PUPILS across Ulster yesterday received their transfer test results for entry into grammar school.
Thousands of P7 pupils sat the unofficial exams, set by two separate bodies after the 11-plus was abolished.
The tests are used by 67 grammar schools to determine their first year intake.
Altthough pupils received their results yesterday - it will be May when they learn if they have succeeded in getting a place in their preferred school.
The 11-plus exam, which used to determine entry into grammar schools, was abolished in 2008. New unofficial exams have since been introduced.
The AQE test is used mainly by non-denominational grammar schools and the GL assessments are used mostly by Catholic-maintained grammar schools.