11+ Mock Exams – for Henrietta Barnett Girls Schools, Queen Elizabeth Girls Schools & Bucks Schools (Wembley – London)

As we approach the final months of the preparation for the 11+ exams, The Learning Hub is running its last .hugely successful 11+ Mock Exams in Maths, English and Verbal Reasoning for parents wishing to prepare their child for the following schools: Queen Elizabeth Boys School, Henrietta Barnett Girls School and Bucks Schools on – Monday 3rd September 2012 with a comprehensive  review of the 3 Exams Papers on M0nday 10th September 2012.

What do the 11plus Mock Exams comprise of?

The Learning Hub has a solid history of running successful mock exams and in order to benefit as many children as possible, we run the following exams on the day:

  • 11+ Maths
  • 11+ Verbal Reasoning
  • 11+ English

Each paper is designed to stretch the child utilising our unique 11plus IQ material set in a paper to maximise this experience.

Why The Learning Hub 11+ Mock Exams?

  • Our 11+ Mock Exams are conducted under exam conditions comparable to the actual exams.
  • Mock Exams are well prepared and correctly organised.
  • Full review of the papers carried out to ensure that the child learns from their mistake.
  • Overview of Good Exam techniques and practice.
  • Papers given back containing child’s detailed scores and correct answers.
  • Open to all students.
  • Recommended by many tutors and tuition centres.
  • Our exams are of the highest quality and used by many private tutors and independent preparatory schools.
  • Builds student confidence
  • Reviewed carried out by uniquely qualified MNLP Head Teacher (Master Practitioner in Neuro-linguistic Programming)
  • All Staff are CRB checked and qualified.
  • 100% Satisfaction feedback from our customers in 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010 & 2011.
In some areas there are 12 students competing for every place and as demand for grammar school places soars this situation will only get worse. – Give your child the edge!

Benefits of a mock exam

In many areas only one in ten grammar school applications are successful and therefore for thousands of children, securing a sought-after grammar school place rests on that all-important entrance exam.

The Learning Hub 11+ mock Exams offers children a unique experience of simulated Grammar School 11+ exam conditions in the child’s preparation. Our experience has shown that children become very uncomfortable with the prospect of sitting an exam especially when in a room filled with strangers. This frequently result in some distress or worry on the child and many good and able children then freeze up whilst doing their 11plus exams causing them to fail when success was theirs for the taking. By sitting a number of our high quality 11plus mock exams, children are able to become familiar to the examination setting, reducing worry and stress.

The Learning Hub 11+ mock exams will also enable you as a parent to accurately judge how well your child’s preparation is going compared with other children intending to sit the 11+ exams.  It has been proven that 11+ mock exams can provide an extremely accurate indication of the final exam positioning. Multiple mock exams over time will allow a parent to track their child’s progress and fine tune the learning to enable success.

As part of our service, The Learning hub will provide parents of the results comprising of your child’s standardised score, percentage and placement out of the 11+ Mock Exam group for every test.

It has been established that sitting a number of mocks can improve a child’s performance in the Grammar School Entrance Examinations. They’re a fantastic form of practice plus the practice provided is excellent value.

Booking the 11+ Mock Exams

For more details and to book your child for this unique and important experience then contact us on 020 8908 0123 or via our email on info@tlhgroup.co.uk.

The Learning Hub is Based in Wembley, Middlesex and provides comprehensive tuition for children age 6 to 18 in both group and 1 to 1 format. We tutor children in KS1, KS2, SATs, KS3, GCSE and A Levels.

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