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To get the most out of the site you need your own personal ID. If you are a single subscriber you will already have this. If you are a student at school or college, then you should log on using the school ID and then create your own personal log-on details.

You will then be able to access the forum, conferencing and on-line assessment

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You may purchase your own individual subscription or, preferably your school or college purchases a multi-user account which gives you access to more facilities.
  • The site is tailored to your precise exam course.
  • There are 8044 pages on the site that show you how to carry out mathematical techniques. You can view interactive graphs and geometrical diagrams, which are designed for use both on an individual computer and on an interactive whiteboard. There are short quizzes, multiple choice tests and matching exercises designed to help your students practise their skills.
  • The 2910 exam questions on the site are based on actual examination papers from the last few years.
  • You have access to on-line assessment and feedback. There are many pages on the site called "O-tests". These are tests that provide marks and analysis that you can access. For more on this see assessment
  • You can create and print your own examination papers, complete with mark values, time to spend on it and detailed mark schemes, to distribute to your students to use for self-study and homework tasks. Choose the questions yourself and save your choice on the website so your students can print them out themselves.
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  • Use the on line forum to create a private forum for your school or college and organise your students' access to the website. Use your private forum to set tasks or to facilitate on-line tuition.)
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  • Manage your students' access to the website and monitor their usage. You can check how often any individual student has accessed the site in the last month and one what dates. Any name in bold indicates that on-line assessment marks are available for that person.
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