Just wondered if realistically to win an appeal for non qualification your score would need to be within a few marks of the qualifying score orif with some mitigating circumstances a win may be possible with more than 10 below?
I can't speak for Sale, but generally speaking I believe this to be so.
I always find the statistics published by Bucks fascinating.http://www.elevenplusexams.co.uk/appeal ... aneous#e29
(scroll down to 'f')
The qualifying score here is 121.
116/117 - 120 would probably be considered borderline.
It is likely that those successful appeals with scores below 110 (6.3%) must have had very strong extenuating circumstances as well as compelling academic evidence.