GENED7 PRELIM
  • 1. what is the spark that led scientific revolution?
A) the passion and curiosity of the scientists
B) invention of printing machine
C) early scientists findings about the world
D) The appearance of great thinkers/scientists
  • 2. Science includes ideas, theories and all available systematic explanation and observations about the natural and physical world
A) Science as an idea
B) Science as a body of knowledge
C) Science as a personal and social activity
D) Science as an intellectual activity
  • 3. What is the meaning of Commentariolus?
A) none of these
B) The Commentaries
C) Small commentary
D) Big commentary
  • 4. What book of Charles Darwin is published on 1589?
A) Man from Apes
B) The Origin of Species
C) The descent of Man
D) Epitome
  • 5. Science is a subject or discipline or a field of study that deals with the process of learning about the natural and physical world.
A) Science as a body of knowledge
B) Science as a personal and social activity
C) Science as an intellectual activity
D) Science as an idea
  • 6. _______'s ideas were example of thought experiment.
A) Sigmund Freud
B) Charles Darwin
C) Nicolaus Copernicus
D) Robert Peary
  • 7. Science encompasses a systematic and practical study of the natural and physical world involving systematic observations and experimentation
A) Science as an idea
B) Science as an intellectual activity
C) Science as a personal and social activity
D) Science as a body of knowledge
  • 8. why did early scientists embark on the discovery of science?
A) because they want to earn money
B) because of their curiosity
C) because they just want to
D) because they want to be famous
  • 9. Which of the following has contributed to the study of human mind?
A) Sigmund Freud
B) none of these
C) Nicolaus Copernicus
D) Charles Darwin
  • 10. Who said that YOU came from monkeys?
A) Sigmund Freud
B) Nicolaus Copernicus
C) none of these
D) Charles Darwin
  • 11. This explains that science is both knowledge and activities done by human beings to develop better understanding of the world around them.
A) Science as a personal and social activity
B) Science as an idea
C) Science as an intellectual activity
D) Science as a body of knowledge
  • 12. what is the name of the scientist that published a book called De revolutionibus orbium coelestium?
A) Nicolaus Copernicus
B) Sigmund Freud
C) none of these
D) Charles Darwin
  • 13. The book _______ claimed that human came from a single-celled organism that has evolved in various way and has become what we are today.
A) The origin of Species
B) The Descent of Man
C) The Origin of Man
D) The descent of Species
  • 14. the idea of scientific revolution is said to have started where?
A) America
B) Antartica
C) Asia
D) Europe
  • 15. ______ is a scientific way to study the human mind and neurotic illnesses
A) Psychotherapy
B) Psychopath
C) Psychoanalysis
D) Psychology
  • 16. The Mayan civilization is well-known for their studies of _______.
A) astronomy
B) education
C) geology
D) architecture
  • 17. the Incan civilization is a cannibalistic.
A) mangopya pa ko sir
B) false
C) true
D) ask ko muna sa GC
  • 18. This is a form of Aztec technology for agricultural farming in which the land was divided into rectangular areas and surrounded by canals
A) chinampa
B) mica
C) canoe
D) quipu
  • 19. the Mayan civilization is one of the world's first civilization to use a writing system known as the Mayan ____.
A) Selune
B) Elegy
C) hieroglyphics
D) pictography
  • 20. What crop does the aztec civilization value highly?
A) corn
B) wheat
C) cacao
D) mango
  • 21. What is the resource that the Incas have that made Spain invade them?
A) silver
B) water
C) technology
D) gold
  • 22. The first suspension bridge was developed by what civilization?
A) inca
B) maya
C) aztec
D) palawenio
  • 23. What civilization is believed to be the first people to produce rubber products?
A) aztec
B) inca
C) maya
D) Filipino
  • 24. what civilization has a record of having an irrigation system and technique for storing water for their crops to grow in all types of land?
A) korean
B) inca
C) aztec
D) maya
  • 25. What mineral did Mayan use to create a rainbow of glittery paints?
A) gold
B) Mica
C) Berilium
D) stardust
  • 26. Maya, Inca, and Aztec is situated where?
A) Africa
B) Mesoamerica
C) Asia
D) Europe
  • 27. Why does the Incan civilization value cacao beans?
A) Because their favorite dessert is chocolate
B) Because they use it as a tribute to their gods
C) They use it as a seasoning for human meat
D) Because they always drink cocoa in their everyday life
  • 28. Quipu originated from what civilization?
A) chinese
B) aztec
C) inca
D) maya
  • 29. Canoe originated from what civilization?
A) japanese
B) inca
C) maya
D) aztec
  • 30. What does "meso" means in MesoAmerica?
A) west
B) south
C) east
D) north
  • 31. Africans has used 3 types of calendars, the Lunar, Solar, and the Stellar. Which of the following use the moon as the basis?
A) Lunar
B) secret
C) Solar
D) Stellar
  • 32. _____ is the scientist that gave his name to the concept of algorithm
A) ibn Sina
B) Abu Ali al Hasan ibn al-Haytham
C) Jabir ibn Hayyan
D) Muhammad ibn MUsa Al-Khwarizmi
  • 33. Africans has used 3 types of calendars, the Lunar, Solar, and the Stellar. Which of the following use the stars as the basis?
A) secret
B) Stellar
C) Lunar
D) Solar
  • 34. What civilization started Geometry?
A) Philippines
B) China
C) Africa
D) Egypt
  • 35. _____ is the scientist that discovered the contagious nature of infectious disease.
A) Abu Ali al Hasan ibn al-Haytham
B) Muhammad ibn MUsa Al-Khwarizmi
C) ibn Sina
D) Jabir ibn Hayyan
  • 36. The ancient medicine of Egypt is said to be a product of what?
A) Kulam
B) Alchemy
C) Curse
D) Magic
  • 37. The Egyptian has devised a paper or something to write on using what plant?
A) Papyrus
B) Bamboo
C) Water lily
D) Tawa-tawa
  • 38. Aryabhata, an indian astronomer and mathematician has introduced a number of trigonometric functions, tables, as well as algorithms of algebra in his work called ______
A) Boddhisavata
B) Vajra
C) Aryabhatiya
D) Arhat
  • 39. Who was the scientist that pioneered the science of experimental science and was the first physician to conduct clinical trials?
A) Jabir ibn Hayyan
B) ibn Sina
C) Muhammad ibn MUsa Al-Khwarizmi
D) Abu Ali al Hasan ibn al-Haytham
  • 40. The Egyptian's knowledge of medicine can be seen on their ______.
A) Mummies
B) Papyrus
C) Hieroglyphs
D) Scorpion king
  • 41. This civilization in asia is known for their use of different plants and animals to cure human illnesses.
A) Korea
B) Japan
C) China
D) India
  • 42. _____ is the scientist that is regarded as the Father of Early Chemistry
A) Abu Ali al Hasan ibn al-Haytham
B) Jabir ibn Hayyan
C) Muhammad ibn MUsa Al-Khwarizmi
D) ibn Sina
  • 43. ______ is the scientist that is regarded as the Father of Optics
A) Abu Ali al Hasan ibn al-Haytham
B) Jabir ibn Hayyan
C) ibn Sina
D) Muhammad ibn MUsa Al-Khwarizmi
  • 44. the Indians tried to standardize measureent of length to a higher degree of accuracy and design a ruler called ______
A) Susruta Samhita
B) Ayurveda
C) Mohenjodaro
D) Boddhisavata
  • 45. What is the name of the river that flows in Egypt that supported their development?
A) Nile River
B) Mississippi river
C) Tigris River
D) Euphrates River
  • 46. What product of India is held in high regard and is considered to be the best?
A) metallurgy
B) iron steel
C) Medicine
D) astronomy
  • 47. _____ is an ancient texts that describes different surgical and other medicinal procedures famous in India
A) Susruta Samhita
B) Boddhisavata
C) Ayurveda
D) Mohenjodaro
  • 48. ____ is a system of traditional medicine in ancient india
A) Susruta Samhita
B) Ayurveda
C) Mohenjodaro
D) Boddhisavata
  • 49. What artifact is discovered in Africa that is believed as a tool for calculation?
A) Lebombo bone
B) abacus
C) Mohenjodaro
D) Papyrus
  • 50. What civilization in Asia has contributed in S&T by their way of paper making?
A) China
B) India
C) Egypt
D) Philippines
  • 51. Which department/council promotes the science and technology here in the Philippines?
A) NRCP
B) PGRC
C) DOST
D) ASDF
  • 52. Who have first established a school for boys and girls and introduced concept of subjects and disciplines in Philippines?
A) Korean
B) Spanish
C) Japanese
D) American
  • 53. What is the goal of ASEAN 2015?
A) Prepare the whole country for technological development
B) prepare the whole country for COVID19
C) Prepare to fight against unemployment
D) Prepare to do war
  • 54. What language is encouraged using at schools?
A) Filipino
B) Cuyunon
C) English
D) Spanish
  • 55. What republic act refers to the Government procurement act?
A) RA2194
B) RA9184
C) RA 9218
D) RA 9576
  • 56. ____ is the program that encourages Filipino scientists abroad to work back here in the Philippines and provides support for them?
A) balik bata program
B) balik Pilpinas program
C) balik scientist program
D) Balik-bayan program
  • 57. Supporting the study about the human DNA falls under what policy?
A) Medical, chemical and pharmaceutical sciences
B) Physics, Engineering, and Industrial Research, earth and space sciences, and mathematics
C) Social science, humanities, education, international policies and governance
D) Biological sciences, agriculture, and forestry
  • 58. How did the Philippines further improve the awareness of the citizens about Science and Technology?
A) by importing new technologies from other countries here in the Philippines
B) by implementing programs, projects and policies to boost science and technology
C) by adding more koreanovelas in the TV for the Filipinos to watch
D) by asking help from developed countries to invest in technology here in the Philippines
  • 59. Who is the Filipino scientist known for researching sea snail venom?
A) Rafael D. Guerrero
B) Ramon Cabanos Barba
C) Lourdes J. Cruz
D) Enrique Mapua Ostrea
  • 60. After WW2, the New Republic of the Philippines has focused on the development of what?
A) Mineral resources
B) sea resources
C) Foreign resources
D) human resources
  • 61. Giving importance to degrees, licenses and employment opportunities for Filipinos falls under what policy?
A) Physics, Engineering, and Industrial Research, earth and space sciences, and mathematics
B) Social science, humanities, education, international policies and governance
C) Medical, chemical and pharmaceutical sciences
D) Biological sciences, agriculture, and forestry
  • 62. Who is the Filipino scientist known for researching tissue culture in Philippine mango?
A) Ramon Cabanos Barba
B) Lourdes J. Cruz
C) Rafael D. Guerrero
D) Enrique Mapua Ostrea
  • 63. How does global warming and climate change affect the world?
A) all of these
B) by increasing the chances of droughts and floods
C) by making typhoons much stronger and dangerous
D) by making it hard to harvest crops
  • 64. NRCP has how many policies to prepare Philippines to meet the ASEAN goal of 2015?
A) 1
B) 4
C) 3
D) 5
  • 65. Whom did the early Filipinos learned the value of cleanliness and proper hygiene?
A) Spanish
B) Korean
C) Chinese
D) American
  • 66. what is the fund used to improve scientific productivity and technological capability of the Philippines after WW2?
A) Overseas Development Allocation
B) National Budget
C) Operational development Fund
D) Overall development budget
  • 67. What is the name of the big ship that is used for trade in the past?
A) Oda
B) Balangay
C) montenegro
D) Galleon
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