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1.

The application of science knowledge is called


A Geology B Chemistry C Astronomy D Technology

2. Which of the following shows a complete swing made by a pendulum?


A B C D

3. The diagram shows one of the hazard symbols.

The hazard symbols shows the presence of all of the following chemicals except.
A concentrated sulphuric acid B white phosphorus
C ethanol D petrol

4. Which of the following pairs is correct?

Value of physical quantity Prefix form


A 3 000 000 K 3 MK
B 400 g 4 kg
C 0.7 m 7 mm
D 0.00008 A 8 µA

5. The information below shows the steps involved in scientific investigation.

V: Making a hypothesis W: Collecting data X: Making conclusions


Y: Identify the problem Z: Planning the experiment

The correct sequence is


A X, W, Z, V, Y B X, Y, Z, V, W C Y, V, Z, W, X D Y, W, V, X, Z

6. The diagram shows the apparatus used in water displacement methods.

The above apparatus is used to find


A the mass of liquid B the volume of liquid
C the density of liquid D the volume of regular and
irregular objects.

7. Name the tools J and K shown in diagram below.

J K
A External calipers Vernier calipers
B Vernier calipers Internal calipers
C Internal calipers External calipers
D External calipers Internal calipers

8. Which of the following about physical quantities and their SI units is correct?

Physical quantity SI unit


A Time hour
B Mass newton
C Length kilometre
D Temperature kelvin

9. Which of the following pairs of prefixes and symbols are correctly matched?

Prefix Symbol
A milli M
B Centi C
C Kilo K
D mega M

10. Why should we use the International System of Units for all scientific measurements?
A To minimize the types of units used
B To reduce the types of instruments used
C To obtain a more accurate measurement
D To improve communications and make comparisons

11. Which of the following comparisons is true?

Unicellular Organisms Multicellular Organisms

A Can be seen with the naked eye Cannot be seen with naked eye
B Do not reproduce Reproduce
C Each individual consists of one cell Each individual consists of more than
one cell
D Do not move Move around

12. The diagram shows four unicellular organisms

P and S have chloroplasts but Q and R have no chloroplast. Which of the following
statements
is true?
A P and S can move but Q and R cannot
B P and S have cell walls but Q and R do not
C P, Q, R and S reproduce by spore formation
D Q and R can make their own food but P and S cannot

13. Which of the following is not an unicellular organism?


A Chlamydomonas B Amoeba
C Euglena D Hydra

14. Which of the following P, Q, R and S are multicellular organisms?

P Q R S

A P and R B P and Q
C Q and R D R and S

15.
Cell Tissue Organ P System Q Human

Figure below shows the sequence of cells organization in human. Which pair of organ
P and system Q is matched correctly?

Organ P System Q
A Eye Nervous
B Lung Respiratory
C Liver Skeletal
D Kidney Digestive

16.
P – A group of cells, which carries out the same function.
Q – Basic unit of living things
R – A group of organs, each performing different functions
S – Several tissues working together to perform a specific function

The information above describes the level of cell organization in the human body.
Which of the following shows the correct examples for each level P, Q, R and S?

P Q R S
A Digestive system Ovum Heart Muscle
B Heart Muscle Ovum Digestive system
C Muscle Ovum Digestive system Heart
D Ovum Heart Muscle Digestive system

17. Diagram below shows two types of systems in a human body.

Excretory R Respiratory

Which of the following organs is most probably represented by R?


A The skin B The lungs C The kidneys D The stomach

18. Diagram shows a type of cell in the human body?

The function of the cell is to


A support the weight of the body B send nerve impulses to the brain
C protect the skin from injury D enable the movement of the
body

19. The diagram shows one type of cell.

What is the function of the cell?


A It conveys messages throughout the body B It transports oxygen throughout
the body
C It digests food to provide energy D It protects the brain
20. The human beings are considered complex organisms because
I There are many specialized
ialized cells in the body
II The body systems can perform many functions at the same time
III The cells would never die or destroy in the body
IV They can communicate with each other
A I and II only B I and IV only C II and III only D III and IV

21. Human beings


eings are complex organisms consisting of various systems.
system . What are the
correct ways to look after our body system?
I Exercising regularly
II Eating a balanced diet
III Not smoking or taking drugs
A I and II only B I and III only C II and III only D I, II and
III

22. Diagram below shows a pupil blowing up a balloon

The balloon becomes larger because


A air occupies space B air has no volume
C air has mass D air expands

23. Diagram below shows an empty


emp glass is inverted into a basin of water.

The water does not fill the glass because


A water is less dense than air B air is less dense than water
C air does not mix with water D air has occupied the space in the
glass

24. Diagram below


w shows the movement of smoke particles.

This kind of movement is called the


A vigorous movement B the rapid motion
C the slow movement D the Brownian motion

25. Diagram shows three apparatus set


set-up.
Arrange the apparatus according to the rate of diffusion in a descending order.
A W, X, Y B X, W, Y C W, Y, X D Y, X, W

26. Diagram below shows two liquids of the same volume are mixed together.

What conclusion can be made from the investigation?


A Water floats on the surface of alcohol
B The total volume of the mixture is 120 ml
C Water and alcohol occupies space and have mass
D The particles of water and alcohol are tiny and discrete
discret

27. Diagram below shows some


ome potassium permanganate crystals in test tubes X and Y.

The potassium permanganate crystal diffuses faster in X than in Y. This is because


A the space between the water particles is larger
B the chemical reaction happens faster in gelatine
C chemical
cal reaction does not take place in gelatine
D the space between the particles of water is smaller

28. Some gases are changed into liquids


I To save space
II So that more of it can be stored in a cylinder
III So that the environment will not be polluted
A I and II only B I and III only C II and III only D I, II and
III

29. Which of the following show the applications of density in our daily life?
I Transporting timber along rivers
II A boy using a float to learn how to swim
III A submarine surfacing and ddiving under the sea
A I and II only B I and III only C II and III only D I, II and
III

30. The list below contains the names of some metals and non-metals.
Lead Magnesium Graphite Sulphur

Based on the above list, which of the following classification is correct?

Metal Non-metal
A Sulphur, Lead Magnesium, Graphite
B Lead, Magnesium Sulphur, Graphite
C Sulphur, Graphite Lead, Magnesium
D Magnesium, Graphite Sulphur, Lead
31. Which of the following is not a fossil fuel?
A Coal B Biomass C Petroleum D Natural gas

32. Which of the following processes can be used to separate the different types of
particles in a compound?
A Filtration B Distillation C Electrolysis D Evaporation

33. The physical properties of aluminium include


I it is malleable
II it has a high melting point
III it is a good conductor of heat
A I and II only B I and III only C II and III only D I, II and
III

34. Diagram below shows the number of atoms in a molecule of water and a molecule of
hydrogen gas.

Which of the following statements about the above molecules is correct?


A Hydrogen consists of two different types of atoms
B Water consists of three different types of atoms
C Water consists of two different types of atoms
D The atoms of water can be separated physically

35. Which of the following are efforts to preserve and conserve natural resources?
I Reprocessing old aluminium cans
II Cutting down trees to produce papers
III Setting up forest reserves and marine parks
A I and II only B I and III only C II and III only D I, II and
III
36.
• Slightly soluble in water
• Very soluble in alkaline pyrogallol solution
• No effect on moist litmus paper

The information above shows some properties of a gas. Which of the following is
another property of the gas?
A Ignites a glowing wooden splinter B Turns lime water cloudy
C Burns with a blue flame D Explodes when in contact with oxygen

37. Which of the following consists of the largest percentage in air?


A Helium B Oxygen C Nitrogen D Carbon dioxide

38. The apparatus set-up is shown in the following figure. When the candle is
extinguished, water rises up to about one-fifth of the gas jar.

What conclusion can you draw from this experiment?


A Oxygen dissolves in water
B Water vapour is present in air
C The composition of oxygen in the air is about 20%
D Oxygen is needed for combustion

Questions 39 and 40 are based on diagram below.

39. A few pieces of ice are put into a beaker containing some water as shown in diagram
above.
After a few minutes, water droplets are formed on the external surface of the beaker
because
A water molecules can pass through the beaker when the ice melts
B water vapour in the air condenses to become water
C oxygen and hydrogen in the air condense to become water
D water in the beaker is forced out by the air pressure outside the beaker
40. The water droplets formed can be tested by using
A a damp litmus paper
B sodium hydroxide solution
C hydrogen carbonate indicator
D anhydrous cobalt chloride paper