This question was attempted by many candidates and candidates performed fairly well. In part (a) candidates could not identify the part of the human skeleton, they could also not write correct spellings.
In part (b) candidates could not name the labelled part.
In part (c) candidates could not count correctly and state the number of bones found in the parts labelled.
In part (d) candidate state the functions of the part of human skeleton correctly.
The expected answers were as follows:
- Identification of the bone
(b) Naming the labelled parts
i - cervical vertebrae
ii - thoracic vertebrae
iii - lumbar vertebrae
iv - sacral vertebrae/sacrum
v - Intervertebral disc/disc of cartilage.
Number of Bones found in each labeled part
I - 7 bones - 1 mark
II - 12 bones - 1 mark
III - 5 bones - 1 mark