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SAT Practice: Non-Calculator Questions 1 (2013/Levels 3-5)

In this worksheet students practise answering questions similar to those found in past non-calculator SATs papers at levels 3-5.

'SAT Practice: Non-Calculator Questions 1 (2013/Levels 3-5)' worksheet

Key stage:  KS 2

Curriculum topic:  Practice Papers

Curriculum subtopic:  SAT Non-Calculator

Difficulty level:  

Worksheet Overview

QUESTION 1 of 10

This worksheet contains 25 questions similar to those found in past non-calculator SATs papers at levels 3-5.

This is not a test paper, but a collection of questions for you to practise your maths at this level.

You may need some paper to carry out your working.

Write the missing number in the calculation below:

 

5.7  x   =  5700

Write the missing number in the calculation below:

 

 

1020 ÷ 100 = 

Charlie makes a number using these three digit cards.

 

3    4    7

 

The number is even.

The hundreds digit is greater than 3.

What number did Charlie make?

Write these price tags in order, starting with the smallest.

 

     £4.50  £4.05  £45

  

  £5.40  £40.50  £5.04

Column A

Column B

1 (smallest)
£40.50
2
£45
3
£5.04
4
£4.50
5
£4.05
6 (largest)
£5.40

Choose the number that is closest to 500.

 

532     432      5120     489    512 

532

432

5120

489

512

Jack has 49p.

Jill has 57p.

They share what they have equally between them.                        

How much does each of them get in pence?

 

 p

(Just write the number)

Match each shape name to the correct letter.

 

Column A

Column B

A
Triangle
B
Rectangle
C
Square
D
Pentagon
E
Hexagon

Bill has four coins.

He has £1.32 altogether.

Which four coins does he have?

1p

2p

5p

10p

20p

50p

£1

£2

Here is part of a number sequence.

 

12     17     22     27     32     ...

 

Select all of the numbers below that will appear in this sequence.

35

37

53

72

77

Anne buys two comics, each costing the same amount.                           

She pays with a £5 note and gets £1.04 change.

 

What is the cost of one comic in pounds?

 

£

(Just write the number)

Here is a rectangle divided into identical small squares.                       

 

 

What fraction of the rectangle is shaded red?

 

(Write the fraction using the / symbol)

From the list of numbers below, select two numbers which add to make 0.62.

0.01

0.1

0.25

0.32

0.37

0.6

Calculate:

 

7.9 - 3.27

 

How many lines of symmetry does this road sign have?

 

 

Match the calculations which are equal in value.

Column A

Column B

2 x 6
6 x 6
2 x 16
5 x 16
8 x 10
3 x 4
9 x 4
8 x 4

This is a right-angled triangle.

How many degrees is angle x?

 

°

In which section will the following numbers go in this Venn Diagram?

14     15     32     35   

 

 

 

Column A

Column B

14
A
15
D
32
C
35
B

Write the following time in the 24-hour clock format.

 

45 minutes before 8:35 p.m.

 

 

(Write the colon using the : symbol. Do not leave any spaces)

Calculate:

 

20% of 365

 

Select all the multiples of 8 from this list of numbers.

 

1     2     4     8     12     16     20     24     46     48     50

1

2

4

8

12

16

20

24

46

48

50

Work out the perimeter of this shape, drawn on 1 cm dotty paper.    

 

 cm 

(Just write the number)

Charlie places 2 apples on a weighing scale.

The pointer shows the mass of both apples.

 

 

He takes away one apple.

The pointer shows the mass of the remaining apple.

 

 

What is the mass in grams of the apple that Charlie took away?           

 

 g 

(Just write the number)

Select all the nets that will form a cube when folded.

 

         
A B C D E
A

B

C

D

E

Work out:

 

¾ of 240

This bar chart shows the favourite crisp flavour of some children.

How many more children preferred Ready Salted to Pizza flavoured crisps?

 

 

  • Question 1

Write the missing number in the calculation below:

 

5.7  x   =  5700

CORRECT ANSWER
1000
EDDIE SAYS
When we multiply by 1000, we move each digit three places to the left.
5.7 becomes 5700
  • Question 2

Write the missing number in the calculation below:

 

 

1020 ÷ 100 = 

CORRECT ANSWER
10.2
EDDIE SAYS
When we divide by 100, we move each digit two places to the right.
1020 becomes 10.2
  • Question 3

Charlie makes a number using these three digit cards.

 

3    4    7

 

The number is even.

The hundreds digit is greater than 3.

What number did Charlie make?

CORRECT ANSWER
734
EDDIE SAYS
The only even digit is 4, so this must be the final digit.
This leaves the 3 or the 7 for the hundreds digit, but it says that this must be greater than 3, so it must be 7.
  • Question 4

Write these price tags in order, starting with the smallest.

 

     £4.50  £4.05  £45

  

  £5.40  £40.50  £5.04

CORRECT ANSWER

Column A

Column B

1 (smallest)
£4.05
2
£4.50
3
£5.04
4
£5.40
5
£40.50
6 (largest)
£45
EDDIE SAYS
The digits after the decimal point show the number of pence, so £4.05 is 4 pounds and 5 pence.
  • Question 5

Choose the number that is closest to 500.

 

532     432      5120     489    512 

CORRECT ANSWER
489
EDDIE SAYS
489 is 11 away from 500
  • Question 6

Jack has 49p.

Jill has 57p.

They share what they have equally between them.                        

How much does each of them get in pence?

 

 p

(Just write the number)

CORRECT ANSWER
53
EDDIE SAYS
49p + 57p = 106p
106p ÷ 2 = 53p
  • Question 7

Match each shape name to the correct letter.

 

CORRECT ANSWER

Column A

Column B

A
Triangle
B
Rectangle
C
Square
D
Pentagon
E
Hexagon
EDDIE SAYS
A pentagon has 5 sides.
A hexagon has 6 sides.
  • Question 8

Bill has four coins.

He has £1.32 altogether.

Which four coins does he have?

CORRECT ANSWER
2p
10p
20p
£1
EDDIE SAYS
100p + 20p + 10p + 2p = 132p
  • Question 9

Here is part of a number sequence.

 

12     17     22     27     32     ...

 

Select all of the numbers below that will appear in this sequence.

CORRECT ANSWER
37
72
77
EDDIE SAYS
The numbers go up by 5 each time
Notice that the final digit is either 2 or 7.
  • Question 10

Anne buys two comics, each costing the same amount.                           

She pays with a £5 note and gets £1.04 change.

 

What is the cost of one comic in pounds?

 

£

(Just write the number)

CORRECT ANSWER
1.98
EDDIE SAYS
Two comics cost 500p - 104p = 396p
One comic costs 396p ÷ 2 = 198p
  • Question 11

Here is a rectangle divided into identical small squares.                       

 

 

What fraction of the rectangle is shaded red?

 

(Write the fraction using the / symbol)

CORRECT ANSWER
4/20
2/10
1/5
EDDIE SAYS
The three possible answers are all equal to each other.
  • Question 12

From the list of numbers below, select two numbers which add to make 0.62.

CORRECT ANSWER
0.25
0.37
EDDIE SAYS
0.25 + 0.37 = 0.62
  • Question 13

Calculate:

 

7.9 - 3.27

 

CORRECT ANSWER
4.63
EDDIE SAYS
We work out 7.90 - 3.27, remembering to set the subtraction out in columns.
We need to borrow from the 9 to make 10 in the units column, before subtracting the 7.
  • Question 14

How many lines of symmetry does this road sign have?

 

 

CORRECT ANSWER
2
EDDIE SAYS

 

  • Question 15

Match the calculations which are equal in value.

CORRECT ANSWER

Column A

Column B

2 x 6
3 x 4
2 x 16
8 x 4
8 x 10
5 x 16
9 x 4
6 x 6
EDDIE SAYS
2 × 6 = 3 × 4 = 12
2 × 16 = 8 × 4 = 32
8 × 10 = 5 × 16 = 80
9 × 4 = 6 × 6 = 36
  • Question 16

This is a right-angled triangle.

How many degrees is angle x?

 

°

CORRECT ANSWER
57
EDDIE SAYS
180° - 90° - 33° = 90° - 33° = 57°
  • Question 17

In which section will the following numbers go in this Venn Diagram?

14     15     32     35   

 

 

 

CORRECT ANSWER

Column A

Column B

14
C
15
A
32
D
35
B
EDDIE SAYS
14 is a multiple of 7 but not 5.
15 is a multiple of 5 but not 7.
32 is neither a multiple of 5 nor 7.
35 is a multiple of both 5 and 7.
  • Question 18

Write the following time in the 24-hour clock format.

 

45 minutes before 8:35 p.m.

 

 

(Write the colon using the : symbol. Do not leave any spaces)

CORRECT ANSWER
19:50
EDDIE SAYS
8:35 p.m. is written as 20:35 in the 24-hour clock.
35 minutes before this is 20:00
Another 10 minutes before this is 19:50
  • Question 19

Calculate:

 

20% of 365

 

CORRECT ANSWER
73
EDDIE SAYS
10% of 365 is 36.5
20% of 365 is 2 × 36.5 = 73
Alternative 20% is the same as 1/5, so just work out 365 ÷ 5 = 73
  • Question 20

Select all the multiples of 8 from this list of numbers.

 

1     2     4     8     12     16     20     24     46     48     50

CORRECT ANSWER
8
16
24
48
EDDIE SAYS
8, 16, 24 and 48 are all answers in the 8 times table.
  • Question 21

Work out the perimeter of this shape, drawn on 1 cm dotty paper.    

 

 cm 

(Just write the number)

CORRECT ANSWER
14
EDDIE SAYS
Start at a corner and count the distance around the edge.
  • Question 22

Charlie places 2 apples on a weighing scale.

The pointer shows the mass of both apples.

 

 

He takes away one apple.

The pointer shows the mass of the remaining apple.

 

 

What is the mass in grams of the apple that Charlie took away?           

 

 g 

(Just write the number)

CORRECT ANSWER
220
EDDIE SAYS
360 g - 140 g = 220 g
  • Question 23

Select all the nets that will form a cube when folded.

 

         
A B C D E
CORRECT ANSWER
A
B
D
EDDIE SAYS
C and E will have overlapping faces if you try to fold them up to form a cube.
  • Question 24

Work out:

 

¾ of 240

CORRECT ANSWER
180
EDDIE SAYS
¼ of 240 = 240 ÷ 4 = 60
¾ of 240 = 3 × 60 = 180
  • Question 25

This bar chart shows the favourite crisp flavour of some children.

How many more children preferred Ready Salted to Pizza flavoured crisps?

 

 

CORRECT ANSWER
9
EDDIE SAYS
12 preferred Ready Salted and 3 preferred Pizza flavour.
12 - 3 = 9
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