Selective high schools are Government schools cater for academically gifted students with high potential that helps them to learn by grouping them with students of similar ability, using specialised teaching methods and materials.
The Selective High School Placement Test is the standardised test that all New South Wales (Australia) Selective School applicants sit to qualify for Year 7 placement in a selective high school. Students sit the test when they are in Year 6. It is designed to challenge even the most gifted of students to ensure they have the skills and knowledge to flourish at a Selective School.
The test consists of four sections and is structured as follows:
|Mathematical reasoning||40||35||Multiple choice|
|Thinking skills||40||40||Multiple choice|
Our tutors focus on the basic concepts required, together with mock tests conducted time to time.
Being a test to be completed within a given time limit, the duration spending on each question is very important. Our tutors focus on a training methodology that helps to develop a skill combining speed and accuracy.