The following papers have been written by our tutors, all of whom are qualified teachers. They are free to download for non-commercial use.
The papers are designed to reflect the various examination styles and levels of difficulty.
This practice paper was written by Florence, a qualified teacher and experienced tutor.
As a dedicated tutor working primarily with children aged 5-13, Richard offers bespoke lessons in key primary subjects, including Maths, English, French, Spanish and Latin.
Richard teaches full-time at a private school in South East London, where many of his pupils are preparing for 11+ exams for entry to London schools including Dulwich College, JAGS, Colfe's and Eltham College.
Michael is a fully qualified and committed English teacher with eight years' experience in helping students prepare for their exams.
Michael takes a positive and supportive approach to learning and it is not unusual for his students to make two or more levels progress in one academic year.
Ally graduated with a First Class degree in Psychology and qualified as as an outstanding Primary teacher through the prestigious Teach First programme (a fast-track teacher training scheme for high-achieving graduates). Ally obtained the highest-possible ratings for her teaching from Ofsted, due to the exceptional progress her pupils made.
Alan holds a PhD in Physics from the University of Warwick and worked in experimental physics research for a number of years at the Rutherford Appleton Laboratory's neutron source near Oxford. After teaching Mathematics and Physics in Zimbabwe for Voluntary Service Overseas, he qualified as a science teacher in 2000.
Throughout academic study, Tim has continually set himself high expectations: he achieved nine A* grades at GCSE and performed well enough in the International Baccalaureate to meet his offer to study English Literature at the University of Exeter. He fully applied himself at degree level, enjoying the diverse and challenging modules (including a year in Canada where he focused on North American literature), and he was very pleased to graduate with First-Class Honours.