Educational Assessment

The AE Tuition Ltd educational assessment is a comprehensive series of tests, followed by a consultation for parent(s) and child with a teacher.

WHO IS IT FOR? All pupils who plan to join an AE Tuition course. The assessment is a very useful starting point for parents who are considering putting their child through the tuition process. The assessment stands alone as a valid and honest opinion of the child’s present educational ability and future potential attainment.

LOCATION: Langley Tuition Centre or Slough Tuition Centre

COST: £50 – payable at time of booking

TIME: Appointments from 5.00-5.30pm

The whole assessment process normally takes between 2 – 2 ½ hours from the time the child arrives. Parents usually leave children and return later for the consultation.

Starting times for assessments are between 5.00 and 5.30pm.

To book an assessment appointment, please call Head Office on:

020 8867 2727 or click here to email us


NEXT ASSESSMENT DATES:

2018 / 2019 Academic Year

Tuesday 4 June 2019 (Slough Tuition Centre)

Tuesday 2 July 2019 (Slough Tuition Centre)

2019 / 2020 Academic Year

Thursday 2 April 2020 (Langley Tuition Centre)

Tuesday 12 May 2020 (Slough Tuition Centre)

Tuesday 2 June 2020 (Slough Tuition Centre)

Tuesday 7 July 2020 (Slough Tuition Centre)


Assessment includes the following:

  1. Reading Level
  2. Spelling Level
  3. Non-verbal Reasoning
  4. Addition and Subtraction
  5. Number Bonds
  6. Tables
  7. Verbal Reasoning
  8. Maths
  9. Vocabulary (Word Power)
  10. Four Rules of Number

An overall percentage score is calculated and children are graded between 1 and 10 (10 being the highest). The assessment is specifically designed to predict a child’s likelihood of success in the 11+ examinations.

Placement on courses is not dependent on assessment scores; the decision to commence tuition is entirely at the parents’ discretion.

No assessment is fool-proof. It cannot test determination, preparedness for hard work and latent potential that may be unlocked within an individual during the process of tuition.

An initial assessment is a useful guideline for parents and teacher as a measure of the child’s current performance and future potential.

NOTE: After the assessment, there is no obligation to enrol on any course.

 

Click here to book onto our 2019/2020 courses