SSLC Exam 2024 : Science Part 2 Most Probable Questions based on Previous Papers

SSLC Exam 2024

SSLC Exam 2024 Science Part 2 most Probable Questions based on the SSLC Previous Exam Papers, The chapter Wise (Biology) Most Probable Questions are being prepared on the basis of the SSLC Previous Exam Papers

The SSLC students appearing for the Examinations 2024 scheduled in March – April 2024 can refer these Science Part 2 (Biology) questions and plan their preparations for the upcoming Science Exams 

Science Exam Question Paper consist of 3 Parts (Part A – Physics, Part B – Chemistry and Part C – Biology), the Science Exam to be conducted for 80 Marks (Physics 28 Marks, Chemistry 25 Marks, Biology 27 Marks), Science Question Paper consist of total 38 Questions, of Which 8 Questions are MCQ, 8 Questions of 1 Marks, 8 Questions of 2 Marks, 9 Questions of 3 Marks, 4 Questions of 4 Marks, 1 Question of 5 Marks, (20 Marks Internal choice Questions in 2, 3, 4 Mark Questions), Duration of Exams is 3 hours, In Biology Questions will be asked from all 6 Chapters




Start your Exam preparations with the diagrams along with label the parts from Physics, Chemistry, Biology, there are totally 27 to 30 Diagrams, In Biology Practice 9 Diagrams, No diagrams are difficult, Easily Score 12 Marks, List of Diagrams to be practiced in the textbook are Open and Closed Stomata, Human Alimentary Canal, Sectional View of Human Heart, Human Excretory System, Structure of Nephron, Structure of Neuron, Human Brain, Longitudinal Section of Flower, Germination of Pollen on Stigma,


First preference in this chapter is given to diagrams, as it contains 5 Diagrams, Refer the questions like What is Photosynthesis, Equations, Events occurred during photosynthesis, Role of Small Intestines, Enzymes in Human Digestion, Glands, Biology Textbook Page No 68 (Flow Chart), Practice Questions based on it, Aerobic and Anaerobic respirations differences, Structure and Function of Human Heart, Why is the human blood circulation is called double circulation, Structure and Function of Nephron, What are the methods used by plants to get rid of excretory products, Why is it necessary to separate oxygenated and deoxygenated blood in Mammals and birds, Ventricles of Human Heart have thick muscular wall, why (Refer Previous Exam Question Papers)


2 Diagrams in this chapter to be practices, Question in this chapter to be asked for 5 to 6 marks, Refer Structure and Function of Neuron, Path impulse of travel in Neuron, What is reflex arc and its components, Parts of Human Brain, Phototropism, Geotropism, Hydrotropism, Chemotropism, Table 7.1 (Page No 91) Practice the table for MCQ, 1 Mark Questions, Adrenaline Hormone is called Emergency Hormone why, Use of iodised salt in diet is necessary, Why


Most easy chapter, Questions from this chapter are asked for 2 marks, Easiest chapter, Food Chain, Food Web, Questions based on Food Chain, Pyramid based questions, Which tropic level of organisms and why, Which tropic levels have more chemicals and why?, Ozone Layer, Functions, Causes of Ozone layer depletion, Effects of Ozone layer depletions, Differences between biodegradable and non biodegradable wastes, What is the role of decomposers in ecosystem, Nowadays CFC free refrigerators are manufactured, why?, The flow of energy in an ecosystem is always unidirectional, why?, (No Question be asked whose answer not available in textbook)


Questions from this chapter likely to be asked for 5 to 6 marks, Different types of Asexual reproduction, like Budding, Pores Formation and other, Explain the process of fruit or seed formation in plants, Functions of parts of Human Male and Female reproductive system, what happens when egg is not fertilised, What is placenta and its functions, What are the contraceptives methods, Diseases spread through Sexual methods, Consistency of DNA copying during the reproduction is why? (Refer KSEAB Model Paper)


Questions from this chapter likely to be asked for 5 to 6 marks, Practice Checker Board, Inheritance of traits, Monohybrid and Dihybrid, How is Sex of a child is determined in Human Beings, Difference between acquired and inherited traits, What is evolution?, Evolutionary Stages, The traits acquired by the organisms can not be passed on to its progeny why?, Developing different vegetables from the wild cabbage is artificial selection, why?


This Chapter carries 3 Marks, Refer about  5 R’s – Refuse, Reduce, Recuse, Repurpose, Recycle (Definitions, Comparison, Differences), Who are stake Holders, How they depend on forest, Problems arise due to construction of large dams, what are the advantages of water shed management, Rain water Harvesting advantages, Management of Forest and Wilf life challenging why, Why sustainable management of natural resources is important, Reuse is better than recycle why, Management of Natural resources require long term perspective why?

(NOTE : Refer Previous years Exam Papers and Model Papers released by KSEAB)

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