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Question Types

A wide variety of Verbal Reasoning question types appears in both the GL and CEM 11 Plus tests.

In the previous version of the GL 11 Plus in Buckinghamshire, 21 Verbal Reasoning question types were used over the years. In the current version,  a new Verbal Reasoning question type appeared in the 2018 test. Two words had the same letter taken out of them and the remaining letters were scrambled. Candidates were asked to identify the missing letter.

Click on the links below to see examples of other GL and CEM Verbal Reasoning question types. The answers to all the questions are given.

11 Plus Verbal Reasoning - Move One Letter  (GL-style)

11 Plus Verbal Reasoning - Hidden Word (GL-style)

11 Plus Verbal Reasoning - Number Series (GL-style)

11 Plus Verbal Reasoning - Coded Words (GL-style)

11 Plus Verbal Reasoning - Three-letter Word (GL-style)

11 Plus Verbal Reasoning - Compound Word (GL-style)

11 Plus Verbal Reasoning - Word Family (GL-style)

11 Plus Verbal Reasoning - Make Two Words (GL-style)

11 Plus Verbal Reasoning - Missing Word (CEM-style)

11 Plus Verbal Reasoning  - Opposite Words (CEM-style)

11 Plus Verbal Reasoning - Matching Words (CEM-style)

11 Plus Verbal Reasoning - Missing Letters (CEM-style)

11 Plus Verbal Reasoning - Missing Letter (CEM-style)

11 Plus Verbal Reasoning - Shuffled Sentence (CEM-style)

11 Plus Verbal Reasoning Question - Text Completion (CEM-stlye)

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Sample Non-Verbal Reasoning questions



Sample Maths questions





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Beaconsfield School of Education specialises in preparation courses for the 11 Plus exam. The course is designed for students in Year 5 of Primary School. The 11+ course covers the three main areas of the 11 Plus - Verbal Reasoning, Non-Verbal Reasoning and Maths The 11 Plus lessons are taught on a One to One basis (private lessons), enabling the 11+ teacher to identify strengths and weaknesses and to focus on weaker areas needing improvement.

The 11 Plus course starts in September and lasts for 3 terms. The 11+ lessons are 75 minutes long, so the pupils can practise and focus on 11+ exercises for an extended period. The teacher always sets homework after the lessons for completion by the following week and this is an important part of the 11 Plus course.
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Pupils normally start their 11+ course approximately two weeks after the Bucks CC schools start back at school. The 11 Plus course dates then match the Bucks County Council school term dates closely. There are three 11 Plus course terms: Autumn Term, Spring Term and Summer Term.

Preparation courses and Mock 11 Plus Test Sessions for the 11 Plus. One to One courses (private tuition) helping pupils succeed in the 11 Plus in Buckinghamshire and Berkshire. Online 11 Plus Practice Tests suitable for both GL and CEM 11 Plus preparation, with over 30,000 11 Plus test questions.

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