jmc, I invigilated the 11+ at RHS on 7 Sept and the Ashlawn mfl aptitude test.
I can't say much about the 11+ but the maths was difficult, I didn't think the comprehension/vr were too hard, not many dc finished the nvr. My dd2 sat the exam last year so I was interested to see how difficult it was. I couldn't see much, but I could see not many dc finished the maths. I think maths had many questions in sentences, including a timetable as you say, and areas, and pretty much what I would have expected. Okanagan has more info, I'm sure she'll decide what can go on here and will soon comment. Regarding the English/clozes, if you happened to have an interest in the subjects, and had read broadly about them, you would do well. But it reminded me again just how important a wide vocab. is, and speed - in all areas - dc had to work quickly.
Dd2 last year said Bond maths and Bond nvr had been really helpful (but note other dp on here didn't agree about the Bond maths being helpful). However dd2 did well in maths so maybe she had a point? Who knows ...
Regarding dc going to the toilet at Ashlawn, it was amazing. So many wanted to go during the MFL test that we had a break and virtually every dc went. I think many went because it was cold in the hall, and they were nervous, and went because their friends were going. I've never seen so many kids go to the toilet at once! But they couldn't go during the test because it was all read out on cd in timed sections (like the 11+). I have been asked not to comment about the MFL test. All I'm going to say is it was rather strange, and dc either seemed to find it "very easy" or "very difficult" so maybe it does indeed test for aptitude for languages. Most dc were sitting it from out of area because they wanted to get into Ashlawn rather than alternative comps.
I thought dc carried on doing the 11+ throughout the school year - dc moving into Warks - and so not much can be said? All I can say is that if you have followed some of the advice on here, your dc will have been well prepared. Good luck, jmc. Just think. You may have met me.