The Bright Sparks series from Susan Daughtrey are graded in difficulty with 1 and 5 being the "easiest" followed by 2,6 and 3, 7 and finally 4,8. Having used them over many years for the Bucks 11 plus I firmly believe that they were the closest in difficulty to the real test.
The GLA pack 1 ony contain 15 of the 21 different types and are generally an easier set. Pack 2 contain all 21 types with a few odd Zs in that some of the papers have 4 Zs (real test only has 2) and some of the Zs use the term "which statement CANNOT be true" instead of CAN be true.
Hi Patricia, thanks for your reply, that's really useful information. My DD is getting 75-80%on the SD papers, which I guess means she's not too far off (she's born in July, so the weighting may help her a bit). I was aware that the GLA pack 1 was easier, but from what you are saying I presume that you think pack 2 is also a bit easier than the real exam?
Bit of a shame as she is getting around 85% on those