The eleven-plus is an exam set for students in the U.K. in the last year of their primary school education. The name comes from the age group of 1st-year students in secondary school, which is eleven to twelve years.
The aim of the exam is to check if a student is fit for grammar, secondary modern, or even a technical school, by testing their ability to solve various types of problems. It is similar to an IQ test, as it is a general test for intelligence, just that it has an additional test for skills taught through the primary curriculum.
Find out if you would’ve passed this test meant for 10 year olds in the past. Answer at least half of the questions correctly and you get to move on to secondary level in grammar school.