Services Mocks Service

Here you’ll find our guidance to support you from creating your Mocks Service account, finding your mocks booking window and submitting your student entries, to receiving your results in ResultsPlus and our post-mocks results support.  

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We also provide additional guidance in our Mocks Service FAQs.

To use the Pearson Edexcel Mocks Service and submit student entries first you need to create an account. Let us know by completing our intention to offer form.

If you are an approved Pearson Edexcel centre, and we can meet your requirements, as soon as you have completed our form you'll receive an email from noreply@pearson.com asking you to register so you can then set up your Mocks Service account and make your entries. 

We have a dedicated web page with the Mocks Service Terms and conditions.   

Read the Mocks Service Ts&Cs 

Please take a look at the Mocks Service booking window to see the entry date deadlines and which exam papers will be available for each mock window. 
 
We are unable to accept any student entries after the booking deadline closes.

Mocks Service booking window

The link to the Mocks Service booking platform will be in your registration email.  
 
Please refer to our step-by-step Mock Entry Guidance to walk you through the process. Also, for extra help, take a look at ‘Making and amending entries’ in our Mocks Service FAQs. 

Download your Mocks Entry Guidance. 

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You can continue to offer onscreen or paper-based mocks to your students even if they are working from home.  

Although the mock will not be taken under the same exam conditions, the benefits of the mock experience and the information that the mock service provides on student performance can still be achieved in a home setting.

There are lots of ways that you could arrange for mocks to be taken at home. For guidance on invigilating onscreen mocks please see the Mocks Service onscreen assessment web page.

For paper-based mocks at home, one suggestion could be:

  1. Give clear date and time for mock exam to take place.
  2. Post the exam scripts to your students in a clearly sealed envelope to arrive in time before the exam.
  3. Invigilate the exam remotely by asking your students to have both their screen and sound on. Mocks exams could also be invigilated by parents at home. Invigilation of mocks is subject to individual school or college discretion. 
  4. Ask the students to open the envelope with their exam paper in it in full view of the invigilator. Invigilator can then turn their own mute on but observe the students throughout the exam.
  5. Students should post/deliver the exam script back to the school in a postage-paid envelope provided. Or where they have access to laptop or PC, they can share a document file immediately at the end of the exam.

Schools must post completed mock exam papers back to Pearson for the full mock cohort. 

Students must not send their mock papers to us directly, or individually. 

Once you have received your students’ mock papers, please send them clearly labelled to:

FAO Pearson Mocks Service  
Fretwell Road  
Hellaby Industrial Estate  
Hellaby  
South Yorkshire  
S66 8HN

Download our Guidance for the Paper-based Mocks Service.

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It’s straightforward to get our systems up and running in centres for candidates to take our Mock onscreen assessments. Please see the technical requirements for onscreen mocks delivery along with other useful information on our Mocks Service onscreen assessment web pages.

Onscreen assessments

Scripts should be returned to us, clearly labelled at the address below:

FAO Pearson Mocks Service 
Fretwell Road 
Hellaby Industrial Estate 
Hellaby 
South Yorkshire 
S66 8HN

Download our Guidance for the Paper-based Mocks Service.

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ResultsPlus is Pearson’s results data analysis tool where we'll upload your students' results from the Mocks Service mock exams.

ResultsPlus provides detailed analysis of your learner’s performance and allows you to:

  • identify potential topics, skills and types of question where students may need to develop their learning further.
  • see actual scores for each exam question for a student, class or group.
  • understand how your students’ performance compares with class and Edexcel national averages.
  • acquire data that may support effective learning and teaching approaches.

How to use ResultsPlus?

We have created guidance videos to support you in analysing your students' performance in mock exams through ResultsPlus.

Learn more about using ResultsPlus to analyse your students results with the Mocks Service.

Getting started with ResultsPlus

Take a look at our step-by-step guide if you're using ResultsPlus for the first time with the Mocks Service.

Download your Getting started with ResultsPlus guide.

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Pearson’s Access to Scripts is included in the Mocks Service. This means you can view the actual exam scripts* for greater visibility and a deeper understanding of individual students’ exam performance. 

If you'd like to access to your students' mocks scripts, please let us know and we'll arrange to send them to you. Please contact us via our Contact Us’ form. Please refer to the Mocks Service Access to Scripts in your communication.

*These will be PDFs of your students' actual exam scripts, they will not include examiners commentaries.

We've brought all our GCSE and A level post-mocks support and resources together in one easy-to-access iPDF by subject.   

To access all your Post-mocks support from one place, visit our Post-mocks support web page and download the iPDF in your subject by qualification type.

Post-mocks support

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