The Ultimate Maths Assessment package
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
We are almost at the end of January and are now fully back into the swing of the new term. Half term is coming soon, right?! This January we have seen a huge upsurge in the number of questions being created and shared. Super Users are now working their way through the questions to validate quality, answers and grading, after which they'll be shared with the rest of the community for everyone to use. The A Level module M2 is now in our curriculum and questions are beginning to ...Read more
Here's our brilliant target paper feature. Bespoke papers for individual students based on their areas of weakness
5 hours ago
How many times do you have to split it to break up an a x b sized chocolate bar into 1 x 1 size chunks??!! This question is no picnic
3 days ago
@anam222 Excellent work! It took me longer than it should have!
10 days ago