Surely the mods block these threads until after all kids have sat?!We will certainly take action if we are aware of the problem.
Unfortunately, we do not have time to check every single post on the forum, and have to rely on members to report anything that potentially breaches forum rules.
Sending an 'alert' to moderators is easy - just click on the red exclamation mark that appears with every post and PM.
Note that the default is "Offensive remarks
". This can be changed via the drop down list to "Test content revealed inappropriately - forum members thought to be revealing test content without permission
".Our policy on test content is very clear:13. "Can I post information about 11+ test content (e.g. questions my child can recall), or request such information?"
Remember that there may well be sessions for late sitters. As a responsible forum we will not allow anything to be posted that might prejudice the integrity of the test. viewtopic.php?f=9&t=29397This thread has been reported, and will now be closed.
No one should be posting any test content unless a moderator has agreed.
Evidence that it is safe to post should be clear and beyond doubt (e.g. in writing from an authoritative source).
Copyright must be respected.