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Mathematics

Assessment THE UNIVERSITY OF NEW SOUTH WALES


Framework

Paper A (Year 3) (Calculators are not permitted) Paper E (Year 7) (Calculators are not permitted)
Number and Arithmetic Algebra and Patterns Measures and Units Space and Geometry Chance and Data Number and Arithmetic Algebra and Patterns Measures and Units Space and Geometry Chance and Data
• Identify relative position on a • Ordering and comparing posi- As with Year 6 and also:
• Counting objects tive whole numbers • Simple estimates of probability
picture or map • Identify co-ordinates in first
• Ordering and comparing posi- • Measure and compare mass- • Using place Value in words
• Identify figures with reflection quad
tive whole numbers es, lengths, areas, volumes • Ordering and comparing • Measure and compare mass- • Order events on rough likeli-
symmetry • Simple estimates of probability • Identify and continue patterns
• Using place Value (and capacities) quarters, halves, tenths and • Simple number patterns es, lengths, areas, volumes hoods
• Identify nets, plans and elevations in words based on transformations such

Measures
Measures

• Ordering and comparing • Measure and compare time in • Common number patterns (and capacities) • Find possible arrangements of

Patterns
Patterns

Chance
Number

hundredths

Chance

Space
Space
of 3D figures and vice versa • Order events on rough likeli- as tessellations
quarters, halves, tenths and • Simple number patterns days, months and years • Odd and Even Numbers such as square numbers • Measure and compare time in sets of objects and events
• Identify and continue a pattern hoods • Combine simple reflections,
hundredths • Recognise half and quarter • Using factors and multiples • Choose correct description in days, months and years • Find numerical probabilities
of shapes • Find possible arrangements of rotations, translations & en-
• Odd and Even Numbers turns of whole numbers words of a number pattern • Recognise half and quarter based on equally likely out-
• Reflect a shape about a given sets of objects and events largements of simple shapes
• Using factors and multiples of • Identify angles of the • Ordering and comparing turns comes

Number
axis (simple) • Identify a sequence of trans-
whole numbers (without using same size decimals • Find numerical probabilities
• Rotate a shape about a vertex formations that have occurred
the words “factor” or “multiple”) • Order angles • Using prime numbers based on relative frequencies
of the shape or its centre to a shape
• Rounding to nearest whole
number • Select appropriate metric unit • Names of basic shapes and
• Names of basic shapes and • Ordering and comparing frac- to measure a quantity (mL, L, their basic features
• Solve simple number puz-

Pre-algebra
their basic features tions cm, m, km etc) • Identify by looking shapes
zles expressed using words or As with Year 6 and also

Shape
Pre-algebra

• Identify by looking at shapes • Ordering and comparing all • Choose appropriate order or solids which are the same

Units
• Solve simple number puz- • Select appropriate metric unit Shape symbols • Complete a two way table
or solids which are the same integers including negatives of magnitude of mass, length, or similar ( the terms “congru-
Units

zles expressed using words or to measure a quantity (mL, L, • Complete a basic table • Solve complex number puzzle • Interpret a range of common
or similar ( the terms “congru- • Rounding to given decimal area, volume (capacity) or time ence”, “similarity” not needed)
symbols cm, m, km etc) • Read a column graph (bar expressed in words graphs, charts and statistical
ence”, “similarity” not needed) places • Convert between standard • Names of basic solids and
• Names of basic solids and chart) decimal units their basic features diagrams
• Read a basic table • Interpret pie charts
Arithmetic

their basic features


• The four operations ( +, –, ×, ÷ ) • Read a two way table • Identify correctly drawn pie

Data
• The four operations ( +, –, ×, ÷ )

Data
with positive whole numbers • Read a picture graph (picto- with positive whole numbers charts
gram) • The four operations with deci • Find modes from simple cat-
• Read scales of integer inter- • Read a range of common • Calculate internal angles of a egorical data
mals

Measurement
vals As with Year 6 and also triangle
Measurement

Arithmetic
graphs and charts (eg line, tally • Obtain likelihoods from data

Geometry
• Squaring numbers

Algebra
Geometry

• Read analog and digital clocks • Calculate areas of rectangles • Calculate internal angles of a
Algebra

etc) • The four operations with per- • Not tested at this level • Find medians
• Not tested at this level • Make sensible estimate of • Not tested at this level • Calculate areas of shapes quadrilateral • Find means
centages
number visually based on rectangles • Calculate angle sums based • Make estimates of future or
• The four operations with nega-
• Calculate perimeters of poly- on 90, 180 and 360 degrees unknown values from data sets
tives
gons, given all lengths of sides
• Converting between fractions,
decimals and percentages

Paper B (Year 4) (Calculators are not permitted) Paper F (Year 8) (Calculators are permitted)

Number and Arithmetic Algebra and Patterns Measures and Units Space and Geometry Chance and Data Number and Arithmetic Algebra and Patterns Measures and Units Space and Geometry Chance and Data
• Identify relative position on a • Simple estimates of probability
• Measure and compare mass- picture or map • Using factors and multiples of • Common number patterns
in words
es, lengths, areas, volumes • Identify figures with reflection whole numbers such as square numbers
• Order events on rough likeli-
(and capacities) symmetry • Ordering and comparing all • Completing number patterns
hoods
• Measure and compare time in • Identify nets, plans and eleva- integers including negatives where the rule is not given As with Year 7 and also:

Measures
• Find possible arrangements of
Measures

Patterns

Chance
Patterns

• Counting objects

Space
• Ordering and comparing • Choose correct description in • Use simple bearings
Space

days, months and years tions of 3D figures and vice versa As with Year 7 sets of objects and events
• Ordering and comparing posi- • Simple number patterns decimals words of a number pattern • Plot and identify co-ordinates
• Recognise half and quarter • Identify and continue a pattern • Find numerical probabilities
Number
tive whole numbers turns of shapes • Ordering and comparing frac- • Identify an expression for a in all 4 quadrants
• Simple estimates of probability based on equally likely out-
• Using place Value • Identify angles of the same • Reflect a shape about a given tions number pattern (linear)
in words comes
• Ordering and comparing • Complete a number pattern
Number

Chance

size axis (simple) • Order events on rough likeli- • Using prime numbers • Find numerical probabilities
quarters, halves, tenths and • Order angles • Rotate a shape about a vertex • Rounding to nearest whole (linear) rule given in words
hoods based on relative frequencies
hundredths of the shape or its centre number
• Find possible arrangements of
• Odd and Even Numbers • Rounding to given decimal
• Names of basic shapes and sets of objects and events As with Year 7 and also:
• Using factors and multiples of places

Shape
Units
whole numbers (without using their basic features As with Year 7 • Symmetry problems using
• Solve complex number puzzle
Pre-algebra

the words “factor” or “multiple”) • Identify by looking shapes solids


• Solve simple number puz- • Select appropriate metric unit expressed in words
Shape

or solids which are the same


Units

zles expressed using words or to measure a quantity (mL, L, • Solve a linear equation with
or similar ( the terms “congru-
symbols cm, m, km etc) • Squaring numbers one unknown
ence”, “similarity” not needed)
• Names of basic solids and • The four operations with per- • Given a variety of constraints
on x choose a possible value As with Year 7 and also
their basic features centages • Calculate internal angles of a
• Collect terms in an expression • Estimate angles ±20 degrees
• The four operations with deci- triangle
• Read scales of integer intervals • Choose a correct expression or less
mals • Calculate internal angles of a
Algebra

• Read analog and digital clocks • Complete a basic table • Calculate perimeters of

Data
• the four operations with nega- of a relation given in words quadrilateral As with Year 7

Measurement
• Make sensible estimate of • Read a column graph (bar rectangles or shapes based
Arithmetic

Geometry
tives • Change the subject of a • Calculate angle sums based
number visually chart) on rectangles (not all lengths
formula
Measurement

• Read a basic table • Converting between fractions, on 90, 180 and 360 degrees
• Calculate perimeters of poly- given)
Arithmetic

Geometry

decimals and percentages • Substitute values into an • Identify angle categories:


Algebra

• The four operations ( +, –, ×, ÷ ) gons, given all lengths of sides • Read a two way table • Calculate circumferences and
Data

• Not tested at this level • Not tested at this level • Four operations with fractions expression acute, obtuse and reflex
with positive whole numbers • Read scales that have integer • Read a picture graph (picto- areas of circles
• Square roots • Identify plots of values of a • Solve simple angle problems
intervals with gaps gram) • Calculate volumes of shapes
• Indices and powers function on a graph with line crossing 2 parallel
• Use time measurement, be fa- • Read a range of common based on rectangular prisms
• Proportions stated using com- • Identify an algebraic formula lines
miliar with its unusual features graphs and charts (eg line, tally • Find surface areas of prisms
binations of fractions, decimals, (linear) derived from a situation
(time is not measured in simple etc)
decimal units) percentages, ratios
Paper C (Year 5) (Calculators are not permitted) Paper G & H (Year 9 and 10) (Calculators are permitted)

Number and Arithmetic Algebra and Patterns Measures and Units Space and Geometry Chance and Data Number and Arithmetic Algebra and Patterns Measures and Units Space and Geometry Chance and Data

• Ordering and comparing posi- • Using factors and multiples of • Simple estimates of probability
• Common number patterns
tive whole numbers • Identify relative position on a whole numbers in words
such as square numbers
• Using place Value picture or map • Ordering and comparing all • Order events on rough likeli-
• Completing number patterns
• Ordering and comparing • Identify figures with reflection integers including negatives As with Year 8 and also: hoods
where the rule is not given

Measures
• Ordering and comparing • Solve bearing problems • Find possible arrangements of

Patterns
quarters, halves, tenths and • Measure and compare mass- symmetry

Chance
Space
• Simple estimates of probability • Choose correct description in
hundredths es, lengths, areas, volumes • Identify nets, plans and eleva- decimals As with Year 8 • Use co-ordinates to transform sets of objects and events
in words words of a number pattern
• Ordering and comparing frac-

Measures
• Odd and Even Numbers (and capacities) tions of 3D figures and vice more complex shapes & iden- • Find numerical probabilities

Patterns
Number

Chance
• Identify an expression for a

Number
Space
• Order events on rough likeli- tions tify final coordinates based on equally likely out-
• Using factors and multiples of • Simple number patterns • Measure and compare time in versa number pattern (linear)
hoods • Using prime numbers comes
whole numbers (without using days, months and years • Identify and continue a pattern • Complete a number pattern
• Find possible arrangements of • Rounding to nearest whole • Find numerical probabilities
the words “factor” or “multiple”) • Recognise half and quarter of shapes (linear) rule given in words
sets of objects and events number based on relative frequencies
• Ordering and comparing turns • Reflect a shape about a given
decimals axis (simple) • Rounding to given decimal
• Using prime numbers • Rotate a shape about a vertex places

Shape
• Rounding to given significant

Units
• Rounding to nearest whole of the shape or its centre As with Year 8 As with Year 8
number figures

• Names of basic shapes and


• Select appropriate metric unit their basic features • Squaring numbers As with Year 8 and also
• Solve simple number puz- • The four operations with per- • Given a simple inequalitiy
Pre-algebra

to measure a quantity (mL, L, • Identify by looking shapes As with Year 8 and also • Calculate internal angles of a
zles expressed using words or • Complete a basic table centages choose a possible value for x

Shape
cm, m, km etc) or solids which are the same

Units
symbols • Calculate areas and perim- triangle
• Choose appropriate order or similar ( the terms “congru- • Read a column graph (bar • The four operations with deci- • Solve simultaneous equation
• Solve complex number puzzle eters of polygons • Calculate internal angles of a
of magnitude of mass, length, ence”, “similarity” not needed) chart) mals with two unknowns As with Year 8 and also
• Calculate parts of circumfer- quadrilateral

Algebra
• The four operations ( +, –, ×, ÷ ) expressed in words • Read a basic table • The four operations with nega- • Identify a linear graph from • Calculate range
Arithmetic

Data
area, volume (capacity) or time • Names of basic solids and ences and areas of circles • Calculate angle sums based
with positive whole numbers • Read a two way table tives function with marked axes • Use (and choose) averages to

Measurement
Data
their basic features • Calculate areas and perim- on 90, 180 and 360 degrees

Arithmetic

Geometry
• The four operations ( +, –, ×, ÷ ) • Read a picture graph (picto- • Converting between fractions, • Solve simultaneous linear compare sets of simple data
eters of triangles • Identify angle categories:
with decimals gram) decimals and percentages equation from graph
As with Year 4 and also: • Use congruence or similarity acute, obtuse and reflex
• Read a range of common • Four operations with fractions

Measurement
• Read scales of decimal inter- • Identify sketch of linear graph
to calculate measures • Solve simple angle problems

Geometry
graphs and charts (eg line, tally • Square roots from function without marked
Algebra

vals with gaps • Find volumes of prisms and with line crossing 2 parallel
• Not tested at this level • Not tested at this level etc) • Indices and powers axes
• Read scales of decimal inter- cylinders lines
• Proportions stated using com-
vals • Find missing lengths of right • Solve angle problems with
binations of fractions, decimals,
• Estimate areas using a grid angled triangles using Pythago- polygons (not triangles or
percentages, ratios
ras rectangles)
• Operations with scientific nota-
tion (standard form)

Paper D (Year 6) (Calculators are not permitted) Paper I & J (Year 11 and 12) (Calculators are permitted)

Number and Arithmetic Algebra and Patterns Measures and Units Space and Geometry Chance and Data Number and Arithmetic Algebra and Patterns Measures and Units Space and Geometry Chance and Data
• Ordering and comparing posi- • Using factors and multiples of
• Common number patterns
tive whole numbers whole numbers
such as square numbers
• Using place Value • Identify relative position on a • Ordering and comparing all As with Year 9 and also
• Completing number patterns
• Ordering and comparing picture or map integers including negatives • Find probabilities of independ-
where the rule is not given

Measures
• Ordering and comparing ent compound events

Patterns
quarters, halves, tenths and • Identify figures with reflection

Chance
Space
• Choose correct description in
hundredths • Measure and compare mass- symmetry decimals As with Year 9 As with Year 9 • Find probabilities of depend-
• Simple estimates of probability words of a number pattern
• Odd and Even Numbers • Simple number patterns es, lengths, areas, volumes • Identify nets, plans and eleva- • Ordering and comparing frac- ent compound events
in words • Identify an expression for a

Number
Measures

• Using factors and multiples of • Common number patterns (and capacities) tions of 3D figures and vice tions • Listing possible outcomes of
Patterns
Number

Chance
number pattern
Space

• Order events on rough likeli- • Using prime numbers simple compound events
whole numbers (without using such as square numbers • Measure and compare time in versa • Complete a number pattern
hoods • Rounding to nearest whole
the words “factor” or “multiple”) • Choose correct description in days, months and years • Identify and continue a pattern rule given in words
• Find possible arrangements of number
• Ordering and comparing words of a number pattern • Recognise half and quarter of shapes
sets of objects and events • Rounding to given decimal
decimals turns • Reflect a shape about a given
• Using prime numbers axis (simple) places

Shape
Units
• Rounding to nearest whole • Rotate a shape about a vertex • Rounding to given significant As with Year 9 As with Year 9
number of the shape or its centre figures As with Year 9 and also
• Ordering and comparing frac-- • Complex inequality problems
tions • Solve a quadratic equation As with Year 9 and also
• Squaring numbers
• Select appropriate metric unit • Names of basic shapes and with one unknown • Group continuous data
• The four operations with per-
to measure a quantity (mL, L, their basic features • Solve an inequality (linear) As with Year 8 and also • Calculate internal angles of a • Find estimates of median and
• Solve simple number puz- centages
giving a simple range for x • Calculate areas and perim- triangle or mean for grouped data
Pre-algebra

cm, m, km etc) • Identify by looking shapes • Complete a basic table • The four operations with deci-
zles expressed using words or • Identify plots of values of a eters of polygons • Calculate internal angles of a • Find modal class of group
Shape

• Choose appropriate order or solids which are the same mals


Units

symbols • Read a column graph (bar function (quadratic) • Calculate parts of circumfer- quadrilateral data

Algebra
of magnitude of mass, length, or similar ( the terms “congru- chart) • The four operations with nega-

Data
• The four operations ( +, –, ×, ÷ ) • Solve complex number puzzle • Identify the graph of a given ences and areas of circles • Calculate angle sums based • Use averages and ranges to
area, volume (capacity) or time ence”, “similarity” not needed) tives

Measurement
expressed in words • Read a basic table
Arithmetic

with positive whole numbers quadratic function with marked • Calculate areas and perim- on 90, 180 and 360 degrees compare sets of data

Arithmetic

Geometry
• Convert between standard • Names of basic solids and • Read a two way table • Converting between fractions,
Data

• The four operations ( +, –, ×, ÷ ) axes eters of triangles • Identify angle categories: • Identify relationships from
decimal units their basic features • Read a picture graph (picto- decimals and percentages
with decimals • Identify the graph of a • Use congruence or similarity acute, obtuse and reflex scatter graph
gram) • Four operations with fractions
• Squaring numbers quadratic function as a graph to calculate measures • Solve simple angle problems • Extrapolate and interpolate
• Square roots
Measurement

• Read a range of common without marked axes • Find volumes of prisms and with line crossing 2 parallel from graphical data (technical
Geometry

graphs and charts (eg line, tally • Indices and powers


Algebra

• Identify an algebraic for- cylinders lines terms not needed)


• Not tested at this level As with Year 5 • Not tested at this level etc) • Proportions stated using com-
mula (quadratic) derived from • Find missing lengths of right • Solve angle problems with
binations of fractions, decimals,
a context angled triangles using Pythago- polygons (not triangles or
percentages, ratios
ras rectangles)
• Operations with scientific nota-
tion (standard form)

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