We help students prepare for Opportunity Class (OC) in New South Wales for entry into Year 5 and 6. Subjects include English, Mathematics, and General Ability.
We also help prepare for Selective Schools in New South Wales, SEAL, scholarship tests,
entry tests for private schools and other similar tests. Subjects include English, Mathematics, General Ability, and Written Expression.
It is difficult for students and parents to prepare for
entrance examinations. Due to the
competitive nature of these tests, it is essential to set up regular practise
sessions to improve your student's skills gradually. Parents need as much guidance in
this area as they can possibly get. This guidance and support was
not easy to come by, until now.
Tell me more about the OC (Y5) tests
Our tests contain 35 questions that are to be completed within 30 minutes.
All tests contain a mixture of questions in Mathematics, General Ability and
Reading Comprehension. The tests are modelled after the NSW Opportunity Class (OC) Test.
These tests can be used, not only by NSW students, but by students in all
Australian states that are preparing their children for curriculum at this level.
Tell me more about the Selective (Y7) tests
The four subjects that we cover are:
- General Ability, and
- Written Expression
There are numerous practice tests in English, Mathematics and General Ability.
Essay competitions are held multiple times every year.
The practice tests are modelled after the NSW Selective High School Test.
Who should join SelectiveTests?
Students and their parents who have decided to prepare for these tests. It is important to
understand that parent involvement is highly recommended in this process. SelectiveTests may
be used to supplement tuitions and private tutoring or as an addition to a
self-study program. SelectiveTests can also be helpful to students Grade 3
through 7 who simply desire to improve their ability in the offered subjects.
When should I sign up?
Given the competitiveness of the entrance examination, students
often begin preparation well in advance. For the Year 7 test,
most students begin while they are in grade 5. For the Year 5 test, students
often begin in grade 4. Sign up now.
There are less than six months left to prepare, is it too late for me to get started?
No! While many students begin preparation a year in advance,
successful students have begun with much less time. SelectiveTests will help
you use your time efficiently by helping you identify areas to focus on.