**Practice Questions for Units 3 & 4**

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The Practice Questions are:

- Conveniently divided into topics across Units 3 & 4
- Modelled on the range of question types in the end-of-year exam
- Ideal for testing and consolidating knowledge as each topic is completed
- Relevant to the subject Study Design as of February 2020
- Available for quick digital delivery.

**Practice Questions are available for the following subjects:**

Sciences(out now) | Maths(out now) | Business Studies(out in mid-July) | Other subjects(out in August) |

Biology Chemistry Physics Psychology | Further Maths Maths Methods Specialist Maths | Business Management Economics Legal Studies | EAL Section C English Section C Food Studies Health and Human Development Physical Education |

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** Sciences**

Subject | Topic | Number of questions | |

MC | SA | ||

Biology | Unit 3 AoS 1: How do cellular processes work? | 13 | 6 |

Unit 3 AoS 2: How do cells communicate? | 10 | 3 | |

Unit 4 AoS 1: How are species related? | 8 | 6 | |

Unit 4 AoS 2: How do humans impact on biological processes? | 6 | 3 | |

Unit 4 AoS 3: Practical investigation | 2 | 2 | |

Chemistry | Unit 3 AoS 1: What are the options for energy production? | 19 | 4 |

Unit 3 AoS 2: How can the yield of a chemical product be optimised? | 12 | 4 | |

Unit 4 AoS 1: How can the diversity of carbon compounds be explained and categorised? | 12 | 3 | |

Unit 4 AoS 2: What is the chemistry of food? | 11 | 4 | |

Unit 4 AoS 3: Practical investigation | 1 | 2 | |

Physics | Unit 3 AoS 1: How do things move without contact? | 10 | 8 |

Unit 3 AoS 2: How are fields used to move electrical energy? | 2 | 4 | |

Unit 3 AoS 3: How fast can things go? | 8 | 11 | |

Unit 4 AoS 1: How can waves explain the behaviour of light? | 5 | 2 | |

Unit 4 AoS 2: How are light and matter similar? | 4 | 7 | |

Unit 4 AoS 3: Practical investigation | 6 | 3 | |

Psychology | Unit 3 AoS 1: How does the nervous system enable psychological functioning? | 31 | 8 |

Unit 3 AoS 2: How do people learn and remember? | 50 | 8 | |

Unit 4 AoS 1: How is wellbeing developed and maintained? | 26 | 8 | |

Unit 4 AoS 2: What influences mental wellbeing? | 13 | 4 | |

Unit 4 AoS 3: Analysis and evaluation of a practical investigation | 14 | 7 |

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**Maths**

Subject | Topic | Number of questions | ||

Exam 1 | Exam 2 | |||

Further Maths | Data Analysis 1: Investigating data distributions | 20 | 6 | |

Data Analysis 2: Investigating associations between two variables and modelling linear associations | 16 | 5 | ||

Data Analysis 3: Investigation and modelling time series data | 12 | 3 | ||

Recursion and financial modelling 1: Recurrence relations, modelling linear and geometric growth and decay, interest, depreciation | 7 | 5 | ||

Recursion and financial modelling 2: Reducing balance loans, annuities, perpetuities, amortization tables | 10 | 1 | ||

Recursion and financial modelling 3: Using the finance solver | 7 | 2 | ||

Matrices 1: Matrices and their applications | 16 | 4 | ||

Matrices 2: Transition matrices | 8 | 5 | ||

Networks and decision mathematics 1: Undirected graphs and networks | 11 | 4 | ||

Networks and decision mathematics 2: Directed graphs | 13 | 6 | ||

Geometry and measurement 1: Measurement and trigonometry | 18 | 8 | ||

Geometry and measurement 2: Spherical geometry | 6 | 2 | ||

Graphs and relations 1: Construction and interpretation of graphs | 17 | 6 | ||

Graphs and relations 2: Linear programming | 7 | 3 | ||

Maths Methods | Area of Study 1: Functions and graphs | 8 | 14 | 5 |

Area of Study 2: Algebra | 7 | 9 | 4 | |

Area of Study 3: Calculus | 15 | 22 | 10 | |

Area of Study 4: Probability and statistics | 2 | 6 | 3 | |

Specialist Maths | Area of Study 1: Functions and graphs | 5 | 10 | 5 |

Area of Study 2: Algebra | 3 | 9 | 3 | |

Area of Study 3: Calculus | 16 | 13 | 6 | |

Area of Study 4: Vectors | 6 | 10 | 4 | |

Area of Study 5: Mechanics | 2 | 8 | 3 |

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**Business Studies**

Subject | Topic | Number of questions | |

MC | SA | ||

Business Management | Unit 3 AoS 1: Business foundations | 6 | |

Unit 3 AoS 2: Managing employees | 7 | ||

Unit 3 AoS 3: Operations management | 8 | ||

Unit 4 AoS 1: Reviewing performance | 8 | ||

Unit 4 AoS 2: Implementing change | 7 | ||

Economics | Unit 3 AoS 1: An introduction to microeconomics | 11 | 4 |

Unit 3 AoS 2: Domestic macroeconomic goals | 15 | 4 | |

Unit 3 AoS 3: Australia and the world economy | 11 | 4 | |

Unit 4 AoS 1: Aggregate demand policies and domestic economic stability | 6 | 6 | |

Unit 4 AoS 2: Aggregate supply policies | 1 | 1 | |

Legal Studies | Unit 3 AoS 1: The Victorian criminal justice system | 8 | |

Unit 3 AoS 2: The Victorian civil justice system | 5 | ||

Unit 4 AoS 1: The people and the Australian Constitution | 2 | ||

Unit 4 AoS 2: The people, the parliament and the courts | 6 |

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**Other subjects**

Subject | Topic | Number of questions | |

MC | SA | ||

Food Studies | Unit 3 AoS 1: The science of food | ||

Unit 3 AoS 2: Food choice, health and wellbeing | |||

Unit 4 AoS 1: Environment and ethics | |||

Unit 4 AoS 2: Navigating food information | |||

Health and Human Development | Unit 3 AoS 1: Understanding health and wellbeing | ||

Unit 3 AoS 2: Promoting health and wellbeing | |||

Unit 4 AoS 1: Health and wellbeing in a global context | |||

Unit 4 AoS 2: Health and sustainable development goals | |||

Physical Education | Unit 3 AoS 1: How are movement skills improved? | ||

Unit 3 AoS 2: How does the body produce energy? | |||

Unit 4 AoS 1: What are the foundations of an effective training program? | |||

Unit 4 AoS 2: How is training implemented effectively to improve fitness? |

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