The ISEB Pre-Test (Independent Schools Examinations Board) is an online assessment normally taken by students in Year 6 or 7, for both 11+ and 13+ entry for the selection process at a number of independent schools in the UK.
When your child is exposed to the indicative virtual examination conditions at our 11Plus-MockExams, there is an excellent opportunity to overcome nerves and build confidence.
11Plus-MockExams ISEB Mock Exams are useful for the students to prepare for the ISEB Pretest.
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Since Overcoming nerves is just as important as gaining 11Plus knowledge.
How does ISEB Pre-Test work:
This test is age-standardized and candidates are therefore at no disadvantage if they sit the exam earlier, rather than later i.e. between 1st October and 1st February of Year 6.
If your child is offered a senior school place after completing these tests, they are required to again sit the Common Entrance examinations in Year 8.
Parents do not need to register their children for the Common Pre-Tests. Since Senior schools will inform parents about it and will register the candidates.
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This is the current list of senior schools using the ISEB Pre-Test.
- Abbot’s Hill School
- Ardingly College
- Bedford School
- Benenden School
- Berkhamsted Senior School
- Bloxham School
- Bradfield College
- Brighton College
- Bryanston School
- Canford School
- Caterham School
- City of London School
- Cranleigh School
- Culford School
- Dauntsey’s School
- Downside School
- Dulwich College
- Eton College
- Felsted School
- Fulham Senior School
- Gateways School
- The Grammar School at Leeds
- Haberdashers’ Monmouth Schools
- Hampton School
- Harrow School
- Headington School
- Hull Collegiate School
- Hurstpierpoint College
- James Allen’s Girls’ School
- King’s College School, Wimbledon
- King’s College Taunton
- King’s School Rochester
- Knightsbridge Senior School
- Lancing College
- Latymer Upper School
- The Leys School
- Lord Wandsworth College
- Marlborough College
- Mayfield School
- New Hall School
- Oratory School
- Palmers Green High School
- Pangbourne College
- Putney High School
- Radley College
- Anselm’s College
- Seaford College
- St Albans High School
- St Dunstan’s College
- St Edward’s School
- St Paul’s School
- St Swithun’s School
- Stowe School
- Streatham & Clapham High School
- Sutton Valence School
- Tonbridge School
- Trinity School
- Wellington College
- Westminster School
- Wetherby Senior School
- Whitgift School
- Wimbledon High School
- Winchester College
- Woldingham School
- Worth School
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11Plus-MockExams ISEB PRE-TEST Mocks
11PLUS-MOCK EXAMS ISEB Mock Exams are useful for the students to prepare for the ISEB Common Pretest.
11plus-mockexams.co.uk Eleven plus ISEB mock tests are designed to familiarise students with the format, style and content of real-time online multiple-choice tests. It will make them confident to face the real-time ISEB Common Pretest.
11plus-mockexams.co.uk ISEB Mock tests are pitched at the same difficulty level as the real-time tests. Each mock test is designed with unique content and question types. Your child will get to know each module of the ISEB test.
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ISEB PRE-TEST is multiple-choice.
It includes separate exams covering the following subjects:
- ISEB Verbal Reasoning
- Non-Verbal Reasoning
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11plus-mockexams.co.uk VIRTUAL MOCKS
Our Mock Exams are professionally prepared by our experts and we aim to specifically mirror those set by the examining bodies. We do not write generic papers to offer general exam practice because the main purpose of a mock exam is for your child to sit a test that is as close as possible to the real exam that he or she will sit for their particular school.
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11plus-mockexams.co.uk: UNIQUE QUESTIONS
All our mock papers are essentially designed exclusively unique i.e. there won’t be any chance of sitting the paper twice.
To maintain the best quality we always use our own mock papers which are checked and approved by our expertise.
11plus-mock exams strive to provide the best quality ISEB PRE-TEST mock papers set to a real difficulty level to train the child for the real exam.
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11plus-mockexams.co.uk ISEB PRE-TEST mocks are totally free until further notice.
11plus-mockexams.co.uk provide full-length mock papers as we believe that reduction of the length of a paper will surely distort its composition when compared to the real exam paper.
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DETAILED ANALYSIS REPORT
Detailed and statistical results will be sent to the parent’s email. It will include the strengths and weaknesses of the child.
All our 11 Plus Mock Exams are conducted as strictly as the real exams so as to give your child a similar experience.
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11plus-mockexams.co.uk have developed our own exclusive feedback reporting system to provide subject wise scores and percentile ranking amongst the cohort that sat the test.
11plus-mockexams.co.uk system is powered to identify areas of weaknesses of the children who sat the exam.
Children have to take one test per academic year to apply for multiple schools using the ISEB PRE-TEST. The set of results are with all schools registering that candidate. If a candidate takes the tests more than once within a single academic year, the school(s) will be informed and the first set of results will stand.
The above bar chart compares a student’s performance with the peer in11 Plus Virtual Mock Paper 1 Maths– GL Mock.
- This child has scored 92% and stands among the top students who took this test, depicted in the second column.
- Among all the students who took this test, the highest mark and least mark reported in this test are 96% and 2% respectively, depicted in the last and first column respectively.
- The average score of all students is 67.65%, depicted in the third column.
Overall analysis: The child has scored pretty well and is one among the deserving students.
All the best.
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