In this worksheet, you will find 40 questions that include many of the level 2 topics that you have learned this year.
Work through the questions carefully.
Calculators may not be used.
Good luck!
This is a level 2 revision exercise to help prepare for Year 6/end of Key Stage 2 tests.
In this worksheet, you will find 40 questions that include many of the level 2 topics that you have learned this year.
Work through the questions carefully.
Calculators may not be used.
Good luck!
Write this number using figures:
Three hundred and fourteen thousand and sixtytwo
How many ten thousands are there in the number:
4 521 637
Select all the numbers which are bigger than 400 000.
Round to the nearest hundred thousand:
3 456 011
Select all the prime numbers in this list.
In your head, work out:
64  26 + 12
Subtract:
3653  1974
(Use a piece of paper, and set the numbers out in a column subtraction.)
Use long multiplication to work out:
1616 × 34
Write down two numbers between 20 and 50 that are multiples of both 3 and 7.
1st number  
2nd number 
Use long division to work out:
6594 ÷ 21
Write down the number which is halfway between:
540 100 and 640 300
Work out:
750 → + 9 → × 2 →  8 → ÷ 2 → ?
Work out:
(25 + 3) ÷ (8  1)
Choose all the fractions which are equivalent to the decimal:
0.375
Convert the following percentage to a decimal:
90%
(Do not type any more digits than are needed.)
Work out half of:
0.69
Work out:
2.603 + 5.7  4
Work out:
7.89 × 6
Work out:
2.6 ÷ 4
Look at the shading in this rectangle.
What percentage is shaded green?
Work out:
20% of 250
Work out the following, remembering to give your answer in its lowest terms, e.g. 7/10.
3    7 
5  20 
Work out the following, reducing your answer to its simplest form if you can.
8  ÷  6 
9 
3/5 of a DVD is used to record a film.
What percentage of the DVD remains unrecorded?
(Just write the number.)
These two shapes are similar.
State the missing length in cm.
(Just write the number.)
A bracelet is made only of red beads and blue beads.
For every red bead, there are 7 blue beads.
If 24 beads are used in the bracelet, how many blue beads are used?
I think of a number.
I divide it by 5 and add 2.
Then I add this to twice the original number.
I get 24.
Write this using algebra.
Use n for the number I think of.
To convert a temperature in Centigrade to one in Fahrenheit, we use this formula:
F = C × 9 ÷ 5 + 32
where
C is the temperature in degrees Centigrade or Celsius
F is the temperature in degrees Fahrenheit.
Use the formula to convert 40 degrees Centigrade to Fahrenheit.
(Just write the number.)
Subtract the areas of these two triangles and write down the difference in area in cm^{2}.
(Just write the number.)
Which is further?
Ann joins a 66 cm pipe, end to end, to one that is 3¼ m long.
How long are both pipes together in m?
(Just write the number.)
Four of the five angles around a point are 62º, 63º , 64º and 65º.
Work out the size of the fifth angle in degrees.
(Just write the number.)
Look at the coordinate grid below.
Which point has coordinates (0, 2)?
On paper, draw a set of axes numbered from 5 to +5.
Follow these instructions to plot points and draw lines.
Name the shape that is formed.
Join (3, 0) to (1, 0).
Join (1, 0) to (2, 3).
Join (2, 3) to (4, 3).
Join (4, 3) to (3, 0).
Look at the triangles on this coordinate grid.
On which triangle does Triangle G land when it is reflected in the yaxis?
Work out the mean, mode, median and range of the following set of numbers:
4, 4, 0, 0
answers  
mean  
mode  
median  
range 
This pie chart shows the holiday destinations of a class of children.
What percentage of the class went to the UK?
Complete the table using the bar chart showing the marks gained by a class in a maths test.
Mark  Frequency  

















Find A, B and C.
answers  
A  
B  
C 
Look at this line graph, which shows the height of a tomato seedling, measured each day.
How high is the plant in mm after 10 days?
(Just write the number.)
Look at this square, split into 4 smaller squares.
Half of the square is shaded blue by colouring in 2 small squares.
In how many different ways can half of the square be shaded blue by colouring in 2 small squares?
Write this number using figures:
Three hundred and fourteen thousand and sixtytwo
How many ten thousands are there in the number:
4 521 637
Select all the numbers which are bigger than 400 000.
Round to the nearest hundred thousand:
3 456 011
Select all the prime numbers in this list.
In your head, work out:
64  26 + 12
Subtract:
3653  1974
(Use a piece of paper, and set the numbers out in a column subtraction.)
Use long multiplication to work out:
1616 × 34
Write down two numbers between 20 and 50 that are multiples of both 3 and 7.
1st number  
2nd number 
Use long division to work out:
6594 ÷ 21
Write down the number which is halfway between:
540 100 and 640 300
Work out:
750 → + 9 → × 2 →  8 → ÷ 2 → ?
Work out:
(25 + 3) ÷ (8  1)
Choose all the fractions which are equivalent to the decimal:
0.375
Convert the following percentage to a decimal:
90%
(Do not type any more digits than are needed.)
Work out half of:
0.69
Work out:
2.603 + 5.7  4
Work out:
7.89 × 6
Work out:
2.6 ÷ 4
Look at the shading in this rectangle.
What percentage is shaded green?
Work out:
20% of 250
Work out the following, remembering to give your answer in its lowest terms, e.g. 7/10.
3    7 
5  20 
Work out the following, reducing your answer to its simplest form if you can.
8  ÷  6 
9 
8  ×  1 
9  6 
3/5 of a DVD is used to record a film.
What percentage of the DVD remains unrecorded?
(Just write the number.)
These two shapes are similar.
State the missing length in cm.
(Just write the number.)
A bracelet is made only of red beads and blue beads.
For every red bead, there are 7 blue beads.
If 24 beads are used in the bracelet, how many blue beads are used?
I think of a number.
I divide it by 5 and add 2.
Then I add this to twice the original number.
I get 24.
Write this using algebra.
Use n for the number I think of.
To convert a temperature in Centigrade to one in Fahrenheit, we use this formula:
F = C × 9 ÷ 5 + 32
where
C is the temperature in degrees Centigrade or Celsius
F is the temperature in degrees Fahrenheit.
Use the formula to convert 40 degrees Centigrade to Fahrenheit.
(Just write the number.)
Subtract the areas of these two triangles and write down the difference in area in cm^{2}.
(Just write the number.)
Which is further?
Ann joins a 66 cm pipe, end to end, to one that is 3¼ m long.
How long are both pipes together in m?
(Just write the number.)
Four of the five angles around a point are 62º, 63º , 64º and 65º.
Work out the size of the fifth angle in degrees.
(Just write the number.)
Look at the coordinate grid below.
Which point has coordinates (0, 2)?
On paper, draw a set of axes numbered from 5 to +5.
Follow these instructions to plot points and draw lines.
Name the shape that is formed.
Join (3, 0) to (1, 0).
Join (1, 0) to (2, 3).
Join (2, 3) to (4, 3).
Join (4, 3) to (3, 0).
Look at the triangles on this coordinate grid.
On which triangle does Triangle G land when it is reflected in the yaxis?
Work out the mean, mode, median and range of the following set of numbers:
4, 4, 0, 0
answers  
mean  
mode  
median  
range 
This pie chart shows the holiday destinations of a class of children.
What percentage of the class went to the UK?
Complete the table using the bar chart showing the marks gained by a class in a maths test.
Mark  Frequency  

















Find A, B and C.
answers  
A  
B  
C 
Look at this line graph, which shows the height of a tomato seedling, measured each day.
How high is the plant in mm after 10 days?
(Just write the number.)
Look at this square, split into 4 smaller squares.
Half of the square is shaded blue by colouring in 2 small squares.
In how many different ways can half of the square be shaded blue by colouring in 2 small squares?
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