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  • Thinking Skills Past Papers from Cambridge Assessment
    11-Jan-2021 | 10:56 AM
    Dear Year 6 Parents,
     
    If you're looking for a high level of thinking skills questions, you may be interested in Cambridge International AS and A Level past papers at the download links below.
     
    Cambridge International AS and A Level Thinking Skills (9694) past papers
    (multiple-choice question parts only)
     
    Year Test I (May&June) Test II (October&November)
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    You may also check additional past papers below that were developed and administered on behalf of the University of Oxford by Cambridge Assessment.
     
    Cambridge Assessemnt past paper for University of Oxford
    (multiple-choice question parts only)
     
      Test Answers
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    DISCLAIMER
    All the above materials are for advisory purposes only. They do not represent content of actual selective high school placement tests conducted by the NSW Department of Education in 2021.
     
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