As each independent school sets its own entrance exam, there can be various structures and question types across these exams.
However, the majority of these exams consist of English and Maths papers demanding longer written and detailed answers, and including multi-part maths questions and creative writing tasks.
In our general independent school mocks, we have incorporated the most complex and demanding styles of questions that usually appear in these exams.
Therefore, sitting these mocks will be excellent practice for a child aiming for a place at an independent school.
These papers will be pitched at the expected difficulty level of the real exam, but contain a few extra-tricky questions designed to really challenge your child.
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We can help out!
At Examberry, we realise that it may take your child a while to get used to sitting an exam in real test conditions. It is completely normal for your child to feel overwhelmed the first time they sit in an exam hall.
If children do not perform as well as they hope in the first mock exam they sit, they should not be disheartened; we believe that they should be given another chance to learn and to improve.
We manage this learning process by offering two difficulty levels:
These papers will be pitched at the expected difficulty level of the real exam.
These papers will be pitched at the expected difficulty level of the real exam, but contain a few extra-tricky questions designed to really challenge your child. Having sat a ‘Stretch’ exam, your child will be extremely well prepared for the real exam.