The aim of these tests is to simulate the ‘real’ experience of the Music Aptitude Test.
The 11 Plus Mock Music Tests provide the opportunity for students to familiarise themselves with the Music Aptitude Test in a formal setting with peers under exam conditions.
Our 11 Plus Mock Music Tests are available online and at selected venues in and around Watford, starting in January 2022.
Students attending an 11 Plus Mock Music Test at one of our selected venues will experience two Mock Music Tests. The first, is a simulation of the Music Aptitude Test, including narrative, and types of music test examples used and range of notes. The second test provides further practice.
A detailed feedback report is emailed within 3-5 working days and includes scores for both tests and average score. Students have the opportunity to ask questions at the end of the session, which can last up to one hour.
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Students attending an online 11 Plus Mock Music Test experience one test. This is a simulation of the Music Aptitude Test including narrative and types of music test examples used. The Mock Music Test is marked directly afterwards and detailed feedback is provided upon request, this is particularly helpful if further targeted practice in needed. There is a question and answer session once the test is completed.
Our online Mock Music Tests are approximately 45 minutes in length and are designed for those students that prefer smaller groups. They provide instant results and are easily accessible. Online Mock Music Tests are available to all students in and around Hertfordshire and throughout the UK, they run on the 4th Saturday and Sunday of each month starting from January 2022.
In our experience students who attend 11 Plus Mock Music Tests on a regular basis are more likely to build confidence and gain greater insight into the ‘real thing’. Attendance can be in person, online or a combination of both.
All 11 Plus Music Tests staff are checked by the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS).