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Instructions: Answer all the questions.

1. Which of the following correctly describe science?


A Science is the study about the Earth
B Science is the study about living things
C Science is the knowledge obtained through experiment
D Science is the systematic study of natural phenomena and its effects on human
being and environment

2. Which of the following is not an example of natural phenomena?


A Human growth C Formation of rainbow
B Formation of dew D Pollutions caused by industrial factories

3 Below is a statement about science:

A field of science that study about stars


and planets.

Which of the following is correct about the statement?


A Geology C Astronomy
B Biology D Meteorology

4 The following diagram shows careers in science

Career in
science

Q Doctor engineer

Which of the following most probably represents Q?

A Farmer C Veterinarian
B Lawyer D Insurance agent

5 Which of the following are careers in the field of medicine?


I Pharmacist
II Dietician
III Nurse

A I and II only C II and III only


B I and III only D I,II and III

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6 Which of the following apparatus is used to provide a flame for heating in laboratory?
A Candle C Bunsen burner
B Wire gauze D Separating funnel

7 Which of the following apparatus can be used to measure the volume of a solution
most accurately?
A Beaker C Test tube
B Burette D Measuring cylinder

8 The information below shows the step of scientific investigation.

P – Making conclusion
Q – Planning the experiment
R - Making observation
S – Making Hypothesis

Which of the following shows the correctly sequence of the steps?


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

9 Which of the following statements is incorrect?


A Length is the distance between two points
B The inner diameters of a round object can be measured using external calipers
C The length of a curved line can be measured using a thread and a metre rule
D The inaccurate reading obtained while measuring length is known as parallax error

10 The volume of irregular solids can measured by using the


A Spring balance C Mathematical formulate
B Compression balance D Water displacement method

11 The diagram shows a measuring tool.

The apparatus is used to measure


A The length of a pen C Internal diameter of a test tube
B The length of a curved line D External diameter of a test tube

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12 Which of the following measuring apparatus are paired correctly with the quantities
measured?
I Stopwatch – time
II Compression balance – mass
III Thermometer – temperature

A I and II only C II and III only


B I and III only D I,II and III only

13 A student is required to measure the length of the laboratory table.Which of the


following is the most suitable measuring instrument and the unit of measurement?

A A metre rule and metre C Opisometer and centimetres


B A thread and kilometre D External calipers and centimetres

14 Which of the following are not the benefit of science in everyday life?
A To create chemical weapons
B To improve the standard of living
C To enhance our health with better medicines
D Enable human being to explain the natural phenomena

15 Which of the following tools can be used to measure the distance between Town A and
Town B on a map?
A A pair of internal calipers and metre rule
B A thread and a metre rule
C A metre rule only
D A thread only

16. Which of the following is the main structure involved in photosynthesis?


A Cytoplasm C Cell wall
B Nucleus D Cell membrane

17 Which of the folllowing are the examples of unicellular organisms?


I Yeast
II Hydra
III Amoeba
A I and II only C II and III only
B I and III only D I,II and III

18. Which of the following is an example of multicellular organism ?


A Mucor C Euglena
B Paramecium D Chlamydomonas

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19. The diagram shows main structures of a plant cell.

Which of the structure maintains the shape of the cell ?


A J C L
B K D M

20. Which of the following are the similar structures between an animal cell and a plant
cell ?
I Vacuoles
II Cytoplasm
III Cell membrane
A I and II only C II and III only
B I and III only D I, II and III

21.

K L M

Diagram above shows the arrangemant of particles in matters K,L and M. Which of
the following substances are represented by K,L and M?

K L M
A Water Oxygen Iron
B Hydrogen Oil Copper
C Sugar Ice Alcohol
D Iron Alcohol Oil

Substances Density 22.


K 11.40
L 0.90
M 2.70
N 0.75
Water 1.00
Table 1 shows five substances K,L,M,N and water with their dencities.which of the
following will float on water?

A K and L C L and M
B L and N D M and N

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23.

The experiment shows that


A the mass of ice is less than that of water
B ice is heavier than water
C ice is less dense than water
D the volume of ice is more than the volume of water

24. Which of the following substances are compounds?


I Nitrogen
II Carbon dioxide
III Sodium chloride
A I and II C II and III
B I and III D I,II and III

25. Among the following,which can cause the green house effect?
A Smoke C Carbon dioxide
B Dust D Nitrogen dioxide

26. - Make building dirty


- Reduce visibility

Among the following pollutants,which can causes the effects shown above?
I Smoke
II Dust
III Sulphur dioxide
A I and II C II and III
B I and III D I,II and III

27.
- Alcohol
- Animal waste
- Household waste

The information above shows examples of sources of renewable energy.What is the


name of this type of energy source?
A Coal C Natural gas
B Geothermal D Biomass

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28. Which of the following energy sources is non-renewable?
A Biomass C Hidro
B Natural gas D Wind

29. Among the following,which is an energy source which can be obtained from burning
rubbish?
A Biomass energy C Hydro energy
B Geothermal energy D Solar energy

30 Energy change
Electric kettle : Electrical energy ---- X

Which of the following represents energy X?


A Heat C Sound
B Light D Chemical

31. Among the following energy changes,which happens during photosynthesis?


A Light energy------ heat energy
B Potential energy ------- Chemical energy
C Chemical energy ------- heat energy
D Light energy ------- chemical energy

32. Everything that has mass and occupies space is


A matter C a non-metal
B a metal D a compound

33 Which of the following is not matter?


A Gas C Sound
B Water D Plastic bag

34. Matter is made up of


A gases C spaces
B solids D particles

35. Which of the following is the definition of density?


A Mass C Volume
Volume Mass

B Weight D Volume
Volume Weight

36. Which of the objects float in water?


A Cork C Stone
B Metal D Glass

37. A solid has a fixed shape because its particles


A do not move C are of the same size
B are very hard D are arranged very close together

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38. When a liquid boils,
A its particles expand C its particles move slower
B its particles contract D its particles move faster

39 The flow of heat through a solid is called


A convection C radiation
B conduction D expansion

40 Which of the following is not true?


A Heat can be felt C The sun gives out heat
B Heat can be seen D Heat is a form of energy

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(MUNIRAH AHMAD MASDUKI) (FATIMAH BT AHMAD)