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Why are you so interested?

But on average most people in our school got level EPs, level 8s and level 7s in maths, all level 7s and above in English...or most and in science it varied some got level 5 - 3 in my class and were told to consider leaving the school as they may not 'pass' their GCSEs in Science ironically one of them who got a 5 in science got an 8 in maths and english...
IZZY!
I am just wondering, cuz i am studying in a fast track class and my teachers say that it is similar to grammar school, but in my fast track class all pupils get level 6 at least,some of them 5, and level 8 max.just tell me which lvls in SATs results do u usually pupils in grammar school get???


Oh, erm...

Most 7s. Some 8s. A few EP.

I got...

English: 6
Maths: 8
Science: 8 (1 mark off EP too)
Reply 3
SATS are pointless, it doesnt matter what you get
IZZY!
I am just wondering, cuz i am studying in a fast track class and my teachers say that it is similar to grammar school, but in my fast track class all pupils get level 6 at least,some of them 5, and level 8 max.just tell me which lvls in SATs results do u usually pupils in grammar school get???



I swear ep's and level 8 in science and english were cancelled out last year. Most people in my year hit the highest now possible level

english 7
maths 8
science 7
I think it would be hard to generalise because some grammar schools obviously have less clever children attending than others.
Reply 6
English - 7
Maths - 7
Science - 6

(the highest I could have got, there were no 8s when I took them)
Reply 7
gemgems89
English - 7
Maths - 7
Science - 6

(the highest I could have got, there were no 8s when I took them)

Im sure that there were 8s, but you had to do a different paper I think.
Year 6:
Science - 5
English - 4
Maths - 5

Year 9:
Science - 6
English - 7
Maths - 8 (also did EP but dunno if I passed or not since they never told us!)
Reply 9
You can get an 8 on the maths paper without doing any extra papers (the extension paper is just in place to allow students to achieve 'EP').

However, English and Science require an extra paper to get above a 7, if my memory serves me correctly.
I never actually did SATS. Are they something you can revise for or are they like intelligence tests?
Reply 11
what' the point in SATs?
Reply 12
Joey_Johns
I never actually did SATS. Are they something you can revise for or are they like intelligence tests?


They're in much the same style as GCSEs.

CAT tests however do measure intelligence (in three[?] disciplines).
Tinykates
what' the point in SATs?


It helps the government dish out money according to 'value added' scores.
Reply 14
Tinykates
what' the point in SATs?


The government use them to measure the success of your school, in comparison to others.

Also, schools use them internally to set you for GCSE.
Reply 15
Year 6, from a lowly state primary in Tower Hamlets:
Science - 6
Maths - 6
English - 5

Year 9, from a Voluntary Aided (i.e. low funds) in Tower Hamlets:
Science - 8
Maths - 8
English - 7

And damn proud of them. Who the hell needs grammars :rolleyes:
Reply 16
me:
Yr 6:
maths:4
english:4
science:5
ha ha - retard!

Yr 9
maths:6
english:7
science:6

hmm - i don't value them very much :rolleyes:
Tinykates
me:
Yr 6:
maths:4
english:4
science:5
ha ha - retard!

Yr 9
maths:6
english:7
science:6

hmm - i don't value them very much :rolleyes:


I dont value them at all and either do private schools. I dont even value GCSE's. All they prove is you can repeat bullet points parrot fashion.
Reply 18
Joey_Johns
I dont value them at all and either do private schools. I dont even value GCSE's. All they prove is you can repeat bullet points parrot fashion.

lol - or in my case - i can't repeat bullet points in parrot fashion :biggrin:
Reply 19
I got :

maths - 8
eng - 7
sci - 7

I'm in a comprehensive, by the way.