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Thousands of students are set to sit on-screen mock ‘high stakes’ exams, such as GCSE, Cambridge IGCSE and International AS Level, for the first time starting this week, as Cambridge University Press & Assessment launches major trials in schools.
The digital mock trials for Cambridge IGCSEs in English and International AS Level History, and GCSE Computer Science offered by our UK exam board OCR, will run in weekly sessions until 19 March. Up to 30 UK schools and 35 schools around the world will trial the digital tests.
The on-screen mocks, based on real exam papers, will be marked by Cambridge examiners and results delivered to students within 14 days.
Rod Smith, Group Managing Director for International Education, said: “We are looking into the future, taking steps forward informed by input from teachers, industry and our researchers. We’re building digital-first qualifications around the world, exploring the immense potential for digital exams that can reach beyond the limitations of paper, while offering more flexible and personalised options.”
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