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London 11 Plus Practice Tests

Barnet Grammar School entrance tests

London grammar schools

  • Henrietta Barnett School in Hampstead Garden Suburb (girls) adopted the CEM 11 plus and assess numerical reasoning, verbal (vocabulary, comprehension and verbal) reasoning, Mathematics and English.
  • Queen Elizabeth’s Grammar School for Boys in Barnet uses GL assessment in English and Maths papers. You should use English and Maths practice papers.
  • Mill Hill County High School in Barnet (mixed) uses GL assessments and they assess Verbal Reasoning and Non-verbal Reasoning for their selection.
  • The Latymer School in Edmonton (girls and boys) adopted the GL assessment and applicants sit tests in Mathematics, Verbal Reasoning and English with the Mathematics and Verbal Reasoning set in a combined paper.

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London grammar schools

Bexley Grammar School entrance tests

  • Beths Grammar School in Bexley (boys) uses the CEM so please refer to those past papers.
  • Bexley Grammar School in Welling (girls and boys) entrance exam consists of verbal reasoning, non-verbal reasoning and numerical reasoning selection tests.
  • Chislehurst and Sidcup Grammar School in Sidcup, which takes both girls and boys, use the CEM and the 2 papers cover a mixture of verbal reasoning & comprehension, non-verbal reasoning and mathematical reasoning.
  • Townley Grammar School in Bexleyheath is a girls-only school. They use the CEM so please refer to those past papers.

Bromley Grammar School entrance tests

  • Newstead Wood School in Orpington (girls) uses verbal and non-verbal reasoning tests in their selection.
  • St Olave’s Grammar School in Orpington (boys) requires prospective students to first sit the school’s Selective Eligibility Test (SET), comprising of Logic, Mathematics and English. Learners that pass these will be invited to sit second stage tests in English and Mathematics.

Kingston Grammar School entrance tests

  • Firstly, Tiffin Girls’ School in Kingston upon Thames (girls) operates a two-stage Test Procedure. The Stage One test consists of an English and Mathematics paper, both multiple choice. Marks on the Stage One test will determine invitation to the Stage Two test, although it won’t contribute to the final determination of offer of places at the school. The Stage Two test will test the core subjects of English and Mathematics.
  • Tiffin School in Kingston upon Thames (boys) makes use of a two-stage Test Procedure. Stage One is the sifting test and consists of English and Mathematics questions. Stage Two also consists of English and Mathematics papers.
  • Kingston Grammar School selection encompasses English, Maths and Verbal Reasoning 11 Plus tests.

London grammar schools

11 plus practice tests and London Grammar Schools

  • Firstly, Sutton Grammar School for Boys uses a Selective Eligibility Test (SET) set on an English test and a Maths test. Then there’s a second testing stage, again of English test and a Maths test.
  • Secondly, Wallington County Grammar School in Wallington is for boys only. They use the Selective Eligibility Test (11+) set on English and Mathematics. There is no stage two testing.
  • Thirdly, Wallington High School for Girls in Wallington uses a Selective Eligibility Test (SET) set on English and Mathematics. Then there’s a second testing stage, again of English test and a Maths test.
  • Wilson’s School in Wallington, for boys only, uses a Selective Eligibility Test (SET) set on English and Maths. The second stages are as per the above London grammar school tests.
  • Greenshaw High School uses a Selective Eligibility Test (SET) set on English and Mathematics. Then there’s a second testing stage, again of English test and a Maths test.
  • Ilford County High School in Barkingside, a boys-only grammar school, who use a Selective Eligibility Test (SET) set on English and Mathematics. The second stages are as per the above London grammar school tests.
  • Woodford County High School in Woodford Green is a girls-only London grammar school. They use a Selective Eligibility Test (SET) set on English and Mathematics. Then there’s a second testing stage, again of English test and a Maths test.
  • Nonsuch High School for Girls in Cheam use a Selective Eligibility Test (SET) set on English and Mathematics. The second stages are the same as the above London grammar school tests.
  • St. Michael’s Catholic Grammar School in North Finchley (girls) uses the GL assessment assessing Verbal Reasoning, Non-verbal Reasoning, Mathematics and English.

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