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Year 4 and Year 5: 11 Plus Mock Exams 2019/2020

We provide written mock exams in Mathematics, English, Cloze Procedure, Verbal, Non-verbal and Numerical Reasoning carried out under real exam conditions. Our mock tests meet the requirements for both grammar and private school entry and cover all topics and techniques likely to be examined. Regular mock exams over the year help familiarise your child with the 11+ exam setting helping to reduce stress and anxiety on the day.

Reduce Exam Nerves

Improve your child’s confidence, speed and accuracy 

Tests Carried Out Under Exam Conditions 

All 11+ Grammar and Private School Subjects Covered 

Students Practise Completing Computer Answer Forms

 Both GL and CEM style exams provided

Track Examination Performance 

Give your child the best chance of success

SEE CLASS INFORMATION BELOW

The 11+ Mock Exam Course consists of monthly mock exam sessions over the year covering Mathematics, English, Cloze Procedure, Verbal, Non-verbal and Numerical Reasoning. Mock Exams are held monthly during term time from January to December each year and take place at: Glenmore House in Surbiton, Kingston-upon-Thames.

Our Mock Exam Course covers both the GL and CEM style papers, and ensures that your child has the opportunity to practise plenty of papers in a formal setting prior to their real 11+ exams. This will help improve your child’s confidence and will give you plenty of time to address any weak areas as highlighted in our detailed reports.

We find that spreading the mock exams over the year rather than cramming a few token exams just before your child sits their real 11+ exams is by far the best (and least stressful) way to prepare your child, giving them plenty of time to address any areas of difficulty.

11 Plus Mock Exam Structure

For the first part of the course, we use our unique ‘teach and test’ approach. This enables the children to familiarise themselves with the exam styles, techniques and timing requirements for each subject (maths, English, verbal and non-verbal reasoning) in an efficient but non-pressured environment. We will provide appropriate help and teaching support as needed.

After this, during the second part of the course (April to December), the children are given 11+ Mock Tests in each subject, carried out under real exam conditions including the practice and completion of the multi-choice computer answer forms as required. Examination results will be recorded in each subject and a detailed report sent enabling parents to monitor their child’s exam performance. 

If (from April) we feel your child still needs additional help in any subject (or your child has started later into the course), we will continue to provide individual teaching support during the mock exam sessions via our unique 'teach test' method.

It is highly recommended that any child attending our Mock Exam Course only (i.e. who is not doing one of our weekly teaching classes) has a private tutor and/or teaching support from another tuition provider who is knowledgable about the 11+ requirements and is a qualified teacher.

11 Plus Mock Exam - Class Information 

YEAR 4 and YEAR 5 SUNDAY MOCK EXAMS

YEAR 5: SUNDAY MOCK EXAM COURSE

ME5 a.m (Y5): 10:15 - 13:00                    

Registration: 10:15 to 10:30; 10:30 - Maths; 11:15 - English; 12:00 - V.R/Cloze; 12:30 - NVR/VR

ME5 p.m (Y5): 14:30 - 17:15          

Registration: 14:30 to 14:45; 14:45 - Maths; 15:30 - English; 16:15 - V.R/Cloze; 16:45 - NVR/VR  

YEAR 4: SUNDAY MOCK EXAM COURSE

ME4 p.m (Y4): 14:30 - 17:15         

Registration: 14:30 to 14:45; 14:45 - Maths; 15:30 - English; 16:15 - V.R/Cloze; 16:45 - NVR/VR

Feedback

Our detailed reports will highlight the specific areas/topics in which your child needs further support.

We provide detailed feedback in each subject as follows:

* Your child's Percentage Score *

* Your child's Accuracy Score *

* 11+ checklist showing all question types *

* Analysis of your child's strengths and weaknesses *

* List of specific areas/question types where marks were lost *

* Highlighting of any timing issues *

* Tips for improvement *

Please allow 2½ to 3 weeks for reports to be issued folllowing a mock exam. We use the same marking system as the Grammar Schools where exam papers are sent off by post to be marked. The results are then collated into individual reports and sent to parents by email.