**If you’re a student from the UK or Australia, you’ll find the Year 7 maths worksheets and test papers with answers PDF useful.**

**Read on to find out how to download the free maths worksheets, test papers, topics and other resources you’ll need to do well in mathematics.**

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The resources on this website are free of charge. We’ve created it to help students who need these maths resources to do well in tests and exams.

What’s more, we want to ensure that maths questions are available to students when they need them.

Here are resources that will help you to prepare for Year 7 tests and exams. You can get them via the links below.

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Note that more resources will be available for Year 7 students as we create test questions, answers sheets and worksheets. Meanwhile, you can download the maths questions and answers PDF as well as unit topics via the links in this article

**What to expect in your test?**

Your maths teachers will set the test from the easy question to the hardest. Where there are short-answer questions, you’ll see the easier ones at the top and the harder ones at the bottom.

Where there are one-mark questions, no working out is required but must write the answers clearly, including the units where necessary.

Most questions will require working out whereas others will ask you to give reasoning. They are higher-order questions therefore take your time to do them properly.

The Year 7 maths tests marks can range from 30 to 50. You’ll be required to do them in just one period, 40 or 50 minutes. Some end-of-the-year tests do often have more than 50 marks and can take up to two periods in duration time.

**Read Year 7 maths test instructions carefully**

Your teacher will expect you to do certain things. These expectations are often given in the instructions. So, it is important to read the instructions and know what you are expected to do prior to doing the test.

Here is an example of instructions you are likely to see on your Year 7 maths test papers:

- You may use a calculator.
- Read all questions carefully.
- You will be given tracing paper.
- You have 50 minutes to complete this test.
- Show all you working in the space provided.

**Some maths test best practices**

Do not spend too much time on one question if you find it very hard to do. The best thing to do is to answer the other questions, then come back and attempt the hard question at the end when you have time.

For example, if you have 50 minutes to do 40 test questions, that is 1.25 minutes on each question. Some questions may take less time, but all in all, you should not spend 2 minutes on one question. By doing this, you’ll have time to answer all the questions.

## Year 7 free maths worksheets and resources

You can also visit the **Year 7 Maths resource page** and check out all the free materials (worksheets, test papers, topics, etc).

All in all, if you are a Year 7 student, we hope you find these maths test questions useful.

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