# ITC Year 6 Maths Assessment

In this assessment, students will review their comprehension of topics covered at the end of year 5 to help guide assigned activities and progress for year 6.

Key stage:  KS 2

Curriculum topic:   Assessment

Curriculum subtopic:   Starter Assessment

Difficulty level:

### QUESTION 1 of 10

In this assessment, you'll review your understanding of topics covered at the end of year 5 to help guide your assigned activities in year 6.

It may take approximately 45 minutes to complete. This is a timed activity, but don't worry if it takes you a bit longer to complete.

Write this number using digits.

Forty thousand and forty

Write down the number which is halfway between:

54140 and 74680

Which of these two numbers is bigger?

A.  37 hundreds

B.  370 tens

Choose between A or B or state if they are both the same.

A

B

both the same

Round this number to the nearest 1000:

365 452

360 000

370 000

365 000

366 000

Work out   -1 - 8

19263 + 49552  =  ____________

Is this true or false?

128 ÷ 2 = 16 × 4

true

false

Is the following number a square number?

16

No

Yes

Is the following number prime or composite?

25

prime

composite

Select the correct sign, > or < between the fractions.

 2 10
 1 2
<

>

Round this decimal number to 1 decimal place:

0.88

Find the total of

1451 + 8810.5 + 3085.3 =  ___________

Work out:

45.7 ÷ 1000

=

Convert the following percentage to a fraction in its lowest terms:

75%

1/75

75/100

3/4

Jane drinks 1/4 of a 500 ml bottle of orange juice.

Bill drinks 2/5 of a 300 ml can of lemonade.

Who drinks more?

Jane

Bill

Both the same

Work out:

20% of 3100

Write the following time in 24 hour clock format:

75 minutes before 1.05 a.m.

Look at the following price list:

The shopkeeper decides to sell the kiwi fruit at half price.

How many kiwi fruit can now be bought for £5?

Convert this distance to metres:

30.03 km

(Just write the number.)

Two of the angles in a triangle are 77º and  66º.

Work out the size of the third angle in degrees.

(Just write the number.)

• Question 1

Write this number using digits.

Forty thousand and forty

40040
EDDIE SAYS
Forty thousand would be 40000.
Then put 40 in the right place to get 40040.
• Question 2

Write down the number which is halfway between:

54140 and 74680

64410
EDDIE SAYS
Add 54140 + 74680 = 128820.
Half of this is 64410.
• Question 3

Which of these two numbers is bigger?

A.  37 hundreds

B.  370 tens

Choose between A or B or state if they are both the same.

both the same
EDDIE SAYS
37 hundreds is 37 × 100 = 3700.
370 tens is 370 × 10 = 3700.
• Question 4

Round this number to the nearest 1000:

365 452

365 000
EDDIE SAYS
365 452 is between 365 000 and 366 000 but closer to 365 000.
• Question 5

Work out   -1 - 8

-9
EDDIE SAYS
Start at -1 and count back 8.
• Question 6

19263 + 49552  =  ____________

68815
EDDIE SAYS
Arrange in columns, and start adding from the right-hand end. Remember to carry if the total comes to 10 or more.
• Question 7

Is this true or false?

128 ÷ 2 = 16 × 4

true
EDDIE SAYS
128 ÷ 2 = 64
16 × 4 = 64
So they are equal.
• Question 8

Is the following number a square number?

16

Yes
EDDIE SAYS
It is 4 × 4.
• Question 9

Is the following number prime or composite?

25

composite
EDDIE SAYS
25 has factors of 25, 5 and 1 and so is composite.
• Question 10

Select the correct sign, > or < between the fractions.

 2 10
 1 2
<
EDDIE SAYS
2/10 is 0.2 as a decimal.
1/2 is 0.5 as a decimal.
• Question 11

Round this decimal number to 1 decimal place:

0.88

0.9
EDDIE SAYS
0.88 is between 0.8 and 0.9, but closer to 0.9.
• Question 12

Find the total of

1451 + 8810.5 + 3085.3 =  ___________

13346.8
EDDIE SAYS
1451 is the same as 1451.0.
Arrange in columns and add from the right, carrying if the answer is 10 or more.
• Question 13

Work out:

45.7 ÷ 1000

=

0.0457
EDDIE SAYS
The digits move 3 places to the right.
• Question 14

Convert the following percentage to a fraction in its lowest terms:

75%

3/4
EDDIE SAYS
75/100 reduces to 3/4 by dividing top and bottom by 25.
• Question 15

Jane drinks 1/4 of a 500 ml bottle of orange juice.

Bill drinks 2/5 of a 300 ml can of lemonade.

Who drinks more?

Jane
EDDIE SAYS
1/4 of 500 ml = 500 ÷ 4 = 125 ml
2/5 of 300 ml = 300 ÷ 5 × 2 = 120 ml
• Question 16

Work out:

20% of 3100

620
EDDIE SAYS
10% is 310.
Double this to get 20%.
• Question 17

Write the following time in 24 hour clock format:

75 minutes before 1.05 a.m.

23:50
EDDIE SAYS
Go back 1 hour to get 0.05 a.m.
Then go back another 15 minutes to reach 11.50 p.m. which is 23:50.
• Question 18

Look at the following price list:

The shopkeeper decides to sell the kiwi fruit at half price.

How many kiwi fruit can now be bought for £5?

60
EDDIE SAYS
The kiwi fruits are now £1 for 12

so, 12 x 5 = 60

• Question 19

Convert this distance to metres:

30.03 km

(Just write the number.)

30030
EDDIE SAYS
30.03 × 1000 = 30030
• Question 20

Two of the angles in a triangle are 77º and  66º.

Work out the size of the third angle in degrees.

(Just write the number.)

37
EDDIE SAYS
180 - 77 - 66
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