My son scored 107 in the 2010 11+, but was expected to do well enough to pass. He is the eldest in the class, born Sept 1st. My question is, what was his raw score likely to have been / what points were lost ?
We've no way of knowing, but, to give you a very rough idea, my guess would be that if he'd been 6 months younger (average age), and if this had been a nationally standardised VR test, he might well have scored around 110.
Although we are relaxed about his score and feel the local Upper School will be good for him, it would still be interesting to see his papers. Is this possible under the Freedom of Information Act.
It's Data Protection rather than Freedom of Information, but no, not in your LA. They will, however, do a remark and analysis - for a fee.
Lastly, my son's school performed very badly overall in the 11+ with an overall pass rate of 12% (5% for boys). Is there a league table of school pass levels in Bucks. Maybe I am paranoid, but there seems to be a chinese style 'wall of secrecy' at every level - school, county etc.
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