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Course SummaryEnsure your student is ready for the ISEB Common Entrance at 11+ Math exam with the video lessons and quizzes in our easy-to-follow test prep course. All our learning tools are mobile-friendly and act as an online resource your student can study anytime.
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About This Course
The video lessons, quizzes and printable transcripts that make up this course have been created to help your student do his or her very best on the ISEB Common Entrance at 11+ Math exam. Designed by professional instructors, our lessons help young learners grasp difficult mathematics concepts with ease. Have your student take our multiple-choice quizzes to assess where additional study is required and then review the lessons as needed. After taking this test prep course, your student will understand the following topics:
- Numbers, place value and rounding
- Subtraction, addition, multiplication and division
- Prime numbers and factors
- Mixed operations and mathematical properties
- Fractions, decimals and percents
- Proportions, ratios and the basics of measurement
- Geometry, shape properties and the basics of statistics
- Algebraic expressions
About the Exam
The ISEB Common Entrance at 11+ exam is an entrance exam used mainly by independent senior girls' schools in the UK. The exam consists of papers in English, Mathematics and Science. Students taking the math portion of the exam must complete one paper in 60 minutes, and students are encouraged to answer as many questions as possible. If students do not show the calculations used to answer the questions, they may lose marks. Calculators and calculating aids are not permitted during the exam.
ISEB Common Entrance at 11+ Math Exam Preparation & Registration
Use this course to work through all the topics that will be on the exam, including fractions, prime numbers, geometry and statistics. If your student struggles with certain subjects, review the lessons that correspond to those topics. Build your student's confidence by taking our quizzes and chapter tests to see how well he or she might do on the test. If any of the lessons are confusing or challenging, contact one of our professional instructors for more help.
Though the ISEB Common Entrance at 11+ Math exam is offered twice yearly in November and January, most girls take the January session during Year 6. Registration opens approximately four months before the testing date and then closes a month before the exam is given. A great number of independent prep schools in the UK register their students for the Common Entrance exam, but parents may do so on the ISEB website if their child attends a public school or a school that does not regularly utilize the Common Entrance Exam.
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