AIC Science for JS 1 Entrance Exam
  • 1. The process by which water molecules escape into the atmosphere when heated is called?
A) evaporation
B) condensation
C) distillation
D) filtration
  • 2. The movement of water molecule from a region of higher concentration to a region of lower concentration through a semi-permeable membrane is called ______ ?
A) diffusion
B) condensation
C) distillation
D) osmosis
  • 3. The movement of molecules from a region of higher concentration to a region of lower concentration is known as ___________ ?
A) distillation
B) osmosis
C) condensation
D) diffusion
  • 4. The male sex cell is produced from ________________ ?
A) testicles
B) scrotum sac
C) urethra
D) penis
  • 5. The new cell formed by the union of male and female sex gametes is known as a _____________
A) foetus
B) embryo
C) baby
D) zygote
  • 6. The union of male and female sex cell is called ____________
A) fertilization
B) baby
C) foetus
D) embryo
  • 7. In plant, photosynthesis occurs in _______________
A) nucleus
B) cytoplasm
C) chloroplast
D) ribosome
  • 8. The green pigment found in plants leaves is __________
A) chlorophyll
B) chloroplast
C) cell wall
D) cellulose
  • 9. What type of energy is required to activate photosynthesis?
A) light
B) translational
C) kinetic
D) thermal
  • 10. The leaf has a broad surface because_________
A) it has a large surface area to absorb light
B) it enables the plants to control its temperature
C) it allows space for insects to land
D) it can absorb lots of oxygen
  • 11. The hottest layer of the Earth’s atmosphere is ____
A) troposphere
B) stratosphere
C) exosphere
D) thermosphere
  • 12. The coldest layer of the Earth’s atmosphere is known as the _______
A) stratosphere
B) exosphere
C) troposphere
D) mesosphere
  • 13. The amount of oxygen present in water is an indication of the ______
A) strongness
B) neatness
C) healthiness
D) dirtiness
  • 14. The coast of Nigeria is one of the endangered environments in the world due to __________.
A) recreational activities
B) huge water
C) oil spillage
D) heavy
  • 15. Man belongs to a group of animals called ________ .
A) monera
B) primitives
C) kingdom
D) primates
  • 16. Changes in non-living things are classified into _____ and _______ changes.
A) growth and maturity
B) physical and chemical
C) skeletal and muscular
D) reversible and non-reversible
  • 17. The _________ make up more than one -half of our total body weight.
A) skeletal and muscular
B) respiratory
C) digestive
D) circulatory
  • 18. The two types of muscles are ____ .
A) posterior and anterior
B) tendons and cartilage
C) thick and soft
D) voluntary and involuntary
  • 19. Food gets into our blood stream through the special structures called ______ in the wall of intestine.
A) villi
B) artery
C) vein
D) aorta
  • 20. The main parts of the circulatory system include the following except ______
A) arteries
B) capillaries
C) veins
D) villi
  • 21. The following except one form the respiratory system.
A) trachea
B) neck
C) lungs
D) bronchi
  • 22. The stage in life at which the reproductive organs mature is called ________ .
A) child
B) old age
C) puberty
D) adult
  • 23. _________ is the definite temperature at which the liquid state of matter changes to gaseous state.
A) selling point
B) boiling point
C) sublimation
D) vaporization
  • 24. Clotting of blood occurs by the activities of ______.
A) platelets
B) plasma
C) serum
D) red blood cell
  • 25. Diseases can be prevented by adequate sanitation and _________.
A) commemoration
B) immunization
C) internalisation
D) demoralisation
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