When my daughter took it a couple of years ago, she came out and said the maths was ok, the English quite hard but better than expected and the VR was awful. She reckoned she had only answered half the paper.
At school on Monday many pupils were saying how it had all been ok and they thought they had done enough to pass.
A grammar school place for our daughter but none among those who had found it easy and they were a pretty bright bunch of juniors.
Interestingly, a friend of mine told me, when I had advised her that daughter had found some of it so hard, that she expected our daughter would be fine and probably get enough marks because she had found that whenever in her life she thought she had done badly, it was always the opposite.
You just can't tell.
as you have already been through the process - do you know how the scoring system works. I understand that it is weighted 50:25:25. but how does that relate to the maximum score of 390. It surely can't be 130 for each subject due to that fact that vr carries 50% of the marks so would surely be worth 197 points. are maths and english out of 90 points each......