OK so we are bang in the middle of the AGS waiting list with a score of 211. I know there are 15 other kids with the same score in South Warwks. Does anyone have info as to how many have 212 or 213?
Admissions today said we could call next Monday for more info about where they are on the list.
I had expected her to be waiting but before today was fairly confident of a place on the basis of ranking etc. However the AQS of 214 seems to be higher than expected (i thought 212/213) so I am now more pessimistic.
I am also worrying more about whether it means grammar wouldn't suit her. She is currently teacher assesed at 5A's across the board, and working towards L6 SATS. I would have thought ability wise that should mean she could cope with grammar but am doubting everything at the moment! What does anyone else think?
Of course none of this is being projected onto DD - incredibly proud of her and mighty relieved to have been offered Henley without an appeal even though we are out of area.
To have achieved a score in that range (and certainly one in the tiny waiting list range), along with the teacher assessed levels should mean that she will be fine (and will no doubt flourish) in a GS.
Warks CC gave me this info this morning - not sure whether it will help or not:
Qualifying score for AGS = 214
Ranking for 214 = 389th out of 1114 (1097 in Oct)
Lowest score offered to date for AGS = 213
Ranking for 213 = 399th out of 1114
Minimum waiting list score for AGS = 209
Ranking for 209 = 458th out of 1114
I have my fingers crossed for you that a quick offer comes.