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When is our county’s 11 plus results day?
When do the 11 Plus results come out? Most 11-plus results come out mid-October, though the exact date varies by region.
Here are the earliest and latest 11 plus results days (in 2020): Bexley: 7th Oct.; and Plymouth: 7 Dec. For example, Kent’s 11 plus test results were sent out on 2nd Nov. Those registered online, were sent an email after 4pm on Kent’s 11 plus results day.
CSSE Essex 11 plus results
The CSSE 11 plus test results for all Essex grammar schools are scheduled to be posted by 1st class post on 2nd December.
From 3rd December, the online link will reopen for you to view your child’s test results on their record. Here is the site for the official CSSE 11+ Results for 2021 Entry
– – ALL11-plus results are strictly embargoed, so there is no way to find out your child’s score early – – –
Although it is only a month or so, the wait between taking the 11-plus and receiving results can feel very long. Results day can be extremely stressful – for both parents and children. If you’ve had good news, congratulations! You should be very proud. However, remember to be considerate of parents and children who may have had disappointing results. Remind your child not to boast about their score at school.
Try to hide your disappointment if your own child did not pass the 11- plus. Unfortunately, it is not possible to appeal your child’s score or to re-sit the 11-plus. Instead, focus on the positives of the school your child will be attending. Reassure your son or daughter that you love them and are proud of them. Praise their other achievements and try to move on quickly.
11 Plus results are expressed as a standardised score. Standardisation is a common practice in conveying exam results. Although it is intended to remove variable elements from the scores, it tends to create great confusion. However standardised scores are much more useful measures than raw scores. These scores compare test-takers to large, nationally representative sample that has taken the test prior to publication. Therefore they give you a comparative look at your child’s results.
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