This video is a quick walkthrough of Grade 5 revision predicted GCSE maths 2022 …. please do
– stop the video
– work through the questions
– compare your solutions
I hope the video helps and please do leave a comment – thanks!
Download a copy of the questions here: QT Quick Test 5D
Here’s a copy of the written answers: QT Quick Test 5D ANSWERS
Here’s the questions:
1. 6x^2 = 384. Find the value of x. (2 marks)
2. Find the lowest common multiple (LCM) of 84 and 120. (3 marks)
3. A team of road workers can resurface 56 km of a road each day. How many days will it take to resurface a road of length 30km? (3 marks)
4. Work out the value of 0.000035 / 0.0007 (2 marks)
5. A farmer has a field in the shape of a trapezium as shown.
(a) Work out an estimate for the area of the field. (3 marks)
(b) Is your answer an overestimate or underestimate? Give a reason for your answer. (1 mark)
6. Work out, giving your answers in standard form
(a) 4.6 x 10^3 + 6.7 x 10^5 (2 marks)
(b) 9.8 x 106 – 5.1 x 104 (2 marks)
7. Write down 2/11 as a recurring decimal. (1 mark)
8. Work out the area of the sector of the circle radius 12cm shown. Give your answer in terms of , in its simplest form . (3 marks)
9. Find the equation of the straight line which passes through the points (3,2) and (6,11) (3 marks)
10 (a) Complete the table of values for y = x^2 – x – 4
(b) On the grid, draw the graph y = x^2 – x – 4 (3 marks)
(c) Use the graph to estimate the values of x when y = 4 (1 mark)
(d) Use the graph to estimate the turning point of y = x^2 – x – 4 (1 mark)
Here’s the timestamps:
0:32 Q1 Solving equation
1:11 Q2 LCM
3:45 Q3 Fractions
5:05 Q4 Fraction reduction
6:11 Q5 Area of trapezium
8:50 Q6 Standard form
11:15 Q7 Recurring decimal
12:14 Q8 Area of sector
13:41 Q9 Equation of straight line
16:20 Q10 Plotting quadratic
These types of grade 5 revision questions appear in all the main GCSE exam boards – Edexcel, AQA, OCR and Educas – and are fairly common for non calculator papers.
- Always work methodically and show your working
- Why is that information in the first few lines?
- Check your calculations
- Is it a reasonable answer?
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