How to prepare for the Selective Eligibility Test for Sutton Grammar Schools 2016 entry
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The Selective Eligibility Test will be held on 16th September 2015. It is the first stage of 11+ admissions testing for the following Grammar Schools in Sutton:
- Sutton Grammar School
- Wallington County Grammar School
- Wilson’s School
- Nonsuch High School
- Wallington High School for Girls
- Greenshaw High School
The Selective Eligibility Test consists of multiple-choice exams in both Maths and English. Only those who perform well in the Selective Eligibility Test will progress to the next stage of school-specific testing. Competition is fierce in Sutton and preparation and practice is vital. It is undoubtedly true that students who are familiar with the style, content and format of the exam are much more likely to succeed.
The Exam Papers Plus 11+ Grammar School range is specifically designed to help students prepare for the Selective Eligibility Test in Sutton. The Maths and English papers replicate the multiple-choice format of the test as well as the style and difficulty level of the questions.
Taking on board feedback from those who sat the Selective Eligibility Test in 2014, the range has been updated for 2015 to ensure it is the most accurate and useful resource available for these exams.
The following packs are highly recommended:
Round 1 (S.E.T)
For further subject-specific practice, we would recommend the following:
Round 2 (except Wallington County Grammar School)
For Round 2, we would recommend the following packs:
Get in touch if you have any questions.
The ‘Exam Papers Plus’ Team