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 Post subject: 11 plus tutoring
PostPosted: Tue Apr 14, 2009 8:43 pm 
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Am new to this tutoring lark and am helping 2 girls sit their 11 plus in the Bexley region. Have purchased 'The tutor' interactive CD's and want to check this is suitbable support material. I work out of borough as a teacher so cant get help there. Also - does anyone know how many verbal reasoning questions are tested in Bexley 15 or 21?
Any help or advice would be much appreciated.


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Hi Louandbennyb, and welcome to the forum.

I have moved your thread to the 'Bexley' section of the forum, where you should hopefully get some responses to your question.

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50 questions in maths and 75 in verbal. It has all the information on the the Bexley selection test website.


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PostPosted: Sat Apr 18, 2009 12:22 pm 
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What i meant about the verbal reasoning test for bexley is that is there 15 or 21 question types and what about the kent tests?


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Kent test usually on the 15 covered by nfer, but occasionally a different type (i.e. another of the 21 types) has been sneaked in!

Kent is nvr, vr, maths and a piece of writing which is used as further evidence for borderline cases.

Have you tried e-mailing the LEA? They are usually very helpful (well they are in Kent)


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Bexley council won't give anything away! I have asked but they couldn't/wouldn't tell me. However, I have been told from elsewhere that it's type 15. I would advise focusing on these first and once they are under your belt having a look at the remaining 6 types in case they sneak in.


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I can't sing the praises of KCC enough..

have always had prompt and helpful answers


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Hi,

I'm new to this forum. My daughter is starting year 5 next September and we are about to start preparing for the 11 plus. I was hoping someone could point me in to the right direction as to where I can find those 15 or 21 types for questions.

So far have only bought a few Bond books and just don't know where to start. Any advice very much appreciated.

Thanks


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what area are you in dani?


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Sidcup, nearest school would be Chis & Sid or Townley.


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