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A timed maths test for 11 plus and entrance exam students. Each slide lasts exactly 1 minute to help those students who struggle with keeping time!

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1. 1. 11 Plus Practice Maths Test 1This test will start automatically after 1 minute.Each question will be shown on screen for 1minute. Mark all your answers on the answer sheet(you will need to print this out). After the test isfinished, it can be marked using the mark sheet(you will need to print this out also or read it offyour monitor). The mark sheet also provides abreak down of areas which need to be reviewed.Use this to aid your studies and good luck! © Peter Williams 2009 - www.pjweducation.co.uk
2. 2. Question 1Clarissa goes to the supermarket for her mother. She buys threeoranges priced at 47p each, a loaf of bread costing £1.17 and 2 pintsof milk at 57p per pint. How much change does she receive from afive pound note? A £3.72 B £2.28 C £1.28 D £2.21 E £2.79
3. 3. Question 2 A car travels 75km in two and a half hours. What speed was it travelling at in km/hour? A 75 km/hour B 150 km/hour C 225 km/hour D 40 km/hour E 30 km/hour
4. 4. Question 3In the Seaside Hotel, there are 63 rooms. Of these 45 contain doublebeds. What fraction of the rooms do not contain double beds? A 45/63 B 22/31 C 5/9 D 18/45 E 4/14
5. 5. Question 4 Kirsty calculates that the area of the rectangle she has drawn is precisely double the perimeter of the same shape. If the length of her rectangle is 12 cm, what is its width?. A 4 cm B 5 cm C 6 cm D 7 cm E 8 cm
6. 6. Question 5 The PTA at Fortune Primary School holds a stationery sale. They sold 37 pencils at 11p each and 32 pens at 15p each. How much money did they raise in total? A £4.07 B £4.80 C £2.66 D £8.87 E £5.99
7. 7. Question 6If a = 6, b = 3, and c = 4, what is x ?5a – 6b + 3c = x A x=9 B x=7 C x=0 D x = 12 E x=2
8. 8. Question 7 The graph below shows the number of books children read as part of a sponsored read lasting 4 weeks. 1 4 n r e 1 2 i l d h 1 0 c f 8 o r e 6 b m 4 u N 2 0 0 1 -2 3 -4 5 -6 7 -8 9 -1 0 N u m b e r o f b o o k s re a d How many children read fewer than 5 books? A 3 B 4 C 33 D 21 E 5
9. 9. Question 8 (25 x 33) – 17 = 65 Which of the following is also correct? A (33 x 2.5) – 17 = 65 B 17 + (33 x 25) = 65 C (2.5 x 330) -17 = 65 D 65 = (25 x 33) + 17 E 65 = (3.3 x 2500) - 17
10. 10. Question 9 The graph below shows how many cans children recycled at green Park Primary School during each month of the year. 80 d 70 l e c y 60 c r e 50 s n a c 40 f o r 30 e b m 20 u N 10 0 J a n u a ry F e b ru a ry M a rc h A p r il M ay June J u ly A ugust S e p te m b e r O c to b e r N o ve m b e r D e c e m b e r M o n th How many more cans did they recycle in October than February? A 25 B 58 C 83 D 5 E 20
11. 11. Question 10 7 years ago Pearl was exactly 6 times as old as her baby brother who was two at the time. How old is Pearl now ? A 42 B 19 C 12 D 14 E 15
12. 12. Question 11Which shape below has rotational symmetry ?A B C D E
13. 13. Question 12 Year 6 counted how many Christmas cards were posted in their school postbox during the last week of school. Their results are shown below. D ay M o n d a y T u e s d a y W e d n e s d a y T h u rs d a y F r id a y N u m b e r o f C a rd s 7 9 97 43 74 47 What is the median ? A 79 B 97 C 43 D 74 E 47
14. 14. Question 13Of the 460 children in Workard Primary School, 15% stay inafter school clubs. How many students is this ? A 445 B 46 C 30 D 23 E 69
15. 15. Question 14 Which of the numbers listed below is a cube number ? A 434 B 443 C 334 D 343 E 344
16. 16. Question 15 A right angled triangle has three different sized angles P, Q and R. If angle P is the smallest at 35º, how big is the middle sized angle Q ? A 35º B 90º C 55º D 125º E 145º
17. 17. Question 16 Which value does the 7 in 2,365.071 have ? A seventy B seven C seven hundred D seven tenths E seven hundredths
18. 18. Question 17The number machine below divides by 3 then adds 37.Which number was put into the machine ? ? 51 A 54 B 11 C 91 D 12 E 14
19. 19. Question 18Farah wanted to buy a new mobile phone contract.Cool Phone costs £9.99 per month and TrendyPhone costs £100 for one year. How much moneycould Farah save by buying Trendy Phone ? A £91.01 B £19.88 C £90.01 D £29.97 E £70.03
20. 20. Question 19 A postal worker delivers x number of letters every week day and y number of letters on a Saturday. Which equation shows this for a period of 3 weeks ? A 5x + y B 15x + y C 15 (x + y) D 5 (x + y) E 3 (5x + y)
21. 21. Question 20 Which one of the following would give the answer 15 ? A 10% of 1500 B ¾ of 60 C 3/5 of 45 D 25% of 60 E 15% of 10
22. 22. Question 21Harvey makes sandwiches in a cafe. There are 3 types of bread, white,brown and wholemeal; there are four fillings, ham, chicken, egg andsalad; there are 2 types of sauce, blue cheese and mayonnaise.Which of the following equations shows all the possible combinationsof sandwiches which Harvey could make ? A 3+4+2 B 3+4x2 C 3x4+2 D 3 (4 + 2) E 3x4x2
23. 23. Question 22 Gary bought 12 pencils for £1.00. He sold them for a total profit of 32p. For how much did he sell each pencil? A £1.32 B £0.68 C £0.11 D £0.44 E £0.56
24. 24. Question 23 Harriet is finding out about populations of various cities. She decides to round each population to the nearest hundred thousand. What does she round the population of Manchester to? Population of Manchester: 1,937,764 A 2,000,000 B 1,900,000 C 1,940,000 D 1,934,000 E 1,937,800
25. 25. Question 24 Hardeep calculates that when his fish tank is five ninths full of water it contains 45 litres of water. How many more litres of water does he need to fill it completely ? A 36 litres B 25 litres C 81 litres D 45 litres E 90 litres
26. 26. Question 25 Carol has 12 presents to wrap for her friends. After wrapping 3 presents what percentage remains for her still to wrap ? A 25% B 30 % C 40 % D 50 % E 75 %
27. 27. Question 26 A map of Sri Lanka is drawn to a scale of 1:600,000. What real distance is represented by 2cm on the map ? A 1 km B 2 km C 3 km D 6 km E 12 km
28. 28. Question 27 How many cubes 8m³ in volume will fit into the box below ? 10 m 6m 4m A 240 B 60 C 40 D 30 E 24
29. 29. Question 28 What is the area of the shape below ? 4m 5m 10 m 3m A 30m² B 20m² C 38m² D 50m² E 22m²
30. 30. Question 29 Which of the letters below have more than one line of reflective symmetry ? Y C O T I A Y and O B O and T C C and I D I and O E O, T and I
31. 31. Question 30 Which of the following is most likely to be 4 metres in length ? A a chair B a table C a television D a car E a football pitch
32. 32. Question 31 Aaron decides to walk all the way around a star-shaped mosaic in his local park. How far does he walk in total ? 5m A 5 metres 5m B 10 metres C 25 metres D 50 metres E 125 metres
33. 33. Question 32 What weight is letter Q pointing to ? Q 8.5 Kg 8.6 Kg A 8.57 Kg B 9.2 Kg C 8.63 Kg D 8.7 Kg E 7 Kg
34. 34. Question 33In this game an arrow is spun and if it lands on your number youhave won. What is the probability that the arrow will land on an oddnumber? 5 1 A 15 % 4 B 4% 2 C 25 % D 37.5 % 3 E 50 %
35. 35. Question 34What is angle T worth ? 55º T A 90º B 55º C 145º D 180º E 125º
36. 36. Question 35 For which shape does the sum of its faces subtracted from the sum of its edges equal four ?A B C D E
37. 37. Question 36150 students in Castle Secondary School were asked about theirfavourite subjects. Their results are shown in the table below. F a v o u r ite S u b je c t P . E . A r t M u s ic B oys 37 12 14 G ir ls 16 29 ?How many girls liked Music the most ? A 45 B 63 C 8 D 42 E 58
38. 38. Question 37 In a school of 480 students, three eighths had packed lunch and the remainder had a school lunch. How many students had a school lunch ? A 60 B 24 C 420 D 180 E 300
39. 39. Question 38 Mr. Fortran needs to order enough calculators for his year group to share one between two. There are 127 students and also 4 class teachers who must have one calculator each. How many calculators must he order altogether ? A 64 B 63 C 68 D 67 E 131
40. 40. Question 39If the area of triangle ACD is 42 m² what is the areaof the rectangle PQRS ? A B D 12 m C A 144 m² B 504 m² C 84 m² D 66 m² E 108 m²
41. 41. Question 40 A courier has to deliver parcels. He is allowed to use each street only once but may cross over streets and corners whenever he wishes. In which of the following street plans is this possible ?A B C D E
42. 42. Question 41 8The diagonal line PQ runs 6from the point (4,4) to which P 4other point ? 2 0 -10 -8 -6 -4 -2 2 4 6 8 10 -4 Q -6 A (-4, -4) -8 B (-4, -5) C (-5, -4) D (-4, -6) E (-6, -4)
43. 43. Question 42 Mrs. Bird decides to take her husband, and their three children to Jolly Jims Fun Park. An adult ticket costs £15.75 and a childs ticket costs £9.50. How much does she pay altogether for her family to enter the park ? A £44.25 B £60.00 C £25.25 D £50.50 E £6.25
44. 44. Question 43 A piece of paper is 20cm long. It is cut into five equal pieces. Each of these pieces is then cut in half. How long is each piece ? A 2 cm B 2.5 cm C 4 cm D 5 cm E 10 cm
45. 45. Question 44 The table below shows the membership over three years of the local chess club.Y ear N e w M e m b e rs E x i s ti n g M e m b e r s R e t ir i n g m e m b e r s2006 17 79 72008 19 89 42009 23 104 11By how many did membership increase in total during 2008 ? A 89 B 19 C 4 D 15 E 108
46. 46. Question 45Each row and each column in the grid below adds up to 51.Which number should go where the question mark is ? 12 21 16 ? 18 A 51 B 25 C 27 D 37 E 39
47. 47. Question 46Gail wishes to paint her bedroom a lemon white colour. Shecalculates that for every litre of white paint she uses she will need350ml of yellow lemon colour. If she uses 5.4 litres of paintaltogether, how many litres of yellow lemon colour did she require ? A 1.9 litres B 5.05 litres C 1.4 litres D 5.375 litres E 1.35 litres
48. 48. Question 47 A regular rectangle is plotted on a grid. Its vertices are labelled J,K,L and M. If J = (4,2), K = (6,2) and L = (6,4) what would be the correct coordinates for plotting point M ? A (4,4) B (6,2) C (2,6) D (4,6) E (2,4)
49. 49. Question 48 A car ferry has a loading bay 120 metres in length. The average car is 4 m long and the loaders have to allow for an additional 0.2 m between each car. How many average sized cars can be parked in the space ? A 30 B 29 C 28 D 27 E 15
50. 50. Question 49 On a gameboard marked with squares from 1-100, Devins game piece is on square 9. He rolls a six- sided die. What are the chances of his game piece moving to a square with an even number ? A 1 in 6 B 1 in 5 C 1 in 4 D 1 in 3 E 1 in 2
51. 51. Question 50 An amount of money is multiplied by 3. The answer is then halved and twenty percent of this is calculated. The answer is 90p. What was the starting amount of money ? A £3.00 B £2.70 C £5.40 D £1.35 E £0.27
52. 52. Congratulations – you made it to the end! Now get an adult to mark your answer sheet. If you need more practice tests and explanations of how to work the answers out, then go to www.pjweducation.co.uk and join the members area – there are loads of practice questions for you there. Good luck in your exams. © Peter Williams 2009 - www.pjweducation.co.uk