uLesson is a very promising educational platform for learning subjects such as Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, and Biology for now. One of the unique features of the product is that it’s deeply immersive and localized at the same time for Africans. Plus, you can learn offline without having to worry about internet subscription.
What is uLesson?
After months of teasing the uLesson App, the team behind the product finally announced the launch a few weeks ago. For those of you that don’t know, uLesson was founded by Konga’s ex CEO, Sim Shagaya. Wait… What are we discussing? I think I skipped… right, What is uLesson? uLesson is a very sleek educational product designed for anyone who would like to excel in Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry & Biology for Senior Secondary 1-3 and it helps in preparation for WAEC, JAMB and NECO exams.
Is uLesson Free?
Yes and No. I have been able to access some courses and features on the uLesson App for free. The courses are mainly videos that are really detailed. You see everything being taught on screen. You see your teacher as well. If you are looking to homeschool your kids with it or combine it with their school curriculum then I would advise you to subscribe for One Term from ₦5,000 or One Academic Year (Three Terms) for ₦24,500
and get access to all video lessons covering Senior Secondary 1-3 and much more.
How do I Contact uLesson?
Simply visit the support page by clicking here
There are a bunch of emails and WhatsApp contact here too
How to Download uLesson App for Free
You can install the Android app on your Android Phone by clicking here
or you can visit their website by clicking here to get the complete uLesson bundle delivered to your school or country. I’m talking free delivery in Nigeria, Ghana, Sierra Leone, Liberia & Gambia!
Who is uLesson for?
uLesson is for everyone. I mean, I use the free version at the moment and I am begging for language courses on the platform as well. Please help me retweet!
Installed uLesson App a few days back and I love it!
A quick suggestion: Please teach other languages as well through uLesson (indigenous languages and languages of countries that border Nigeria – teach French) Youths (like me) will pay to learn… Thanks xD
— Magnus Okeke (@IamMagnus1) March 6, 2020
Have you experienced the uLesson App? What are your thoughts? Please leave them below!