Entwik has released JEE Monk App which helps JEE aspirants prepare for JEE 2020 with 12 Years of JEE Mains Solved Papers

Varanasi, India - A career in engineering is one of the most prestigious in our modern, quickly evolving world and especially in country like India which produces some of best engineers every year however, the engineering entrance exams like JEE mains and advance have always been a very tough competition. One way of helping yourself to get ahead is to study JEE Mains solved papers from previous years. This allows you to get valuable practise and improve your knowledge and exam skills.

To help JEE aspirants prepare for JEE Mains 2020 and in future, Entwik (a startup by BHU students) have launched a fantastic app JEE Monk which helps you to study JEE Mains sample papers from the last 12 years.  Studying the JEE Mains 2019 question papers with solutions will give you a clear idea of the exam that you will take in JEE Mains 2020 and in future as well. Although the questions won’t be identical, their format and structure will be similar enough to really help you progress with your studies.

The JEE Mains 2019 test papers come with solutions so you can check your work once you’re finished.  It’s also a good idea to stick to the correct time limits for the exams so you can practise your exam timing.  Similarly, JEE aspirants can try taking the other previous year solved papers such as JEE Mains 2018 question paper for example and then do self-assessment on how well they’ve done.

The JEE Monk app has a great User Interface and allows you to access a huge collection of past JEE mains test papers.  There are also JEE Mains test paper pdf documents so you can download your JEE Mains papers to work on later. Using the JEE Monk app will really help you master the skills and knowledge necessary to ensure you get the best results when you take your exams.

Check out details of App:

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.entwik.JEEmain_solvedpapers

Media Contact: 

Nitish Goyal

Entwik, 98, C.V.Raman, IIT BHU, Varanasi, 221005

team@entwik.com

https://www.entwik.com/

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