Of course you'll get the mark! How else would you know how well your child had done and, therefore, be able to make a decision on which schools to go for?
I was thinking that they might only tell you if you have 'passed' rather than the score. But then each school has a different pass mark. I suppose they could tell you if you've passed for each school you've ticked on the application form.
I also wonder if appeals will then be split - 1 for failing to pass exam, another later in the year for passing but failing to get into the school 'cause it's full.
The reason they have a pass mark rather than just a yes/no, is in case they don't get enough children getting the pass mark - they would only be obliged to take those over it, even if that meant less places filled at the school.