The countdown to the May/June GCSE has begun.

Are you all set to tackle some of these intractable questions?

Here’s one on simultaneous equations!

Click **HERE** for the PDF copy.

The countdown to the May/June GCSE has begun.

Are you all set to tackle some of these intractable questions?

Here’s one on simultaneous equations!

Click **HERE** for the PDF copy.

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It seems that the previous entry on **The Fake Coin** has been very well received! I hope that one has managed to tickle a little of your brain juices, because the next one is not as easy! ðŸ˜ˆ

Are your brain arteries and nerves and matter all fired up for The 4 Litre Challenge?

Solution:

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One of the few penchants ofÂ ‘elite’ schools in the UK is their tendencies to set questions that are similar to maths riddles which test on the analytical and inductive abilities of young children.

In preparation of that, here is one riddle to tickle your brain juices.

Did you manage to solve it? ðŸ˜€

Solution:

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Thank you all for your support so far! I hope you have found my website useful and my free service helpful. To commemorate my 11th post, here is the first revision pack for all the previous questions and solutions combined. Feel free to use it as a resource for your child’s revision. Remember to keep your questions coming and share this website if Â you think it might help someone else! Have a great week ahead! ðŸ™‚

ClickÂ **HERE**Â for the revision pack!

Just got a question from a parent regarding a question from a St Paul’s Girls’ School paper.

This is not a straightforward question as it requires your child to understand that there are different approaches to dealing with questions such as these, one of which is by working backwards to obtain the answer!

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Got a question from a parent who asked me how to teach her child to answerÂ questions regarding time.

Here it is! ðŸ˜‰

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As the title states: not another number sequence question again! ðŸ˜¥

Did you manage to solve it?

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Got an urgent request by an anxious parent to write the solution for this question so here it is!

This question is not easy for children to comprehend so the most effective way is to use the **Singapore Model Method** for easy and clear visualisation.

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Are you really good at number sequences?

Now let’s see you solve this! ðŸ˜›

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Not many people can get this one!

The answer is 511108.

Did you manage to get it? ðŸ™‚