The Studycopter app works seamlessly with the Studycopter website over the cloud and is a smarter way for students to get their best possible score in the GMAT exam.
Adi Jain, Studycopter's CEO says, "Today marks a very important step in our journey to embower students to get their best possible score on the GMAT exam. With the Android app, students can study whenever they want, wherever they want and make use of free time that they normally wouldn't use to study."
The Studycopter Android app is the first app to be launched globally that uses an adaptive learning system on a mobile device and lets you practice questions, review study material, take notes, and bookmark your favorite topics on all your Android devices. The best part is that your progress-scores, notes, bookmarks etc.-always stay synced across any number of devices that you may own. So you could start your prep on your laptop at the breakfast table-continue studying on your phone on ride to work-and analyze your performance during lunch break (or a boring meeting!) at your office tablet
The Android app is available for free for all existing Studycopter subscribers with their GMAT prep courses. For new users, the app (and the website) are free to use and try for 7 days!
The Android app contains the familiar adaptive learning engine that is favorite of Studycopter's website-uawea. Its powerful recommendation engine continually analyzes user performance and provides feedback to users to turbocharge their GMAT prep.
The app contains over 40 practice exercises, 1000s of questions and hundreds of pages of Study Material.
Studycopter will be launching multiple new courses for other competitive exams in the next few months.
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