San Francisco,California (PRWEB) April 17, 2012
Students in India who are preparing for their sixth, seventh or twelfth grade Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) exams now have a new, effective and challenging way to get ready. As the only testing protocol for scholars that is endorsed by the Indian government, CBSE tests are important academic milestones.
TellyQuiz.com, a rapidly growing online education gaming portal, now offers a series of timed quizzes in direct support of the CBSE syllabus with test questions in Math, Social Studies, English and Sciences for sixth and seventh graders. For students in grade 12, the more extensive CBSE test papers include Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Economics, Political Science, Philosophy, Geography and more.
Because students’ CBSE scores reflect their personal academic progress as well as the educational success of each particular school, school administrators and teachers alike have a stake in seeing their students do well. One excellent strategy for improving scores is to encourage pupil participation in TellyQuiz. It is a completely free educational portal that challenges students to log on, meet with their peers and see whose CBSE knowledge is most complete. Testing knowledge, thinking quickly and competing with friends are all a part of the TellyQuiz recipe for success.
While students wait for their chosen quizzes to load, they can glean positive reinforcement from the inspirational quotes that stream across the screen. Once the quiz begins, they have a specific time period in which to answer multiple choice questions that reflect current CBSE test topics.
In addition, TellyQuiz offers practice tests that prepare scholars for the GRE, SAT, and MSAT in a friendly education gaming environment where challenge is synonymous with fun. Whether preparing for CBSE test papers, a high school diploma, or college entrance exams, TellyQuiz adds the inspiration of friendly competition and comradery into the mix, making exam preparations a pleasure instead of a chore.
Gauthaman Thangaraju, a New Jersey software designer who originally hails from India, developed TellyQuiz as a labor of love. He envisions TellyQuiz as an extra-curricular, interactive site where kids can build skills and character while having fun.
A student who studies solo after school can memorize knowledge, but when two or more students engage in the TellyQuiz competitive gaming environment, their knowledge and testing skills soar. The thrill of the contest puts a keen edge on their thirst for knowledge, especially when they have the chance to best their friends.
With a full menu of test readiness quizzes from CBSE to college entrance exams, TellyQuiz.com ensures that students stay at the top of their games. The positive interactions they experience provide a basis for lifelong achievement.