Frequently Asked Questions

Online for now up to the end of July 2021. From the 1st of August at The Latymer School - Covid-19 restrictions allowing.
Online up to the and of July 2021 - you can register up to 10 minutes before any mock exam. From August 2021 - Registration for Main Mocks begins at 10.50 am at The Latymer School.
Online Mock (up to the end of July 2021) - you can login to the mock exam website and exam will start promptly at the given time. You will see the start button to start your exam. From 1st August 2021 - Registration for Maths and VR Mock commences at 10:50 am and Maths exam starts at 11:00 am for Main Mock Exams Registration for the English Mock exam commences at 12:10 pm and exam starts at 12:15 pm for Main Mock Exams
From 1st August 2021 - The pick-up time is 12:10 PM for the Maths and VR Mock exam - please ensure that you collect your child promptly and strictly no later than 15 minutes after the mock exam is finished. The pick-up time is 1:15 PM for the English Mock exam - please ensure that you collect your child promptly and strictly no later than 15 minutes after the mock exam is finished.
Children may bring a bottle of water only. They should bring 4 - 5 pencils and an eraser in a clear plastic container. No snacks are allowed during the toilet break or between tests.
No. As with the real exam, in most cases, parents do not accompany their children to the exam room. Children are handed over at the point of registration.
Yes, usually this will be 10-15 minutes similar to the real exam in most areas. Children can stretch their legs and attend the toilet. Snacks are provided after both exams are over
No, the Centre will be closed for the duration of the mock exam. Parents should not return to the Centre earlier than 5 minutes before the exam is due to finish.
The mock exam will commence promptly at the advertised time. Any child arriving late may be allowed to enter the exam room but will not normally be given extra time to finish the paper due to the tight schedule.
You may cancel a mock exam provided you do so at least 14 days prior. You will be refunded the amount paid less £10 administration charge. Where the mock exam is cancelled by us for any reason beyond our control, you will be entitled to a full refund.
Subject to availability and an administration charge of £10 you will be able to change the date of the mock exam.
We regret that we are not able to offer refunds however, if you have notified the day prior to the mock and we are able to offer the place to another parent then a refund can be offered less £10 administration charge.
We endeavour to send the mock exam results within 3 days after the mock exam is held (Maths and Verbal Reasoning marks are given to children during the session itself). The report will be sent by email providing you with the score and feedback on the questions your child got incorrect to enable you to identify weak areas.
Our mock papers are created after a lengthy process of testing so that they are as close as possible to the real exam. For reasons of copyright, the papers are not released.
Yes - all our staff have been DBS-checked.
This year (2021) is our twelfth consecutive year of holding mock exams for our pupils
Free 11+ practise papers are available - please request these via our 'Contact Us' page.
The key value of our mocks is that they are full length papers specifically tailored to mirror, as closely as possible, the exams set by the examining boards/schools and therefore, provide a very good indicator of your child’s prospects in the real exam. Whereas the creation of a practice paper is a relatively straight forward task, the creation of a realistic mock paper is very time consuming and requires classroom testing before the full composition and timing of the paper can be finalised.