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Create high-quality, customised test papers and homework activities using past papers to help you measure your learners' progress.
Test Maker allows you to choose questions from hundreds of Cambridge past papers to design your own tests that are customised to your learners’ needs. Use them to help measure your learners' progress and identify their strengths and weaknesses. This will help guide your teaching to meet their learning needs.
You could design a test for your class to give you an idea of their level of understanding as you return to school. Design a quick quiz, or produce your own test paper, or even choose questions for homework activities. You can then continue to do this over the course of the school year to see how knowledge develops and progresses. This can help you provide evidence of learning to your students, their parents, and school leaders.
You can search for questions by topic to test specific areas of syllabus content, by the assessment objective they test or depending on the level of difficulty. Test Maker will produce a customised mark scheme for each test you build.
Test Maker is available for our most popular Cambridge IGCSE™ subjects, Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics, Additional Mathematics and Physics.
We are offering access to Test Maker, normally available by subscription only, to Cambridge International schools free of charge until 31 December 2020.
To find out more about Test Maker, watch our video.
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Administer past papers to check your learners' understanding, identify areas for development and measure their progress over time.
Discover interactive quizzes that have been designed to help identify learners’ understanding of a syllabus and help guide your teaching.