Pakistani startup Out-Class is the alternative to tuition centres

Students get access to 13 courses that are designed using the latest neuroscience research

Tech Desk April 05, 2021

Out-Class, an EdTech platform is changing the teaching game by offering Pakistani students high-quality education from the comfort of their homes and according to their schedules.

The EdTech platform was founded in 2020 by LUMS graduate Aiman Bashir, Harvard Business School graduate Oosman Bashir and Harvard University graduate Ali Nomani.

The trio quit their high-paying jobs and joined forces to bring an alternative to tuition academies for Pakistani youth.

Special education app launched

An Out-Class Crash Course covers the entire O Level and SAT syllabus with an explanation of key concepts, access to solved past papers, and exam tips by top-of-the-line faculty from the best schools and IvyLeague &OxBridge universities.

 The start-up promises xourses and instruction by experts who have demonstrated years of excellent results. The instructors are handpicked from the top institutions in Pakistan such as Aitchison College, Lahore and Karachi Grammar School and universities across the globe such as Harvard, Oxford, MIT, and Yale.

Students get access to 13 courses that are designed using the latest neuroscience research, more than 1000 quizzes for concept revision, and live teacher sessions before the final exams to answer your questions.

Access gaps creating education disparity

In the future, Out-class plans to offer diagnostic testing for students to evaluate their strengths, offer college admission guidance and coding courses in regional languages.

With a one-time payment, students will get full-year access to the platform and the best part is that you get to decide your own schedule.

Payment can be collected from your doorstep, bank transfer, or through credit/debit card.


Laeeq | 3 years ago | Reply

Can t beat khan academy

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