2024 BECE Integrated Science Objective Questions and Answers

2024 BECE Integrated Science Objective Questions and Answers

Candidates preparing for the their Junior High School final examination can make good use of these 2024 BECE Integrated Science Objective Questions and Answers.

In all there are 4 objective test questions based on the Common Core Curriculum.

Solve the following 2024 BECE Integrated Science Objective Questions and Check The Answers At the end end.


1. What is the correct order of the stages in the life cycle of the housefly?
a. Pupa → Egg → Larva → Adult
b. Larva → Pupa → Egg → Adult
c. Egg → Larva → Pupa → Adult
d. Adult → Pupa → Larva → Egg

2. Why is it essential to understand the life cycle of the housefly?
a. For entertainment
b. For agricultural purposes
c. For scientific research
d. All of the above

3. Which statement accurately describes the pupal stage of the housefly?
a. It is the smallest stage
b. It is the final stage before adulthood
c. It is the stage with the most movement
d. It is the longest stage

4. What is the primary difference between organic and inorganic plant nutrients?
a. Source
b. Color
c. Taste
d. Shape

5. In which part of a plant is nutrient absorption most significant?
a. Roots
b. Leaves
c. Stem
d. Flowers

6. What is a common example of an organic plant nutrient?
a. Nitrogen fertilizer
b. Compost
c. Phosphorus powder
d. Calcium tablets

7. Why is it important to classify domestic animals into ruminants, monogastric, and poultry?
a. For entertainment
b. For veterinary purposes
c. For proper feeding and care
d. None of the above

8. Which statement accurately describes ruminants?
a. Single-chambered stomach
b. Multiple stomach chambers
c. No stomach
d. Intestinal digestion only

9. How does poultry digestion differ from that of ruminants?
a. Poultry have multiple stomach chambers
b. Poultry have a single-chambered stomach
c. Poultry have no stomach
d. Poultry have an external stomach

10. How does the appearance of people who have been starved differ from those who have been eating and are healthy?
a. Starved people are often overweight
b. Starved people have pale skin
c. Starved people are malnourished and emaciated
d. Both a and b

11. What can be deduced from comparing the appearance of starved and healthy individuals?
a. The importance of fashion
b. The significance of food and nutrition
c. The impact of exercise
d. None of the above


12. What is the significance of understanding deficiency diseases associated with lack of nutrients?
a. For medical research
b. For dietary planning
c. For fashion trends
d. None of the above

13. What is the common deficiency disease associated with lack of protein?
a. Scurvy
b. Rickets
c. Kwashiorkor
d. Night blindness

14. How does the lack of iron lead to a specific deficiency disease?
a. Scurvy
b. Rickets
c. Anaemia
d. Kwashiorkor

15. What is a practical method for preventing night blindness?
a. Consuming foods rich in vitamin C
b. Consuming foods rich in vitamin D
c. Consuming foods rich in vitamin A
d. Consuming foods rich in calcium

16. What role do vitamins play in the human body?
a. Provide energy
b. Regulate bodily functions
c. Build muscle
d. None of the above

17. What is the primary role of abiotic components in an ecosystem?
a. Provide energy
b. Support life
c. Conduct photosynthesis
d. Regulate temperature

18. What is the primary function of a LED in an electronic circuit?
a. To resist electrical flow
b. To control current
c. To emit light
d. None of the above

19. How do P-N Junction diodes contribute to the functioning of electronic gadgets?
a. By controlling current flow
b. By emitting light
c. By amplifying signals
d. All of the above

20. How does the mass number differ from the atomic number of an element?
a. Mass number represents the number of protons, atomic number represents neutrons
b. Mass number represents the total number of sub-atomic particles, atomic number represents protons
c. Mass number represents protons, atomic number represents the total number of sub-atomic particles
d. None of the above

21. Fossil fuels are non-renewable sources of energy because they
a. are cheap
b. last forever
c. are irreplaceable
d. are readily available

22. Which of the following is an example of a replaceable energy source?
a. coal
b. wind
c. candles
d. kerosene

23. The turning point of a lever is called the
a. load
b. effort
c. fulcrum
d. Sprocket

24. How many poles does a magnet possess?
a. 2
b. 3
c. 4
d. 5


25. The natural way water circulates in nature is referred to as
a. water conservation
b. water cycle
c. water circle
d. water recycle

26. A mixture can be solid-solid, an example is
a. banku and soup
b. koko and sugar
c. iron-fillings and sand
d. water and salt

27. The bouncing back of light rays when it falls on smooth or shiny surfaces is referred to as
a. refraction
b. bouncing
c. reflection
d. beam

28. Which of the following activities uses distillation?
a. Preparation of soup
b. Preparation of starch
c. Preparation of akpeteshie
d. Tapping of palmwine

29. Electricity is the flow of
a. neutrons
b. electrons
c. protons
d. photons

30. The part of an electric circuit that completes the circuit and starts the flow of electricity when closed is called the
a. power source
b. switch
c. load
d. conductor

31. Another name for the layers of a soil is
a. levels
b. stories
c. horizons
d. blocks

32. The solid mass of rock below the soil is called
a. organic
b. topsoil
c. subsoil
d. bedrock

33. Which of the following separation processes uses boiling to separate mixtures?
a. Filtration
b. Sublimation
c. Crystallization
d. Distillation

34. Which of the following shows the three states of matter?
a. Wood, charcoal and ash
b. Petrol, kerosene and diesel oil
c. Clay, humus and water
d. Steam, water and ice

35. Which of the following types of energy is stored energy?
a. Kinetic energy
b. Heat energy
c. Electricity energy
d. Potential energy

36. Which of the following is not a characteristic of all cells?
a. Cell membrane
b. Nucleus
c. Cytoplasm
d. Chloroplast

37.Calculate the potential energy of an object at a height of 10m with a mass of 50kg.
a. 60J
b. 500J
c. 5000J
d. 2000J

38. An example of a plant micro-nutrient is
a. Calcium
b. Copper
c. Magnesium
d. potassium

39. An example of small-scale industry in Ghana is the production of
a. aluminium
b. computers
c. petrol
d. soap

40. All the following are scientific principles involved in salt making except
a. evaporation
b. polymerization
c. crystallization
d. recrystallization

Do well to solve these 2024 BECE Integrated Science Objective Questions.

Now let us take a look at the answers: 2024 BECE Integrated Science Objective Questions and Answers

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  1. C. Egg → Larva → Pupa → Adult
  2. C. For Scientific Research
  3. B. It Is The Final Stage Before Adulthood
  4. A. Source
  5. A. Roots
  6. B. Compost
  7. C. For Proper Feeding And Care
  8. B. Multiple Stomach Chambers
  9. B. Poultry Have A Single-Chambered Stomach
  10. C. Starved People Are Malnourished And Emaciated
  11. B. The Significance Of Food And Nutrition
  12. B. For Dietary Planning
  13. C. Kwashiorkor
  14. C. Anaemia
  15. C. Consuming Foods Rich In Vitamin A
  16. B. Regulate Bodily Functions
  17. B. Support Life
  18. C. To Emit Light
  19. A. By Controlling Current Flow
  20. B. Mass Number Represents The Total Number Of Sub-Atomic Particles, Atomic Number Represents Protons
  21. C. Are Irreplaceable
  22. B. Wind
  23. C. Fulcrum
  24. A. 2
  25. B. Water Cycle
  26. C. Iron-Fillings And Sand
  27. C. Reflection
  28. C. Preparation Of Akpeteshie
  29. B. Electrons
  30. B. Switch
  31. C. Horizons
  32. D. Bedrock
  33. D. Distillation
  34. D. Steam, Water And Ice
  35. D. Potential Energy
  36. D. Chloroplast
  37. C. 5000J
  38. B. Copper
  39. D. Soap
  40. B. Polymerization
2024 BECE Integrated Science Objective Questions and Answers

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