Read the following instructions carefully
There 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.
The 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.