Common Entrance Revision: 30 average and harder questions
KS3 Levels 4 and 5

1. What part of a cell releases energy?

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2. Which of the following statements is true:

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3. Which of the following are examples of chemical changes

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4. Arachnids’ are another name for which kind of animal

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5. What would be the effect on a habitat if all the herbivores suddenly died out

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6. Is water an element compound or mixture?

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7. Glucose + oxygen      →    carbon dioxide   +  water + energy
The word equation above describes which biological process?

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8. Which of the energy changes below represents that which takes place in an electric motor?

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9. A liquid with a pH of 6 would be described as …..

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10. Two magnets, when brought near each other are found to REPEL.
If the pole of one magnet is north what is the other pole?

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11. Word equations for 4 different reactions are shown.
Which of them is an example of a neutralization reaction?

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12. Some copper foil is heated in a sealed test tube until the copper stops changing colour. What gas remains in the test tube?

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13. Name a food which is a good source of carbohydrate:

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14. The circuit diagram shows 4 components

circuit1What changes would you notice to this circuit if you placed your hand over component B making it darker?   (Tick all that apply)

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15. Pick an neutral oxide from the list

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16. What colour is copper sulphate?

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17. Which would be the best material to make a cheap washing-up bowl that’s easy to carry around.

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18. Name an organ which helps digest food

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19. and-circuit-2What kind of circuit is this?

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20. ARTHROPODS are animals that have which features?

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21. Peter has three coloured felt pens which he labelled A, B and C.
He used the apparatus below to separate the dyes used to make colours from each of the pens.

Which pen has an ink made from 4 dyes mixed together?Chromatography_tank2

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22. What object is at the centre of our solar system

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23. Microbes are tiny living organisms

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24. What conditions from its environment does a seedling need to help it grow?

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25. Some salt is dissolved in warm water.
What do we call the liquid remaining in the beaker?

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26. Put the statements about the human life cycle into the correct order:
A: Puberty :B Birth C: Adolescence D: Childhood
E: Adult

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27. body5What is the name of organ ‘H’

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28. A liquid with a pH of 2 would be described as …..

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29. What process would be best used to obtain pure water from sea water?

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30. A man was using a crowbar to move a stone.
Unfortunately the stone was still too heavy  for the man to move.

crowbarTo make the stone easier to move should he use a longer or shorter crowbar?

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