A mock exam, also known as a practice exam, is designed to simulate the experience of a real exam as closely as possible. Typically, our mock exams have a similar format and structure to the real exam, including:
- The same types of questions and question format
- The same time constraints and duration as the real exam
- Similar or the same level of difficulty as the real exam
- Similar or the same environment and conditions as the real exam
- Similar or the same marking scheme and grading system as the real exam
It’s important to note that mock exams should be taken seriously. Students should treat them as they would the real exam and follow the instructions and guidelines provided. Additionally, it’s recommended to review the results and take the feedback provided by the mock exam seriously, as it’s an opportunity to identify areas of improvement, and work on them before the real exam.