The only information that is available about last year's test is the detail that was provided by KEMum via her daugther who had a good memory:-
(Note: my son had forgotten completely what was in the test!!)
My daughter explained:
10 mins proof reading
10 mins word recognition with definitions
25 mins maths and verbal reasoning
15 mins break
10 mins non verbal
20 minutes maths
15 answering questions on proof reading and finding the meaning of made up words.
She said that the words were hard - ie meaning of words - inaugurate was one, and pompous another. However, in my experience children struggle terribly with word meanings. Maths - some was easy and some was hard. For example, how long did it take to fill different sizes of containers? Something like that, now I think that is harder than NFER papers which we practised - she is very good at maths, so if it was hard, I believe her. She was getting 90ish% on NFER. The words were 81 in 10 mins.
So in each 45 min test there will be a series of questions which will be classified as either Eng/VR, Non Verbal Reasoning or Numerical/Maths. Questions of the same type will be added together and a raw score produced. Te total number of questons of each type shouldbe similar to the total number I mentioned in my previous response.
Once you have the raw scores for each category these are age standardised (see a section about standardisation on this web site - there is a link from the home page)
The key thig to note about standardisation process is that it is a statistical proces that varies from exam to exam and year to year. So you can't state accurately what the standardised score is for a particular raw score for a child of a paticular age. However, what you can predict is that the standardisation process wil be very benefitial for your child as he is very young (August Birthday). The spread in raw scores cold be as much as 5-6% for children at opposite age extremes for the same Standardised score. So if you child is scoring well in NFER tests that sounds good news.
I hope this helps you on your way. Look through posts before Nov last year for trends.