The Ultimate Test Creation & Assessment Package
Maths: Primary, KS3/GCSE & A Level
Create a Test is a new solution for tackling assessment for the creation and formative use of Mathematics assessment papers for students aged 5 to 18.
This web application allows users to easily create bespoke Maths test papers in an environment created by teachers, for teachers.
Create a Test has been developed for both Maths Tutors and Tutoring firms.
This web application allows users to easily create bespoke Maths test papers, assessment papers making Create a Test the ideal partner for all Mathematics Tutors.
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Susan is just your average (actually fantastic) school teacher and wants the best products available to help her students' make as much progress as possible, while saving herself time.
Overall, this is a fantastic tool that seems to get better and better. We have now decided to create all of our assessments at KS3 and GCSE using Create A Test. I absolutely recommend it!— MathedUp!
As Key Stage 3 Coordinator I’ve been using site to create our end of term tests. We had been using Word documents so it has been great to have all our test papers in one place where we can edit them easily.— Ms Kingsley, Birmingham
You may have noticed that we’re a little late to the party with this one. February probably already feels like a distant memory to some of you. We’ve been super busy though here at CAT HQ, working on our next phase of major updates. Upcoming Changes We’re pleased to report that the dashboard page is next in line for a major overhaul and will be launching in the coming weeks. Watch this space for other updates too, including yet more assessment features and the introductio...Read more
6 days ago
This is the best maths song ever! https://t.co/1rnbZMOybR
7 days ago
Farmer: Why do we have 40 sheep? I'm sure we had 36 earlier. Sheepdog: I rounded them up!
18 days ago
Can you solve it? The incredible sponge puzzle https://t.co/8JTIIDZYCF
19 days ago
@DavidDidau Maybe. Where do you stand on knowledge organisers and multiple choice tests/testing purely for knowledge?