|Type of School||Grammar|
Queen Elizabeth Road
|Phone||020 8546 4638|
|Admission Year||Sept 2024|
|Gender in YEAR 7||Boys|
|Registration||5/6/2023 - 4/9/2023|
Stage One Test .
Invitations to sit the Stage Two Test will be sent on or around Tuesday 17th October 2023.
The Stage Two Test will be written tests in English and Maths and will be held in November 2023
|Test Results Day||17/10/2023|
|Number of Places||180|
|Total Number of Exams||4|
|Number of Rounds||2|
- Granada Learning (GL)
- Other (OTHER)
The Stage One Test will consist of English and Maths questions that are marked by computer ( GL)
The Stage Two Test will be written tests in English and Maths ( School)
- Multiple Choice (MC)
- Standard (STD)
The Stage One Test will consist of English and Maths questions that are marked by computer ( Multiple choice)
The Stage Two Test will be written tests in English and Maths ( Standard)
|Name||Document or Link||Subjects|
Tiffin School does not publish its own past papers. The papers change significantly from year to year; changes usually include the number of questions on each paper, the time allocated for the different papers, and the types of questions assessed. Every year, completely new papers are written. There are many past 11+ papers from other selective schools and other sources freely available on the internet. Although some exam paper practice may be helpful,
|Name||Round||From (mins)||To (mins)||Subjects|
|Multiple Papers ( Stage one)||1||60||60||English, Maths|
|Multiple Papers ( stage two)||1||60||60||English, Maths|
The Stage Two Tests assess English and maths and are similar in length to the Stage One Tests. They require written answers and some questions on the English paper will require longer written answers. Answers are marked by experienced maths and English teachers.
When setting the admissions tests, Tiffin School assumes that those sitting the tests will have completed the National Curriculum in English and mathsfor Year 5 students when they sit the tests. Tiffin School does not expect students to have covered topics beyond this. However, the admissions tests will include some questions in unfamiliar formats that will provide boys with the opportunity to demonstrate their adaptability. The tests identify boys who enjoy and are confident reading, writing, thinking creatively, working with numbers, and problem-solving.