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Level 4 sats papers. Does a certain % correct equate to a certain level?

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numbum Tue 07-May-13 16:40:09

Or is it not that simple? If it is that simple, is there a chart somewhere explaining it all?

schobe Tue 07-May-13 16:44:07

Do you mean past papers?

Websites like this have all the previous papers - look at the level thresholds documents for how many marks you need to get each level.

MoreCrackThanHarlem Tue 07-May-13 16:46:09

The thresholds will be set later so until then teachers do not know exactly how many marks are needed for each level.

We have a rough idea based on previous year's thresholds.

soapboxqueen Tue 07-May-13 16:46:36

essentially yes. Although some questions will be level 3, 4 or 5 an overall grade is taken from the total score.

Google threshold levels sats then the year and subject to get a table showing overall scores and associated level. Scores will be based on a total test score e.g. paper A, paper B and mental paper for maths.

They generally only give a broad level and not sub levels.

numbum Tue 07-May-13 16:53:44

Yes it was a past paper DS completed (optional SATs) at school. I was getting myself confused searching but have found it now thanks to these replies!

Thanks grin

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