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Jasmeet, Parent
Aug 05, 2013

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The way in which mathematics is taught to children has been the subject of much debate in recent years, with many parents raising concerns about the teaching methods in UK schools. The new maths National Curriculum, which was introduced in 2014, went some way to addressing these concerns. It introduced a more structured approach to teaching maths as part of a drive to improve standards. However, parents are still asking how they can help reinforce what their children have learnt in maths lessons at school.

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In February last year Graeme Paton, the Education Editor at The Telegraph, posted an article on the high number of applications per grammar school place. (http://www.telegraph.co.uk/education/educationnews/10668618/School-admissions-up-to-12-pupils-compete-for-each-place.html). He states that grammar schools are seeing up to twelve children sit the 11+ exam for every available place.

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Many grammar schools require applicants to sit non-verbal reasoning tests. If your child is sitting a CEM (Centre for Evaluation and Monitoring) test, it will have a non-verbal reasoning component. GL (Granada Learning) Assessment non-verbal reasoning tests are also used by some grammar schools. It is important to check the details of any tests your child might have to sit before considering their preparation.

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You only need to Google 'revision tips' in order to discover a plethora of advice on how to tackle revision and find strategies to help optimise what has been taught during lessons. Revision always involves a combination of memorisation and the application of all one has learnt to specific questions.

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The University of Kent defines non-verbal reasoning (NVR) as 'the ability to understand and analyse visual information and solve problems using visual reasoning'. It also states that the development of this particular skill 'enables students to analyse and solve complex problems without relying upon, or being limited by, language skills'.

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