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SAN ANTONIO INTEGRATED SCHOOL

First Quarter Examination


SCIENCE 7
Name:_______________________________________________________________Date:______________
Grade/section:________________________________________________________Score:______________

Direction: Choose the letter of the correct answer.


1. It is a homogeneous mixture. a. When there is a large amount of
a. Solution c. Compound dissolved solute for a certain volume of
b. Element d. Metal solvent
2. The component of solution present in small b. When there is a small amount of dissolved
amount. solute for a certain volume of solvent
a. Solvent c. Solute c. When it has a small amount of dissolved
b. Mixture d. Solution solute comparison to the amount of
3. The component of solution present in greater solvent
amount. d. None of the above
a. Solvent c. Solute 13. When a solution has a small amount of
b. Mixture d. Solution dissolved solute comparison to the amount of
4. Which of the following is not an example of solvent, it is a ______
naturally occurring solutions? a. Concentrated solution
a. Blood plasma c. Sea/ocean water b. Dilute solution
b. Air d. Vinegar c. Saturated
5. Which of the following is an example of d. Unsaturated
processed or manufactured solutions? 14. The following are factors affecting how fast a
a. Gasoline c. Blood plasma solid solute dissolves except ______
b. Mineral ores d. Air a. Stirring c. Particles size
6. It is a solution made up of different b. Temperature d. None
substances called hydrocarbons. 15. It is a combination of two or more substances.
a. Vinegar c. Gasoline a. Mixture c. Substance
b. Mineral ore d. Brass b. Compound d. Element
7. Solid solution made up of two or more metals 16. Distilled water is an example of a _____
or nonmetals. a. Substance c. Mixture
a. Vinegar c. Gasoline b. Compound d. Element
b. Metal alloy d. None 17. It is process where in components of water
8. A solution is often clear and _______ may be separated from each other.
a. Transparent a. Solution c. Dissolution
b. Large particles b. Electrolysis d. Evaporation
c. Colored 18. It is a table where in elements are
d. Can easily separated systematically organized.
9. It is the maximum amount of substance that a. Periodic table of elements
can be dissolved in a fix amount or volume of b. Table of compound
solvent at a given temperature. c. Table of mixture
a. Dissolution c. Solution d. None
b. Solubility d. pH 19. It is the combination of two or more elements.
10. The solution that contains the maximum a. Compound c. Mixture
amount of solute dissolved in a given amount b. Elements d. Colloid
of solvent is called ______ 20. A type of mixture with only one phase.
a. saturated solution a. Heterogenous mixture
b. unsaturated solution b. Homogenous mixture
c. supersaturated solution c. Coarse mixture
11. When a solution contains less solute than the d. None
maximum amount it can dissolve at a given 21. This is used to investigate the properties of
temperature ii is called_______ acidic and basic mixtures.
a. saturated solution a. Indicators
b. supersaturated solution b. Solution
c. unsaturated solution c. Evaporation
d. dissolution d. Compound
12. When can we say that a solution is 22. The most common indicator is ______
concentrated? a. Litmus c. Paper
b. Dye d. None
23. Litmus is a dye taken from what plant? b. It is shiny
a. Lotus c. Lichen c. Attract by a magnet
b. Pea d. Lily d. Hammered or rolled into thin sheets
24. When do we say that a mixture is acidic? 38. Metal is magnetic because______
a. Litmus turns red a. It is shiny
b. Litmus turns blue b. Can be drawn into thin wires
c. Nothing changes c. Attracted by a magnet
d. None d. Hammered or rolled into thin sheets
25. When do we say that a mixture is basic? 39. Metals are malleable because ___
a. Litmus turns red a. Can be hammered or rolled into thin
b. Litmus turns blue sheets
c. Nothing changes b. Can be drawn into thin wires
d. None c. Attract by a magnet
26. Another method of distinguishing acidic from d. It is shiny
basic is through the use of ____ For items 40-44, determine the element if it’s
a. pH scale c. thermometer metal, nonmetal or metalloid. Choose your
b. barometer d. none answer on the following.
27. Who was a Danish biochemist who proposed a. Metal c. metalloid
the pH scale? b. Nonmetal
a. Thompson c. Leewenhooke 40. Gold-M
b. S.P.L Sorensen d. Mendel 41. Oxygen- NM
28. A pH mixture with 7 is _____ 42. Carbon-NM
a. Neutral c. Acidic 43. Iron-M
b. Basic d. Slightly acidic 44. Neon-M
29. A pH mixture with less than 7 is _____ For items 45-48, identify the symbols of
a. Neutral c. Basic elements. Choose your answer below.
b. Acidic d. Strongly basic a. Zn c. C
30. A pH with greater than 7 is____ b. Na d. W
a. Neutral c. Basic 45. Tungsten
b. Acidic d. Strongly acidic 46. Carbon
31. What do you call the rain with the pH below 47. Sodium
5.6? 48. Zinc
a. Rain c. Acid rain For items 49-50, determine the names of
b. Basic rain d. None elements.
32. Mixtures that are not acidic or basic is a. mercury c. nickel
called____ b. Xenon d. lead
a. Neutral c. Mixture 49. Hg
b. Internal d. Solute 50. Pb
33. When an acid mixes with a base, water and
salt is produced. This process is called___ Prepared by:
a. Evaporation
b. Filtration NORGILYN G. COLLADO
c. Neutralization Subject Teacher
d. Solution
34. It is the simplest form of substances and
cannot be broken down into another.
a. Element c. Compound
b. Mixture d. Solution Checked by:
35. An element which exhibits both properties of
metals and nonmetals. VICENTE B. SACALAMITAO
a. Colloids
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b. Metalloids
c. Metal
d. Nonmetal
36. When metals are shiny it is said to have __
a. Ductile
b. Luster
c. Malleable
d. Magnetic
37. When do we say that a metal is ductile?
a. It can be drawn into thin wires
SAN ANTONIO INTEGRATED SCHOOL
TABLE OF SPECIFICATION
SCIENCE 7
First Quarter Examination

OBJECTIVES ITEM NO. OF PERCE Knowled Understand Process


PLACEMENT ITEMS NTAGE ge ing
Define solution. 1 1 2 1
Identify components of solution. 2,3 2 4 2,3
Identify samples of solution. 4,5,6,7 4 8 6 4,5,7
Determine properties of solution. 8,9,10,11,12,13 6 12 8,9,10 11,12,13
Determine the factors affecting how fast a solid 14 1 2 14
solute dissolved.
Distinguish the properties of substance from 15,16,17 3 6 15 17 16
mixtures.
Determine types of mixtures. 20 1 2 20
Classify substances as elements or compounds. 18,19 2 4 19 18
Determine the common properties of acidic and basic 21-33 13 26 21,22,23,3 26,27,28,29, 24,25
mixtures. 0,31 32,33
Determine some properties of metals from 34-40 7 14 38,39,40 34,35,36,37
nonmetals.
Distinguish the name and symbols of elements given. 41-50 10 20 41-50
Total 50 50 100%

Prepared by: NORGILYN G. COLLADO


Subject Teacher
Checked by:
VICENTE B. SACALAMITAO
School Principal III