Susan Dauhtrey method and technique books are not relevant to the Bucks 11 plus [they used to be, some 10 plus years ago] They use 35 plus different types of questions and are in standard form.
The Bucks 11 plus only uses 21 types, Multiple Choice. There are different techniques for M/C. If you want a method and technique book either use IPS or the Tutors free download from this site.
Some of the types which are similar to questions used in the Bucks test are just that, similar not the same. For example, one word outside the brackets is close in meaning to one of the words inside the brackets:
Refuse [ agree, decline, drop, waist, sack]
The real test would ask the child to find one word from each set of 3, making it harder. [ the 1st example assists the child by giving them
the 1st word]
[waste, agree, refuse] [waist, decline, drop]
In addition, with M/C the child would, with this type of question, work directly from the answer sheet, saving time.
Take a look at the following thread for relevant publishers. The Bright Sparks series by Susan Daughtrey are a very good resource.