Exam Board: ISEB
Level: 11 Plus
Subject: Verbal Reasoning
First Teaching: September 2016
First Exam: Spring 2017 An essential study and revision guide to help children secure top marks in pre-tests and 11 plus independent school entrance examinations. The stretching content ensure that verbal reasoning skills are thoroughly reviewed ahead of the exams. - Prepares pupils for all major pre-tests and 11 plus independent school examinations including CEM, GL and ISEB
- Explains and tests all of the question types that pupils could face
- Features helpful insight into the exams, with practical tips and advice
- Identifies strengths and weaknesses using 11 plus sample tests with detailed answer guidance
- Clear links between Verbal Reasoning and existing study of English
- Includes topics such as constructing words, understanding word meaning, working with numbers and algebra, and developing logic skills
The brand new for 2016 11 plus and pre-test range has been constructed to help pupils follow a three step revision journey .. Step 1) 11 Plus Verbal Reasoning Study and Revision Guide Step 2) Practice Papers
11 Plus Verbal Reasoning Practice Papers 1
11 Plus Verbal Reasoning Practice Papers 2 Step 3) Workbooks
11 Plus Verbal Reasoning Workbook Age 8-10
11 Plus Verbal Reasoning Workbook Age 9-11
11 Plus Verbal Reasoning Workbook Age 10-12
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After some years in the legal profession, Andrew Hammond retrained as a teacher and has taught English for ten years in schools across the south east of England. He has prepared boys and girls for the 11+ and 13+ Common Entrance and Scholarship exams as well as working as a Year 5 class teacher, Year 6 Coordinator, KS3 Coordinator and Head of English and Dra...More about Andrew Hammond
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