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Beware! We are not a trivia quiz site - indeed, we are the world's foremost NON trivia website. Every one of the quizzes you will find here is designed to be educational but that doesn't mean to say that they can't also be fun...
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Our primary objective is to help children to be successful at school. Study of the school curriculums is made easy and enjoyable with our suites of KS1, KS2, 11-Plus, KS3 and GCSE quizzes. You will also find valuable sections on non-curriculum subjects and ESL (English as a second language) that ensures a rounded knowledge of the world.
Material Written by Enthusiastic Teachers
Our experienced teachers make certain that you know all the important elements of the subjects inside out and furthermore they give you the tools to ensure you remember them.
We choose to use multiple choice quizzes for revision because they provide the fastest route to success. During a revision session our quiz format constantly makes you think and concentrate so that you keep moving forward in a snappy way. After every question you are instantly told whether you answered correctly. Where appropriate, we give you helpful hints to make things clearer and to prevent you making mistakes.
Our interactive website makes full use of the wonderful learning opportunities that the Internet provides and consigns dull and boring text-books to the scrap-heap for eternity.
Subscription costs £7.50 per month and provides access to all quizzes in all curriculums. You are free to cancel at any time. Cancel after a single month and it will have cost you only £7.50 – no strings attached.
If, like most people, you are still puzzled by the various "Educational Stages" then this table might help:
|5 and 6||KS1 (Key Stage 1)||1 and 2|
|7, 8, 9 and 10||KS2 (Key Stage 2)||3, 4, 5 and 6|
|11, 12 and 13||KS3 (Key Stage 3)||7, 8 and 9|
|14 and 15||GCSE (Key Stage 4)||10 and 11|