Today, Cram Fighter Inc., the industry leader in personalized study plan creation, and Pastest, which provides test prep materials that enable doctors to achieve exam success, announced they have entered into a partnership.
Five edtech companies emerged recently from Boston's LearnLaunch accelerator.
Cram Fighter and McGraw-Hill Education partner to provide benefits to the medical students and residents who use their learning solutions to prepare for the USMLE and COMLEX licensing exams.
Jones & Bartlett Learning and Cram Fighter partner to provide significant benefit to the medical students and residents who use their platforms to prepare for USMLE licensing exams.
[Cengage] spoke with one of the winners, Amit Mathew of Cram Fighter, to learn a bit more about his perspective on the current state of education and technology.
Five startups that aim to solve a wide range of problems in the higher edtech space, helping both universities and students alike, presented their pitches. A panel of judges, which included folks like Cengage’s CTO George Moore and Simmons College School of Management’s Teresa Nelson, scrutinized their companies and picked a winner.
What’s perhaps most interesting about Cram Fighter is that it’s essentially establishing a new product category — and at scale.