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End of Yr 6 test - some questions are incorrect/incomplete due to copying direct from pdf **MNHQ agreed to edit title as it was causing confusion**

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serenada Wed 20-May-20 23:45:48

1. Write down the value of the 6 in the number 405, 060. ....................
2. Write down the answer to 5 x 16. ....................
3. Write down the answer to 136 + 264. ....................
4. How many degrees are there in a right angle? ....................
5. Write 620 as a percentage. ....................
6. Write the answer to 21 2⁄ ÷ 1 4 ⁄ . .....................
7. Write down the next number in the sequence 1, 2, 6, 24, .................
8. Write down the answer to 272 ÷ 8. ....................
9. Write 35 as a decimal. ....................
10. Change 2.3 Kilograms into grams. ....................
11. The temperature, -6°C rises by 13°C, write down the new temperature.
..................°C
12. Write down the length of a square with an area of 121cm2. ....................
13. What is the value of 42 ÷ 6 - 4? ....................
14. Is 387 divisible by 3? Write down ‘yes’ or ‘no’. ...................
15. Write 234 as a mixed number? ....................
(Total 15 marks)

Write down how many:
(a) days in 3 weeks? .....................
(b) metres in 450 cm? .....................
(c) minutes in 11⁄4 hours? .....................
(d) seconds in 21⁄2 minutes? .....................
(e) metres in 51⁄2 km? .....................
(f) months in 1 16 years? .....................
(Total 6 marks)

5. Hamza is packing CD-ROMs into boxes of six. He has 79 CD-ROMs.
How many boxes can he fill? .................
How many more CD-ROMs will he need to fill another box? .................
(Total 2 marks)
6. Sarah is watching her favourite TV programme. It lasts for two hours and forty
minutes. If it starts at 11.55 am. At what time will the programme finish?
....................................
(Total 1 mark)
7. (a) Two numbers added together make 18. The same numbers multiplied together
make 45.
What are the two numbers?
........................ and ..................
(b) Anita thinks of a number. She multiplies it by 8 and then takes away 3.
Her answer is 45 . What was the number she thought of? ........................
(Total 2 marks)
8. Sameera has just done three tests.
She got: 32 out of 50 for French, 19 out of 25 for Chemistry and 18 out of 20 for
English.
(a) Which test did she do best in ?
.................................
(b) What percentage did she get in this subject ? ...........................
(Total 2 marks)
10. Amie buys a book for £5.99
a newspaper for £1.80
3 pens for 27p each.
She only has a £10 note.
How much change should she receive? You must show your working.
Change = £ .......................
(Total 4 marks)

18. Trevor buys five packets of crisps.
The change from £3.00 is 75 pence.
How much is one packet of crisps? ...................... pence
(Total 2 marks)
19. Mrs Moore parked her car in a car park at 9.00 am. She drove out of the car
park at 4.00 pm.
Car Parking Charges £1.80 per hour
(a) How much did she pay, in total, for parking her car from 9.00 am to
4.00 pm?
£.................................................
(2)
(b) The following day she pays £7.20. For how many hours did she park?
................................................. hours

OP’s posts: |
ITonyah Wed 20-May-20 23:47:02

Year 6?

TheVanguardSix Wed 20-May-20 23:48:21

year 5/6?

coco123456789 Wed 20-May-20 23:48:59

Year 4 I would say, that’s the sort of thing DD gets. You’re going to shock us now and say year 1 aren’t you?!

Bunnybigears Wed 20-May-20 23:49:40

DS has been doing similar questions this week he is year 5.

TheVanguardSix Wed 20-May-20 23:49:46

CD-ROMS? What are those? grin It's a bit like showing kids a rotary phone.

SierraHotel Wed 20-May-20 23:49:46

I'm saying year 4. My dd is year 5 and I'm sure she had similar questions last year.

ouch321 Wed 20-May-20 23:50:03

That looks like a weird mish mash of year groups to me

DarkenedTimes Wed 20-May-20 23:50:40

Any clue about primary or secondary? Most of it looks like year 6.

Myneighboursnorlax Wed 20-May-20 23:51:07

Year 4/5

mapsie Wed 20-May-20 23:51:44

I'm sure someone will be around in a minute to state their child does that in reception.

Halo1234 Wed 20-May-20 23:51:46

Agree some questions look a lot easier than others

ginnybag Wed 20-May-20 23:51:54

Year 4, early year 5.

Or around age 9.

xyzandabc Wed 20-May-20 23:52:14

I'd say more able year 5 or 6. But in the 1st part questions 5,6 and 12 don't make any sense, and I don't know what a mixed number is for q 15 and I'm fairly decent at maths.

InterestingIris Wed 20-May-20 23:52:18

I’d say Y5 on average.

DelphiniumBlue Wed 20-May-20 23:53:26

Some of the questions don't make sense, for example " write 620 as a percentage ".
Where did the paper come from?

InterestingIris Wed 20-May-20 23:53:29

And thought the same as pp, some questions are unanswerable.

Write 620 as a percentage?

xyzandabc Wed 20-May-20 23:54:26

Saying that, I know some yr 6s that would struggle with a lot of those and some years 3s that could do some of them.

Quartz2208 Wed 20-May-20 23:55:03

yr 4/5

Pinkflipflop85 Wed 20-May-20 23:55:11

A mixed number has an integer and a fraction

VashtaNerada Wed 20-May-20 23:55:28

A lot of this could easily come up in DS’s homework (Y3) but not all of it, and I certainly wouldn’t expect him to sit down and do this many questions in one go without some visual aids. Y4 maybe?

DarkenedTimes Wed 20-May-20 23:56:50

A mixed number is an integer and a fraction isn't it? You could do it, but it's artificial. It is a mixed bag, which itself points to yr6. 21(squared) divided 14 is a bit nasty I thought.

Hex2020 Wed 20-May-20 23:58:03

I stopped reading at 620 as a percentage confused

xyzandabc Wed 20-May-20 23:58:29

Pinkflipflop85

A mixed number has an integer and a fraction

So how do you write 234 as a mixed number ???

VashtaNerada Wed 20-May-20 23:58:30

Looking at it more closely it can’t be Y4! It’s a weird mix. What’s the answer??

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