# St Paul’s Girls School Sample Maths Paper 1 – 2017

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Year: 2017

Total Duration: 1 hour 15 minutes

Number of Questions: 37

Instructions Given:

- Use a pencil. No calculators or protractors or rulers are allowed.
- There are 18 questions. Answer all of them if you can.
- Show all your working in the spaces provided and write your answers on the lines provided. Use the back pages if necessary.
- Please do not rub out your working.
- If you cannot do a question, leave it and go on to the next one. Try again later.
- Do not ask a teacher to explain a question to you.
- If you finish before the end of 25 minutes go back and check your answers and try to fill in any answers you have left out.
- If you do not finish, or if you cannot understand all the questions, do not worry. People work at different speeds.

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Hi there, section A question number 18.

I think the answer should be cube number 4. Please check?

Thanks Kohila, We have updated now with a clear explanation. Thanks for pointing out. All the best for your child’s 11+ Prep.

Section B Question 2 – should we not subtract 4 posts as otherwise we will be double counting these? So the answer should be 64 – 4 = 60?

Thank you

Hi Maryam,

Generally, one part of 5m is formed by 2 posts …In the rectangle, the 100m line will have a total of (20+1) = 21 posts that extra 1 will be in the corner and for the 60m line we will have (12+1) = 13 posts

So total 2×21 + 2 x13 = 68

Then if we subtract the corner repeated ones 68 – 4 = 64 will be the final answer as given

This was directly written by not counting the posts twice in the answer.

Cheers,

Pi Academy Team.

Section C number 2. Is incorrect as it is in the shape of a square not a rectangle.

Hi Tomilayo,

Section C – Q2, once we form a 4×4 square, we can use ‘a’ number of rows and ‘b’ number of columns of that 4×4 square to make a rectangle of ‘4a’x’4b’ … It is mentioned in the answer clearly.

Hope this helps,

Cheers,

Pi Team.

very hrd qestons and excellent practice for 11+ exams, thanks for providing all these papers at one place piacadmy.

These private school questions are definitely more challenging than the 11+ exams. They start off easy and get harder as you go on. It just for them to pick out the brightest (or most hot-housed). The reality is that the private schools need your money and the pass rate for getting in for normal fees is not high. Never the less great practice for the 11+ if you’ve reached a stage where you are ahead of schedule and want to extend your child. Great work piacademy.

What is the pass mark for this St paul maths paper for scholarship?

Hello Manasi,

Thank you for your comment.

Please contact the school’s admission office for the information.

Regards,

Pi Team

Hi,

I think the answer for section A question 18 should be the first one since if the net is correct, then the black circle should be on the right side of the cube and not the left. And also, in the 4th one, it could be because true because if you draw the shape on a cut-out on a piece of paper and then fold it, then rotate it 90 degrees, the shape would match.

Thank You.

Hi qian wang,

For question 18, the first option cannot be the answer because the black circle is on the left and the white circle is on right. So that cannot be the answer as you correctly pointed out.

So the correct answer is the fourth option.

Noted and rectified.

Regards,

Pi Team.