11+ Mock Examinations

11+ Mock

Our 11+ mock examinations are based in our centre near Aylesbury and take place once a month from January.  These 11+ exams are aimed for the Bucks Transfer Test 2018 are formatted to meet the new Buckinghamshire GL Assessments layout and criteria. For more information and timelines, go to the Bucks County council website. Records show that children who attend two or more full mock exams approach the real test with minimum nerves and a clear understanding of how to deal with questions and timing.

The benefits of 11+ mock exam

Mock exams are a fantastic way to boost confidence and a great opportunity to track your child’s progress through the year. The past papers encompass two 45 minute papers with verbal, English, numerical and non-verbal reasoning questions. We aim to make your child comfortable and relaxed in order for them to achieve the very best in the real test in September.

Our Mock Exam Structure:

09:00     Drop off your darling at Maple after a good fry up11+ Mock.
09:15      Exam tips and strategies.
09.30     First paper 1: Begin the first 45-minute test
10:20     Short break and refreshment (water, biscuits, fruit).
10: 35     Second Paper: Begin the second 45-minute test
11:40      End of tests.
11: 45     Pupil written feedback on test to share with parents.
12:00     Pick-up your darling exhausted darling.

A detailed written report is emailed 8 days after the test is taken.

For further information on Maple’s 11+ tuition services, including the 3-day 11+ intensive summer course see our 11+ tuition page.  GL Assessments provide the testing and consequently we now teach to meet the new 11+ requirements. Visit the Bucks County Council website for more information and timelines.

Fees: £60.00 – Maple Students     Fees: £65.00 – External Students

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