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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.

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Q: What is the average level in maths for a year 7?
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