I know that the teachers have the percentage results for the mocks, but after the 'real' test will the results indicate whether it's a high or low level 5.
The reason I ask is, our D just scrapped a place at KE, but we know that she didn't do her best (I think she misread the NVR section, as she thought this section was really easy, but she did quite badly in it!) - all that said, we are very happy that she has passed and managed to gain a place (which wasn't easy, long story!).
However, I am slightly worried that her new school will under-rate her due to her low score, and therefore, hope that they take into account her sats results (assuming that she performs well
She achieved 100 % in maths and Science in her lastest mocks (her teacher said that she would have put her forward for the level 6 paper if it still existed!), which is a 5a.
Do you know if her new school will have her standardised scores, opposed to just a level 5 (which would put her in the top 10 %, and hopefully contribute to the school not just seeing her as borderline!!)?
Thanks for any responses.