SSLC Exam 2023 : Science Part 1 Most Probable Questions

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SSLC Exam 2023 Science Part 1 most Probable Questions based on the SSLC Pariksha Siddate 2023 (Radio Programme 2023), The chapter Wise (Physics and Chemistry) Most Probable Questions are being prepared on the basis of the  SSLC Pariksha Siddate (Radio Programme) 2023

The SSLC students appearing for the Exams 2023 scheduled in March – April 2023 can refer these Science Part 1 (Physics and Chemistry) questions and plan their preparations for the upcoming Science Exams scheduled to be held on 10th April 2023,

Science Exam Paper to consist of 3 Parts (Part A – Physics, Part B – Chemistry and Part C – Biology), Exam to be conducted for 80 Marks (Physics 28 Marks, Chemistry 25 Marks, Biology 27 Marks), Science Question Paper consist of 38 Questions




Start your Exam preparations with the diagrams from Physics, Chemistry, Biology, there are totally 27 to 30 Diagrams, In Physics and Chemistry easily by practicing the diagrams 12 marks can be scored, No diagrams are difficult, List of Diagrams to be practices in the textbook are 1.6, 12.2, 12.6, 12.7, 13.6A, 13.15, 13.19, 10.7, 10.16, 10.17, 11.2, 11.3, 14.4, 2.1, 2.3, 3.3, 3.8, 3.12, Mostly Expected diagram Ray Diagram in Light – Reflection and Refraction chapter (Easily Score 3 Marks)


Organise the content, Practice Numerical Problems (V = RI, R = R1 + R2 + R3, 1 / R = 1 / R1 + 1 / R2 + 1 / R3, I = Q / T, W = VQ, P = VI, P = I2R, P = V2 / R, H = I2RT ), Refer Define Ohms Laws, Factors on which resistance of a conductor depends, Electric Circuit, Fuse, Earthing, Potential difference, Electric Potential, SI Units to be remembers, Numerical Problems likely from Examples and Exercise Questions in textbook


No Numerical Problems in this chapter, More importance is given to Diagrams, Dynamo and Motor Components and their functions like Carbon Brushes and Split rings & other to be practiced,

Refer Differences between AC and DC, Properties of Magnetic Field Lines, Magnetic Field due to a Current through a Straight Conductor, Magnetic Field due to a Current through a Circular Loop, Magnetic Field due to a Current in a Solenoid, Faradays Experiment (Write Answer point wise)

LIGHT Reflection & Refraction

Ray Diagrams in this chapter are very important, Can be expected for 3 marks, Refer Uses of Concave, Convex Lens, Mostly Application questions to be asked (Note – for this year likely not much difficult questions be asked due to Exam conducted after COVID 19 pandemic with complete syllabus), Numerical Problem from this chapter will be asked on Lens Formula 1 / U + 1 / V = 1 / f (Practice all the Examples and Exercise Numerical Problems in this chapter), Define terms like Principal Focus, Curvature, Snell’s Law, Refractive Index, Magnification,

HUMAN EYE and colourful World

Questions on defects of vision (Myopia, Hypermetropia, Presbyopia) likely to be asked, Reason out questions to be practiced like Why Sky is blue?, Who do starts twinkle?, Define Tyndall effect, Why there is light before sun rise and after sun set?, Why traffic signal has red light?, In VIBGYOR which colour least / more scatter?, Power of Accommodation, Dispersion, Refer the function of Parts of Eye like Ciliary Muscles, Pupil (Note – Most of the questions in this chapter will be textbook exercise based, practice those)


Practice the diagram of Biogas plant, Uses of Components in it to be referred, Score easily 3 marks,

Prepare Short notes on Wind Energy, Biomass, Thermal Power Plant, Hydro Power Plants, Solar Energy, wave Energy, Tidal Energy, Ocean Thermal Energy, Geothermal Energy, Nuclear Energy, Give Reason questions on Environmental Consequences to be referred 


Students to practice the Chemical Equations, Refer questions on types of Chemical reactions (Combination, Displacement, Decomposition, Double Displacement), Oxidation and Reduction, Corrosion, Rancidity (Refer the Model Question Paper Questions), Application Questions be practiced, Endothermic and Exothermic reactions


Practice the questions on Preparations and Uses, Bleaching Powder, Plaster of Paris, Baking Soda, Washing Soda (Expected Question), Importance of pH in Everyday Life – Value, Uses, Acids, Bases and Salts Properties, Reactions, Reason out questions in this chapter likely be asked  


Physical and Chemical Properties to be referred (Expected Question), In this Chapter more reason out questions to be asked, students need to practice, Define terms Concentration, Roasting, Calcination, Difference between Roasting and Calcination, Prevention of Corrosion based questions be asked, 


Questions on Catenations, Isomerism, Homologous series, Functional groups be asked, Electron dot structure, Ionic Bond , Covalent Bond, Formulae and structures of saturated compounds of carbon and hydrogen, Differences between Soap and Detergents, Chemical Properties of Carbon Compounds, Properties of Ethanol, Properties of Ethanoic Acid


Refer Newlands Law of Octaves, Dobereiner’s Triads, Mendeleev Periodic Table, Modern Periodic Table, Mosleys, Reason out questions likely be asked in this chapter, Questions on only Shells K L M N be asked, 18th group based questions be asked, (Refer Previous Exam papers, Model Papers, State Level Preparatory Papers)

(NOTE – Questions to be not asked inside box like Do you Know, Know it, For more knowledge, If Activity based answer in textbook then question be asked from activity), Applications will be easy, Easy Chemical Equations be asked,

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