Video: Completing an Exam Assignment

In this video, we will show you how to complete an exam assignment.

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Video Transcript

In this video, we will show you how to complete an exam assignment.

To complete an exam assignment, you must have a student account and be signed in to www.nagwa.com.

First, click on “Assignments” in the tool bar followed by “Exams”. If you have been assigned any exams by your teacher, you’ll now see a list of all the exams that you have been sent. You’ll see the titles of each exam, the start and due dates, the statuses, and you’ll have the ability to access the blank paper and, for closed assignments, the solutions.

For any new exams, for the duration of the assignment, you will only be able to access the blank paper by clicking “Exam Paper”.

We recommend printing the paper and completing it like a real exam, giving yourself an authentic revision experience. If you don’t have access to a printer, you can always answer the questions on a piece of paper from the screen.

Once the assignment deadline is reached, the links to the “Model Answers” and solutions will become active. If you click on “Model Answers”, you’ll see the exam with three colours of pen. The blue pen shows the model answers, the green pen identifies what needs to be included to gain the marks for each question, and the red pen offers some helpful tips and additional information for the questions.

If you found any questions particularly challenging or would like to look at a question in more detail, head back to the exam page where you can have a look at the solution videos; just click “Solution Videos”.

This takes you to a page containing videos for every question on the paper. Find the question you want to look at in more detail and click the play button to start learning.

These videos will take you through how to answer the questions and will provide you with the skills needed to attempt similar questions in your actual exam. We would highly recommend watching the solution videos for all questions with which you don’t feel entirely confident.

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