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However, you could do it yourself. I coached my son last year (couldn't afford Â£100/month) and he passed with the max score. I'm not suggesting that was due to my coaching - he's a bright lad - but it does mean he was well prepared for it and you don't need to spend a fortune in private tuition - which gives no guarantees of passing either. My son knows 9 other children who took the 11+ last year. I believe all the others received private tuition and only 1 of them passed. (Note: They did not all attend (deleted)
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I've just started coaching my next son and his friend (last night). I set an hour a week aside for a formal class and get them to finish off any exercises for the following week. I use a couple of books: various IPS VR books by Nicolas Stevens and 'How to do Verbal Reasoning' which I received complimentary from this site when I placed my order. Also, make sure you start with the vocab early on. The lion's share of the 11+ is vocab and some pretty nasty words can crop up. Word lists are available to download from this site.
There are some maths-based question types too. My son is using 'Maths training' on the DS to help him get to speed up (never a bad thing whether cramming for the 11+ or otherwise).
Once you've gone through the different question types, you can use daily tests and short or long practice papers to keep the information current. In my opinion, don't put too much pressure on your child, it may end up
having a negative effect. My son used to do a mock paper each week just to keep his speed up, I didn't get him sitting multiple tests each week, but I guess you'd be the best judge of what your child needs, or where the weak areas lie.
Hope this is useful. Happy to offer more advice or details of personal experience if you want it.