My year 11 recently sat their mocks. They were not brilliant and they NEED to be given advice and guidance on common mistakes they were ALL making on the papers. They are quite a difficult group and I have always struggled 'going through' work because they just don't seem to care or want to improve. They adopt a "I got a C, oh well" attitude and have NO desire to get 10 extra marks for a B. (I'm sure many of you have experienced the same). So they are not interested in correcting their papers or making notes of exam tips and strategies which I give them. I feel I am wasting my time doing it I wondered if anyone has any ideas or methods they use for going through past papers they have done to make it bearable for me AND a useful exercise for the kids. Past papers are such a useful resource and having one with full working and corrections can prove an invaluable resource. Thanks in advance.