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What is GL?

GL (Granada Learning) or ‘GL Assessment’ is one of the two leading exam boards which conduct 11+ admission tests throughout the country on a broad range of subjects, namely:

  • Maths 
  • English 
  • Verbal Reasoning 
  • Non-Verbal Reasoning


Our GL Assessment Mock Exam is held on the second Saturday of every month.

What is GL?

GL (Granada Learning) or ‘GL Assessment’ is one of the two leading exam boards which conduct 11+ admission tests throughout the country on a broad range of subjects, namely:

  • Maths 
  • English 
  • Verbal Reasoning 
  • Non-Verbal Reasoning


Our GL Assessment Mock Exam is held on the second Saturday of every month.

Which regions use GL Assessment?

This is list of the regions which currently do the GL assessment. However, some schools may differ from their region and there are some changes in board affiliation from year to year, so it is alway important to check with your prospective school.

Regions that use GL Assessment:

  • Buckinghamshire                   
  • Cumbria                                                    
  • Devon                                        
  • Dorset                                          
  • Essex   
  • Hertfordshire   
  • Kent     
  • Lancashire   
  • Lincolnshire                    
  • Medway   
  • Northern Ireland     
  • Trafford 
  • Wiltshire       
  • Yorkshire                                       

Which regions use GL Assessment?

This is list of the regions which currently do the GL assessment. However, some schools may differ from their region and there are some changes in board affiliation from year to year, so it is alway important to check with your prospective school.

Regions that use GL Assessment:

  • Buckinghamshire                   
  • Cumbria                                                    
  • Devon                                        
  • Dorset                                          
  • Essex   
  • Hertfordshire   
  • Kent     
  • Lancashire   
  • Lincolnshire                    
  • Medway   
  • Northern Ireland     
  • Trafford 
  • Wiltshire       
  • Yorkshire                                       

How to prepare?

We believe that with 1 to 1.5 years of dedicated effort students will have the best chance of clearing their 11Plus exam. We have prepared a short video on ‘When’ to start 11Plus prep and ‘How’ to structure your child’s learning. 


Exam format:

There are two main exam formats: 
1) Standard Format : In this format the answers are to be written in the space provided.
2) Multiple Choice: Here the answer is to be selected from a list of provided options and marked in a separate sheet.

Most exams are 45 minutes in duration, there might be a single paper or two papers separated by a short break. 

GL draws its questions from a GL Assessment question bank. This means that through regular practice the chances of a high score in the exam increase substantially. 

How to prepare?

We believe that with 1 to 1.5 years of dedicated effort students will have the best chance of clearing their 11Plus exam. We have prepared a short video on ‘When’ to start 11Plus prep and ‘How’ to structure your child’s learning. 


Exam format:

There are two main exam formats: 
1) Standard Format : In this format the answers are to be written in the space provided.
2) Multiple Choice: Here the answer is to be selected from a list of provided options and marked in a separate sheet.

Most exams are 45 minutes in duration, there might be a single paper or two papers separated by a short break. 

GL draws its questions from a GL Assessment question bank. This means that through regular practice the chances of a high score in the exam increase substantially. 

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