RECKON you are smarter than Prince George? You can now try your hand at his exam questions to put yourself through your paces.
Dad-of-three William shared during an Earthshot speech: “Catherine is very sorry she can’t be here. She is helping George through his first set of major exams.”
The 10-year-old prince is due to sit his ISEB exams, which consist of English, Maths, Verbal, and Non-Verbal reasoning.
The ISEB exams are similar to the 11+ and Prince George’s results will be sent to prospective secondary schools to see if he can gain a place there.
“There are students in the public eye who Eton rejects even with a similar standing to Prince George and so Eton is probably one of the only schools in the country where they don’t need donations, they need the best students that they can possibly get.
“For Eton, you have the pre-test to begin with, and Jonathan Perry, the headmaster of Lambrook will provide him a letter and providing the reference is strong and he scores a decent score in the ISEB pre-test of around 124 which would be quite safe. So providing he scores 124ish in the test, it is likely he will be invited back for the Eton test.”
The first set of ISEB tests take place after the October half term, and James predicted a second stage test for George would take place “in late April early May as well as an interview at the college.”
So with that in mind, how do you reckon you’d fare when faced with ISEB questions like George?
1) Verbal reasoningYou can find the code for WISE in this question?[/caption]
2) MathsCan you figure out Jack’s age?[/caption]
3) Non-verbal reasoningWhich pattern goes next in the sequence?[/caption]
1) Verbal reasoningDid you manage to get the correct answer?[/caption]
2) MathsDid you get the correct result for Jack’s age?[/caption]
3) Non-verbal reasoningDid you manage to figure out what went next in the sequence?[/caption]
Earlier this year, George was shown around prestigious Eton College yesterday — suggesting he is set to follow in his father’s footsteps.
If he wishes to go to Eton, where pupils start aged 13, they must act fast.
Parents of prospective pupils have to register an interest three years in advance as the school is so sought-after and George will be ten next month.
William and Kate, both 41, moved from Kensington Palace to Adelaide Cottage in Windsor last summer so the children would be nearer the school.
Windsor Castle is only a short walk from Eton, which was founded in 1440 by King Henry VI.
There have been rumours the Wales’s were also considering Kate’s former school, Marlborough College, Wilts, for their children’s education.