The following papers have been written by our 11 Plus tutors, all of whom are qualified teachers with experience of preparing students for entrance exams. They are free for anyone to use for non-commercial use.
These 11+ practice papers are designed to reflect the various examination styles used and expected levels at 11+. They can be used alongside past 11 Plus papers for exam preparation.
This practice paper was written by Florence, a qualified teacher and experienced tutor.
Alanya has 7 years of tuition experience, working with pupils for pre-7+, 7+, 8+, 9+, 10+, 11+, 13+ and GCSE (English) exams, grammar school entrance and general booster tuition. She believes all children can make excellent progress with the correct support and strives to develop confidence, resilience and enthusiasm for learning in each pupil she teaches.
A graduate of the University of Cambridge, Andrew has taught English at St Paul’s School, London for some years at the same as time as offering to tuition to both boys and girls of all abilities with a consistently impressive record of success which has seen GCSE students improve from grade-5 level to achieve grade 9s. Experience includes a superb success rate with preparing St Paul’s Juniors classes for scholarship exams, training individuals for 11+, 13+ and 16+ entry to a range of highly academic public schools including Westminster, KCS Wimbledon, St Paul’s Girls’ and Sevenoaks, teaching all the GCSE, iGCSE and A-level English syllabuses along with the IB, Pre-U and ELAT, and supporting students with university application (both UCAS and US Common Application), including very extensive experience of preparation for Oxbridge interviews.
Sarah is 30 years old and has been a Primary School Teacher for 5 years and a Tutor for three years. She began her teaching career at 18 where she worked in a behavioural unit, then she was a Teaching Assistant working with SEN children in a secondary school in Shropshire.
Jennifer is an experienced Primary practitioner with a student centred approach to tuition which involves creating curiosity for the subject as well as building pupils' confidence in order to achieve success. Jennifer believes in discussing progress with the student at regular intervals to identify misconceptions and next steps and thereby allowing students to take charge of their own learning.