all makes sense
"However, 60 to 65% in the CEM test does not compare to the scores children achieve at home or in a mock exam based on GL assessments practice papers or practice papers of similar difficulties."
could you add any more logic to this. There must be some correlation between your bond scores and your ability to achieve a raw score on CEM
That's a difficult one to answer PP, but I hope this has lifted your mood and you are looking forward to the rank order for your DC
I can only give you figures based on our experience. Our eldest was consistently achieving 90%+ on bond and the rest. On the Bond 10 minute NVR he always managed to finish in around 5 minutes without dropping a mark. His final score in QM Walsall was 371 and ranked 31st (around 75% to 80% raw), and in KE he achieved 235 (around 65% to 70% raw).
And going back I now feel he did a lot better in QM as there was no pressure on him (back up for us), but for KE his nerves played a part. Our tutor predicted around 245 for KE and she is generally spot on!