Can You Pass This Maths SAT Test For 6-Year-Olds?
Parents are taking their kids out of schools because they say the test is too stressful. Can you pass it?
This week, parents in the UK have been taking their kids out of school in protest at the tests 6- and 10-year-olds have to do.
They say that the tests are too stressful, and that children should be allowed to be children.
But how difficult are they? These are the questions from the 2015 Key Stage 1 maths SAT – sat by children who are 6 or 7 years old.
Don't use a calculator, obviously. (The quiz lets you have multiple guesses at the same answer. But remember, if you do that, you're only cheating yourself.)
Parents took their children out of school because they felt the SAT exam environment was too stressful. An earlier version of this piece said they did so because the exams were too hard.