Link box questions

Foundation tier papers may include questions in which you have to draw lines to match correct options. These questions will include incorrect choices.

When you answer a link box question, draw the number of lines needed to answer the question.

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Sample question 1 – Foundation

Question

Sexual reproduction in humans involves the joining of an egg cell and a sperm cell.

Draw one line from each type of cell to the number of chromosomes in the cell. [2 marks]

Draw lines from each type of cell to the correct number of chromosomes.

The drawn lines show a sperm cell has 23 chromosomes and an embryo cell has 46

Sample question 2 – Foundation

Question

Animal and plant cells have several parts. Each part has a different function.

Draw one line from each cell part to the correct function of that part.

[3 marks]

Draw lines from each part of a cell to its correct function

Lines are drawn between the parts of the cell and their functions