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Times-Physics P3-Trial SPM 2007

Times-Physics P3-Trial SPM 2007

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Format of Physics PaperSPM Level
PHYSICS 
ITEMPAPER 1 (4531/1)PAPER 2 (4531/2)PAPER 3 (4531/3)
 Type of Instrument Objective TestSubjective TestSubjective Test(Written practical test) Type of Items Multiple Choice Questions(MCQ)(Each item has three, four choices of answers)Subjective ItemsStructured ItemRestricted Response Itemsand Extended ResponseItemStructured ItemExtended Response Item Number of Questions50 (Answer all)12 Questions
Section A
8 questions (Answer 
all
)
Section B
2 questions (Answer 
one
only)
Section C
2 questions (Answer 
one
only)4 Questions
Section A
2 questions (Answer 
all
)
Section B
2 questions (Answer 
one
 only)Total Marks50 Marks 100 Marks
Section A – 
60 Marks
 Section B – 
20 Marks
Section C -
20 Marks40 Marks
Section A – 
28 Marks
 Section B
 – 12 MarksDuration of Test1 Hour 15 Minutes 2 Hour 30 Minutes1 Hour 30 MinutesContext CoverageCovers All Learning Areasfrom Form 4 and Form 5Covers All Learning Areas fromForm 4 and Form 5Covers All Learning Areasfrom Form 4 and Form 5Construct RequirementsKnowledge:25% - 30%Understanding:35% - 45%Application Skills:30% - 35%Knowledge:10% - 15%Understanding:15% - 20%Application Skills:20% - 32%Problem Solving:20% - 25%Conceptualising:15% - 20%Decision Making:15% - 20%Problem Solving:100%
Difculty Levels
Low - LModerate - MHigh - HL : 5M: 3H : 2L : 4M: 3H : 3L : 5M: 3H : 2
 
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Analysis of Physics PaperSPM Level
TOPICSPAPER 1PAPER 2PAPER 3YEARYEARYEA2004 2005 20062004 2005 20062004 2005 2006Introduction to Physic7 2 31 1 21 1 1Forces and Motion9 2 77 2 71 0 1Forces and Pressure7 2 92 2 20 0 0Heat6 5 42 1 10 2 0Light1 5 51 1 10 0 0Waves3 7 71 1 11 0 0Electric and electromagnetic9 8 91 3 1 1 1 2Electraonics3 4 31 1 10 0 0Radioactivity5 3 31 1 10 0 0
 
 
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Which of the following is not an SI base quantity?A. Mass C. LengthB. Weight D. TimeWhich of the following lists of physical quantitiesconsists only of vectors?A. time, mass, velocityB. mass, velocity, accelerationC. force, acceleration, volumeD. velocity, acceleration, force.The diagram below shows the scale of a micrometer screw gauge.What is the reading shown?A. 2.04 mm D. 2.40 mmB. 2.05 mm E. 2.60 mmC. 2.06 mmThe diagram below shows the measurement of thediameter of a ball bearing using a pair of vernier callipers.What is the diameter of the ball bearing?A. 3.47 cm D. 3.70 cmB. 3.51 cm E. 4.57 cmC. 3.67 cmThe density of lead is 11.3 g cm
-3
at room temperature.What is its value in SI unit?A. 1.13 x 10
-5
kg m
-3
D. 1.13 x 10
4
kg m
-3
B. 1.13 x 10
-3
kg m
-3
E. 1.13 x 10
7
kg m
-3
C. 0.0113 kg m
-3
1.2.3.4.5.
PHYSICS 
PAPER 1ONE HOUR FIFTEEN MINUTES
CONTOH KERTAS SOALAN
6.7.8.9.10.
 Each question is followed by either 
three, four 
or 
  fve
options.Choose the best option for each question.
 Answer all questions.
In which of the following sets are the prexes arranged in
ascending order?A. nano, mega, milli, kiloB. mega, kilo, nano, milliC. nano, milli, kilo, megaD. kilo, milli, mega, nanoThe graph below shows the relationship between
 P 
and
.The equation of the graph isA. P = b/a T + a C. P = -b/a T + aB. P = b/a T + b D. P = -b/a T + bA student needs to measure the internal diameter of a testtube as accurately as possible. Which instrument should be used? A. Metre ruler C. Vernier callipersB. Measuring tape D. Micrometer screw gaugeA coin is put on a card and placed on top of a glass, as
shown in the diagram below. When the card is ickedaway with the nger, the coin drops neatly into the glass.
Which property of the coin makes this possible?A. Thickness C. InertiaB. Volume D. Density
The momentum of the bullet red from a gun is large
 because of A. its massB. its velocityC. its mass as well as its velocity
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