WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW:
- How to read data from a line graph.
- How to interpret multiple data sets presented on the same line graph.
- How to interpret single points occurring alongside a line on a line graph.
1. SAMPLE ON-SCREEN QUESTION (CALCULATOR)
A school tracks the percentage of students getting an A*-C grade at GCSE in maths, English and science over a five-year period.
Indicate all true statements:
- Each year there was a lower percentage of students that got A*-C in science than in English or maths.
- In 2015, the number of students getting A*-C was less than in 2014 for all three subjects.
- None of the subjects showed a trend of continual increase.
True, False, False
The ‘Guide to the QTS Numeracy Skills Test’ book contains a full chapter on line graphs, including step-by-step explanations and demonstrations of all the skills that you need to know, and a practice exercise on the topic with 20 questions.
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If you are still struggling with this topic, we have created a selection of resources to provide all the help you need.
- QTS Numeracy Revision Book – The Guide to the QTS Skills Tests book devotes a whole chapter to the topic of line graphs, with detailed methods, worked examples and plenty of practice questions for you to have a go at.
- Practice QTS Numeracy Tests – Want to put your skills to the test and see how ready you are? Take a look at our selection of practice papers for the QTS numeracy test.
- QTS Numeracy Revision Cheat Sheets – Our cheat sheets boil down everything you need to know to just the key points on the topic. They are a perfect resource for your last minute revision!
- QTS Numeracy Coaching – Coaching is the ultimate in personalised support. Book your one-on-one Skype video calls where you can work through the issues that you struggle with at a pace that suits you.