ST GEORGE'S COLLEGE 11 PLUS MATHS SAMPLE PAPER – 2 by smoothmaths | Jul 6, 2020 | 0 comments Welcome to your ST GEORGE'S COLLEGE 11 PLUS MATHS SAMPLE PAPER - 2 Read the following instructions carefullyThere are between 25 and 28 questions. You should attempt all of them in any order you like. Write neatly and show all your working. It may be possible to give you marks if your working makes sense, even if your final answer is wrong. Put your answer in the space provided. If you think you have finished check that you have answered all the questions. Keep an eye on the time. Work carefully and steadily. Move on to another question if you find yourself spending too long on a question. You may not use a calculator. Sample QuestionsThe questions in the following section have been set in past entrance examinations and have been selected to demonstrate the ways in which both basic skills and the understanding of simple concepts are tested. The time allowed is 45 minutes. 1. 192 + 888Answer:10801070980970None of the Above 2. 888 -192Answer:696796769716None of the Above 3. 14 × 7 × 2Answer:19620019898108 4. 18 - 17 + 16 - 15 + 14 - 13Answer:364-35 5. 531 × 135Answer:7168570585715856168570685 6. 12321 ÷ 9Answer:13691439139612391299 7. £1.28 + 57pAnswer:£1.85£1.57£5.71£5.17£1.50 8. £1.28 – 57pAnswer:£0.71£0.57£0.85£0.17£0.50 9. Write in figures the number forty two thousand and eight.42008420008420800428000None of the Above 10. (a) Express 51 km in metres51000m5100m510m510000m501m 10.(b) Express 510 cm in metres5.1m1.5m0.5m5mNone of the Above 11. To cook a joint of beef, you leave it in the oven for 30 minutes for every kilogram it weighs plus 20 minutes extra. Find how long you should cook a joint weighing:(a) 2kg1h 20min1h 5min1h 10min1h 30min1h 15min 11.(b) 3.5kg2h 05min2h 10min1h 20min2h 15min2h 20min 12. For a film, the seats cost £3 for each child and £7 for each adult. I was charged £51 for all the seats I bought.(i) Did I buy more than 7 adult tickets?no more than 7yeah more than 77 onlybought 7 tickets for childern onlyNone of the Above 12 (ii) If there were more adult tickets than child tickets, how many of each did I buy?6 Adult tickets & 3 Child tickets3 Adult tickets & 6 Child tickets8 Adult tickets & 4 Child tickets5 Adult tickets & 2 Child tickets6 Adult tickets & 4 Child tickets 12.(iii) If there were more child tickets than adult tickets, how many of each did I buy?10 child tickets & 3 adult tickets8 child tickets & 2 adult tickets11 child tickets & 3 adult tickets3 child tickets & 9 adult tickets12 child tickets & 6 adult tickets 13. A rectangle measures 4.0 cm by 7.1 cm. What is its area?\[28.4 cm^{2}\]\[25.5 cm^{2}\]\[28.1 cm^{2}\]\[27 cm^{2}\]\[28 cm^{2}\] 14. Every day a jogger runs 4km.(i) Find out how far he runs in 4 weeks.112km96km100km108km120km 14 (ii) If he takes 15 minutes to run 4km, what is his average speed in km per hour?16kmph6kmph8kmph12kmph4kmph 15. A ferry crossing from Dover to Calais was supposed to leave at 0745 and take one and a quarter hours. In fact the ferry left 17 minutes late and arrived at Calais at 0911.(i) Using the 24 hour clock, write the time when the ferry left Dover.8:028:008:178:058:07 15 (ii) How many minutes did the crossing from Dover to Calais actually take?69min90min96min60min84min 15.(iii) How many minutes late did the ferry arrive in Calais?11min15min10min20min13min 16. When two numbers are added together, the result is 32. When the smaller number is subtracted from the larger one, the result is 6. Find the numbers.13, 1914, 2012, 1811, 17None of the Above 17. A piece of string is 12.6cm long. If a piece 3.75cm is cut from it, how long is the piece of string that remains?8.85cm9.50cm8.50cm9.40cm7.90cm 18. Eggs are sold in boxes of 12, costing £1.68. I wish to make 15 cakes for a localfete and the recipe requires that I use 5 eggs for each cake.(i) How many eggs will I use altogether if I make 15 cakes?75eggs60eggs72eggs85eggs65eggs 18.(ii) How many boxes must I buy to ensure I have enough eggs to makethe 15 cakes?76589 18.(iii) How much will I pay for the eggs?£11.76£12.60£11.50£12.76£10.50 19. A ream of paper consists of 500 sheets. If one sheet of paper has a mass of 4.75g, what would be the mass of 1 ream of paper?(i) Give your answer in grams.2375g2735g2537g2753gNone of the Above 19.(ii) Give your answer in kilograms2.375kg2.735kg2.537kg2.753kgNone of the Above 20. On a trip to France, I found that one English pound was worth 1.2 Euros. So forexample, I would receive 2.4 Euros in exchange for £2.(i) On a ferry to France, I wanted to buy a large bar of Tobleronechocolate, which cost £3. How many Euros would I have to pay forit?3.6Euros2.6Euros3.4Euros4.2EurosNone of the Above 20.(ii) A certain bottle of wine in France costs 7.5 Euros. How much isthat in English pounds?£6.25£5.50£5.75£6.75£5.25 21. Fill in the missing numbers in the following sequences:(i) 7, 10, 2513 & 2212 & 2314 & 2113 & 25None of the Above (ii) 192, 96, 48, , 12, 6,24 & 336 & 638 & 225 & 5None of the Above 22. I used my calculator to work out (31 × 9) ÷ 52. Before doing so I worked out in my head that the answer should be about six. What was the simple calculation I didin my head?1098711 23. A box of Kiddimix contains 20 chocolates of which 8 are plain chocolates. If 16 ofthe 20 have soft centres, what can you say about how many plain chocolatesthere are with soft centres?4<4>465 24. (i) Find 5/8 of 240m150120140130125 24.(ii) Find 20% of £350£70£50£60£75£40 24. (iii) A student sleeps for 9 hours every night. For what fraction of the whole day, isthe student awake? Give your answer in its most simplified form.\[\frac{5}{8}\]\[\frac{3}{8}\]\[\frac{1}{2}\]\[\frac{7}{8}\]\[\frac{1}{4}\] 25. Find the values of 6\[\frac{4}{3}\]3\[\frac{2}{6}\]6\[\frac{3}{4}\]4\[\frac{3}{6}\]3\[\frac{4}{6}\] 1 \[\frac{3}{4}\]3 \[\frac{1}{4}\]\[\frac{1}{4}\]\[\frac{3}{4}\]1 \[\frac{2}{3}\] Time is Up!