## Transfer Test Practice Papers Level 1, 2 and 3

On Target AQE and GL and Style Practice Papers are based on the the AQE and GL formats and are written by On Target Resources.

### Level 1

Level 1 is the easiest of our staged difficulty levels.  These papers will allow you to introduce your child gradually to the AQE and GL curriculums and formats.  Level 1 contains reduced content and timings compared to Level 2 and Level 3 papers.

AQE Level 1 papers have 27 questions, to be completed in 30 minutes.

GL Maths Level 1 papers have 20 questions, to be completed in 25 minutes.

GL English papers have 25 questions, to be completed in 25 minutes.

### Maths Level 1 Curriculum Content –

• Length facts mm/cm/m/km
• Weight problems
• Volume problems
• Simple function machines
• Money problems
• Simple fraction of a number
• Simple equivalent fractions
• Comparing decimals/fractions/percentages
• Ordering simple fractions
• Ordering decimals
• Percentage of a number problems
• Time problems
• multiply and divide decimals and whole numbers by 10, 100 and 1000
• Square numbers, odd and even numbers, multiples, factors
• Rounding to the nearest 10 and 100
• 12/24 hour clock
• Simple sequences
• Place value
• Scale
• Simple reflections
• Properties of 2D and 3D shape
• Area and perimeter of simple shapes
• Negative numbers
• Simple equations
• Simple compass
• Bar charts
• Pictographs
• Simple coordinates
• Simple use the calculation
• Algebra with addition and subtraction

### English Level 1 Curriculum Content –

###### The following topics are included in AQE English Level 1.
• past/present tense
• synonyms
• alphabetical order
• compound words
• homophones
• proper nouns
• Capital letters, full stops, commas, question marks
• Contractions
• Spelling rules – double consonants
• Identifying types of passage
• Definitions of a glossary, bibliography, index and contents page

### Level 2

Level 2 is the middle stage of our staged difficulty levels.  These papers will allow you to introduce your child gradually to the AQE and GL curriculums and formats.  Level 2 contains all the content contained in Level 1, plus some extra topics listed below.

AQE Level 2 papers have 35 questions, to be completed in 45 minutes.

GL Maths Level 2 papers have 30 questions, to be completed in 35 minutes.

GL English papers have 40 questions, to be completed in 40 minutes.

### Maths Level 2 Curriculum Content –

• Weight facts g/kg
• Decimal numbers
• Equivalent percentages and fractions
• Area of a shape including decimal measures
• Volume of a shape including decimal measures
• Time duration
• Multiplication and Division problems
• Averages – mean and range
• Sequences with pictorial patterns
• Write a number in words
• Area of more complex shapes
• Area of a triangle
• Lines of symmetry
• horizonal and vertical lines
• Algebra with division and multiplication
• Angle facts – right, acute, obtuse, reflex, straight
• Angles in a triangle
• Triangular numbers, prime numbers, cube numbers
• Volume with a missing measure
• Line graphs

### English Level 2 Curriculum Content –

• apostrophe of possession
• Speech marks
• Similes
• Spelling rules – plurals, adding ing/ed, suffixes and common spelling errors
• Definitions of a thesaurus, dictionary, author, illustrator

### Level 3

Level 3 is the final stage of our staged difficulty levels.  These papers will allow your child to practice papers containing the full AQE and GL curriculums and timings.  Level 3 contains all the content contained in Level 1 and 2, plus the extra topics listed below.

AQE Level 3 papers have 58 questions, to be completed in 60 minutes.

GL Maths Level 3 papers have 45 questions, to be completed in 45 minutes.

GL Level 3 English papers have 60 questions, to be completed in 50 minutes.

### Maths Level 3 Curriculum Content –

• Volume facts L/ml
• Turning in resolutions
• Probability
• More complex sequences including the fibonacci sequence
• Calendar
• More complex area and perimeter questions
• Venn and Carroll diagrams
• More complex use the calculation questions
• Angles in a clock face
• Pie charts
• More complex equivalent fractions
• Finding a missing co-ordinate
• Equations containing fractions
• Finding missing data in averages (mean and range)
• Nets of 3D shapes, including cubes
• Using estimation
• Filled boxes
• Timetables
• Palindromes
• Reflecting a shape in a diagonal line
• Area of a non-right angled triangle

### English Level 3 Curriculum Content –

• onomatopoeia
• alliteration
• Convert nouns to verbs and adjectives
• prefixes
• Antonyms
• superlatives
• Collective noun
• Rhyming words