An essential KS2 SATs Maths revision and assessment tool for parents and teachers.
With over 600 SATs-type questions, children in Year 6 can take a test in many mathematics topics: algebra, ratio, statistics, numbers and place value, calculations, problem solving as well as geometry, measurement and calculations - or a mix of each.
Each test is random and easily customisable - with a summary at the end which gives age-related standardised score - which indicates how your child compares with the national average of 100.
Find those areas of strength & areas for development.
Equip your child/pupil today and help them to succeed. Answers are given for each test. Each test result is recorded and put into a helpful colour-coded graph accessible from the menu screen. The ten most recent tests for each of the test types, are saved.
New look for the whole app.
New questions for the 2014 curriculum.
Answers are given at the end of every test.
Clicked on the wrong test type? No problem. Simply click back and choose again.
Standardised Scores now given at the end of each test and in graphs of results.
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Poor value for money
Wide range of questions but no flexibility in how to select question difficulty/level. If you select a question area by mistake you cannot deselect and return to the menu. Although it does show you which questions you got wrong, it does not show the correct answer. I also found mistakes in the marking. Not worth the money. There are better apps out there.
Good effort, could do better
SATS are coming up so purchased this as my son loves his maths and likes a challenge. Whilst it's a relatively good way of 'brain training' he was ground to a halt on two or three occasions and just couldn't get his head round the answer... Having viewed the multiple choices on offer, on each of the occasions they were brought to my attention, the choices did not relate to the question or there was a digit missing. It's ABSOLUTELY imperative that the answers are correct, checked and triple checked before publishing the app. Imagine the slating a TV game show would get for broadcasting an incorrect answer - it's credibility would be lost, unfortunately that has happened here. I can see the app has already been updated once for answer modification so there must be a need to get everything checked again. Possibly rushed out? I'm not sure. Developer; Use your time sensibly, don't rush against the clock, and double check your answers if you have time at the end... :)
What a strange app
The concept of the app is good, especially as it offers an approximate level for the children once they have completed the questions in each section. However, after a very brief practice with the app, I discovered two questions that couldn't be answered: none of the multiple choice answers matched the question being asked. Beyond this, it has no value as an app to promote LEARNING as it gives the children no indication whether they have answered a question correctly or not. It does not identify incorrectly answered questions, giving the children a chance to retake them or even show what the correct answers were so that the children could improve their understanding. This COULD BE a very useful app. At present it is a waste of £2.99.
Up to six family members will be able to use this app with Family Sharing enabled.