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Exam Content

English and maths papers in multiple choice format.

Difficulty Level

Three

These papers will be pitched at a slightly higher difficulty level than the real exam, with a few questions designed to really challenge your child. Having sat a ‘Level Three’ mock, your child will be extremely well prepared for the real exam, which is likely to be easier than this.

Time & Date

Sun 3rd September
10am – 12.30pm

Venue

Grey Court School Sports Ground
Sandy Lane
Richmond
TW10 7HN
 
Please note the entrance to the venue is via the back of the school on Sandy Lane.

£75.00

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      Exam Difficulty Levels Explained

      At Examberry, we realise that it may take your child a while to get used to sitting an exam in real test conditions. It is completely normal for your child to feel overwhelmed the first time they sit in an exam hall. If children do not perform as well as they hope in the first mock exam they sit, they should not be disheartened; we believe that they should be given another chance to learn and to improve.

      We manage this learning process by offering three different difficulty levels:

      One

      Most of the questions in these papers will be pitched at the expected difficulty level of the real exam, with a few easier questions since these mocks take place several months before the real thing.

      Two

      These papers will be pitched at the expected difficulty level of the real exam, with a few slightly harder questions than the ‘Level One’ paper.

      Three

      These papers will be pitched at a slightly higher difficulty level than the real exam, with a few questions designed to really challenge your child. Having sat a ‘Level Three’ mock, your child will be extremely well prepared for the real exam, which is likely to be easier than this.

      What does my child gain from the ‘Level One, Level Two, Level Three’ system?

      • The chance to get used to working in exam conditions before sitting the more challenging exams.
      • The chance to learn from each exam and steadily improve. In our analysis of your child’s performance, we will identify the areas they found challenging so that they can work on these before sitting another mock.
      • Gradual improvement in exam technique.
      • Steady growth in confidence.