The ACER Certificate in Mathematics level 1 is appropriate for Years 3 and 4 students performing at an aboveaverage achievement level and for Years 5 and 6 students performing at an average achievement level.
Students who achieve the ACER Certificate in Mathematics Level 1 demonstrate skills to:
Number and algebra  


Example test questionsSample questionSkill illustration videosOdd and even numbers 
Measurement and geometry  

Example test questionsSample questionSkill illustration videosReading a scale: using a measuring jug 
Statistics and probability  

Example test questionsSample questionSkill illustration videosTossing a coin 
The ACER Certificate in Mathematics level 2 is appropriate for Years 5 and 6 students performing at an aboveaverage achievement level and for Years 7 and 8 students performing at an average achievement level.
Students who achieve the ACER Certificate in Mathematics Level 2 demonstrate skills to:
Number and algebra  


Example test questionsSample questionSkill illustration videosOrdering fractions: creating a number line 
Measurement and geometry  

Example test questionsSample questionSkill illustration videosDifference between perimeter and area 
Statistics and probability  

Example test questionsSample questionSkill illustration videosRolling a dice  the possibilities 
The ACER Certificate in Mathematics level 3 is appropriate for Years 7 and 8 students performing at an aboveaverage achievement level.
Students who achieve the ACER Certificate in Mathematics Level 3 demonstrate skills to:
Number and algebra  


Example test questionsSample questionSkill illustration videosFeatures of numbers 
Measurement and geometry  

Example test questionsSample questionSkill illustration videosArea of a triangle 
Statistics and probability  

Example test questionsSample questionSkill illustration videosDescribing chance: Using a pack of cards 