Mittleme, Sutton has some commentary about the exams and the percentage that is likely to demonstrate selective ability in each area: http://www.suttongrammar.sutton.sch.uk/ ... ests.shtml
Did your child score higher at English? Or higher at Maths? If your child was weaker in one paper, can they remember general topics they found difficult? Or did they leave the room during the exam, or finish early? Exam technique is important.
If not, how are they doing in other test papers for the weaker subject at home? When you mark papers, do you go through the questions they got wrong one by one so they would understand them the next time? If there are still shaky areas, that's where you need to focus. Timing is important, but a fast pace isn't enough on its own.
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