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2012 Primary 3 Maths Exam Papers Singapore

2012 Exam Papers Primary 3 — Maths

File Size: 19.9 MB
Total Number of Pages: 617 
Number of Exam Papers: 29

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ACS Primary School

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 SA2

Ai Tong Primary School

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 SA1

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 SA2

Catholic High Primary School

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 SA1

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 SA2

CHIJ St Nicholas Primary School

 CA1

 SA1

 CA2

 SA2

Henry Park Primary School

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 SA1

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 SA2

Madha Bodhi Primary School

 CA1

 SA1

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 SA2

MGS Primary School

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 SA1

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 SA2

Nan Hua Primary School

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 SA1

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 SA2

Nanyang Primary School

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 SA1

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 SA2

Raffles Girls’ Primary School

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 SA1

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 SA2

Rosyth Primary School

 CA1

 SA1

 CA2

 SA2

Tao Nan Primary School

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 SA1

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 SA2

Description

2012 Primary 3 Maths Exam Papers are contains exam papers from 12 of the top primary schools in Singapore in 2012. The Maths exam papers consists of 617 pages, 29 papers and optimised for printing*. All papers comes with full model answers suggested by teachers who set the test papers. The Exam paper for 2012 P3 Maths Exam Paper typically contains all/some of the sections below

  1. Section A – Multiple-Choice Questions (MCQ) (20 x 2 Marks)
  2. Section B – Open-ended Questions (20 x 2 Marks)
  3. Section C – Story Sums (5 x 4 Marks)

The 2012 P3 Maths Exam Papers comes from both Continuous assessments (CA1 & CA2), common tests and Semester Assessments (SA1 & SA2). The structure of the exam papers are similar in all of the schools and aim to test on the student’s ability to understand the question and work out the solution using an appropriate method. The total marks for most of the exam papers is 100 marks. The Maths syllabus for primary 3 covers the following topics set by MOE:

Whole Numbers

  • Numbers up to 10 000
  • Addition and subtraction
  • Multiplication and division
  • Mental calculation

Fractions

  • Equivalent fractions
  • Addition and subtraction

Measurement

  • Length, mass and volume
  • Time
  • Money
  • Area and perimeter

Geometry

  • Perpendicular and  parallel lines
  • Angles

Data Analysis

  • Bar graphs

*(Words/diagrams in few pages appear unaligned despite our best efforts to optimise pages for printing)

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Sample Questions from 2012 P3 Maths Exam papers

Question 1Question 2Question 3Question 4
Q.  Cerys had 130 $2 and $5 notes in her savings box. She exchanged all the $2  notes for $5 notes. If all her $2-notes add up to $100, how many $5-notes did Cerys have in her savings box in the end?

A:
160 / 5 = 32
32 + S0 = 82
Cerys had 82 $S notes in her savings box in the end.

Q: Nick said, “If I put on another 2 kg, my mass. will be the same as Tim’s” Tim added, “I will be as heavy as Mayu if I lose 6 kg.” If the lightest child has a mass of 46kg, what is the mass of the 3 children

A:
$248 – $ 135.50 = $112.50
$135.50 – 112.50 = $23.00
Romeo spe nt $23.00 more than Jerald .

Q:  Rachel had some 50-cent coins and Rina had some 20-cent coins. When Rachel gave 10 of her coins to Rina; both of them had an equal number of coins, if they had 56 coins altogether, how much money did Rachel have before she gave Rina her coins?

A:
56 + 2 = 28
28 + 10 = 38
38 x 50 = $19 .
Rachel had $19- before she gave Rina her coins

Q:  An MRT train had some passengers when it left Ang Mo Kio Station. After 17 passengers alighted from the train at Bishan Station and another 143 passengers boarded the train, there were 168 passengers now. How many passengers did the train carry when it left Ang Mo Kio Station?

A:
168 – 143 = 25
25 + 17 = 42
The train carried 42 passengers.

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