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North View Primary School Mathematics North View Primary School

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AURORA - SC 550 FIAMO - SC 6SC 20 CASIO - FX 82AU, FX 82MS, FX 85MS, FX 95MS, FX 350MS, FX 820MS, FX 992S HEWLETT PACKARD - HP 8SHP, 9SHP10S SHARP - EL 509VM, EL 509 W, EL 509WM, EL 509WS, EL 546VA TEXAS INSTRUMENTS - TI 30XIIB, TI 30XIIS, TI 34 II Only calculators that are approved by the Singapore Examinations & Assessment Board (SEAB) will be allowed in the examination.

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North View Primary School Paper 1 - 50 min - 40 marks - 30 MCQ & short answer questions of 1 or 2 marks - non-calculator component Paper Format Paper 2 - 1 hr 40 min - 60 marks - 28 questions (short answer & structured / long answers) - each question 3 to 5 marks - calculator component

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North View Primary School Paper 1 - 1 hour - 50 marks - 30 MCQ & short answer questions of 1 or 2 marks - non-calculator component Paper Format Foundation Mathematics Paper 2 - 1 hr 15 min - 50 marks - 18 questions (short answer & structured / long answers) - each question 3 to 5 marks - calculator component

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North View Primary School Expectations 1)Revise and review a)Revise daily b)Review regularly How? - Cover the solutions and re-work the sums - Use CODER - Practice papers

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North View Primary School 2) Quality work a) Show clear working b) Speed and accuracy c) Clarity of working Expectations

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North View Primary School 3) Determination and perseverance a)Attempt all questions starting from the first question. b)Show some working. c)The last question is usually not hard/novel. Don’t give up. Do guess & check when all else fails. Expectations

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North View Primary School Adequate Practice is Necessary! Apart from Shaping Math Coursebook & Workbook, we have: (1)Topical worksheets - to revise concepts & skills learned in every topic (a) graded from level 1 to 3 (b) Heuristics questions are incorporated in the topical worksheets (2) Practice papers

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What’s important? -Number sense -Identification of patterns -Spatial sense -identify concepts -choose the right strategies for different problem sums. Eg for a certain question, to use model drawing or ratio?

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North View Primary School Model drawing or Ratio? John, Max and Peter had 320 books altogether. Max had 5 times more books than John. Peter had twice the number of books Max had. vs John, Max and Peter had 335 books altogether. Max had 5 more books than John. Peter had twice the number of books Max had.

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Eg: What is the 98 th shape? 98 6 = 16 r 2 Remainder 2 2 nd shape!

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Eddy used some toothpicks to make the following triangles. If he made 1 triangle, he got this figure If he added some toothpicks to the triangle, the figure became If he continued to add more toothpicks to the triangle, the figure became If he made 100 triangles, how many toothpicks did he use? Example

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