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Are you worried about your child’s chances of getting into their dream school? Our online preparation classes can help give them the competitive edge they need to succeed on the Victorian Selective Test.

Our experienced instructors will guide your child through a comprehensive review of the key concepts and skills covered on the test, including verbal reasoning, numerical reasoning, reading comprehension, and problem-solving. Through interactive practice questions and activities, your child will have the opportunity to apply and reinforce their knowledge, as well as learn valuable test-taking strategies. Plus, with individualised support and additional practice materials, your child will have all the tools they need to succeed on the Victorian Selective Test.

Don’t let stress and anxiety hold your child back from reaching their full potential. Enrol them in Scholarly online preparation classes and give them the confidence and skills they need to succeed.

curriculum of our Comprehensive Melbourne Online Classes

Verbal Reasoning:

  • Review and practice synonym and antonym questions: These types of questions test your vocabulary and ability to understand the relationships between words. To prepare for these questions, review lists of common synonyms and antonyms and practice applying them in context.
  • Review and practice analogy questions: These questions test your ability to understand relationships between ideas. To prepare for these questions, review lists of common analogy relationships (such as “hot is to cold as summer is to winter”) and practice identifying the relationships in given pairs of words.
  • Review and practice word association questions: These questions test your ability to understand the relationships between words. To prepare for these questions, review lists of common word associations (such as “night is to day as black is to white”) and practice identifying the relationships in given pairs of words.
  • Practice identifying the main idea and supporting details in texts: To prepare for these types of questions, practice identifying the most important information in a given text and distinguish it from supporting details.
  • Practice making inferences based on the information provided: To prepare for these types of questions, practice using the information provided in a text to draw logical conclusions and make educated guesses about things that are not explicitly stated.

Numerical Reasoning:

  • Review and practice basic math skills: To prepare for this section, review and practice arithmetic, algebra, and geometry concepts.
  • Practice solving word problems: To prepare for this type of question, practice applying math concepts to real-world situations and carefully reading and interpreting the information provided in the problem.

Reading Comprehension:

  • Review and practice identifying the main idea: To prepare for this type of question, practice identifying the most important information in a given text and distinguish it from supporting details.
  • Review and practice identifying supporting details: To prepare for this type of question, practice identifying the specific details that support the main idea of a text.
  • Review and practice identifying the author’s purpose: To prepare for this type of question, practice identifying the reason why the author wrote a given text (such as to inform, persuade, or entertain).

Problem-Solving:

  • Review and practice critical thinking and problem-solving skills: To prepare for this section, review and practice skills such as pattern recognition and logical reasoning.
  • Practice applying analytical and logical thinking to solve complex problems: To prepare for this type of question, practice breaking down complex problems into smaller, more manageable parts and using analytical and logical thinking to arrive at a solution.

Test-Taking Strategies:

  • Practice pacing yourself and prioritizing questions: To prepare for this, practice managing your time effectively during practice exams and identifying which questions are most important to focus on first.
  • Learn techniques to manage test anxiety: To prepare for this, learn and practice techniques such as deep breathing and positive self-talk to help reduce anxiety and increase focus during the exam.
  • Practice positive self-talk and visualization techniques: To prepare for this, practice boosting your confidence and reducing performance anxiety through positive self-talk and visualization techniques.
  • Learn strategies for tackling different types of questions: To prepare for this, learn and practice strategies such as eliminating incorrect answer choices, making educated guesses, and carefully reading and interpreting questions.

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