The London Consortium of schools have just changed their London Consortium 11+ exam format for 2023 enty. We am here to summarize must know facts about the new London Consortium exam 2023. The new London Consortium practice tests are a bespoke combination of the different questions. Our other 11 plus links will provide additiotnal 11 plus tips and grammar school entry info.

London Consortium Familiarisation test

This London 11+ Consortium Familiarisation booklet is very informative on the entrance exam, how to answer it and even provides some example questions.

Which London Consortium grammar school best suits your child’s needs? 

Here you can compare the London Consortium schools’ performance.

 

What’s in the new London Consortium 11+ test?

The 12 schools in the Consortium have a shared examination process which includes a bespoke two-stage online examination. The assessment, lasting a total of 100 minutes, will be taken at the candidate’s current school in December. The exact timings for Part 1 and 2 of the exam can be found below:

Part 1 ondon Consortium test
  • Maths test 11+ section (20 mins)
  • Non-Verbal Reasoning 11+ section (10 mins)
  • English Comprehension 11+ and Verbal Reasoning 11+ sections (30 mins)
Part 2 London Consortium test
  • Problem Solving 11+ section (15 mins)
  • Creative and Analytical 11+ section (25 mins)

The London 11+ Consortium has gone to great lengths to make the assessment process as simple as possible. They have eliminated lengthy English and Math papers, focusing on cognitive ability assessment. The consortium makes use of three complementary approaches.

  1. Bespoke cognitive tests. 75 minutes consisting of Maths, Verbal and Non-verbal reasoning. These are all multiple choice questions. The test provider is CEM and therefore these questions are very hard to get hold of.
  2. Common reference form. Providing wider contextual information on attitudes, character and comments on academic performance.
  3. An interview experience. This is individual to each senior school. In the interview process, there will be a focus on the candidate’s aptitude, skills and intellectual perceptiveness

practice London consortium 11 plus exam papers

London Consortium schools

With a shared interest in making the admissions process simple and effective, they manage this process collectively. As stated by them on London 11+ Consortium website:

“With concern for the pressure which the current 11+ application system places on young children and for the damage to learning which relentless ‘teaching to the test’ produces, we seek to simplify the process and reduce the number of examinations which they sit, whilst providing a better tool of assessment to elicit the information which can match candidates to schools best fitting their profile.”

Channing school was founded in 1885 and is still an independent day school for girls. In 2015 this ISI awarded the school with their highest possible judgement at its inspection. Providing proof of their consistent excellent exam results.

Francis Holland School was founded in 1870 and is still an independent day school for girls. The school in Regents Park only makes up half of the Francis Holland School Institute. The other school is Francis Holland School near Sloane Square (SW1). Both schools are well-known for their focus on sport.

As mentioned above this school is linked to their counterpart in Regents Park. The Francis Holland School, Sloane Square was founded in 1881. Both schools are well-known for their focus on sport. The Francis Holland School, Sloane Square is also well-known for its outstanding teaching in Arts, Modern Foreign Languages and History.

Godolphin & Latymer was founded in 1861. It is an independent day school for girls. The school has a strong academic history and offers a variety of extra-curricular activities.

 – London consortium 11 plus papers –

London Consortium English 11 Plus past papers

11+ English Guidance for parents 2(North London Independent Girls’ Schools’ Consortium 2018)

11+English Group 1(North London Independent Girls’ Schools’ Consortium  2017)

11+ English Passage (North London Independent Girls’ Schools’ Consortium 2016)

11+English (North London Independent Girls’ School’s Consortium 2016)

11+ English Group 1 (North London Independent Girls’ Schools’ Consortium 2016)

11+English Group 1 (North London Independent Girls’ Schools’ Consortium 2015)

11+ English Group 1 (North London Independent Girls’ Schools’ Consortium 2014)

11+English Group 1 (North London Independent Girls’ Schools’ Consortium 2013)

11+ English Group 1 (North London Independent Girls’ Schools’ Consortium 2012)

11+English (North London Independent Girls’ Schools’ Consortium 2011)

11+ English (North London Independent Girls’ Schools’ Consortium 2010)

11+English (North London Independent Girls’ Schools’ Consortium 2009)

11+ English (North London Independent Girls’ Schools’ Consortium 2008)

 

London Consortium Maths 11 Plus past papers

11 + Maths (North London Collegiate School 2011)

Maths Group 2 (North London Collegiate School 2010)

11 + Maths Group 2 (North London Collegiate School 2009)

Maths (North London Collegiate School 2008)

11 + Maths Guidance for Parents and Teachers (North London Independent Girls’ School’s Consortium 2018)

Maths Group 1 (North London Independent Girls’ Schools’ Consortium 2016)

11 + Maths Group 1 (North London Independent Girls’ Schools’ Consortium 2015)

Maths Group 1 (North London Independent Girls’ Schools’ Consortium 2014)

11 + Maths Group 1 (North London Independent Girls’ Schools’ Consortium 2013)

 

Rob Williams Assessment‘s step-by-step 11 plus guide

London Consortium 11+ exam practice.