11 Plus Preparation and Dates for 2019

June 03, 2019 by Hannah
Image With the upcoming 11 Plus exams fast approaching, it can be difficult to know how best to prepare. We've put together this handy blog with some date guidelines for the 2019 11 Plus exam season. 

What is the 11 Plus Exam?

The 11 Plus Exam is an entrance exam for schools generally taken in September at the beginning of Year 6. The content of the 11 Plus exam tests: English, maths, verbal reasoning and non- verbal reasoning. The exams may sometimes test the same subjects, e.g. two verbal reasoning tests or in other instances include a verbal and a non-verbal reasoning test.

Key 11 Plus exam Dates:  

Please note: This is a guide to all dates which can vary depending on individual schools. 

April 2019: Grammar schools will open their registration with a deadline for parents to register their child in June or July for the 11 Plus exam.

September 2019: The majority of 11 Plus exams will take place during the first two weeks of September.

October 2019: In mid-October the results will be posted for 11 Plus 2019.

March 2020: School allocations are confirmed.

Results: If things don't quite work out as planned, there is an option for parents submit an appeal to challenge the decision. There is also an option to apply for a later selection, at 12 Plus or 13 Plus.

If you need a tutor for the upcoming exam season, you can choose from 1000s of tutors on Tutorfair by clicking here.
Search Tutorfair Blog
Looking for a tutor?

Tutorfair connects expert tutors with students. Helping to find the right tutor for you.

Join Our Growing Tutor Community

Empower students to achieve their goals and become a Tutorfair tutor today.

Recent Blogs

May 07, 2021
How to Support Low-Confidence Learners in the Online Environment


Read More
April 26, 2021
Foundation Student Adam is Writing Poems for a Good Cause

Bolton-based whizz-kid Adam is using his passion for maths for the power of good...

Read More
April 22, 2021
Learning from Large Groups

Many tutors will have seen that we have been experimenting with large group tuto...

Read More