We often use the word `juggling’ to describe a sense of wonder at how some people (mainly mums?) are able to manage a busy life of home, children, school, work, social and friends.
The word has roots in Latin, French and Old English. So it looks as many people have had to cope with `keeping a number of balls in the air. The first rule is never to look at your hands.
Then add the third ball. Do this one hundred times.
Adding in work with Eleven Plus papers is no more complex than adding another ball.
I would rather cope with a verbal reasoning question than try to juggle with a trio of chainsaws!