Thanks for posting this ahap.
Going to have a little rant now....
This article has slightly annoyed me. To say "there is no way a child would get in if they were not tutored", then to quote from a named tutor service comparing the papers to GCSE and A level papers is irresponsible and adds to the hysteria around the whole exam. Nothing aimed there at the parents - absolutely entitled to and respect their opinions re tutoring, I just find this a bit of media hysteria that riles me and ends up with the poor parents going into a panic & kids being over tutored, with those who cannot afford tutoring feeling that they should not even attempt.
Please, future applicants, read the myths and legends topic and others re tutoring - your child does not necessarily need to be tutored (taught how to answer an exam, yes. Practise, yes. Hours of endless tutoring and homework, no.) Do not let the "tutoring or bust" nature implied in this article put you off.