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JSU Fizik Trial Kedah

JSU Fizik Trial Kedah

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Test Specification TableType of Test : MCQNo of Items : 40 questions
ContentCognitive LevelTotalKCAA15 topic (100%)40%30%20%10%No of question16 (100%)12 (100%)8 (100%)4 (100%)1.The meaning and application of norms20%3 Q2 Q2 Q 1 Q8a. Measures of central tendency111b. Measures of variability111c. Standard scores112. Test validity20%3 Q2 Q2 Q 1 Q8a. Content validity111b. Criterion related validity111c. construct validity113. Test reliability27%4 Q3 Q2 Q 1 Q10a. Errors and measurement and reliability111b. Methods for determining reliability111c. KR 20 and KR 212114. Principles and methods of classroom 13%2 Q2 Q1 Q1 Q6test constructiona. Objective types111b. Subjective types1115. Criteria for evaluating items,tests and 20%3 Q2 Q2 Q 1 Q8measurementsa. Difficulty11b. Evaluating items111c. Item bank111Total of topic distribution100%Total of questions15 Q11 Q9 Q5 Q40
 
TEST SPECIFICATION TABLEType of Test: MCQNo of Items : 40Content (10 Topics)
Congnitive LevelTotal
CHAPTER 1 : INTRODUCTION TO PHYSICS1203
1.1 Understanding Physics11.3 Understanding scalar and vector quantities1.4 Understanding measurements11.5 Analysing scientific investigations1
CHAPTER 2 : FORCES AND MOTION
34182.1 Analysing linear motion12.2 Analysing motion graphs12.3 Understanding inertia2.4 Analysing momentum12.5 Understanding the effects of a force12.6 Analysing impulse and impulsive force12.8 Understanding gravity2.9 Analysing forces in equilibrium112.12 Understang elasticity1
CHAPTER 3 : FORCES AND PRESSURE
24173.1 Understanding pressure3.2 Understanding pressure in liquids1123.4 Applying Pascal's principle13.5 Applying Archimedes' principle13.6 Understanding Bernoulli's principle1
CHAPTER 4 : HEAT
12144.1 Understanding thermal equilibrium14.2 Understanding specific heat capacity114.3 Understanding specific latent heat4.4 Understanding the gas laws1
CHAPTER 5 : LIGHT
22155.1 Understanding reflection of light15.2 Understanding refraction of light1Low Level(Knowledge)Medium Level(Comprehension)High Level(Application)1.2 Understanding base quantities and derived2.7 Being aware of the need for safety features in2.10 Understanding work,energy, power andefficiency2.11 Appreciating the importance of maximisingthe efficiency of devices3.3 Undestanding gas pressure and atmosfericpressure
 
5.3 Understanding total internal reflection of light15.4 Understanding lenses11
CHAPTER 6 : WAVES2406
1.1 Understanding waves11.2 Analysing reflection of waves1.3 Analysing refraction of waves11.4 Analysing diffraction of waves11.5 Analysing interferencs of waves11.6 Analysing sound waves11.7 Analysing electromagnetic waves1
CHAPTER 7 : ELECTRICITY1214
2.1 Analysing electric fields and charge flow12.3 Analysing series and parallel circuits112.5 Analysing electrical energy and power 1
CHAPTER 8 : ELECTROMAGNETISM0314
113.3 Analysing electromagnetic induction13.4 Analysing transformers1
CHAPTER 9 : ELECTRONICS0235
14.2 Understanding semiconductor diodes14.3 Understanding transistors14.4 Analysing logic gates2
CHAPTER 10 : RADIOACTIVITY1304
5.1 Understanding the nucleus of an atom15.2 Analysing radioactive decay15.3 Understanding the uses of radioisotopes15.4 Understanding nuclear energy1All Total502.2 Analysing the relationship between electriccurrent and potential difference2.4 Analysing electromotive force and internalresistance3.1 Analysing the magnetic effect of a current-carrying conductor 3.2 Understanding the force on a current-carryingconductor in a magnetic field3.5 Understanding the generation andtransmission of electricity4.1 Understanding the use of the Cathode RayOscilloscope (CRO)5.5 Realising the importance of proper management of radioactive substances

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