Tassomai works for students...
Tassomai helps students in years 9, 10 and 11 prepare for their GCSE science exams (combined or separate sciences).
Content is written by science specialists and teachers, and is specific to each major exam board.
Micro-quizzes reinforce a student's knowledge, build their confidence and can even be used as flipped learning to teach new material ahead of class.
Our intelligent algorithm learns what students already understand and what they don't yet know.
The program prioritises topics where students are struggling, and adapts to ensure they finish in time for their exams.
Our method of targeted repetition makes learning as effective and efficient as possible.
Tassomai works best when used over a long period of time alongside schoolwork, but it is also an effective revision tool for students who start late in year 11.
Students who start at the beginning of year 11 typically take around ten to fifteen minutes a day to complete the course.
A study in 2017 found that 90% of students who used Tassomai regularly achieved a C or higher in 2017 (and 50% got an A or A*).
...and makes teachers' lives easier
The dot grid instantly shows teachers their students' progress and accuracy, down to the finest detail.
See at a glance where individual students and entire classes are excelling and struggling on the dot grid.
Teachers can target intervention and therapy, drastically reducing time spent on assessment, marking and analysis.
Parents are kept in the loop with a tailored weekly report detailing their child's progress.
Tassomai can be used on any internet-enabled device, making it easy for students to hit their daily target.
The program's flexibility means it can be used in the classroom to add variety to lessons, as a structured homework option, or as a backup to teacher absence.
Schools have reported saving thousands of pounds using Tassomai instead of cover teachers.