Maths for 11+ Maths can be quite tricky for some children and the 11+ creates new challenges. The syllabus includes: Number – Number system, the calculator, rounding numbers, factors, type of numbers Addition , subtraction, multiplication, and division Fractions Decimals Measurement Percentages Squares and square roots
How to improve your child’s English ahead of the 11+? Find out more about how we can help your child in English! What are the 11 plus English topics and how can you improve in them? Before you crack on with your studies it’s important to
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How do you think you fair with a non-verbal reasoning question? Please slide for the answer What is non-verbal reasoning? Non-verbal reasoning is generally not taught to children at school, as it’s not academically based. Papers within the 11+ are specifically designed for non-verbal reasoning which
Can you solve the puzzle? What’s verbal reasoning? This type of question involves the students ability to understand, reason and solve problems involving written information. Sometimes the language is tricky, so the student needs to take a slow thoughtful approach, breaking the information down into smaller