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SCIENCE 6 PRE - TEST S.Y. 2021-2022

Quiz by Charmaine Perio

Grade 6
Philippines Curriculum: Grades K-10 (MELC)

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  • Q1

    1. Which refers to a change in position with respect to a reference point?





  • Q2

    2. What do you think is the reason why a speed of 10 km/h is required at school zones?

    to keep the children safe from vehicular accidents

    to prevent vehicles from bumping into one another

    to save on fuel

    to prevent damage to vehicles

  • Q3

    3. Motion is defined as changed in position of an object. Which does NOT demonstrate


    ball rolling on the floor

    picture from on the wall

    girl dancing on the stage

    boy playing at the park       

  • Q4

    4. A bus along a street travelled 150 kilometers in 3 hours. What is the average speed?

    20 km/h

    40 km/h

    60 km/h

    50 km/h         

  • Q5

    5. Which of the following is a good conductor of electricity?





  • Q6

    6. Anthony is an electrician in one company. In his province, he is required to use rubbers and gloves when working. Why?

    Rubber are electrical insulators that can keep away from electric shockwave.

    Rubber works as a good electrical conductor.

    Gloves are considered as a thermal conductor

    Rubber materials allow electricity and heat to flow easily.

  • Q7

    7. Why is electrical wiring usually covered with layers of plastic?

    to make it safe         

    to make it strong

    to help electricity flow along the wire.

    to make it look pretty           

  • Q8

    8. The following materials use conductors of heat and electricity to function EXCEPT one. Which is it?

    water heater

    lighted electric bulb

    lighted candle        

    washing machine

  • Q9

    9. Which of the following produces heat?

    looking at fire           

    rubbing one’s palms together

    looking at someone

    opening one’s mouth

  • Q10

    10. Transparent materials allow light to passthrough. Which group of objects composed of transparent materials?

    colored cellophane, gelatin, tinted window

    flower, plastic bottle, booth

    clear water, magnifying lens, eyeglasses

    white sock, umbrella, plastic ball 

  • Q11

    11. Opaque materials do not transmit light at all. Which group of objects composed of opaque materials?

    metal, wooden table, soap

    lenses, plastic cover, book

    glass center table, tree, book

    glass, ceramic, plastic plate

  • Q12

    12. Which is the material that does not allow light to pass through, instead it just reflects or absorbs light?





  • Q13

    13.Imagine a simple circuit with one 1.5 volts battery and a bulb. When the 1.5volts battery is replaced with a 3 volts battery, what will happen?

    The bulb gets brighter.

    The bulb gets dimmer.

    The bulb stays at the same level of brightness.

    Nothing has changed.

  • Q14

    14.Imagine a circuit with a 1.5 volts battery, a bulb and a similar circuit with 3volts battery and 2 bulbs. Which has the brighter glow?

    The circuit with 1.5volts battery and one bulb.

    The circuit with 3volts battery and 2 bulbs.

    The bulbs in both circuits will not lit.

    The bulbs in both circuits are of similar brightness levels.

  • Q15

    16. Where does an electric current flow?

    busted bulb

    open circuit

    closed circuit

    broken circuit


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