We are again organising a series of Familiarisation (Mock) Tests to give pupils a true experience of what the St. Olave’s SET will be like, both in terms of the school environment and the content. The format of the Familiarisation Tests will be identical to the real SET and we shall be providing personalised information to the parents showing where their child was placed within the cohort. From this parents will be able to identify any areas in which their child may need support.
Pupils will be taken through the process of:
Each session will be the same length as the real SET.
Our sample materials are uniquely targeted at the St. Olave’s SET entrance paper. The format will be identical with four sections covering:
Comprehension Mathematics Verbal Reasoning Non-verbal Reasoning
Pupils will have controlled amounts of time for each section, as in the real test. All papers will be collected in at the end of the mock test.
The St. Olaves Parents Association recognises that this can be a stressful time for both parents and pupils. We are committed to supporting you with the best possible information, so we shall:
From this you will be able to identify any areas in which your child may need support.
In order to facilitate social mobility, we have a limited number of free places available to those who would otherwise be unable to afford these Familiarisation Tests. To apply for one of these, please write in confidence to the PA via email@example.com .
We think that our SET Familiarisation Tests will be uniquely helpful in supporting your child – whether a boy or girl – in their preparations for any selective school Entrance Tests. From our own experiences of our sons taking the St. Olave’s Entrance Tests, we think it is probably the hardest test around and so this should be really good practice for your child.
2018 Familiarisation Mock Tests online booking is now open.
Please note that the Mock Tests are being organised and run exclusively by the St. Olave’s Parents’ Association. Therefore, please direct any queries to the Parents’ Association and not to the School.