The maths test contains a series of multiple-choice questions covering a variety of
topics taught in most schools up to the start of Year 6. A small number of questions
are based on things you will have been taught but may be more difficult than you
are used to. This is so you can show how you use the maths skills you already have to
solve new kinds of problem
I thought this was interesting. I'm sure this has been asked before, but is there a list of stuff that should be covered up to the start of year 6 (is that the same as saying end of year 5?!).
A small number of questions - does that mean relative to the total amount of questions, or just that, say, 5, isn't a big number but might be a quarter if out of 20?!
Whatdyamean I'm over-analysing?