Primary 4 Second Term Examination

The post Consists of Second Term Examinations For the following subjects

  1. Agricultural Science
  2. Basic science
  3. English Grammar
  4. Verbal Reasoning
  5. Art
  6. Vocational Aptitude
  7. Bible knowledge
  8. Home Economics
  9. Social studies
  10. Mathematics





SUBJECT: Agricultural Science 


  1. Good seeds, stem cutting, fertilizer, weeding and pest killing chemicals are ____

(a) materials needed to stop farming (b) materials needed for bush-fallowing

(c) materials needed for growing crops (d) materials needed for building houses

  1. It is good to note that too much of chemicals is not good for crops as they may _____

(a) build the body of the fruits (b) burn the leaves of crops and eventually kill them

(c) promote the roots (d) expand the leaves

  1. The first step to take when growing ornamental plants is ____

(a) nursery bed preparation (b) planting (c) land clearing (d) weeding

  1. The last step to take when growing ornamental plants is ____

(a) manuring (b) pruning (c) transplanting (d) watering

  1. Ornamental plants are flower plant that are used to ____ (a) pointing to the house owner (b) warning the stranger of where to pass (c) adding to the beauty of a house (d) all of the above
  2. Comost is formed through ____

(a) re-cycled iron (b) re-cycled rubber (c) plant and animal matter (d) air

  1. Compost improves_____ (a) house warming (b) human food (c) atmosphere (d) solid structure
  2. Industrial compost can be produced through ____ (a) waste materials generated within a particular place (b) waste iron (c) waste chemicals (d) waste oil
  3. The two basic methods of making compost are _____ (a) air and breeze methods

(b) pit and heap methods (c) water and cold methods (d) harrowing and ploughing methods

  1. The most important factor of production is _____

(a) money (b) land (c) management (d) labour

  1. Land can be used in the following ways except ____ (a) growing of food and arable crops (b) growing of grasses (c) planting forest trees (d) reserve for air space
  2. Crop farm tools are instruments farmers used to _____ (a) fight his co-farmers (b) work at mechanic workshop (c) carry out simple farming operations (d) fight during the war
  3. Wheelbarrow is used for ____ (a) cutting of the grasses (b) digging ground

(c) carrying poultry and animal dung

  1. Feeding and watering troughs are used to ____ (a) inject animals (b) give farm animals feed and water (c) catch fish in the water (d) wash farm animals
  2. One of the maintenance of farm tools is ____

(a) wash and dry the farm tools after use (b) putting in the bush after use

(c) keeping under the ground after use (d) store on the dunghill after use.

  1. One of the steps to take in making compost is ____ (a) gathering of stones (b) digging pits

(c) gathering of refuse (d) ploughing of the land

  1. How many pits are required to dig in compost making (a) 1 (b) 2 (c) 4 (d) 5
  2. In agriculture, pruning means _____ (a) planting of the seed (b) harvesting of crops

(c) trimming some of the branches (d) digging of the ground

  1. The following are maintenances and care of farm tools except___ (a) putting inside fire every day (b) putting inside sun everyday (c) store in a cool dry place (d) putting inside the bush
  2. The three factors of productions are (a) Food, ar and live (b) land, labour and capital

(c) vehicle, house and food (d) workers, cars and houses


  1. Mention five ways of maintaining animals farm tools

(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________

(c) ________________________________ (d) ________________________________

(e) ________________________________

  1. What are the uses of the following crop farm tools
  2. Cutlass ________________________________________________________________
  3. Hoe___________________________________________________________________
  4. Shovel_________________________________________________________________
  5. Axe___________________________________________________________________
  6. Hand trowel_____________________________________________________________

N.B: One function or use for each

  1. Mention at least five basic factors of production

(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________

(c) ________________________________ (d) ________________________________

(e) ________________________________

  1. Compost is ________________________________________________________________

b.) The two basic methods of making compost are _____________ and _____________ methods

  1. Mention four materials needed for growing crops

(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________

(c) ________________________________ (d) ________________________________






  1. One of the purpose God reveals Himself to u is _____ (a) to beat us (b) to lie to us

(c) to commune with us (d) to seduce us

  1. ‘Speak Lord, for they Servant hears’ who said this statement?
  2. Moses (b) Elijah (c) Samuel (d) John
  3. The right attitude to show when God reveals Himself to us is the following except

(a) close our two ears to what He is saying (b) be patient

(c) we must be very sure to receive the revelation (d) be in His presence

  1. Sin makes God _____ (a) happy (b) sad (c) lively (d) praise us
  2. To sin means ____ (a) to laugh at people (b) to commit an offence or break God’s law

(c) to share with one another (d) to hold a friend

  1. Forgiveness means _____ (a) quit (b) anction (c) pardon (d) run
  2. God gave us a commandment to _____ one another as He _____ us

(a) hate (b) fight (c) love (d) treat

  1. ‘Jesus son of David, have mercy on me’. This statement was said by whom?

(a) Matthew (b) David (c) Bartimaeus (d) Zacchaeus

  1. What did the person who said this statement in question ‘8’ wanted?

(a) He was begging for food (b) He was begging to regain his sight

(c) he was begging to stand up (d) he was begging for money

  1. Who was a tax collector in Jericho and as well a rich man?
  2. John (b) Paul (c) Matthew (d) Zacchaeus
  3. One of the advantage of showing love to one another re the following except

(a) it draws us nearer to one another (b) it promotes peaceful live among

(c) it promotes fight and agony (d) it brings unity

  1. Prayer is an act of ________

(a) communicating with the devil (b) communicating with our mother

(c) communicating with God (d) communicating with our friends

  1. One of the reasons why we pray is ____ (a) to abuse God (b) to beg for arms

(c) To honour God and glorify Him (d) to bully our friends

  1. Who taught his disciples how to pray? (a) Obatalas (b) Saul (c) Paul (d) Jesus Christ
  2. Zacchaeus the tax collector ran to climb ___ tree to see Jesus because he was ____

(a) Iroko / tall (b) Baoba / long (c) Sycamore / short (d) Mango / Very big

  1. ‘Today, salvation has come to this house’. Who said this statement and to who? (a) Timothy to Bartmaeus (b) Moses to Israel (c Jesus Christ to Zacchaeus (d) Pontuplatau to Guards
  2. One of the miracles Jesus did through prayer was _____ (a) heaven opened

(b) Lazarus was raised from dead (c) Red sea was divided (d) king Herod fell from throne

  1. At the end of his life, Jesus prayers at the Garden of _____
  2. Jordan (b) Gethsemane (c) Bethsaida (d) mountain
  3. Bartimaeus was _____ (a) dead (b) sick (c) blind (d) cripple
  4. We should always ask God for

(a) our needs (b) little things (c) nothing (d) special things only

Section B: Theory

  1. Mention four reasons why Jesus prayed

(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________

(c) ________________________________ (d) ________________________________

b.) List four people Jesus showed love to

(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________

(c) ________________________________ (d) ________________________________

  1. State four ways in which God reveals Himself to us

(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________

(c) ________________________________ (d) ________________________________

  1. How many times did God call Samuel? ___________________________________________

b.) What was Samuel’s response when God called him the last time?

  1. State four importance of prayer

(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________

(c) ________________________________ (d) ________________________________

  1. State the two conditions necessary for forgiveness of sins

(a) _________________________________________________________________________

(b) _________________________________________________________________________







Mr. Usman Bado walked up to the ticket office for Dami Airlines and bought two tickets. The cashier asked, ‘Sir, do you have any luggage to check in?’

“Yes,” answered Uncle Usman. “One suitcase”. He put it on the scale and a Dami Airlines worker put a label on it and took it away.

Uncle, the man is carrying our suitcase away. What is he going to do with it? Asked Bala.

“We can’t carry our heavy suitcase inside the place. It has to be put in a place under the plane”.

Uncle Usman paid the air port tax and he and Bala walked towards the plane. It was parked on the tarmac. Its door was opened and a stairway was stood at the entrance of the plane. An air hostess was standing there. When Uncle Usman and Bala walked inside, she said “You’re welcome. Your seats are here. “Your seat numbers are E1 and E2”.

She told all the passengers, please, sit down and fasten your seat belt”.

Bala smiled broadly and sat near a window. Uncle Usman showed him how to fasten a seat belt”. “May I walk to the back of the plane? Asked Bala.

Uncle Usman replied, “Not yet”. Wait till the plane has taken off. The air hostess will tell us when we can leave our seats”.

Bala settled into his seat and looked around him. He was sure he would enjoy the flight to Lagos.

Answer these questions:

  1. Where did Uncle Usman buy their tickets?

  1. Where was their suitcase put on the plane? _________________________________________

  1. Who welcomed them? _________________________________________________________

  1. Could they sit anywhere they like? How do you know? _______________________________

  1. Why do you think Bala could not walk to the back of the plane?

Section B: English Grammar

Instructions: Answer all questions

Choose the correct answer from the options A, B, C and D. the answer you choose must be in the perfect tense.

  1. She apologized to me for what she _____ (a) has done (b) had done (c) did (d) do
  2. The Prime Minister praised the soldiers for they _____ bravely in the battle
  3. fought (b) has fought (c) had fought (d) has been fighting
  4. The pilot _____ the air port by four O’clock. (a) left (b) was left (c) leaving (d) has left
  5. As soon as I _____ my homework, I had my lunch.
  6. had finished (b) finish (c) has finish (d) finished
  7. He ______ by a bee and his nose was swollen.
  8. sting (b) stung (c) had been stung (d) has been stung

Choose the correct answer from the options A, B, C and D. The answer you choose must be in the Future Continuous Tense

  1. My sister will be _____ for our school at the interschool meet next year
  2. Ran (b) run (c) running (d) runner
  3. Will your sister be _____ married next year (a) getting (b) gets (c) got (d) get
  4. We will be _____ for Johannesburg tomorrow. (a) leave (b) leaving (c) left (d) leaves
  5. “My class will be _____ up their books in the evening”, said the teacher.
  6. Passing (b) pass (c) passed (d) passes
  7. The doctor will be _____ on the dangers of drugs (a) talk (b) talking (c) talked (d) talks

Choose the correct answer from the options A, B, C and D. your answers must be in Past Continuous Tense

  1. The child ____ with his friend when he heard a loud bang.
  2. Play (b) played (c) is playing (d) was playing
  3. The people _____ for the rain to come.
  4. was praying (b) is praying (c) prayed (d) were praying
  5. The sister _____ to score a goal when the referee blew the whistle
  6. was going (b) gone (c) goes (d) were going
  7. Last night, my sister _____ cold, so he drew the blanket close to him
  8. feel (b) is feeling (c) was feeling (d) were feeling
  9. The boys ____ the camp when the girls arrived
  10. is leaving (b) leave (c) were leaving (d) left

Choose the correct answer from the options. Your answer must be a Gerund or Infinitive

  1. ___________ a person is a serious offence (a) to kill (b) killed (c) was killed (d) kills
  2. She looks ___________ pretty dresses for her doll (a) sew (b) sews (c) sewing (d) sewed
  3. It is dangerous ___________ a car without holding the steering wheel.
  4. drive (b) to drive (c) to driving (d) drove

Choose the correct answer from the options

  1. Science __________ certainly not my favourite subject (a) are (b) is (c) has (d) have
  2. Half the factories in the town ________ closed down. (a) is (b) are (c) has (d) have

Section C: English Composition

Instruction: Choose one only out of the questions

  1. You were given a double promotion following your outstanding performance in the last promotion examination. Write a letter to your friend telling him / her how you prepare, who prepared you and other efforts put in to give you this outstanding success.
  2. Write a letter to your elder sister explaining the reasons for your inability to pay her a Christmas visit as earlier planned.
  3. Your close friend was not opportune to come to your birthday party. Write a letter telling your friend how your birthday was celebrated.

NB: Your letter should not be less than 170 words.[mediator_tech]





Choose the words that are related to the other words listed

Examples: (a) goat (b) lion (c) pig (d) animals

The correct answer is (d) because all the words refer to animals

  1. (a) cobbler (b) blacksmith (c) farmer (d) occupation
  2. (a) court (b) judge (c) magistrate (d) accuse
  3. (a) beans (b) food (c) yam (d) rice
  4. (a) knife (b) fork (c) kitchen (d) spoons
  5. (a) chalk (b) school (c) pupils (d) teacher

Pick the words that are connected from the options provided

Example: Food and eat; water and drink

  1. Teeth and chew; tongue and ___________________ (a) laugh (b) count (c) smell (d) taste
  2. Tailor and cloths; mason and __________________ (a) chalk (b) bricks (c) saw (d) shoe
  3. Wallet and money; vase and __________________ (a) spoon (b) flowers (c) zip (d) keys
  4. Dentist and teeth, pharmacists and ______________ (a) sick (b) drugs (c) chair (d) farm
  5. Cock and cockerels; hen and ________________ (a) henine (b) fowl (c) kid (d) chickens

Re-arrange the following by reversing the spellings to form meaningful words:

Flow = wolf, Pot = top

  1. May = ___________________
  2. Mood = __________________
  3. Dog = ___________________
  4. Emit = ___________________
  5. Stool = ___________________

Study the relationship between the first two words, then pick the next suitable word that relates to the first two words

Example: Lock – Locket; tick – ticket

  1. Rip – Ripe; Fin – ____________ (a) fish (b) finish (c) firm (d) fine
  2. Hip – Ship; Hop – ____________ (a) shorn (b) hopped (c) shop (d) port
  3. Locket – Lock; basket – ___________ (a) locker (b) basking (c) bask (d) asked
  4. Peak – Pick; Steak – ____________ (a) lock (b) seal (c) stream (d) stick
  5. Chop – hop; cheap – ____________ (a) heap (b) change (c)





  1. The expression of feelings, thoughts and idea, which grow out of the emotion is _____
  2. act (b) art (c) culture (d) heart
  3. Art is divided into _____ and _____

(a) visual art and non visual art (b) visual act and non visual act

(c) visual thought and non visual though (d) visual dress and non visual dress

  1. The pigments substance or light source with behaviours qualities of true value and intensity is___________ (a) balloons (b) animals (c) colours (d) light
  2. There are _____ of colours (a) 5 (b) 2 (c) 3 (d) 6
  3. The colours that cannot be gotten from any other colours are called ____

(a) TRIAS (b) blue (c) TRIADS (d) CLAYS

  1. The primary colours are ____

(a) black, white and yellow (b) red, yellow and blue

(c) violet, black and pink (d) gray, violet and purple

  1. The mixture of two primary colour is called _____

(a) light colour (b) secondary colour (c) tertiary colour

  1. _____ is the art of expressing idea with lines on canvas paper or wall.

(a) driving (b) travelling (c) drawing (d) carving

  1. _____ is the singular or compositional drawing of lifeless or an inanimate object with suitable media. (a) walking drawing (b) back drawing (c) still-life drawing (d) tall drawing
  2. The sound of duck is known as ____________ (a) meow (b) quacks (c) sings (d) blasts

Section B: Still Life Drawing

  1. Draw two musical instruments
  2. Drum
  3. Sekere






  1. ____________ is a device used for snapping pictures (a) stethoscope (b) camera (c) flash light
  2. __________ is the act of taking pictures with the use of camera
  3. photography (b) broadcasting (c) reporting
  4. The person that takes pictures with camera is called ____

(a) journalist (b) photographer (c) artist

  1. A photographer’s workplace is called ____ (a) salon (b) stadium (c) studio
  2. How many types of camera do we have? (a) 1 (b) 2 (c) 3
  3. The following are not the material or tools used by an artist or in artwork except _____

(a) paint or colour (b) urine (c) crude oil

  1. ________ is used to create effect on drawing (a) ruler (b) sharpener (c) artist sponges
  2. _______ is a medium for drafting an artwork (a) brush (c) eraser (c) drawing board
  3. ________ is used to cut object or use in carving sculpture (a) pencil (b) ruler (c) knife
  4. _____ is the art of arranging and combining sounds able to be produced by human voice or instrument (a) colour (b) music (c) sculpture
  5. _______ is the art of arranging a piece of writing in lines to a regular rhythm and of the rhyme (a) camera (b) studio (c) poetry
  6. Hair dressing may include the process of cutting, washing, curling and braiding

(a) true (b) false (c) all of the above

  1. Hairdressing is an occupation for female only (a) true (b) false (c) all of the above
  2. Where a hairdressing carries out her activities is called a ______

(a) shop (b) salon (c) market

  1. A man hairdresser is called ___ (a) barber (b) coiffeur (c) headmaster
  2. Coiffeuse is a hairdresser for ____ (a) old (b) male (c) female
  3. The following tools are used by tailor except ____ (a) pliers (b) scissors (c) razor
  4. _____ is the person that sews and repairs clothes (a) carpenter (b) welder (c) tailor
  5. The machine that is used for sewing clothes is called _____ (a) cutting (b) sewing (c) carving
  6. Which of these tools is used for making fabric (a) scissors (b) needle (c) chacoaliner

Section B: Theory

  1. What is photography

b.) A camera is _________________________________________________________________

c.) Mention 3 types of photography

(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________

(c) ________________________________

  1. What is artwork______________________________________________________________

b.) Who is an artist?______________________________________________________________

  1. List five tools used in artwork

(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________

(c) ________________________________ (d) ________________________________

(e) ________________________________

  1. What is hairdressing___________________________________________________________

b.) Discuss the following

  1. Barber __________________________________________________________________
  2. Coiffeur _________________________________________________________________
  3. Coiffeuse________________________________________________________________
  4. What is tailoring______________________________________________________________

b.) List four specialists in tailoring

(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________

(c) ________________________________ (d) ________________________________






  1. Pests are _____ which damage crops by feeding on them (a0 organisms (b) organs (c) cells
  2. __________ is a pest of yam (a) aluids (b) insects (c) beetle
  3. ________ is a disorder or an abnormality in the system of living things which prevents proper functioning. (a) disease (b) desease (c) deseese
  4. There are __________ methods of controlling pests and diseases (a) seven (b) three (c) four
  5. The teeth can be found in which part of our body? ____ (a) chest (b) hand (c) mouth
  6. There are _____ types of teeth (a) 3 (b) 4 (c) 5
  7. The first set of teeth in children is called _____ (a) milk teeth (b) milky teeth (c) millet teeth
  8. The _____ is used in biting and cutting of food into pieces (a) carines (b) molars (c) incisors
  9. The _____ is used for tasting food. (a) mouth (b) lips (c) tongue
  10. The ______ support food into and prevent it from pouring out of the mouth

(a) stomach (b) lips (c) hands

  1. _____ is the topmost layer of the earth. (a) soil (b) water (c) sky
  2. There are ______ types of soil (a) 4 (b) 3 (c) 6
  3. ______ is the best soil for planting (a) clayey (b) sandy (c) loamy
  4. _____ is a liquid substance which is odourless, tasteless and transparent in its pure and undiluted form (a) water (b) atmosphere (c) sky
  5. ______ is a process of a liquid substance gradually changing into its gaseous form

(a) evaporation (b) transmission (c) diffusion

  1. ______ is described as the process of vapour changing back to water, when it comes in contact with a cooler surface (a) evaporation (b) condensation (c) osmosis
  2. ___________ are chemicals used to make water free from bacteria or germs

(a) hypo (b) detergents (c) disinfectants

  1. There are ____ classes of food (a) 8 (b) 6 (c) 7
  2. ______ is a meal which contains all the classes of food in the right proportion
  3. meal planning (b) table manner (c) balanced diet
  4. _________ are infected foods which make us sick or cause diseases in the body if they are consumed (a) harmful foods (b) hammer food (c) hunger food

Section B:

  1. Mention three causes of diseases

(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________

(c) ________________________________

b.) List four common diseases in plants

(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________

(c) ________________________________ (d) ________________________________

  1. Explain agents of diseases

b.) List four diseases casual agents in plants

(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________

(c) ________________________________ (d) ________________________________

  1. Name the types of teeth

(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________

b.) State the uses of each tooth

  1. List the types of soil and state one property of each

b.) Define solvent________________________________________________________________

  1. State three uses of water

(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________

(c) ________________________________

b.) Explain purification of water






  1. _____ are light refreshments eaten in-between meals (a) snacks (b) snakes (c) transport
  2. _____ are drinks made from fruits extract (a) fruit drinks (b) action drinks (c) five alive
  3. Snacks help to replenish energy which gets low as a result of daily activities

(a) True (b) False (c) Maybe

  1. Snacks can be used to replace the main meals of the day (a) Yes (b) No (c) Maybe
  2. Snacks and fruit drinks are referred to as ______ (a) fullers (b) fillers (c) feeders
  3. ______ are 100 percent fruit extracts (a) fruit juice (b) alcohol (c) blood
  4. ______ is fastening of cloth leather, fur, bark or other flexible materials using a needle and thread (a) sewing (b) sowing (c) sawing
  5. ____________ is a process of creating fabrics from yam or thread using a crochet hook

(a) crocheting (b) crosheting (c) croacheting

  1. The best sewing needles for hand sewing are _____ (a) shapes (b) shirps (c) sharps
  2. The sewing machine produces ____ stitches (a) wonderful (b) beautiful (c) ugly
  3. __________ is used for sewing of garments, household furnishing (a) sweeping machine (b) sewing machine (c) swing machine
  4. Needles for sewing are safer when stuck to a _____

(a) pin pusher (b) pin causion (c) pin cushion

  1. Knitting pins and crotchet pins are kept in a _______

(a) sewing kit (b) sleaming kit (c) sleeping kit

  1. Proper storage can also help to prevent accidents which these tools can cause

(a) true (b) false (c) maybe

  1. Hats, booties for babies, sweaters, bonnets, belt, head bands and socks can be produced through _____ (a) kniting (b) knitting (c) knighting
  2. One of these is not an equipment used in simple sewing

(a) stitching awl (b) paper (c) bobbing

  1. _______ are things we cannot share with other people

(a) personal dressing (b) personal belongings (c) personal gifts

  1. The _____ is where we relax to watch television and entertain visitors

(a) sitting room (b) store (c) kitchen

  1. ______ is the place where food is prepared (a) store (b) study room (c) kitchen
  2. We take our bath in the ______ (a) toilet (b) bathroom (c) living room

Section B:

  1. List four types of snacks

(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________

(c) ________________________________ (d) ________________________________

b.) Mention two fruit drinks

(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________

  1. In a tabular form state three differences between snacks and main meals
  2. Define sewing

b.) Explain knitting

4.) List three tools used in sewing

(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________

(c) ________________________________

b.) Mention two uses of needles

(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________






  1. ___________ is a well-educated Fulani teacher of Islam and a reformer
  2. Shehu Usman Dan Fodio (b) Afonja of Ilorin (c) Obafemi Awolowo
  3. ______ sent an empty calabash to Alafin Aole (a) Kosoko (b) Obafemi (c) Afonja
  4. An empty calabash signifies _______ (a) he was no longer under his authority
  5. he is fighting his authority (c) he is still under his authority
  6. ______ was the grandson of Ologun Kutere, the King of Lagos
  7. Kosoko (b) Obafemi (c) Afonja
  8. The first Europeans to land on the shores of Lagos in the early 1500s are ______
  9. the British (b) the French (c) The Portuguese
  10. Nigeria was colonized by the _____ government in the year 1901
  11. British (b) French (c) Germans
  12. The name “Nigeria” was given to the three zones in the year ___ (a) 1915 (b) 1941 (c) 1914
  13. ______ was the first prime minister of Nigeria
  14. Nnamdi Azikwe (b) Tafawa balewa (c) Jaja of Opobo
  15. NCNC means ________________ (a) Niger Council of Nigeria and Camerouns (b) National Council of Nigeria and Camerouns (c) National Council of Nigeria and Camerouns
  16. _______ are things we need that make our way of life possible
  17. Resources (b) reesoures (c) reasources
  18. _____ is the money an individual or business receives in exchange for labour and services
  19. income (b) insult (c) revenue
  20. _______ are those materials that are produced by God or nature for the use of man.
  21. National resources (b) nation resources (c) natural resourcs
  22. __________ is the act of keeping something from being damaged, wasted, lost or destroyed (a) conservation (b) condemnation (c) condensation
  23. There are _____ natural resources in Nigeria (a) 7 (b) 4 (c) 5
  24. _____ is a non-living substance that can be found naturally
  25. mineral (b) resources (c) employment
  26. Agricultural resources can be divided into ____ (a) 4 (b) 3 (c) 5
  27. _______ is a place where people money is held for safety (a) school (b) office (c) bank
  28. ______ is a state of being very poor (a) poultry (b) poverty (c) puberty
  29. ______ is the collection of people living (a) popular (b) population (c) census
  30. The movement of a large number of people from one place to another is called ____
  31. population change (b) population sample (c) population drift

Section B

  1. Mention the names of the three provinces that became Nigeria

(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________

(c) ________________________________

b.) Name three Nigerians whole the struggle for independence

(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________

(c) ________________________________

  1. In what year did Nigeria became a republic _______________________________________

Who was the President of Nigeria? ______________________________________________

Who was the Prime Minister? __________________________________________________

  1. Define resources and give two examples of resources

b.) List three reasons why people get different salaries

(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________

(c) ________________________________

  1. What are cash crops

b.) List three cash crops

(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________

(c) ________________________________

c.) Define conservation and give two examples of the resources we can conserve






  1. The beliefs that members of a community have are called ______
  2. civil values (b) civil goods (c) civil service
  3. The following are good civic value except ________ (a) loyalty (b) injustice (c) honesty
  4. _______ is the acceptance of other members of the society as fellow citizens recognizing and respecting their rights (a) peaceful co-existence (b) existence of war (c) peaceful resistance
  5. ______ is the power that a nation has to govern itself without external control
  6. sovereignity (b) suferinity (c) shoveignity
  7. The feeling and beliefs shared by a group of people who come from a common heritage is known as _____ (a) ethnicity (b) ethinecity (c) attitudes
  8. The inability to read and write in any language is known as _____
  9. Literacy (b) illeratcy (c) eliteracy
  10. ______ is a common feeling of shared values by a group of people
  11. community (b) communalism (c) commodity
  12. _____ is a body of people sharing a spirit of unity and living together under the same government. (a) Nation (b) nation (c) Nigeria
  13. One of the following is not a characteristics of a nation ____
  14. Government (b) territory (c) money
  15. The feeling and beliefs shared by a group of people who come from a common heritage is referred to as ____ (a) ethic (b) ethnicity (c) education
  16. ______ is a type of traditional form of government (a) monarchy (b) oligarchy (c) hierarchy


  1. ______ is a form of government by a powerful few or priviledged people
  2. monary (b) oligarychy (c) democracy
  3. ______ is a form of government that allows participation by every citizen in the government (a) democratic (b) democracy (c) democrat
  4. A form of government in which the nobles rule for the benefit of all is called ____
  5. oligarchy (b) democracy (c) aristocracy
  6. A government based on a hierarchy of land ownership is known as ___
  7. feudalism (b) fendalism (c) feedalism
  8. ______ form of government derives its power from the barrels of the gun and not from the people (a) military (b) ministry (c) civilian
  9. A ______ is an assembly of people who make laws and discuss the country’s affairs
  10. parliament (b) presidential (c) system
  11. ______ is where the government is headed by an elected president
  12. presidential system (b) planting system (c) planning system
  13. Local government can also be referred to as _____ (a) grass root (b) glass root (c) leaf root
  14. The duties of a traditional ruler include the following except _____ (a) settling dispute

(b) maintaining laws and order in the community (c) quarreling in the community

Section B

  1. List four problems facing the local government

(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________

(c) ________________________________ (d) ________________________________

b.) Mention four responsibilities of parents to their children

(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________

(c) ________________________________ (d) ________________________________

  1. State three civic values that are good

b.) Define a nation and state two characteristics of a nation

  1. State three reasons for nation building

b.) Mention four causes of ethnicity

(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________

(c) ________________________________ (d) _____________________________[mediator_tech]





  1. Add 7 1/8 + 16 1/3 + 48 ¼ (a) 7111/24 (b) 1711/24 (c) 8111/24
  2. 371/2 – 21¾ (a) 161/8 (b) 285/8 (c) 323/8
  3. 3 ¼ + 5½ (a) 8½ (b) 82/4 (c) 8¾
  4. 21.374 + 26.815 + 36.426 (a) 84.588 (b) 84.885 (c) 84.858
  5. 72.143 + 30.645 + 28.732 (a) 311.52 (b) 131.52 (c) 113.52
  6. 124.35 – 86.48 (a) 37.87 (b) 84.18 (c) 48.81
  7. 55 – 6.82 (a) 48.18 (b) 84.18 (c) 48.81
  8. 164 x 30 (a) 4920 (b) 4290 (c) 4902
  9. 550 x 1000 = (a) 55000 (b) 5550000 (c) 550000
  10. 450 x 100 = (a) 4500 (b) 45000 (c) 450000
  11. Find the square of 79 (a) 6241 (b) 6421 (c) 6124
  12. 882 – 422 = (a) 5980 (b) 5890 (c) 5908
  13. Find the square root 841 (a) 29 (b) 28 (c) 39
  14. 122 + 162 = (a) 600 (b) 400 (c) 300
  15. 4 x 625 = (a) 60 (b) 55 (c) 50
  16. Divide 424 by 2 (a) 122 (b) 221 (c) 212
  17. 904 divided by 4 = (a) 622 (b) 226 (c) 262
  18. Find the L.C.M of 12, 18 and 24 (a) 52 (b) 62 (c) 72
  19. Find the H.C.F of 12, 20 and 96 (a) 2 (b) 4 (c) 3
  20. Estimate 28 + 41 to the nearest 10. Tens (a) 70 (b) 60 (c) 50

Section B:

  1. Estimate 4349.9 to nearest 1000

b.) Add N29.17 + N36.18

  1. Ade went to a market. He bought a tuber of yam for N10.75, onion for N23.72 and tomatoes for N19.50. How much did he spend in the market?

b.) An electric kettle cost N235.50. Ngozi has N132.00. How much money does she needs to add

to buy the kettle?

  1. Write in words: 389.07

b.) Hassan saved N75.50 a month. How much does he save in two years?

  1. Divide N84.44 by 4

b.) Find the H.C.F of 45 and 108

  1. Copy and complete to form equivalent fractions

(i) 4/9 = 12/ (ii) 3/5 = /15

  1. Write each of these as a decimal fractions
  2. 75/100 (b) 3/1000
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