Enrol for our Eleven Plus Courses

Bookings are open for entry to our 2024-25 in-person courses or for entry to our 2023-24 online course.

Enrolment for 2024-25

In-Person Course 2024-25 – BOOK ADMISSIONS TEST

Entry to our in-person courses involves taking an Admissions Test to ensure students have the necessary foundation to comfortably navigate the course and can fit in with our existing cohort. 

The 2024-25 booking process is for new students only, please DO NOT book here if your child is already enrolled, online or in-person, with us. 

Year 4 Course Entry – admissions is closed for in-person. Please contact us if you wish to be notified if any new slots become available.

Year 5 Entry Assessments

The upcoming assessment dates are:

Online Course 2024-25 – BOOK NOW

Our online courses have become more popular due to the convenience of being available on demand and they provide time-efficient learning which can reduce overall pressure. The online course tutorials are provided in separate subject videos, enabling children to learn in small chunks over the course of each weekend instead of having to digest a lengthy lesson in class. The online course has identical resources and homework so that all students in the year group can be monitored concurrently on the same tests. In Year 4 and Year 5 courses, the pre-recorded lessons videos are supplemented by an interactive top-up zoom lesson held each Tuesday at 5pm for children who may need further support.

Admissions FAQs

  • How can I enrol my child on the in-person courses?

    • All students, pre-existing or external, must take our Admissions Test, to ensure suitability of our course to their learning requirements. Admission tests usually take place from March to May each year.  It is important to understand that our programmes are of advanced levels and will only suit students who are accustomed to academic study and who display a keen interest in learning.

  • What is the purpose of the Admissions Test for the In-Person Course?

    • Our courses are challenging and tailored to the most competitive grammar and independent schools in Greater London.  As such they are only suitable for children who are achieving expectations at school and can learn at a quick pace in a competitive group environment.

      We do not separate children into classes based on ability levels and they all follow the same lesson plan.   Therefore, students must have a good foundation to enable our tutors to deliver optimal lessons that suit the learning pace and needs of the group as a whole.

      The test outcome will indicate if a student has sufficient knowledge in numeracy and literacy to be able to follow the pace of the course. Students who have multiple gaps in knowledge may be better prepared with a one-to-one tutor who can provide tuition tailored to the needs of the individual student.  Eleven Plus Exams does not provide one-to-one tuition.

  • What score does my child have to achieve in the Admissions test to qualify for a place on the in-person course?

    • We look to accept children who can approximately match the average level of our existing cohort of Year 3 students going into Year 4 or Year 4 students going into Year 5. We would not expect external students to be able to perform as well as our enrolled students but would expect scores of at least 65%.

  • Why do you charge for the Admissions Test?

    • When the test has been free in the past, we found large numbers took the opportunity to sit the test purely as an assessment of their child’s level rather than to actually join the course, this delayed our enrolment process for genuine applicants.

  • Why is there no Admission Test for the online course?

    • This is because the lessons are not delivered in one live session so there is no need for all students to be of similar level. Online students initially watch pre-recorded lessons at their own pace and seek parental help if needed. They only attend a live online Zoom class after watching these videos.

      The pre-recorded videos are separated into subjects making them shorter and more easier to digest.  This enables students who do not meet the required level to learn at a pace that suits them, as they can re-watch a video with parental guidance if needed.  The follow-up live Zoom lessons are an interactive a recap of the video tutorial to help children consolidate their learning.

      The online course also provides a more time-efficient learning experience that can free up time that the student can better use to work on weak areas and elevate their level.

  • What is in the Admission Test?

    • The Year 4 and Year 5 admissions test comprises a test divided into timed sections for comprehension and maths. The Year 4 test is 60 minutes and the Year 5 test is 70 minutes.

      The content will have been covered as part of the Year 3 and Year 4 National Curriculum.

      Our admissions test is not a full assessment. The test result only signifies whether your child has a good foundation in numeracy and literacy as a whole and will not enable us to identify any specific weak areas within the subject.  We regret therefore, that we are not able to provide scores or any feedback on your child’s performance.

  • Do you offer a re-test?

    • In our experience, a child who does not meet the criteria is likely to need a few weeks to improve on their score, by which time the course would become full.   As we are not able to hold places, we will not be able to offer a re-test.  If there are extenuating circumstances which will impact your child’s performance on the day, please let us know.

  • When will I receive the outcome?

    • Parents will receive the outcome as individual tests are reviewed and marked by our assessment team. We expect to issue most of the Year 5 results by 20th April 2024 and the Year 4 results by 18th May 2024.

      The admissions test is to assess whether our course is likely to meet your child’s current learning needs.   The outcome of the test will result in one of the following:

      • An Offer for a place in the face-to-face course – where the student shows the potential to fit in with our existing cohort.
      • An offer to place your child on a waiting list – this will mean that your child will be invited for a 2nd assessment involving reading and reasoning.
      • An offer for an online place – where the student has not met the criteria for face-to-face but shows potential to follow the programme online.
      • Recommendation one-to-one tutoring – where the student’s performance indicates a weak foundation in numeracy and literary and the structured pace of our course is felt to be at a pace that is too fast for the student thus requiring the student to need individual support. Eleven Plus Exams does not provide one-to-one tutoring.

The 2024-25 booking process is for new students only, please DO NOT book here if your child is already enrolled, online or in-person, with us. 

Enrolment for 2023-24

Online Course 2023-24 – BOOK NOW

Bookings remain open for Year 3 and Year 4 Online course using the links below.

Our online courses have become more popular due to the convenience of being available on demand and they provide time-efficient learning which can reduce overall pressure. The online course tutorials are provided in separate subject videos, enabling children to learn in small chunks over the course of each weekend instead of having to digest a lengthy lesson in class. The online course has identical resources and homework so that all students in the year group can be monitored concurrently on the same tests. In Year 4 course, the pre-recorded lessons videos are supplemented by an interactive top-up zoom lesson held each Tuesday at 5pm for children who may need further support.

If your child is starting preparation late in Year 3 or Year 4, the online course is a good way to catch up and ensure your child has a solid foundation to the Year 5 course or the actual exams.

Enrolment for the Year 5 online course 2023-24 has now closed.

In-Person Course 2023-24- BOOKING CLOSED

We are fully booked for 2023-24 and are not accepting further bookings for entry to our Year 3, Year 4 and Year 5 physical courses.

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