College students normally buy or make reviewers for their exams. Some even take classes at review centers for their board exams especially if your course is Engineering, Nursing, Education or Law. But if you already find this very old fashioned or don’t have the budget for it, well there’s an app for you. Zookal is a reviewer app developed by Education-based company Zookal.
Zookal is utilizing mobile technology to help make learning more affordable and accessible to Filipinos, particularly for those without access to resources like review centers, as well as expensive reviewer materials. The app helps increase the chances of underprivileged members of the society to pass entrance exams by allowing them to review for free just by using their smartphones.
“We are very proud to have made an impact in the first two week of launch. We have been overwhelmed with positive feedback from our users and we are working very diligently to make improvements to the product. Buying books and going to reviewer centers are not feasible for every single family, so if we can help some families access resources that were previously unavailable to them, then we will strive to do so on as big a scale as possible,” said Jon Tse, Co-Founder, Zookal.
“With the app, we hope to contribute towards attaining the global development goals in education particularly in the Philippines, and increase the chances of Filipinos who cannot afford reviewer services to pass entrance exams and other tests that would help improve their lives for the long term,” added Tse.
The app contains a database of over 20,000 practice multiple-choice questions designed for various entrance tests for schools, colleges, and universities like the UPCAT; the National Achievement Test, as well as licensure examinations for professionals, and those wanting to work in government.
The Zookal reviewer app is now available at Google Play Store for Android devices and Apple App Store for iOS devices. To know more visit Zookal’s website.