Firstly, many congratulations to all those who have gained a place a St Olaves; it's a very competitive exam and hence a great achievement to have gained a place. Well done! Secondly, I can also confirm that last year details of exam scores in both components of the exam were provided upon request. However, if rank position is all the school is currently providing then that could still be a relatively accurate guide as to the likelihood of eventually being offered a place - in fact it is the rank position that determines the probability of receiving an offer rather than the score per se. Historical data on offers going back by about 3-4 years would suggest, and I emphaises merely suggest, that any candidate whose rank position is not lower than 150 may stand a reasonably good chance of receiving an offer- eventually. This is not of course to imply that the waiting list will not move lower that 150. Of course things change from year to year and one cannot be certain, but it might nevertheless provide some solace for all those anxious parents out there(?)
Bear in mind of course that many candidates who have been successful at St Olaves may well have been successful at other super selective grammar schools (Wilsons for example) and St Olaves may not be their 1st preference, in addition to the fact that a number of students may end up taking the private route, which will also create movement down the waiting list.
As for the school itself, it's an excellent place with lots of extra-curricular opportunities - sport, drama, chess club, debating societies etc. My son is in year 7 and is thoroughly enjoying his experience.