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 Post subject: Bond Scores and Queen MaryPosted: Fri Sep 25, 2015 8:15 pm

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I just very quickly tapped in the average bond scores that DD was achieving, namely 80% average - (higher on maths but lower on NVR) to be fair she was occasionally and regularly at 85% and sometimes less frequently at 90%+), using the Magic MSD / Bob 1892 formula.

Using a cohort average of 55% and a standard deviation of 15, the score came out just 2.5 points above the actual standardised score, we received today. MSD we know each others score does this match your Sons or was he using diff materials?? PM if you want me to share detail breakdowns. It is a bit frustrating because as I have posted previously we did not collect detail breakdowns on 1st July, rather had fun post test meal in Walsall Frankie and Bennies.

I have updated and ironed away some of the very conservative % I have given to each section on DD's King Edward paper, as I am hopeful she might scrape 220+ on the KE. Which if correct will free up a space for QMHS

Obviously it will be a far less stressful wait having got today's result. I think this type of stuff is important, because if it correlates, it helps parents not push too much and equally gives you an idea, if your behind

The only other thought I have tonight is that it was really hard keeping up the momentum over the summer, so wonder how that will play out in the Kind Edward cohort averages. I would love to know or be able to explain why DD did not panic in the Queen Mary and then went nuts on the first two sections of the KE, missing 19 questions out. !!!

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 Post subject: Re: Bond Scores and Queen MaryPosted: Fri Sep 25, 2015 8:31 pm

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Petitpois wrote:
I just very quickly tapped in the average bond scores that DD was achieving, namely 80% average - (higher on maths but lower on NVR) to be fair she was occasionally and regularly at 85% and sometimes less frequently at 90%+), using the Magic MSD / Bob 1892 formula.

Using a cohort average of 55% and a standard deviation of 15, the score came out just 2.5 points above the actual standardised score, we received today. MSD we know each others score does this match your Sons or was he using diff materials?? PM if you want me to share detail breakdowns. It is a bit frustrating because as I have posted previously we did not collect detail breakdowns on 1st July, rather had fun post test meal in Walsall Frankie and Bennies.

I have updated and ironed away some of the very conservative % I have given to each section on DD's King Edward paper, as I am hopeful she might scrape 220+ on the KE. Which if correct will free up a space for QMHS

Obviously it will be a far less stressful wait having got today's result. I think this type of stuff is important, because if it correlates, it helps parents not push too much and equally gives you an idea, if your behind

The only other thought I have tonight is that it was really hard keeping up the momentum over the summer, so wonder how that will play out in the Kind Edward cohort averages. I would love to know or be able to explain why DD did not panic in the Queen Mary and then went nuts on the first two sections of the KE, missing 19 questions out. !!!

Remember Pp- my dd missed 28 qs & still got 240+
Accuracy is essential regardless of qs missed (to a point!)
Chill out & have a drink or two tonight

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 Post subject: Re: Bond Scores and Queen MaryPosted: Fri Sep 25, 2015 8:54 pm

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had one and now that you say it i'll crack another open, cos we do deserve it.

cheers.

regards

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 Post subject: Re: Bond Scores and Queen MaryPosted: Fri Sep 25, 2015 9:07 pm

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Petitpois wrote:
had one and now that you say it i'll crack another open, cos we do deserve it.

cheers.

regards

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 Post subject: Re: Bond Scores and Queen MaryPosted: Fri Sep 25, 2015 9:11 pm

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Petitpois wrote:
had one and now that you say it i'll crack another open, cos we do deserve it.

cheers.

regards

Yeah, you do really deserve it. Enjoy the moment.

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