OUNDLE SCHOOL 11 PLUS MATHS SAMPLE PAPER – 1 by smoothmaths | Jul 2, 2020 | 0 comments Welcome to your OUNDLE SCHOOL 11 PLUS MATHS SAMPLE PAPER - 1 Time : 1¼ hoursThis paper consists of two sections, Sections A and B. For entry into Oundle School, candidates are only expected to complete Section A within the 1¼ hours, although you may tackle some of Section B if you want to and if you have time. Section B is really for those who are competing for a scholarship award. It is expected that such candidates will complete Section A in 45 minutes and then spend 30 minutes on the Section B questions.Write ALL of your working on this paper. No other paper may be used. The answers alone are of no use. Show enough working on each question to show how you are getting your answer.NO CALCULATORS ALLOWED SECTION A1. Work out 65 + 88153143133163150 2. Work out 123 - 67561446644156 3. Multiply 76 × 9684634680760690 4. Work out 336 ÷ 65651665065 5. Subtract three times the smallest number from twice the largest numberin this list : 4, 11, 8, 2, 7, 132018152530 6. Write as a number : ninety thousand and nine9000990,099000099009019009 7. When Greg started to climb Ben Nevis, the temperature at the bottomwas 17 degrees. At the top, it was -2 degrees. What was the overalldrop in temperature as he climbed up the mountain ?19 degrees15 degrees17 degrees14 degrees16 degrees 8. What is 463 minutes in hours and minutes ?7 h 43 mins6 h 43 mins7 h 40 mins5 h 43 mins7 h 53 mins 9. Melanie’s father took 1 hr 25 mins to drive from Peterborough to Oxford.He left Peterborough at 11.45 am. At what time did he arrive in Oxford?1:101:451:0012:451:15 10. Change 4.6 minutes into seconds.276 secs600 secs270 secs260 secs167secs 11. Continue the sequences, giving the next two numbers each time :(a) 4, 10, 16, 22,28,3426.3428,3226,3027,32 11.(b) 1, 3, 9, 2781,24361,18354,10881,16271,213 11.(c) 12, 7, 2, -3-8,-13-8,-34,-35,-88,13 11.(d) 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 813,2113,1811,1613,1610,18 12. Find the missing numbers :3.49 × ? = 349 000 9 ÷ ? = 36100,000,0.2510000,0.25100,000.0.51000,0.41000000,0.3 13. Five friends shared the cost of a mansion (priced at 3 million pounds) equally. How much did each of them pay ?£600000£60000£6000£6000000£600 14. Susan’s bus fare is exactly 44 p. If the driver can give her change, what isthe smallest number of coins that can change hands when Susan pays to get on the bus ? (Explain clearly)3 coins4 coins2 coins5 coins1 coins 15. There are 120 boys and 80 girls at a small primary school. During theholidays, 50% of the boys and 60% of the girls saw the latest Harry Pottermovie. How many pupils in total from the primary school saw the movie ?1081001209860 16. On a clock face, what is the angle between the hands at 8.30 ?(Remember : the hour hand will have moved on since 8.00!)7521306080 17. You are told that 22 × 46 = 1012. Use this fact to write down the answersto :(a) 220 × 461012010121012001001210102 17.(b) 2.2 × 0.461.01210.12101.20.10121012 17.(c) 22 000 000 × 0.0461012000101200001012000001012000000101200 17.(d) 101 200 ÷ 4.622000220022022 17.(e) 44 × 23101222011211201none of the above 18. A piece of wire 36 cm long is bent into the shape of a rectangle.If the rectangle is twice as long as it is wide, what is its area (in square centimetres) ?\[72 cm^{2}\]\[62 cm^{2}\]\[84 cm^{2}\]\[52 cm^{2}\]\[75 cm^{2}\] 19. Robert enjoyed his summer holiday. He spent half of it working in a music store. He spent half of the remaining time reading and relaxing at home, and, after spending 4 days at a friend’s house, he had exactly 2 weeks left to attend a summer camp. How long (in days) was his summer holiday ?72 days108 days90 days84 days100 days END OF SECTION A SECTION BPLEASE REMEMBER THAT YOUR FULL WORKING DETAILS MUST BE SHOWN IN EVERY QUESTION ! 20. What is 60% of 10% of $900 ?$54$60$50$48$56 21. What is the smallest odd 5-digit number that you can make with the digits4, 7, 5, 8, 3 using each digit only once ?3458735487384754385737485 22.As his hobby, Fred builds 3-legged stools and 4-legged tables. Last monthhe used 72 legs and he built 3 more stools than tables. How many stools andhow many tables did he build ?12 stools & 9 tables14 stools & 11 tables15 stools & 12 tables11 stools & 8 tables9 stools & 12 tables 23. 2008 is a leap year, and this year the 29th of February falls on a Friday.On what day of the week will the 29th of February fall in the next leap year (2012) ? (Remember there are 366 days in a leap year).WednesdayFridayThursdayMondayTuesday 24. Adam, Ben and Carl are weighing themselves. Together, Adam and Ben weigh 102 kg Ben and Carl weigh 97 kg Adam and Carl weigh 93 kg.What is their total weight in kg ?146kg292kg141kg140kg250kg 25. On this diagram, the start position is the letter S on the left, and the finish position is the letter the S on the right. You have to move from letter to letter, and you may only move along the lines. Following these rules, how many different routes can you find which spell out the word SQUARES ?(You may use the back of this sheet if you need extra space, but remember there is probably a quick, clever way of doing it rather than trying to write out all the possible routes!)20 routes18 routes15 routes10 routes12 routes Time is Up!