Mock exam paper A Higher Level Marking Scheme
PRE-JUNIOR CERTIFICATE EXAMINATION 2011
Section A Marking Scheme Higher level
Mark best 16 answers. 5 marks per question, divide total by two at end of process.
EG: Students scores 66 marks out of 80, their actual total is 33 out of 40.
Belt sander Sander
Use: Sanding rough timber, shaping curved work
Screw, Round wire nail, panel pin.
Stagnant air, spores, food source, moisture content above 20%
Oak, maple/sycamore, Scots pine
Ash, horse chestnut , beech = hardwood
Larch, Sitka spruce, pine= soft wood
Poly vinyl chloride.
Jack plane, plane or other type plane
General planing removing lines and cleaning up surfaces.
Sketch showing tenon of suitable size (take into account neatness)
Rack and pinion. Other gear mechanism
Mortise machine, pilar drill, any machine with up/down gear mechanism.
No lead on floor, do not cross room, use nearest outlet, ensure cable is not damaged before use or similar
Tension. Any other force
Marking knife, any other hand held knife/cutting tool
Ferrous metals oxidise (rust) non ferrous do not.
Galvanising process, paint, plastic coat or similar
Auger, Spade bit, Forstner bit
Drilling larger holes by hand, Drilling larger holes using power drill
Drilling holes to a specific depth where a flat finish is required.
Oak, Horse chestnut , Ash/sycamore
Wearing of dust masks, Proper ventilation, ensuring machines are hooked up to dust extractor. Or similar.
Filling, sanding, priming, undercoating, glossing
1 mark for each in correct order
A; Neutral. B: Earth. Not in correct order or live
Fuse: safety feature to prevent power surge, or similar
Thermosetting, Thermoplastic, Thermosetting, Thermoplastic.
1 mark for each correct one, 1 extra if all correct.
Section B Higher level Marking Scheme.