Posting scores in some areas is irrelevant as all that is needed is a pass and if there are any oversubscription problems then it comes down to the distance - so people posting high scores often just look like they are boasting and making those have not got great news feel even worse...
In areas where the score does matter, then it is OK to discuss them but only if it is genuinely for advice / trying to assess where your child fits in the range etc - not just to boast!
Yoyo's advice from 2 years ago: (I needed to check on what the local expert had said!!)
Scores are a crucial factor in the allocation of school places in Kent. If you need to ask a question about your child's score, and "will it be good enough", you are most welcome to do so.
Otherwise we ask you to refrain from posting actual scores, because this could be considered to be "boasting", especially by others who have been less fortunate.
Thank you for your cooperation.