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#### Practice QTS Numeracy Test 04

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Q:1-A science class of 30 pupils was given two tests. Test 1 was given at the start of the term and Test 2 at the end of the term. As part of a review of pupil progress, a teacher prepared this bar chart showing pupil achievement in the two tests.
Tick True Statements

A:- The number of pupils achieving 81+ marks increased by 50% from Test 1 to Test 2.
B:- More than 80% of pupils achieved more than 40 marks in Test 2.
C:- 1/3 of pupils achieved fewer than 41 marks in Test 1.
D:- both B & C

Q:2In order to predict pupils' achievement in a GCSE subject, a teacher produced the following table.
The table shows the marks achieved by 3 pupils in coursework and in a practice examination. Using the previous year's results, the teacher set a minimum final percentage mark of 55 for a predicted grade C.
Which pupil is predicted to achieve a grade C?

Pupil X
Pupil Y
Pupil Z

Q:3-A teacher looked at past achievements in end of Key Stage 2 assessment for the period 2009 - 2011 in order to predict GCSE achievements for a group of pupils.
Tick true statements:

A:- In 2009 the teacher assessment result for each subject was above the corresponding test/task result.
B:- In 2010 the teacher assessment result was closer to the test/task result in English than it was in science.
C:- Taking into account both teacher assessments and test/task assessments, the trend in both English and mathematics indicates improved performance.
D:- both B & C

Q:4-A teacher presented the following box-and-whisker diagram as part of a staff discussion on pupils' performance. The diagram shows the percentage test marks in mathematics for a revision test for two class groups.
Tick true statements:

A:- The range of percentage marks was greatest in Class A.
B:- The median percentage mark in Class A was 15 percentage points less than the median percentage in Class B.
C:- The interquartile range was the same in both classes.
D:- both A & C

Q:5- A teacher produced the following table to show the marks achieved in an end of year geography test by pupils in three Year 7 classes.
Tick true statements:

A:- Some pupils in Class A achieved less than 12%.
B:- At least one pupil in Class C achieved less than 20%.
C:- All pupils in Class B achieved at least 40%.
D:- both B & C

Q:6-At a staff meeting, the head teacher presented the following table, showing the number of pupils in each class in a school who are having extra music lessons.
What percentage of pupils in the school are having extra music lessons?
Give your answer to the nearest whole number.

17%
19%
21%
23%

Q:7-To inform her choice of reading materials, a primary teacher looked at the spread of reading ages in her class. The scatter graph shows the actual age and reading age of 21 pupils in the class.
What is the range of reading ages for the pupils in the class?

13 months
19 months
21 months

Q:8-To inform her choice of reading materials, a primary teacher looked at the spread of reading ages in her class. The scatter graph shows the actual age and reading age of 21 pupils in the class.
What proportion of the class have the same reading age as their actual age?
Give your answer as a decimal to one decimal place.

0.3
0.5
0.7
0.9

Q:9-In a year group of 110 pupils, 66 pupils have school dinners.
What proportion of the year group do not have school dinners?

0.2
0.4
0.6
0.8

Q:10-In a year group of 120 pupils, 75% achieved a Level 4 or Level 5 in Key Stage 2 English. 65 pupils achieved a Level 4.
How many pupils achieved a Level 5?