London 11+ Consortium || Key Exam Details & Targeted Resource Recommendations

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We’ve just released new online practice tests:


Full Practice Tests


London 11+ Consortium Practice Test 1

London 11+ Consortium Practice Test 2

London 11+ Consortium Practice Test 3

London 11+ Consortium Practice Test 4

London 11+ Consortium Practice Test 5

London 11+ Consortium Practice Test 6

London 11+ Consortium Practice Test 7

London 11+ Consortium Practice Test 8

London 11+ Consortium Practice Test 9

London 11+ Consortium Practice Test 10


BUNDLE – Save 30% – Tests 1-10


Skill Practice


London 11+ Consortium Mathematics


London 11+ Consortium Analysis (Creative Comprehension) Pack 1

London 11+ Consortium Analysis (Creative Comprehension) Pack 2


London 11+ Consortium Puzzles & Problem Solving Pack 1

London 11+ Consortium Puzzles & Problem Solving Pack 2


These resources are fully up-to-date, accurately replicating the style and format of the NEW London 11+ Consortium online exam.


Who are these practice tests for?


These tests are specifically designed for students taking the new online London 11+ Consortium test for Year 7 Entry.


The following schools use this test:


Channing School

Francis Holland School (NW1)

Francis Holland School (SW1)

Godolphin and Latymer School

More House School

Northwood College for Girls

Notting Hill and Ealing High School

Queen’s College London

Queen’s Gate School

South Hampstead High School

St. Augustine’s Priory

St. Helen’s School London

St. James Senior Girls’ School

St. Margaret’s School


How will these practice tests benefit my child?


The London 11+ Consortium recently introduced a new test format. These practice tests are specifically designed to familiarise your child with the online format, style and content of this new exam.


The timings, question types, difficulty level, instructions and layouts are designed to match those of the actual assessment.


Upon completion of this practice test, your child will feel more confident and prepared for their exam.


Each practice test contains five modules split over two parts:


Part 1


– Maths (20 minutes)

– Non-Verbal Reasoning (10 minutes)

– English & Verbal Reasoning (30 minutes)


Part 2


– Puzzles & Problem Solving (15 minutes)

– Analysis (Creative Comprehension) (25 minutes)


Each module can be completed separately. The modules are marked automatically and can then be reviewed with feedback and explanations provided for every question.


If you want to replicate exam conditions, the modules in Part 1 should be taken together, followed by a 30 minute break before the modules in Part 2.


Comparative statistics are also provided so you can benchmark your child’s performance against their peer group.


This practice test will also act as a diagnostic, allowing you to quickly identify your child’s strengths and weaknesses so you can prepare efficiently.


You have the option to take this practice test with 25% extra time. However, we only recommend choosing this option if you are sure your child will qualify for this extra time in the actual test.




What’s covered in each module of the test?


You can read an overview of each section below. We’ve covered all of these skills, concepts and question types in these new practice tests.


➢ Part 1: Maths


The questions in this section will be multiple-choice with a range of difficulty. Core mathematical concepts will be tested. Some questions will include diagrams/charts that your child will need to refer to.


➢ Part 1: Non-Verbal Reasoning


This module will cover both 2D Non-Verbal Reasoning and Spatial Reasoning question in multiple-choice format. You can expect a wide variety of different question types to feature within the test.


➢ Part 1: English Comprehension & Verbal Reasoning


This module will begin with a Reading Comprehension. The text will be scrollable on the left hand side of the screen. The multiple-choice questions will be on the right hand side of the screen.


After the comprehension, there will be some questions that require your daughter to identify potential grammar and punctuation mistakes within a given sentence.


This will be followed by some Verbal Reasoning questions that will test vocabulary and understanding of meaning in context.


Questions will include selecting synonyms/antonyms, choosing the correct definitions of words and working out which word best completes a sentence.


Technical grammatical terminology will not be tested in this module.


➢ Part 2: Puzzles and Problem Solving


This section is a little more unusual. It will include a series of interactive puzzles/diagrams that have been created on Geogebra. Each one will be accompanied by a question that your daughter will need to answer by typing into a box.


To arrive at the answer, students will need to interact with the puzzle based on the instructions. If the official samples are anything to go by, the puzzles/diagrams are going to be a little clunky and not necessarily that user friendly.


It’s a problem solving assessment, so this may of course be deliberate, but it seems a little odd to include such experimental questions in this format within such a high stakes assessment.


Regardless, we worked with a series of Geogebra creators to create similar puzzles so your daughter can prepare accordingly.


It appears that the Consortium themselves may have copied over concepts from popular Geogebra creators.


Take a look at this screenshot of an official sample puzzle from the London Consortium:


And here’s a screenshot from an older puzzle from a popular Geogebra creator:



It looks like they’ve just copied the puzzle but changed the design.


Amongst the questions in our new practice tests, we’ve included a few similar puzzles (but with some unique twists).


Here’s a screenshot from one of our puzzles from Test 1:



We’ve also included lots of new puzzles to ensure your daughter is ready for whatever may come up on exam day.


We are not aware of any resource that will better prepare your child for this section.


➢ Part 2: Analysis (Creative Comprehension)


This module requires your daughter to answer multiple-choice questions based on a series of different sources. She will need to compare, contrast and infer across the different sources to work out the correct answer to each question.


Conceptually, this module bears some similarities to elements of the SPGS Comprehension Test and the MTS General Test.


The sources will be scrollable on the left hand side of the screen and the questions will be on the right. Sources could include text, maps, diagrams, timetables and charts.


We’ve set up our practice tests to match this style, with various sources provided for each test, just like in the actual exam.


You won’t find more accurate practice material for this module. 


Are there any offers available?


Yes! If you purchase a Bundle of all ten of our Full Practice tests together, you can save 30%. Click on the button below to take advantage of this offer:


11+ London Consortium Bundle - Save 30%


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