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Thousands of Northern Ireland school kids receive transfer test results

Thousands of children received the results of the transfer tests on Saturday morning.

Examining bodies, AQE and the Post Primary Transfer Consortium which runs the GL assessment said there was a significant rise in those taking the tests of around 6%.

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For five weeks in the autumn last year the children sat the exams. It's thought close to 3,000 of the 15,000 pupils took both sets of tests.

It's been 10 years since the 11-plus was abolished.

This week the Belfast Telegraph revealed what grades or scores it took to get into each of our selective grammars last year.

This exclusive data was obtained over several months by sending Freedom of Information Act requests to each of the selective grammars.

>>NI Transfer Tests: 2017 Grammar Schools’ intake and grade information<<

Revealed: Transfer test grade intake for Northern Ireland grammar schools 2017 Transfer test figures provide valuable guidance

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