You can take a mock test in any of the 3 levels of difficulty - easy, standard, and expert. For all three levels, there are 50 questions, taken from the same question bank (there are thousands of questions in the question bank) - so the level of difficulty of the questions is similar. However, the difference is in the length of time you are allowed to complete the test (see details below).
To start a mock test in any of the three levels, choose the start button for the level. You can take mock tests unlimited number of times but you need the same start button to take each new test. The questions in a test are randomly selected from thousands of questions. So, you will get a fresh set of questions when you start each new test.
Pupils preparing for common entrance exams such as 11 plus, 6th grade, KS2 SATs, ISEB, and other similar-level exams. The tests are particularly relevant to early secondary school students too.
More details about each level...
Level 1 - (Easy): At this level, you must complete each test in 75 minutes - that is, 90 seconds per question. This level assumes you are a beginner who needs much time to review and work out answers to the questions.
Level 2 (Standard): Complete each test in 50 minutes. As your skills improve, you will find it easier to tackle tests at this speed, where you will have averagely, 60 seconds to solve each question.
Level 3 - (Expert): At this level, you are given 35 minutes to complete each 50-question mock test - that is, 42 seconds per question (averagely).
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