Snapask helps students catch up with learning, homework and exams
The 5th wave of the pandemic has led to an early summer break in March for local schools this year. This unexpected holiday may render candidates preparing for the HKDSE examination this April at a loss. To enable primary and secondary students to catch up with time for home-based self-studies, Cyberport incubatee programme alumnus and one-on-one digital learning platform, Snapask, has released additional free online learning materials, such as Chinese and English language high school intensive tutorial classes. With a quota of 30,000 online consultations, students can raise questions to qualified tutors, who are always ready online to offer immediate assistance whenever students encounter challenges in their studies.
The free online learning resources released by Snapask cover all papers for HKDSE Chinese and English subjects, and are tailor-made for high school students to grasp a final chance to prepare for the HKDSE this April!
Through an online learning platform, Cyberport incubatee programme alumnus, Snapask, is indeed breaking the limits of space to help students catch up with their studies. To learn more about Snapask, visit: https://bit.ly/3LRMvOf
Snapask connects over three million learners with more than 350,000 tutors, offering on-demand one-on-one academic support to them 24/7. The learning platform is further enhanced by a collection of teaching videos, designed to make online learning fun and interesting, and motivate learners to ‘ask and learn’. Recently the online tutoring platform has raised US$35 million in Series B funding, which will be injected into its Southeast Asia market.