I'm not sure!
The RGS website appears to be a year out of date:
ADMISSIONS POLICY SEPTEMBER 2005
Up to the end of October, first priority will be given to those on the waiting list as administered by Buckinghamshire County Council as a result of the 11+ procedure and part of the co-ordinated scheme.
A waiting list will be maintained from the end of October by the RGS until the end of the first year, ie until 31st August 2006 for admissions into Year 7 for the academic year 2005/06. If places become available during that period or for the beginning of the following academic year the school will test all those seeking admission for that year group and places allocated subject to results of this procedure as indicated below. No places will be offered unless and until the number of boys in the year has fallen below the standard admission numbers of 182 day boys.
In other words, for year 7 entry it looks on the surface as if in 2005/06 RGS took over responsibility for testing from BCC after
However, the Bucks Late Transfer booklet says that the BCC LT process applies from year 7 after the normal September admission date
. Logically one might have expected the RGS late transfer procedure to begin at the same time.
Someone might like to contact Admissions to ask them to clarify at exactly what point they hand over testing to RGS.
There is also the issue of who can be tested via the LT procedure. BCC's view is that only children moving into the area can be considered for year 7 entry. Is RGS allowed to act differently?