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This quiz includes everything you would have learnt as a year seven student in Woodford County High for the end of year tests

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Question 1

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Why should you always listen to teachers always and especially when they are demonstrating practicals?
Answer
  • So you can eat jelly for lunch.
  • So you can impress, and make people admire you.
  • So you don't put your safety and other students safety at risk and your teacher doesn't have to explain twice taking up your practical time.
  • So you get a house point for doing things you should do anyway.

Question 2

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What is an independent variable?
Answer
  • The thing that we change.
  • The thing that we measure
  • The variable that doesn't need you and has nothing to do with you.
  • the 'y' axis on a graph

Question 3

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What is the dependent variable?
Answer
  • The thing that needs you and if you don't look after it, it faints.
  • The thing that we measure.
  • The things that stay the same.
  • H20

Question 4

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What is the control variable?
Answer
  • The things that stay the same.
  • The big fat boss.
  • The prat of the lot which is big git.
  • The choreographer.

Question 5

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What are the seven living processes
Answer
  • Moronism Racketism Sophisticated Granada Reliability E N
  • Movement Respiration Sensitivity Growth Reproduction Excretion Nutrition

Question 6

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What is the vacuole full of?
Answer
  • jelly-like substance.
  • water.
  • Cytoplasm
  • Chloroplasts

Question 7

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What do you need the iodine for when setting up a microscope?
Answer
  • To iodise it.
  • So it squirms in pain.
  • So the sample you want to see in detail gets stained so you can see it clearer.
  • So when you put the coverslip on, it makes a pop sound like a bubble.

Question 8

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Why is nicotine bad for you?
Answer
  • Because it is highly addictive and if you don't have it and you crave it, you will feel miserable and depressed.
  • Because it rots you from the inside out.
  • Because it makes you lose your sanity.
  • Because it is not only bad for you, but for others around you.

Question 9

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Who invented/found out the laws of gravity?
Answer
  • Bruno Mars and Mark Ronson.
  • Ella Eyre.
  • Isaac Newton.
  • Neil Armstrong.

Question 10

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What is the pivot?
Answer
  • The moving point of something( i.e:door hinge)
  • The place where we hold (i.e door handle)
  • The place that carries the weight (i.e the seat of a sea-saw)
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