# Could YOU pass a SATS test? Try these five questions

## PRIMARY school across the UK are taking their SATS tests, designed to measure their skills in English and maths.

Some parents say the stress of the exams has taken a heavy toll on their ten and 11-year-olds. Read our columnist Catherine Scott.

But how would YOU fare in one of the tests? See if you can answer our five questions...

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1. The numbers in this sequence increase by 10 each time: 3 13 23 …

a) The sequence continues in the same way. Write two numbers from the sequence that add to make a total of 96

b) Explain why it is not possible to find three numbers from the sequence that add to make a total of 96

2. Calculate 32.18 – 7.62. No calculator allowed.

3. 200 children went on holiday. 10% of the children went to Wales. 25% of the children went to Scotland. How many more children went to Scotland than went to Wales?

4. Amy thought of a number. She added 0.5 to her number and then doubled the result. Then she subtracted 0.5 and doubled the new result.