The FreeTeacher Interactive Test paper system provides instant feedbak to the child, making it the most effective way to learn from mistakes and improve exam readiness instantly.
All progress is recorded for correct, incorrect and out of time responses, allowing parents and educators to target efforts to help the child precicely where it is needed the most.
The child can practice the test as many times as possible and can start and stop the test paper while all progress is saved and can be resumed at any time.
We have a comprehensive range of Free To download PDF files for the UK Key Stage Test Papers.
You can also see our interactive test papers examples in the next section.
ALL questions in our interactive test papers have the exact content as produced by the UK education board, including the question numbers. Our system provides instant feedback to the child to show correct or incorrect repsonses. Furthermore our system also records mistakes by the child so that a parent or educator can analyse the information and help the child with specific aspect of the test paper.SUBSCRIBE NOW
In this example you can see that all content including images, summaries etc are all kept as authentic as possible to the actual paper. The difference is only that our system provides instant feedback and allow the child to learn from the mistake. With a little support from an educator or parent the child can master these test papers very quickly.
This method of learning also allows the child to quickly get accuainted with the format used by the education board. Many times the class room format remains some what different to the exam until just before the teacher starts using the test papers in the class environment. Our online test system, if used along side with the school education can produce significantly higher grades for the SATS exams.SUBSCRIBE NOW
We have applied every effort possible to program every single question from the test papers regardless of the complexity involved. This ensures that children do not miss out on important questions from the list of questions published by the UK education board.SUBSCRIBE NOW