Wandsworth test: are the percentiles ever published? E.g. a score of 250 corresponds to the top x% of pupils?

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SouthLondonDaddy
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Wandsworth test: are the percentiles ever published? E.g. a score of 250 corresponds to the top x% of pupils?

Postby SouthLondonDaddy » Thu Nov 07, 2019 2:44 pm

Just curiosity for now, but is there any information on the percentiles of the Wandsworth test scores over the years? In other words, is it, what?, the top 3% of pupils, the top 6%, or what, that gets a score of 250, etc?

The Council's website has a link at the bottom https://www.wandsworth.gov.uk/schools-a ... d-results/
which says the cutoff scores for the various partially selective schools. It tells you what score you needed to be accepted, but doesn't say what percentile those scores correspond to (i.e. if to the top 2%, 4%, etc. of students).

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Re: Wandsworth test: are the percentiles ever published? E.g. a score of 250 corresponds to the top x% of pupils?

Postby rubyonrails » Fri Nov 08, 2019 12:11 pm

Don't know the answer to your question but similarly would like to know. I guess either Graveney themselves or a freedom of information request to the Council would get the relevant response? Please do post if you find out anymore?
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