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11+HELP required fairly quickly if you please...eek....Lincolnshire

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Doobydoo Tue 04-Aug-09 15:24:38

Am stupid mum
Ds sitting 11+in Lincolnshire in Sept.Have thought it was multiply choice but now think it is Standard,cannot seem to find out 100% and having a panicarooooo.
Anyone know?

Merle Tue 04-Aug-09 18:12:51

Surely the school website will tell you?

Doobydoo Tue 04-Aug-09 18:19:01

No it dosen't.I think after scouring the web etc that it is the Standard format.We thought it was multiple choice.

GrimmaTheNome Tue 04-Aug-09 18:21:59

You ought to be able to find out definitively from your LEA - no harm in phoning and asking I guess?

LynetteScavo Tue 04-Aug-09 18:24:05

Somewhre ddpn in our lea or CC website they have all this info...I'm in a different are so am not sure.

Tehre is an 11+ websete which will tell you..... hold on.....

LynetteScavo Tue 04-Aug-09 18:27:09

here

But I'm not sure that helps, as there is on link.

Are they going to send you a short paper with an idea of the types of questions? Our area does.

Doobydoo Tue 04-Aug-09 18:29:22

Rang LEA,They don't get involvedhmm
The school is open for calls so I will 'phone tomorrow.
I went on Linc 11+forum and the info said Standard Test for verbal and non verbal,but because it was updated 2008 I had a panic.
Then I saw letter from the girls school saying STANDARD and I know the Grammars in Lincs are in a consortium[except Caistor]which I am not applying to.So I am assuming that they will all Be Standard.The verbal is very different in Standard Format...got some papers.

Doobydoo Tue 04-Aug-09 18:31:08

Thankyou ladies.They did a couple of papers last term,but he came home with non verbal which is similar in Standard or multiple choice so I didn't twig till today.

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