Mock Exam Marking
You can buy Mock
Exam A marking for a specific mock exam
paper (e.g. Subject CT6 Mock A) for the current
exam sitting. You will not be able to defer
this marking to a future exam sitting. By submitting
your script in line with our published recommended
submission date, you will receive feedback on
your understanding of the material.
If you would like us to mark
Mock Exam B or Mock Exam C then you must purchase
a Marking Voucher (except subject CA3 Mock B, click here for details).
Recommended submission dates
and final deadline dates for Series
Marking and Mock Exams are given on the
deadlines page – if you miss the final deadline date for Mock Exam A, your script will not be marked.
Mock exam papers submitted
after the final deadline accompanied
by a marking
voucher, will be accepted for marking but
we cannot guarantee it will be returned before
If you book Mock Exam Marking
in a particular session, you will not
be able to defer the marking to a future exam
Solutions to Mock Exam A
We typically send out full solutions with Mock Exam A. However, if you order Mock Exam A Marking at the same time as you order Mock Exam A, you can choose whether or not to receive a copy of the solutions in advance. If you choose not to receive them with the study material, you will be able to download the solutions via a secure link on the internet when your marked script is returned (or following the final deadline date if you do not submit).
Submitting Mock Exams
Mock Exams can be submitted
for marking by
email, by fax or by post.
However you choose to submit your Mock, please
read the instructions on the coversheet before
completing your Mock Exam.
It is your responsibility
to ensure that your script is posted in good
time to reach us from your place of posting.
Please also ensure that you use the correct
postage when you send in your script, as otherwise
your script may be delayed significantly, possibly
missing the final deadline. Please note,
that within the UK the postage price you pay
is calculated by the size and weight
of the item, so if you send your scripts in
an A4 envelope you will need to use a large
letter postage stamp when sending.
We strongly recommend that
you photocopy your script before you post it.
Your script will be passed to the next available marker and will be returned to you either by first class post or via a secure link
on the internet. We encourage markers to return scripts quickly, but you should be aware that scripts submitted around the
time of the final deadlines may have a significantly slower turnaround time than usual.
There are special arrangements
for the submission of scripts for students
living outside the UK and Ireland.