|11+ Entrance Assessment dates for general entry in 2018|
|Monmouth School for Boys||Saturday 3rd February 2018|
|Monmouth School for Girls||Saturday 3rd February 2018|
|View our entrance assessment dates in full|
Admission to the schools is based on a child’s potential, and not just on a single test performance. As part of the evaluation process, we aim to meet with all prospective pupils before the assessment day and we also take into account the recommendations from the child’s previous school. On the day itself, we try to make the experience as stress-free as possible, with pupils sitting their papers together in small groups. Allowances are made for the anxiety that some children experience when sitting a test, many for the first time, so we meet each individual on arrival and look after them throughout their visit. Between sessions, they are given the opportunity to take a break for refreshments. We endeavour to give our prospective pupils every chance to shine.
The Admissions Registrars are happy to send sample 11+ papers and to guide each family through the entrance procedure.
For more information on assessments for entry, sample papers or to arrange a visit, please get in touch with our admissions departments.
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Monmouth School for Boys Admissions – 11-18: Day and Boarding
Contact Monmouth School for Boys Admissions Registrar – Mrs Diane Jakes on:
Tel: 01600 710433
General Entry Assessments for boys aged 11 include written tests in English, Mathematics and Verbal Reasoning, together with an informal interview and a report from present school. The English and Mathematics papers are largely based upon levels 1 to 5 of the National Curriculum. (Maths and English sample papers for entry to the senior school are available from the Admissions Secretary or online)
Monmouth School for Girls Admissions – 11-18: Day and Boarding
Contact Monmouth School for Girls Admissions Registrar – Mrs Karen Stafford-Smith on:
Tel: 01600 711104
Assessments for entry at 11 include an interview, a report from the current school, and written tests in English and Mathematics. We try to interview the girls before the written assessments so that they have the opportunity to visit the school and meet a member of staff, whom they may see again on the morning of the written assessments.
We try to ensure the interview is as relaxed as possible, giving girls the chance to talk about the things they enjoy and are involved in. During the interview they are asked to read an unseen passage out loud. The written assessments in Mathematics and English are based on the National Curriculum levels 1 to 5.
Find out more at the Monmouth School for Girls website