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PostPosted: Thu Sep 06, 2018 5:34 am 
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Received an offer yesterday for colchs. Very relieved and excited for dd. 24th originally on waiting list. 325.9 I think.


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PostPosted: Thu Sep 06, 2018 1:02 pm 
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You are lucky and so is DD, 24th on the waiting wow and got an offer from CRGS. Many congrats


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PostPosted: Fri Sep 07, 2018 8:57 am 
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Congratulations Chilly123. Wonderful news.

We were in the same situation last year with DD1. With a sudden dash to Coes for uniform but I can report that she has loved every minute of it, is doing really well.

DD2 has just started Y7 too. I think they are looking forward to the Y7 disco at the end of the month.

Wishing your dd all the best on her exciting journey.

SD


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PostPosted: Thu Sep 13, 2018 9:50 am 
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Hi, has anybody know anything about CCHS? My daughter is first on the w/l, but we haven't heard anything yet.


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PostPosted: Thu Sep 13, 2018 11:37 am 
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Hi,

are the figures for post 2014 are absolute numbers out of 60?
Some number do not seem to be correct. e.g. 67 out of 60 for 2018 for English
and 59.9 in maths as a mean also does not seem to be correct.

If you can please check and confirm, it would help parents like us who are in the journey for 2019.


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PostPosted: Thu Sep 13, 2018 2:24 pm 
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anonymparent wrote:
Hi,

are the figures for post 2014 are absolute numbers out of 60?
Some number do not seem to be correct. e.g. 67 out of 60 for 2018 for English
and 59.9 in maths as a mean also does not seem to be correct.

If you can please check and confirm, it would help parents like us who are in the journey for 2019.


I know I've posted an answer to the self same query somewhere, possibly not actually on this thread, though

If you read what Blitz has written, you will see that she has converted scores to percentages, because for 2014 and previously, the English was out of 50 and the maths was out of 40 (actually it was out of 38 for 2008 entry, for some reason) vs each being out of 60 from 2015 entry onwards.

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PostPosted: Sat Oct 13, 2018 12:46 pm 
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CEM exam:

CCHS
i/c 109.85 offered
i/c 107.... offered
i/c 107.33 not offered (1st on the w/l- place offered 19.3.18)
i/c 107.16 not offered (4th on w/l- place offered 23.4.18)
i/c 106.96 not offered (7th on w/l)
i/c 106.80 not offered (8th on the w/l)
i/c 106.50 not offered
i/c 106.45 not offered (12th on w/l)

o/c 117.89 offered
o/c 117.53 not offered (2nd on w/l- place offered 23.3.18)

CSSE exams:

KEGS
i/c 345.13 offered
i/c 337.682 not offered (1st on w/l)
i/c 334.51 not offered (9th on w/l)
i/c 332.75 not offered

o/c 365.256 offered
o/c 360.?? offered
o/c 357.43 not offered
o/c 356.91 not offered (17th on w/l)
o/c 352.89 not offered (29th on w/l)

ColCHS
330.50 offered
329.075 not offered (3rd on w/l, place offered 21.3.18)
328.751 not offered (8th on w/l, place offered 29.3.18)
328 not offered (10th on w/l, place offered 26.4.18)
325.9 not offered (24th on w/l, place offered 6.9.18)

CRGS
336 offered
334.8 not offered (4th on w/l, place offered 26.4.18)
334.51 not offered (6th on w/l, place offered 27.6.18)
334.51 not offered (7th on w/l, place offered 27.6.18- two children with the same score w/l position is decided by distance from the school)
332.75 not offered
326.74 not offered (45th on w/l)
324.74 not offered (57th on w/l)

WHSG
i/c 303 offered

o/c 346 offered
o/c 336.839 not offered (3rd on w/l- offered 28.3.18)
o/c 335 not offered (12th on w/l- offered 3.9.18)
o/c 331.66 not offered (30th on w/l)

WHSB
i/c 303 offered

o/c 337.682 offered
Cut off confirmed by CSSE office as 335
o/c 334.8 not offered (4th on w/l- place offered 28.3.18)
o/c 334.5* not offered (place offered 28.3.18)
o/c 334.51 not offered (8th on w/l- place offered 28.3.18)
o/c 334.19 not offered (9th on w/l -place offered 29.3.18)
o/c 332.75 not offered
o/c 331 not offered (offered Sept 2018)
o/c 329.09 not offered
o/c 326.74 not offered (81st on w/l)

SHSG
i/c 303

o/c 329.654 offered
o/c 329.011 not offered (7th on w/l- offered 12.4.18)
o/c 328.751 not offered (offered 18.4.18)
o/c 324.22 not offered (offered 27.9.18)
o/c 323.6 not offered (50th on w/l)

SHSB
i/c offered

o/c 330.236 offered
Cut off confirmed by CSSE office as 330
o/c 329.59 not offered (6th on the w/l, place offered 3.5.18)
o/c 329.39 not offered (8th on the w/l, place offered 25.5.18)
o/c 329.07 not offered (place offered 6.7.18)
o/c 326.74 not offered (33rd on w/l)

Thank you to all those who have posted scores. Do post waiting list positions etc. when they are released. It really does help everyone to see where the cut-offs are (and also identify any admission mistakes).

Do keep posting scores, especially borderline ones (pm me if you would rather do this anonymously). I will try to update regularly.

Thanks Blitz

Comparing subject scores in 2012-2018 entry

This might be of interest to those preparing children for the 2019 entry exam using historical CSSE papers.Maths mean =

English (% because from 2012 to 2014, the paper was marked out of 50, but from 2015 out of 60)
____________________ 2012 ____ 2013 ___ 2014 ____ 2015 ____2016 ____ 2017 ____2018
mean ________________46.0____ 37.4____ 49.3_____ 55.3 ____ 50.8 ___ 47.2 ____ 67.1
standard deviation ____ 13.8____ 14.2____ 13.8_____ 14.4 ____ 9.2 _____8.1_____ 8.7



Mathematics (% because from 2012 to 2014, the paper was marked out of 40, but from 2015 out of 60)
____________________ 2012 ____ 2013 ___ 2014 ____ 2015 ____2016 ____2017_____2018
mean ________________ 54.1____ 54.6____ 52.1_____ 63.9 ____ 59.9 ____58.3_____54.1
standard deviation _____ 20.4____ 17.7 ____ 20.5 ___ 17.8 _____12.8 ____ 12.0 ____ 11.2


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PostPosted: Mon Oct 22, 2018 11:19 am 
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ToadMum wrote:
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Sonz75 wrote:
4th on i/c wl now offered ( 107.16 )
Oh the relief x

Hi Sonz75, Congratulations! :D
When exactly did you received the offer and how were you contacted? I guess 4th on i/c wl means that she was 4th when the list was first published?
My DD was 7th i/c wl and now moved to 4th (106.96), but it should be 3rd if the 4th was offered



Not necessarily - someone with a higher score may have joined the waiting list, which has to be maintained in oversubscription criteria order.


Toadmum,

Can you please explain how this is possible? Is it due to someone moving into the area late? But it will be late application? So late applications can still get into the wait list if they move in late and come up the wait list after the offer list is out?


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PostPosted: Mon Oct 22, 2018 11:28 am 
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All waiting lists are ranked in order of the over-subscription criteria. When late applications join the list they will be slotted into their rank order place and some people will then slip down the waiting list
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https://www.essex.gov.uk/Education-Scho ... ooklet.pdf
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Waiting list positions can change, for example, as
a result of an offer of a place being made or as new
applications for the school are received. It is
therefore possible that a child’s position on a
waiting list could move down as well as up as each
added child will require the list to be ranked again
in line with the oversubscription criteria.


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PostPosted: Mon Oct 22, 2018 12:11 pm 
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mitasol wrote:
All waiting lists are ranked in order of the over-subscription criteria. When late applications join the list they will be slotted into their rank order place and some people will then slip down the waiting list
.
https://www.essex.gov.uk/Education-Scho ... ooklet.pdf
Quote:
Waiting list positions can change, for example, as
a result of an offer of a place being made or as new
applications for the school are received. It is
therefore possible that a child’s position on a
waiting list could move down as well as up as each
added child will require the list to be ranked again
in line with the oversubscription criteria.


Thank you, that helps.


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