Are you a GCSE student looking for a way to prepare for your exams? Or perhaps you know someone who is? Look no further than the weekly GCSE mock simulation on Edumentors!
This free opportunity allows GCSE students to take a mock exam and receive feedback from supervisors. All you need to do is fill out a form with your information and the week you’d like to write the mock. Edumentors’ team members will contact you to confirm the details, and then you’ll receive the question papers one hour before the test. Fifteen minutes before the test starts, you’ll be sent an invitation to the Zoom meeting where you’ll be supervised and have a timer set up.
Who can participate?
The GCSE mock simulation is open to all GCSE students who are interested in taking a practice exam and receiving feedback on their performance. This includes students who are currently enrolled in school, as well as those who are studying independently.
This mock simulation is also completely free of charge, so all students can participate without worrying about any costs associated with exam preparation.
We encourage students to invite their friends to participate as well, as this can help create a supportive and collaborative environment for practicing and preparing for the real GCSE exams.
So, if you’re a GCSE student looking for a way to improve your exam skills and receive feedback on your performance, the mock simulation is a great opportunity for you. Fill out the form and join us for our weekly mock simulations!
The GCSE mock simulation is designed to simulate a real exam experience as closely as possible. This means that students will receive the question papers one hour before the test and will be required to complete the exam within a set timeframe.
One of the key differences between our mock simulation and a real exam is that the papers must be typed instead of handwritten. This is to ensure that the papers can be easily shared and graded by the team. However, this also means that students will need to have access to a computer or tablet during the exam.
During the test, students will be supervised by the Edumentors’ team on a Zoom call. The supervisors will explain the rules of the test and provide support throughout the exam. A timer will also be set up to ensure that all students complete the exam within the set timeframe.
After the exam, some random students’ papers will be graded, and they will receive feedback on their performance. This feedback can be used to identify areas of strength and weakness and to make improvements before the real GCSE exams.
Benefits of participating
There are many benefits to participating in the GCSE mock simulation. Here are a few reasons why you should consider signing up:
The mock simulation provides students with an opportunity to practice their exam skills in a realistic setting. This can help students to become more comfortable with the exam format and to identify any areas of weakness that they need to work on before the real exams.
One of the biggest advantages of participating in the mock simulation is the feedback that students receive on their performance. The team of expert tutors from top UK universities grade some random students’ papers and provides detailed feedback on strengths and areas that require improvement. This feedback can be invaluable in helping students to refine their exam technique and perform better on real exams.
The mock simulation helps students to develop their time management skills, as they will need to complete the exam within a set timeframe. This can be particularly useful for students who struggle with time management and need to improve their efficiency in order to perform well on real GCSE exams.
By inviting their friends to participate, students can create a supportive and collaborative environment for practicing and preparing for the real GCSE exams. This can help to reduce the stress and pressure associated with exam preparation and make the process more enjoyable and engaging.
To Sum Up
The GCSE mock simulation is a fantastic opportunity for students to practice their exam skills, receive feedback, and prepare for real exams. By participating in these weekly mock simulations, students can improve their performance, build their confidence, and reduce the stress and pressure associated with exam preparation.
To sign up for the GCSE mock simulation, please fill out the Typeform with all the relevant details. This includes your subject, tier, paper number, and exam board. It’s important to fill out all the details to ensure that examiners can provide you with the correct exam papers and grading.
We look forward to seeing you at the next mock simulation and helping you to achieve your best possible results on the GCSE exams. Good luck!