Sevenoaks Tutoring Ltd. Registered in England - Number 09602974
* The assessment/taster lesson is free for those who enrol for further lessons. A charge will be incurred otherwise.
Are you thinking about entering your child for the Kent Test (11+)?
Is your child in Y4 or Y5? Are you thinking about secondary school choices and wondering if the 11+ is the way to go?
Has your child's teacher indicated that your son or daughter is a potential candidate for grammar school?
11+ Tuition can help your child succeed with:
- Reading comprehension
- Analytical thinking
- Problem solving
- Verbal reasoning
- Non-Verbal reasoning
- Spatial reasoning
- Exam techniques
Help your child fulfil his/her potential and prepare for the Kent Test (11+).
How we teach
Every student learns at his/her own rate and has different needs. That’s why our fully qualified teachers deliver a bespoke learning programme built around your child’s needs. We cover all areas which come up in the tests and use a variety of resources as well as past exam papers in order to prepare our students for what they will face on the day.
- 1:1 tuition in small group contexts with a fully qualified teacher
- Structured worksheets
- Computer activities
- Exam papers
- Audio and visual resources
FREE Assessment/Taster Lesson*
We’re delighted to be able to offer an assessment/taster lesson to help you understand where your child needs the most help. We’ll evaluate your child’s knowledge across the key areas and work out where the focus should be.
Don’t hesitate to get in touch and arrange your session. There’s no better time than now to help your child move in the right direction.
If you require any further information or you’d like to book an appointment, feel free to give us a call on 01732 453 657.
What is the Kent Test (11+)?
If you want to apply for a Year 7 place at a Kent grammar school, you can register your child for the Kent Test. The test assesses whether grammar school is a suitable option for your child.
The tests are multiple-choice with a separate answer sheet. They are marked by an automated marking machine.
The first test will be an English and Maths paper and will take 1 hour. Each section will involve a 5 minute practice exercise followed by a 25 minute test. The English section will involve a comprehension exercise as well as some additional questions drawn from a set designed to test literacy skills.
The second test will be a reasoning paper. It will take about 1 hour, including the practice sections and questions. It will contain a verbal reasoning section and a non-verbal reasoning section of roughly the same length. The non-verbal reasoning will be split into short sections, administered and timed individually.
There will also be a writing exercise which will not be marked but may be used by a local headteacher panel as part of the headteacher assessment stage of the process. 40 minutes will be allowed for the writing task, including 10 minutes’ planning time.
More information regarding the Kent Test can be found here.