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PostPosted: Sun Jan 13, 2008 1:13 am 
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Hello, can anybody out there give me any info on how they account for a child with an August birthday? My daughter was only 10 on 24th August, many of her friends taking the 11+ are older, 3 of them are almost 12 months older than her. How do they account for this with scores etc. Will she be given extra points or something?

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Bev


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I understand from other posts from last year, that children are measured
against those of the same age.

There is also info from last year showing that indeed children of a lower age are given an allowance in points scored for age.

hope this helps

cindy


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Thanks Cindy
Bev


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