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4 June 2018, 12:38 | Updated: 5 June 2018, 11:54
For many people, just hearing the words '11-Plus exam' sends shivers down the spine.
For others, you may not have even heard of it.
Created back in 1944, the eleven-plus was designed to determine which type of school (out of three) a pupil would attend after primary school.
The best eleven-plus scorers would usually gain a place at a local grammar school.
While secondary technical schools and secondary moderns no longer exist, the eleven-plus is still used in some schools in England and Northern Ireland, with exams divided into verbal reasoning, non-verbal reasoning, Maths and English.
But could you pass the exam if you were tested right now? Try our mini-version below and test your knowledge against a 10-year-old's...