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5. GRADE MATHEMATICS TESTS
 
                                                              PROPERTIES OF THE TESTS *

We try to prepare three groups of tests.
The first group is directed to teach. We expect the children to learn the subject as they solve the problems. These contain tips and helps (with figures). Their number changes according to the question. There is no time limit. The pupil or student may browse the web and gather the lacking information meanwhile.
For the 4th and 5th Grades we have (almost) completed this group. Some questions are beyond level (directed to the gifted) and we will make arrangements on the way. They may be skipped by the average learners for the time being.
The second group of our tests are time limited with 2 minutes per question. They are a step towards the real-time tests which normally permit a minute per question. They are for the level and may contain tips and help depending on the situation.
The third group consists of real time tests as they normally are offered.

* In the followings you find our evaluations of our tests. We know we are here to be evaluated and not to evaluate. We look forward for your feedback and contributions. As they arrive, via our
forum, e-mail etc. we will publish them and this page will then change.
    TOPICS and FIRST GROUP of TESTS
NATURAL NUMBERS
T1.1: Natural Numbers Test (Fifth Grade 1.1)
  Some of the questions are typical. Questions 3, 4, 10 and 16 deserve special attention. Questions 6, 12, 18 and 22 are relatively hard but tips and helps may compensate.
T1.2: Natural Numbers Test (Fifth Grade 1.2)
  Questions 7, 9, 10 and 11 deserve special attention. Questions 6, 12, 18 and 22 are relatively hard but tips and helps may compensate
T1.3: Natural Numbers Test (Fifth Grade 1.3)
 This is a rather hard nut for 5th Grade. Almost all questions are pretty hard, some really hard. For top 5th graders.
ADDITION
T1.1: Addition Test (5th Grade 1.1)
  A pretty hard test if assessed overall. Questions 2, 8, 9 and 10 deserve special attention. Questions 6, 12, 18 and 22 are relatively hard but tips and helps may compensate .
T1.2: Addition Test (5th Grade 1.1)
  Questions 4, 8, 9 ,17 and 20 are to be of special interest . Questions 6, 12, 18 and 22 are relatively hard but tips and helps may compensate
T1.3: Addition Test (5th Grade 1.1)
 Questions 3, 4, 7, and 14 are to be of special interest . Questions 6, 12, 18 and 22 are relatively hard but tips and helps may compensate.
SUBTRACTION
T1.1: Subtraction Test (5th Grade 1.1)
  Most of the questions are typical. Question 3 deserves special attention. The questions with "ry1" are somewhat harder as usual.
T1.2: Subtraction Test (5th Grade 1.2)
  Questions 3, 4, 7, and 14 are to be of special interest . Questions 6, 12, 18 and 22 are relatively hard but tips and helps may compensate.
T1.3: Subtraction Test (5th Grade 1.3)
 Questions 3, 4, 14, and 17 are to be of special interest . Questions 6, 12, 18 and 22 are relatively hard but tips and helps may compensate .
MULTIPLICATION
T1.1: Multiplication Test (5th Grade 1.1)
  This is a rather easy test. Most of the questions are typical. Questions 1, 4, 14 and 23 is relatively hard and deserves special attention. The situation with "ry" tests is always the same and will not be repeated hereafter .
T1.2: Multiplication Test (5th Grade 1.2)
  This is a test with special emphasis on checking the correctness of the result of operation. Questions 3, 17, 20 and 21 should be interesting .
T1.3: Multiplication Test (5th Grade 1.3)
 This is a rather hard test. We normally try to ask relatively easy questions in the first two tests.
DIVISION
T1.1: Division of Natural Numbers Test, 4th Grade 1.1
  This is a simple test. Questions 4, 9 and 14 are suupposed to be of prime importance. Questions with "ry"s are a bit harder.
T1.2: Division of Natural Numbers Test, 4th Grade 1.2
 Questions 9 and 10 are interesting, pay special attention. Questions 15 to 22 are a series of question, kind of nature simulations that deserve care/attention .
T1.3: Division of Natural Numbers Test, 4th Grade 1.3
 The questions regard mostly turkish and world economy. Try to solve and understand them. You will need to remember them.
FRACTIONS
Our tests emphasize the importance of least common multiple and greatest common divisor from the very beginning. They are the right way to handle fractions and not as hard and frightening as they are being afraid of. Prime factorization we tried to teach and now we feel ourselves free to use these concepts and operations. We hope the same for you.
T1.1: Fractions Tests (5th Grade 1.1)
 A rather simple test as the first of the three. Questions 6, 12, 18 and 22 are bit harder with helps and tips.
T1.2: Fractions Tests (5th Grade 1.2)
  A rather straightforward test. Bit harder but just otherwise like the first test.
T1.3: Fractions Tests (5th Grade 1.3)
 Again a test mainly on economics. Comparison, ratio, fractions and percentage are pretty important in economics.
ADDITION of FRACTIONS
We have a fractions' utilities page. If you feel yourself mature enough, only if, you may make use of the page.
T1.1: Addition of Fractions Test (5th Grade 1.1)
  Most of the questions are typical. Questions 3, 5 and 10 are the more important ones. Questions 6, 12 , 18 and 22 are with help with image and relatively harder.
T1.2: Addition of Fractions Test (5th Grade 1.2)
  A typical test for the grade. Questions 3, 16 and 20 deserve special attention. The usual "ry1" questions are of course bit harder.
T1.3: Addition of Fractions Test (5th Grade 1.3)
 A good test deserving attention. Questions of the second half (Q12-Q25) all deserve attention.
SUBTRACTION of FRACTIONS
T1.1: Subtraction of Fractions Test (5th Grade 1.1)
 Again we want to emphasize the second half. Questions 6, 12 , 18 and 22 of this test are of special importance as usual.
T1.2: Subtraction of Fractions Test (5th Grade 1.2)
  Questions 7, 8 , 13 and 21 are especially to be tried. The general rule of "ry1" questions is also obeyed.
T1.3: Subtraction of Fractions Test (5th Grade 1.3)
 This is again a relatively hard test. We advice you to try the questions, all of them. If you can solve all of the questions you may be proud of yourself and your teachers.
MULTIPLICATION of FRACTIONS
T1.1: Multiplication of Fractions Test (5th Grade 1.1)
 Multiplication of fractions are easier thaan summation and subtraction. So is this test. Modelling is emphasized. Questions 6, 12 , 18 and 22 of this test are of special importance as usual.
T1.2: Multiplication of Fractions Test (5th Grade 1.2)
  Multiplication is easy but when to use it is not this easy to answer. This test demonstrates that. The general rule of "ry1" questions is also obeyed.
T1.3: Multiplication of Fractions Test (5th Grade 1.3)
 This is a relatively hard test. If you can solve all of the questions you are a candidate for being a master of fractions.
DECIMAL FRACTIONS, PERCENT and RATIO
Ratio and percent are used too often. We also used them in the previous tests after a little bit explanation. They are simple though. We preferred to merge these topics together
T1.1: Decimal Fractions, Percent and Ratio (5th Grade 1.1)
  A rather easy test in comparison with the other two.
T1.2: Decimal Fractions, Percent and Ratio (5th Grade 1.2)
 An a little bit hard test . The first quarter emphasizes Golden Ratio, the second primaries of energy, the third population increase and the last the wild life.
T1.3: Decimal Fractions, Percent and Ratio (5th Grade 1.3)
 A relatively hard test . The first quarter emphasizes the speed, the second the Pyramids of Giza and Mesoamerica, the third radiocarbon (Carbon-14) dating and the last tries to derive an algortihm for solving repeating decimals.