11+ English Progress Papers 2

11+ English Progress Papers 2

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Aimed at children aged 9 to 12 years, the Schofield & Sims English Progress Papers provide rigorous and flexible practice for the 11+ and other school selection tests. The papers cover more than 40 topic areas, developing children’s grammar, punctuation, spelling, vocabulary, comprehension and composition skills. 

 

Children can either work through the papers systematically for all-round revision or focus on questions from several tests at once for targeted practice of specific topics. The papers are suitable for use at home, in school or with a tutor, and may take between 45 and 75 minutes to complete. Questions increase in difficulty throughout the series, providing a clear measure of progress. 

 

Each of the English Progress Papers features: 

  • six assessment papers, each with 85 questions
  • Progress chart for recording scores and tracking improvement
  • a separate pull-out answer booklet with marking guidance for all tests.
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