do you bother with mock exams?

  • 1 vote

they aren't really necessary to me unless if they change the paper to higher to foundation. 

Posted Tue 12th February, 2013 @ 21:20 by san

9 Answers

  • 4 votes

Well Mock exams give the teachers an idea on how you would do in exams also they can put you into different sets to work on certain areas where they think you are struggling. they are necessary to you because then at least you know what you got first time round and could improve it in any way and stuff 

Answered Tue 12th February, 2013 @ 21:30 by sharaan
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yeah cuz den alleast u know wot 2 do to improve next tym ennit

Answered Tue 12th February, 2013 @ 21:33 by XXD!
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yeah i treat is a practice for the real thing also gives you confidence when you do well and lets you know where you need to improve

Answered Tue 12th February, 2013 @ 21:45 by Thegirlwhoknewtoomuch - Team GR
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yep because if something happens  to you (God forbid) like an accident etc, then you will not be able to take your actual exam; instead you will get the grade that you got on your mock.

Answered Thu 14th February, 2013 @ 18:07 by Pixie~Flirt (:
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Yeh, try to treat it like a practise for the real exam and do your best as it will give you more confidence going into the real exam and its a really good way of bringing up areas you need to put further work into:)

Answered Thu 14th February, 2013 @ 21:24 by BeckyXX
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If you do really well in your mocks you know you've got your revision techniques and exam skills sorted. So I try using them to see how I'm doing so far. And they do make up a part of the teachers perception about you, and it's always good to show your teachers you're capable of doing well. 

Answered Mon 18th February, 2013 @ 11:55 by Maz
Edited by Maz on Mon 18th February, 2013 @ 11:55
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Deffo, if you work really hard for the mocks revising for the actual exam will be easy! 

Its always a good learning experience, untimatley the external exam result will count but you can learn from mocks, ways on how you could improve and what you should and shouldnt do :)

Answered Wed 20th February, 2013 @ 20:59 by Ameenah:)
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I never use to, but then i realised that it was preparation for an actual exam. You should seriously revise for them , seeing as they're gonna be used by ur teachers when they're writing your UCAS report thing.

I dont revise as much as i do for actual exams for mocks tho :/


Answered Wed 20th February, 2013 @ 22:36 by Dr. Lemondrops
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I see them as a way to calculate the bare minimum revision required, so no :L

Answered Fri 22nd February, 2013 @ 14:33 by Neon