WAEC GCE Biology Practical Questions and Answers 2022/2023 | Alternative to Practical

WAEC GCE Biology Practical Questions and Answers 2022/2023 | Alternative to Practical
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Biology Practical Questions and Answers for the WAEC GCE in 2022. Due to their lack of awareness of the possible answers to practical questions, many WAEC GCE candidates struggle to correctly answer the WAEC GCE Practical Biology questions. I’ll demonstrate the most effective technique for responding to WAEC GCE Alternative to Biology Practical questions so you can achieve a high WAEC score on your biology test.WAEC GCE Questions and Answers for Agriculture 2022–2023 (Essay and Objectives)
Before answering any question, you must be familiar with the WAEC GCE Biology Practical making scheme in order to present your responses in a way that will appeal to the examiner and help you receive high marks.
Keep in mind that each process receives a grade. Therefore, be sure to follow all the steps in order to report and present your actual results. And don’t forget how crucial it is to label things neatly.
You will be required to conduct an experiment and present your findings. The WAEC GCE Biology Specimen that was handed to your school will be somewhat similar to what you see.https://bekeking.com/waec-gce-biology-practical/
Note: During the WAEC GCE Biology Practical test, the 2022 WAEC GCE Practical Biology solutions (expo) will be uploaded. To be informed when the answers are posted, keep checking and refreshing this page. Remember to refresh this page to see the solutions.
WAEC GCE Nov/Dec. Biology Practical Answers 2022 Loading…
Note: The answers below are the 2020 Nov/Dec answers.
I. Elephant
II. Zebra
III. Rhinoceros
IV. Crocodile
V. Lion
Endangered species
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
C/Butterfly D/Caterpillar
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
C/Butterfly E/Grasshopper
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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