The Basic Science Exam Past Questions is designed for student in the Junior Secondary School JSS level in Nigeria, It follows the National Education Research and Development Council (NERDC) approved Curriculum.
To help reduce the workload We have compiled all JSS Past Exam questions and answer from First Term – Third term, to serve as a reference material to help teachers set tests and examination questions.
School pupils and tutor will find it useful for revision and exam preparation.
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Feature of Basic Science Exam Questions From JSS 1-3 PDF
Is based on the Nerdc Curriculum.
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How Much is the Past Questions and Answers for JSS 1-3
Below is the Cost outline
jss1 basic science first Term to Third Term past questions = N800
jss2 basic science first Term to Third Term past questions = N800
jss3 basic science first Term to Third Term past questions = N800
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Basic Science Scheme of Work for JSS3 First Term
1. Review of last term’s work
2. The nervous system.
– The CNS (central nervous system) as centre of sensitivity
– The brain and the spinal cord.
– Simple reflex action and examples.
– The sense organs eye, ear, nose, tongue and skin and their functions.
3. Sense organs (I): Eye and Ear
– Functions and diagrams
– Care and defects
4. Sense organs (II): Nose, Tongue and Skin.
– Functions and diagrams.
5. The endocrine system (I)
– Meaning and definition
6. The endocrine system (II)
– Examples and locations.
7. Communication (I)
– The media – meaning and definition
– Transfer of information through information technology e.g. Television, radio, etc.
– The internet – meaning and definition.
– Relevance of communication to human development and family life education.
8. Communication (II)
– Negative and positive use of the media and internet
– Portrayals of body image by the media.
9. Communication (III)
– Process, transfer of information through information technology.
– Definition of information technology (media)
– Qualities of good media programmes.
– How and where information technology is used e.g. radio, telephone and microphone.
10. Materials required for information technology e.g. generator
control panel, circuit breaker, sub-station, transformer line
support, transmission, feeder pillar, etc.
12. Assessment tests.