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SECTION A ( 30 Marks )


Which of the following produces electricity? A. Accumulator B. Calculator C. Wires D. Bulbs


What is the source of electricity used by a remote car? A. Dry cell B. Accumulator C. Dynamo D. Solar cell


In which of the following can a dynamo be found? A. Bicycle B. Doorbell C. Steam iron D. Electric kettle

It is a device that changes light energy from the sun into electrical energy.


It is a . A. battery B. dynamo C. dry cell D. solar cell


Study the information below. It is small and light It is cheap It cannot be recharge

What it is ? A. Dynamo B. Battery C. Solar cell D. Accumulator


A solar cell is used in all the materials listed below except A. Calculator B. Torch C. Satellite D. Water heater


Which electric components are correctly matched to the symbols

A. B. C. D.

Wire Switch Bulb Dry cell

Bulbs Wire Dry cell Switch

Switch Bulb Wire Bulb Bulb


A complete circuit consist of .. I switch

II wire III bulb IV battery

A. I and II only B. III and IV only C. II, III and IV only D. I, II, III and IV


Which of the following symbols represents the component that is used to break or connect circuit?


In which of the following circuits, the bulb will light up the brightest?


Choose the correct statement about an electric circuit. A. It is a path that allows electric current to flow through it. B. It must not be properly arranged to let electric current flow through it. C. It has only a type of electric circuit. D. It can be complete electric circuit without presence of dry cell.


Which bulbs are arranged in parallel?


Which of the following statements is true about parallel circuits? A. All bulbs are joined in a row. B. All switches are connected in a row. C. All the bulbs light up with different brightness. D. All the bulbs light up with the same brightness.


Which of the following bulbs will light up?


Which of the following are true about the series circuit?


Each bulb has the same current. If one bulbs is blown, the othes will not light up. The cells will lose their electrical energy faster. If one bulb is blown, the others will still light up.

A. I and II only. B. II and II only. C. I, II and III only. D. I, II, III and IV.


Which of the following is cause by mishandling of electrical appliances? I Fever

II Burns III Electric shock IV Electrocution

A. I and III only. B. I, II and III only. C. II, III and IV only. D. I, II, III and IV


Which of the following can cause electrical accidents? A. Switching off the electrical appliances when not in use. B. Switching off lights when replacing the bulb. C. Using too many electrical appliances. D. Current leakage.


Read the statement below. Ahmads friend is having an electrical shock.

What should Ahmad do to help his friend? A. Give a hand by using a wooden pole B. Send to the hospital. C. Called his friend several times. D. Pour water onto his friends body.


Which of the following activities produce the least heat? A. Jumping B. Clapping hands C. Sleeping D. Cycling


What can temperature be measured in? A. Metres B. Minutes C. Degree Celsius D. Litre


Some ice cubes are put into a beaker of warm water. What will happen to the water in the beaker? A. It will become warmer. B. It will become cooler. C. The volume will reduce. D. No change.


The presence of gaps on railway tracks is to. A. Let the railway track bend. B. Let the railway track be good condition. C. Prevent the railway track from bending. D. Avoid heating and cooling.


Diagram 1 shows an observation from an investigation.

What can be concluded about the changes in the size of the balloon? A. The temperature in the balloon decreases. B. The mass of air in the balloon increases. C. The air in the balloon contracts. D. The air in the balloon expands.


A thermometer is used to measure temperature. Why is mercury used in the thermometer. A. It has a bright colour. B. It expands easily only. C. It contracts easily only. D. It expands and contracts easily.


What is the main source of the heat energy? A. Fire B. Burning candle C. Torch D. The Sun


All the object below conduct heat except A. wooden ruler B. steel spoon C. iron nail D. paper clip


Which of the following beaker of water is the hottest? A. 0 C B. 20 C C. 50 C D. 100 C


Table 1 shows the results of an investigation.

Beaker Volume of water ( ml ) Temperature ( C )

R 70 60

S 100 60

T 85 60

U 60 60

Table 1

Which beaker has the most heat? A. R B. S C. T D. U


Which of the following are the correct way of handling thermometer when measuring temperature of a glass of water?


Hold the thermometer at the bulb. Immerse the thermometer into the water until it touch the glass.

III Read the temperature when mercury stop mercury. IV Read the meniscus of the mercury.

A. I and II only. B. III and IV only. C. I, II and III only. D. I, II, III and IV.


Diagram 2 shows different eye positions of a pupil when reading a thermometer .

Which of the eye positions labeled A , B , C or D is correct?