Academic Assessments Identify your child’s potential

Planning for the future

How is your child doing at school? Which areas do they need to work on? And how do they compare to other pupils? Whatever stage your child is at, our online Academic Assessments can give you helpful insights into their potential.

Typically, parents use our online Academic Assessments to help them:

  • Discover their child’s hidden strengths and weaknesses
  • See their child’s current and potential levels of attainment
  • Compare their child’s performance with other children of the same age

Assessments for children taking 7+ or 11+ exams

Parents want their children to go to a school where they will be happy and fulfil their potential. However, they often have no information to help them make that all-important choice. Our online Academic Assessments provide detailed insights that support parents when they are deciding which school would be best for their child.

Assessments for teenagers approaching GCSEs, A levels and the IB

In secondary school, parents may wish to identify the cause of any academic stumbling blocks and accurately predict the outcomes of their child’s exams. Academic Assessments at this stage enable meaningful discussions about school transfers, sixth form college options and resits.

How assessments work

Children take the online Academic Assessment in modules, which can be taken in any order, with breaks in between. Questions adapt to become harder or easier, depending on how many the child gets right. It never feels too hard or too easy, so is usually a stress-free, enjoyable experience.

Afterwards, you will receive a detailed report about your child, plus a follow-up meeting or phone call with an experienced teacher to discuss the results.

School choices and your 11+ campaign

We can offer you guidance on future school choices and, where appropriate, provide an action plan for your 11+ campaign.

To find out more about how a Mentor Academic Assessment could help you and your child, please get in touch.

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