I know how the Medway test is marked (Maths, Literacy & VR all out of a maximum 140, with the standardised scores in Maths & Literacy having a weighting of double and the VR counting once) but has anybody any indication of what score is typically required to achieve the higher end marks?
I have ben following a thread on the Kent forum where there is some talk of 75-80% correct being sufficient to achieve 140 but I unsure as to how the Kent scores work in comparison to the Medway score.
I have also seen a previous thread in relation to maths that suggested 12/50 was sufficient to achieve a good maths score.
Help!!! - Anybody out there to aid a confused mum!
I vaguely remember the maths score thread. However, as I recall, it was suggested that the score of 12/50 was the lowest score achieved by a child that reached the overall pass mark, and assumed that his/her overall score was pulled up by good marks in the other papers.