Final-year examination (set 1) (Theme 1 to Theme 5)                                                               Section ...
12 Which of the following objects is not made of                                                                       art...
17 Plant X has the characteristic of poisonous leaf. Based   on the information, what is plant X?   A Yam plant   B Rubber...
C   The grass does not get food.   D   The grass cannot breathe.                                 28 Which of the following...
(a) What do objects X and Y represent?                         4 Figure 3 shows two cloths of different sizes being       ...
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Final examination 1

  1. 1. Final-year examination (set 1) (Theme 1 to Theme 5) Section A Duration : One hour fifteen minutes [30 marks]Answer all the questions. Every question is followed by four options A, B, C and D. Choose the correct answer.The suggested time for this section is 45 minutes. If you unable to answer a question, proceed to the next question.1 Figure 1 shows a type of plants. Figure 3 What stimuli does the plant respond to? A Air C Water B Touch D Sunlight Figure 1 Which of the following plants reproduce in the same 5 Figure 4 shows two types of items are weighed on a way as the plant in Figure 1? balance. A Hibiscus C Mushroom B Lotus D Bamboo2 Which of the following instruments was not used to measure time in the past? A C Figure 4 The mass of the sugar is 1.5 kg. What is the mass of an apple? A 500 g C 800 g B D B 750 g D 1 000 g 6 Figure 5 shows an animal.3 Figure 2 shows two types of living things. Figure 5 How does the animal in Figure 5 breathe? A Through skin Figure 2 B Through lungs Which of the following statements are true about C Through gills living things? D Through trachea structure I They breathe in oxygen. II They need space to live. 7 Which plant is not matched correctly to the III They need sunlight to grow. characteristics that protect it from its enemies? IV They need food and water to survive. Plant Characteristic A I, II and III only C I, III and IV only A Cactus Has thorns B I, II and IV only D I, II, III and IV B Bamboo Has fine hairs C Mushroom Produces poisonous substances4 Figure 3 shows the response of a plant to stimuli. D Pineapple Has fine hairs 8 Figure 6 shows a pupil reading the volume of water in a measuring cylinder.© PNI Neuron (M) Sdn. Bhd. (554690-H) 27
  2. 2. 12 Which of the following objects is not made of artificial leather? A C Figure 6 B D Which is the correct position of eye? A P C R B Q D S9 Figure 7 shows two groups of objects . 13 Which of the following are the characteristics of Mercury? Figure 7 I The smallest planet in the Solar System. Which of the following can be placed into M and N? II Does not have natural satellite. M N III The nearest planet to the Sun.A Bottle Key IV Does not have atmosphereB Umbrella Gold ring A I, II and III only C I, III and IV onlyC Tyre Mirror B I, II and IV only D II, III and IV onlyD Bag Scarf10 Figure 8 shows an investigation. 14 Figure 10 shows the tool used in the development in the fields of agriculture. Figure 8 Which statements are true based on the observation in Figure 8? I The triangle has a greater mass than the cube. II The mass of three triangles is equal to that of three cubes. III The mass of two cubes is equal to that of four triangles. Figure 10 IV If the mass of two cubes is 0.6 kg, the mass of Which of the following shows the development of each triangle is 300 g. technology from the past to present? A I and II only C II and IV only A Hoe → Plough → Tractor B I and III only D III and IV only B Tractor → Plough → Hoe C Plough → Hoe → Tractor11 Figure 9 shows a scorpion. D Hoe → Tractor → Plough 15 Which statement is not true about the Sun? A It is a star. B It is a planet. C It gives out heat and light. Figure 9 D It is the centre of the Solar System. What is the function of Z? A To protect itself 16 Which of the following can be used to measure length? B To drink water I Span III Metre ruler C To detect an enemy II Cubit IV Beam balance D To reproduce A I and II only C I, II and III only B II and IV only D I, III and IV only 28
  3. 3. 17 Plant X has the characteristic of poisonous leaf. Based on the information, what is plant X? A Yam plant B Rubber plant Figure 13 C Papaya plant Based on the information, what is X? D Pumpkin plant A C18 Figure 11 shows a metal spoon. B D Figure 11 Which of the following is true about the property of metal spoon? A Can be stretched B Floats on water C Conducts electricity D Allows light to pass through it 23 Figure 14 shows four growth of a butterfly.19 Figure 12 shows three objects. Figure 12 Figure 14 Which objects can be reused? Which of the following represents the correct order of A X and Y C Y and Z growth? B X and Z D X , Y and Z A P→Q→R→S B Q→P→S→R20 Which of the following statements are true about C R→S→P→Q asteroids? I Asteroids are giant snowball. D S→R→Q→P II Asteroids around the Sun. III Asteroids are huge chunks of rocks mixed with 24 Which of the following pairs is not true? metal. Plant Adaptation to natural IV Asteroids belt lies between Mars and Jupiter. A Bamboo Small and divided leaves A I, II and IV only C I, II and III only Has leaf which straighten B I, III and IV only D II, III and IV only B Maize plant during sunny days21 Which instrument can measure 3 m of milk most C Maple tree Loses it leaves accurately? Has waxy and waterproof D Yam plant A C leaves 25 Figure 15 shows a box is placed on the field. The grass under the box turns yellow after few days. B D Figure 15 What conclusion can be made?22 Figure 13 shows X has three characteristics. A The grass does not get sunlight. B The grass does not get water.© PNI Neuron (M) Sdn. Bhd. (554690-H) 27
  4. 4. C The grass does not get food. D The grass cannot breathe. 28 Which of the following iron nails will rust after a week?26 Figure 16 shows the breathing processes of M and N. A C B D Figure 16 Which of the following is true about M and N? 29 Which of the following is not true about the ways to M N prevent rusting?A Is hotter Is cooler Object Way to prevent rustingB Has more nitrogen Has less oxygen A Razor blade Cover with paperC Has more oxygen Has less oxygen B Paper clip Cover with paint Has more carbon Has less carbon D C Clothes hanger Cover with plastic dioxide dioxide D Tin food Coat with aluminium27 Which of the following animals wallowing in mud 30 Which of the following correctly represents the sizes holes to keep its body cool in a hot day? of the Sun, the Earth and the Moon? A C The Sun The Earth The Moon A Marble Ping pong ball Basketball B Basketball Marble Sago C Volley ball Marble Tennis ball D Sago Ping pong ball Basketball B D Section B Answer all the questions. [20 marks] Write your answers in the spaces provided.1 Figure 1 shows two types of plants. [2 marks] (c) Give two other plants that produce young plants in the same way as banana plants. [1 mark] 2 Figure 2 shows two objects in the Solar System. Figure 1 (a) What can you infer based on figure 1? [1 mark] (b) How do the above plants produce young plants? (i) P : (ii) Q : Figure 2 30
  5. 5. (a) What do objects X and Y represent? 4 Figure 3 shows two cloths of different sizes being (i) X : immersed in 250 m water. (ii) Y : [2 marks] (b) Describe how object Y looks like. [1 mark] (c) What is the similar characteristic of objects X Figure 3 and Y? (a) In this experiment, [1 mark] (i) what is changed? (ii) what is measured? (d) What will happen to the Earth’s surface if object [2 marks] X does not burn out completely? [1 mark] (b) Predict which container will contain less volume of water after the cloths are taken out.3 Four pupils measured the length of a table using [1 mark] different body parts. The results are recorded in Table 1. (c) Give one reason for your answer in (b). Total number of Total number of Pupil [1 mark] spans arm spans W 12 3 X 14 4 (d) What is the relationship between the size of Y 18 6 cloth and the volume of water left Z 16 5 in the beaker? Table 1 (a) What is your observation? [1 mark] [1 mark] (b) Predict which pupil has the longest arm. [1 mark] (c) Give one reason for your answer in (b). [1 mark] (d) State the thing that is (i) kept the same : (ii) changed : [2 marks]© PNI Neuron (M) Sdn. Bhd. (554690-H) 27

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