General Science (DOST Reviewer)

This General Science Practice Test is comprised of 50 random questions from General Biology, Chemistry, Physics, and Earth Science that will test your ability in accomplishing various important scientific tasks. Please read the questions carefully and choose the correct answer from the choices below. The correct answer will be marked green, otherwise, red. After answering all the questions, share it on Facebook to view the results. Good luck! 

Kepler's second law or the equal area law states that the closer a planet is to the sun the ________ it travels.
The force of __________________ is a type of friction that works against the motion of falling objects.
The greater the mass of an object,
In vulcanization, natural rubber is heated with:
What is the name of the solid that forms after some solutions react chemically?
Which of the following is an example of a homozygous dominant genotype?
The existence of microorganisms in the human gastric system is an example of:
Sound of frequency below 20 Hz is called:
Which occurs when atoms link together in new ways to create a substance different from the original substances?
Why is DNA important?
Detergents used for cleaning clothes and utensils contain?
The living material comprising the bulk of a cell is called the:
The hardest form of carbon is?
What level does the mice primarily eat in?
The fossil of Archaeopteryx represents the evidence of origin of:
Which component of a nucleotide contains the information needed to make proteins?
Alex wants to mix two substances together and to find out if a chemical reaction happens. What should he do?
The gravitational force with which the sun attracts the earth:
Distillation is the process of separating liquids by using _____.
Which particle contributes the negative charge to the atom?
Any force that causes an object to move in a circle is called a(n)
Around what body of water will you find the region known as the Ring of Fire?
A battery operated DVD player uses 12 volts from AA batteries and draws a current of 3 amperes. What is the resistance?
The thinnest layer of the Earth is?
Radioactivity is a phenomenon of the spontaneous emission of:
Why should we wear light colored clothes during summer?
If a 10 kilogram object accelerates suddenly at 15 m/s2, how much force was applied to the object?
The human body has 23 homologous pairs of chromosomes. How many chromosomes does a somatic cell have?
Which statement is correct?
Earth has how many natural satellites visible to the naked eye?
How many valence electrons do elements in group 17 have in their outer energy level?
Metamorphic rock can form from:
In natural selection, one variation which is present in ALL members of a population is a called a -
Vitamin D can be obtained from _______________.
The current explanation for the geologic processes behind the Ring of Fire is that large pieces of the Earth's surface, called plates, are moving around. What is the name for the field of study which investigates this motion?
If a car is rolling down a ramp, the force between the tires and the ramp is an example of:
Which one of the following is a source of methane emission into the atmosphere?
The flower of a plant is involved in reproduction. Which parts are male and which are female?
What it the process called when acids and bases react to form salt?
Which of the following is common bleaching agent?
Most of the mass in an atom is made up of _____________________?
What is the curved path that an object follows when thrown or launched near the surface of the Earth?
What happens when two forces act in the same direction?
Which correctly places the stages of mitosis in order?
According to the law of conservation of momentum, when two objects collide in the absence of outside forces,
Isotopes of an element contain same number of:
What is meant by the term "genetic variation?"
The Earth's diameter is approximately how many kilometers?
It is a special area of the atmosphere that protects the Earth from harmful ultraviolet rays emitted by the sun.
The weight of a body is: