Assessment booklet NL2

P7

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Assessment no.

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This booklet must be completed by the correct pupil as identified on the Allocation Sheet.

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Scottish Survey of Literacy and Numeracy

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Example of Level 2 (P7) booklet

What you will need to complete this booklet: • a pencil • the colour leaflet On the Buses for section B – check that this is inside this booklet.

Scottish Survey of Literacy and Numeracy

Second Level

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Scottish Survey of Literacy and Numeracy Numeracy The Survey The work in this booklet is part of a national survey to find out what children in Scotland know and can do in numeracy. Thousands of pupils in Scotland are taking part.

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This is what you do In this booklet there are three sections: A, B and C. Each section contains a

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number of different tasks for you to do.

Start at Section A and work through the booklet.

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If a question is too hard, leave it and go on to the next question. You can go

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back to it later if you have time.

Try to answer as many questions as you can.

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For Section B you will need to look at the colour leaflet to find the information

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question. Do not use a calculator.

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If you do not understand what you have to do, ask your teacher.

Do your best work. What you do is really important.

Thank you for taking part.

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Second Level

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Section A A1

In a test a pupil scored 28 out of 50. Write this result as a percentage.

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0·22 + 2·20 + 20·22 + 2·02

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This wheel of fortune is spun 100 times.

How often would you expect it to read ‘WIN’? Tick () one box. 6 times

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60 times

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Milly is saving for her holiday. She saves £23·30 in April and £13·95 in June. How much has she saved altogether?

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On the Buses You can travel all over Edinburgh on Lothian Buses.

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There are different types of tickets.

Number of journeys 1 Any number on the same day Unlimited travel for the time you have the Ridacard (see table below)

Ridacard

Ticket Type

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Ticket Type Single Day

Price

(age 16 and over)

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Single ticket child (age 5-15)

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(age 4 and under travel free)

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(age 16 and over)

Day ticket child (age 5-15)

Student* (16-25)

Child (5-15)

1 week

£15

£13

£10

4 week

£45

£38

£30

1 year

£540

£456

£360

£1·20

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Ridacard

£3·00

£2·40

* in full-time education anywhere (i.e. school, college or university)

Section B You will find the information to answer these questions in the coloured leaflet opposite.

On the Buses

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Here is the Sakr family:

Ash age 16

Jomana age 13

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Faris age 4

Help them find the best value on the buses!

Look at the table of ticket prices

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How much does it cost for a single ticket for each person in the family? A.

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Jomana (age 13)

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Ash (age 16)

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Jomana takes Faris on a single journey into town. What will this cost her? Answer: ______________________

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Second Level

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B3

How many bus journeys would Jomana need to make in one day before he would save money with a day ticket? Working

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Find the cost of a weekly ticket.

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Dad travels by bus 20 times a week. He could buy 20 single tickets or a weekly ticket.

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Work out the cost of 20 single tickets. Working

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Explain which is the better choice.

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Section C C1

Calculate 35·5 ÷ 5

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Martyn turns on the TV at 6.20 pm to watch his favourite programme – The One Show.

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6.00 News

7.00 The One Show

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How long is it before The One Show starts?

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7.30 EastEnders 8.00 Watchdog

A box holds 5 kg of coffee when full.

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There is 2 kg 300 g of coffee left in the box.

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How much coffee has been used?

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1 2

of a number is 80.

What is

1 of the same number? 4