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Is it possible to be a level 7 in maths in year 7?


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2011-01-06 03:46:55
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anything is possible my son.


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5c for a year 7 student is average, as many accomplish level 5 in year 6

In year eight, the government expects pupils to be a level 5a at English, Maths and Science. The exceptional pupils should be at a level 6b for English, a 7 at science and a 7/8 for maths. Hope this helps.

LEVELS Level W Working towards level 1Level 1 Average for a 5 year oldLevel 2 Average for a 7 year oldLevel 3 Average for a 9 year oldLevel 4 Average for a 11 year oldLevel 5 Average for a 13 year oldLevel 6 Average for a 14 year oldLevel 7 Above average for a 14 year oldLevel 8 Only available in maths

according to the official sats siteLevel CommentsLevel W Working towards level 1, very weakLevel 1 -year 1Level 2 -year 2Level 3 -year 3Level 4 -year 4Level 5 -years 5/6Level 6 -years 7/8Level 7 -year 9Level 8 -year 10Level 9 -year 11but you can work hard and get more than that, as long as you are given the test.

I go to a grammar school, so I'm not sure what the levels are like in comprehensive schools, but at my school, in year 7, you are expected to: Gain a low six in Maths & Science; and, Gain a high five/low six in English. I gained a low 6 in science, a 6B in maths & a 7B in English!!!

These days, lots of secondary schools in England are starting to settle for a level 4a. The truth is, I am in a school that specialises in business and enterprise and in some cases, a level 5b at the end of year 7 may place you in top set for year 8. I achieved a level 6c at the end of year 7 and ended up in top set for year 8. Really, a 4a, 5c or 5b is average; occasionally a 5b may be high.

It depends what school you go to.In my school, where we specialise in maths, the average level would be about a 6c. But in a grammer school it could be higher. If you mean the national curriculum levels then the average is about 4a-5c. Hope this helped :)

You should achieve the best result you can possibly get-level 5 is average but you shouldn't get that level as you should have got that in Yr 6 if you do get that level then you are oviously not smart and need menatl training the highest levels you should get are 7's and an eight for maths!!!! if you are a year 7 you should be getting 6's and 7's.

I hear you; and I tried. However, at first it made no difference. At the end of year 6, I achieved a level 4b. That would of placed me in the middle set for year 7 maths. Although my school decided to assess us again with a placement test. I was placed in the top set, because I have achieved a 4a in that. For a matter of months, I had been working at a 5c. I couldn't move any higher. I tried hard, I worked hard. I even revised a lot more than usual a few weeks before my end of year 7 tests. After taking the tests, I was informed that I had achieved a level 5c. I thought that now I would end up in middle set in year 8. Wrong, it was a mistake! The database had been muddled up and I found myself in the year 8 top set maths. I thought that it was because of my low attendance, as 5c was high for someone who has as low attendance as me! But no, I found out I achieved a level 6c in that maths test! With only little pressure! So that's how you achieve a level 6c for maths at the end of year 7. Revise, but not too much, and take regular breaks. Have a good night of sleep the night before your maths test and you may even achieve higher. Sorry about the long story, but I hope you get the idea of it...

well for english it would be a 6ahistory - 6amaths- 7cscience - 6b/6ageography- 6aIn GCSE Grades -Level 5 - Grade CLevel 6 - Grade BLevel 7 - Grade ALevel 8 - Grade A*But getting level 8 by end of year 9 is EXTREMELY unlikely, so if your on a level 6 or 7, your doing well:-)Hope I helped!!

The government expects you to be attaining a level 6a or b by the end of year nine, so really you should be a level 6c. However, it is possible to attain higher. I'm a level 8 and I'm in year 8 and some people reach level 8s in year 7.

Yes, level 5 is good for a year 6. Here is a simple table to show you the expectations of a child: Level W Working towards level 1, very weak Level 1 Average for a typical 5 year old Level 2 Average for a typical 7 year old Level 3 Average for a typical 9 year old Level 4 Average for a typical 11 year old Level 5 Average for a typical 13 year old Level 6 Average for a typical 14 year old Level 7 Above average for typical 14 yr old Level 8 Only available in maths Hope this helps :)

In most schools in England, a level 5a or above would be high for a year 7, with a 6a or above being 'exceptional performance' for a year 7. Usually, if you have achieved a level 5a or above, you would be place in the top set for year 8.I know, I have been working at low averages for about a year, but at the end of year 7 I achieved a level 6c. In my school, we started our new academic three weeks earlier than the start of the summer holidays. In year 8 top set maths set (my set), the average levels were typically a level 5a or 6c, with the highest level in the set being a 7c and the lowest level was a 5b.The previous answer was true in a way, but to tell you the truth, expectations in KS3 have lowered in the past few years; in 2004/5, the expected level for the end of year 7 was a level 6a/7c - and wasn't even an academy! Also, the expected GCSE grade for the end of year 10 was an A*, and if you had achieved any lower than a B, you would of had to retake the papers and re - study until you pass, otherwise you had to take a special course when you finally had to start in college. ..

in maths you review things that you did in year 6 but at a more advanced level. you will probably study a novel as well in year 7. history and geography you learn basic skills and other subjects vary for each school

maths, english, science at grade criteria of d+

A high level 4 or low level 5.

In year 7 the expected levles are level 5 and over.

When Selena was on Barney, she was 7.17-7=102009-10=1999Lol. Easy maths..

It is possible if you have a child every year.

A level 6 in year 9 can equate to a grade B at GCSE in that particular subject. A level 6 in year 7 means the pupil is almost definitley on target for an A* in that subject at GCSE. Level 6 in the average grade for a year 9 student.

No, that would mean he became a father at 7. Not possible.

It is extremly uncommon but possible.

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