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Semestral Assessment 1 Paper 1

Semestral Assessment 1 Paper 2

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Semestral Assessment 1 Paper 3

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Semestral Assessment 1 Paper 4

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Semestral Assessment 1 Paper 5

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Semestral Assessment 2 Paper 1

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Semestral Assessment 2 Paper 2

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Semestral Assessment 2 Paper 3

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Semestral Assessment 2 Paper 4

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Semestral Assessment 2 Paper 5

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Semestral Assessment 1 Mock Paper 1


1 - 1

Marks

Duration: 1 hr 45 min
1 45
Section A (20 x 2 marks)
Choose the correct answer for each question and write its number in
the brackets provided.
A 20 x 2

1.
Which is the correct order of the numbers in the box from the
smallest to the largest?
1.

19

4
17
2

11
8

(1)

2,4,6,11,17,8,19

(2)

4,6,11,2,17,8,19

(3)

2,4,6,8,11,17,19

(4)

19,17,11,8,6,4,2

2.

comes just after 19.


2. 19

(1)

4+17

(2)

6+14

(3)

9+13

(4)

3+15

3.

comes just before 12.


12

(1)

6+5

(2)

7+6

(3)

9+3

(4)

8+5

4.

19 is between 20 and
19 20

(1)
(3)
5.

8+11
9+12

(2)
(4)

6+12
7+15
(

7 more than 14 is
7 14

(1)

2+19

(2)

9+15

(3)

6+16

(4)

4+7

(2)
(4)

3+6
9+2

6.

is 5 less than 16
6 5 16

(1)
(3)

4+3
6+7

Look at the picture and answer Questions 7 and 8.


7 8

7.

How many rectangles are there?

(1)
(3)

8.

4
5

(2)
(4)

6
7
(

How many more triangles are there than


circles?
8.

(1)
(3)
9.

1
3

(2)
(4)

2
4

How many triangles are there in the picture below?


9.

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

Use the picture below to answer Questions 10 to 13.


10 13

10.
(1)

11.

Which is the longest item?


10.

Pen
(3)

(2)
Pencil

Ruler
(4) Arrow
(

Which is the shortest item?


11.

(1)
(3)

12.

Pen
Pencil

How many
pen?

(2)
(4)

is the ruler longer than the

12.

(1)
(3)

13.

Ruler
Arrow

1
3

(2)
(4)

2
Impossible to tell

What is the total length of the pencil and the pen in terms of
?
13.

(1)

(2)

(3)

14.

(4)

rd

How many houses are there between the 3 house and the 10
house?

th

14.

(1)
(3)

15.

3
10

(2)
(4)

7
6

How many stars are there in the 3 boxes?


15. 3

16.

(1)

22

(2)

21

(3)

20

(4)

19

(2)
(4)

10
12

What is the missing number?


16.

(1)
(3)

9
11
6

17.

Complete the number sentence:


17.

18.

19.

(1)

13 4 = 9

(2)

12 5 = 7

(3)

11 5 = 6

(4)

14 6 = 8

9+

= 16

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

5 is

less than 9.

5 9

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(2)
(4)

as heavy as
as light as

20.A

B is
(1)
(3)

A
lighter than
heavier than

BA
12
34
(
Section B (20 x 2 marks)
Fill in the blanks with the correct answers.
B 20 x 2

21.

There are

cats in the picture.

22.

There are

apples in the picture.

23.

Write in words

14

24.

Write in number

nineteen

25.

There are more items in Set

than Set

25.

26.

There are less items in Set

than Set

27.

The missing numbers in the series are


and
respectively.

28.

The missing numbers in the circles are


respectively.

29.

The sum that matches the number on the right is

30.

The shortest ruler is Ruler

and

(A)

(B)

(C)

31.

th

The 5 letter from the left is Letter

Letter

32.

th

The 8 number from the right is

13

14

20

12

Look at the pictures and answer Questions from 33 to 35:


33 35

(A)

33.

Set
umbrellas.

(B)

and Set

(C)

have the same number of

33.

34.

Set

has 7 fewer umbrellas than Set

(D)

35.

Set

has 3 more umbrellas than Set

36.

Which box does not have the same answer as the other boxes?
e

Ans:
37.

How many more squares do we need to add in order to get 11 squares?


Draw the additional squares in the other half of the ellipse.
11

38.

Tick the numbers whose sum is 14:


38. 14

39.

Fill in the blanks such that each answer is 1 more than 15-3.
39. 1 15-3

17 -

5+

9+

18 -

(The numbers filled in should be different from each other)

40.

Jack and Jean had 7 pencils each after Jack lost 5 of his pencils. Before
losing his pencils, Jack had

pencils

5 7

Section C (5 x 4 marks)
Show your workings clearly in the space given.
C 5 x 4

41.

nd

There is a queue in front of a grocery store. Alex is the 2 person


th
standing from the front and the 9 standing from the back of the queue.
How many people are there in the queue?
9

Ans:
42.

Ans:
43.

Complete the series in stage 4 :


43. 4

44.

John had 9 books. How many books did John have after his mother gave
him 5 more books?
9 5

Ans:
45.

Mary had 12 cakes. How many cakes does Mary have after she gave 5
cakes to her brother
12 5

Ans:

Semestral Assessment 1 Mock Paper 2


Duration: 1 hr 45 min

Marks

Section A (20 x 2 marks)


Choose the correct answer for each question and write its number in the
brackets provided.
1.

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

10
(

2.

How many rectangles are there in the figure below?

(1)

(2)

(3)

10

(4)

13

3.

is one unit
How long is the pencil?
(1)
(3)

2 units
3 units

(2)
(4)

4 units
5 units
(

4.

The missing numbers in the boxes are

, and

respectively.

5.

(1)

11, 14, 16

(2)

11, 13, 16

(3)

10, 11, 16

(4)

11, 13, 17

6+7

20 - 7

4+8

17 - 4

The set that is different from the others is


(1)
A
(2) B
(3)
C
(4) D

6.

Arrange these numbers from the smallest to the biggest:

15
(1)
(3)

1, 4, 7, 6, 9, 12, 15
1, 4, 6, 7, 9, 12, 15

4
(2)
(4)

12

15, 12, 9, 7, 6, 4, 1
12, 15, 9, 7, 6, 4, 1

7.

Choose the items that when put together will form a rectangle.

(1)
(3)

8.

B
A, B and C
A, C and E

(2)
(4)

D
B, C and D
A, B, C and D

Choose the answer that best describes the picture below.


Stick
Pencil

(1)

(3)

The pencil is 2 units


longer
than the stick.
The pencil is as long as the
stick.

(2)
(4)

The stick is 3 units shorter


than the pencil.
The pencil is 3 units shorter
than the stick.
(

9.

Choose the best answer.

(1)
(3)

Box A is the lightest


Box C is the lightest

(2)
(4)

Box B is the lightest


Box D is the lightest

10.

Mary is given 5 apples. She had 10 apples at first. How many apples does
she have now?
(1)

(2)

10

(3)

15

(4)

20
(

11.

Choose one number to complete the number pattern below


4
1

12.

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

6
(

Choose the correct answers to fill in the blank.


Set
has 6 more beads than Set

Set A

Set B

Set C

Set D

(1)

A;B

(2)

B;C

(3)

C;D

(4)

D;B

13.
5+1

is

less than

5+11

(1)

(2)

(3)

10

(4)

15

14.

What makes each of the groups below different from others?

(1)
(3)

15.

Shapes
Size

(2)
(4)

Number
Shape, number and size
(

rd

Look at the number below. Subtract 2 from the 3 number from the
left. The answer is the same as the
number from the right.
3

Left
st
(1)
1
rd
(3)
3

(2)
(4)

Right

nd

2
th
4

16.

Mrs. Tan needs 18 eggs to bake a cake. She has 8 eggs. How many more
eggs does she need?
(1)
4
(2) 6
(3)
8
(4) 10
(
)

17.

Mandy has 5 cookies. She is given 10 more cookies. How many cookies
does Mandy have now?
(1)
5
(2) 10
(3)

15

(4)

20
(

18.

There are 10 marbles in a box. After John has taken 5 marbles from the
box, how many marbles are there in the box?
(1)
0
(2) 5
(3)
10
(4) 15
(

19.

20.

Tim was 10 years old two years ago. He will be


two years time.
(1)

12

(2)

13

(3)

14

(4)

15

years old in

Find the number that is more than 5 + 6 but less than 10 + 3


(1)
11
(2) 12
(3)
13
(4) 14

Section B (20 x 2 marks)


Fill in the blanks with the correct answers.
21.

Write in words:
8:

22.

Draw a line in the box to show the number on the left.

23.

9 and 4 are

24.

Subtract 6 from 19 and the answer is

25.

The total number of trees in the two boxes are

26.

Fill in the missing numbers:


17, 15, 13,

27.

, 9, 7

28.

Circle the heavier object.

29.

Circle the 3 pumpkin from the left

30.

How many circles are there in the sequence below? Colour all of them.

rd

Ans:
31.

What is the next item in the sequence?

Circle your choice:

32.

Tick the shortest object.

33.

Fill in the missing number and circle your choice for the word in
brackets.

Set A has

34.

( more / less ) books than set B.

What are the three numbers that add up to 15?


4

12

Ans:
35.

Alex has 6 apples. Mary has 5 watermelons.


In total, they have
fruits.

14

36.

A pencil is 6 units long. A ruler is 14 units long.


(a) How many units shorter is the pencil than the ruler?
(b) What is the total number of units for the pencil and the ruler?

Ans:
37.

The length of String A is 17 units. How long is String B, given that String
B is 9 units shorter than String A?

Ans:

38.

Mary has 13 apples. Jean has 7 apples less than Mary. How many apples
do they have altogether?

Ans:
39.

John has 8 comic books. His brother has 4 comic books more than John.
How many comic books do they have altogether?

Ans:
40.

Sam is standing in a row with his friends.


rd

nd

He is 3 from the right and 2 from the left.


There are

children in the row.

Section C (5 x 4 marks)
Show your workings clearly in the space given.
41.

th

th

In a queue, Jean is the 4 person standing from the left and 8 person
standing from the right. How many people are there in the queue?

Ans:
42.

There are 9 balls in the drawer. Some are black and some are white.
There are 3 fewer black balls than white balls. How many white balls are
there?

Ans:
43.

Tom is taller than Mark but is shorter than Mary. Mary is shorter than
Mike. Who is the tallest?

Ans:

44.

Andrew has 10 sweets. John has 6 sweets more than Andrew.


Mary has 5 sweets less than John. How many sweets does Mary have?

Ans:
45.

Mrs Lin had 15 cakes. She wanted to give 5 cakes to each of her 4
children. How many more cakes did she need?

Ans:

Semestral Assessment 1 Mock Paper 3


Marks

Duration: 1 hr 45 min

Section A (20 x 2 marks)


Choose the correct answer for each question and write its number in the
brackets provided.
1.

2.

3.

How many circles are there in the picture below?

(1)

17

(2)

18

(3)

19

(4)

20
(

Which of the followings means 3 fours ?

(1)

3+4

(2)

3x4

(3)

3+3+3

(4)

4+4+4+4

There are 8 sets in all, each of which contains 2 items. How many items
are there altogether?
(1)
10

(2)

12

(3)

(4)

20

16

4.

5.

Which of the shaded face below is a triangle?

(1)

A
A

(3)

(2)

C
B

(4)

None of them

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

In a queue, Peter is third from the right and second from the left. How
many people are there in the queue?
(1)
5
(2) 6
(3)
4
(4) 3
(

7.

Marys father does not often go to sleep until midnight on week days.
Which of the following clocks shows the correct time when Marys
father goes to sleep?

6.

Jean has 16 flowers and she wants to put 4 flowers in one vase. How
many vases does she need?
(1)
3
(2) 4
(3)
5
(4) 6
(

8.

9.

Ms Lee bought two books and 1 pen for her daughter. The books costs
S$10 each, the pen costs S$2. How much did she have to pay?
(1)
12
(2) 20
(3)
22
(4) 24
(
John has 29 apples. He keeps 9 for himself and put the rest of them
equally into 5 bags. How many apples are there in each bag?
(1)
9
(2) 4
(3)

(4)

6
(

10.

How many 10-cent coins do Peter need to pay for his ice-cream which
costs 50 cents?
(1)
3
(2) 4
(3)

(4)

6
(

11.

C
Which set contains the biggest amount of money?
(1)
(3)

A
C

(2)
(4)

B
D

12.

Alex wants to buy the pair of shoes below. He has $26. How much more
money does he need in order to buy the shoes?

$30

(1)
(3)

$3
$5

(2)
(4)

$4
$6

Use the picture graph below to answer Questions 13 and 14


Items left for sale at the School Book-Shop

stands for one


unit of respective items.
13.

There are
(1)
18
(3)
20

items left altogether.


(2) 19
(4) 21

14.

15.

16.

There are
(1)
3
(3)
1

more books than rulers left.


(2) 2
(4) 4

How many squares are there in the next pattern?

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

The number that comes just before 30 is


(1)
29
(2) 31
(3)
28
(4) 32

17.

If there is no lamp in the picture above, the chair is now the


item from the left.
(1)
(3)

th

5
rd
3

(2)
(4)

th

4
nd
2

18.

bowl
kettle

is one unit.
The bowl is
(1)
(3)

19.

20.

than 5 units.

as heavy as
heavier

(2)
(4)

lighter
cannot be determined.
(

8 fives is
(1)
13

(2)

(3)

(4)

16

40

Mary, John and Peter have 9 apples each. How many apples do they have
altogether?
(1)
12
(2) 27
(3)

15

(4)

6
(

Section B (20 x 2 marks)


Fill in the blanks with the correct answers.
21.

22.

is 7 more than 21.

18 + 5 =

tens and

ones.

23.

Use the numbers below to answer this question:

19

26

45

68

is greater than 26 but smaller than 68.

24.

The missing number in the number bond below is

25.

Write an addition and a subtraction sentence for the picture above:

=
=

26.

= 32

= ?

Ans:
27.

The next arrow in the pattern is:

(Circle your choice)

28.

stands for 1 unit. Fill in the blanks and circle your answer in
the sentences below.

The mass of the vase is


units
The total mass of the book and the vase is

unit(s) (more/less)

than the total mass of the case and the book.


Use the information below to answer Questions 29 and 30:

29.

Mathematics books:

$20 each

Physics books:

$15 each

Chemistry books:
Biology books:
Comic books:

$13 each
$17 each
$5 each

Mary spent $33 buying 3 books. She bought


and

30.

Daisy bought one mathematics book, one physics book and one chemistry
book. She gave the cashier a fifty-dollar note. She got back
in change.

31.

Read the time shown in the clocks below and answer the questions below:

Start

End

Mark started doing his homework at


It took him
32.

to finish his homework.

Fill in the missing numbers:


100

33.

96

92

80

Write the missing number:

3
7

34.

90 5 tens 8 ones =

tens

35.

Complete the number bond below:

ones

36.

Mrs Lee has 15 oranges. She is going to cut each orange into 4 slices and
give one slice to every guest. How many guests does she have?

Ans:
37.

Choose the least number of coins available below to make up 75 cents.

38.

Each

stands for one point that the boys scored in a game.

Alex

Ben

Draw the correct number of

Charles

Kelvin

for Charles, given that the points

Charles scored is more than Ben but less than Kelvin.


Charles needs to score
39.

more points to win Alex by 4 points.

Mrs Bean has 56 pieces of cake which she is going to give to 7 children.
How many pieces does one child have given that they will be given an
equal number of pieces?

Ans:

40.

There are 35 students in class 2A. The students must form a group of 7
in order to play a game organised by their teacher. How many teams will
there be?

Ans:
Section C (5 x 4 marks)
Show your workings clearly in the space given.
41.

Mr Foo had altogether 78 volleyball balls after he collected 25


volleyballs from his team mate. How many volleyball balls did he have
at first?

Ans:
42.

Tom has 16 oranges which he intends to put into 4 boxes. Given that the
number of oranges in each bag is the same, how many oranges are there
in each bag?

Ans:

43.

There are 45 balls in a box. 12 of them are black balls, 19 of them are
green and the rest are all white. How many white balls are there in the
box?

Ans:
44.

John eats 2 oranges, 3 apples and 4 bananas every day. How many fruits
does he eat in a week?

Ans:
45.

Daisy has $100. How many notebooks can she afford to buy, given that
each notebook costs $5 and that she also needs to buy 5 books, each
costing $10, using this amount of money?

Ans:

Semestral Assessment 1 Mock Paper 4


Marks

Duration: 1 hr 45 min

Section A (20 x 2 marks)


Choose the correct answer for each question and write its number in the
brackets provided.
1.

There are

candies in the picture below.

(1)

10

(2)

11

(3)

12

(4)

13
(

2.

The number of dolls in the picture below is

(1)
(3)

1 tens and 2 ones


1 tens and 4 ones

(2)
(4)

tens

1 tens 3 ones
1 tens and 5 ones

)
ones.

3.

The set with the smallest number of items is


(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

D
(

Use the numbers below to answer Questions 4 and 5

19
47

4.

5.

36
92

85

53

97

The smallest number is


(1)
19

(2)

13

(3)

(4)

The greatest number is


(1)
53
(3)
97

(2)
(4)

92
85

6.

What is missing in the circle?

19
(1)
(3)

7.

+
x

(2)
(4)

What is missing in the circle?

19

8.

12 = 7

12 = 31

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

George has 15 books. He is going to give 4 books to his sister. How many
books does he have left?
(1)

(2)

10

(3)

11

(4)

12
(

9.

How many triangles are there in the picture below:

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

10.

The box that has the same answer as one on the left is

5 + 17

A
9 + 16

10 + 14

B
6 + 18

C
(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

None of the above


(

11.

rd

st

Subtract the 3 number from the left from the 1 number from the
left and you will get the
number from the right.
14

17

(1)
(3)

st

1
rd
3

12.

(2)
(4)

10

nd

2
th
4

is 5 more than 8
(1)

13

(2)

14

(3)

15

(4)

16

13.

14.

15.

16.

The missing number in the number bond below is:

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

7
(

Which of the following is incorrect?


(A)

13 + 5 = 18

(B)

19 4 = 15

(C)

6 + 7 = 12

(D)

19 5 = 14

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(2)
(4)

14
22

13 and 7 is
(1)
20
(3)
21

The missing number in the sequence below is:


7

(1)
(3)

16
18

11

15

(2)
(4)

17
19

23

17.

18.

19.

Pete had 18 balls. After giving away some of the balls, he had 9 left. How
many balls did he give away?
(1)

(2)

(3)

10

(4)

11
)

th

What is the 4 shape from the left?

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

How many more bees do set A need to have in order to have two more
bees than set B?

A
(1)
(3)

20.

2
4

Subtract 9 from 17 gives


(1)
9

B
(2)
(4)

3
5

(2)

(3)

(4)

10

Section B (20 x 2 marks)


Fill in the blanks with the correct answers.
21.

Write the numbers below in words:


19
32

22.

Arrange the number below from the smallest to the largest:

13

17

11

56

77

45

23.

Fill in the missing numbers in the shirts above.

24.

?
What is the next shape?

25.

Fill up the number bond using the picture above:

Write an addition sentence (Question 26) and subtraction sentence


(Questions 27) using :

77
26.

27.

28.

32

109

=
=
Given 3 numbers: 48, 52 and 17, subtract the smallest number from
the largest number and you will get
.

29.

?
What is the missing shape in the pattern?
30.
15

31.

32.

33.

51

is 7 less than 31

23

23

is 7 more than 31

is 4 tens 5 ones

34.

Jim has 4 rulers and 10 pens. If he wants to have 2 more rulers than
pens, he has to buy
more rulers.

35.

I am less than 12 3 but greater than 5 + 2. What number am I?

Ans:
36.

What is the number that is 4 more than the total number of the sides of
4 triangles?

Ans:
37.

There are a certain numbers of oranges in box A and box B, which add up
to 25. Given that there are 5 more oranges in box A than box B. How
many oranges are there in each box?

Ans:

38.

th

th

In a bench, Lydia is the 4 person from the left and 3 person from the
right. How many people are there in the bench?

Ans:
39.

Mrs Lee has 18 oranges. She gives her daughter 5 oranges. How many
oranges does she have left?

Ans:
40.

Susan had some books. Her sister gave her 5 more books and she had 12
books in total. How many books did Susan have at first?

Ans:
Section C (5 x 4 marks)
Show your workings clearly in the space given.
41.

Peter has 5 pencils. Given that he needs 9 pens and 2 pencils can be
exchanged for 1 pen, how many more pencils does he need to have in
order to get his desired number of pens?

Ans:

42.

Alex, Bean and Charles went to a bookstore. Alex bought 8 books,


Charles bought 4 more books than Alex. Given that the total number of
books bought was 23, how many books did Bean buy?

Ans:
43.

Alan and George have 17 sweets altogether. Alan has 15 more sweets
than George. How many sweets does George have?

Ans:
44.

Tom and Pete have a total of 18 apples. Given that Tom has 4 more
apples than Pete. How many apples does each of them have?

Ans:
45.

Mary and Daisy have 16 books altogether. If Mary gives 3 books to


Daisy, they will have the same number of books. How many books does
Mary have?

Ans:

Semestral Assessment 1 Mock Paper 5


Marks

Duration: 1 hr 45 min

Section A (20 x 2 marks)


Choose the correct answer for each question and write its number in the
brackets provided.
1.

Which of the following sets has 10 stars?

(1)
(3)

2.

A
C

(2)
(4)

B
D

Which line is the longest?


A
B
C
D
(1)
(3)

A
C

(2)
(4)

3.

The missing number in the number bond is:

(1)

13

(2)

14

(3)

15

(4)

16
(

4.

What comes next in the pattern below?

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

5.

6.

7.

8.

How many triangles are there in the figure below?

(1)

10

(2)

15

(3)

20

(4)

22

The greatest 1-digit number is


(1)
1
(3)
2

less than 11
(2)
(4)

3
4

Which of the following gives an answer that is less than 14?


(1)
9+8
(2) 7 + 8
(3)
4 + 10
(4) 6 + 7

What is the total number of dogs and cats in the boxes below?

(1)
(3)

18
20

(2)
(4)

19
21

9.

How many triangles are there in the picture below?

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

9
(

10.

The missing numbers in the sequence below are:


63

(1)
(3)

11.

60

56 55
56 - 53

57

48

(2)
(4)

54 - 52
54 - 51

Which of the following set has 11 items?


A

D
(1)
(3)

A
C

(2)
(4)

B
D

12.

13.

14.

15.

42 15 is equal to
(1)
19 + 9

(2)

20 + 7

(3)

(4)

15 + 7

(2)
(4)

67 - 11
29 - 8

17 + 5

36 + 8 is 5 less than
(1)
50 1
(3)
54 - 8

4 fives is
(1)
20

(2)

19

(3)

(4)

10

Which shape in the right matches with the object in the left?

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(
16.

Which of the following set matches the number on the left?

27

14 - 3
(A)

14 + 3

(1)

(B)
(2)

(3)

(4)

B
D

14 + 13

14 + 23

(C)

(D)

17.

Which of the following is correct?


(E)
(F)
(G)

13 - 5 = 9
19 4 = 15
6 + 7 = 12

(H)

19 5 = 17

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

D
(

18.

19.

20.

Anna had 17 balls. She gave away 6 balls. How many balls did she have
left?
(1)
11
(2) 9
(3)
8
(4) 7

Subtracting 10 from 29 and you will get


(1)
10
(2)
(3)
20
(4)

Add 5 to
(1)
6+6
(3)
6+8

Write in words:
21:

30

19
9

and the result is 17


(2) 6 +7
(4) 6 + 9

Section B (20 x 2 marks)


Fill in the blanks with the correct answers.
21.

22.

Write 2 addition sentences for the picture above.


+

23.

Rearrange the items beginning with


the shortest. Write the letter in the
space provided.

C
D
24.

?
What comes next in the pattern? Circle your choice.

25.

Write + or for the equation below:


9

16

26.

26

What is the missing number?

27.

20 comes just after

and just before

28.

Using the numbers 4, 9, 8, 15, 12 and 6, write two addition or subtraction


sentences

29.

Tiger

Giraffe

Monkey is the

30.
31.

45 =

Monkey

Chicken

animal from the left.

tens

ones

is 5 less than 19 + 5.

Bear

Duck

32.

27 4 is

more 13 + 4

33.

Out of 9 books that Elly has, 3 of them are Mathematics books and the
rest are English books. The number of English books that Elly has is

34.

Mrs Jean baked 6 cakes and she baked 3 more cakes than Mrs Brown.
Mrs Brown baked
cakes.

35.

Jean was 7 years old two years ago. She will be


years time.

36.

Peter has 5 school bags. Joyce has 3 more school bags than Peter. How
many bags do they have altogether?

years old in 3

Ans:

37.

There are 20 pupils in Marys class. Given that there are 4 more boys
than girls. How many girls are there in the class?

Ans:
38.

Jean is thinking of a two-digit number. The digit in the ones place is 4


more than that in the tens place. Given that the digit in the tens place is
2 more than the smallest 1-digit number, what is the number that Jean is
thinking of?

Ans:
39.

If I add 7 to the number I am thinking of, I will get 18. What number
will I get if I subtract 3 from that number?

Ans:
40.

Fill in the number bond


with numbers from 0 to
9. You cannot use the
same number twice.

Section C (5 x 4 marks)
Show your workings clearly in the space given.
41.

th

th

In a race, John is the 4 person to finish. He is also the 8 person from


the last position. How many people are there in the race?

Ans:
42.

Ann has a few different types of fruits. She has 4 more apples than
oranges. She has 5 more oranges than bananas. How many of each type
of fruits does she have, given that the total number of apples, oranges
and bananas she has is 20?

Ans:
43.

Alex is shorter than Bean.


Charles is taller than Alex but shorter than Bean.
Dennis is shorter than Charles but taller than Alex.
Who is the shortest person?

Ans:

44.

Felicia has 14 sweets. If she gives 3 sweets to his brother, George, they
will have the same number of sweets. How many sweets does George
have?

Ans:
45.

There are 4 more black balls than white balls in a box. If Hans takes 3
white balls away, there will be a total of 13 balls left in a box. Given that
there are only black and white balls in the box, how many balls of each
type are there in the box?

Ans:

Semestral Assessment 2 Mock Paper 1


Duration: 1 hr 45 min

Marks

Section A (20 x 2 marks)


Choose the correct answer for each question and write its number in the
brackets provided.
1.

How many animals are there in the picture below?

(1)
(3)

2.

8
10

(2)
(4)

9
11

How many people without spectacles are there in the picture?

(1)
(3)

14
16

(2)
(4)

15
17

3.

Which of the following set has the same value as the number on the
left?
15

4.

(A)

14 - 3

(1)

(B)
(2)

(3)

(4)

B
D

14 + 1

14 - 1

(C)

(D)

5+5+5+5=
(1)
(3)

5.

14 + 3

25
4 fives

(2)
(4)

15
None of the above

What is missing in the sequence below?

(1)
(3)

4x3
4x5

6.

Which is the longest item?

(1)

Pencil (2)
(3)
Chalk

(2)
(4)

4x4
4x7

Ruler
(4)
Pen

7.

What is true about objects A and B?

(1)
(3)

8.

A is lighter than B
B is lighter than A

A is as heavy as B
Both A and C are heavier than B
(
)

Which is the shape that best matches the object on the left?

9.

(2)
(4)

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

How many squares are there in the picture below?

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

10.

Which of the answers on the right is the same as the one on the left?

9 + 13

2 tens 5 ones

6 + 18

3 less than 25

3 more than 20

11.

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

4 fives is
(1)

4x5

(2)

5x4

(3)

Five fours

(4)

All are correct

12.

How many more sweets does set B have than set A?

(1)
(3)

13.

1
3

(2)
(4)

2
4

What is the missing number?

12

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

7
(

14.

Which set is different from the other sets?

(1)
(3)

A
C

(2)
(4)

B
D

(
15.

st

Which are the two numbers that adds up to give the 1 number from the
right of the sequence below?

(1)
(3)

13 and 4
14 and 6

13

17
(2)
(4)

6
14 20
6 and 15
13 and 4
(

16.

How many more cars are needed for the following to be correct?

(1)
(3)

4
6

(2)
(4)

5
7

17.

Which of the following makes 24?

6x4

13 + 12
A

25 - 4

9 + 14
D

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

18.

How many more


lambs do we need
in order to get
20 lambs?

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

19.

Which tree on the left is higher than the house on the right?

(1)

(3)

(2)

(4)

None of the above


(

20.

If we add 5 to the number that is 6 smaller than 13, what number will we
get?
(1)
12
(2) 14
(3)
16
(4) 18
(

Section B (20 x 2 marks)


Fill in the blanks with the correct answers.
21.

The subtraction sentence that shows A B is :

22.

Write in numeral:
Twenty:

23.

Write in words:
14
35

24.

Arrange the numbers below from the smallest to the greatest:

19
,

16
,

23
,

5
,

25.

15

17

The number that is greater than 15 but smaller than

22

is 17

26.

5 x 4 is 7 more than 25 -

27.

Fill up the number bond accordingly, given that the bond must not
contain any two-digit number.

28.

Write an addition sentence for the picture below.

th

29.

Colour the 5 doll from the left.

30.

If we add 5 to the number x which is 3 times as big as 4, we will get


.

31.
=9

=2x

32.

The picture below is made up of the following shapes :


and

33.

Draw a number bond that represents the following:


Ann has 14 apples. She gives Peter 4 of them and gives half of what
she has left to Daisy.

34.

Draw your answer.

The next to come in the pattern is :

35.

Fill in the number bond below using numbers from 0 to 9. You cannot use
the same number twice.

36.

How many days are there in a month, given that there are 4 weeks in
that month and each week has 7 days?

Ans:

37.

Mary bought 6 comic books. She gave her brother 3 of them. How many
comic books is she left with?

Ans:
38.

After giving John half of the cakes that she has baked, Jean is left with
6 cakes. How many cakes did she have at first?

Ans:
39.

Susan had 15 apples. She was given some apples by her mother and now
she has 23 apples in total. How many apples did Susans mother give
her?

Ans:

40.

Pete was given some books by John who had 15 books at first. Pete now
has 9 books. How many books does John have now, given that Pete did
not have any book at first?

Ans:
Section C (5 x 4 marks)
Show your workings clearly in the space given.
41.

There are 5 big balls. The number of small balls is twice as much as that
of big balls. How many balls are there altogether?

Ans:
42.

Each day, Daisy spends $2 for breakfast, $3 for lunch and $4 for
dinner. How much does she have to spend on meals in a week, given that
there are 7 days in a week?

Ans:

43.

At first, there were 15 pupils in class A. 5 of them transferred to class


B. As the result, class B has three times as many pupils as class A. How
many pupils were there in class B at first?

Ans:
44.

There are now 7 balloons. Given that 4 balloons have burst and 4 have
been given away. How many balloons were there at first?

Ans:
45.

John can only put three oranges into one basket. How many baskets does
he need if the number of oranges that he has is 9 times of 2?

Ans:

Semestral Assessment 2 Mock Paper 2


Duration: 1 hr 45 min

Marks

Section A (20 x 2 marks)


Choose the correct answer for each question and write its number in the
brackets provided.
1.

The missing number in the sequence below is:

24

2.

20

16

(1)

12

(2)

11

(3)

10

(4)

How many more balloons do we need to add to the following set in order
to have 20 balloons in total?

(1)

14

(2)

(3)

13

(4)

Use the numbers below to answer Questions 3 and 4:

16

3.

4.

5.

6.

23

64

35

Which of the above number is smaller than 16?


(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

Which number will we get if we subtract the smallest number from the
largest number?
(1)

48

(1)

19

(3)

57

(3)

41

4 more than 15 is
(1)

1 tens 6 ones

(2)

20 1

(3)

4x5

(4)

5 + 16

Which of the following set is greater than 30?


16 + 7

4x4
B

39 - 8

3x6

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

7.

Stands for 1 unit


The durians mass is
(1)
(3)

8.

9.

10.

11.

1 unit lighter than that of6 units


1 unit heavier than that of 6 units

(2)
(4)

5 units
as heavy as 6 units
(

What is the number that is greater than 1 tens 4 ones but is smaller
than 4 fours?
(1)
14
(2) 15
(3)
16
(4) 17
(

2 tens 7 ones 1 ten 6 ones =?


(1)

17

(2)

16

(3)

11

(4)

19

32 = 2 x 4 +

tens

ones

(1)

2-4

(2)

3-2

(3)

4-2

(4)

2-3

1 ten 8 ones + 6 = ?
(1)

3x5

(2)

4x6

(3)

3x6

(4)

3x8

12.

Which set on the right matches the one on the left?


5 + 16
A
5 fours
4 groups of 5

B
23 - 6
C
5x3

(1)
(3)

A
C

(2)
(4)

B
D

Use the picture below to answer Questions 13 and 14:

13.

Arrow
(1)
A
(3)
C

is the shortest

(2)
(4)

B
D

14.

15.

Arrow B is
(1)
1
(3)
3

16

(4)

20
(

The missing number in the number bond is:

(1)
(3)

17.

There were 10 ducks at a pond. How many legs do they have altogether,
given that each duck has 2 legs?
(1)
10
(2) 12
(3)

16.

units shorter than arrow C


(2) 2
(4) 4

6
4x2

(2)
(4)

7
5

Which set contains the smallest number?


26

9x3
A

23 + 2

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

2 tens
D

18.

The shaded part of the shape below is a

(1)
(3)

19.

20.

Triangle
Rectangle

(2)
(4)

Square
None of the above

4 less than the smallest 2-digit number is


(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

8 tens 8 ones =

ones

(1)

80

(2)

88

(3)

90

(4)

98

Section B (20 x 2 marks)


Fill in the blanks with the correct answers.
Use the picture below to answer Questions 21, 21 and 2 3:

Pencil

Pen

Ruler

represents 1 unit.
21.

The pencil is

units long.

22.

The pen is

unit more than the pencil.

23.

The

is the longest.

24.

There are
25.

motorbikes in total.

There are 14 books in 2 bags. Given that each bag has the same number
of books, each bag has
books.

26.

Susan catches 9 butterflies; Jean catches 6 more butterflies than


Susan. Jean catches
butterflies.

27.

Write the multiplication sentence for the picture below.

28.

Arrange the following starting with the smallest.

90

64
,

29.

76
,

24
,

The two numbers that add up to 9 x 4 is


15

12

35

and
31

24

30.

Draw the arrow that comes next in the pattern.

31.

Fill in the missing numbers.

32.

If Alex was running just before George who was the 3 person to cross
the finishing line, Alex is the
person to cross the line.

33.

7+7+5+2=

34.

rd

x3

x 3 = 3 + 3 +3 + 3 + 3 + 3 + 3 +3

35.

36 = 2 tens +

ten(s)

ones

36.

Tom has 14 apples, he is given 5 more. After that, he gives Pete 3 apples.
How many apples does Tom have now?

Ans:

37.

John needs 2 more books to have twice as many books as Mary. The
number of books that Mary has is 4 more than 14. How many books
does John have now?

Ans:
38.

How long does Mary need to finish her homework of 9 questions, given
that it takes her about 8 minutes to answer 1 question?

Ans:
39.

th

th

Ann is the 5 person from the left and 6 person from the right in a
row. How many people are there in the row?

Ans:
40.

If twice the number I am thinking of is 18, what is that number?

Ans:

Section C (5 x 4 marks)
Show your workings clearly in the space given.
41.

Jim is 4 years younger than John. 2 years ago, Jims age is doubled
Johns. How old are they now?

Ans:
42.

After selling away twice as many as 7 cows, Farmer George had twice as
many as 6 cows left. How many cows did he have at first?

Ans:

43.

Ann needs a certain number of vases to put all of the flowers that she
has. Given that the number of flowers that she has is 3 times the
largest 1-digit number and each vase can only have 9 flowers, how many
vases does she need?

Ans:
44.

Tim has a certain number of marbles. If he gives 5 marbles to Ben, Ben


will have twice as many marbles as what Tim has left. In total, Tim and
Ben have 30 marbles. How many marbles does each of them have at
first?

Ans:
45.

36 people got on the bus. The number of boys is twice as many as girls.
The number of adults getting on the bus is equal to that of the girls in
the bus. How many adults boarded the bus?

Ans:

Semestral Assessment 2 Mock Paper 3


Duration: 1 hr 45 min

Marks

Section A (20 x 2 marks)


Choose the correction answer for each question and write its number in the
brackets provided.
1.

th

What is the number on the 4 shirt from the left?

(1)
(3)

2.

3.

23
18

(2)
(4)

18
2

29 + 34 = 75 (1)
10
(3)
12

(2)
(4)

11
14

What is the missing number in the bond below?


50
17
(1)
(3)

4.

16
24

9x
(1)

9
(2)
(4)

19
30

(2)

= 64 - 37
2

(3)

(4)

5
(

5.

The weight of the book is

(1)
(3)

6.

heavier than
as heavy as

that of the schoolbag.

(2)
(4)

lighter than
cannot be determined
(

What comes next in the following pattern?

7.

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)
(

How many bears are there in the box below?

(1)

13

(2)

14

(3)

15

(4)

16

8.

9.

10.

11.

How many $5 notes can John change with two $10 notes?
(1)
2
(2) 3
(3)
4
(4) 5

3 + 3 +3 + 4 1 = 3 x
(1)
3
(3)
5

A chicken has 2 legs. 2 chickens have


(1)
2
(2)
(3)
6
(4)

13.

4
6

legs
4
8

How many more chickens must be added so that the following set will
have a total number of 21?

(1)
(3)

12.

(2)
(4)

13
8

(2)
(4)

7
9

Three times as large as the biggest 1-digit number is


(1)
9
(2) 18
(3)
27
(4) 36

Subtracting the smallest 2-digit number from 23 gives


(1)
13
(2) 14
(3)
15
(4) 16

14.

15.

16.

17.

18.

How many more triangles are there than squares?

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

5
)

The missing number in the sequence below is:


16, 13, 10,
, 4, 1
(1)
9
(2) 8
(3)
7
(4) 6

6+

=3x5

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

11

(2)
(4)

37 - 2
29 + 3

2 more than 34 is
(1)
9x4
(3)
31 + 4

Arrange these numbers from the greatest to the smallest:


56, 3 x 8, 29, 2 x 7, 2, 19
(1)
(3)

19.

56, 29, 3 x 8, 19, 2 x 7, 2


2, 2 x7, 19, 3 x 8, 29, 56

5 and
(1)
18
(3)
16

make 7x3.

(2)
(4)

(2)
(4)

56, 2 x 7, 3 x 8, 29, 2, 19
2 x 7, 3 x 8, 29, 2, 19, 56
(

17
19

20.

5 times as large as 2 x 4 is
(1)
10

(2)

20

(3)

(4)

40

30

Section B (20 x 2 marks)


Fill in the blanks with the correct answers.
21.

5 6
+
4
9 0

22.

The time shown on the clock is

23.

5+5+5+5+5+5+5=

24.

Alan has two 50-cent coins. Bean has four 20-cent coins. Alan has
cents more than Bean.

ones

Use the picture below to answer Questions 25 and 26:

25.

The saw is

(higher/shorter)than the height of 2 hammers.

26.

The height of

nails is equal to that of 2 hammers.

27.

Charles, Daisy and Ellen are given a total number of 15 oranges. If each
person receives the same number of oranges, each will have
oranges.

28.

Pete has $43. George has $26. George has

29.

Ann is 2 years older than Bean. Two years ago, Bean is


years younger than Ann.

30.

19 is

31.

Write in word: 43

greater than 7.

more than Pete.

32.

Write in number: Twenty six

33.

5 groups of 7 is

tens

ones.

Use the picture below to answer Questions 34 and 35:

is one unit

34.

The ruler is

units longer than the book.

35.

The total length of the pen and the ruler is

36.

Pete has 5 cakes. Mary has 3 more cakes than John. John has 4 more
cakes than Daisy who has 2 more cakes than Pete. How many cakes does
Mary have?

units.

Ans:

37.

38.

Kate has 7 apples. Given that the number of apples that George has is
doubled what Kate has left after giving away 3 apples. How many apples
does George have?

Ans:
If given 6 more oranges, Alex will have three times the number of
oranges he now has. How many oranges does he have at the moment?

Ans:
39.

The number of sweets that Bean and Charles have altogether is 25. Bean
has 12 sweets. Who has more sweets than the other and by how many?

Ans:
40.

There are 15 books in Bag A. The number of books in Bag B is 5 more


than that of books in Bag A. How many books are there in the two bags?

Ans:

Section C (5 x 4 marks)
Show your workings clearly in the space given.
41.

Study the squares below and write down the missing number.

14

12

13

Ans:
42.

The number of pages Susan reads one day is 4 more than the pages she
read in the previous day. How many pages does she read after 4 days
given that in the first day, she read 4 pages?

100

Ans:

101

43.

Ruler A is 20 units long. If putting Ruler A and Ruler B together, the


total length is 4 times as long as that of Ruler A, how long is Ruler B?

Ans:
44.

There are 5 people between Susan and the first person in the queue.
th
Susan is also the 4 person from the last person in the queue. How many
people are there in the queue?

Ans:
45.

String A is 35 units long. String B is 5 units longer than String A. What


is the total length of String A and String B

Ans:

Semestral Assessment 2 Mock Paper 4


Duration: 1 hr 45 min

Marks

Section A (20 x 2 marks)


Choose the correction answer for each question and write its number in the
brackets provided.
1.

What is the subtraction sentence for the number bond below?

(1)
(3)

2.

8 + 11 = 19
19 11 =8

(2)
(4)

19 8 = 11
Both (2) and (3) are correct
(
)

Which of the sentences about the buildings below is incorrect?

(1)

A
Building A is the
shortest

(3) Building B is the highest

B
(2)
(4)
10
2

C
Building C is higher than building B
but shorter than building A
Building A is shorter than building B

10
3

3.

The number of squares is

(1)
(3)

4.

5.

(2)
(4)

1 more than
3 less than

5 tens 7 ones + 5x4 =


(1)
47

(2)

57

(3)

(4)

77

67

What is the correct sequence, from the smallest to the greatest, for
the numbers below,?
17, 3, 9, 25, 46
(1)
46, 25, 17, 3, 9
(2) 3, 9, 17, 25, 46
(3)

6.

2 more than
3 more than

the number of triangles.

46, 25, 17, 9, 3

(4)

3, 9, 17, 46, 25

How many more cameras is needed in the set below so that there are 19
cameras altogether?

(1)

10

(2)

(3)

(4)

7.
$5

$1

$2

$10

$10
A

$10

C
Which set has the smallest amount of money?
(1)
A
(2) B
(3)
C
(4) D

9.

10.

$2
B

$50

8.

$2

$2
D

4 twos is
(1)
4+2

(2)

4 -2

(3)

(4)

2+2

(2)
(4)

40
52

(2)
(4)

1 tens 3 ones
3+3+4

4x2

5 tens 4 groups of 2 =
(1)
6x7
(3)
5x8

4x3=
(1)
(3)

3 groups of 4
4+4+3

11.
(1)
(3)

13
12

is 3 less than 5 groups of 3


(2)
(4)

15
10

12.

The missing number in the box is:


7 6
-

4
2 2

13.

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

2
(

Which box on the right matches the number words on the left?
15
5x4

Twenty-five
30 - 5

5x3
D
(1)
(3)

A
C

14.

(2)
(4)

78

85

The greatest number above is


(1)
52
(3)
85

B
D

29

(2)
(4)

52

78
87
(

15.

4 tens 2 ones = 16 + 26 = 7 x
(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

16.

Which board shows a different result from the rest?

(1)
(3)

A
C

(2)
(4)

B
D

17.

(1)

The position of the flower in the circle is


rd
th
3 from the left
(2)
5 from the left
rd
(3)
3 from the right
(4) in the centre

Use the information below to answer Questions 18, 19 and 20.

Chair -$7
18.

Lamp-$15

Bowl-$3

Bear-$17

Spoon-$1

Alex needs to buy a chair and a lamp. How much does he need to pay?
(1)
$15
(2) $7
(3)
$22
(4) $18
(

19.

20.

What is the most expensive item?


(1)
Chair
(3)
Bowl

The
(1)
(3)

and
Chair Spoon
Bowl Lamp

(2)
(4)

Lamp
Bear

cost less than $5.


(2)
Spoon Bowl
(4)
Spoon - Lamp

Section B (20 x 2 marks)


Fill in the blanks with the correction answers.
21.

Ann started doing her homework at 3 oclock. It took her 1 hour to finish
all her homework. The time when Ann finished her homework is

22.

Using the following numbers to make a number bond:


17, 9, 8

23.

The second item from the right is the

Book
24.

Phone

Pencil

is 12 more than 5 tens 4 ones.

Spectacles

Bell

25.

Write a multiplication sentence:

26.

Clocks

The set of clocks has

Watches

items

(more/fewer) than the

set of watches.
27.

Jean collected 45 seashells. The number of seashells that George


collected was 18 less than Jean. George collected
seashells.

28.

Mr Lee wants to give his 2 sons an equal number of toy cars. Given that
he has 16 toy cars in total, each of his sons will get
cars.

29.

I have 2 numbers. The first number is 13 less than 21. The second
number is
if the sum of these numbers is 1 more than 21.

30.

Bill is 12 years old now. His sister is 5 years old. In 3 years time, Bill is
years older than his sister.

31.

Mrs Smith puts 5 slices of meat on a tray. If she has 4 such trays, she
will need to have
slices of meat.
Using the numbers below to answer Questions 32 and 33.
41, 18, 7, 3, 26

32.

The sum of all numbers is

33.

The difference between the largest and smallest number is


Use the picture below to answer Questions 34 and 35.

Apple
34.

Orange

Strawberry

If each apple costs $1 and each orange costs $2, Alex will need
to buy all the apples and oranges.

35.

If Alex takes 3 oranges away, the total number of apples and oranges
left will be
(equaled to/more than/less than) the number of
strawberries.

36.

John gives away 5 cakes. The number of cakes he has left now is the
largest 1-digit number. How many cakes does he have at first?

Ans:
37.

Mrs Lee gives 3 children an equal number of pencils. Given that she has
15 pencils in total and she will give all she has to the children, how many
pencils does each child have?

Ans:
38.

Mary bought 2 books which cost $7 each. She gave the cashier $15. How
much is her change?

Ans:
39.

There are 24 oranges in a box. After selling a certain number of oranges,


there are twice as many as 8 oranges left in the box. How many oranges
have been sold?

Ans:

40.

Tom has 15 apples. Mary has 4 more apples than John who has 3 less
apples than Tom. How many apples does Mary have?

Ans:
Section C (5 x 4 marks)
Show your workings clearly in the space given.
41.

There are more bicycles than tricycles at a playground and the total
number of wheels is 12. How many bicycles and tricycles are there at the
playground?

Ans:
42.

Ann, Bill and John went fishing together. Ann caught the least number of
fish. Bill caught 8 more fish than Ann and John caught 5 more fish than
Ann. Who caught the largest number of fish? By how many more fish did
he catch than the person other than Ann?

Ans:

43.

Three animals, a panda, a seal and a bird, are arranged in a sequence for a
show. Given that the panda cannot be the last in the sequence and it
cannot stand besides the bird as well, what is the sequence?

Ans:
44.

Mary had some crayons. After giving 5 to her brother and 7 to her
sister, all of them now have 9 crayons. How many crayons did each of
them have first?

Ans:
45.

Each week day, Tom needs to spend $2 for breakfast, $3 for lunch and
$4 for dinner. On Saturday and Sunday, he does not need to spend any
money as he can eat at home. How much does he need to spend in a week
for meals given that there are 7 days in a week?

Ans:

Semestral Assessment 2 Mock Paper 5


Duration: 1 hr 45 min

Marks

Section A (20 x 2 marks)


Choose the correction answer for each question and write its number in the
brackets provided.
1.

2.

How many dolphins are there in the picture below?

(1)

13

(2)

14

(3)

15

(4)

16

8 groups of 8 is
(1)
8x8
(3)
88

(2)
(4)

8+8
8x2

The missing number is:


3.

15

25

45

(1)

27

(2)

29

(3)

30

(4)

35

55

4.

(1)
(3)
5.

6
10

(2)
(4)

4
12

25
97635
11

98
(1)
(3)

97
99

31
36

13

(2)
(4)

98
100

What is the result if 12 is subtracted from 31?


27
A
(1)
(3)

7.

The greatest number in the box is:


12

6.

35

19

A
C

(2)
(4)

B
D

th

The 4 ice-cream from the right is Ice-cream

(1)
(3)

A
D
F

E
(2)
(4)

E
C

Use the picture below to answer Questions 8, 9 and 10:

8.

9.

The number of circles is


(1)
10

(2)

12

(3)

(4)

16

14

There are
(1)
1
(3)
3

more rectangles than triangles.


(2) 2
(4) 4

10.

The total number of rectangles and triangles is


that of the
circles.
(1)
equalled to
(2)
more than
(3)
less than
(4)
cannot be determined
(
)

11.

4 less than 60 is
(1)
7x8
(3)
7x6

(2)
(4)

7x7
7x5

12.

Which of the sets on the right matches with the words on the left?
24

5x4
B

Twenty two
30 - 5

C
19 + 3
(1)
(3)

13.

A
C

(2)
(4)

B
D

If George wants to buy both the items below, how much does he need to
spend?

$16

$12

(1)

$16

(2)

$12

(3)

$28

(4)

$24
(

14.

What is the missing number in the following number bond?

(1)

14

(2)

16

(3)

18

(4)

20

15.

How many rectangles are there in the picture below?

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

7
(

16.

What comes next in the pattern below?

17.

18.

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

15 + 6 =

-4

(1)

27

(2)

26

(3)

25

(4)

14

(2)
(4)

24 2
27 - 3

20 + 3 is greater than
(1)
24 + 1
(3)
9 + 14

19.

Mr Bean had 10 apples. He gave his two children 2 apples each. He has
left now.
(1)
(3)

20.

8
4

(2)
(4)

6
2

(
rd

There are 7 people sitting on a bench. John is 3 from the left. He is


from the right.
rd
th
(1)
3
(2) 4
th
th
(3)
5
(4) 6
(

Section B (20 x 2 marks)


Fill in the blanks with the correction answers.
21.

Arrange these numbers in order starting with the smallest:

16, 34, 7, 29, 52 , 79


,
,
,

22.

I am a number which is more than 23 and less than 26. I am not an even
number. I am

23.

The missing number in the number bond below is

24.

The multiplication sentence for the following number bond is


.

25.

The addition sentence based on 3 numbers: 19 , 27, 8 is

26.

What should be the multiplication sentence for 5, 30 and 6?

=
27.

There are

groups of

28.

Each horse has 4 legs. 7 horses have

suns in the picture below.

legs.

29.

The time shown in the clock below is


.(Write the time using half past)

Ans:
Using the picture below and information given to answer Questions 30 and 31.
John is the tallest. Jean is the shortest. Daisy is taller than Jean and
shorter than Mary.

30.

Daisy is standing at position

31.

Mary is standing at position


Use the following information to answer Questions 32 and 33.

Apple

Orange

Strawberry

Watermelon

Mango

$2

$3

$1

$4

32.

The two fruits which have the same price are

33.

If Alex spent $7 to buy two fruits, Alex bought

$1

and

.
and

34.

Ann read 2 pages of a book every day. After 1 week (7 days), she has
read:

35.

pages

Richard initially had 3 sweets. His mother gave him 3 more sweets and
his father gave him 2 more. He now has :

36.

David has two $50 notes. How much more does he need to buy a watch
that cost $112?

Ans:
37.

There are 25 tables in a classroom. Each table goes with 2 chairs. How
many chairs are there in the classroom?

Ans:

38.

George has 15 books. Tim has 5 books more than George. How many
books do they have altogether?

Ans:
39.

Susan sells each cake she bakes for $5. If she sells 5 cakes per day, how
much money will she get for a day?

Ans:
40.

Mary has 24 oranges to be put into 4 bags. Given there will be an equal
number of oranges in each bag. How many oranges are there in each bag?

Ans:

Section C (5 x 4 marks)
Show your workings clearly in the space given.
41.

Ann is thinking of a two digit number. The digit in the tens place is 1 less
than the largest number possible. The digit in the ones place is 2 less
than half of the digit in the tens place. What is the number that Ann is
thinking of?

Ans:
42.

Jean baked 3 cakes on Day 1. She baked 6 cakes on Day 2 and 9 cakes on
Day 3. How many cakes did she bake on Day 6?

Ans:

43.

Alex and Charles collected the same number of stamps. The total number
of stamps they have altogether is 4 times as large as the largest 1-digit
number. How many stamps did each of them collect?

Ans:
44.

Mrs Lee packed some cakes into boxes. The cakes can be put into 3
boxes equally. She can also put all the cakes equally into 6 boxes. Given
that the number of cakes she packed is more than 15 but less than 21,
how many cakes did she have?

Ans:
45.

After David and Mike had eaten 5 sticks of satay each, David still had
24 more sticks of satay than Mike. The total number of sticks of satay
that both of them had left was 60. How many sticks of satay did each of
them have at first?

Ans:

Answers to Semestral Assessment 1 Mock Paper 1


Q

21
25
29
33
38
41

1
3

2
2

3
1

4
2

5
1

13
AB
D
A C or C A
4 + 8 + 2 = 14
1 + 8 + 1 = 10

6
4
22
26
30
34
39
42

7
2

8
2

9
4

10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
2 4 1 3 4 3 3 1 2 2 3

19
23 Fourteen
BA
27 7 11 13 17
B
31 E
BD
35 A B or C B
17 4, 5 + 9, 9 + 4, 18 5
2
44 14

24
28
31
36
40
45

19
9 20
6
D
7 + 5 = 12
7

43:
37: 5

Answers to Semestral Assessment 1 Mock Paper 2


Q

21
25
29
33
37
41
43

22:

1
1

2
4

3
3

Eight
17
see below
4
8
11
Mike

4
4

5
3

6
3
22
26
30
34
38
42
44

7
1

8
2

9
3

10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
3 3 4 3 2 1 4 3 2 3 2

see below
23 13
11
27 8
see below
31 C
4,9 and 2
35 11
19
39 20
6 white balls and 3 black balls
11
45 5

28:
30:

29:

24
28
32
36
40

13
see below
B
A) 8 B) 20
4

Answers to Semestral Assessment 1 Mock Paper 3


Q 1
4
21
24
27
31
34
37
38
42

35:

2
2

3
3

4
4

5
1

6
3

7
2

8
3

9
2

10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
3 1 2 2 4 1 1 2 2 3 2

28
30

22 2 tens and 3 ones


23 45
25 9 + 11 = 20, 11-9=2
26 8
28 2; 1 less
29 Physics book, Chemistry book,
Comic book
30 $2
Five to twelve; 3 hours and 15 minutes 32 88; 84
33 4
3 tens 2 ones
36 60
1 fifty-cent coin, 1 twenty-cent coin and one five-cent coin
6 more points
39 8
40 5
41 53
4
43 14
44 63
45 10

38:

Alex

Ben

Charles

Kelvin

Answers to Semestral Assessment 1 Mock Paper 4


Q

21
23
28
30
31
35
38
42
45

1
2

2
2

3
4

4
3

5
2

6
2

Nineteen Thirty two


25 29
24
35
9
27
32
8
36
6
39
3
43
Mary: 11; Daisy: 5
77

7
1

8
3

9
3

10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
4 2 1 2 3 1 4 2 4 3 3

15
16
13
1

22
25

5 9 11- 13 17 45 56 77
29

33
37
40
44

22
34 8
Box A : 15; Box B : 10
7
41 13
Pete: 7; Tom : 11

32

109

109

77

109

109

77

32

32

77

Or
32

26:

27:

Answers to Semestral Assessment 1 Mock Paper 5


Q

21
23
27
29
33
37
40
41
43

1
2

2
1

3
2

4
4

5
2

6
3

7
4

8
1

9
3

10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
4 3 2 1 1 3 3 2 1 2 1

Twenty one Thirty


22 10 + 7 = 17 and 7 + 10 = 17
C, D, A, B
24 B
25 (-)
26 35
19 21
28 15 9 = 6 or 15 6 = 9, 4 + 8 = 12 or 8 + 4 = 12
rd
30 4 tens 5 ones
31 19
32 6
3
6
34 3
35 12
36 13
8
38 37
39 8
Any two of the pairs : 1 9; 2 8; 3 7; 4 6
11
42 7 oranges, 11 apples, 2 bananas
Alex
44 8
45 6 white balls, 10 black balls

Answers to Semestral Assessment 2 Mock Paper 1


Q 1
3
21
24
30
36
40
44

2
2

3
3

4
3

5
2

99=0
5, 7, 16, 19, 23
17
28
6
15

27:

6
2

7
4

22
25
31
37
41
45

20
22
27
3
15
6

8
1

9
4

10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
3 4 2 1 2 3 3 1 2 4 1
23
26
32
38
42

33:

34:

Fourteen, thirty five


12
28 12 + 6 = 18
Rectangles and triangles
12
39 8
$ 63
43 25

35:

Answers to Semestral Assessment 2 Mock Paper 2


Q 1
1
21
25
28
32
36
40
43

30:

2
2

3
2

4
3

5
2

6
3

3
22
7
26
24, 35, 64, 76, 90
33
2nd
16
37
9
41
3
44

31:

7
4

8
2

9
3

10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
1 2 2 4 1 4 3 4 2 2 2

1
15
7
34
Jim : 6, John: 10
Tim: 15, Ben: 15

23
27
29
34
38

Ruler
24
3x3=9
12 24 or 24 12
8
35
72 minutes
39
42
45

11
1 ten 6 ones
10
26
9 adults

Answers to Semestral Assessment 2 Mock Paper 3


Q

21
25
29
33
37
38
43

1
2

2
3

3
3

4
2

5
3

3
Higher
2
3 tens 5 ones
8
3
60 units

6
2
22
26
30
34
39
40
44

7
2

8
3

9
2

10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
2 3 3 1 2 3 3 1 1 3 4

5 to twelve
23 35
4
27 5
12
31 Forty three
3
35 10
Charles has 1 sweet more than Bean.
35
41 5
10
45 75

24
28
32
36

20
17
26
14

42

16

Answers to Semestral Assessment 2 Mock Paper 4


Q

21
25
28
31
34
38
41
44

1
4

2
2

3
3

4
4

5
2

6
2

7
4

8
3

9
1

10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
1 3 1 3 3 1 1 3 3 4 2

4 oclock
22
8 x 3 = 24
8
20
$18
35 Equaled
$1
39 8
2 tricycles and 3 bicycles
Mary : 21, Her brother: 4, Her sister: 2

23
26
29
32
36
40
43

Spectacles
24
2 more
27
14
30
95
33
14
37
16
42
Panda Seal Bird
45

66
27
7
38
5
Bill 3
$45

Answers to Semestral Assessment 2 Mock Paper 5


Q

21
24
26
28
32
33
35
39
43

1
3

2
1

3
4

4
3

5
2

6
3

7
2

8
2

9
2

10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
1 1 4 3 1 3 2 3 2 2 3

7, 16, 29, 34, 52, 79


22 25
23 13
10 x 3 = 30
25 19 + 8 = 27 or 8 + 19 = 27
5 x 6 = 30 or 6 x 5 = 30
27 3 groups of 5 or 5 groups of 3
28
29 Half past two
30 B
31 A
Strawberry Mango or Mango Strawberry
Orange Watermelon or Watermelon Orange
34 2 x 7 = 14
3+3+2=8
36 $12
37 50
38 35
25
40 6
41 82
42 18
18
44 18
45 David: 47, Mike: 23