Free videos, exercises, tests for math, science and more.
Published by: Khan Academy
Genres: Education & Tutorials
Release Date: July 27, 2020
Late Update: July 27, 2020
With Khan Academy learning app you can study math, science and more at your own pace, anytime, and completely free. >> Build strong conceptual understanding - Over 10,000 videos and explanations, with our math and science content mapped to NCERT/CBSE syllabus. - Learn math (arithmetic, pre-algebra, algebra, geometry, trigonometry, statistics, calculus, linear algebra), science (biology, chemistry, physics), economics, and more. - Build a strong foundation for your boards, CAT, GMAT, IIT-JEE and other exams. >> Study for exams with quizzes and unit tests - Over 40,000 interactive practice questions are included with instant feedback and step-by-step hints. Follow along with what you’re learning in school or practice at your own pace - Practice our quizzes and whole chapter tests (unit test) in math from classes 6-12 for NCERT/CBSE syllabus. - With each quiz and unit test you get personalized recommendations on exercises to focus on, related videos, and step by step hints. >> Do your homework on the app - For the first time ever, teachers can now assign homework in the form of videos, articles, and exercises across a range of subjects and grades. They can make these assignments to an entire class or to specific students. Students would be able to see and complete these assignments on the Khan Academy app. >> Keep learning even when you’re offline - Bookmark your favorite content to “Your List” for easy access, and download it to keep learning even when you’re not connected to the internet. >> Earn energy points and badges - Energy points measure effort on Khan Academy. Learners earn more energy points for pushing the edge of their knowledge. - Your learning syncs between your mobile app and web (khanacademy.org), so your progress is always up-to-date. Over 60 million students, from around the world, learn on Khan Academy. The same resource that 60% of students at places like Harvard and Stanford have said had a meaningful impact on their lives. Khan Academy is supported by global visionaries who are also part of its advisory board, including Bill Gates, Eric Schmidt and Ratan Tata. Head over to www.khanacademy.org to learn more about us. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram @khanacademy to get handy study-tips!