Selective Eligibility Test – 2020 entry
The online registration system for the Selective Eligibility Test being held in September 2019 has now closed. No late registrations are accepted.
Advice relating to the SET Test
The SET is made up of two papers; a multiple-choice maths paper and a multiple-choice English paper. Candidates record their answers on a separate answer sheet by filling in a lozenge-shape for answer A, B, C, D or E. You can download an example of the answer sheet below. If candidates change their mind about the answer, they need to rub out as fully as possible the wrong answer and replace it with the new answer. The exam papers take between 40 and 50 minutes each and there is a rest and toilet break between the two.
You download examples of the sorts of questions asked for both the English and maths Selective Eligibility Tests from the bottom of this page.