A mock exam service to prepare students for their Pearson Edexcel GCSE examinations. Students take mock exams on screen in their chosen subject, and these are marked by Pearson Edexcel examiners; results are then made available online via the Pearson Revise platform with marks for each question to help identify gaps in knowledge and an overall indicative grade*.
The window for sitting mock exams is September 27th, 2022, to July 22nd, 2023, for the next academic year. Once you’ve bought your mock exam in your chosen subject, you can sit it at any time in this period.
We’ve worked extensively to keep the onscreen mock examination experience as close as possible to that of the paper-based test, but there are some questions where the experience may be different between students who take the examination onscreen and those who do so on paper. Whilst the skills needed may be different between the two modes of delivery, the knowledge and understanding of the concepts required to successfully complete these questions will remain the same.
Yes, depending on your results for each paper, you will be given an overall indicative grade. Please note that this grade is not an indication or a guarantee of the grade you will receive in a high stakes exam.
We’ll provide the results for each paper within 7 days of submitting it. Your final indicative grade will be given once you have completed all the papers for that qualification. If you do not receive a grade through your dashboard, please contact us immediately so that we can check that the paper has gone through properly. Please note, you can sit and submit papers over the Christmas period (17th December to 2nd January) but the 7-day marking period will restart from the 3rd of January.
We recommend either a desktop computer or a laptop computer, with a mouse and keyboard. The onscreen papers cannot be completed on a mobile phone or tablet. Before starting your mock exam, please make sure your device is fully updated with the latest software.
To be able to run our English onscreen assessments, the minimum speed required is 1mb/s.
The test is preloaded once you login, responses are saved to our database and encrypted to your machine. If the power goes off or the internet goes down, you can log back in and resume from where you stopped and then submit your completed paper when internet connection resumes.