Free 11 Plus Maths sample papers
Solve this Question
6 X 8 = ?
Click here to see the answer
Solve this Question
Round the 294 to the nearest 10.
1. 290 
2. 400 
3. 170 
4. 300 
Click here to see the answer
Solve this Question
Jack drives his car at a speed of 60km per hour. What is the distance covered by him in 2 hours 30 minutes?
1. 120km 
2. 130km 
3. 155km 
4. 150km 
Click here to see the answer
Solve this Question
Find the number in the following blank
90−4x5−6x5=2x______+4x5
1. 2 
2. 5 
3. 4 
4. 10 
Click here to see the answer
Solve this Question
Find the y coordinate of point P?
1. 6 
2. 6 
3. 4 
4. 4 
Click here to see the answer
Solve this Question
1 metre = _____ millimetres
1. 0.001 mm 
2. 10 mm 
3. 100 mm 
4. 1000 mm 
Click here to see the answer
Solve this Question
Convert the following percentages into decimals:
56%, 18%.
1. 0.05, 0.06 
2. 0.5, 0.1 
3. 0.56, 0.18 
4. 5.6, 1.8 
Click here to see the answer
Solve this Question
Find the mode of following numbers:
6.61, 6.63, 6.66, 6.68, 6.66, 6.69, 6.86 and 6.66
1. 6.86 
2. 6.69 
3. 6.68 
4. 6.66 
Click here to see the answer
Solve this Question
1 gram =____milligrams
1. 0.001 mg 
2. 0.01 mg 
3. 100 mg 
4. 1000 mg 
Click here to see the answer
Solve this Question
Calculate 5 x 16 ÷ 8 x 2
1. 20 
2. 10 
3. 8 
4. 5 
Click here to see the answer
Solve this Question
Find the number in the following blank
22−10÷2+10=______x2+1x5
1. 44 
2. 55 
3. 11 
4. 77 
Click here to see the answer
Solve this Question
1. 0 and 0 
2. 1 and 2 
3. 1 and 4 
4. 5 and 1 
Click here to see the answer
Solve this Question
A school surveyed the ways that pupils travel to school.
The results are shown in the table

Bus 
Car 
Walk 
Other 
Class A 
13 
9 
8 
6 
Class B 
12 
13 
6 
8 
Class C 
11 
15 
7 
4 
How many pupils in class A travel to school by car?
1. 9 
2. 13 
3. 15 
4. 8 
Click here to see the answer
Solve this Question
Find the area of the given shape.
1. 30 sq.cm 
2. 38/3 sq.cm 
3. 42/3 sq.cm 
4. 60 sq.cm 
Click here to see the answer
Solve this Question
The weight of normal African Elephant is 7 tonnes. Convert the value in to Kilograms.
1. 7000 kilograms 
2. 7 kg 
3. 0.7 kg 
4. 70 kg 
Click here to see the answer
Solve this Question
1. 4 
2. 5 
3. 12 
4. 15 
Click here to see the answer
Solve this Question
Find the answer for the following questions:
(i)1.01x0.10 (ii) 1.11x11.1 (iii) 1.10x1.011
Click here to see the answer
Solve this Question
The mode of x, 17, 19, 9, 9, 17, 19, 9 is 9. Find the number x.
1. 9 
2. 19 
3. 17 
4. 1 
Click here to see the answer
Solve this Question
1. V 
2. X 
3. Z 
4. W 
Click here to see the answer
Solve this Question
1. \((28)^2 \) 
2. 6 
3. 4 
4. 36 
Click here to see the answer
Solve this Question
1. ( 2, 5 ) 
2. ( 3 ,5 ) 
3. ( 5 , 2 ) 
4. ( 5 , 5 ) 
Click here to see the answer
Solve this Question
Round the number 13.29 to one decimal point.
1. 13.9 
2. 13.2 
3. 132 
4. 13.3 
Click here to see the answer
Solve this Question
1. 3 
2. 4 
3. 10 
4. 19 
Click here to see the answer
Solve this Question
The speeds of two trains are 48 km/hr and 60 km/hr. If the distance travelled by them is constant what is the ratio of their time travelled?
1. 5:3 
2. 3:5 
3. 5:4 
4. 4:5 
Click here to see the answer
Solve this Question
A carton holds 25 packets of biscuits. Each packet has 14 biscuits. How many biscuits can be packed in 48 cartons?
1. 16820 
2. 16890 
3. 16810 
4. 16800 
Click here to see the answer
Solve this Question
Find the value of (8)³
1. 512 
2. 64 
3. 512 
4. None 
Click here to see the answer
Solve this Question
Edward went to tour and he travelled 20 hours. The first ten hours he travelled at the rate of 42 kmph and next 10 hours at the rate of 24 kmph. Find the distance travelled by Edward?
1. 600 km 
2. 660 km 
3. 620.9 km 
4. 613.6 km 
Click here to see the answer
Solve this Question
Write the number in figures:
Two thousand, four hundred and eightyfive
(Note: Don't include a comma (,) while answering)
Click here to see the answer
Solve this Question
In an examination conducted in Physics and Mathematics, 60% students passed in Physics and 50% of students passed in Mathematics, 20% of students failed in both. Find the total pass percentage.
1. 70 
2. 60 
3. 30 
4. 40 
Click here to see the answer
Solve this Question
1. 16min 
2. 19min 
3. 20min 
4. 26min 
Click here to see the answer
Solve this Question
1. Class 8 
2. Class 9 
3. Class 10 
4. Class 11 
Click here to see the answer
Solve this Question
1. ÷ 100 
2. ÷ 10 
3. ÷ 5 
4. ÷ 0.1 
Click here to see the answer
Solve this Question
Solve the equation. 2x  2 + 3x = 4 + 2x + 14
1. 4 
2. 3 
3. 4 
4. 3 
Click here to see the answer
Solve this Question
Find the result of the following equation using Inverse operation by using following rule:
72 – 36 x 4 + 53 =?
Rule: ‘Addition’ as ‘Subtraction’, ‘Subtraction’ as ‘Addition’, ‘Multiplication’ as ‘Division’, ‘Division’ as ‘Multiplication’
1. 116 
2. 38 
3. 28 
4. 18 
Click here to see the answer
Solve this Question
1. 40 
2. 42 
3. 45 
4. 48 
Click here to see the answer
Solve this Question
If the milk packet of 2.5 litres is to be shared by a family, help them by converting the volume into millilitres.
1. 2500 ml 
2. 3500 ml 
3. 4000 ml 
4. 5500 ml 
Click here to see the answer
Solve this Question
1. 25 cm 
2. 24 cm 
3. 27 cm 
4. 29 cm 
Click here to see the answer
Solve this Question
Area of triangle DEF is 4/5. Find the area of triangle ABC.
1. 5 
2. 20/4 
3. 16/5 
4. 4 
Click here to see the answer
Solve this Question
Click here to see the answer
Solve this Question
Find the number in the following blank. 52+4825÷5=45÷5+100 ___
1. 12 
2. 14 
3. 13 
4. 18 
Click here to see the answer
Solve this Question
Calculate 355.3 + 138.1  51.3 = ?
1. 562.7 
2. 402.3 
3. 442.1 
4. 553.3 
Click here to see the answer
Solve this Question
What will be the digit in the hundreds place if we add 359 to the following number?
573219
1. 2 
2. 3 
3. 5 
4. 7 
Click here to see the answer
Solve this Question
Tickets 1 to 15 are mixed up, and one ticket is drawn randomly. What is the probability that the ticket contains a number which is exactly divisible by 5?
1. 1/4 
2. 1/5 
3. 2/3 
4. 1 
Click here to see the answer
Solve this Question
Round the number 63,499 to nearest 100.
1. 63,500 
2. 62,000 
3. 62,500 
4. 63,000 
Click here to see the answer
Solve this Question
Click here to see the answer
Solve this Question
1. Nail Enamels 
2. Talcum powder 
3. Lipsticks 
4. Shampoos 
Click here to see the answer
Solve this Question
1. Huawei 
2. Samsung 
3. Apple 
4. Xiaomi 
Click here to see the answer
Solve this Question
A carpet costs £12 per square metre. How much will it cost to carpet a room 6m long and 4.5m wide?
1. £324 
2. £423 
3. £432 
4. £243 
Click here to see the answer
Solve this Question
Lucy bought furniture for £25000, and had a loss of £18000. What was the selling price of the furniture?
1. £6000 
2. £7000 
3. £8000 
4. £5000 
Click here to see the answer
Solve this Question
Sara had 36 stickers, and she gave 10 of them to her friend. Find the number of stickers left with Sara.
1. 26 
2. 24 
3. 29 
4. 20 
Click here to see the answer
Solve this Question
Karen has a piece of rope which is 4/5 m long. She cuts the rope into 6 equal parts. Work out the length of each piece of rope as a fraction in its simplest form.
1. 2/13 
2. 2/15 
3. 1/5 
4. 4/14 
5. 1/3 
Click here to see the answer
Solve this Question
Write the result in figures:
Subtract three thousand, six hundred and sixtyeight from eight thousand
Note: Don't include a comma (,) while answering)
Click here to see the answer
Solve this Question
19 X 4 = ?
Click here to see the answer
Solve this Question
2, 4, 16,256 ... What number should come next?
1. 66666 
2. 77777 
3. 65536 
4. 35536 
Click here to see the answer
Solve this Question
1. 512 
2. 256 
3. 1024 
4. 128 
Click here to see the answer
Solve this Question
The sum of two fractions is 7/9 and their difference is 2/9. Then what are the two fractional numbers?
1. 11/9 and 3/9 
2. 1/2 and 5/18 
3. 11/8 and 3/8 
4. 11/9 and 2/9 
Click here to see the answer
Solve this Question
25, 15, 5, 5, 15,... Find the next term in the series.
1. 25 
2. 25 
3. 20 
4. 30 
Click here to see the answer
Solve this Question
How much percentage of 75 is to be added to itself to make it a perfect square 100?
1. 33.33% 
2. 44.44% 
3. 55.55% 
4. 66.66% 
Click here to see the answer
Solve this Question
The Median of 50, y+4, 34, y+2, 15, 5 and 2 is 33. These numbers are already arranged in descending order. Find the value of y.
1. 33 
2. 32 
3. 31 
4. 30 
Click here to see the answer
Solve this Question
A box contains 20 calculators, out of which 4 are defective. Two calculators are chosen at random from the box. What is the probability that at least one of these is defective?
1. 7/19 
2. 12/19 
3. 3/4 
4. 15/19 
Click here to see the answer
Solve this Question
Write the number in figures:
One thousand, three hundred and twentyfour
Note: Don't include a comma (,) while answering)
Click here to see the answer
Solve this Question
A Refrigerator bought for £ 3,500 and sold for £ 1,750. Find the gain (or) loss percent did he occurred.
1. Loss 13 % 
2. Loss 50 % 
3. Gain 96 % 
4. Gain 50 % 
Click here to see the answer
Solve this Question
The additive inverse of 11 is
1. 11 
2. 1/11 
3. 11 
4. 11 
Click here to see the answer
Solve this Question
Click here to see the answer
Solve this Question
1. 90° 
2. 100° 
3. 47° 
4. 53° 
Click here to see the answer
Solve this Question
1 litre =____millilitres
1. 100 ml 
2. 1000 ml 
3. 0.01 ml 
4. 0.001 ml 
Click here to see the answer
Solve this Question
1. A 
2. B 
3. C 
4. D 
Click here to see the answer
Solve this Question
The third multiple of 7 is
1. 1 
2. 7 
3. 14 
4. 21 
Click here to see the answer
Solve this Question
The prices of items in a shop are listed as:
£ 73, £ 56, £ 21, £ 39, £ 87, £ 12
Find the range of prices of items?
1. £ 61 
2. £ 75 
3. £ 66 
4. £ 48 
Click here to see the answer
Solve this Question
What is the LCM of numbers 8, 12, 16, 24?
1. 16 
2. 24 
3. 48 
4. 64 
Click here to see the answer
Solve this Question
Simplify the following expression.
7b  2a +3c  a +b 2b  c
1. 6b  3a + 3c – c 
2. 7b 3a + 3c +b 2b – c 
3. 7b – 3a + 2c 
4. 6b – 3a + 2c 
Click here to see the answer
Solve this Question
1. 15 
2. 11 
3. 16 
4. 31 
Click here to see the answer
Solve this Question
1. 3 
2. 4 
3. 10 
4. 19 
Click here to see the answer
Solve this Question
Click here to see the answer
Solve this Question
1. 74.20% 
2. 71.20% 
3. 72.20% 
4. 73.20% 
Click here to see the answer
Solve this Question
Calculate 19/5  21/3.
1. 42/4 
2. 105/15 
3. 17/2 
4. 16/5 
Click here to see the answer
Solve this Question
1. 2 
2. 1 
3. 3 
4. 0 
Click here to see the answer
Solve this Question
Find the place value of 9 in the number 490.345.
1. Ten Thousands 
2. Tens 
3. Thousands 
4. Hundreds 
Click here to see the answer
Solve this Question
Click here to see the answer
Solve this Question
Write the result in figures:
Subtract two thousand, eight hundred and six from six thousand seven hundred twentyone
Note: Don't include a comma (,) while answering)
Click here to see the answer
Solve this Question
Source: North London Independent Girls’ Schools’ Consortium, Group 1 Entrance exam 2017.
Click here to see the answer
Solve this Question
1. 45° 
2. 60° 
3. 100° 
4. 135° 
Click here to see the answer
Solve this Question
Find the L.C.M of 2/3, 3/5, 4/7, 9/13
1. 36 
2. 1/36 
3. 24 
4. 1/24 
Click here to see the answer
Solve this Question
1. 3 
2. 4 
3. 5 
4. 2 
Click here to see the answer
Solve this Question
Find the value of (1/4)²
1. 1/8. 
2. 1/16. 
3. 1/64. 
4. None 
Click here to see the answer
Solve this Question
Click here to see the answer
Solve this Question
The temperatures in five different cities are 3°C, 19°C, 0 °C, 15 °C, and 5 °C.
Find the median of the temperatures.
1. 0 °C 
2. 15 °C 
3. 3 °C 
4. 3 °C 
Click here to see the answer
Solve this Question
A box of chocolates weighs 575 grams, and contains 25 chocolates. The empty box weighs 75 grams. What is the weight of one chololate ?
1. 40 grams 
2. 30 grams 
3. 20 grams 
4. 10 grams 
Click here to see the answer
Solve this Question
Click here to see the answer
Solve this Question
The points scored by ten players in a game show are given below. 45, 56, 56, 45, 44, 85, 44, 44, 45 and 45. Find the mode for the given data.
1. 44 
2. 56 
3. 45 
4. 85 
Click here to see the answer
Solve this Question
1. ÷2 and 16 
2. ÷2 and ÷5 
3. ÷5 and ÷4 
4. ÷5 and 4 
Click here to see the answer
Solve this Question
How many rectangles will be there in triangular prism?
1. 2 
2. 3 
3. 4 
4. 5 
Click here to see the answer
Solve this Question
Find the value of 5³ + 2³
1. 133 
2. 125 
3. 134 
4. None 
Click here to see the answer
Solve this Question
Calculate 314  412 + 289 = ?
1. 197 
2. 185 
3. 201 
4. 191 
Click here to see the answer
Solve this Question
Click here to see the answer
Solve this Question
The following pie chart gives the percentage of workers from various industries working in night shifts. The bar graph shows the percentage of female workers from these industries working in night shifts.
1. 8:7 
2. 3:2 
3. 17:19 
4. 23:25 
Click here to see the answer
Solve this Question
1. (2,5), (2,7) and (5,6) 
2. (1,7) , (1,9) and (4,8) 
3. (2,6), (2,9) and (5,8) 
4. (3,2), (1,9) and (6,8) 
Click here to see the answer
Solve this Question
1. 16.5 
2. 17.5 
3. 18.5 
4. 19.5 
Click here to see the answer
Solve this Question
Convert the following percentages into decimal numbers.
(i) 24% (ii) 67% (iii) 99% (iv) 125%
Click here to see the answer
Solve this Question
Calculate 0.874 x 0.564
1. 0.871267 
2. 0.872198 
3. 0.492936 
4. 0.83728 
Click here to see the answer