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1. Samantha picks up a plastic bag on his way from school canteen.

The following information show how impulses flow


W - Optic nerve send impulses about the plastic to the brain
X - Brain sent impulses to the spinal cord
Y - Brain decided where to throw the plastic bag.
Z - Impulses are sent to the muscle in your hand
Arrange the sequence of W,X,Yand Z to show the correct impulse pathway
A
B
C
D

Z,Y,W,X
W,Y,X,Z
Y,Z,X,W
X,W,Z,Y

2. Diagram 2 shows an experiment to study the response of seedling.


After a few days it is noticed that the radicles bent upwards.

Diagram 2

Why does the radicle bend upwards?


A
B
C
D

It needs water to grow


It needs sunlight to grow
Radicle shows positive phototropism
Radicle shows negative hydrotropism

3. Diagram 3 shows a food web

Diagram 3

Which of the following is the correct food chain?


A
B
C
D

PaddyRatOwlFrog
PaddyGrasshopperFrogOwl
PaddyRatEagleSnakeFrog
PaddyGrasshopperFrogSnakeRat

4. Figure 4(a) shows a student reading Braille map'

Figure 4(a)

Figure 4(b) shows a cross section of human skin. Which of the following parts involved
in Figure 4(a).

Figure 4(b)
5. Table 1 below shows the calorific value of some foods
Food
Bread

Quantity
1 piece

Caloric value/kJ
53

Banana

1 piece

136

Milk

1 glass

75
Table 1

Ramli had consumed the following food for breakfast:

Bread 3 pieces

Banana 2 pieces

Milk 1 glass

Based on Table l, calculate the calorific value consumed by Ramli for his breakfast.
A
496 kJ
B
506 kJ
C
516 kJ
D
526 kJ
6. The information shows the organs in the human alimentary canal
P mouth
Q Stomach
R small intestine
Which classes of food are digested in the organs P, Q and R?
P
A

Protein

Q
Carbohydrate

R
Fat

B
C
D

Fat
Protein
Carbohydrate

Protein
Fat
Protein

Carbohydrate
Carbohydrate
Fat

7. Diagram 5 shows interaction between two organisms

Diagram 5

Which pair of organisms represents the same type of interaction?


A
B
C
D

Tapeworms living in the human intestine


Algae and fungus in lichen
Shark and remora fish
An eagle and a snake

8. X and Y are the characteristics of animals


X
Live both on land and water
Lay eggs
Moist skin
Cold blooded

Y
Have beaks and wings
Lay eggs
Have feathers
Warm blooded

Which of the following represent X and Y?


X
A
B
C
D

Bird
Fish
Mammal
Amphibian

Y
Fish
Mammals
Amphibian
Bird

9. Diagram 6 shows an eagle catching a rat for food

Diagram 6

Which of the following interaction is correct?


A
B
C
D

Both animals get benefit


One organism gets benefit while the other loss
One organism get benefit while the other is not affected
One organism captured for food

10. Diagram 7 shows test for certain classes of food


Diagram 7

Give suitable examples for R, S and T?


Food class

R
S
T
A
Starch
Millons reagent
Sugar
B
Starch
Iodine
Bread
Indicator
C
Glucose
Benedicts solution
Sugar
solution
D
Protein
Millons reagent
Fish
11. A group of living things of the same species living together in a habitat forms a
A
B
C
D

Food

population
sample
ecosystem
community
biodiversity

12. Diagram 8 shows a ray of light travelling from medium P to medium Q


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Diagram 8

Which of the following could be medium P and Q?


A
B
C
D

Medium P
Air
Air
Water
Glass

Medium Q
Glass
Water
Glass
Water

14. A food sample is taken from organ Q shown in Diagram 9. After analysis, the pH
value of the sample is 3.

Diagram 9

Which of the following statements explain this condition?


A
B
C
D

Q secretes hydrochloric acid


Q receives bile from the liver
Enzymes in Q change starch to glucose
Enzymes in Q change fat to fatty acids and glycerol

15. Diagram 10 shows a food web.

Diagram 10

Which organism has the biggest population?


A
C

Organism P
Organism R

B.
D.

Organism Q
Organism S

16. Diagram 11 shows a mixture of saliva and starch that is kept at 37 oC.

10 ml starch solution +
saliva
Water bath at
37oC

Diagram 11

After a few minutes what happens to starch?


A
B
C
D
.
17.

Changed to glucose
Changed to protein
Changed to amino acid
Changed to lactose

Diagram 12 shows the process of photosynthesis

Diagram 12

Which represent P,Q and R?


A

Water

P
Oxygen

R
Carbon dioxide

Carbon dioxide

Water

Oxygen

Water

Carbon dioxide

Oxygen

Oxygen

Water

Carbon dioxide

18. Table 2 shows information of three minerals.


Mineral
Calcium

Disease due to its deficiency


X

Iron

Iodine

Z
Table 2

Which of the following represents X, Y and Z?


A

X
Ricket

Y
Scurvy

Z
Anaemia

Scurvy

Ricket

Goitre

Anaemia

Goitre

Night blindness

Ricket

Anaemia

Goitre

19. Diagram 13 shows characteristics of plant S.

Diagram 13

Which of the following represent S and T?


A

S
Durian tree

T
Tap root system

Grass

Fibrous system

Balsam plant

Seed with two cotyledons

Maize plant

Seed with one cotyledon

20. Diagram 14 shows an expreriment to investigate the gas released during


photosynthesis
Sunlight

Water + Sodium bicarbonate

Water weeds

Diagram 14

Which is the most suitable test for the gas collected in the test tube?
A
B
C
D

Lime water
Litmus paper
Glowing splinter
Sodium hydroxide solution

21. Which of the following shows the correct order of organisms in an ecosystem?
A Populationspeciescommunity
B Populationcommunityspecies
C Communitypopulationspecies
D Speciespopulationcommunity
22. Diagram 15 shows the classification of flowering plants

Diagram 15

Which of the following are characteristics of a plant in group X?


I
II
III
IV

Fibrous root
Non-woody stem
Leaves with network veins
Its seed has two cotyledons

A I and II only
C III and IV onlymf
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nw

B II and III only


D I, II and III

23. Diagram 16 shows an experiment to study absorbption of digested food


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cr
oi
tn
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lp
elel
da
on
nt

Visking tube

Starch solution +
pancreatic amylase

Distilled water at
37oC
Diagram 16

After 30 minutes the distilled water is tested with Benedicts solution and brick red
precipitate is formed.
Which of the following statement is the conclusion of the experiment?
A
B
C
D

Amylase change starch into glucose


Molecule of glucose diffuses through the wall of visking tube
Visking tube represents the semi permeable membrane of small intestine
Distilled water in the beaker represents the bloodstream

24. Diagram 17 shows two boys suffering from a disease due to lack of a certain
nutrient.

Diagram 17

What is their diet lacking of?


A
B

Fat
Iron

C
D

Iodine
Protein

25 An ecosystem is formed when


A. members ofa population interact with one another
B. members ofa community interact with one another
C. members ofa species ofliving organisms interact with one another
D. different communities interact with one another and with the environment
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Table 3 shows the digestion of food


Carbohydrate

Glucose
R

Protein

Acid amino
S

Fat

Fatty acid + glycerol


T
Table 3

Identify the enzymes involved in digestion process shown above


A
B
C
D

R
Protease
Amylase
Amylase
Lipase

S
Amylase
Protease
Lipase
Amylase

27 Diagram 18 shows processes in the human digestive system

Diagram 18

T
Lipase
Lipase
Protease
Protease

Which of the following shows the correct sequence of organs involved in the
processes?
A
B
C
D

Small intestine Large intestine Oesophagus Stomach


Large intestine Oesophagus Stomach Small intestine
Oesophagus Stomach Small intestine Large intestine
Stomach Small intestine Large intestine Oesophagus

28. Diagram 19 shows a pyramid of number

Snake

Bird
Insect
Plant
Diagram 19

Which is the following correct from the base of the pyramid numbers to the top?
A
B
C
D

The number of organisms increases


The size of organisms increases
Source of food increase
Less energy is lost

29 Which of the following shows living things are dependent on non-living things?
A
B
C
D

Plants carrying out photosynthesis


Plants competing for space
Animals eating plants
Animals eating other animals

30 Diagram 20 shows a food pyramid.

Diagram 20

Which types of food are found in level S?


A
B
C
D
31

Fruits and vegetables


Meat and proteins
Cereals and rice
Fats and sugar

Which of the following animals has monocular vision?

32

33

Photosynthesis is a natural process. What is the important of photosynthesis to


the environment?
I
II
III

Reduce formation of haze


Increase oxygen in the atmosphere
Reduces carbon dioxide in the atmosphere

A
B
C
D

I and II only
I and III only
II and III only
I, II and III

Diagram 21 shows a habitat occupied by three types of organisms, X, Y and Z.

Diagram 21

B
Z
Y
X

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D
Y

Which of the following vitamins are soluble in water?


A
B
C
D

Vitamins A and B
Vitamins B and C
Vitamins E and K
Vitamins A, D, E and K

35 Which of the following is a function of hydrochloric acid that is found in


stomach juice?
A Neutralises the alkali from the saliva
B Breaks down protein into amino acids
C Speeds up the production of amylase from the mouth
D Protects the stomach walls from the enzyme in the stomach
36 Commensalism is an interaction between two organisms
I which is a form of symbiosis
II where only one organism gains in the interaction
III where one organism is killed by the other
A
B
C
D

I and II only
I and III only
II and III only
I, II and III

37. Which of the following shows that light can be refracted?

38.

Diagram 22 shows the apparatus used to carry out an experiment

Diagram 22

In which test tube is the potato digested first?


A
B

W
X

C
D

Y
Z

39. The organisms shown in Diagram 23 are classified into two groups

Diagram 23

Which characteristic can be used for the classification?


I Whether the parts of the plant could be eaten or not
II Whether the plants carry out photosynthesis or not
III Whether the plants produce flowers or not
A I and II only
B I and III only

C II and III only


D I, II and III

40.
E heat a leaf in alcohol
F soak a leaf in water
G add a few drops of iodine to a leaf
H boil a leaf in water
I place a leaf on a white tile

The above are steps to test a leaf for starch. Which of the following shows the
correct sequence of the test?
A
B

H,E,F,I,G
E,F,H,I,G

C
D

H,E,I,F,G
E,F,I,G,H