How to submit your final mock
Your final mock exam is your chance to mimic real exam conditions. For that reason, it doesn't have to be completed online.
There are 3 options for submitting.
For all options ensure you have...
1. completed the whole course before the mock folder, including the black folders.
2. submitted the end of year exam and practical tests for good exam technique tips.
OPTION 1 - Download, print, make a pdf, upload
1. Download papers from the mock folder (double scientists only need paper 1 from each science).
3. Complete under exam conditions. If you have extra time / computer access etc replicate this.
4. Take photos of each page and collate into a pdf. Instructions on how to make a pdf can be found here.
5. Upload the pdf in the mock folder. Students who complete partially on the mock and computer can upload two files.
PLEASE ENSURE THE EXAM IS READABLE AND IN THE CORRECT ORDER / UPRIGHT. IF YOU CAN'T READ IT WE CAN'T READ IT. I'm sorry but we will be very vigilant with this as we do not have time, at our current prices, to spend half a day on one document. Please help us to help you.
OPTION 2 - Complete online
This is be available over the next week. It will be in the same format as your end of year exam and practical tests. This is beneficial if you cannot make a pdf or are running out of time.
You don't need to make a pdf, but do need to take photos of any diagrams, tables or graphs and upload.
1. Have a pen, pencil, ruler, eraser, calculator, graph paper and lined paper available.
2. Go to the mock folder on your dashboard.
3. Scroll down to 'Paper 1 online'.
4. Open and answer questions in the boxes provided. Complete under exam conditions setting your own timer according to your personal exam time.
THERE WILL BE TIMES YOU MAY HAVE TO ADAPT TO ANSWER ONLINE. YOUR TUTOR WILL PUZZLE OUT WHAT YOU MEAN. IF THIS CAUSES CONCERN CONTACT US AND WE CAN OFFER ADVICE. THE EXAM WILL REMAIN OPEN FOR YOU TO EDIT UNTIL THE DEADLINE.
--> Complete tables, diagrams and graphs on paper during the exam. There will be time to take photos of these and upload them in the question box after.
--> You must still add workings for maths questions. Don't worry how these are presented. Your tutor will work this out. However, it's standard practice on computers to use the symbols + - x / (for divide) and ^2 ^3 (for squared and cubed).
OPTION 3 - POST
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