Both these schools admit candidates without any catchment restrictions (top 85 for nonsuch and 100 for wally high). In the results, do they tell you whether you have qualified in this top list? Going my previous years data, my DD is borderline hence not sure.
No, they don't. Who gets in will depend on what the highest scorers put on their forms and where they get places and if they get higher preferences. Some of the highest scorers will want to go to other grammars or private schools.
My daughter got an OOC place at Nonsuch and started there in September. You only get given the score and the scores needed in previous years. Last year was a high birth year and the marks needed for getting into high score places for Nonsuch/Wallington went up quite a lot from 2018.