The Main thing to remember is that the tests are done by the pupils.
Parents don't do the tests and teachers don't do the tests.
So here is a question?
If you are trying to do a test and it isn't working, are you logged on as a pupil?
Parents and teachers can see what the pupils are doing but they cannot actually answer any questions.
Here are some short cuts:
1 You can, if you wish, Switch to the pupil, in the "my people" page but remember "you are now in their account, NOT your own!"
2 You can, if you wish, View what your pupils are doing via View button by their name: NB. You cannot answer any questions in this mode
Now, what makes BOFA different?
We have 5 stages, the last 3 being unique:
Stage 1 is an automatically marked online test.
At Stage 2 we explain to the pupils where they went wrong and what they should have done, similar to many competitors, but almost all waste pupils’ time on questions they can do rather than focusing on those they can’t.
From here on, we have what makes BOFA special:
Stage 3 we build on this learning by supplying tailored practice, focused on the incorrect questions. These come with further explanation.
Then stage 4 is a bespoke test, focused on these weaker areas. The pupils really enjoy getting questions right on topics they previously did not understand, knowing full well that their parents have been kept up to date by email.
Stage 5 is the report, containing the questions, reorganised by topic, which were misunderstood during the retest. This saves time and effort trying to discover the areas where pupils need to focus.