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Visuteach provides interactive online English tests for CEM 11 plus preparation. Visuteach also provides combined maths and English practice papers for AQE CEA (Common Entrance Assessment) tests and English reading (comprehension) practice papers for the North London Independent Girls’ Schools’ Consortium Group 2 tests.
Visuteach also offers 5 online membership packages containing 26 Essex CSSE English 11+ style tests. For more information on these packages, please click Essex CSSE English 11+ Membership Packages.
To open free sample papers for these tests, click on the blue underlined links in the Sample Paper column below. To download the free sample papers, right-click on the blue underlined links and choose ‘Save Target As’ from the pop-up menu.
|Visuteach 11 Plus Papers||Exam Covers||Format||Number of questions||Time Allowed||Sample Paper|
|PPTC English||Comprehension, punctuation, grammar, spelling, vocabulary||Multiple-choice||60||50 mins||PPTC English Sample Test|
|AQE CEA (combined maths & English)||Comprehension, punctuation, grammar, spelling, vocabulary||Standard||32 Maths, 26 English||1 hr|
|North London Independent Girls’ Schools’ Consortium Group 2 English Reading (Comprehension)||Comprehension, vocabulary||Standard||Anything between 11-15||45 mins||NLIGSC English Sample Test|
The demo below has a comprehension test of 7 out of the full 14 questions and should therefore be completed in 15 minutes rather than 30 minutes. The comprehension tests in our membership packages are 14 question tests. Note that the full version of the demo test appears in our Essex English Membership Package 2.
Write your answers on a sheet of paper and check them against the answer sheet.
Click on the links in the table below.
For more information on our Essex CSSE 11+ English membership packages, please click Essex CSSE 11+ English Membership Packages.
|CEM English Membership Demo 1
Synonyms, antonyms, cloze (missing words and missing letters), jumbled sentences
|CEM English Demo 1|
|CEM English Membership Demo 2
Cloze tests (missing letters in words)
|CEM English Demo 2|
|CEM English Membership Demo 3 – Reading Comprehension
Click on the blue link Comprehension Passage to view or print out the comprehension passage for the test, and then click on the grey round image to the right in order to start the test.
|CEM English Demo 3|
The table below shows the breakdown of question types available in our CEM English membership site.
|Question Type||Description||Number of Questions|
|Synonyms||250 multiple-choice questions and 250 questions containing a word with missing letters||500|
|Antonyms||300 questions containing a word with missing letters||300|
|Cloze||150 multiple-choice cloze (i.e. missing word) questions, 100 missing letter cloze questions and 160 cloze questions where missing words are part of a short passage||410|
|130 questions where you need to rearrange a jumbled up sentence and create a meaningful one. The order of the words has been mixed up and there is also one extra word which does not belong in the meaningful sentence||130|
|Comprehension||8 interactive online multiple-choice timed comprehension tests with a total of 64 questions. Each test is approximately 350 words in length and contains 8 questions and is similar to the format of the CEM Bexley sample test comprehension.||64|
The demo test has only 9 questions (which are a sample of the full 50 questions of a real test) and should be completed in 9 minutes.
The test below is a demo of an automatically marked test (with answers and explanations appearing at the end of the test).
Click on the Passage link to open and print out the comprehension passage, and refer to this passage to answer some of the questions in the test. Click on the Test link in order to run the demo test.
The test below is a demo of a test which should be answered on paper.
Print out the passage and print out the blank answer sheet and write your answers on it. When you have completed the test, check your answers against the completed answer sheet. Explanations for the maths answers can be viewed online by clicking on the Maths Explanations blue link.
Our CEM English membership site helps you prepare for the CEM 11+ exams used in Bexley, Birmingham, Buckinghamshire, Gloucestershire, Warwickshire, Wrekin, Walsall and Wolverhampton and at the Henrietta Barnett School and Chelmsford County High School for Girls.
It contains online interactive tests on synonyms, antonyms, parts of speech and jumbled sentences as well as two types of cloze test – missing word and missing letters.
Visuteach’s PPTC English transfer test practice papers are similar to the format of the GL Assessment Northern Ireland PPTC transfer test sample paper. PPTC English transfer tests papers contain questions on comprehension, punctuation, grammar, spelling and vocabulary. The practice papers are mutliple-choice and have questions on English comprehension, grammar, spelling, vocabulary and punctuation. Our PPTC sample paper has less questions than our full practice papers, and it only has one comprehension passage, rather than the three comprehension passages of the practice papers.
Our Northern Ireland AQE CEA (Common Entrance Assessment) transfer test papers are based on the type of questions found in the AQE sample papers on the AQE website. They contain questions on comprehension, punctuation, grammar, spelling and vocabulary. They are mixed English and maths papers. The English part of the papers consists of a poem and 7 questions on that poem, a prose passage and 5 questions on that passage, another poem and 7 questions on that poem, and another prose passage with 7 questions on that poem.
Visuteach’s English papers for the North London Independent Girls’ Schools’ Consortium concentrate only on the reading (comprehension) part of the English test. The North London Independent Girls’ Schools’ Consortium Group 2 English papers contain questions on comprehension and vocabulary. Our English comprehension tests are in standard format (i.e. they are not multiple-choice), are 45 minute tests and come with sample answers. The tests are similar in style to the English comprehension tests used by the schools in Group 2 of the Consortium. Our English comprehension tests are also useful for pupils taking the Group 1 entrance exams and for pupils studying for 11 plus common entrance style English comprehension tests used by other independent schools. Our sample test has 7 questions rather than the 11, 12 or 13 questions in our full tests.