This is a breakdown of all of the content that will be on your exam paper, which will assess you on Chemistry, and the Biology you have completed so far.  Use this, your books and all of the resources on Google classroom to identify your strengths and areas that you need to work on in preparation for your exam.

 Question content     Identify if a block will move to the left, right or stay still when different forces are applied to it.  Identify the piece of equipment used to measure forces.  Name the piece of equipment used to measure forces. Identify which type of footwear will sink into carpet the most.  Identify what is the same for each type of footwear. Describe how snowshoes help people to walk in deep snow. Name the force that is lower between a skate and ice compared to between a skate and carpet. Identify which arrow on the diagram represent air resistance. Identify which forces will be balanced when a plane is flying as a constant height.  Identify which forces will be balanced when a plane is flying as a constant speed. Describe the forces acting on a plane just before take off. Describe the forces acting on a plane just as it leaves the ground. Identify the direction that the astronaut will move from the forces acting on him.  Describe what will happen to the astronaut when his jets produce certain forces. Identify the direction that the astronaut will move from the forces acting on him.  Calculate the turning moment of the wire cutters and give the correct units.  Calculate the force applied by each blade of the wire cutters. Calculate the pressure of each blade on the wire and give the correct units. Calculate the pressure a pencil applies to a piece of paper and give the correct units. Calculate the turning moment of the book cover and give the correct units. Calculate the weight of the book from the information given. Use the distance-time graph to work out how long it takes a cyclist to travel a certain distance.  Use the distance-time graph to work out how far behind the runner was when the cyclist finished the race. Use the distance-time graph to work out how much more time the runner took to complete the race compared to the cyclist. Describe how the graph shows that the cyclist was travelling at a constant speed during the race. Explain why the parachutist reaches terminal velocity and why opening their parachute reduces their terminal velocity.  