Past papers from top exams boards | Righttolearn
We use past papers to monitor student progress and mark them as harshly as possible to ensure students know what level they are at. We will usually give a student a past paper on their first trial session Much of our tuition is done around past paper questions for any age group. Past papers mean a lot to us. We understand that in order to achieve the best exam results, students must be able to do well in past papers. We use past papers, to assess what level students are working at.
Past papers are an integral part of how we like to prepare our students for their examinations.
Past papers help us to tutor by allowing us to track students progress and plan lessons accordingly if students aren't doing so well.
Not only are past papers a highly informative way to test a student's ability, but it also helps parents to see how effective the tuition lessons are.
Past papers are used on a monthly basis to track progress, we understand it's a fine line between giving no past past papers and giving out too many.
The whole idea of past papers being used in a tuition lesson is that we can teach students useful methods to answer hard questions, meaning better results in their examinations.