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.

Foundation tier papers may also include questions in which you have to complete a sentence. Some of these questions include words or phrases to choose from in a box. You do not have to use all the words or phrases - some of them will be wrong.

These questions have been written by Bitesize consultants as suggestions to the types of questions that may appear in an exam paper.

Sample question 1 - Foundation

Question

Draw one line from each measure of the effectiveness of a reaction to its equation. [2 marks]

Two measures of effectiveness in boxes on the left and five possible equations in boxes on the right.
Lines now join the two measures of effectiveness with the correct equations on the right.

Sample question 2 - Foundation

Question

Use words and/or phrases from the box to complete the sentences. [2 marks]

  • equal to
  • made
  • more than
  • less than
  • destroyed

The law of conservation of mass states that no atoms are lost or ______ in a chemical reaction. This means that the mass of products is ______ the mass of reactants.

The law of conservation of mass states that no atoms are lost or made [1] in a chemical reaction. This means that the mass of products is equal to [1] the mass of reactants.