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Cambridge Primary Progression Test

Mark scheme

Mathematics

Stage 4

DC (LK/CGW) 88909/8RP
2

These tables give general guidelines on marking answers that involve number and place value,
and units of length, mass, money, duration or time. If the mark scheme does not specify the correct
answer, refer to these general guidelines.

Number and Place value

The table shows various general rules in terms of acceptable decimal answers.

Accept
.675
Accept tailing zeros, unless the question has asked for a specific number of decimal places, e.g.
0.7000
Always accept appropriate tailing zeros, e.g.
3.00 m; 5.000 kg
Accept a comma as a decimal point if that is the convention that you have taught the children, e.g.
0,638

Units

For questions involving quantities, e.g. length, mass, money, duration or time, correct units must be
given in the answer. The table shows acceptable and unacceptable versions of the answer 1.85 m.

Correct answer Also accept Do not accept

Units are not given 1.85 m Correct conversions 1.85
on answer line and provided the unit is
the question does not stated, e.g. 185 m
specify a unit for the 1 m 85 cm
1850 mm
0.00185 km
If the unit is given on ......1.85...... m Correct conversions, ......185...... m
the answer line, e.g. provided the unit is ......1850...... m
............................ m stated unambiguously, etc.
e.g. ......185 cm...... m
If the question 1.85 m 1.85 185; 1850
states the unit that 1 m 85 cm
the answer should Any conversions to
be given in, e.g. other units, e.g.
metres’

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Money

For questions involving money, it is essential that appropriate units are given in the answer.

Accept Do not accept

If the amount is in dollars and \$0.30
given to two decimal places. \$9 or \$9.00 \$09 or \$09.00
If units are not given on answer Any unambiguous indication of 30 or 0.30 without a unit
line the correct amount, e.g.
30 cents; 30 c Incorrect or ambiguous
\$0.30; \$0.30 c; \$0.30 cents answers, e.g.
\$0-30; \$0=30; \$00:30 \$0.3; \$30; \$30 cents; 0.30 cents
If \$ is shown on the answer line \$......0.30...... \$......30......
\$......0.30 cents...... \$......30 cents...... (this cannot
be accepted because it is
Accept all unambiguous ambiguous, but if the dollar
indications, as shown above sign is deleted it becomes
acceptable)
If cents is shown on the answer ......30......cents ......0.30......cents
line ......\$0.30 ......cents ......\$30 ......cents

Duration

Accept any unambiguous method of showing duration and all reasonable abbreviations of hours
(h, hr, hrs), minutes (m, min, mins) and seconds (s, sec, secs).

Accept Do not accept

Any unambiguous indication using any Incorrect or ambiguous formats, e.g.
reasonable abbreviations of hours (h, hr, hrs),
minutes (m, min, mins) and seconds (s, sec,
secs), e.g.
2 hours 30 minutes; 2 h 30 m; 02 h 30 m 2.30; 2.3; 2.30 hours; 2.30 min; 2 h 3;
5 min 24 sec; 00 h 05 m 24 s 2.3 h
Any correct conversion with appropriate units,
e.g.
2.5 hours; 150 mins 2.5; 150
324 seconds 324
Also accept unambiguous digital stopwatch Do not accept ambiguous indications, e.g.
format, e.g.
02:30:00 02:30
00.05:24; 05:24 s 5.24

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Time

There are many ways to write times, in both numbers and words, and marks should be awarded for
any unambiguous method. Accept time written in numbers or words unless there is a specific
instruction in the question. Some examples are given in the table.

Accept Do not accept

Any unambiguous indication of correct answer Incorrect or ambiguous formats, e.g.
in numbers, words or a combination of the two,
e.g. 07:30; 19:00

0730; 07 30; 07.30; 07,30; 07-30; 7.30; 730 a.m.; 07.3; 073; 07 3; 730; 73; 7.3; 7.3 am; 7.30 p.m.
7.30am; 7.30 in the morning

Half past seven (o’clock) in the morning

Thirty minutes past seven am
Also accept: O-seven-thirty

1900; 19 00; 19_00 etc. 19; 190; 19 000; 19.00 am; 7.00 am

Nineteen hundred (hours)

Seven o’clock in the afternoon/evening

Accept correct conversion to 12-hour clock, e.g. 4.42 am; 0442; 4.42
16:42
4.42 p.m.

Sixteen forty two Forty two (minutes) past sixteen

Four-forty-two in the afternoon/evening Eighteen (minutes) to seventeen
Four forty two p.m.
Forty two (minutes) past four p.m.
Eighteen (minutes) to five in the evening

Also accept a combination of numbers and

words, e.g.
18 minutes to 5 p.m.
42 minutes past 4 in the afternoon

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Stage 4 Paper 1 Mark Scheme

Question 1
1 7402
Total 1

Question 2
1 16 26 32 48
Total 1

Question 3
1 All lines must be correct
25 for 1 mark.
85 55

5 95

75
45
15
Total 1

Question 4
1 2 spaces down and 2 spaces right Accept 2 down and 2
right.
Accept any other correct
route.
Total 1

Question 5
1 280
Total 1

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Question 6
1 1 3 5 8 Do not accept answers
, , ,
10 10 10 10 in reverse order.
Total 1

Question 7
(a) 1 110
(b) 1

Total 2

Question 8
1 3 1 Accept equivalent
+ = 1 fractions and decimals.
4 4

Total 1

Question 9
1 Watch a film 20 seconds All 3 lines must be
correct for 1 mark.
Run 100 m 20 minutes

Eat lunch 90 seconds

Total 1

Question 10
1 All 3 ticks must be
correct for 1 mark.
[ ] [ ]

[ ] [ ]

Total 1
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Question 11
1 3 8 Both arrows must be
4 10 correct for award of 1
mark.

1 1
2

Total 1

Question 12
1 17 (teams)
Total 1

Question 13
1 Accept the rectangle
attached to side of either
triangle.

Total 1

Question 14
2 Award 2 marks for 3
326 < 408 correct symbols.

Award 1 mark for two

1989 > 1788 correct symbols.

Total 2

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Question 15
1 415
Total 1

Question 16
1 420 (cm)
Total 1

Question 17
1

Total 1

Question 18
(a) 1 8 or 9 (students) Do not accept 10 or 7
(b) 1 Ticks ‘No’ and explains Do not accept ‘No’
• 8 students chose football in Class without an explanation.
4a but 10 students chose it in
Class 4b
or
• the scale is different on the graphs
so the bar for Class 4a looks bigger
Total 2

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Question 19
1 275 (g)
Total 1

Question 20
2 Award 2 marks for a
30 40 complete diagram.

20 10 Award 1 mark for one

side which totals 100
50 Order of 20 and 30 and
of 10 and 40 can be
or interchanged.

40 30

10 20

50

Total 2

Question 21
1 10
Total 1

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Stage 4 Paper 2 Mark Scheme

Question 1
1 130
Total 1

Question 2
1 Accept arrow anywhere
between 650 and 700
0 1000
exclusive.
Total 1

Question 3
(a) 1 English
(b) 1 24 (minutes)
Total 2

Question 4
1 125 311 351 560 655 Must circle all three
numbers and no
incorrect numbers for 1
mark.
Total 1

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Question 5
2 Award 2 marks for 3
shapes with all lines
drawn correctly.

Award 1 mark for:

• 2 shapes with all lines
drawn correctly
or
• 1 line of symmetry
marked on each shape
with no incorrect lines
Total 2

Question 6
1 9235 and 3295 Accept answers in either
order.
Total 1

Question 7
1 580
Total 1

Question 8
1 All lines correct for
112
1 mark.

314

214

212

134

Total 1

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Question 9
1 b, c, d, a Do not accept answers
in reverse order.
Total 1

Question 10
1 258 (ice creams)
Total 1

Question 11
1 Multiples Not All answers correct for
of 3 multiples 1 mark.
of 3
Odd
9 19
numbers
Even
numbers 24 14

Total 1

Question 12
1 -5 (°C) Do not accept 5-
Total 1

Question 13
1 5.5(0) (m)
Total 1

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Question 14
1

Total 1

Question 15
1 -4 and 21 Both answers must be
correct for award of 1
mark.
Total 1

Question 16
1 0.9 Accept 0.90
Total 1

Question 17
2 IN OUT Award 2 marks for
360 36 3 correct.
740 74
Award 1 mark for
420 42 2 correct.
195 19.5
Total 2

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Question 18
2 Answers could include Award 2 marks for
2 correct shapes.

1 correct shape.

Accept shapes in any

orientation.

Total 2

Question 19
1 1 = 4 or 2 = 8 or 1 = 2 or 4 = 8 Accept fractions in any
2 8 1 4 4 8 1 2 order.
Total 1

Question 20
2 Award 2 marks for
True False 3 correct ticks.

Award 1 mark for

9 2 correct ticks.

Total 2

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Stage 4 Paper 3 Mark Scheme

1 ½ \$5.73
2 ½ 70
3 ½ C1 (Do not accept 1C)
4 ½ 4800
5 ½ 5 (faces)
6 ½ 54

7 ½ 45
8 ½ 6:15 pm (Do not accept 6:15)
9 ½

15

10 ½ 250
11 ½ 2g 20 g

200 g 2g

12 ½ 404
13 ½ 40
14 ½ 970
15 ½ 150 (cm)
17 ½

18 ½ 12 (trucks)
19 ½ 30 (black cars)
20 ½ 6 60 3
or or (or equivalent fraction)
10 100 5

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