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 Post subject: Standardised scores??
PostPosted: Wed Nov 29, 2006 2:37 pm 
Does anyone know if they standardise scores for the 11+ in Essex regarding the childrens date of births? e.g kids may get a better result if born later in the year (although not sure exactly how it works, maybe someone could explain this to me too) And if they do standardise scores how does it all work?


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PostPosted: Wed Nov 29, 2006 3:49 pm 
No. It is not standardised for age in Essex.


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PostPosted: Wed Nov 29, 2006 4:19 pm 
Thankyou for your speedy reply Karen, thats good to know. :)


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JA75 - Redbridge is also in Essex, but 11plus in Redbridge does have standardized scores.


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PostPosted: Wed Nov 29, 2006 7:58 pm 
Bo Peep wrote:
JA75 - Redbridge is also in Essex, but 11plus in Redbridge does have standardized scores.


Redbridge comes under the London Borough of Redbridge. A diferent LEA to Essex and Southend.


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Of course Guest, you are right, but there isn't a Redbridge section on this site so most people (like myself) from Redbridge tend to flit in and out of all areas in the forum and Essex is the closest to home...because we do live in Essex.

Was only mentioning it in case.

When I was new to 11plus I didn't even realise that the test would vary from place to place, and if I had I would have assumed (wrongly) that having an essex address would mean we would be doing the essex paper. :oops:


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Am I correct in thinking that this has now changed and Essex scores are standardised according to date of birth?


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No, not last year at least. To be absolutely sure you could contact CSSE. :)


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