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Frequently Asked Questions

How do you get full marks on the KS1 SATs Maths exam?

Even though the KS1 SATS Maths exam is hard. You can get full marks by spending more time practising 11 Plus KS1 SATs Maths past papers and solving KS1 SATS Maths topic-wise questions daily.

Is KS1 SATs Maths paper exam difficult?

KS1 SATs Maths papers are challenging. By practising 11+ KS1 SATs Maths topic-wise questions regularly you will be very clear about what is asked for in the exam. Regular practice helps improve your speed in problem-solving and helps you score a good grade.

Can I get a refund for this subscription?

No. Due to its digital nature, the KS1 Maths & SPaG Past Papers Pack is non-refundable.

What is a good score for the KS1 SATs Maths exam?

The minimum score for the KS1 Maths test is 85. The highest score is 115. A score of above 100 on the exam is considered a good score. You can get a good score for the KS1 SATs Maths paper by practicing 11+ KS1 SATs Maths topic-wise questions regularly. It will help you improve your speed, accuracy, and time management.

When should you start revising for the KS1 SATs Maths Exam?

It is advised to start revising six to nine months before the KS1 SATs Maths Exam. Your child will be able to cover more content and you will have more time as a parent to point out any areas that need improvement. Regular practice of KS1 SATs Maths topic-wise questions helps you to understand what types of questions are being asked.

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