Our practice SATs 2019 practice, similar to those in the 3 Maths areas. See if you can do these 15 questions in 10 minutes.
SATs Maths Test Quiz
Remember, no calculators or using Google.
The SATs quiz below is great practice. Make sure to have a piece of paper and a pen handy. In the real exam conditions, of course, your calculations will count. Remember, no calculator. Good luck.
Here we go.
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The SATs 2019, or Statutory Assessment Tests are coming up in May 2019. Is your child ready and do you know what will be asked? Use our very handy quiz at the bottom to see how you will do in your child’s SATs, or get them to compete against you and see who wins…
Practice SATs 2019
First of all, Key Stage 1 SATs, taken at the end of Year 2 help alert teachers and the school to specific areas where support may be needed. .
Secondly, Key Stage 2 SATs are taken at the end (May / June) of Year 6. The results are often used by Secondary Schools to stream pupils starting Year 7. Other schools, however, use a combination of the Year 6 SATs scaled score, Year 7 CAT (Cognitive Ability Test) or their own entrance tests at the beginning of the academic year.
The dates for Keystage 1 and Keystage 2 SATS are fast nearing. The government set the SATs dates as follow:
- Keystage 1: May 2019 – Test period starts –
10 June 2019 – Phonics screening check week
- Keystage 2: 13 May 2019 – English grammar, punctuation and spelling papers 1 and 2
14 May 2019 – English reading
15 May 2019 – Mathematics Papers 1 and 2
16 May 2019 – Mathematics Paper 3
Dates are similar for 2020 and 2021 can be found here.
Make sure to have a look at our pages on both the Keystage 1 SATs, as well as the Keystage 2 SATs.
Keystage 2 SATs exams
Paper 1: English Grammar & Punctuation – 45 minutes – 50 marks
Paper 2: English Spelling – 20 words, about 15 minutes – 20 marks
Paper 1: Arithmetic – 36 minutes (30 questions) – 40 marks
Paper2: Reasoning – 40 minutes (21 questions) – 35 marks
Paper 3: Reasoning – 40 minutes (21 questions) – 35 marks
There will however be no Science sample testing taking place in 2019.
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In 2016, pupils in Year 2 and Year 6 were the first to sit the brand new SATs papers. The new exam is apparently more rigorous. It is not only set on the new curriculum for English and Maths. It also uses a completely new SATs marking scheme and grading system as explained on the Keystage 2 Therefore, only past papers from 2016, 2017 and 2018 are available for practice.
As of next year, 2020, there will be a Multiplication Tables Check (MTC) Assessment as a statutory assessment for all Year 4 pupils.
Our Practice assessment books
- Brilliant Passing Numerical Reasoning Tests and
- Passing Verbal Reasoning Tests.
Numerical Reasoning book reviews
SATs Maths Test
Buy this book to pass!
Brilliant book. Read it from cover to cover. Don’t skip the chapters. I know it can seem patronising, the way he breaks it down, but I’d recommend reading it through.
Brilliantly practical and informative
Very clear layout to follow, questions advance over the chapters and it sets a steady pace. This book helped me immensely to get all the practice I needed within 3 days.
A really useful book
Another really useful book by Rob. I will be recommending this to my delegates on interviewing/assessment techniques training; clear, concise and, if you are applying for jobs with a strong numerical focus, the best £10 you will spend! I heartily recommend.
Great book and pretty hard numerical exercises.
Useful, informative and good value
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More book reviews
Great book, tons of info and test to help you understand.
Brilliantly practical advice.
The advice and practical examples will answer all your questions about an impending assessment.
The book is easy to read and covers preparation, practical examples and an overview of the usual proceedings on test day.
Definitely a worthwhile investment and sure to put you at ease before an assessment of this kind.
A MUST BUY for anyone attempting to pass any verbal reasoning test.
Verbal Book reviews
An informative yet easy to read book which helped me get through graduate-level tests to the next stages of application.
Other Verbal Reasoning Reviews
Excellent sample tests and explanations.
Passed the VRT for HMRC Legal Trainee Scheme this year after reading this book. Helpful.
Very useful and good practice.
The book has a good range of tests that reflect what comes up in real tests – so pretty good practice for the real thing.
Just what I needed to further my career. Now I’ve tried the tests I feel more confident.
Good quality and light reading!
An excellent guide to performing well in verbal reasoning tests.
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Our 11 Plus Practice
- 11 Plus Maths practice: Firstly, our useful mental Maths practice. You may also find these CAT Practice Tips Intro
- Our 11 Plus Verbal Reasoning Practice: In our opinion these are some of the best 11 plus tips for Verbal Reasoning. Next, the School Entrance Tests 11+ Verbal Reasoning Practice. Here is our book on Passing Verbal Reasoning Tests
- Our English 11 plus test practice and 11 plus English tips: firstly, to improve your literacy Secondly, practice to improve your spelling and grammar. Thirdly, some general 11 plus English tips.
- 11 Plus non verbal reasoning tips: We are very proud of our 11 Plus non verbal reasoning article with the City Kids magazine.
When time is limited make use of our very handy 10-minute quizzes,
including a free Ten-Minute Maths Test for 11 Plus and a range of very reasonably priced 10-minute quizzes