mock exam information for staff and students.

 

The mock exams are held to resemble the real exams as closely as possible; in the setting up of the room, how the students enter and leave the room, and the reading of the instructions. This reduces the students concerns for the final exams, enabling them to understand the process as well as leaving them with no surprises when the final exams take place.

I hold mock exam training sessions with staff and invigilators, and students, two weeks before the mock exams take place. I also email the students’ mock exam pack to their parents.

Mock exams are also explained to parents and students at the start of the year in a parent workshop, with the aim of reassuring them regarding the role of the mock exams in the predicted grades process.

Mock exam information for staff.

I give this document to staff two weeks before the mock exams starts. I set the meeting room up as an exam room including all of the IB’s posters.

The document covers the following:

  1. Aims of the mock exams.

  2. Subject teacher responsibilities.

  3. Types of exam.

  4. Stationary.

  5. Refreshments.

  6. The exam room.

  7. Seating arrangements.

  8. Arrival of students.

  9. Starting the examination.

  10. During the examination.

  11. Attendance.

  12. Finishing the examination.

  13. Appendices.

mock exam information for students.

I go through this information with students two weeks before the mock exams start. I set their classroom up as an exam room using IB posters and past papers to go through the exam process.

The document covers the following:

  1. Aims of the mock exams,

  2. Types of exams.

  3. Stationary.

  4. refreshments.

  5. The exam room.

  6. During the exam.

  7. Attendance.