here is one that is from 1929 and its free!http://www.bucks11plus.co.uk/11Plus1929.pdf
Wow - wonderful!
Indeed. For those hankering after a golden age, note how incredibly limited the maths (accurately described as arithmetic) is. In essence, the monetary system and the weights and measures system were so complex that up to 11, the entire purpose of education was getting people able to manipulate numbers with them. Reduce those questions to modern units and a large number of today's 11+ students would score 100% in a great deal less than 75 minutes. The same argument applies, mutatis mutandi, to English: it's really limited. That a child today would struggle to do parts of it (as would many adults) doesn't prove that we are on the end times, just that education in 1929 had very limited objectives.