Using structured practice tests will give your child the opportunity to become more confident with the layout of this exam and the sorts of questions they may encounter.
This link to the sample pages will show the layout of these practice tests.
These GL Assessment Test English practice papers are in multiple choice format just like the actual test. There are three papers with each test containing 3 tests of 60 questions. There are also 10 familiarisation questions before each test.
These papers provide a suitable means for parents to offer additional preparation to supplement the work being carried out in school. (Preparation for the Transfer Test given within schools varies greatly.)
These papers are in multiple choice format and test number 1 contains 60 test questions and 10 additional familiarisation questions. This is a similar format to the actual test and is ideal practice for the GL (PPTC) English Transfer Test.
This first test makes use of a wide variety of English questions and texts designed to improve your child's confidence. The familiarisation questions contain a short passage with three comprehension questions followed by 4 spelling questions and ending with 3 grammar based questions.
The full test has 60 questions beginning with an extended passage and related comprehension questions. These questions are designed in such a way as to encourage your child to read the text carefully to find the answer. The text may also introduce your child to new and different words.The next section of 10 questions is built around spelling and is set out in a similar manner to the sample test offered to parents by GL - who set the actual test.
The third section contains 7 questions and will help to improve your child's English grammar. 10 more comprehension questions follow asking questions around a topic that should be of interest to most 10 or 11 year olds.
This is followed by another comprehension with a historical theme. The concluding sections are on spelling. punctuation and general English questions.
The test, which is in Multiple Choice Format, is in a similar format to the GL (PPTC) test and contains a clear and well set out pupil answer sheet and of course the answers (for the parents) are included.
This is Test 2 of 3 GL Assessment English multiple-choice tests and it makes use of a range of different English questions and texts that will help prepare your child for the actual tests. Knowing what the layout of the Transfer Test may look like and what sorts of questions they may encounter helps to build confidence - all in the security and comfort of their own familiar surroundings.
Again there are 10 familiarisation questions, based on a sporting theme, followed by the full test with 60 questions. We begin with an extended passage (historical theme) and related comprehension questions. Written by an experienced teacher, these questions should encourage your child to read the text carefully to find the answer. The text may also introduce your child to new and different words.
The next section contains 10 questions testing spelling and is set out in a similar manner to the sample test provided by GL Assessments.
The third section contains questions that will help to improve your child's English grammar. 10 comprehension questions follow asking questions based around a child's diary extract.
The penultimate section is a comprehension with a serious historical theme while the concluding sections follow the GL Assesment format and are based on spelling, punctuation and general English questions.
Again the test is in Multiple Choice Format with a multiple choice pupil answer sheet and the answers included.
This is Test 3 of 3 GL English multiple-choice tests. All tests in this book have 60 test questions and an additional 10 familiarisation questions.
These GL Transfer Test English practice papers have been written to enhance any child's confidence in English as they prepare for the actual tests.
The 10 familiarisation questions are about a piece of creative writing. All tests follow the same format with three comprehension questions followed by 4 spelling questions and ending with 3 grammar-based questions.
Once again the actual revision test has 60 questions beginning with a passage (scientific theme) followed by related comprehension questions. It is important to encourage your child to read the text carefully - searching for the answer. Reading widely will introduce your child to new and different words.
Our practice test has been set out in a similar manner to this sample test. 10 more comprehension questions follow asking questions based around a child's diary extract.
The next revision comprehension contains questions centred around an interesting travel document, while the concluding sections are on spelling. punctuation and general English questions.
A multiple choice pupil answer sheet is available for the children and answers for the parents.
This is a comprehensive English practice pack making use of a wide variety of challenging mathematics questions. These tests, which are in Multiple Choice Format, give any child good practice in preparation for the demands of written tests.
The Transfer Test is strongly based on the Key Stage Two Programmes of Study and the level and quality of work required is high. A good grasp and knowledge of all aspects of English and mathematics are essential to aid your child in preparing for this important exam and working through our English and mathematics books will improve a child's ability in both subjects.
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As with all Learning Together titles we encourage the involvement of parents to explain the answers to the child. Parental support is crucial to a child's success in their schoolwork.