If they took 387 last year does that mean as the pass mark went down by 40 then the 387 should go down by 40 too, or does it not work like that? I have heard the marks are more bunched up this year? Was 387 the mark after all the different rounds of allocations?
Would be good to know where the bunching is, it will depend on the distribution of scores from 320 - 420, if the majority of scores are for example under 380, then anyone with a score above that should be in with a very good chance for super selective.
From the results in my DC school that I am aware of, there seems to be a bunch at around 375-395 and a bunch around 325-340, I wonder if this is typical across schools? The maths seems to have caught a lot of people out!