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  • Numeracy Test EXEMPLAR TEST ANSWERS
    ONE MARK FOR EACH CORRECT ANSWER

    Question
    number
    Answer
    1 176 pupils
    2 37.5 cm
    3 19:20
    4 3 bottles
    5 12:15
    6
    7 13 boxes
    8 £ 84
    9 £ 36
    10 £ 200

    Maximum score = 20

    Question
    number
    Answer
    11 a
    11 b 6 years 10 months
    11 c 13 months
    12
    True statements:-
    B and C
    13 £ 119.70
    14 £ 72
    15 15 %
    16 7 minutes
    17 £ 14
    18 50.2 points

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      • your study notes.
    • Working together on any of the above.
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  • Question 1
    Teachers organised activities for three classes of 24 pupils and four classes of 26 pupils.
    What was the total number of pupils involved?

    Question 2
    As part of a science lesson, pupils were asked to stretch a spring to extend its length by 25 per cent.
    The original length of the spring was 30 centimetres.
    What should be the length of the extended spring? Give your answer in centimetres.

    Question 3
    A parents’ evening was planned to start at 15:45. There were 20 consecutive appointments of 10
    minutes each and a break of 15 minutes during the evening. At what time was the parents’ evening due
    to finish? Give your answer using the 24-hour clock.

    Question 4
    For a science experiment a teacher needed 80 millilitres of vinegar for each pupil. There were 30 pupils
    in the class. Vinegar comes in 1000 millilitre bottles.
    How many bottles of vinegar were needed?

    Question 5
    The morning session in a school began at 09:25. There were three lessons of 50 minutes each and one
    break of 20 minutes. At what time did the morning session end? Give your answer using the 24-hour
    clock.

    Question 6
    In a class of 24 pupils, 4 need additional support.
    What fraction of the class needs additional support? Give your answer in its lowest terms.

    Question 7
    A school has 203 pupils in Year 7. All pupils in the year group are provided with a free dictionary. If
    dictionaries come in boxes of 16, how many boxes are needed?

    Question 8
    All 30 pupils in a class took part in a sponsored spell to raise money for charity. The pupils were
    expected to get an average of 14 spellings correct each. The average amount of sponsorship was 20
    pence for each correct spelling.
    How much money would the class expect to raise for charity altogether? Give your answer in
    pounds.

    Question 9
    Pupils raise £60 for charity through a sponsored run. They decide to donate the money to the charities
    ‘Water Aid’ and ‘Oxfam’ in the ratio 3:2. How much will be donated to ‘Water Aid’?

    Question 10
    A teacher took a group of pupils to an aquarium whilst visiting France. The total entrance cost for the
    group was 220 euros. Taking 1.10 euros as equal to 1 pound, what was the total entrance cost, in
    pounds, for the group of pupils?

    Question 11
    To inform her choice of reading materials a primary teacher looked at the spread of reading ages in her
    class. The scatter-graph shows the actual age and reading age of 21 pupils in the class.
    Use the information on the scatter-graph to help answer questions a) to c) below

    a) What fraction of the class has a greater reading age than their actual age?
    b) What is the age of the oldest pupil in the class?
    c) What is the range of actual ages for the pupils in the class? Give your answer in months
    Question 12
    The graph below shows the teacher assessments for the percentage of pupils achieving Level 4 or
    above at Key Stage 2 in a primary school.

    Use the graph to decide which of the following statements are true for achievement at Level 4 or
    above:-
    A. The percentage of pupils achieving Level 4 or above in English has increased for each year
    shown
    B. In 2011, 77% of pupils achieved Level 4 or above in Maths
    C. The median average percentage for Science achievement in this period is 77%

    Question 13
    A PE teacher orders 30 new bibs costing £3.99 each. What is the total cost of these bibs?

    Question 14
    A school trip was planned at a total cost of £120 per pupil. The accommodation cost three fifths of the
    total.
    What was the cost of the accommodation per pupil?

    76
    72
    77
    75
    74
    76
    79
    77
    74
    55
    60
    65
    70
    75
    80
    85
    2009 2010 2011
    Maths
    English
    Science Question 15
    At a staff meeting the Headteacher presented the following table, showing the number of pupils in each
    class in a school who are having Numeracy support lessons.
    What percentage of pupils in the school is having Numeracy support lessons?

    Class Number of pupils
    Number of pupils having
    Numeracy support lessons
    P 28 6
    V 28 7
    T 32 3
    M 32 2

    Question 16
    A teacher takes 2 hours and 20 minutes to mark twenty Literacy test papers. What is the mean time
    spent on each paper? Give your answer in minutes.

    Question 17
    A teacher is planning a trip to see a play in a nearby city. She has been given details of costs and
    travel. There are 20 pupils in the group. Group booking for 20 theatre tickets costs £160, return train
    tickets cost £6 each.
    How much will each pupil have to pay for the outing to cover the cost of travel and a theatre ticket?

    Question 18
    A pupil’s mean average GCSE points score is calculated by dividing their total points gained across all
    subjects by the number of GCSE examinations taken. The table below shows all of Kate’s results in

    1. Use the table to help calculate Kate’s mean GCSE points score giving your answer correct to
      1 decimal place.

    Grade Points per grade
    Number of results at
    each grade
    Total points per
    grade
    A* 58 3 174
    A 52 2 104
    B 46 4 184
    C 40 1 40
    TOTAL ….. …..
    Numeracy Test EXEMPLAR TEST ANSWER SHEET
    Fill in the answers only in the spaces provided

    Name: ………………………………………… Subject area: …………………………….

    Question
    number
    Answer
    1 pupils
    2 cm
    3

    4 bottles
    5
    6
    7 boxes
    8 £
    9 £
    10 £

    Total score =

    Question
    number
    Answer
    11 a
    11 b years months

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