11 Plus Mock Exam Providers in Kent

We have sourced some useful providers of 11 Plus Mock Exams in the Kent area. Please feel free to click through and find out what they provide.

The 32 Kent Grammar Schools that this information covers are:

Barton Court Grammar SchoolOakwood park Grammar School
Borden Grammar SchoolQueen Elizabeth’s Grammar School
Chatham House Grammar SchoolSimon Langton Grammar School for Boys
Clarendon House Grammar SchoolSimon Langton Girls’ Grammar School
Dane Court Grammar SchoolSir Roger Manwood’s School
Dartford Grammar School for GirlsThe Folkestone School for Girls
Dartford Grammar SchoolThe Harvey Grammar School
Dover Grammar School for BoysThe Judd School
Dover Grammar School for GirlsThe Norton Knatchbull School
Gravesend Grammar SchoolThe Skinner’s School
Highsted Grammar SchoolTonbridge School
Highworth Grammar SchoolTunbridge Wells Girl’s Grammar School
Invicta Grammar SchoolTunbridge Wells Grammar School for Boys
Maidstone Grammar School for GirlsWeald of Kent Grammar School
Maidstone Grammar SchoolWilmington Grammar School for Boys
Mayfield Grammar SchoolWilmington Grammar School for Girls


Kent 11 Plus Mock Exam Providers


Website: www.kentmocktests.org.uk

Location: Kent Orpington



Website: www.prizetuition.co.uk

Location: Faversham


Provider: 11PLUS

Website: www.11plus.co.uk

Location: Kent Tonbridge



Website: www.11plusmocktests.homestead.com

Location: Kent Orpington, Maidstone

Mocks are important but remember to do proper revision, not just papers.

Mocks help children get used to the pressures of the day. Beyond that many parents make the mistake of just doing papers in the final month or so. In fact, for best results children need to do a mix of revision work including both papers and learning enforcement activities. There are no books which do this but there are structured courses which can be really useful.   The courses we suggest are :

These courses are really intensive so watch out! They have a great mix of both papers and learning enforcement so are ideal for the time running up to the exam. We suggest some families may find it more useful to tackle them over six weeks rather than the four weeks suggested.

Points to remember when thinking about 11 Plus Mock Exams

  • Prepare for the mock exam day in advance, treat it as if it were the real thing.
  • Imagine you are going to the real thing so leave in plenty of time for the test.
  • Remember that a great deal of the value the children get from mock exams is the experience of the day itself- the expectation, strange people, strange room, the stamina required and the exam conditions.
  • While the result will be interesting it is what you do afterwards to improve further which is really important.
  • Not all mock exams are the same, cost the same or provide the same reports so choose carefully.
  • It’s often a good idea to do more than one mock exam to make sure nerves are less of an issue on the day itself.

Mock exams can be expensive but in our view they are well worth it.

Useful 11 Plus Mock Exams Information

Alternatively, if you want to get more information about doing your own Eleven Plus Mock Tests at home, then visit our 11 Plus Mock Exams Plan page.

Use the menu to left, or visit our main 11+ Mock Exams page, to find links to the other 11 plus mock test areas. You will also find more 11 Plus Mock test information on our main page.

Other 11 Plus Advice

Doing eleven plus mock tests are just a small part of the necessary preparation for the 11+ exam. Visit the links below for further information advice to help your child best prepare for the 11 Plus Exam: