The WASSCE inching closer and students need to revise. To provide support, we are giving out these questions dubbed 2023 WASSCE Integrated Science July Mock Questions.
According to the 2022 WASSCE Chief Examiner’s Report, the following are some of the reasons why candidates fail Integrated Science:
- Lack of adequate preparation: Many candidates do not adequately prepare for the Integrated Science paper. This may be due to a number of factors, such as not starting to study early enough, not having access to the necessary resources, or not being able to understand the material.
- Poor understanding of the concepts: Many candidates do not have a good understanding of the concepts in Integrated Science. This may be due to poor teaching in school, or to the fact that the material is simply too difficult for some students.
- Inability to answer questions in a clear and concise manner: Many candidates are unable to answer questions in a clear and concise manner. This may be due to a lack of practice, or to the fact that they do not understand the question.
- Careless errors: Many candidates make careless errors in their answers. This may be due to rushing, or to not proofreading their work carefully.
Solve all the questions shared in this post and revise the topics associated with them as well.
2023 WASSCE Integrated Science July Mock Questions
PART II – 60 marks – Answer ALL questions
2.(a)(i)What is technology?
(ii) State one use of technology in communication
(b) Write and balance each of the following chemical equations:
(c) State one function of each of the following components of atypical cell:
(i) nucleus; (ii) chloroplast; (iii) mitochondrion
(d) Mention four cultural practices in vegetable crop production
(e) Name two agencies in food safety and quality assurance in Ghana.
3. (a) Explain why a tomato plant is likely to wilt if too much fertilizer is applied to it.
(b) (i) Give two differences between electrical insulators and electrical conductors.
(ii) State two effects of illegal electrical connections in the home.
(c) Explain each of the following terms as used to describe change of state of matter:
(d) (i) State two diseases of the circulatory system in humans
(ii) Mention two ways in which each of the diseases you have stated in (d)(i)can be prevented.
4. (a) (i) What is a transistor?
(ii) Give two uses of a transistor
(b) Mention the suitable solvent for each of the following solutes:
(ii) ink stain
(c)(i)What is a respiratory organ?
(ii)Name two structures of the respiratory system of humans.
(d)(i)What is agricultural chain?
(ii)Name two types of agricultural chain
5. (a) (i)What are stars?
(ii) Arrange in order, starting from the sun, the first four planets in the solar system.
(i)two differences between plants and animals;
(ii) two similarities between plants and animals
(c) Explain each of the following farming systems:
(i) pastoral farming
(ii) ecological farming
(d) State the properties of water in terms of
(i) odour, (ii) taste, (iii) effect on litmus
6. (a) What are
(i) annual plants?
(ii) perennial plants?
(b) Mention one danger involved in each of the following activities in the laboratory:
(i) eating or drinking water in the laboratory;
(ii)washing hands with an unknown liquid in a beaker;
(c)(i) What is a digestive enzyme?
(ii)Give two examples of digestive enzymes in humans.
(d) Give two differences between conduction and radiation of heat