hi mad mum,
thanks for your reply.
i have read yours and other posts previously and been reassured by them.
regarding equal preference,this of course is good if you also live in the catchment area of a good comprehensive you are in a win win situation,however what if you don,t ???
competition for that grammar school place is now going to be greater.
dd took the mock at dhsb this year and she too did not score too much higher than the pass mark. she is determined to go to dhsg though and i,m sure will do her best in january.
she goes to a tutor for one hour a week and we do a vr and maths paper per weekend alternating them.
have you any advice about silly mistakes?
she usually makes four or five and then tells you the right answer straight away!!!!