The Sutton 11+ (11 plus) Selective Eligibility Test 2020 – What you need to know!

This year, the Selective Eligibility Test (SET) will take place on Wednesday 11th November. The test usually takes place in September but it has been delayed due to Covid.

 

The test will consist of two multiple-choice papers, testing Maths and English. Each paper will be about 45 minutes long.

 

Schools that use The Selective Eligibility Test (SET)

 

The Selective Eligibility Test (SET) is used by a number of schools in the Surrey area. Click on the links below to learn more about the application process at each school:

 

Nonsuch High School for Girls

Sutton Grammar School for Boys

Wallington County Grammar School

Wallington High School for Girls

Wilson’s School

Greenshaw High School

 

Apart from at Wallington County Grammar School, students who pass the Selective Eligibility Test will be invited back for a second round test in October. This will assess Maths and English in a standard format, not multiple-choice.

 

We have produced a comprehensive set of resources to help you prepare for every element of the exam, including full-length practice tests and subject-specific, targeted exercises.

 

We have made our practice tests as accurate as possible, even replicating the style and format of the answer sheets so your child can get used to marking their answers exactly how they will need to do in the actual test.

 

Practice Papers for The Selective Eligibility Test (SET)

 

You can currently take advantage of our special offer and save over £100 off our 11+ Sutton bundle. This includes all the resources you will need to help your child prepare for both Stage1 (multiple-choice) and Stage 2 (non-multiple-choice) of the exams. To take advantage of this offer, simply add all 43 of the below products to your basket and then enter the code suttondeal at checkout to save over £100!

 

 

Stage 1

 

Stage 1 SET – Full Practice Tests

 

 

Targeted Practice for the Stage 1 SET English Test

 

Skill Specific Practice

 

Targeted Practice for the Stage 1 SET Mathematics Test

 

Full Practice Tests

Skill specific practice

 

Stage 2 

 

For the schools that have a Stage 2, we highly recommend the following packs:

 

Mathematics (open answer)

Full Practice Tests

Skill specific practice

 

English (open answer)

Writing

 

Why do some of the recommendations above show me independent school papers?

 

The main difference between independent and grammar school papers is the question format. Independent schools usually assess with standard format questions, which means students need to write out full answers. Grammar schools usually use multiple-choice format questions.

 

Whilst the schools that use the SET are grammar schools, they actually use the independent school (standard) format for their Stage 2 exams, which is why they are included in the recommendations above.

 

 

We hope you find this offer beneficial. Don’t hesitate to get in touch if you have any questions or queries. We are always happy to help and advise!

 

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