Is your child taking any of the following exams:
- GL or CEM grammar school selection tests?
- Independent (private) school entrance exams or the Common Entrance exams?
Ideal preparation for students seeking 11+ entrance to the following schools and 11 Plus exams that contain CEM-style verbal reasoning questions:
- Nonsuch High School
- Wilson’s School
- Wallington High School for Girls
- Wallington County Grammar School, Sutton Grammar School
- Greenshaw High School
- Tiffin School; and
- The Tiffin Girls’ School.
Prefixes and suffixes are not always covered in depth in the school curriculum, especially in state schools, where preparation for the 11 Plus exams is not part of the school’s remit.
Many children understand what prefixes, suffixes, and root words are, but they often don’t know the meaning of many of the prefixes and suffixes and how they change word meanings.
It is, therefore useful for students to spend time focusing on these, so they are well prepared for their 11 Plus exams.
Geek School’s Common Prefixes, Suffixes and Roots guide are designed to help children prepare for the vocabulary questions in the 11 Plus exams. The guide provides a snapshot of the different prefixes and suffixes, their meanings and examples of words that contain them.
- Popular prefixes
- Number prefixes
- Common suffixes
- Latin root words
Help your child instantly expand word knowledge and see a positive impact on CEM-style verbal reasoning paper results, and other word knowledge questions across all 11 Plus exam papers.