7+ & 8+ MOCK EXAMS

Mock exams have proven to be more effective than just spending the whole time revising.

Our mock exams simulate the actual exam experience for the students to familiarise them with the exam conditions, consolidate knowledge and refine exam techniques before the actual thing.

We provide detailed assessment report of your child, evaluating his performance against the peer group along with providing valuable advice to bridge the gaps.

Give your child the opportunity!





It takes time and practice to perform well under pressure. Every student takes pressure differently. For some, exam pressure drives up the anxiety and sloppy mistakes. For others, pressure helps them to stay focused and perform better. 

Shock in the

We feel it’s better to have the shock in the mock, than in the final exam. It gives an opportunity to devise an action plan targeting specific areas, revisit the revision strategies and develop the skill set needed to perform under pressure. 


Mock exams are not just about the results and the questions they get wrong. It’s about learning to listen to instructions, it’s about timing, it’s about filling in the answer sheets correctly, it’s about managing the nerves and getting those sloppy mistakes out the way. 

Frequently asked questions

What is the difference between Mock Exam A, B, C etc?

It is just the naming convention designed to help you with booking multiple mock exams without the risk of duplication. Every mock exam will make use of different sets of papers to enable your child to attend more than one exam. These papers are different from our practice papers available online.

How many mock exams should my child take?

The number of mock exams your child should sit in is very much dependant on him/her. However, from experience, we know that taking at least two mock exams with a gap of at least two weeks or more is a must. There is always lots to learn from the first mock exam which can be consolidated and practised in the subsequent one.

When is the best time for a mock exam?

The timing of the mock exam is critical. It should not be booked too far ahead of the actual exam as you risk impacting your child's motivation if he is tested on topics that he hasn't learnt properly yet. At the same time it should not be left too late in the day that there is no time to work on the feedback. We recommend booking the first mock exam at least 2 months before the exam date. This will give you a fair idea of how well your child is performing against the competition and will give you more time to address the gaps that have been identified in the feedback report.

What does the feedback report cover? Do you charge extra for it?

All mock exams include a detailed feedback report with no optional extras. The report covers the child's behaviour, ranking and performance against the peer group, the strengths and areas of improvement along with a guide on how to improve the exam technique.

Will I get a copy of the mock paper?

Our mock papers are created after a rigorous testing process so that they are as close to the real exam as possible. These are different to the currently available practise papers. We will send you the copy of the attempted and checked mock paper by post a few days after the mock exam. The feedback report is designed to give you valuable information on your child's weak spots along with the topics your child got wrong or skipped.

Can I make any changes to the mock exam date booked?

We try and accommodate the date change requests, subject to availability. An administration charge of £10 will be charged. You must request any changes at least 7 days prior to the booked session. Please note we do not offer refunds for any cancellation or change request coming within 7 days of the mock exam.

What should my child bring for the mock exam?

Children should bring a pencil case with two sharpened pencils, eraser and a ruler. Water will be available in the exam room but your child is free to bring a small bottle of water and a preferred snack.