No, not subject based, but vr, nvr and quantitative, or cem style or midyis.
There is absolutely no point in setting a child above her ability by trying to practise cats, the biggest confidence knock ever is to be in a set where everyone else has hands flying and you are still working out the answer, your friend, to put it politely, is being rather pushy!
Son not v good at exam pressure, actually that's an understatement, he manages to get so stirred up he gets a flare up of viral tonsillitus almost guaranteed, tummy ache, sickness etc. He is gradually getting better, the cats tests are pretty much pounced on them and they are told they do not matter. Perhaps,if he prepared more, rather than staring at the ceiling and panicking it wouldn't happen and he also has the memory of a sieve.
. I don't think he will suit a high flying, high pressure job somehow, perhaps he should steer clear of air traffic controller or fund management.