Mock Test
FAQ

All our Mock Tests will be held in the New Hall at Kings College School, Wimbledon.

Further details for travel and entrance requirements will be communicated once places are confirmed.

***Please note, King’s College School reserves the right to revoke any of the test dates if they need to use the halls. Should this happen, the Mock Test will be cancelled and a refund will be issued for affected dates.***

Mock Test, Set 1
Round 1 - Saturday, 1st April 2023
Round 2 - Saturday, 15th April 2023

Mock Test, Set 2
Round 1 - Saturday, 8th July 2023
Round 2 - Saturday, 15th July 2023

Each exam will be 50 minutes with a 10 minute break between each subject test.

Our morning session will run from 9am (Drop Off) until 11.20am (Collection)

In order to begin the booking process, please complete the Booking Form.

To complete your booking for the Mock Tests, you will need to make Full Payment. Once this payment is processed on our end, a member of our team will review your booking and despatch a 'Booking Confirmation' email as confirmation of your space on the Mock Test 2023.

Please note that availability is limited to 80 seats per Mock Test Set. Spaces are offered as First Come First Served, based on the order of payments received.

We have not set any payment deadline dates, although at the latest, payments must be made before the date of Round 1 in each Set.

We encourage payment to be made as soon as possible to avoid disappointment, as our booking policy take order of payment received into consideration.

You can choose to take Set 1 and Set 2 separate to each other or together, however within each set, you will need to commit to taking both Rounds of exams.

These rounds will cover the first and second test format (multiple choice and written papers) which will be encountered in the 11+ exams.

In most 11+ exams (particularly in the Sutton and Kingston Boroughs) students will be expected to complete a first stage exam in a Multiple Choice Format and a second stage with written responses. You would typically be expected to pass the first stage exam in order to receive an invitation for the second stage exam.

Both require practice and refining as they both factor into your final score!

Yes. Our Mock intends to match the real 11+ format as closely as possible. This is a crucial experience as for many it is their first formal exam experience.

You can choose to take Set 1 or Set 2 either on their own or together, but you will be expected to attend both Rounds within each Set you book.

For cancellations we can offer a 100% refund 2 weeks before the test and 50% 1 week before.

Mock Test, Set 1
100% refund offered for cancellations before 17th March
50% refund offered for cancellations before 24th March
***No refunds for cancellations or no-shows after 24th March***

Mock Test, Set 2
100% refund offered for cancellations before 23rd June
50% refund offered for cancellations before 30th June
***No refunds for cancellations or no-shows after 30th June***

We are offering 10% off the full price if you book both Sets together (all 4 test dates).

  1. All students who have booked onto the Mock Tests will be issued a Student Number which will need to be memorised for the Test Days.
  2. They will need a pencil case (See Through) containing:
    • 2 x B Pencil
    • 1 x Rubber
    • 1 x Ruler
    • 1 x Compass
    • 1 x Protractor
    • 1 x Sharpener
    • NO calculator or pen
  3. A transparent Water Bottle

In a number of the 11+ exam (and all formal national exams moving forward) students are identified by a number:

Their Student Number - is an individual identifier, as students may have the same name.
Oxbridge will be using our own unique numbers different from the ones they will have in September. Each examining school may issue different Student Numbers.

We will be compiling a feedback report which will include an assessment of:
  • Knowledge
  • Answering Methodology
  • Exam Hall Conduct
  • Preparation
You will also be given a Ranking based on exam score.

***Please note that papers will not be released. Instead, you will be provided snippets of the markscheme only for questions that were answered incorrectly.***