I have also heard that the NVR test might be 100 questions and not the usual 60 questions that you might expect - but IF it is 100 questions in 60 minutes, that will allow slightly more time than the average 30 seconds per question you usually find in the practice tests (if my maths is correct?). Therefore it breaks down into 5 sections of 20 questions with 12 minutes to complete each section. So it may not be such a bad thing afterall - IF our information IS correct, it could be completely different this year
I agree about the catchment issues with Kendrick. We live in the Wokingham Borough but are less that 2 miles from Kendrick, so I think that qualifies my DD to be within a reasonable distance from the school. However, I'm sure you are referring to girls that come from places much further afield - which I am always very
I will report back after 16th November (if we are allowed to as there may be a few that take the test later due to illness, although I have heard that Kendrick do not give ANY latitude at all if a girl is ill on the day) and that's only if DD does take the test!