At our tuition, we have 85% plus pass rate with our 11 Plus students. Though most of our students prepare for Tiffin and Slough Consortium, many of them have passed at other exams like QE, Henrietta Barnett and Buckinghamshire.
The course of 11 Plus tuition is divided into three categories. Year 4 Students join for Foundation Course, Year 5 students for Advance Course and Summer Camp is the fast track course for the students who started preparing late or who wish to revise their preparation. All the courses includes Mock Test Series.
Our lessons are for 4-5 hours every week and we cover Maths, Verbal, Non Verbal Reasoning, English Grammar and Reading Comprehension with separate time allocation. In total 11 Plus tuition runs for 225 hours in a year with many workshops and practice papers.
We have divided the entire curriculum subject wise and then topic wise. Each topic has its own concept book and a test is conducted on each topic at the end of the book.
No. of students in a class
We restrict class size to a maximum of 10 students for 11 plus classes.
At our tuition, we try to asses a student at the end of each concept. We conduct a test after each concept to reassure that they understood the concept and they can apply the same in a right manner to solve questions.
The course content covers all the 11 Plus topics from Maths, Verbal Reasoning, Non Verbal Reasoning and English. IN English we focus on grammar as well as reading comprehension along with creative writing. Building good reading habit and vocabulary is our focus area while teaching English.
The course content for our all tuition courses is based on CAP approach. The teaching is mainly focused on making student understand the concept. Once the concept is understood, a student is taught to apply those to testing problems and questions. Once a student has learnt the concept well and its application then he is taught to practice the same in classroom and test like scenarios.
During the class duration, each student solves more than 5000 questions similar to those appeared in past papers. Each student attempts more than 76 practice tests including homework and 10 actual Mock Tests in testing scenario. A student is offered the analysis and feedback on each test performance.