Taster Test The video on this test will play automatically - please make sure your sound is not too loud or click on the video You must have a strong internet connection You will need 46 minutes to take the test You must press submit after each section If you are running out of time a warning will appear If you run out of time, you will not be able to go back and re do this test, a box will appear click on it and it will move you onto the next section In this test you will not receive your questions and answers (You will get this in our paid for mock tests) but will receive a report detailed your results in each area so you can target weaknesses Email First name of student How did you find out about this test You are running out of time! few seconds are remaining. https://bexleykentelevenplustutors.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/ttmaths11.mov Have a look at the table above and answer the following questionsQuestion 1What is the range of social media users? 100m 2045 m 2400m 233m 8900m What is the Mode Social Media platform? Messenger Tiktok Instagram Twitter Facebook What is the mean of: facebook, whatsapp, messenger and WeChat users? 15967.5 m 16549.75 m 159.675m 1596.75m 1596.75 t What is the median social media platform? Qzone TIKTOK QQ Weibo Reddit What are the two most underused platforms of 2020? Weibo and QQ Facebook and WhatsApp Tiktok and Haribo Twitter and Reddit Instagram and WeChat What is the mean of: QQ, Qzone, Tiktok, Weibo and Reddit in millions? 638 170 538 240 336 If all the users on twitter bought a coin package for 60p how much money would they spend? £33 million £198 million £55 million 198 million £298 million If a playstation 5 costs £330, how many consoles could be bought with the money spent on coin packages on Twitter in question 7? 1000,000 600,000 80000 60000000 60000000 If 1000000000 cards were shared every user on Instagram, how many would each person receive? 1 10 100 1000 10000 If a billion cards were shared every user on Instagram, how many would each person receive? 1 10 100 1000 10000Hint If 12 students received 8 sweets each, what is the product of the sweets? 84 96 4 22 1.5 What is the product of 5 and 9? 14 4 54 45 59 What is the quotient of 144 and 12? 136 1728 0.0833 12 156 What is the sum of 8, 15, 36 and 3? 177 12960 62 61 63 What is the sum of 14, 2, 12 and 9? 37 3024 13 36 35 What is the product of 8 and 9? 17 1 16 72 48 You are running out of time! few seconds are remaining. https://bexleykentelevenplustutors.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/taster-test-english-2.mov English Comprehension The long Dark Teatime of the soul By Douglas Adams Into the well kempt - grounds that lay just on the outskirts of a well - kempt village on the fringes of the well – kempt Cotswolds turned a less than well – kempt car. It was a battered yellow Citroen 2CV which had had one careful owner but also three suicidally reckless ones. It made its way up the driveway with a reluctant air as if all it asked for from life was to be tipped into a restful ditch in one of the adjoining medows and there allowed to settle in graceful abandonment, instead of which here it was being asked to drag itself all the way up this long gravelled drive which it would no doubt soon be called upon to drag itself all the way back down again, to what possible purpose it was beyond its whit to imagine. It drew to a halt in front of the elegant stone entrance to the main building, and then began to trundle slowly backwards again until its occupant yanked on the handbrake, which evoked from the car a sort of strangled “Eeek”…. After a few minutes a porter came out and examined it, adopted a disapproving manner and then, for lack of anything more positive to do, went back in.What does well kept mean? bedraggled noisome Abode Asunder ally orderly How had the previous two owners treated the car? Deplorably Carefully Feebly Insolently Loftily Slyly What literary technique is used with the car saying “Eeek”? Metaphor Simile Onomatopoeia Personification Phrase Colons What does "whit" mean? intellect absurd famine elude foe broad How can the general mood of the car be best explained? Sane Insane Despair Stubborn Vacant Stern Where did the car really want to be? France At the house New York Paris In a ditch The word "suicidally" in line 5 is an? Adjective Pronoun Verb Adverb Noun Past participle Why did the car trundle slowly backwards? The owner had put the car in reverse The car decide to back up The brakes didn't work The owner hadn't pressed the accelerator The owner hadn't applied the handbrake It was miserable What was the porter's opinion of the car? He think's it's majestic He is sober about it He is grave about it He looks down on it He is reserved about his feelings He loves the car This novel can best be categorised as A fable A myth A legend A parable fictional autobiographical You are running out of time! few seconds are remaining. https://bexleykentelevenplustutors.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/tt-extra-Word-3.mov Find the superfluous (unnecessary) word from letters A to F which will not fit once they are arranged into a sentence. Example: Q A B C D E F Example Kit needed be assembled Aided to The The answer would be E (aided) as the sentence should read: The kit needed to be assembled dog often to I my walk for a take Find the superfluous (unnecessary) word which will not fit once they are arranged into a sentence. hens cockerels morning crow in the Find the superfluous (unnecessary) word which will not fit once they are arranged into a sentence. Rubbish men strewn refuse the men driver left all over at Find the superfluous (unnecessary) word which will not fit once they are arranged into a sentence. Flat Mat Cat Sat on the the Find the superfluous (unnecessary) word which will not fit once they are arranged into a sentence. Sun Clouds woke shone the through the Find the superfluous (unnecessary) word which will not fit once they are arranged into a sentence. king sat throne the on peasant a Find the superfluous (unnecessary) word which will not fit once they are arranged into a sentence. times tables peril fun is learning Find the superfluous (unnecessary) word which will not fit once they are arranged into a sentence. Squash the rowdy concentrated was needed and water was Find the superfluous (unnecessary) word which will not fit once they are arranged into a sentence. Castle the was totally sly besieged You are running out of time! few seconds are remaining. https://bexleykentelevenplustutors.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/ttsynonyms-4.mov Synonyms Select the word that is most similar to the word in bold at the topAlmanac jacket coat tar calendar cockerel portico Plunder loot trip mistake thunder sleep error Tankard gun armour neglect cup empty secluded Impervious fillet frequent caution elongate gravitate Immune Vacant empty observe dismal accurate cautious rare Secluded Penury Agriculture contest recede isolated advance Brooch Poach Necklace earring badge lipstick blusher Exuberant File enthusiastic happy sad wan package illustrious lust fancy flash notable obscure enchant tedious dull interesting great finite pensive immune flaw nice blemish create arid moist carpet coarse train educate track smooth rough weak Noisome Loud Blaring Smelly undue gripping soft Frivolous Thrifty flippant mild vile alluring sea Amiable foe ethical cryptic popular intense friendly You are running out of time! few seconds are remaining. https://bexleykentelevenplustutors.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/ttantonyms-5.mov Antonyms Select the word that is the opposite to the word at the top.Malevolent wicked bad benevolent cruel yonder strange Wither Hither Thither Desiccate strive thrive thrift Obnoxious Vile Rude Scary Polite cheeky nasty cruel Counterfeit copy scam forgery real fake fit Spontaneous spur ordered planned filed round moist Abode House Infant Grieve Home rage away Vast big large minuscule long tall wide Asunder break unite untie rift waffle tide Artful useless good skilled coax revive omen Grave Stone Yard frivolous plume serious dumb Foe Doe Sly curious broad odour Ally Lean Fat scanty sleek score forbid absurd Eccentric Strange Normal weird meagre hygienic preposterous Rowdy Yield Sturdy Aggressive elude debate passive You are running out of time! few seconds are remaining. https://bexleykentelevenplustutors.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/ttNVR6.mov A B C D E F A B C D E F A B C D E F A B C D E F A B C D E F A B C D E F A B C D E F A B C D E F A B C D E F A B C D E F A B C D E F A B C D E F Time is Up!Time is Up!