Can anyone help please? I have twin boys in yr 7, one working at a higher level of maths than his brother (much higher). At the end of May they sat QCA yr 7 Maths papers. I don't really understand the marking on them even though I have checked out the QCA site. Twin 1 took the level 3-4 papers. In the non calc. test he got 7 (out of 40?) and in the calc. test it was 17 (again out of 40 I think). There was a mental maths test which I think was out of 20 and he got 7. His total mark 31. In his book the teacher had them write 7=3c 14=3b 20=3a 25=4c 32=4b 40=4a 45=5c This doesn't tally with the marking levels on the QCA site.I think it quite unlikely that anyone in his class took a paper where they could have got a level 5. He has written that he has achieved a level 4b. (He was told to round up his score to the nearest level) On paper that looks pretty good, that he has made 5 sub levels of progess since yr 6 but there is so much basic maths, division etc. that he is unable to do and I have not seen any evidence in his books to show that he can 'do' any more than he was able to in yr 6. Can anyone explain, should I be concerned? Thank you.