WAEC GCE Biology Practical Questions and Answers 2022. Many WAEC GCE candidates find it difficult to answer the WAEC GCE Practical Biology correctly due to not understanding the alternative to practical questions. I will show you the best way to answer WAEC GCE Alternative to Biology Practical questions and make a good WAEC result in your Biology examination.
You need to understand the WAEC GCE Biology Practical making scheme before attempting any question so as to present your answers in such a way that it will look attractive to the examiner to earn you big marks.
Bear in mind that every single procedure is awarded marks. So, ensure you do not skip any step while reporting and presenting your practical results. And do not forget to remember that neat labeling is very important.
You will be expected to carry out an experiment and report your observation. What you will see will not be far from the WAEC GCE Biology Specimen given to your school.
WAEC GCE Practical Biology Questions and Answers (Expo)
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WAEC GCE Nov/Dec. Biology Practical Answers 2022 Loading…
Note: The answers below are the 2020 Nov/Dec answers.
i. Avoid bush burning
ii. Avoid hunting
iii. Avoid deforestation
iv. Avoid farming activities
v. Avoid mining activities
WAEC GCE Bio Practical Practice Questions
The questions below are for practice not the 2020 Biology Practical questions.
1. (a) (i) Phylum of specimens C/Butterfly and E/Grasshopper: Arthropoda
(ii) Reasons for the answer in 1 (a)(i): (I) Metameric segmentation/segmented bodies: (II) Jointed appendages; (III) presence of chitinous exoskeleton/exoskeleton made of chitin; (IV) Bilateral symmetry.
(b) differences between
|Wings present||Wings are absent|
|Proboscis present||Mandibles are present|
|Proleg absent||Mandibles are present|
|Legs are longer||Legs are shorter|
|Claspers are absent||Claspers are present|
|Has one pair of compound eyes||Has simple eyes|
|Has antennae||Absence of antennae|
|Osmeterium absent||Osmeterium present|
|Presence of proboscis||Presence of mandibles|
|Clubbed/rounded/knobbed antennae||Not clubbed/rounded/knobbed antennae/tapering antennae;|
|Wing is membreneous/soft||Harder/less membraneous wings/forewings are leathery|
|Surface of wing is powdery/have scales/eye spots||Surface of wing is not powdery/absence of scales/eye spots;|
|Hind limbs/legs smaller/shorter/less muscular||Hind limbs/legs/larger and elongated/more muscular|
|Abdomen is hairy||Abdomen is not hairy/smooth|
(c) Relationship between specimens C/Butterfly and D/Caterpillar:
(i) C/butterfly is the adult/image of D/Caterpillar
(ii) D/Caterpillar is the larva/larva stage of C/Butterfly
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Last Updated on October 17, 2022 by Admin