Blending cybernetics and principles of the gurukul system of education, a new software claims to help an average student crack exams without burning the midnight oil.
Named ‘CLEARS,’ acronym for Computerised Learning, Evaluation and Review System, the software has been developed by New York-based multinational, Learning Accord (LA).
The software has two versions: one for the Medical College Admission Test (MCAT) for students in the US and Canada and another for Indians taking the board exam.
The software evaluates the student’s lack of subject-wise knowledge and its remedial teaching technologies and provides optimal learning from a huge knowledge bank compiled by 60 full-time professors.
‘Filter Mode’, a special tool, identifies the student’s remembering and forgetting patterns. It has 60,000 multiple-choice questions. Based on ‘C’ language and Java, it uses artificial intelligence and fuzzy logic for its logic portion.