Today, ExamPal announces its launch of a course to help prepare students for the GRE. Educators, trainers, data scientists, and interactive programmers came together to create ExamPal. The service aims to prepare students for the GMAT and GRE, serving more than 35,000 students in 156 countries.
According to Uwire, the course uses “crowd wisdom and machine learning.” ExamPal’s algorithm identifies what has been statistically proven to be the best way to solve each question on standardized tests, and develops a personalized prep course for each student. The latest in its pioneering test prep courses, Exampal’s GRE prep platform draws on each student’s unique way of thinking and learning to identify the best way for each student to master the GRE.
CEO and co-founder Oren Jackman explains how the course works: “Through the power of AI, each student prepares for the GRE in an entirely personalized way. ExamPal improves a student’s cognitive flexibility, finding the fastest tool to solve each question. ExamPal guarantees success. A student using the GRE prep platform can increase his/her GRE score by at least seven points.”
Rather than just using data about the test, it also takes the student into consideration, which is unlike any other product on the market. “ExamPal has been recognized for its break-through learning technology,” CEO Jackman describes. “By studying the way each user thinks, and studying all solution approaches used by dozens of thousands of students from 156 countries, ExamPal provides each student with proven, tailor-made prep sessions, based on his or her personal way of thinking. The result is higher scores, faster.”
Students can start by signing up for a free trial on ExamPal’s website.
This is an original report from UWire.
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