Practicle’s contents are closely aligned to the Ministry of Education (MOE) PSLE Math Syllabus 2020. You’ll find all the questions in our Primary 6 (P6) database tagged according to the topics and skills that a Primary 6 student is required to know in Singapore.

For the PSLE Math Syllabus, you’ll see a good part of the Primary 5 Math Syllabus being included as well. This is similar to the topics covered in the PSLE Math Paper.

Here’s a list of all the topics and skills that you can expect to find in our system.

### Overview of the 2020 Primary 6 PSLE Math Syllabus

The 2020 Primary 6 PSLE Math Syllabus can be divided into 3 main branches – Number and Algebra, Measurement and Geometry and finally, Statistics.

### Numbers and Algebra

The Primary 6 (P6) topics that are covered under Number and Algebra are Algebra, Whole Number, Fraction, Decimal, Percentage, Ratio and Speed, Rate and Time.

Although the topics on Whole Number and Decimal do not appear as a topic in the P6 textbook, these topics (denoted by *) are still crucial as they takes up a huge portion in the PSLE Exam. Refer below for the breakdown of the skills in each Topic.

**DECIMALS**

**PERCENTAGES**

**RATIO**

**SPEED**

### Measurement and Geometry

The Primary 6 (P6) topics that are covered under Measurement and Geometry are Area and Perimeter, Volume, Angles, Shapes and Properties, 2D/3D Representation and Nets. Refer to the following for the breakdown of the skills in each Topic.

**CIRCLES**

**VOLUME**

**ANGLES**

**2D/3D SHAPES**

### Statistics

The Primary 6 (P6) topics that are covered under Statistics include Average and Data Analysis.

Although the students do not have the topic on Average (denoted by *) in their P6 textbook, it will still be tested at the PSLE level.

Refer below for the breakdown of the skills in each Topic.

**AVERAGE**

**DATA ANALYSIS**

### Why is knowing the PSLE Math Syllabus 2020 important?

Preparing for PSLE means knowing exactly what topics and skills you need to have in order to meet the challenges ahead.

As a parent, understanding the PSLE Mathematics Syllabus helps you gain a better sense of what is required of your child in school. Use this as a guide to help you plan your child’s revision.

If you need a deeper analysis of your child’s strengths and weaknesses, see how Practicle can help your child.