The Voice Online reports that mother of three and GP Dr Nonye Agomo has written a new book titled ‘Surviving the 11+’ which shares tips on how to get your child in to Britain’s top grammar schools.
The 11+ test – taken in Year 6 – is no longer compulsory in England and Wales but is still used as an entrance exam by schools who offer places based on academic ability. Pupils are tested on verbal and non-verbal reasoning, English and maths.
Determined to get her 11 year-old son Charles into a school that she believed could “give him the edge in life,” Agomo, who lives in Hertfordshire, took on the task of tutoring him herself to complement what he was learning at primary school. Continue Reading….
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This has put a smile on my face and is truly inspiring.
Well done Nonye and congratulations.
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