Going back to my childhood, I happened to be an inquisitive and curious kid at School. The practical experiments and the theories behind physics intrigued me by virtue of which I wanted to specialize in engineering. It wasn’t going to be easy and I knew it would involve a lot of creativity and diligence.
As excited as I was about pursuing what I love, the first year of college was disappointing in bits and pieces. Experiments were supposed to be the fun part of engineering but the practical sessions remained a few. The bulky books and the eye scrunching text hadn’t left any room for visualization but it left me popping Saridons.
After having gained as much as we could from our teachers and the libraries with bulky books, the next or rather the only hope was the Internet. With a million websites and a vast amount of information, not only was it beyond our capabilities to gather required notes from the internet but it also seemed way ahead of our syllabus.
Just while we were going to give up on studies and catch a movie instead of attending exams the week after, our college told us something, a collaboration with MTutor. Although I didn’t believe much in MTutor in the beginning, I decided to give it one last shot.
To my surprise, the website had all the topics related to our course covered. Concepts were broken down into understandable segments which were explained in an attractive format aided by animation. It helped us visualize and understand the concept better without having to memorize the words that our textbooks carried. These videos are immensely engaging and apt to our syllabus. What’s even better is the fact that I can reach out to any of these online tutors who are easily accessible to answer any of our questions. The fact that we can always go back to these videos and view them over again makes it all the more easy. Going back to being my inquisitive self, I had written to MTutor a number of times regarding doubts on a subject. The response was quick and helpful. They also made videos based on my request and a few requests from my classmates.
MTutor is a good learning tool for all Engineers and has become my most important asset to learning.
- Ayush Nair, 2nd Year Mechanical - APJ Abdul Kalam Technological University