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## Free Year 7 Maths Test With Answers And Mark Scheme: Mixed Topic Questions

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This year 7 maths test is suitable for the majority of year 7 students and contains questions on a wide variety of topics. The test includes both procedural questions and applied problems.

This test is designed to be taken at the end of year 7. If you’re looking for a test for the start of year 7, we recommend you download the free year 6 maths test instead as it will provide a much fairer assessment of what students know.

## What topics are likely to be covered in Year 7 maths

Year 7 maths is likely to feel a little different to primary school maths. Students will be introduced to a number of new topics, as well as new vocabulary and methods for tackling problems. They will cover topics from across all of the 6 areas of maths: number, ratio and proportion, algebra, geometry, statistics and probability.

Although there is no set list of topics that students need to cover in Year 7, schools often choose to focus on number topics during Year 7. It is important that students develop their skills with mental and written calculations with whole numbers and decimals and working with fractions, percentages and ratios. They will need skills in these areas to be able to tackle problems across the curriculum as they progress through KS3.

Algebra and the use of algebraic notation is also a focus during Year 7 level maths. Again, it is important that students have a good foundation in algebra as they will build on this throughout their mathematical journey up to KS4 and beyond.

Other topics that are likely to be covered in Year 7 include:

- Place value
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- Charts and graphs
- Probability

Check out our comprehensive revision guides and maths worksheets for these topics here:

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## Year 7 maths questions

Students in Year 7 will be challenged to answer a variety of questions. Some questions will be procedural and will focus on learning and practising new methods. Other questions will ask students to apply their knowledge to solve problems and work through functional skills tasks. At this stage, most problems will not be too complicated, with perhaps one or two steps.

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## About this Year 7 maths test

This Year 7 test contains 16 questions of increasing difficulty. The test begins with questions accessible to the vast majority of Year 7 students, with questions becoming progressively more challenging. The maths topics covered in the test are:

The total number of marks available for this test paper is 50.

## How to use this Year 7 maths test

Our Year 7 maths test is designed to be taken as an end of year exam . The test is one hour long , allowing it to be sat within a lesson.

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By the end of Year 7, students will have made a good start to the KS3 maths curriculum. They will have gained a basic understanding of many topics across the six main areas of maths; number, ratio and proportion, algebra, geometry, statistics and probability. These may include: • Number: fractions, decimals, percentages, place value, negative numbers, factors and multiples, rounding, order of operations • Algebra: manipulating algebraic expressions, solving simple linear equations, using formulae, sequences, straight line graphs • Ratio, proportion and rates of change: ratio, direct proportion, conversion rates • Geometry and measures: area and perimeter, angles, properties of polygons, transformations, construction and loci • Probability: basic probability, sample space diagrams, Venn diagrams • Statistics: data collection, pie charts, scatter diagrams, averages It is worth noting that different schools cover the curriculum in different orders and there is no set list of what a student should know by the end of Year 7. You can find a full list of topics that students should cover by the end of KS3 here .

Year 7 maths lessons build on the maths done in primary school as well as introducing a number of new topics and new vocabulary. You can prepare for Year 7 maths by ensuring you are confident with your number work, including knowing your times tables, being able to use mental and written methods for calculations and having an understanding of fractions. Some good resources to help you with this are: • Revision guides and maths worksheets available on our website: • Subscription sites that your school may use, for example Sumdog or ttrockstars • CGP workbooks or other maths revision guides/workbooks

By the end of Year 7, most students will be working between GCSE grades 1 and 3. Different schools use different types of levels for Key stage 3 maths so it is best to check how your school assigns levels to your work.

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Example 1 A rectangle is twice as long as it is wide. Its perimeter is 24 cm, What is its area?

A width of 4 cm with a length of 8 cm gives the required perimeter. Thus, the area is 4 × 8 = 32 cm 2

Therefore the width = 4 cm and the height = 8 cm The area = 8 × 4 = 32 cm 2

What are the next 3 numbers in the sequence 2, 5, 10, 17,...?

You would expect the gap between 17 and the next number to be 9, so the next number is 26. Following this pattern the next numbers are 37 and 50.

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- If the length of the side of a square is doubled, what is the ratio of the areas of the original square to the area of the new square?
- The division of a whole number N by 13 gives a quotient of 15 and a remainder of 2. Find N.

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I can't tell you how many times you've posted a set of resources which are exactly what I need for the following week :D Also a great reminder of the awesome Colin Foster's activities. Thanks for all the hard work you put in - it's very much appreciated!

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These are great! The link to the number mazes task appears to be broken however. Any idea where I could find an alternative copy of these?

Hi. Frustratingly, it looks like all of Erich Friedman's puzzles have now been removed from the Stetson website, so I will remove this activity from the blog post. But if you still want to use them, I did download some (but not all) last year: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1mV1s6550uQacr1IMqRMLeM5_F2Btw9xm/view?usp=sharing

If you would like something a bit different for Year 7 to consolidate multiplication why not check out my workshop on the slide rule presented at #mathsconf26 (at 13:56mins to 23:31mins). https://completemaths.com/mathsconf/26. They'll learn something about the slide rule and practise multiplication at the same time. Does require them to be able to fold paper in half accurately! I know you love the slide rule. Thank you for another great Gems post. Jenny

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Age range: 11-14. Resource type: Worksheet/Activity. File previews. pdf, 424.8 KB. pdf, 353.5 KB. Maths problem solving booklets covering a wide range of mathematical problems designed to improve problem solving strategies as well as numeracy and mathematical ability. Designed to be printed as A5 booklets.

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1. In-Betweens from Colin Foster. This is an enjoyable and highly accessible activity with a good stretch task. It will start to give you a good idea of how much your new Year 7s know about place value. 2. Rainbow Squares from Math Pickle.

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Multi-step word problems. IXL's SmartScore is a dynamic measure of progress towards mastery, rather than a percentage grade. It tracks your skill level as you tackle progressively more difficult questions. Consistently answer questions correctly to reach excellence (90), or conquer the Challenge Zone to achieve mastery (100)!