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Вступительные экзамены

Пора окончания экзаменов - самое время оглядеться по сторонам, предлагаем немного отвлечься от учебников и с пользой отдохнуть, попробовав выполнить другие задания - экзаменационные работы, предлагаемые на вступительных экзаменах сильнейшими частными школами Англии.

Экзаменационные материалы предоставлены британскими школами эксклюзивно для совместного проекта ИТАР-ТАСС с образовательной компанией "Альбион" и требуют некоторых пояснений.

Первое. Поскольку вступительные экзамены в частные школы Великобритании, как правило, проходят за 10...11 месяцев до начала обучения, маркировка работ 11+ (Year 7), 13+ (Y9), 16+ (Y12) и так далее означает их предназначение для 10, 12, 15 - летних учащихся, соответственно.

Второе. Не стоит обольщаться простотой первых заданий: требуется в указанное на титульном листе время выполнить их все - от простых до самых сложных.

Третье. Обычно английские школы порогом успешности экзаменационных работ считают 80%. Таким образом, если правильно выполнено восемьдесят процентов и более заданий, то, с учетом их сложности, можно считать, что данный ученик / ученица может успешно преодолеть вступительный барьер в самые топовые частные школы Англии, Шотландии, Уэльса.

При поступлении сдается от 2 до 5 предметов, в зависимости от возраста и требований школы.

На данной и последующих заглавных предметных страницах представлены, выборочно, лишь несколько экзаменационных заданий для беглого знакомства. Посмотреть полные версии вступительных экзаменов в британские частные школы можно с помощью кнопок перехода и гиперссылок в конце этой и других заглавных страниц.

  • Математика
  • Естествознание
  • Химия
  • Биология
  • Физика
Математика 13+ Sevenoaks School
  • 1

    ABC and PQR are triangles.

    (a) Describe the single transformation that takes ABC to PQR.

    Ans ...........................

    (b) Triangle ABC is rotated 90° anticlockwise about (0, –1). Draw the transformed triangle.

  • 2

    There are 3 islands close together near Australia: Azure, Bounty and Coconut. On the 3 islands live 3 types of guinea pig: Pongos, Quangos and Ringos. The following are all true facts well known to sailors in this part of the world:

    1) There are no Pongos on Bounty island
    2) All the guinea pigs on Coconut island are Ringos
    3) Pongos and Quangos are the only type of guinea pig on Azure island

    A shipwrecked sailor lands on one of the islands. He sees a guinea pig which he thinks is a Ringo.

    (a) Which island does the sailor think he is definitely NOT on?
    Ans ...........................

    Later he sees another guinea pig. He is not sure what it is, but it is certainly different from the first guinea pig.

    (b) Which island is he definitely NOT on?
    Ans ...........................

    After looking closely, he identifies the second guinea pig, without doubt, a Pongo.

    c) Which type of guinea pig did he see first of all?
    Ans ...........................

  • 3

    The diagram shows a sector of a circle with a radius of x cm and centre O.

    PQ is an arc of the circle.

    Angle POQ = 120˚.

    (a) Write down an expression in terms of Pi and x for

    (i) the area of this sector,

    Ans ...........................

    (ii) the perimeter of this sector.

    Ans ...........................

  • 4

    a) Factorise 9x2 – 6x + 1

    Ans ...........................

    (b) Simplify

    Ans ...........................

Химия 16+ ST Edward’s oxford
  • 1

    The diagram shows the giant structure of sodium chloride.

    Sodium chloride (melting point 801 °C)

    By reference to the structure of sodium chloride, explain fully why:

    (a) sodium chloride has quite a high melting point; ..................................................................................................................................... ..................................................................................................................................... .....................................................................................................................................
    (1)

    (b) solid sodium chloride melts when it is heated strongly; ..................................................................................................................................... ..................................................................................................................................... .....................................................................................................................................
    (2)

    (c) molten sodium chloride will conduct electricity. ..................................................................................................................................... ..................................................................................................................................... .....................................................................................................................................
    (1)

  • 2

    Chlorine, hydrogen and sodium hydroxide are produced by the electrolysis of sodium chloride solution.
    A student passed electricity through sodium chloride solution using the apparatus shown in the diagram.

    (a) Name:
    Gas A .............................................................
    Gas B .............................................................
    (1)

    (b) Describe and give the result of a test you could do in a school laboratory to find out which gas is chlorine.
    Test ..........................................................................................................................
    ...................................................................................................................................
    Result (what you would see) ..............................................................................
    ...................................................................................................................................
    (2)

    (c) Chlorine is used for treating water for drinking and in swimming pools. Why? ....................................................................................................................................
    (1)

    (d) (i) Balance the half equation for the production of hydrogen at the electrode.
    ................ H+ + .............. e– H2
    (1)

    (ii) Which word, from the list, best describes the reaction in part (d)(i)?
    Put a ring around the correct word.
    decomposition cracking neutralisation
    oxidation reduction
    (1)

    (e) In an experiment the student collected 24 cm3 of chlorine gas, Cl2 , at room temperature and pressure. Calculate the mass of this volume of gas. (Relative atomic mass of Cl = 35.5. The volume of the relative formula mass (Mr ) of any gas at room temperature and pressure is 24 litres).
    .....................................................................................................................................
    .....................................................................................................................................
    .....................................................................................................................................
    (3)

Естествознание 16+ Dulwich College
  • 1

    a) Underline the word, number or phrase that completes each sentence correctly

    i) A car travels along a road at 90 km/h. In 40 minutes it travels
    36km. 45km. 60km. 67km.
    [1]

    ii) A spring is 5.0cm long when unstretched. When a 10N load is suspended on the spring its total length becomes 7.0cm. When a 30N load is suspended on the spring its total length will be 6.0cm. 8.0cm. 11.0cm. 15.0cm.
    [1]

    iii) A device that converts sound energy to electrical energy is a lamp. loudspeaker. microphone. motor.
    [1]

    iv) The number of centimetres squared (cm2) in a metre squared (m2) is 1 000 000 10 000 100 0.01
    [1]

    v) A magnet will attract aluminium foil. a copper coin. an iron bar. a zinc plate.
    [1]

    vi) The diagram below shows a balanced see-saw.

    The size of X is 30N. 45N. 80N. 90N.
    [1]

    b) A block of wood is shown below.

    i) Calculate the volume of the block.
    ...................................................................................................................................
    ..............................................................................................................................[2]

    ii) The mass of the block is 70g. Calculate the density of the wood using the formula
    density = mass/volume. Give the correct unit for your answer.
    ...................................................................................................................................
    ...................................................................................................................................
    .............................................................................................................................. [3]

    iii) Would you expect this block to float or sink when placed in water? Explain your answer.
    ...................................................................................................................................
    .............................................................................................................................. [2]

    iv) On Earth, a 100g block weighs 1N. What is the weight of the block in the question?
    .............................................................................................................................. [1]

    v) Calculate the pressure exerted by the block in the question when it rests on its
    largest face.
    ................................................................................................................................... ................................................................................................................................... .............................................................................................................................. [3]

  • 2

    This question is about gas exchange
    These diagrams below show two leaves with arrows indicating some of the things that enter or leave them.
    One leaf is shown in day conditions and one as it might be at night.

    i) In Leaf A carbon dioxide is shown both entering and leaving.
    Will more enter it or leave it?
    .............................................................................................................................. [1]

    ii) Which leaf is in daylight?
    .............................................................................................................................. [1]

    iii) Suggest an identity for gas X?
    .............................................................................................................................. [1]

    iv) Through what structure do gases enter and leave a leaf?
    .............................................................................................................................. [1]

    v) Substance Y is shown to leave the leaf. Where does the plant take it up? .............................................................................................................................. [1]

    b) These diagrams show parts of human lungs at three magnifications.

    i) From the diagram above name A and B.
    A ............................................. B ...................................................... [2]

    ii) Explain how structure B is damaged by smoking.
    You may find it easiest to use a simple diagram and just a few words.
    ...................................................................................................................................
    .............................................................................................................................. [3]

Биология 16+ Dulwich College
  • 1

    The following is an extract from an anti-smoking pamphlet

    a) Give two diseases which children who inhale sidestream smoke are more likely to get
    than children whose parents do not smoke
    1........................................................................................................................................................
    2...................................................................................................................................................(2)

    b) Use information from the passage to suggest why mainstream smoke is less dangerous
    than sidestream smoke.
    ........................................................................................................................................................
    .....................................................................................................................................................(1)

    c) Explain, as fully as you can, why many people find it very difficult to give up smoking.
    ........................................................................................................................................................
    ........................................................................................................................................................
    ........................................................................................................................................................
    .....................................................................................................................................................(2)

  • 2

    The graph shows how the rate of photosynthesis is affected by different conditions.

    a) What patterns can you find from this graph?
    ........................................................................................................................................................
    ........................................................................................................................................................
    ........................................................................................................................................................
    ........................................................................................................................................................
    .....................................................................................................................................................(4)

    b) How useful could this information be to grower using glasshouses? Give reasons for uour answer
    ........................................................................................................................................................
    ........................................................................................................................................................
    .....................................................................................................................................................(2)

Физика 16+ Dulwich College

In each question below, show your working in the space provided, and then circle the correct answer.

  • 1

    In the circuit shown below, the ammeter reads 133mA. What is the potential difference across the 6 resistor?

    a. 2V b. 1.3V c. 1V d. 0.6V e. 0.5V

  • 2

    Stefan's Law states that the power output (in watts) from a star is directly
    proportionalto its temperature (in kelvin) raised to the power four ie

    P α T4

    A known star has a power output of 10x1027 and a temperature of 9000K.
    What power output would you expect a similar star of temperature 4500K to have?

    a. 5x1027 W b. 2.5x1027 W c. 1.25x1027 W d. 6.25x1026 W

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