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Name: _____________________________

Science High School Entrance Exam Reviewer (Science)


Direction: Choose the letter of the best answer. Write the letter before
each number.

________1. You are asked by your teacher to prepare a solution in your


experiment. Which of the following mixtures will you choose?
A. Oil and water B. Sulfur and water C. Sand and water D.
Sugar and water
________2. Which of t he following mixtures is heterogeneous?
A. Sandwich B. Clean air C. Stainless steel D.
Oxygen in water
________3. Copper is a good material for cooking pans. What is the best
reason for this?
A. Copper is malleable and strong C. Copper is a good insulator off
electricity
B. Copper is a good conductor of heat D. Copper is light and
resistant to corrosion
________4. A compound is a chemical combination of 2 or more elements
therefore, which of the following samples is NOT its example?
A. Wet sugar B. White salt C. Fine starch D. Dry
gold
________5. Substance A when added to water caused the color of the blue
litmus paper to turn red. Which of the following is substance A?
A. Vinegar B. Sugar solution C. Table salt solution D.
Ammonia solution
________6. Which of the following is NOT a characteristic of metals?
A. Ductility B. Luster C. Conductivity D.
Brittleness
________7. One of the method in identifying the acidity or basicity of a
substance is by the use of the pH scale which extends from 0 to 14.
Using the scale which of the following is an example of a base?
A. Urine (5.5-7.0) C. Blood (7.4)
B. Lemon juice (2.1) D. Milk (6.3-6.6)
________8. Which of the following is NOT an organ of the circulatory
system?
A. Kidney B. Heart C. Blood D. Blood vessels
________9. Which of the following is the correct level of organization in an
organism?
A. Cell---Organ---Tissue----Organ system----Organism
B. Organism--- Organ---Organ system---Tissue---Cell
C. Cell---Tissue---Organ---Organ system---Organism
D. Organism---Cell---Tissue----Organ system---Organ
________10. You want to know how a blood cell looks like in your
experiment. Which of the following laboratory equipment will you use to
perform the task?
A. Telescope B. Microscope C. Magnifying lens D.
Binoculars
________11. Which of the following parts of the cell serve as storage of
water and food and also function in the excretion of waste materials?
A. Vesicles B. Cytoplasm C. Nucleus D. Plasma
membrane
________12. A green alga called Spirogyra that is found in fresh water
habitats undergoes a kind of reproduction to continue its own kind.
Which of the following is its way of reproduction?
A. Spore formation B. Regeneration C. Budding D.
Conjugation
________13. Which of the following organisms is considered as first-order
consumer?
RICE------ BIRD ------ HAWK ------PYTHON
A B C D
________14. When is an object considered to be in motion?
A. When its position changes with respect to a point of reference
B. When its distance changes with respect to a point of reference
C. When its direction changes with respect to a point of reference
A. I and II only B. I and III only C. II and III only D. I,
II and III only
For questions 15 and 16, refer to the table below. Data were obtained
from a 200-meter dash competition.
Female Recorded Time Male Athlete Recorded
Athlete Time
1 26.5 1 22.4
2 26.1 2 21.9
3 25.3 3 23.0
4 26.7 4 22.6

________15. Which of the following statements is/are true?


I. The male athletes are faster than the female athletes.
II. Compared to the speed of the fastest male athlete, the
average speed of the fastest female athlete is slightly less.
A. I only B. II only C. Both I and II D.
Neither I nor II
________16. How do you compute for the average speed of each athlete?
A. Multiply 200 meters by the recorded time of travel.
B. Divide 200 meters by the recorded time of travel.
C. Divide the recorded time of travel by 200 meters.
D. Divide 200 meters by twice the recorded time of travel.

________17. Which of the following objects will produce sound?


A. Soft objects B. Radio stations C. Vibrating objects D.
Objects under pressure
________18. ROYGBIV is the basic component of white light. Which color of
light carries the most energy?
A. Blue B. Green C. Orange D. Red
________19. What is really meant when we say an appliance “uses up”
electricity?
A. The current disappears
B. The main power supply voltage is lowered.
C. Electrons are taken out of the circuit and put somewhere else.
D. The potential energy of electrons is charged into another form.
________20. Refer to the choices in No. 19; In which setup/s will the bulb
light?
A. A only B. B only C. C only D. A, B, and C
________21. What is the basis for the division of the layers of the
atmosphere surrounding the earth?
A. Changing temperature C. Changing weather
pattern
B. Changing amount of oxygen D. Changing composition
of gases
________22. In which atmospheric layer is most water vapor found?
A. Troposphere B. Stratosphere C. Mesosphere D.
Thermosphere
________23. Why do hikers put on thicker clothes when climbing a high
mountain?
A. For protection against insect bites
B. The air temperature decreases with altitude
C. So they can easily be located when they get lost
D. To add more weight so they will not be pushed by the wind
________24. What is the correct order of earth’s atmospheric layers from
bottom to top?
A. Stratosphere—Mesosphere—Troposphere—Thermosphere—
Exosphere
B. Stratosphere—Troposphere—Thermosphere—Mesosphere---
Exosphere
C. Troposphere—Mesosphere—Stratosphere—Thermosphere—
Exosphere
D. Troposphere—Stratosphere—Mesosphere---Thermosphere—
Exosphere
________25. In which of the following location is a tropical rainforest
probably located?
A. 0° latitude B. 10° S C. 60°N D. 90°S
________26. When is an object considered to be in motion?
I. When its position changes with respect to a point of
reference.
II. When its distance changes with respect to a point of
reference.
III. When its direction changes with respect to a point of
reference.
A. I and II only C. II and III only
B. I and III only D. I, II and III
________27. Which of the following graphs shows that the object’s motion
is accelerating?
A C

B D
________28. Which of the following is an example of velocity?
A. 259 meter C. 200 km/hr
B. 100 meter/second D. 320 km/hr going South of
Capiz
________29. Which of the following is true about the object that travels 5
meters to the left, then 2 meters up, then another 5 meters to the right?
A. The total distance travelled of the object is equal to 12
meters.
B. The displacement if the of the object is equal to
12meters.
C. The total distance travelled by the object is equal to 12
meters down.
D. The displacement of the object is equal to 12 meters
down.
________30. The graph shows the process made by turtle moving along a
straight line.

If the turtle keeps moving at the same speed, how long will it take
to travel 12 cm?
A. 12 seconds C. 25 seconds
B. 20 seconds D. 30 seconds
________31. Energy from the sun reaches the earth through
A. Ultraviolet waves C. Mechanical waves
B. Infrared waves D. Electromagnetic waves
________32. Which of the following is good conductor of heat?
A. glass B. porcelain C. metals D. head
rubber
________33. Steel gets discoloured in air because of the presence of which
of the following gases in air?
A. Oxygen B. Hydrogen Sulphide C. Carbon Dioxide D.
Nitrogen
________34. Which of the following is used in pencils?
A. graphite B. silicon C. charcoal D. phosphorus
________35. The gas usually filled in electric bulb is _____
A. nitrogen B. hydrogen C. carbon dioxide D. oxygen
________36. Which of the gases below is not known as a greenhouse gas?
A. methane B. nitrous oxide C. carbon dioxide D.
hydrogen
________37. The element common to all acids.
A. hydrogen B. nitrous oxide C. Carbon D. oxygen
________38. What is the laughing gas?
A. Nitrous oxide B. Carbon monoxide C. carbon dioxide
D. hydrogen
________39. Diamond is an allotropic form of :
A. carbon B. silicon C. sulphur D. hydrogen
________40. Air is a/an:
A. mixture B. electrolyte C. element D. compound