A British inventor and former tutor is offering kids a life-changing computer game this Christmas. School Exam Simulator, developed by Murray Morrison, creates all of the excitement of a GCSE exam for kids to enjoy again and again in the comfort of their homes. The special low-graphics environment of the test recreate the intensity of the exam experience, training kids to focus on questions and answers.
Murray Morrison said: “I am thrilled to bring School Exam Simulator from my company Tassomai to a wider audience for Christmas this year. Whilst I’m not expecting that it will lead to many thank you letters in the immediate aftermath of Christmas, there might be a few more to come when kids unlock achievement levels in a decade or so.”
Tassomai was originally developed two years ago by former tutor and software entrepreneur Murray Morrison, and is a cloud based ‘game’ that tutors children on all potential exam questions in the GCSE science syllabus.
Students that complete the programme successfully are guaranteed an A or A* in GCSE or their money back. The programme is best played over the period between now and the real exams. “It would be a shame for kids to spoil their enjoyment and complete the game too quickly,” said Morrison. “This is a game that kids can savour and play without parental criticism.”
This year, an estimated 10,000 students will use Tassomai’s School Exam Simulator to prepare for their Science GCSEs.
He added: “Given that Tassomai’s School Exam Simulator costs less than the equivalent of an hour’s tuition from a London-based tutor with none of the risk, it doesn’t take a scientist to work out that our product is a first class investment.”
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Tassomai makes revision and learning as effective and as straightforward as possible. Users can see the revision topics that they need to work through, they can see how they are getting on so far, and they can see what they should do next. Tassomai prioritises each topic and subject based on progress so far and time remaining (i.e. the date of examination).
A user simply needs to log in regularly and complete the revision assignments at the top of their list. Their mission is simple: keep the pace of progress up to the speed prescribed – a task that requires a few minutes attention each day.