It's that time of the year when school children in Year 6 sit down to take the nerve-racking SATs exam.
Meanwhile parents have spent months telling their children these are the most important tests they will sit, of course until the next ones come along.
But if you had to take the test now, how well do you think you would do?
Well, if you think you know your nouns from your adverbs then why not try this quiz designed for children aged 11.
Birmingham Mail with the help of Claire Fyfe who runs Bright Sparks Tuition in Coleshill, put together this sample test in the summer term last year.
It was around the same time as the new, more rigorous SATs papers for English and maths were developed to reflect the new national curriculum.
So as 11-year-old girls and boys prepare to sit tests in reading, maths and SPAG (spelling, punctuation and grammar) - see how well you would score.
Take this sample SATs test to find out:
How well did you do? Passed with flying colours or need to go back to school with your children?