Oldest students do not display when creating a query on the oldest sibling in a family.

When creating a query of the oldest sibling in a family following the steps in How to query on the oldest sibling in a family, a younger sibling displays in the results instead of the oldest sibling. When running a query sorted on birthdate, the siblings show in the correct order.
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Steps to Duplicate

1. Create a student query.
2. On the Criteria tab, select the appropriate filters such as current status.
3. On the Output tab, select Student, Bio 1, Full/Organization Name.
4. On the Sort tab, select Student, Bio 2, Birth Information, Age (Descending).
5. Run and save the query.
6. In Mail, select Labels and Envelopes, Labels, and create a new label parameter.
7. Create labels for: Student Relationships.
8. Mark the option to create an output query of students.
9. On the Fields to Include tab, select Student Name.
10. On the Filters tab, filter on the query of students created in step 1.
11. On the Relationship Filters tab, filter on mother and father.
12. On the Format tab, select Detail. Mark the options to Combine labels for spouse pairs and Combine labels for students with the same related records.
13. Also on the Format tab, select Sort. Sort by Query (Ascending).
14. Preview the labels to create the query of oldest siblings.
15. Check the query results and see students listed that are not the oldest sibling.

Environment

 Education Edge
 7.87

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