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- n. Alternative form of eleven plus.
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- n. an examination taken by 11 and 12 year old students in England to select suitable candidates for grammar school; -- now no longer used.
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- n. (formerly in Britain) an examination taken by 11 and 12 year old students to select suitable candidates for grammar school
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The combined population of New Hampshire, Massachusetts and Connecticut is 11,300,000, quite a bit more than 260,000, and yet those 260,000 are about to make a decision that could have tremendous impact on the lives of those other eleven-plus million.
I'm no sustainability expert, but in the eleven-plus years I've called Denver home, I've watched us undergo some significant paradigm shifts.
I\'m no sustainability expert, but in the eleven-plus years I\'ve called Denver home, I\'ve watched us undergo some significant paradigm shifts.
Tony flaig bignews said: "Simply put many middleclass parents, shell out good money, for one reason, to get their little brats coached into passing the eleven-plus"
Simply put many middleclass parents, shell out good money, for one reason, to get their little brats coached into passing the eleven-plus, either at tin pot schools or with extra tuition, thus cheating the system.
I attended the local Catholic elementary (grade) school, and later, following a successful performance in the "eleven-plus" examination which I took rather earlier than most, transferred to the College of the Sacred Heart in Wimbledon
John had passed his eleven-plus to get in but, once there, he did no academic work and was put in the bottom stream.
There's so much rubbish talked about the eleven-plus.
Mr. Law resents this greatly, as I'm one of only four boys to pass the eleven-plus examination in the whole class.
At the age of eleven, students had to take an exam known as the eleven-plus which would decide whether or not they went on to a grammar school or to a secondary modern school.
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