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Region I

Division of La Union
Santol District
SAPDAAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
DIAGNOSTIC TEST IN SCIENCE 4

DIRECTION: Choose the letter of the correct answer.


1. Which of the following materials float in water?
a. big stone b. metal spoon c. empty plastic bottles d. crystal glass
2. Your mother asked you to give her medicine for fever. What are you going to do first?
a. read the label of the medicine
b. get the medicine and give it right away to your mother
c. get a glass of water and medicine
d. taste the medicine before giving it to your mother
3. Why do boats float in water?
a. boats are made of wood that make them float
b. man uses paddle to make the boat float
c. the sea breeze make the boat float
d. the boat is tied with plastic string that makes it float
4. You are going to buy a can of juice in the store for your visitor’s snack. The following can of
juices were displayed in the store with its expiration date. Which of them are you going to buy?
a. Pineapple juice – best before January 2014
b. Orange juice – best before March 2014
c. Mango juice – best before July 2014
d. Apple juice – best before 2016
5. Why is it important to read the label of any product?
a. to know the price of the product c. to know who buy the product
b. to get the number of pieces sold d. to use the product correctly
6. John heated a chocolate bar t make chocolate syrup. Which of the following describes what
changes happened in the property of the chocolate bar when heated?
a. the chocolate bar changed its size and shape
b. the chocolate bar changed its color and taste
c. the chocolate bar changed its texture and odor
d. the chocolate bar changed its taste and odor
7. Which of the following describes what happens to the white sugar when mixed with iodized
salt?
a. white sugar can still be distinguished when mixed with iodized salt
b. white sugar cannot be distinguished when mixed with iodized salt
c. white sugar settles at the bottom of the iodized salt
d. white sugar stays at the top of the iodized salt
8. What happens to the balloon when cooled?
a. the balloon gets smaller when cooled
b. the balloon increases its shape when cooled
c. the balloon gets bigger when cooled
d. the balloon increases its temperature when cooled
9. What will happen to water and alcohol when mixed together?
a. alcohol and water will mix completely c. alcohol and water will mix partially
b. alcohol and water will not mix together d. alcohol and water will form two layers
10. The following changes in the materials are useful to the environment except
a. using old newspaper in wrapping gifts c. using pesticides in killing insects
b. using eco bag when buying groceries d. using both sides of your paper
11. Which is the command center of the body?
a. blood b. brain c. heart d. stomach
12. It allows you to bend your knees.
a. femur b. joints c. muscles d. tendons
13. Which of the following is not a function of the kidneys?
a. regulates blood pressure c. it balances the body
b. excretes wastes in the blood d. it serves as framework of the body
14. Which ailment is developed in response to prolonged exposure to tobacco smoke?
a. heart cancer b. lung cancer c. bone cancer d. colon cancer
15. Which disorder caused by blood clotting or broken blood vessels?
a. epilepsy b. fracture c. hypertension d. stroke
16. Which groups of animals are found on water habitat?
a. tadpole, grasshopper, hawk c. horse, goat, monkey
b. dolphin, carabao, seahorse d. fish, squid, crab
17. How are frogs, snakes, and grasshoppers protected from their prey?
a. they play “dead” c. they blend color with their environment
b. they mimic the shape of their prey d. they secrete a poisonous substance
18. Animals used their legs to move from one place to place. How cows, carabaos, horses, and
goats do used their hooves?
a. to keep them warm c. help them move in water
b. for chewing grass and leaves d. help them walk even on hard rocks
19. An animal has big hind legs. Which of the following movement can it do?
a. flying b. hopping c. running d. walking
20. Why do eagles can live in high places? Because of their ________.
a. claws b. eyes c. feathers d. wings
21. Which characteristics describe a shrub and make it different from a herb?
a. having a woody or hard stem c. having many leaves
b. having seeds in the fruit d. presence of flowers
22. If plants are placed in a dark room for a long time, they cannot stay alive. Why?
a. Because they cannot make their own food without the help of sunlight.
b. Because of lack of water.
c. Because of lack of soil.
d. Because of insufficient amount of air.
23. Some plants possess special structures and characteristics which they use for defense,
survival and food getting. Which of the following plants have thorns so that animals cannot
easily touch and eat them?
a. Mayana and Sta. Ana c. Little Angel and Rosal
b. Kamuning and Gumamela d. Bougainvillae and Rose
24. How many cotyledon does a monocot have?
a. one b. two c. three d. four
25. What is the third stage in a complete metamorphosis?
a. adult b. egg c. larva d. pupa
26. What is the study of the interaction of living things with one another and with its
environment?
a. community b. ecology c. ecosystem d. population
27. What kind of inter action is shown in the diagram?

a. commensalism b. competition c. parasitism d. predation


28. What will happen if there are more predators than preys in an ecosystem?
a. the source of food will increase c. the source of food will decrease
b. the source of food will remain the same d. other animals will decrease
29. Man interferes with the balance of nature when he _______.
a. pollutes air and water c. disposes his garbage properly
b. practices selective logging d. helps control overpopulation
30. What causes objects to move?
a. force b. gravity c. magnets d. weight
31. When the same poles of two magnets whether North or South are placed close to each
other, they ___________.
a. push each other c. are not attracted to each other
b. pull each other d. do not move
32. How is heat transferred in solid materials?
a. through convection c. through conduction
b. through radiation d. through vacuum
33. What happens to liquid when heated?
a. it remains the same c. it increases in temperature
b. it increases in volume d. its temperature cannot be determined
34. In which medium can sound wave travel faster?
a. gases b. liquids c. solids d. gas and liquid
35. What happens to the loudness of the sound as one goes away from it?
a. remains the same c. decreases gradually
b. increases gradually d. fades abruptly
36. Which of the following statement is TRUE?
a. light always travel in a straight line
b. sound travels faster in air than in solid
c. heat transfer through liquid is known as radiation
d. sound cannot travel through the air
37. Which of these is made up of smallest particles of rocks which contain decayed matter of
plants and animals?
a. land b. mineral c. soil d. water
38. Why is soil called renewable resources?
a. because it will not last long c. because it is available for use anytime
b. because it can be recycled d. because it needs to be conserved
39. Which best describe humus?
a. a mixture of decayed plants and animals c. forms part of the loam soil
b. a combination of any kind of soil d. topmost layer of the soil
40. How many stages of development are present in an incomplete metamorphosis?
a. one b. two c. three d. four
41. The greater the mass of the object, the greater is the force needed to _______ the
object.
a. move b. push c. roll d. stop
42. It is about the size of your fist and located in the middle of the chest cavity.
a. heart b. kidney c. liver d. lungs
43. It is where final digestion and absorption of food takes place.
a. esophagus b. intestines c. mouth d. stomach
44. Birds and fowls differ in beaks and bills. Why?
a. due to birth c. depending on their size
b. depending on the food they eat d. depending on the kind of their feathers
45. Which of the following have mouth parts used for sucking?
a. b. c. d.

46. Which gives us enough heat and light in order to live?


a. electricity b. sun c. generator d. hydro power plant
47. When are shadows formed?
a. when light rays hit an opaque objects c. when light rays hit a transparent object
b. when light rays hit hard objects d. when light rays hit a translucent object
48. What instrument measures the speed of the wind?
a. anemometer b. barometer c. thermometer d. wind vane
49. In which process do plants releases water from their leaves?
a. condensation b. evaporation c. precipitation d. transpiration
50. The sun is shining brightly. The wind is calm and it is warm outside. What do you think is the
air temperature?
a. the temperature is normal
b. the temperature is low
c. the temperature is high
d. the temperature is very low
Region I
Division of La Union
Santol District
BAY-O ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
DIAGNOSTIC TEST IN MATHEMATICS 4

DIRECTION: Choose the letter of the correct answer.


1. Which of the following numbers is read as “sixty-nine thousand four hundred thirty-nine”?
a. 69, 439 b. 69, 349 c. 69, 394 d. 69, 549
2. Which of the following is rounded to the nearest ten thousands?
a. 23, 000 b. 27, 090 c. 27, 500 d. 30, 000
3. What is the value of 3 in 43, 755?
a. 30 b. 300 c. 3, 000 d. 30, 000
4. What number is represented by these number discs?
10,000 1, 000 100 10 1

10,000 1, 000 100 10 1

1, 000 100 10 1

1, 000 100 1

a. 248 b. 24, 245 c. 24, 434 d. 32, 245

5. 76, 458 is read as _______________.


a.eighty-seven thousand three hundred forty-five
b. ninety-seven thousand three hundred forty-five
c. seventy-six thousand four hundred fifty-eight
d. ninety-seven thousand four hundred thirty-five
6. The auditorium has 34 chairs in one row. How many chairs are there in all if there are 25
rows?
a. 800 b. 850 c.900 d. 950
7. Tina paid Php 1, 176 for 12 kilograms of meat. How much did each kilogram cost?
a. Php 96 b. Php 98 c. Php 102 d. Php 124
8. What is the quotient of 25, 000 and 1, 000?
a. 25 b. 250 c. 2, 500 d. 25, 000
9. Evaluate the expression 6 x 12 ÷ 9 + 5 – 2
a. 11 b. 12 c. 13 d. 14
10. Fish cost Php 85 per kilogram. How much would 6 kilogram of fish cost?
a. Php 91 b. Php 310 c. Php 510 d. Php 610
11. Which fraction corresponds to this figure?
a. 3/8 b. 9/8 c. 7/8 d. 4/8
12. Which of the following is an improper fraction?
a. 3/8 b. 9/8 c. 7/8 d. 4/8
13. Which fraction is equal to 1?
a. 9/6 b. 7/7 c. 4/6 d. 5/9
14. Which figures shows 2 ½?
a. c.

b. d.

15. Which of the following is a mixed number?


a. 1/8 b. 2 1/7 c. 3/5 d. 6/8
16. How do you read 8/2?
a. Eight-halves b. eight-half c. eight-second d. eight-twos
17. The sum of 1/5 and 6/5 is __________.
a. 4/5 b. 5/5 c. 7/5 d. 8/5
18. If 3/9 is subtracted from 3, the answer is __________.
a. 2 1/3 b. 2 4/9 c. 2 2/3 d. 2 1/3
19. 1. What is 2.65 in words?
a. two and sixty-five hundredths c. two and sixty-five tenths
b. two and sixty-five thousandths d. sixty-five hundredths
20. What is the place value of the underlined digit 0.862?
a. ones b. tenths c. hundredths d. thousandths
21. What is 3.45 in fraction?
a. 3 45/10 b. 3 45/100 c. 3 45/1000 d. 3 45/10000
22. What is the greatest two-digit decimal that can be rounded to 0.9?
a. 0.99 b. 0.95 c. 0.94 d. 0.85
23. How is 4/100 written in decimal form?
a. 0.4 b. 0.04 c. 0.004 d. 0.0004
24. What is the place value of the digit 4 in .074?
a. ones b. tenths c. hundredths d. thousandths
25. Which of the following decimal numbers are arranged from least to greatest?
a. 7.90, 7.09, 0.70, 0.07 c. 4.08, 4.80, 4.0, 4.8
b. 2.3, 3.45, 3.8, 3.9 d. 1.35, 1.53, 1.3, 1.5
26. In which of the figures below can you find a pair of congruent angles?

a. b. c. d.
27. Which drawing shows parallel lines?

a. b. c. d.

28. Which shows perpendicular lines?

a. b. c. d.

29. What kind of quadrilateral has 4 equal sides and 4 right angles?
a. parallelogram b. rectangle c. rhombus d. square
30. What do you call a triangle with no equal sides?
a. equilateral triangle b. isosceles triangle c. right triangle d. scalene triangle
31. A parallelogram with a base of 30 cm and a height of 20 cm is divided into two congruent
triangles. What is the area of each triangle? What is asked in the problem?
a. the base of the parallelogram c. the height of the parallelogram
b. the area of each triangle d. the area of the parallelogram
32. Andrew jogs around a rectangular park 150 m long and 70 m wide. How far does he go in
completing a round?
a. 440 m b. 400 m c. 404 m d. 444 m

Liana started to wash her clothes at 5: 25 p.m. She finished at 6 : 15 p.m.


How long did it take her to wash her clothes?

33. What is asked in the problem?


a. the length of time it takes Liana to wash her clothes
b. the work done by Liana
c. the time Liana starts to wash her clothes
d. the time Liana stopped washing her clothes
34. What operation will be needed to solve the problem?
a. addition b. subtraction c. multiplication d. division
35. What is the answer to the problem?
a. it takes 50 minutes for Liana to wash her clothes
b. it takes 60 minutes for Liana to wash her clothes
c. Liana started to wash at 5:25 p.m.
d. Liana finished at 6: 15 p.m.

Find the area of the following.


36. 15 cm 37. 7 cm 38. 5 cm

12 cm

Find the perimeter.

39. 12 cm
8c 40. 4 cm

5 cm 3 cm

A storage box is 60 cm by 40 cm by 30 cm. What is the volume of the box?


41. What is asked in the problem? ________________________________________
42. What are the given in the problem? ____________________________________
43. What is the formula to solve the problem? ______________________________
44. What is the number sentence? _______________________________________
45. What is the complete answer? ________________________________________
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