Why does each Cambridge Primary Checkpoint test have two papers?

Two papers are set for each subject in order to divide up the time a candidate needs to be in a formal examination situation. In the case of Science the two papers are equal in terms of demand on candidates. In English papers are staged, with Paper 1 containing lower level questions. In Mathematics papers are divided into calculator and non-calculator.

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