How is she managing in any school tests she does- ie does she get extra time for these? If not then I think it may be hard to get it for the 11 +. I only ask as I went through it with the 2012 11+ as I always suspected DS was dyspraxic but his reading and maths were excellent - so he did not need any extra time in school and it was only after the 11 + and the fact that he did not pass
that I decided to get an assessment done which put DS on the 2nd percentile
Anyway armed with this information and his academic evidence we did appeal and he is now at Crypt and doing fine -he is having help with his handwriting but he uses his laptop for a lot of his work and this works fine. I did have a chat with the SENCO and was told they would monitor his progress and would only be able to get extra time for exams when he is older if he needed them when younger.
One thing that may be worth considering is that DS's report advised that DS may not need extra time but may need movement breaks to be allowed to stop and stretch and move around every so often and this could improve his concentration. This would mean sitting in a different room to not disturb anyone else. We did not know this until after the test and it is something that might have helped DS as he passed the first paper and did much worse on the second paper and did say his hand was sore from the writing.