Which of the following is the best definition of science? A Science is the study of the objects in the universe B Science is the natural phenomena happening around us C Science is the study of nature and its implication on us D Science is the study of nature and its implication on us Which of the following units is not a unit of length? A Mile C Chain B Ounce D Yard what is a cell? A A non-living structure B The basic structure of living things C The tiny structure of a wall D A round structure in the human body Which of the following structure can only be found in a green pant cell? A cell wall B Chloroplast C Vacuole D Cytoplasm


The figure shows a cell. X


What is the function of structure X? A Manufactures food B Controls activities of the cell C Protects cell from physical injuries D Controls the chemical flow into the cell 6. Matter is anything that I has mass II has a definite shape III Occupies space A I and II only B I and III only C II and III only D I, II and III The figure shows the arrangement of particles in substances A, B and C.





A Ice Ice Steam water

B Steam Water Water Steam

C Water Steam Ice Ice


II and III Which of the following represents an element? A 11. The gas particles can be compressed easily because A the particles are closely packed B The particles are very far apart C The particles in solids vibrate about a fixed position D The particles only move in one direction Human beings need food for I supplying energy II repairing damaged tissues III maintaining good health A I and II only B I and III ony C II and III only D I. 10. A B C D X Aluminium Phosphorus Calcium Chlorine Y Copper Bromine Cobalt Zinc 12. The figure shows a method to test gas X. X B What could gas X be? A B C D Oxygen Nitrogen Carbon dioxide Water vapour C D 2 . Elements -Iron -Lead -Y -Carbon -Silicon -X What are X and Y? 9. The figure shows a classification chart of elements.8.

The following describes the characteristic of energy source X. which of the following pairs are not correctly matched? A B C D Form of energy Chemical energy Electrical energy Kinetic energy Potential energy Y Stored in fossil fuels Produced by dry cells Stored in a compressed spring Stored in the water in a dam 3 .03% The following is a word equation representing the combustion of X tp produce Y and Z. X + oxygen Y + X 16. What is the percentage of gas in the air that supports combustion? A 21% C 78% B 35% D 0. Y and Z? X Carbon Carbon Hydrocarbon Hydrocarbon B Carbon dioxide Hydrogen Water Carbon C Water Water Carbon dioxide Carbon dioxide A B C D 15.13. What are X. -It originates from plants and animals -It is burnt to obtain energy Which of the following is not an example of energy source X? A Wood B Paddy husks C Animal faeces D Uranium 14.

The figure shows the heating element placed at the bottom of the kettle? Energy level Kinetic energy Energy level Kinetic energy Water Heating element Kinetic energy Before activity I After activity Based on the figure. which of the following activities have been carried out? I A ceiling fan rotating II a swimmer jumps into the pool III A coconut falls onto the ground A I and II only B I and III only C II and III only D I.17. 20. II and III 18. A bullet is fired 10 m form Earth into the sky. 75m C 150 m D 80m 160m II III A B C D 21. Q and R? Which of the following part of our body can detect heat energy? A hair C Skin B Nails D Bone A B C D P Nerve Nerve Sensory organ Brain Q Brain Sensory organ Brain Nerve R Sensory organ Brain Nerve Sensory organ 4 . The figure shows two graphs that compare the energy changes before and after an activity. Air So that the watwer can be heated throughout So that the convection can occur more effectively So that the water boils st 100 °C I and II only I and III only II and III only I. II and III The figure shows the path of an impulse when air enters the nose P Nerves Effectors R Q What are represented by P. The bullet reaches 150 m before it falls onto the ground. At which high does the bullet have the same amount of potential and kinetic energy? A C 19.

Food Calorific value (kJ) 315 350 1257 624 Quantity 1 egg 1 piece 1 burger 1 glass 23. The table shows the calorific values of some food.22. -No appetite to eat Which of the following is the cause of disease? A Lack of vitamin C in the diet B Drinking too much water C Lack of protein in the diet D Eating too much fat Type of food J K L M What represented by K? A Egg B Butter C Long bean D Bread 5 . The figure shows the content of carbohydrate in four different types of food. % percentage 1. -Stomach becomes swollen 2. 25. Which stimulus is detected by M? A Pressure B Chemical substances C Sound D Pain 24. Chicken egg Papaya Burger Milk A student had his lunch by taking the food shown below:     2 chicken 1 piece of papaya 1 burger 1 glass of milk Calculate the calorific value taken by the student for lunch in kJ A 2576 B 2891 C 3241 D 3545 26. -Diarhea 3. A doctor usually injects a patient on the buttocks because the buttocks A have thin epidermis B have thcker epidermis C have a lot of receptors D have rough skin The figure showsa human sensory organ M.

Which animals have constant body temperature? A Snake. platypus. swallow The figures show two organisms. X Y Which of the following is the common habitat of organism X and Y? A Paddy field B Swamp C Jungle D Thick bushes 29. toad C Eagle. fish. Which of the following will cause extinction of animal and plant species? A Replanting of trees B Recycling of solid waste C Selective logging D Uncontrolled hunting Which of the following describes the changes in the state of water at its freezing point? A Liquid Solid B Solid Gas C Gas Liquid D Liquid Gas The figure shows a water molecule. cat. bat B Penguin.27. X and Y. elephant. The figure shows a general food chain. 31. X Secondary consumer Which correctly describes X? A X is a carnivore B Example of X is snake C X is a strong and powerful predator D X is an animal which feeds on plants 32. turtle D Bat. 6 . X Y What are represented by X and Y? X Y Hydrogen Oxygen Carbon Oxygen Oxygen Hydrogen Nitrogen Hydrogen Which activity increase the rate of dissolving sugar in water? A Add more sugar to water B Avoid stirring the solution C Use crystal sugar D Use hot water 28. 30. Producer A B C D 33.

Which of the following will prevent water from entering the drinking water? A Bend the drinking straw B Use a longer drinking straw C Increase the diameter of the drinking straw D Make a hole above the water level in the drinking straw 7 . The increase in the number of air particles will cause the air pressure to increase Which of the following correctly explains the statement above? A Chances of air particles colliding with the wall of container increases B Air particles have more space to move around C Movement of air particles decreases D Air particles move in all directions The figure shows a drinking straw 36. water enters the drinking straw.34. Which of the following involves a pulling force? A Hitting a ping pong ball B Cutting potatoes C Climbing a tree D Pushing a trolley When air is sucked out. What should he do to make the milk flow easily from the tin? A Shake the tin B Add hot water into the milk C Make another hole on the lid opposite to the existing hole D Heat the can before pouring the milk into the cup 37. 35.

What types of support system does organism X have? A Hydrostatic skeleton B Exoskeleton C Endoskeleton D Body fluid 43. The figure shows a spring with different weight attached to it.0m. Calculate the work done by the boy. A 850J C 1250J B 30J D 300J The figure shows a land vertebrae.38. The figure shows organism X 2cm 4 cm 6cm 5N X What is the weight of X? A 4N C 8N B 6N D 10N 39. B The point of equilibrium of a regular object is at the centre of the object C A regular object have more than one point of equilibrium D The number of equilibrium point depends on the object 8 . 13. 40. A boy pulls his bag weighing 15 kg over a distance of 2. Which of the following is true about its support system? A Exoskeleton protects soft muscles B Body weight is supported by water buoyancy C Endoskeleton supports body weight D Has small and weak endoskeleton Which statement is correct about the point of equilibrium? A The point of equilibrium of a regular object lies at the side of the object.

A J. Which of the following correctly shows the arrangement of J. Which statement is correct about the class of lever of the device? A The fulcrum is between the load and the effort B The effort is between the fulcrum and the load C The effort and the load act in the same direction D The distance of the effort from the fulcrum is greater than the distance of the load from the fulcrum 9 . The figure shows a lorry 45. L. L M C K. J The figure shows a giraffe. J M D L.M in descending order of stability? 46. Which of the following is a benefit for the giraffe if it stands with its legs apart? A Can eat leaves at the low branches of trees. J. K. L B K. K. K. B Increase its base area C Can raise its centre of gravity D Can stand for longer Which of the following can increase the stability of the lorry? A Reduce the number of wheels B Make the lorry shorter C Load the lorry with heavy materials D Add more side mirrors The figure shows an example of a third-class lever. 47. L.44. M. M.

P has a mass of 50kg and Q has mass of 25kg. 49. Calculate the distance between P and the centre of the see-saw in order to balance the see-saw.48. The figure shows two children P and Q sitting on a see-saw. the effort used will be less C G needs less effort than H in pulling out the nail D H needs less effort than G in pulling out the nail 10 . Which of the following is the importance of machines in our daily life? A Increase our working hours B Enable us to work faster C Make our lives dependent on machines D Decrease the use of electrical energy Which statement is correct? A The length of the handle of the hammer does not influence the effort used B If the handle is nearer to the fulcrum. A 25cm C 75cm B 50cm D 100cm The figure shows two situations where a hammer is used to pull out a nail. 50. The length of the see-saw is 2m.

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