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A new website has been launched which will help teachers and students prepare for GCSE maths exams.
GCSE students are often fazed when sitting examinations for the first time but www.createatest.co.uk provides an opportunity for them to practice their skills on maths test papers which look and feel like the real thing.
Create A Test can be used to help pupils improve their mathematics skills all the way through secondary school and fully prepare them for their GCSE exams. Students can track their progress online and also have access to other help including videos and sample solutions.
The website has a unique bank of exam style questions and you can download unlimited numbers of maths test papers. The questions are regenerated using precise algorithms so each test is completely unique.
The papers look professional with a front page, formulae sheet, questions and answers and can be created very quickly. They can be customised for each student and questions get progressively harder as their performance improves.
Create A Test offers three levels of membership:
• Schools and education establishments can use the site for just £250 per year. Features include the multiple use of created maths test papers and the ability for pupils to access practice papers online.
• Individual and mature students can use the site for £2.50 per month for self-assessment. They can build the questions around their profile to make maths revision easier and the tests can be adapted over time as their performance improves, becoming progressively harder. They can track their progress and receive constructive feedback on their results along with other help to improve their performance.
• Parent and tutors can use the website for £4.00 per month. Features include the ability to track students’ progress and create multiple accounts for more than one student. Tutors can generate papers tailor-made for their students and monitor their progress online.
For more information about the website, visit www.createatest.co.uk or contact email@example.com