New Hall School

Specimen Entrance Papers

All students are recommended the ISEB pre-test for potential entry to New Hall School

11+ English Practice Paper

Comprehension

11+ English Practice Paper

Comprehension

11+ English Practice Paper

Comprehension

11+ English Practice Paper

Comprehension

About New Hall School

New Hall School is a Catholic co-educational independent boarding and day school in the village of Boreham in the City of Chelmsford, Essex, England. It was founded in 1642 in Belgium by sisters of the Catholic order Canonesses of the Holy Sepulchre and moved to its current location, a former Tudor Palace of Beaulieu in Essex, in 1799. The school is now mostly run by lay staff but still retains its Catholic ethos and ties with the local diocese. It is the only independent Roman Catholic school in the Diocese and one of the largest and oldest of its kind in the country.

The school operates in “diamond” format. The Preparatory Divisions and Sixth Form are co-educational, while the Senior Divisions teaches in single-sex classes. The senior girls’ section is a member of the Girls’ Schools Association and the school principal is a member of the Headmasters’ and Headmistresses’ Conference.

Address : Avenue Lodge, The Avenue, Boreham, Chelmsford CM3 3HS, United Kingdom

Headmaster / Headmistress

Katherine Jeffrey

Applying To New Hall School

To register and for information for New Hall School year 7 Entry click here

https://www.newhallschool.co.uk/admissions/admissions-process/

For 2021 Entry into New Hall School year 7 will use the ISEB Pre-test.

Registration Deadlines & Examination Dates

The Deadline for registration is by Friday 16 October 2020. The candidates’ entrance will be based on interview, examination results and a report from their current Headteacher.

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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