I also wonder how many will have sat for AGS who don't plan to accept a place, ie used the consortium as a practise for later eleven plus exams, and also whether, if the cut off point of say 309 is for everyone who sat the consortium test on the same day or only those who put AGS as first place?
So what is the cut off for other members of the consortium? Wghs, Nghs, Qmgs and Qmhs? Do those affect each other in any way?
My QMGS letter says
"scores ranged from 185 - 420 lowest admitted last year 318"
"so if your son ... achieved a score above, equal to or close to (318) we strongly recommend... "
I am eagerly awaiting the KES results not because we want a B'ham school, but because he only sat for Walsall - I am worried about all the people saying they might have to use their "back up plan" (of Walsall) - Some of us actually want their child to go there you know !!