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Completing practice questions, memorising formulae, chanting Pythagoras’ Theorem – it’s all good, but sometimes you need to do a past paper to test how well your revision is going and get your mind in gear for exam questions.

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Blutick can help! This article shows you how to complete and submit an exam paper on Blutick. All of our exam papers are based on real past papers used by teachers and schools in the UK.

How to start the exam

Your teacher, tutor or parent will set you an exam on Blutick. Go to your home page to see your exam. Click the green “Complete Exam” button to get started.

Student page showing outstanding mock Maths Exam - Blutick Maths Online

The summary page acts as an introduction, showing the number of questions and the time you have available to complete the exam.

Click the green “go” button to start the exam timer and go to the first question.

Exam summary page indicating green "go" button to start the exam - Blutick Maths Online

You can look back at the summary page at any time to see how much time you’ve used – just click “View Summary” at the top of the question list.

Exam question list indicating View Summary link - Blutick Maths Online

This page also keeps track of which questions you have and have not attempted.

Exam summary page while exam in progress - Blutick Maths Online

How to answer the exam questions

For each question, remember to show all your working, as marks will be allocated for both working and answers.

Press enter, or use the “insert new line” option below the maths editor when you need more space.

When you’ve finished the question, click the blue “next question” button to move to the next question.

Exam question indicating insert line and previous next question buttons - Blutick Maths Online

You can also use the menu on the left to switch between questions. Use the checkboxes (☑) to mark your questions as complete and help you keep track of your progress.

Enter your answers just like you usually do on Blutick. To remove a line of working, click the delete arrow on the left-hand side. Use the Blutick maths editor keyboard to enter mathematical symbols – click here to find out more about this.

Exam question indicating delete line button and Blutick maths editor keyboard - Blutick Maths Online

Use the “insert” function for working without using the calculator. Select the appropriate method, and then fill in the lines as you carry out the calculation, just as if you were working with pen and paper.

Exam question showing dropdown of options for working without a calculator - Blutick Maths OnlineExample of working without the calculator - Blutick Maths Online

Click here to find out more about completing exams on Blutick.

How to submit the exam when you’ve finished

When you’ve finished the exam, take a minute to look through the questions, check your working, and make sure you haven’t missed any questions. Remember the more marks a question has, the more detailed your answer needs to be.

If you run out of time, the exam will be submitted automatically. If you finish the exam before the time limit expires and are happy with your answers, go to the summary page and click the red “submit exam” button.

Exam summary page indicating submit exam button - Blutick Maths Online

A popup warning will remind you to be sure you want to submit – click “ok” if you’re sure.

Well done, you’ve completed a Blutick exam!

How to look at the results

If you’ve just submitted your exam, follow the link to see your results. The teacher, tutor, or parent who set you the exam will also be able to see your marks as soon as you press submit.

Exam completed message - Blutick Maths Online

Your teacher may have set the exam so that you cannot see the results until they’ve checked the marks – in this case wait until they’ve done so and then use the sidebar to go to Your Completed Tests and Exams.

Sidebar indicating Completed Tests and Exams - Blutick Maths Online

Then click on the “View Results” button for your exam.

Completed Tests and Exams page indicating View Results button - Blutick Maths Online

Summary information is given at the top of the page. Scroll down to see your marks for each question, or click the eye icon to look at your marks in more detail.

Exam Summary page indicating eye icon and Show Recommended Topics - Blutick Maths Online

 

Sometimes your teacher, tutor, or parent may have set the exam to allow you to retake it. To retake an exam, go to “Your Completed Tests” and click the “Retake” button.

Completed Tests page showing buttons for retake and results - Blutick Maths Online

How to improve for next time – with customised courses

Blutick produces recommended topics based on your exam performance. This easily converts into a personalised course of work to allow you to target your weakest areas and build up your knowledge. Just click the button!

On the exam summary or full working page, click “View Recommended Topics”.

Student working student view page indicating button to show Recommended Topics - Blutick Maths Online

To create a Course, click the green button.

Student working student view page indicating button to Create a Course from recommended topics - Blutick Maths Online

To see your Course, go to Your Course using the sidebar menu. Click the “complete topic” button to get started!

Click here for more information on Courses.

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