1. Among the following, which explains why the tip of the finger is more sensitive towards stimulus?

A A thicker epidermis B More receptors C Thin layer of dermis D Waterproof feature

2. The diagram above shows the eye of a person who is long-sighted foccussing a near object. Among the points indicated by A, B, C and D where will the image fall on?

3. Among the following equipment, which is used to help human overcome the limitation of hearing? A Stethoscope B Telescope C Microscope D Periscope

4. The diagram above shows the set-up for an experiment. What is the conclusion that can be made regarding this experiment? A Roots responds more to geotropism than hydrotropism B Roots responds more to phototropism than geotropism C Roots responds more to hydrotropism than phototropism D Roots responds more to hydrotropism than geotropism

hydrogen. Among the following.5. Tropism enables plant to A obtain basic needs for growth B avoid competition C store mineral salt D survive in adverse conditions 8. Among the following tropism. what is the special structure? A Tendrils B Thorns C Clasping roots D Buttress root 7. which type is shown in the green plant in the diagram above? A Seismonasty B Thigmotropism C Phototropism D Hydrotropism 6. oxygen and nitrogen. The plants above have special structures that help them to climb and provide support to them. There is a class of food that consists of carbon. to human beings? A Main energy source B Substance for building new cells C Dissolves a certain vitamins in the body D Protects the body against diseases . Among the following. which is the function of the class of food mentioned.

It is observed that red precipitate formed in test tubes X and Y. which represents the classes of food? K L M N A Carbohydrate Protein Fat Water B Fat Water Carbohydrate Protein C Protein Fat Water Carbohydrate D Water Carbohydrate Protein Fat 10. Among the following. The table above shows the estimated percentage of class of food in rice. Among the following.9. which is not true about the type of disease caused by the deficiency of a certain vitamin? Deficiency of vitamin Disease A C Night blindness B D Rickets C E Miscarriage D K Haemophilia 11. The diagram above shows tests for two classes of food. Therefore test tubes X and Y contain A protein and glucose B glucose and protein C starch and glucose D protein and starch .

Which of the following plants has the above characteristics? A Mango tree B Durian tree . Ali’s breakfast lacks A carbohydrate B protein C fat D fibre 14.gills B Whale . Which of the following pairs of organisms and their habitats is true? Organism Habitat A Shark River B Lotus Garden C Cactus plant Desert D Crocodile Pond 15.skin D Snake – skin 16.12.lungs C Cow . Choose the correct pairing of animal with its respiratory organ. In which part is glucose changed into glycogen? A P B Q C R D S 13. Ali had two pieces of bread with margarine and a glass of orange juice for his breakfast. A Crocodile .

The following plants have tap roots except A durian tree B balsam plant C rambutan tree D coconut tree 18.man . Which of the following is a prey .eagle B Sea anemone . The following are the characteristics of a dicotyledon plant except A leaf with network veins B with tap root C has one cotyledon D has two cotyledons 20. Which animal belongs to the class of animals having the above characteristics? A Lizard B Frog C Snake D Crocodile 19.lion D Lice .hermit crab C Cheetah .predator association? A Rabbit . The energy from the Sun is changed to chemical energy by A primary consumer B secondary consumer C producer D decomposer 21.C D Balsam plant Coconut tree 17.

Which of the following is true for this food chain? A The small fish is the primary consumer B The sea lion is a herbivore C The population of the small fish will increase if the population of the sea lion increases D The seaweed population will decrease if the population of the small fish decrease 24. Which of the following represents P. and S in the pyramid of numbers in the above figure? P Q R S A Frog Leaf Snake Caterpillar B Leaf Caterpillar Frog Snake C Snake Frog Caterpillar Leaf D Snake Caterpillar Frog Leaf 23.22. What happens if the field is sprayed with an insecticide? A The number of snakes increases B The number of grasshoppers increases C The number of grass plants increases D The number of birds increases . Q. The above figure shows a food chain in a grass field. R.

How many food chains are there in the food web? A 4 B 5 C 8 D 9 27. A type of bird can be found on the back of a buffalo. The above figure represents a food web in a pond.25. The diagram below shows a Bryophyllum plant and its young plants. The association between the bird and the buffalo is known as A parasitism B symbiosis C prey . Owls A B C D and snakes are reared in oil palm plantations to help produce carbon dioxide for the photosynthesis of the oil palm plants control the population of pests reduce grass and weeds help pollination . It eats the ticks found on the body of the buffalo. What type of interaction is shown above? A Communalism B Symbiosis C Prey-predator D Competition 28.predator D competition 26.

which is X? A Limewater B Sauce C Vinegar D Distilled water 31. Which of the following can cause thinning of the ozone layer? A Sulphur dioxide B Carbon monoxide C Chlorofluorocarbons D Carbon dioxide 30. Among the following tropism. which is displayed positively by the shoots of a plant? I Geotropism II Phototropism III Hydrotropism A I only B II only C II and III only D I. A certain acid is electrolysed using platinum electrodes as the anode and cathode. Solution X shows the characteristics below: Among the following. What are the pH values of the gases formed in the anode and cathode? Anode Cathode A pH 3 pH 11 B pH 6 pH 8 C pH 7 pH 7 D pH 8 pH 10 32. and III .29. II.

which reproduces by laying eggs? I Crocodile II Rat III Whale A I only B I and II only C II and III only D I. II and III 35. and III 34. II. Which of the following is the animal? I Bat II Platypus III Crocodile A I and II only B I and III only C II and III only D I. Among the animals. what is observed in the solution? I A dark blue colour is formed when it is tested with iodine solution II Orange-coloured precipitate is formed when it is heated with Benedict’s solution III That solution has a pH value of more than 7 A I only B I and II only C II and III only D I. II. The diagram below shows a graph of the body temperature of a vertebrate against the temperature of its surroundings. and III . After a few minutes.33. The diagram above shows a solution of saliva and starch that is kept at a fixed temperature of 37 °C.

II and III 38. The consequences of mining activities on the environment include I land erosion II flooding III destruction of habitat A I only B I and II only C II and III only D I. II. II.36. Which of the following are being competed for by a meranti tree in a dense tropical rainforest? I Water II Sunlight III Carbon dioxide A I and II only B I and III only C II and III only D I. Each of the animals above represent a class of vertebrates. and III 37. Animals belonging to class X include I Penguin II Bat III Platypus A I only B I and II only C II and III only D I. and III .

II. II. Which of the following is not needed in photosynthesis? I Oxygen II Sunlight III Carbon dioxide A I only B I and II only C II and III only D I.39. and III 40. and III shows that sea water contains a . lot of I II III A B C D mineral salt dissolved gases micro-organism I only I and II only II and III only I.

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