Pearson Edexcel Mocks Service
Mocks have never been so important – not only to help students understand what to expect and how it will feel when they take their live exams, but to also help teachers identify the gaps to focus on revision and intervention.
PLEASE NOTE: Following the announcement around school and college closures, we're still planning to run our Mocks Service after February half term and can be flexible with dates.
If you’re planning to offer mocks while your students are learning from home, or would like to find out more about how to deliver this, we’ve created new guidance in our FAQs.
Our new Mocks Service will lighten the load, provide consistency of marking across the full cohort and results analysis to support student progression and teacher CPD.
Ease the burden of preparing and marking mock exams.
Senior Pearson examiner-led marking providing consistency of marking across the full cohort.
Item level analysis of students’ performance via ResultsPlus to support planning, revision and intervention.
Analysis across individual schools, colleges and MATs can support the planning of teacher CPD and learning strategies.
What is the Mocks Service?
The Mocks Service provides schools and colleges with the Pearson Edexcel GCSE and A level exam papers* for use in mock examinations. The papers are sat by students and marked by either Pearson examiners or the school teaching staff, with the results and item level analysis being be made available via ResultsPlus.
There will be three levels of service:
- paper-based Pearson-marked for GCSE and A level
- onscreen Pearson-marked (for GCSE only)
- onscreen teacher-marked (for GCSE only).
Our free Access to Scripts service will enable access to students’ mock exam papers to see the answers they’ve written and the marks they have scored for each question.
Take a look at the infographic to read the full details and pricing for each level of service.
Watch our video to see the accessibility features of our new Mocks Service onscreen assessments.
*Locked past papers will be used as part of the new Mocks Service. This means padlocks will remain in place until centres have completed mocks cycles. These papers are still freely available to schools and colleges who have access to EOL.