## 11 plus Exam Practice Tests

The 11 Plus exam is an School admission entrance test used in the UK curriculum school , primarily for admission to Year 7. This assessment covers areas like mathematics, English, verbal reasoning, and non-verbal reasoning. The exam is conducted when students are in Year 6 and are around age 10 or 11. Performance on the 11 Plus determines eligibility for placement in these schools. There are 3 examination sessions, in **November**, **January** and **May/June**

If your child scored over 90% in each of the 11+ mock tests at IITianAcademy, **there is no 11+ exam they will not pass.**

## 11 plus Exam Practice Tests

#### 11 plus Mathematics Exam Practice Tests

#### 11 plus Exam Non – Verbal Practice Tests

#### 11 plus Exam Verbal Practice Tests

## 11 plus Exam Practice Tests - Syllabus

#### 11 Plus Exam Practice Tests – Maths Syllabus

**Place Value Numbers to 10,000**

- Numbers to 100,000
- Numbers to a million
- Numbers to 10 million
- Compare and order any numbers
- Round numbers to 10, 100 and 1,000
- Negative numbers

**Four Operations**

- Add whole numbers with more than 4 digits (column method)
- Subtract whole numbers with more than 4 digits (column method)
- Inverse operations (addition and subtraction)
- Multi-step addition and subtraction problems
- Multiply 4-digits by 1-digit
- Multiply 2-digits by 2-digits
- Multiply 3-digits by 2-digits
- Multiply up to a 4-digit number by a 2-digit number
- Divide 4-digits by 1-digit
- Divide with remainders
- Short division
- Long division
- Common factors
- Common multiples
- Primes to 100
- Squares and cubes
- Order of operations (BIDMAS)

**Fractions**

- Equivalent fractions
- Simplify fractions
- Improper fractions to mixed numbers
- Mixed numbers to improper fractions
- Fractions on a number line
- Compare and order (denominator)
- Compare and order (numerator)
- Add and subtract fractions
- Add mixed numbers
- Add fractions
- Subtract mixed numbers
- Subtract fractions
- Multiply fractions by integers
- Multiply fractions by fractions
- Divide fractions by integers
- Fraction of an amount
- Fraction of an amount – find the whole

**Decimals**

- Decimals up to 2 d.p.
- Understand thousandths
- Three decimal places
- Multiply by 10, 100 and 1,000
- Divide by 10, 100 and 1,000
- Multiply decimals by integers
- Divide decimals by integers
- Decimals as fractions
- Fractions to decimals
- Fractions to decimals

**Percentages**

- Understand percentages
- Fractions to percentages
- Equivalent FDP
- Order FDP
- Percentage of an amount
- Percentage of an amount
- Percentages – missing values

**Converting Units**

- Metric measures
- Convert metric measures
- Calculate with metric measure
- Miles and kilometres
- Imperial measures

**Algebra**

- Find a rule – one step function machines
- Find a rule – two step function machines
- Forming expressions
- Substitution
- Formulae
- Forming equations
- Solve simple one-step equations
- Solve two-step equations
- Find pairs of values

#### 11 Plus Exam Practice Tests – English

The English component of the 11 Plus test typically includes the following areas:

**Reading Comprehension**: Understanding and interpreting texts. Students read passages and answer questions about main ideas, details, inferences, and vocabulary.**Grammar and Punctuation**: Knowledge of grammatical structures, punctuation rules, and sentence construction.**Spelling**: Testing spelling skills, often through dictation or multiple-choice questions.**Writing**: Creative writing or composition tasks, where students may be asked to write essays or stories, focusing on structure, coherence, and creativity.**Vocabulary**: Understanding and using a wide range of vocabulary, often tested through synonyms, antonyms, and contextual usage.

**In the Word Recognition section**, students will listen to a word along with a sentence that provides context for it. They will then choose the correct word from a list of five options.

** In the Word Decoding sectio**n, they will hear a made-up or unfamiliar word and select it from another set of five choices.

**The Comprehension section** involves reading a passage, after which students must pick the word that best completes a sentence from three given options

#### 11 Plus Exam Practice Tests – Verbal Reasoning

The verbal reasoning component of the 11 Plus exam typically includes the following areas:

- Underline the pair of words most
**similar in meaning**. - Underline the two words, one from each group, which are most
**opposite in meaning**. - Complete the following sentences by selecting the
**most sensible word**from each group of words - Underline the two words which are made from the
**same letters**. - Write the
**word hidden**at the end of one word - Find the letter which will end the first word and start the second word.
- words which need to change places for each sentence to make sense.
- Fill in the
**missing letters**and numbers. - Fill in the
**crosswords**so that all the given words are included. - Choose the word or
**phrase**that makes each sentence true. - Remove two letters from the word in
**capital letter**s to leave a new word. - codes for words.
- make new compound words.
- Give the missing numbers in the following sequences.
- Solve the problems by working out the letter codes.

The specific format and types of questions can vary by region or school, so it’s advisable to check the requirements for the specific 11 Plus exam being taken

#### 11 Plus Exam Practice Tests – Non Verbal Reasoning

The Non Verbal component of the 11 Plus test typically includes the following areas:

- Problem Solving
- Logic and reasoning based in 3D
- nets and cubes
- shape and rotation
- different views
- composite shapes

Here’s a list of notable schools worldwide that typically require entrance tests for admission to middle school or Year 7 (for ages 10-11):

#### United Kingdom

**Grammar Schools**(11 Plus exams):- Tiffin School (Kingston upon Thames)
- St. Olave’s Grammar School (Orpington)
- Langley Grammar School (Slough)

**Independent Schools**:- Eton College
- Harrow School
- Westminster School

#### United States

**Private Preparatory Schools**(SSAT or ISEE):- Phillips Academy (Andover)
- Harvard-Westlake School (Los Angeles)
- The Brearley School (New York)

**Specialized Public Schools**:- Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology (Virginia)
- Bronx High School of Science (New York)

#### Canada

**Private Schools**:- Upper Canada College (Toronto)
- St. George’s School (Vancouver)

**Public Selective Schools**:- Earl Haig Secondary School (Toronto)
- Sir Winston Churchill Secondary School (British Columbia)

#### Australia

**Selective Schools**:- Sydney Boys High School
- Melbourne High School
- Brisbane State High School

#### Singapore

**International Schools**:- Singapore American School
- Tanglin Trust School

#### UAE

**Dubai**:- Dubai College
- Dubai British School
- Jumeirah College
- GEMS World Academy
- Regent International School
- Dubai American Academy

**Abu Dhabi**

- Abu Dhabi International School
- British International School
- GEMS American Academy
- The International School of Choueifat

#### International Baccalaureate (IB) Schools

**IB Schools Worldwide**:- International School of Geneva
- International School of Brussels

#### Other Countries

**International Schools**:- International School of Hong Kong
- American School of Paris

This list is not exhaustive, and the admission requirements can vary widely by school and region. Always check specific school websites for the most accurate and detailed information.