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Sarah Amy Liam
These three children appear in some of the questions in this test.Instructions
You may not use a calculator to answer any questions in this test.
Work as quickly and as carefully as you can.
You have 45 minutes for this test.
If you cannot do one of the questions, go on to the next one.
You can come back to it later, if you have time.
If you finish before the end, go back and check your work.
Follow the instructions for each question carefully.
This shows where you need to put the answer.
If you need to do working out, you can use any space on a page.
Some questions have an answer box like this:
For these questions you may get a mark for showing your working.
Write these prices in order, starting with the smallest.
72p £2.70 £0.27 £7.20 £2.07
Amy chooses two of these cards.
11 23 33 43
She adds the numbers on her two cards together.
She rounds the result to the nearest 10
Her answer is 60
Which two cards did Amy choose?
25 Total out of 4
This table shows six different types of cat and where they are found
in the world.
Use this table to answer these questions.
Which type of cat is found only in Africa?
Which types of cat are found in all three parts of the world?
Liam, Sarah and Amy buy lunch at a salad bar.
cheese £1.20 banana 25p
egg 90p apple pie 50p
tuna £1.60 yogurt 35p
Liam has £2.50 to spend.
He buys a tuna salad and an apple pie.
How much money has he got left?
Sarah buys a cheese salad and a yogurt.
Amy buys an egg salad.
How much more does Sarah pay than Amy?
47 Total out of 6
Write these times in order, starting with the shortest.
24 days 10 weeks
1 month 48 hours
In this diagram the rule is
‘to make the number in a triangle,
multiply the numbers in the two squares above it’.
Write in the three missing numbers.
6 3 8 10
Calculate 336 – 192
Each of these four squares has been cut into two new shapes.
Write the letters of all the new shapes that are hexagons.
Write the letters of all the new shapes that are pentagons.
89 Total out of 4
A book has five stories in it.
This is the contents page.
Rocket Ship 5
Night Journey 17
Secret Palace 25
Deep Water 59
Deep Water finishes on page 68
Which is the longest story?
Here is a Carroll diagram for sorting numbers.
Write these five numbers in the correct places on the diagram.
25 247 7002 49 990
odd not odd
not a 3-digit
Calculate 634 × 6
1111 Total out of 5
Liam spends £14 altogether on the Big Wheel and the Rollercoaster.
He goes on the Big Wheel twice.
How many times does he go on the Rollercoaster?
Liam has two different sizes of rectangle.
He makes this pattern with them.
Calculate the lengths of A and B.
A = cm 13a
B = cm 13b
size13 Total out of 5
Here are five number cards.
Use three of the number cards to make this calculation correct.
+ × = 10
An iced cake costs 10p more than a plain cake.
Sarah bought two of each cake.
They cost £1 altogether.
What is the cost of an iced cake?
Amy has some circular tiles and some rectangular tiles.
She makes these patterns with them.
For each pattern, put a tick ( ) if it has a line of symmetry.
Put a cross ( ) if it does not.
2 marks15 Total out of 5
Three different numbers add up to 40
The numbers are all even.
Each number is less than 20
Write what the three different numbers could be.
+ + = 40 17
Liam makes a sequence of numbers starting with 300
He subtracts 125 each time.
Write the next two numbers in Liam’s sequence.
300 175 50
Here is a grid of dots.
Point A and point B are joined by a straight line.
Draw a line to join point A to another dot on the grid
so that the two lines make a right angle.
Use a ruler.
1 mark17 Total out of 4
The perimeter of this rectangle is 50 centimetres.
Calculate the length of the rectangle.
Circle the fraction that is greater than
but less than
A shop sells books, CDs and DVDs.
This pie chart shows the sales of each in one week.
Estimate the fraction of the total sales that were DVDs.
In this week, 200 CDs were sold.
Estimate how many books were sold.
2219 Total out of 4
Write the missing number to make this calculation correct.
11 × = 1111
Here is a quadrilateral on a square grid.
The quadrilateral is translated so that point A moves to point B.
Draw the quadrilateral in its new position.
Use a ruler.
Sarah had a bag of cherries.
She ate 5 cherries, then gave half of what she had left to Liam.
Liam ate 5 of his cherries, then gave half of what he had left to Amy.
Amy got 2 cherries.
How many cherries did Sarah have in her bag at the start?
2521 Total out of 3
If you know 40% of a number, explain how you could work out the
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