Not necessarily, every Age Standardisation is different - it varies with with exam type, cohort and the difficulty of the test.
If you want to see some real world examples of Age Standardisation take a look a the following spreadsheets published on the QCA web site. These relate to years 3, 4 & 5 testing and Key Stage 2 tests
If you search around the site you will find other examples.
Just a point of clarification, in many of the tables at the low and high end you will see that no score is given and that *** is used.
You should read the corresponding quote given
Very low and very high standardised scores are printed in the tables as ***. This means that they would be below 70 or above 140, but cannot be calculated with the necessary degree of statistical reliability. If an exact score is needed, for example to calculate an average for the class, 69 or 141 should be used for these children.
This explains for example why there are often a lot of scores of 140 or 141 in 11+ tests.
Hope this helps