As mentioned earlier, there are four parts to the grammar school entry assessment.
You will be assessed on the following:
- Verbal Reasoning
- Non-Verbal Reasoning
Q1. Which of the following sentences has a mistake in its punctuation?
A – Its not a difficult task.
B – “What do you want for dinner?” asked Jane.
C – If it rains tomorrow, I will not be happy.
D – She was a tall, beautiful girl.
E – My friends Ava, Sophie and Rebecca are staying the night.
Q2. If the following words were arranged in alphabetical order, which word would come last?
Q3. Complete the following sentence.
The boy waited __________ for his mother to arrive.
A – Always
B – Patient
C – Patience
D – Patiently
E – Never
Q4. What is one quarter of 6 hours?
Q5. Fifty seven thousand, seven hundred and thirty six people attended a concert.
What is this number rounded to the nearest thousand?
A – 50,000
B – 57,700
C – 58,000
D – 57,000
E – 100,000
Q6. Look carefully for the pattern, and then choose which pair of numbers comes next.
0 1 1 2 3 5 8 … …
Q7. In the line below, the word outside of the brackets will only go with three of the words inside the brackets to make longer words. Which ONE word will it NOT go with?
Q8. Choose one letter that can be moved from the word on the left to the word on the right, making two new words.
Q9. Which of the following is the odd one out?
Q10. Which two shapes are identical to one another?
Q11. Which SET does the TEST SHAPE belong to? (A, B or neither)