examfit empowers GCSE Mathematics students to improve their exam performance through targeted practice, self-marking and personalised performance data.
Students can use examfit to find, filter and bespokely generate thousands of exam-standard questions, tailored to them. For the first time ever, they can then independently mark their efforts (including all working!) quickly and accurately. They simply answer a series of straightforward ‘Yes’ or ‘No’ questions. Our tech does the rest.
Meanwhile, clever algorithms translate their answers into a free user dashboard, which displays the student’s current grade, their topic and subtopic performance, and how to constantly improve their scores.
Our team has worked with thousands of students and hundreds of world-leading schools across a number of successful education and exam prep resources.
So, we understand that students love using past papers and exam-standard questions to prepare for the real thing.
We’ve listened to this, and worked with maths experts and technology whizzes to take past paper and question practice prep to a whole new level!
Using the examfit app, you’ll now be able to:
Our team of academic experts have painstakingly analysed exam paper composition and hundreds of pages of mark schemes. So you don’t have to! And our technology team have condensed it all into one easy-to-use webapp.
As a student, this means that all you need to do is click ‘yes’ or ‘no’ to a few straightforward, objective questions about how you approached each question, and this will generate an accurate grade that equates with the real examiners’ mark scheme.
Each time you click ‘yes’ or ‘no’, examfit will convert your responses into powerful data available exclusively to you, showing where you’re performing well, and where you need to improve.
You’ll be able to see your current level, past paper outcomes and topic-level performance your 100% free user profile.
We’re already talking to lots of schools, and working with them to empower their GCSE maths students to boost their exam scores.
If you’d like to speak to us about how we could work with you, get in touch by emailing email@example.com and one of our schools team will arrange a call.