Revise assignments can be accessed from three different locations:
- By clicking on the 'Revise' button in the Subject Breakdown.
- By clicking on the 'Revise' button at the bottom of a Learn Page.
- From the Outstanding Assignments table on your Dashboard, which could either be an assignment that you had started but didn't finish, or an assignment set by a Family member linked to your account.
There are currently four different types of questions you can receive in a Revise assignment. These are:
The help guides for each question type will tell you a more about them all in detail.
After completing an assignment, you will have the opportunity to review it all together. Read more about Reviewing an assignment here.
Features of all Question Types
All of our Question Types share a few similar features. Below we explain the features on a Question page:
a) Question Type: The type of question being set will always be presented at the top, so you know what is required and how you're being tested.
b) Assignment Length: This is the total time we expect it to take for you to complete this assignment.
c) Question Time: This is a counter that starts when you start the question and times how long it takes you to answer the question.
d) Expected Time: This is the time we expect it to take you to answer this question.
e) Save and Continue Later: If you press this button, it will save the assignment as outstanding for you to continue later. You can access this Outstanding assignment from your Dashboard.
Below we explain the features on an Answer page:
f) Marks Available: This shows you how many marks are available for this question.
g) Marks awarded: The marks awarded update automatically as you mark whether or not you got a question right.
h) Time Taken: This is the total length of time it took you to answer the question. We think as long as you are around or below the Expected Time that this is a good guide for whether you will be on track answering questions in your exam. Don't worry if it's taking you slightly longer than the expected time to answer a question. Just keep practising, you'll get there!