Studycopter is the world's first online + mobile-capable adaptive learning platform that enables students to ace exams such as the GMAT, IBPS SO, IBPS Clerk, and more.
Our Smart learning engine continually analyzes your performance, compares it with your peers, and constructs an appropriate learning path for you. So you know what how you have been doing and you need to prepare on to maximize your test performance.
By focusing on areas that you need to improve on and not wasting inordinate time on concepts that are not critical, you score well in tour exam and move ahead in life.
Studycopter has all you need to ace an exam: Top-notch study material from global experts, thousands of practice questions, analytics to keep you on track, multiple full-length mock tests, social learning, and much more
Studycopter also combines the best of both Self-Studying and Classroom Coaching. Our Private Tutors work closely with you on exam preparation-strategy, explaining tricky concepts, solving difficult questions, and more.
We are so confident about Studycopter's awesomeness that you can try out Studycopter for free, with unlimited access for 7 days! After you're satisfied with Studycopter's effectiveness, come back and extend your course's duration. If you don't like what you see, you don't have pay anything-as simple as that
Adi is the Founder and Chief Awesomeness Officer at Studycopter.
One muggy summer morning, Adi woke up and felt the gnarling need to make education, in particular test-prep, easier and more effective. (Really, it was that serendipitous). Of course, being part of and having received funding from the Batten Incubator did certainly help him to convert a random thought into an actual business.
Prior to that fortuitous morning, Adi had taken, and sometimes aced, countless tests, worked with multiple technology companies, and with the World Bank Bank on tech-enabled educational initiatives, giving him the raison d’etre and tools to launch Studycopter.
Adi has an MBA from the Darden School of Business at the University of Virginia, where he worked with the core team that piloted Kindle reading devices in higher-ed institutes in the US. He is also a recipient of the UW-Madison Leadership Award, Carole J. Foster Award, and Eugene Hotaling Memorial Scholarship from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, from where he graduated magna cum laude with a B.S. in Electrical Engineering.
Adi has worked as a product engineer, operations guy, consultant, and sales manager in his pre-Studycopter life. Adi is part of the 2013 cohort of the Startup Leadership Program-New Delhi Chapter and is a member of Founders Circle-TiE, New Delhi.