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CBSE Class 5 Maths Test Papers, Unit Tests and Periodic Assessment Exams
Maths Test Papers for Class 5 are the collection of past unit test papers and periodic assessment class test papers which helps students to prepare for upcoming monthly quarterly half yearly and annual exams. Here on Ribblu one can get a lot of Test Papers for Class 5 Maths in PDF format for free.
- The Fish Tail: Problems based on speed distance time, number and number names, large number up to 1 crore, introducing concept of buying, selling and loan
- Parts and Wholes: Fraction, equivalent fraction, dividing different shapes and things into fraction, shading a part of whole and make fraction, patterns in parts, Ramu's vegetable fields, part to whole, conversion of time and money into fractions
- Does it look the same?: Making patterns with a drop of colour and paper folding, line of symmetry objects in the mirror, half rotation, one fourth rotation, one third rotation, one sixth rotation
- Can you see the Pattern?: Patterns from our daily life, turns and patterns, look for a pattern, magic square, magical hexagon, pattern in number series, calendar magic, puzzles and word problems related to number series
- Mapping your Way: Know about map of Delhi, distance between two points on the map, scale reading in maps, hexagons in map and angles made in between, journey of Red Fort: understanding of directions, scaling of images; big and small, map of India and its States, map of school and classroom
- Shapes and Angles: Closed and open shapes, introduction of angles, angles in geometrical shapes, measuring angles with divider, types of angles, angles in alphabets, changing shapes and angles, angles in clock, introduction to protractor D and measuring angles with it
- Be my Multiple, I will be your Factor: Introduction about multiples using tables, finding out the multiples of different number, common multiple, introduction of factors: multiplication chart, common factors, factor tree, LCM and HCF related word problems
- Tenths and Hundredths: Understanding 10th part and representing it in decimal and fraction form, understanding 100th part and representing it in decimal and fraction form, understanding relation between higher and lower units of length, weight and money, conversion of higher unit into lower unit or vice versa, currency of different countries and their value with respect to the Indian currency, temperature ( in degree Celsius)
- How many Squares?: Perimeter and area, use of a square boxes grid to find area, comparison of areas of different objects, area of triangle and comparison of area of different triangle in a grid, complete the shapes, puzzle with 5 squares
- Area and its Boundary: Introduction of area and perimeter, comparison of area of different objects, simple word problems based on area and perimeter, puzzles related to area and perimeter, dividing grid into different areas, objects with different shapes and perimeter can have some area and vice versa, finding side when area/ perimeter is given
- Smart Charts: Use of Tally marks, frequency table, reading of Tally marks, reading of Chapati chart (pie chart) and bar graph, making of bar graph and chapati chart, family tree, reading a graph using growth chart of a plant, solving questions based on bar graph and pie chart
- Ways to Multiply and Divide: Simple multiplication, multiplication by breaking method, daily life problems for multiplication, patterns in multiplication, simple division problems, division by long methods, mental puzzles of multiplication and division, checking answer of division
- Boxes and Sketches: Comparison of 2-D and 3-D figures, 3-D figures with respect to Length, breadth, height, vertices, faces and edges, visualize the net of box to think of how it looks when flattened and also to check which nets do not makeup box, deep drawings to get a sense of the need to represent depth, understanding deep drawings and layout plans, top, front and side view of 3-D figures to understand the dimensions which we can see
- How Big? How Heavy?: Understanding the concept of volume, measuring of volume, unit of volume volume of cube and cuboid, simple word problems related to volume, concept of weight, unit of weight,word problem related to weight
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Why Attempting Past Test Papers are Important for Exam Preparation?
Test papers are mainly class test papers that the subject teacher had prepared in the past for previous students. Thus when students attempt such practice test papers they get to know the framework which the subject teacher is following in making examination papers. Apart from reference books and notes, Test Papers are very effective study materials for exam preparation. When a student tries to attempt previous test papers , it becomes very easy to gauge how well the topics have been understood and what kind of questions are asked in exams related to that chapter.
As they say before facing the main battle one needs to practice on small fights and get expertise and that will make sure the success in the finals. Similarly in order to score high marks in annual exams, it is imperative to attempt previous test papers so that the student identifies and checks whether the understanding of all concepts of the already prepared chapters of any particular subject are complete or not. It highlights the weak areas if any and gives students ample amount of time to revisit the topics and work on those areas and be better prepared before exams.
Periodic Test papers, Weekly tests and Unit Test papers are usually framed on few chapters of the syllabus thus the concentration of questions asked are of good depth thus when a student attempts those papers, it makes sure that no topic or fundamental concept has been skipped by students while studying any chapter.