I just did the English test which confirmed my worst fears about my abysmal education (the progressive English teachers smoked dope in front of the class) as I only scored 71.7. Mainly due to not having a clue what the English grammatical terms or tenses were, it still is my stumbling block in learning French.
My comprehensive school was so big and spread between two buildings half a mile apart that most of the teachers did not know each other, I vividly remember the French teacher talking about verbs, it was the first time we had ever heard of them, not that she believed us she just thought we were playing up, our French learning pretty much stalled at that point as I we had no clue what she was talking about.
As for the English lessons we weren't even taught to spell let alone have our mistakes corrected, a real shame as my elder sisters both had a really good grammar school education, I passed the 11+ but it made no difference due to the politics of the day.
All of which makes me especially proud to have got 62 (I still reckon it should have been 80 ) in the French test.