**11+ Maths **practice is our focus here.

**11 Plus ****Maths Test-taking Strategies**

Although there aren’t any quick wins for being good at Maths, some focussed test practice will improve your score – as will following a few test taking strategies. As a timed test you need to average around one minute per question. Work briskly but accurately. each question counts the same so pick off the easy ones first and don’t waste your test time on the most difficult questions.

Practise some of the most common numerical test types at the main test publisher websites. numerical reasoning test practice will prove to be an excellent means of brushing-up on any maths functions you haven’t used in a while. test pages these three sites cover most of the psychometric tests you are likely to find. For this reason alone I strongly advise practising sample questions from Kenexa-IBM TalentQ and SHL sites. ensure that you are comfortable using data tables, interpreting graphs and manipulating large financial figures.

**Practice 11 Plus Maths questions**

The table below shows the approximate flight distances of major airports from London.

COUNTRY | DISTANCE (km) |

ATHENS | 2400 |

CAIRO | 3500 |

CHICAGO | 6300 |

MADRID | 1200 |

MEXICO CITY | 9000 |

NEW YORK | 5500 |

RIO DE JANEIRO | 9200 |

SYDNEY | 17000 |

If it takes approximately 10 hours to fly to Chicago from London, then how many hours would it take to fly to Sydney? (Assume that the same plane travels at the same average speed to each destination).

A B C D E

25 26 27 28 29

A flight from London to Rio de Janeiro is re-routed to Mexico City. In kilometres what is the difference in the flight distance now flown by the plane?

A B C D E

200 less 100 less 100 more 200 more 500 more

Two planes leave London half an hour apart. The first plane to leave arrives in Mexico City 15 hours later at 04.00. If both planes fly at the same speed, when does the second plane arrive in Rio de Janeiro?

A B C D E

04.00 04.15 04.20 04.25 04.30

**Practice 11 Plus Maths questions**

In a wrapping paper factory the size of paper is given in terms of X, Y and Z. X=3Y, and 2Y = 9Z.

If a sheet of paper is 2X long, then how long is it in terms of Z?

A B C D E

27Z 18Z 9Z 12Z 6Z

If it costs £6.48 to produce a roll of paper 54Z long, how much does it cost to produce a roll of paper 6X long?

A B C D E

£12.96 £3.24 £9.72 £1.08 £4.32

If Y = 10cm, then what is the area of a piece of paper that is 2Y long and 2X wide?

A B C D E

12.00 0.12 18.00 1.20 1.80

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