# GCSE Foundation Maths Diagnostic Test! Trivia Quiz

23 Questions | Total Attempts: 9396  Settings  Mathematics diagnostics test exists to provide a profile of your mathematical strengths and weaknesses. Depending on your school, it may be used to assign you to a particular mathematics course or tutorial group or to determine whether you need to revise a particular topic. You need to get at least 14 questions correct to ensure that you are about to get a grade C at GCSE Maths on the foundation paper. Give it your best shot and good luck!

• 1.
Use a word from the given list to complete the sentence. 10 is   ______________  of  5.
• A.

A factor

• B.

Half

• C.

A multiple

• D.

A square root

• E.

A square

• 2.
1) Give the coordinates of A and B                                                          2) N is at (-3,2) . M is another point.                   3) If x coordinate of M is the same as X coordinate of N and                   y coordinate of M is the same as Y coordinate of B, what is                   the coordinate of M ?
• A.

(1) a is (3,3) (2) b is (0,4) (3) M is (-3, 4)

• B.

(2) a is (3,3) (2) b is (4,0) (3) M is (-3, 0)

• C.

(1) a is (3,3) (2) b is (0,4) (3) M is (-3, 0)

• D.

(1) a is (3,3) (2) b is (0,-4) (3) M is (-3, -4)

• E.

(1) a is (3,3) (2) b is (0,4) (3) M is (-3, 4)

• 3.
a)   work out the mode   b)  work out the mean
• A.

A) 0 b) 2.8

• B.

A) 5 b) 28

• C.

A) 0 b) 30

• D.

A) 0 b) 28

• E.

A) 5 b) 2.8

• 4.
The correct proportions for a) the cow  b) the pig     on a pie chart are
• A.

a) 1/4 b) 1/10

• B.

a) 1/5 b) 1/ 10

• C.

a) 1/5 b) 1/12

• D.

a) 1/4 b) 1/ 60

• E.

a) 1/4 b) 1/12

• 5.
• A.

34

• B.

25

• C.

22

• D.

23

• E.

24

• 6.
A) How long did it take Jamie to get to his friends house b) What was Jamies average speed ?
• A.

A) 1/2 hr b) 60 km/hr

• B.

A) 30mins b) 30 km/ hr

• C.

A) 30 mins b) 20km/ hr

• D.

A) 30 minutes b) 40 km/ hr

• E.

A) 20 mins b) 40km/hr

• 7.
Work out the volume of this shape
• A.

27000 cm3

• B.

90000 cm3

• C.

2700 cm3

• D.

9000 cm3

• E.

9 litres

• 8.
work out the area of the triangle
• A.

60cm2

• B.

60cm3

• C.

30cm2

• D.

17cm

• E.

Can't we don't know the third side

• 9.
A) describe the correlation b) a student has a mark of 30 on paper 2, what might he have on paper 1
• A.

A) positive and strong b) 37

• B.

A) positive and weak b) 44

• C.

A) negative and weak b) 25

• D.

a) negative and strong b) 37

• E.

A) zero correlation b) 37

• 10.
• A.

3x + 5x

• B.

8 pounds

• C.

God knows, I hate maths and I hate my teacher

• D.

5x + 3y

• E.

3x + 5y

• 11.
A) Lowest temperature is  b) Highest temperature is   c) range in temperature is
• A.

A) 6 b) -5 c) 11

• B.

A) 5 b) -6 c) -11

• C.

A) -6 b) 5 c) 11

• D.

A) -6 b) 5 c) -11

• E.

A) very cold b) still cold c) still not warm enough im moving

• 12.
All sides are equal. a) x is    . Explain      b)  Y is     . Explain
• A.

A) x = 60 . it looks it. b) Y= 120 . it looks it

• B.

A) x = 60. AFB is equilateral b) Y = 120 . double 60.

• C.

A) x =60 AFB is equilateral b) Y = 150 BFEC is square, 90 + 60

• D.

A) x= 30 1/2 the angle b) Y= 145 100 + 45

• E.

A) x = 60 AFB is isoceles b) Y = 150 BFEC is square, 90 + 60

• 13.
Work out the volume of the prism.
• A.

18cm3

• B.

121cm3

• C.

132cm3

• D.

66cm3

• E.

1000cm3

• 14.
Two triangles are congruent. a) which two  b) one triangle is both right-angled and isoceles. which one?
• A.

A) B and G b) C

• B.

A) E and G b) G

• C.

A) B and C b) B

• D.

A) F and D b) C

• E.

A) A and D b) E

• 15.
Solve 9 -  2x = 3 (x +2)
• A.

x = 3

• B.

x = 3/5

• C.

x = 0.2

• D.

x = 5

• E.

x = 0.1

• 16.
Work out 80 x  4/5
• A.

60

• B.

48

• C.

24

• D.

32

• E.

64

• 17.
9,  10,  25,  32,  49,   55,  69,  80a) write down two numbers with a sum of 57b) write down from the list a multiple of 8c) a square number
• A.

a) 25 and 32 b) 25 c) 80

• B.

a) 32 and 25 b) 32 c) 49

• C.

a) 32 and 49 b) 80 c) 25

• D.

a) 32 and 25 b) 25 c) 69

• E.

A) 32 and 80 b) 25 c) 69

• 18.
A) Write 60% as a fraction ? b) Starting with the smallest, write the numbrs below in order of size 70% ,  3/4,  0.6,  2/3
• A.

A) 3/5 b) 2/3, 0.6, 70%, 3/4

• B.

A) 3/5 b) 0.6, 2/3, 70%, 3/4

• C.

A) 6/100 b) 0.6, 2/3, 3/4, 70%

• D.

A) 6/10 b) 2/3, 0.6 70%, 3/4

• E.

A) 3/5 b) 0.6, 70%, 2/3 , 3/4

• 19.
A sequence is given as 3, 7, 11, 15 , __,  __,  __a) find the next three termsb) find the n-term rule for this sequencec) what is the 100th term of this sequence.
• A.

a) 19, 22, 25 b) 3n + 1 c) 301

• B.

a) 19, 24, 30 b) 4n + 1 c) 401

• C.

A) 19, 23, 27 b) 4n -1 c) 399

• D.

A) 19, 23, 28 b) 4n - 2 c) 398

• E.

A) 19, 23, 28 b) 4n-1 c) 398

• 20.
Work out the area of the quadrilateral   PQRS ?
• A.

289 cm2

• B.

240 cm2

• C.

169 cm2

• D.

300cm2

• E.

68cm2

• 21.
Meg has a biased coin. The probability that it comes down heads is 0.4.Meg is going to spin the coin 350 times.Estimate the number of times it come down heads.
• A.

120

• B.

210

• C.

96

• D.

175

• E.

140

• 22.
On a map, 1 cm represents 2km. What distance on the map will represent a real distance ofa) 10km   b) 22km   c) 7km
• A.

A) 5 cm b) 11cm c) 14cm

• B.

A) 5cm b) 10cm c) 14 cm

• C.

A) 20cm b) 44cm c) 14cm

• D.

A) 5cm b) 11cm c) 3.5cm

• E.

A) 5cm b) 11cm c) 7cm

• 23.
In a sale, all normal prices are reduced by 15%.Normal price of a Jacket is £42John buys the jacket in the sale.Work out the sale price of the jacket.
• A.

£ 32.50

• B.

£ 38.40

• C.

£ 40.50

• D.

£ 36.50

• E.

£35.70

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