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PostPosted: Fri Mar 06, 2009 11:41 am 
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I've just received my Pupil Audit report from Watford Boys.

Apparently the lowest mark for entry under the test criterion this year is 247.

My child scored 246!

I'm just wondering if anyone knows the level of movement on the lists?

Are there any that get in from rejected places. I just don't want to get my hopes up.

But right now I'm close to devastated


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I have no experience of waiting lists myself as this is the 1st year we've had to go through this but looking at the admission stats on one of the stickies on this forum...

in 2005 and 2006 the lowest score in September was 2 lower than the one at initial allocations in March.

2007 there was a difference of 6 marks.
The 2008 figures for September aren't on the sticky so I have no idea.

So it would seem that in past years you would have had a good chance of getting a place.

Did the Boys Grammar give you an indication of where you are on the continued interest list or how likely it would be that your son got an offer of a place?

Alison


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I've been told that we won't know our place on the list until after the 16th March deadline to accept places.


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