MarkedbyTeachers.com, a unique social learning website for students, has been launched today by The Student Room Group – Taking it straight out to the group’s 7 million + monthly visitors.
MarkedbyTeachers.com contains the largest accessible body of student work in the UK with over 150,000 samples of student essays. The brightest students in the country, organised into peer review panels, help each other learn from it through highly structured reviews. Experienced teachers (including department heads, examiners and published authors) then take samples of work across all subject areas and levels, and write full marking comments for students, as well as providing handy learning tips for each of their subjects.
On the launch Pete Taylor, Director of Marked byTeachers.com says
“MarkedbyTeachers.com is a massive evolution from the website it replaces (Coursework.Info) and really demonstrates the value of social learning in education. It is the first and only website to offer reviews from teachers and A* students and has received an amazingly positive reaction from teachers and education bodies across the UK.”
Val Shore, Examiner for A-Level English Literature says:
“MarkedbyTeachers.com provides the informed, concise and targeted tutorial support students need to help them achieve their full potential”
For £4.99 a month or £37.50 for an annual pass, students can access and download unlimited items from the site or upload their own work to receive free access to the database – ensuring no student in the country is denied access, whatever their financial position.
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What this means to customers of The Student Room
With the addition of Marked by Teachers to The Student Room Group’s portfolio, along with Get Revising (acquired earlier this year), advertisers are now able to target students no matter what they’re doing online. From GCSEs, to gap years, to university, postgrad and graduation, The Student Room Group can help you reach the students you need.
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