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1. Here are the heights of some children.

Calculate the median height.

149 cm

143.5 cm

287 cm

298 cm

2. Jennifer bought four pens at 60 pence each. What change did she get from £5?

£2.60

£190

£2.80

£2.50

3. If five men dig a well in 14 days. How long would seven men take?

10 days

8 days

9 days

7 days

4.

Write the time on the clock in digits

3:32

6:00

6:15

3:33

5. A year 11 student sold some cakes to raise money for her charity. She sold 50 cakes at 50p each 20 cakes at 25p each.

How much money did she raise?

£27.50

£25.00

£30.00

£32.50

£35.00

6.

Which is the most popular fruit?

Banana

Apple

Satsuma

Pear

7. What missing digits will make this calculation correct.

3, 2 from left

2, 7 from left

7, 2 from left

1, 2 from left

8. All BUT ONE are factors of 42

4, 6, 7

1, 2, 7

1, 2, 3

2, 3, 6

9. In a survey of Year 6 pupils, 25% said their favourite colour was red. If 16 pupils said red, how many pupils are there in Year 6?

25 pupils

48 pupils

41 pupils

64 pupils

10. All BUT ONE are multiples of 25

55, 380

250, 675

675, 730

55, 250

11. Here are two bags.

Bag A has 1 black bead and 3 white beads. Bag B has 2 white beads and 6 black beads. Isaac takes a bead without looking from each bag in turn.

What is the probability of Isaac taking a black bead from bag B?

6/8

1/6

2/8

1/8

12. What is the square root of 144?

11

10

9

12

13. A sequence starts at 300 and 40 is subtracted each time. 300 260 220 180 ...........................

The sequence continues in the same way. What is the first number in the sequence which is less than zero?

-10

-15

-20

-5

14. The Venn diagram shows information about the children in a Grade 6 class.

How many children in this class have blue eyes only?

5

1

4

2

15. Evaluate 157 - (76 + 22)

79

99

69

59

16. How many items of fruit are in the basket?

23

27

32

30

17. A glass holds 225 millilitres of water. Peter drinks 1.8 litres of water during a day.

How many glasses of water does he drink during the day?

10

8

9

7

18. Sundeep wants to catch the 11:30 a.m train from London to Edinburgh. The journey time is usually 4 hours 45 minutes. However, when he arrives at the station he finds the train is delayed by 35 minutes.

What time can he expect to arrive in Edinburgh given no further delays?

5:05 p.m

4:20 p.m

5:20 p.m

4:50 p.m

4:15 p.m

19. The graph shows the number of CDs owned by a group of four students.

How many CDs are owned by Dan?

15

20

11

9

20. A box contains 30 chocolates.

If a box costs £54.00. What will be the average cost of 1 chocolate?

£9.00

£1620.00

£0.56

£1.80

21. Fatima has 72 oranges. Four oranges are needed to make a glass of freshly squeezed orange juice.

How many glasses of orange juice can she make?

68 glasses

18 glasses

72 glasses

24 glasses

22. Which of these shapes is a square?

Y

V

U

Z

23. The garden shown in the diagram below has a path of 1m wide on two of its sides. What is the area of the path?

16 m²

24 m²

20 m²

15 m²

24. Round 8375 to the nearest thousand.

8000

8370

9000

8400

25. James is 30cm shorter than his brother Mark. James is 120cm. How tall is Mark?

130 cm

40 cm

90 cm

150 cm

26. What is the L.C.M of 12,24,36?

60

72

40

82

27. If the exchange rate of the US dollar to naira is 1:80. What is the value of $200 in naira?

N16000

N800

N8000

N1600

28. Pupils from 3 year groups are going on a trip to a science museum. There are 87 children going on the trip in total. The table below shows the number of children going on the trip from each year group.

How many children from year 5 are going to the science museum?

29

43

57

59

28

29. Here are the heights of some children.

Calculate the mean height.

577 cm

298 cm

143.5 cm

144.25 cm

30. Olivia has 42 marks in English, 60 in Mathematics, 70 in Science and 80 in Commerce. What is her mean mark in all the subjects?

60

67

63

65

31. Five pupils compete in a sports event as shown in the table below:

Who threw the ball the shortest distance?

Jade

Tariq

Samantha

Kirsty

James

32.

Join two numbers to make 100

81 47 56 26 22 74 15

26 + 47

47 + 56

74 + 26

81 + 22

33. Here are two bags.

Bag A has 1 black bead and 3 white beads. Bag B has 2 white beads and 6 black beads. Isaac takes a bead without looking from each bag in turn.

What is the probability of Isaac taking a black bead from bag B?

unlikely

certain

likely

impossible

even

34. Five pupils compete in a sports event as shown in the table below:

Who was the fastest boy in the 100m race?

Samantha

Tariq

James

Kirsty

Jade

35. The Venn diagram shows information about the children in a Grade 6 class.