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# Learn and Test: The Ultimate High School Science Quiz Challenge

## Science Quiz for High School Students

This challenging science quiz is designed to test high school students' knowledge of intermediate science through a series of thought-provoking multiple-choice questions. By participating in this quiz, students have the opportunity to discover new scientific concepts, learn more about various branches of science, and put their knowledge to the test in a competitive environment. The quiz aims to spark curiosity, encourage critical thinking, and foster a deeper understanding of scientific principles among high school students. So, get ready to embark on a rewarding journey of discovery, learning, and testing your scientific knowledge in this exciting science quiz challenge!

• The metal with reddish brown colour is …………..
a) Copper
b) Silver
c) Iron
d) Sulfur
• Is the symbol of a hazardous substance that is …………..
a) Flammable
b) Irritant
c) Explosive
d) Biohazardous
• This laboratory equipment is called …………..
a) Test tube
c) Measuring cylinder
d) Beaker
• When you fully close the air-hole of a laboratory gas burner, you will get a/an …………..
• The symbol of the S.I unit of length is …………..
a) cm
b) m
c) mm
d) km
• One tonne is equivalent to …………..
a) 1000 kg
b) 10,000 g
c) 100 kg
d) 10,000 kg
• 1ms is equivalent to …………..
a) 0.1 s
b) 0.01 s
c) 0.001 s
d) 10 s
• The smallest division on the vernier calipers is …………..
a) 0.1 cm
b) 0.01 cm
c) 0.01 mm
d) 0.1 mm
• The S.I unit of area is …………..
a) km2
b) cm2
c) m2
d) m3
• The density of sand is …………..
a) 1,00 g/cm3
b) 0.95 g/cm3
c) 1.60 g/cm3
d) 0.85 g/cm3
• An alcohol thermometer has a scale ranging from …………..
a) -10 ⁰C to 78 ⁰C
b) 0 ⁰C to 110 ⁰C
c) 0 ⁰C to 100 ⁰C
d) 10 ⁰C to 78 ⁰C
• Pine is an example of a …………..
a) Flowering plant reproducing by seeds
b) Non flowering plant reproducing by seeds
c) Flowering plant reproducing by spores
d) Non flowering plant reproducing by spores
• Amphibians are …………..
a) Warm blooded vertebrates
b) Warm blooded invertebrates
c) Cold blooded invertebrates
d) Cold blooded vertebrates
• A hard exoskeleton covers the body of …………..
a) Annelids
b) Molluscs
c) Athropods
d) Invertebrates
• The smallest disease-causing organism known is …………..
a) Bacteria
b) Fungi
c) Micro organisms
d) Virus
• Ringworm is caused by …………..
a) Virus
b) Bacteria
c) Spores
d) Fungi
• The characteristic of living things responsible for releasing energy from food is …………..
a) Nutrition
b) Excretion
c) Respiration
d) Reproduction
• In the particulate model of matter, the particles in liquids are …………..
a) Far apart and weakly attracted
b) Far apart and arranged in a fixed pattern
c) Packed closely and attracted to each other
d) Packed closely and strongly attracted to each other
• Metals are generally …………..
a) Shiny and can be polished
b) Usually dull
c) Non-ductile
d) Of low density
• A metal that exists as liquid at room temperature is …………..
a) Gallium
b) Graphite
c) Mercury
d) Iron
• A metal that melts when held in the palm of your hand is …………..
a) Carbon
b) Gold
c) Gallium
d) Copper
• The hardest natural substance is …………..
a) Graphite
b) Iron
c) Copper
d) Diamond
• The substance that is used for vulcanization is …………..
a) Graphite
b) Iron
c) Copper
d) Sulfur
• Sugar is a compound of …………..
a) Sodium, oxygen and hydrogen
b) Carbon, hydrogen and oxygen
c) Carbon, sodium and hydrogen
d) Carbon, oxygen and sodium
• Chlorine gas is …………..
a) Bluish yellow
b) Greenish yellow
c) Colourless
d) Greyish
• The hissing sound you hear when you open a can of soft drink is caused by the release of …………..
a) Oxygen
b) Hydrogen
c) Nitrogen
d) Carbon dioxide
• A solution cannot be formed by …………..
a) Oil and water
b) Sugar and water
c) Detergent and water
d) Coffee power and water
• The large knob of a microscope …………..
a) Adjusts the focus for a sharper image
b) Moves the stage for a clearer image
c) Reflects light into the microscope
d) Increases the magnification for viewing
• All chemical reactions in an animal cell takes place in …………..
a) The cell membrane
b) Vacuoles
c) Nucleus
d) Cytoplasm
• In plant cells the vacuole …………..
a) Stores water and other nutrients
b) Controls cell activities
c) Protects the cell
d) Makes food
• In plant cells the chloroplasts are found in the …………..
a) Cytoplasm
b) Vacuole
c) Nucleus
d) Cell membrane