Latymer Upper School

Specimen Entrance Papers

All students are recommended the ISEB pre-test for potential entry to Latymer Upper School

11+ English Practice Paper

Comprehension

11+ English Practice Paper

Comprehension

11+ English Practice Paper

Comprehension

11+ English Practice Paper

Comprehension

About Latymer Upper School

Latymer Upper School is a public school in Hammersmith, London, England. The site is located between King Street and the River Thames. It can be traced to a charity school founded by the English merchant Edward Latymer in 1624. Both boys and girls are admitted through examination and interview to Upper School at the age of eleven, with some entering into the Sixth Form at 16.

Latymer is a coeducational with some 1,200 pupils. It has been ranked consistently in the leading schools in the country academically alongside Eton College, Westminster School, Winchester College, and St Paul’s School. This is on the merit of its position in the national GCSE and A level examination performance tables combined with one of the highest Oxford and Cambridge acceptance rates of any secondary school or college, and is one of the top schools for the arts and sport. The Sixth Form of 340 is one of the largest in London and offers forty academic courses as well as extra curricular activities.

According to the Good Schools Guide, the school “aims to set new standards for co-education in west London.” As of 2020, the school charges fees of £21,000 a year per student.

Address : King St, Hammersmith, London W6 9LR, United Kingdom

Headmaster / Headmistress

David Goodhew

Head Master

Applying To Latymer Upper School

To register and for information for Latymer Upper School year 7 Entry click here

https://www.latymer-upper.org/admissions/joining-at-11/

For 2021 Entry into Latymer Upper School year 7 will use the ISEB Pre-test.

Registration Deadlines & Examination Dates

The deadline for registration for entry in 2021 on Friday 9 October 2020 9am. The ISEB Pre-test can be taken not later than December 5, 2020 at the candidates school. Candidates who are unable to take their exam in their current school will be taking their exam in Latymer Upper School on Wednesday 25 November or Saturday 5 December.

About the ISEB Common Pre-test

The tests take about two-and-a-half hours to complete (English 25 minutes, mathematics 50 minutes, non-verbal reasoning 32 minutes, verbal reasoning 36 minutes) and can be taken together or at separate times, either in the candidate’s own school or at the senior school for which he or she is entered

ISEB Pre-Test Format:  

The test is taken on a computer and consists of multiple-choice questions. It is broken down into four parts: 

  1. English – 25 minutes(reading comprehension, sentence completion, spelling and punctuation) 
  2. Mathematics – 50 minutes(in line with Year 5 of the UK National Curriculum) 
  3. Non-Verbal Reasoning – 32 minutes(shape analogies, classes like, horizontal codes) 
  4. Verbal Reasoning – 36 minutes(common words, antonyms, word combinations, letter transfer and number codes)

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