KS3 Maths is Easy Higher Tier Practice PapersA revision guide to help you prepare for your Maths assessments. Learn how to pass the Higher papers for KS3 Maths.
KEY STAGE 3: Maths Is Easy –
Practice Papers (HIGHER)
The Importance of MathsThe subject of Maths is part of the National Curriculum, meaning that every student must study Maths to at least GCSE level. Of course, Maths is a vital aspect, not just in education, but in our daily lives. It allows us to perform basic mathematical calculations such as working out tax, working out our expenses, and a whole range of other things! That is why, here at How2Become, we create revision guides that allows students to revise Maths in a fun and interactive way. Our guides are carefully designed so that children make the most out of their learning. We as educational experts can only do so much to help your child excel in their studies. Ultimately, it is down to your child and whether or not they want to learn. But, with the help of our Maths is Easy revision guides, we are sure that your child will increase their knowledge, for both the classroom and their exams. KS3 Practice Papers (Higher Tier) Within this guide, we have created two sets of practice papers. These practice papers have been designed at a Higher Tier level. Within the guide, you will be provided with:
- 2 x Arithmetic papers;
- 2 x Non-Calculator papers;
- 2 x Calculator papers.
|Percentages||Ratio||Proportion||Algebra||Rates of Change|
|Scales and Maps||Converting Measurements||Perimeters||Areas||Volumes|
|2D and 3D shapes||Charts and Diagrams||Averages||Probability||Angles|
Key Stage 3 Maths Is Easy – Practice Papers is a new revision tool for the current national curriculum.
With this guide comes great preparation for children aged 11-14. Packed full of practice questions, this guide will no doubt improve your child’s learning and ultimately increase their classroom learning.
This guide is packed full of detailed information, ample sample questions and top tips and advice regarding the Maths KS3 curriculum.
SAMPLE MATHS QUESTIONS
- Shape A area = 900 m
- Shape A perimeter = 120 m
- Shape B area = 800 m
- Shape B perimeter = 120 m
ANSWER TO QUESTION 266
- 4 x 6 = 24
- 6 x 7 = 42
- 24 + 42 = 66
ANSWER TO QUESTION 3
- The common factor between 4 and 8 is 4. Both parts of the expression also has the term a in common too.
- So 4a will be positioned outside of the bracket.
- Using 4a, you will be able to work out what numbers and terms will be placed inside of the brackets.
All it takes is a little bit of time and practice!
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