11 Plus Free Short Test

The 11 plus test below is a shorter taster using questions from all areas of the 11 plus exam. As you can see these questions are not easy and it will take a considerable of study and revision for your child to successfully pass a 11 plus exam.

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Eleven Plus - Practice Test


This quick trial test will provide you with a taste of the real thing.

Read the questions carefully and select and enter the correct answer.

You have 20 minutes to complete this test after which time your answers will be automatically submitted.

- use the icon located in the top right hand corner to take the test in full screen mode.

1 / 20

The words in the second set follow the same pattern as the words in the first set
e.g.         vile (vet) fact         sale (   sew   ) blow
Use the pattern in the first set of words below to determine the missing word in the second set;
clip (pile) led           drum (           ) see

2 / 20

In the following sentence identify the spelling mistake and enter it correctly in the space provided.
London is the capital and largst city of England and the United Kingdom

3 / 20

Find the figure which is the most unlike the others.

4 / 20

Enter the next number in the sequence below; 1, 2, 6, 15, 31, ( ______ )

5 / 20

Examine the two images on the left and then determine which image on the right is similar

6 / 20

Grid image with coordinates
What are the coordinates of Point Q?

7 / 20

Find the pair of letters that completes each sentence in the most sensible way. Use the alphabet to help you.

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

WB is to AJ as SC is to __ __

8 / 20

Shania has 3 pieces of wool to make a bracelet. One piece is 160 mm long, another piece is 26 cm long and the last piece is 0.45 m long.
What is the total length of wool, in centimetres, that Shania has? (just type the number)

9 / 20

The shapes on the left have some code letters that describe them. Work out what the code letters mean. On the right there is a shape on its own. Using a similar method determine which code represents this shape.

10 / 20

Look at the grid. Molly starts at the star. She moves 2 squares south-west, 2 squares north and one square east.

What shape will she arrive at?

11 / 20

Complete the sentence by selecting the correct word.

It was the first day back at school today and ________ went awful.

12 / 20


Marvin made a pie chart to show the eye colours of the children in his class.
What is the modal eye colour?

13 / 20

The three figures on the left are alike in some way. Determine which figure on the right is most like these figures.

14 / 20

On the left is a big square with one small empty square. From the five squares on the right find the square which should replace the empty one.

15 / 20

Complete the sentence by selecting the correct word.
The afternoon lessons ________ really fast.

16 / 20

In the sentence below identify the four-letter word hidden at the end of one word and the start of the next. e.g. I want to win every time. ( wine )

    Her pyjamas should have been washed.

17 / 20

Find the pair of letters that completes each sentence in the most sensible way. Use the alphabet to help you.

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

PH is to VC as YO is to __ __

18 / 20

In the following sentence identify the punctuation mistake and select the corrected sentence.
"Because of the dragons, of course,” John said scornfully. “There's supposed to have been a whole family which terrorised the valley for years until they died from some weird disease"

19 / 20

Find the three-letters which complete the word in capitals and finishes the sentence in a sensible way.
e.g. I’ll put some GED cheese on the pizza. ( RAT )
I’ll put some GRATED cheese on the pizza.

At the market there was homemade VANA ice cream.

20 / 20

The cost of travel insurance in pounds (C) is worked out using the equation: C = 10 + 20(x – 1)
x is the number of weeks that a customer is travelling for.
A customer wants travel insurance for 6 weeks.

How much should the customer be charged?

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Full Length 11 Plus Tests

On this site there is a full length set of 11 plus tests which you can use to check your child’s current ability. The tests are online and automatically marked, providing you with feedback ad the correct answer. Don’t sit the real thing until you are confident your child will pass.

Ensure your child is ready and not disadvantaged due to a lack of practice.

Click each of the links below for the full tests – each one is about 50 minutes long just like the real thing;

-> English
-> Mathematics
-> Non-Verbal Reasoning
-> Verbal Reasoning