I was just browsing the internet, as you do, and I stumbled across some example tests for an eleven plus exam. I went to Oxford and got a good degree (I only mention this as I think it means I must have once been reasonably bright) but I found some of the tests really hard! And I also disagreed with the reasoning given on several of them. They were looking for patterns but to my mind there wasn't enough information. You could have chosen their answer, or you could perfectly well have made a case for some of the other answrs. Except that for a child that wouldn't be an option as they're multiple guess. I assume that with practice you get better at this type of test. I suspect that at eleven I would have failed miserably. But part of the reason would have been that I clearly don't think like the person setting the test. Or am i just thick?