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11+ Maths Practice Test 2

total marks

Knowledge of times tables (including division facts up to 12 x 12)

1 mark

1. Circle all the numbers which are factors of 48.

1 2 4 5 7 9 11 12 24 26

Place Value and Number

2. Round the following numbers to the nearest thousand: 1 mark

Number Rounded to the nearest 1000

645 648

4 664 914

1 327 528

3. At Darwin Academy, the children recorded the temperature in the garden each

day in March. The results are below: 1 mark

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday

-3 °C 4 °C 5 °C -1 °C 6 °C

a. What is the difference between Monday’s and Friday’s temperature?

1 mark

9°C 7°C 6°C 4°C 3°C

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11+ Maths Practice Test 2

total marks

Knowledge of times tables (including division facts up to 12 x 12)

1 mark

1. Circle all the numbers which are factors of 48.

1 2 4 5 7 9 11 12 24 26

Place Value and Number

2. Round the following numbers to the nearest thousand: 1 mark

Number Rounded to the nearest 1000

645 648

4 664 914

1 327 528

3. At Darwin Academy, the children recorded the temperature in the garden each

day in March. The results are below: 1 mark

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday

-3 °C 4 °C 5 °C -1 °C 6 °C

a. What is the difference between Monday’s and Friday’s temperature?

1 mark

9°C 7°C 6°C 4°C 3°C

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b. The temperature on Saturday is 5°C lower than Thursday. What is the 1 mark

temperature on Saturday?

4°C 5°C - 4°C - 6°C 6°C

Number: addition, subtraction, multiplication and division

4. Sophie buys a T-shirt for £5.63, a skirt for £7.99 and a pair of shorts. She pays for 1 mark

the items with a £20 note and gets the following coins as change.

How much did the shorts cost? Show your working here.

£

5. How many 7s are there in 387? Round the answer to the nearest whole number.

Show your working here. 1 mark

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b. The temperature on Saturday is 5°C lower than Thursday. What is the 1 mark

temperature on Saturday?

4°C 5°C - 4°C - 6°C 6°C

Number: addition, subtraction, multiplication and division

4. Sophie buys a T-shirt for £5.63, a skirt for £7.99 and a pair of shorts. She pays for 1 mark

the items with a £20 note and gets the following coins as change.

How much did the shorts cost? Show your working here.

£

5. How many 7s are there in 387? Round the answer to the nearest whole number.

Show your working here. 1 mark

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6. What is 12.8 x 5.7? Circle the correct answer. 1 mark

a. 70.69 b. 71.08 c. 72.96 d. 73.96 e. 73.69

5

7. What is of 72? Circle the correct answer.

8 1 mark

a. 35 b. 40 c. 45 d. 50 e. 55

Number: fractions (including decimals and percentages)

3

8. Circle the improper fraction that is the same as this mixed number: 5 .

1 mark

7

35 36 37 38 39

a. b. c. d. e.

7 7 7 7 7

9. What is 30 785 ÷ 1000?

1 mark

a. 3.0785 b. 3.785 c. 30.785 d. 307.85 e. 0.3785

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6. What is 12.8 x 5.7? Circle the correct answer. 1 mark

a. 70.69 b. 71.08 c. 72.96 d. 73.96 e. 73.69

5

7. What is of 72? Circle the correct answer.

8 1 mark

a. 35 b. 40 c. 45 d. 50 e. 55

Number: fractions (including decimals and percentages)

3

8. Circle the improper fraction that is the same as this mixed number: 5 .

1 mark

7

35 36 37 38 39

a. b. c. d. e.

7 7 7 7 7

9. What is 30 785 ÷ 1000?

1 mark

a. 3.0785 b. 3.785 c. 30.785 d. 307.85 e. 0.3785

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Ratio and Proportion 1 mark

10. You can buy 4 cartons of milk for £2.40. How much will it cost to buy 16 cartons

of milk? Show your working here.

£

11. £3 is shared equally between 5 children. How much will each child receive? 1 mark

a. £1 b. £1.20 c. 60p d. 80p e. 30p

12. A coach left Manchester at 08:52 and arrived in Newquay later that day at

17:23. How long did the journey last?

a. 508 minutes b. 509 minutes

c. 510 minutes d. 511 minutes

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Ratio and Proportion 1 mark

10. You can buy 4 cartons of milk for £2.40. How much will it cost to buy 16 cartons

of milk? Show your working here.

£

11. £3 is shared equally between 5 children. How much will each child receive? 1 mark

a. £1 b. £1.20 c. 60p d. 80p e. 30p

12. A coach left Manchester at 08:52 and arrived in Newquay later that day at

17:23. How long did the journey last?

a. 508 minutes b. 509 minutes

c. 510 minutes d. 511 minutes

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11+ Maths Practice Test 2 Answers

Question Answer Marks Question Answer Marks

Knowledge of times tables (including Ratio and Proportion

division facts up to 12 x 12)

10. £9.60 1

1. 1, 2, 4, 12, 24 1

11. c. 60p 1

Place Value and Number

Measurement

646 000

d. 511

2. 4 665 000 1 12. 1

minutes

1 328 000

a. 9°C 1

3. Parent note: For the 11 plus maths

b. -6°C 1 test, it is vital that your child has a

thorough grasp of place value and

Number: addition, subtraction, calculation. They must also have a

multiplication and division sound understanding of all the KS2

maths objectives taken from the DFE

4. £4.12 1 Programme of Study for KS2 maths.

Use this test to help identify any gaps

5. 55 1 in your child’s knowledge of the maths

curriculum. You can then help them by

6. c. 72.96 1 doing some further practise together

in that area. Before each question, it

7. c. 45 1 states which part of the curriculum it is

taken from to help spot where they need

Number: fractions (including decimals further practice.

and percentages)

38

8. d. 1

7

9. c. 30.785 1

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Question Answer Marks Question Answer Marks

Knowledge of times tables (including Ratio and Proportion

division facts up to 12 x 12)

10. £9.60 1

1. 1, 2, 4, 12, 24 1

11. c. 60p 1

Place Value and Number

Measurement

646 000

d. 511

2. 4 665 000 1 12. 1

minutes

1 328 000

a. 9°C 1

3. Parent note: For the 11 plus maths

b. -6°C 1 test, it is vital that your child has a

thorough grasp of place value and

Number: addition, subtraction, calculation. They must also have a

multiplication and division sound understanding of all the KS2

maths objectives taken from the DFE

4. £4.12 1 Programme of Study for KS2 maths.

Use this test to help identify any gaps

5. 55 1 in your child’s knowledge of the maths

curriculum. You can then help them by

6. c. 72.96 1 doing some further practise together

in that area. Before each question, it

7. c. 45 1 states which part of the curriculum it is

taken from to help spot where they need

Number: fractions (including decimals further practice.

and percentages)

38

8. d. 1

7

9. c. 30.785 1

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