Thanks for that info but how do they get those score, if say the maths had 60 questions, NVR 80 etc? How many questions would they have to get correct?
If you look at The Judd School's website - they explain the standardisation very clearly. It's in the admissions/Kent tests 2007 section. However, if you want an example of this years test, I can tell you what my son's standardised scores related to in terms of the actual raw scores on the paper. On both the NVR and VR, he got the top score of 140 but had 17 wrong on one and 13 on another. He got a score 127 on the maths but got 17 wrong (out of 50). As a general rule, it seems you have to get around 50% of every paper right to secure a pass. It may sound easy but the pressure on the day really makes a difference. My son had never made this number of mistakes in his practice papers, so I feel a certain standard does have to be reached to get through the actual tests. It's all relative. He had said that the maths paper was one of the easiest he had ever done but it just shows you what pressure can do! He is also one of the eldest, so had no extra points added.