The results will be available on this website until 30 September 2018 after which time they will be permanently deleted.
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In order to provide more granular feedback on the English and maths tests the questions have been grouped into topics. More information on the type of questions within each topic can be found here:Maths-and-English-question-topics.pdf
General comments on the tests
The behaviour of candidates sitting the tests was good, however some children were not as well prepared as they could have been. Parents should make sure they talk to their children about exam technique and what to expect during an entrance exam. Specifically:
- It is not appropriate to eat during an exam
- Children should bring with them only the stationery stipulated in the instructions
- Children should try not to go to the toilet during an exam - it breaks their concentration and wastes precious time
- Children should listen to the instructions given in the exam hall as to how to complete their paper - for example, if told to shade in the appropriate box in a multiple choice test they must do that and not ring or put a cross in the box
- Try to work at a steady pace, move on to the next question if you don’t know the answer and try to answer all the questions.
- Children should not wear smartwatches in an exam. If they wore a smartwatch in a real entrance exam they would risk being disqualified
Test A results
The results of Test A have now been published and are available in a number of files/formats:
- Test A results by candidate - this pdf file contains an overview of the average marks, an explanation of the standardised score calculation, an overview of each candidate's score broken down by English and Maths together with an overall ranking and a ranking by gender. The pdf also contains a standardised score distribution showing how many children achieved each standardised score.
- Test A maths analysis - this pdf file provides a breakdown of the marks scored in the maths paper by question category.
- Test A English analysis - this pdf file provides a breakdown of the marks scored in the English paper by question category.
- Test A results - this excel file contains all of the information contained in the above three pdf files but in Excel format.