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Will be studying with my son for entrance to the Sutton area grammar schools, which is examined by Selective Eligibility Test.
I am still a bit confused as to how the SET exams sit, when compared to the GL and CEM exams.
I can find lots of resources for GL and CEM, but very few trusted ones for the SET.
Would the SET have closer similarities to the GL, or to the CEM exam, or is it completely distinct?
I would like to know this so that I can make an informed choice of what materials I need to purchase.
Thank you all!
same question here
did u find an answer?
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