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B.E.C.E likely integrated science questions and answers for 2020

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These are some of the likely questions for the BECE exam.

SECTION A (OBJECTIVE ASPECT)

1. An example of a third class lever is

A. wheelbarrow

B. sugar tongs

C. pair of scissors

D. crowbar


2. The release of a mature egg from an ovary into the fallopian tube in humans is called

A. copulation

B. ejaculation

C. menstruation

D. ovulation


3. The blood vessel that carries oxygenated blood from the lungs to the heart is known as

A. pulmonary artery

B. pulmonary vein

C. vena cava

D. aorta


4. An example of a plant micro-nutrient is

A. calcium

B. copper

C. magnesium

D. potassium


5. What is the colour of the neutral wire in a three-pin plug?

A. Blue

B. Brown

C. Green

D. Yellow


6. In the pin-hole camera, the image formed is always

A. erect and bright

B. erect and blurred

C. inverted and real

D. inverted and virtual


7. The part of the flower that develops into a fruit is the

A. ovary

B. ovule

C. stamen

D. style


8. The number of elements in the compound Ca(OH)2 is

A. 2

B. 3

C. 4

D. 5


9. The reason why alum is added to water during treatment is to

A. kill germs

B. give taste to water

C. make water colourless

D. make suspended particles settle


10. Which of the following animal parasites could be controlled by hand picking?

A. Liver fluke

B. Tapeworm

C. Tick

D. Roundworm


11. A stick which is partially immersed in water appeared to be bent due to

A. absorption

B. reflection

C. refraction

D. transmission


12. One difference between metals and non-metals is that metals

A. have low density

B. are not malleable

C. have luster

D. have low melting points.


13. The cultivation of different crops on different plots of a farmland in a definite cycle is called

A. land rotation

B. shifting cultivation

C. crop rotation

D. mixed cropping


14. Iodine deficiency in humans could result in a disorder known as

A. diabetes

B. goiter

C. kwashiorkor

D. scurvy


15. A substance is termed combustible if it

A. easily catches fire

B. dissolves common salt

C. sublimes at room temperature

D. boils at 100°C.


16. Micro-organisms that cause diseases are collectively called

A. bacteria

B. infections

C. pathogens

D. viruses


17. Which type of energy is lost when sweat evaporates from the human body?

A. Sound energy

B. Mechanical energy

C. Chemical energy

D. Heat energy


18. Which of the following gases is involved in the rusting of iron?

A. Hydrogen

B. Oxygen

C. Nitrogen

D. Carbon dioxide


19. The feeling of soil between fingers is used to determine the

A. texture of the soil

B. drainage of the soil

C. capillarity of the soil

D. water holding capacity of the soil.


20. Sodium hydroxide is an example of a base because it

A. has sour taste

B. has a pH less than 7

C. turns wet blue litmus paper red

D. turns wet red litmus paper blue


 21. Which of the following plants has its leaves modified for storing food?

A. Ginger

B. Onion

C. Pineapple

D. Tomato


22. Gases enter and leave the leaf of a plant through the

A. mesophyll cells

B. stomata

C. pith

D. palisade cells


23. Which of the following vegetable crops is cultivated for its leaves?

A. Carrrot

B. Lettuce

C. Okro

D. Pepper


24. An example of a body that does not produce its own light is the

A. moon

B. sun

C. star

D. fire fly


25. Which of the following devices converts electrical energy into sound energy?

A. Electric heater

B. Electric fan

C. Washing machine

D. Loudspeaker


26. Transplanting of young seedlings is usually done in the evening because

A. darkness promotes rapid growth

B. seedlings require less nutrients

C. pest attack is minimal

D. transpiration is minimal


27. A mixture of sugar and water could be separated by

A. decantation

B. evaporation

C. filtration

D. sublimation


28. Which of the following processes results in the formation of new substances?

A. Cooling water to form ice

B. Adding saliva to cooked yam

C. Dissolving sugar in water

D. Mixing iron dust and sand


29. Photosynthesis is important to living organisms because it produces

A. glucose and oxygen

B. glucose and carbon dioxide

C. oxygen and carbon dioxide

D. water and carbon dioxide


30. Global warming is caused by the

A. circulation of oxygen in the atmosphere

B. excessive release of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere

C. release of hydrogen into the atmosphere

D. circulation of nitrogen in the atmosphere


31. The warning and safety signs on chemical containers are usually represented by a symbol placed within a

A. circle

B. rectangle

C. square

D. triangle


32. In which of the following structures in a living cell is cellulose found?

A. Chloroplast

B. Mitochondrion

C. Cell membrane

D. Cell wall


33. Elements that could easily lose electrons to form cations are

A. metals

B. non-metals

C. semi-metals

D. noble gases


34. The conversion of agricultural produce from its original form to other desirable forms is termed

A. preservation

B. processing

C. recycling

D. storage


35. The function of the hair in the nose of humans is to

A. make breathing easier

B. keep nose moist

C. filter dust from the air breathed in

D. keep the nose warm


36. A metal that is used as a thermometric liquid is

A. aluminium

B. copper

C. mercury

D. silver


37. The joule is the S.I unit for

A. energy

B. force

C. power

D. pressure


38. Which of the following gases supports combustion?

A. Hydrogen

B. Oxygen

C. Carbon dioxide

D. Carbon monoxide


39. The form of energy which flows from one point to another due to temperature differences is known as

A. mechanical energy

B. heat energy

C. solar energy

D. nuclear energy


40. Which of the following resources does not produce energy?

A. Coal

B. Sand

C. Water

D. Wind


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SECTION A ASPECT ANSWERS

1. B. sugar tongs

2. D. ovulation

3. B. pulmonary vein

4. B. copper

5. A. Blue

6. C. inverted and real

7. A. ovary

8. B. 3

9. D. make suspended particles settle

10. C. Tick

11. C. refraction

12. C. have luster

13. C. crop rotation

14. B. goiter

15. A. easily catches fire

16. C. pathogens

17. D. Heat energy

18. B. Oxygen

19. A. texture of the soil

20. D. turns wet red litmus paper blue

21. B. Onion

22. B. stomata

23. B. Lettuce

24. A. moon

25. D. Loudspeaker

26. D. transpiration is minimal

27. B. evaporation

28. B. Adding saliva to cooked yam

29. A. glucose and oxygen

30. B. excessive release of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere

31. D. triangle

32. D. Cell wall

33. A. metals

34. B. processing

35. C. filter dust from the air breathed in

36. C. mercury

37. A. energy

38. B. Oxygen

39. B. heat energy

40. B. Sand

SECTION B (THEORY ASPECT)


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Top Comments
Guzzpersmedia · 06/24/2020
very useful
LordEkufful · 06/26/2020
I tried 1 to 7. A D A A C C B
GUEST_JMKvnaRD9 · 06/26/2020
thnks
GUEST_LlrOPxjkk · 06/25/2020
cool one but I think it wont appear in the BECE

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