This is what it all comes down to; you’re sitting in the exam hall, waiting to get your hands on that anticipated piece of paper. You’ve jammed a ton of information into your brain and your fingernails are non-existent – it’s time to get down to business! Yes the exam… Read More
At GoConqr (formerly ExamTime), we believe that learning is not just about passing exams. For us, learning is about acquiring knowledge and life-skills that can be applied to solving real problems. This idea is why we love PBL (Project-Based Learning) and the reason why today, we have invited … Read More
A version of this blog post is published on the GoConqr blog here. Learning is about achieving your full potential, not just passing exams or tests. We developed ExamTime to create better learning experiences. As we’ve continually added new features to the platform, we’ve realised the potential for using… Read More
We all know someone who is outstandingly brilliant at learning. They are the Stephen Hawking or Marissa Mayer of your class and you’re probably scratching your head wondering why you can’t do it too, am I right? Many students lose motivation when someone else is thriving and you feel as… Read More
As Alanis Morissette once said, ‘isn’t it ironic’. After years of struggle between teachers and students and the use of smartphones in school, new educational trends are actually encouraging the use of these devices. The mobile, cellphone or smartphone is not just used for WhatsApp, Facebook or Angry Birds, it… Read More
Today we are excited to announce the start of a new blog series “ExamTime Study Hacks”. In this first article we share some key benefits of Online Quizzes Vs. Offline Quizzes.
1. Randomized AnswersAlthough teachers will try to avoid it, when they prepare a test with multiple choice answers, … Read More
Mobile learning apps and students, they exist like the original odd couple. On one hand you have the app, trendy, cool, ever evolving and students just love them. On the other hand you have exams, study and lots of learning; things that students are not so fond of. However, for… Read More