Whiz-kids develop exam revision website

HARARE - Zimbabweans Walter Chipangura and Mandla Lukaka have designed a Grade 7, “O” and “A” level revision website.

The website offers a host of latest and most frequently asked exam questions among other things.

Dubbed Brainstorm, the website was created as a means of filling the gap for set books.

Chipangura said, “We realised there was a problem in schools. Only a few students had a full set of books because these are expensive. That is when the idea came up to develop software that would provide most books for revision.”

Learning material on the site include Cambridge “O” and “A” Level content, Zimsec and Matric from South Africa.

Comments (8)

What's the address?

essjay - 11 October 2013

zvino nhai zvabatsireyi kana kuti urikutiudzireyi when you do not provide a link or an address to the site

tatonga - 11 October 2013

stupid reporting where is the website

GudoMusango - 11 October 2013

www.brainstorm.co.zw

professor - 11 October 2013

Quite a good thing, checked the website. Then you start to think how much talent do we have in our country. If Zanu had not destroyed this great nation. We will be far developed by now. Cry my beloved Zimbabwe

Hurber - 11 October 2013

They design an empty webpage to impress their maid matuzvi!!!

bhora Musango - 11 October 2013

surely these reporter are paid to write such a story. did they verify if it was operational. i do not see anything special with that template

george - 12 October 2013

Rubbish.This is someone trying to create buzz that whizz kids designed a website.OK these kids how would are they for the to know the full syllabus of A level subjects ? Give us a break.The idea is good but that its kids its a GREEN LIE.

Oscar Wa Runa - 13 October 2013

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