So with a score of 118 NPR 89 does that mean he is in top 11 per cent nationally?
Should you be looking for scores above 121?
Ideally, the higher the better, so yes. However, it's up to individual panel members to decide what is acceptable. Some (possibly a minority) might be satisfied with 121, others might be looking for scores in the mid-120s.
Theoretically your child could be in top 30 per cent nationally but has to be top 30 per cent in Bucks is this correct?
No. You can't compare a national test like CATs with a locally standardised test like the Bucks 11+. The standard of the Bucks 11+ is said to be much higher,
Also have scores of 127,123 and 112 but don't have NPR for these.Anyone know how I can convert/find these figures?
The table at the end of B28 will give you an idea:http://www.elevenplusexams.co.uk/appeal ... cation#b28
Child had Quantative 116 one year and 127 the next .I am wondering why that would vary by as much as 11 points.
A single test is not always reliable.http://www.elevenplusexams.co.uk/appeal ... ication#b4