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BIOLOGY

SSS 1

Section A

Attempt all questions

  1. The systematic process of making inquiry about the living and non living things is known as _____________ (a)Biology (b)Science (c)Ecology (d)Physiology
  2. Biology is basically grouped into two main branches which are _______ and ______ (a)Anatomy and Morphology (b)Physics and Chemistry (c)Botany and Zoology (d)Science and Technology
  3. Scientific method begins with __________ (a)classification (b)identification (c)observation (d)inquiry
  4. Which of these is NOT a characteristic of living things? (a)respiration (b)reproduction (c)excretion (d)manipulation
  5. The ability of organism to respond to stimuli is known as __________ (a)responsibility (b)irritability (c)adaptability (c)none of the above
  6. Living things are first split into _________ (a)order (b)kingdom (c)family (d)species
  7. The basic unit of classification of living things containing members which have the largest number of features in common and usually interbreed is __________ (a)species (b)class (c)order (d)family
  8. In classification of plants, which of these is NOT among the major groups of plant kingdom? (a)chemophyta (b)thallophyta (c)bryophyte (d)schizophyta
  9. The two sub-group of plants which are angiosperm and gymnosperm came from which of the main groups of the plant kingdom? (a)schzophyta (b)spermatophyta (c)bryophyta (d)thallophyta
  10. Which of these sub-groups of plants gymnosperm and angiosperm that produces te dicotyledon and monocotyledon plants? (a)dicotyledon (b)gymnosperm (c)angiosperm (d)none of the above
  11. The circulation of certain nutrients like nitrogen, carbon, sulphur and water in nature is referred to as ____________ (a)nutrition (b)classes of food (c)nutrient cycles (d)none of the above
  12. In Nitrogen cycles during electrical discharge, nitrogen can be also be fixed into the soil during lightening and thunder storm. Nitrogen in the air combines with __________ to form nitric oxide (a)carbon dioxide (b)oxygen (c)water vapour (d)none of the above
  13. Plants can manufacture their own food and so they are called ____________ (a)autotrophs (c)heteotrophs (c)pototrophs (d) (d)none of the above
  14. Animals cannot manufacture their own food they feed indirectly from plants and so they are called ___________ (a)feeders (b)autotrophs (c)heterotrophs (d)camotrophs
  15. Animals are classified according to the type of food they eat. Which of these is a group of classification? (a)herbivorous animals (b)onivorous animals (c)carnivorous animals (d)all of the above
  16. Animals that feed on both plants and animals are classified as ___________ animals (a)carnivorous animals (b)obnivorous animals (c)herbivorous animals (d)none of the above
  17. Animals that feed on flesh alone are classified as ________ (a)carnivorous animals (b)herbivorous animals (c)obnivorous animals (d)bloodivous animals
  18. Which of these is among the six classes of food nutrient? (a)carbohydrate (b)protein (c)fat and oil (d)vitamins and minerals
  19. Which of these is an importance of carbohydrate? (a)it provides energy required by animals (b)it provides heat during oxidation (c)it is use to build certain parts of the body (d)all of the above
  20. Which of these is an importance of protein? (a)it is used for the repair of worn out tissues (b)it is used for the growth of young ones (c)it is used for the production of hormones (d)all of the above

SECTION B THEORY

Instruction: Answer all questions

  1. (a). Briefly explain the characteristics of livings things

(b). State six differences between plants and animals

2. (a). Name five major division of plant kingdom

(b). State the major division of plant kingdom that produces angiosperm and

gymnosperm plants and describe them in a tabular form.

3. (a). Define photosynthesis

(b). List three importance of photosynthesis

4. (a). Name five conditions necessary for photosynthesis to take place

(b). The greenish pigments in plants after photosynthesis has taken place is called what?

5. (a). List out the six classes of food nutrients

(b). Draw a diagram explaining the nutrient cycle.

 

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AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE

SSS 1

Section A

Attempt all questions

  1. What is the definition of agriculture in Latin? (a)crop cultivation (b)animal rearing (c)crop cultivation and animal rearing (d)field cultivation
  2. Which of these is the full definition of agriculture? (a)the strength of man to till the lamnd and raise animals (b)the attempt of raising animals and cultivating crops (c)the deliberate effort made by man to till the soil, cultivate crops and rear animals as livestock for food and other purposes (d)none of the above
  3. The main stay of Nigeria economy is ___________ (a)money, food and water (b)animals, drinks and food (c)agriculture (d)none of the above
  4. Which of these is not an importance of agriculture? (a)provision of food (b)provision of materials for clothing (c)source of foreign exchange (d)all of the above
  5. Which of this statement is correct about subsistence farming? (a)a farmer cultivates crops and rear animals in a small volume in order to produce food for himself and his family (b)a farmer cultivates crops and rear animals in a large scale in order to sell (C)a farmer cultivates only crops and does not rear animals (d)a farmer rears only animals and does not cultivate crops
  6. The act of cultivating large area of land and rearing large number of livestock is known as __________ (a)commercial farming (b)subsistence farming (c)diplomatic farming (d)general farming
  7. Which of these farming system is mostly practiced by peasant farmers? (a)commercial farming (b)subsistence farming (c)taungia farming (d)agricultural faming
  8. One of these system of farming goes with unimproved varieties of crops and animals (a)subsistence farming (b)commercial farming (c)nomadic farming (d)none of the above
  9. In the area of plant nutrition science and technology has helped in manufacturing of ________ ECEPT (a)fertilizer (b)tractor (c)farm tools (d)milking machine
  10. For photosynthesis to take place the following conditions must be present Except (a)carbon (iv)oxide (b)water (c)sunlight (d)oxygene
  11. What is the botanical name for rice? (a)capisum SPP (b)orytza sativa (c)manihot SPP (d)none of the above
  12. Dioscorea SPP is the botanical name for _________ (a)yam (b)cassava (c)plantain (d)maize
  13. The botanical name for cowpea is __________ (a)vigna unguiculata (b)lycopersicom exculantum (c)abelmoscus exclulentum (d)all of the above
  14. Arachis hypogeal is the botanical name for __________ (a)rubber (b)oil palm (c)tomato (d)groundnut
  15. In classification of crops based on distribution which of these crops can be cultivated in rain forest? (a)cocoa (b)onion (c)potato (d)pepper
  16. Which of these is protein concentrate animal feed? (a)cowpea (b)cassava (c)onions (d)potato
  17. Organisms that can infect other organisms with disease are known as _________ (a)vector (b)predator (c)animal disease (d)none of the above
  18. The disease that can pass from one person to another through direct contact is known as _________ (a)infected disease (b)contaminated disease (c) contagious disease (d)bad disease
  19. Which of the following crops is not a perennial crop (a)citrus (b)coffee (c)tomato (d)cocoa
  20. Which of the following is the most suitable raw material for paper industry? (a)pulp of wood (b)chemicals (c)cement (d)all of the above

SECTION B THEORY

Instruction: Answer all questions

  1. (a). Briefly explain the importance of agriculture in the development of a nation

(b). List out ten relationship between agriculture and allied industries

  1. (a). Discuss three major problems of agriculture in Nigeria

(b). Explain the meanings of subsistence farming and state the disadvantages

  1. (a). List out four areas of specialization in agriculture

(b). State one special area of agriculture you may like to study in the University

  1. (a). State five importance of agriculture

(b). Write a short note on agricultural products

  1. (a). List out three major agricultural products that are used for foreign exchange

(b). Which agricultural products that is commonly used in terms of education?

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AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE

JSS 1

Section A

Attempt all questions

  1. In classification of crops based on their uses which of these crops is a tuber crop? (a)cowpea (b)rice (c)millet (d)cassava
  2. Classification based on their uses which of these crops is grass legume? (a)yam (b)cowpea (c)maize (d)potato
  3. Classification based on life span which of these crops is annual crop? (a)yam (b)cocoa (c)citrus (d)oil palm
  4. One of these is not a vegetable crop (a)pepper (b)tomato (c)pumpkin (d)mango
  5. The reproductive part of a plant is ____________ (a)stem (b)flower (c)root (d)leaf
  6. Which of these animals produces eggs in a high rate for consumption? (a)Turkey (b)Pigeon (c)Chicken (d)Goose
  7. Which of these animals is known as diary animals (a)Pigs (b)Cows (c)Goats (d)all of the above
  8. Which part of the plant that takes in water into the plant during photosynthesis? (a)branching (b)roof (c)stem (d)leaves
  9. Which of these is not a form of Agriculture? (a)apiculture (b)horticulture (c)heliculture (d)all of the above
  10. Which of these is not an importance of Agriculture to man? (a)food (b)shelter (c)clothing (d)all of the above
  11. Which of these is a factor that affects animals (farm animals especially (a)climate (b)pasture (c)sunlight (d)all of the above
  12. Which of these is an importance of farm animals? (a)supply of meat (b)supply of eggs (c)supply of leather materials (d)all of the above
  13. Which of these is a fishing farm tool? (a)hook (b)net (c)basket (d)all of the above
  14. The plant that grows in an unwanted place is known as ___________ (a)stubborn grass (b)weed (c)bush (d)forest
  15. A place where fishes are reared is called ____________ (a)fish pond (b)lake (c)river (d)all of the above
  16. Which of these is a pest of crops? (a)weevils (b)cockroach (c)rat (d)butterfly
  17. One of these is a type of soil (a)loamy (b)sandy (c)clay (d)all of the above
  18. Which of these is a part of the plant that stores food during photosynthesis? (a)the root (b)the stem (c)the flower (d)the leaves
  19. In classification and uses of farm animals which of these is a work animal? (a)Cat (b)Chicken (c)Donkey (d)Parrot
  20. Which of these is not a poultry animal? (a)Chicken (b)Goose (c)Turkey (d)Goat

SECTION B THEORY

Instruction: Answer all questions

 

  1. (a). List out five crops that are known as leguminous crops

(b). Mention ten farm animals you know

  1. (a). State three different crops that are known to be tuber crops

(b). State three special uses of cow as a farm animal

  1. (a). Give two reasons why chickens are import

(b). Which poultry bird is commonly used at home?

  1. (a). List three higher animals you know in animal husbandry

(b). State three lower animals that are also reared in agriculture and their product

  1. (a). Give two reasons why weeds are not to be allowed in a farm

(b). Mention three kinds of crop pest you know

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AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE

JSS 2

Section A

Attempt all questions

  1. Which of these is not a problem of farm management? (a)good harvest (b)land acquisition (c)poor farm tools (d)lack of capital
  2. Which of these is a farm structure? (a)cupboard (b)crib (c)carpet (d)radio
  3. The specially prepared food by man for his farm animals is known as __________ (a)ration (b)feed (c)nutrition (d)food
  4. Proper feed shortage in animals will lead to ___________ (a)low birth rate (b)poor reproduction (c)higher death rate (d)all of the above
  5. Animal feed that has crude fibre content is known as ________ (a)basal energy feed concentrate (b)carbohydrate concentrate (c)protein concentrate (d)all of the above
  6. In farm structures and buildings a place where yams are stored is called ___________ (a)yam bank (b)yam barn (c)yam crib (d)yam store house
  7. Which of these is not a farm structure? (a)silos (b)crib (c)barn (d)all of the above
  8. What is cultural practices in agriculture? (a)the farming processes and stages (b)the culture of the people (c)the practice of the people’s culture (d)none of the above
  9. Pre-planting starts when _________ (a)after the crops are planted to the ground (b)before the crops are harvested (c)from land acquisition of planting of seeds (d)none of the above
  10. Which of these activities comes during pre-planting operation? (a)land acquisition (b)clearing of bushes (c)burning and parking (d)all of the above
  11. Which of these activities comes during post planting operation? (a)thinning (b)weeding (c)staking (d)all of the above
  12. The last activity in pre-planting operation is __________ (a)weeding (b)clearing of bush (c)sowing of seed (d)application of fertilizer
  13. The last activity during post planting operation is ___________ (a)harvesting (b)weeding (c)staking (d)eating
  14. In agriculture practices what is mono cropping? (a)a system of sowing one type of crop in an area (b) a system of sowing different crops (c) a system of sowing crops and rearing animals (d)none of the above
  15. The two types of parasites in farm animals are _________ and ___________ parasites (a)endo and ecto parasites (b)good and bad parasites (c)red and black parasites (d)disease and health parasites
  16. Any abnormal condition that causes the body of a farm animal to malfunction is regarded as __________ effect (a)disease effect (b)lazy effect (c)power effect (d)none of the above
  17. Which of these is a way of preventing disease? (a)sanitation (b)heavy feeding (c)hard working (d)fighting
  18. If Cowpea is found growing in a rice farm, it will be regarded as __________ (a)manure (b)weed (c)good plant (d)medicine
  19. Any organism that depends on another organism for food and shelter is known as ___________ (a)micro organism (b)parasite (c)pest (d)pathogen
  20. Which of these is a cereal crop? (a)cowpea (b)rice (c)wheat (d)all of the above

SECTION B THEORY

Instruction: Answer all questions

  1. (a). List ten types of food crops you know

(b). Which of the crops that produces Latex?

  1. (a). What is Latex use for? Explain

(b). Which crops produces tubers?

  1. (a). State five importance of agriculture in Nigeria

(b). Mention three cereal crops you know

  1. (a). State two types of vegetable crops you know

(b). Mention two leguminous crops you know

  1. (a). Define Annuals, Biennials and perennials

(b). Give two examples of each group of these crops : Annual, biennials and perennials

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AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE

JSS 3

Section A

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  1. What is packaging? (a)a way of preparing a finished product (b)a ways of packing products away (c)a way of mixing products together (d)a way of clearing a product
  2. Which of these soaps is not packaged in the market? (a)Eva (b)Lux (c)Joy (d)Key
  3. Why must a product be packaged before sales? (a)to make it beautiful for buyers (b)to prepare the product in a decent way (c)to protect it from damage (d)all of the above
  4. What is branding? (a)any special type of variety of something made (b)a type of something (c)a particular kind of designed something (d)all of the above
  5. Which of these is an advantage of branding? (a)attractive branding (b)good branding (c)special branding (d)rough branding
  6. What is pricing? (a)the assessment value (b)the costing of something (c)weighs the importance of a product (d)all of the above
  7. Which of these factors can affect pricing? (a)scarcity (b)spoilage (c)surplus (d)all of the above
  8. Why is pricing necessary for products? (a)to cost its value (b)to weigh its importance (c)to maximize profit (d)all of the above
  9. What is advertisement? (a)create awareness of something (b)publicize something for market (c)to promote something for sales (d)all of the above
  10. Which of these is a way of advertising? (a)sing or talking about something over radio and television (b)pasting of handbill and banners everywhere (c)dancing and demonstrating something on streets (d)all of the above
  11. Which of the following pathogens can only be seen with an electron microscope? (a)virus (b)bacteria (c)fungi (d)chlorophyll
  12. Plant nutrients are lost in the soil through the following ways (a)leaching (b)mulching (c)turning (d)planting
  13. Animals that live in water or reared are called __________ (a)aquatic (b)invertebrates (c)vertebrates (d)water animals
  14. The following are agricultural practices in West Africa EXCEPT (a)fishery (b)poultry (c)crop cultivation (d)hunting
  15. ___________ are animals that gives birth to their young ones alive (a)reptiles (b)mammals (c)birds (d)amphibians
  16. Which of these is not a farm machine? (a)spray (b)planter (c)saw (d)harvester
  17. The multiplication of crops through the use of the vegetative part of the plant is called __________ (a)propagation (b)seed sowing (c)asexual method (d)sexual method
  18. Organisms that can infect other organisms with disease are known as _____________ (a)vector (b)predator (c)animal (d)ghost
  19. __________ is the reproductive organ of a plant (a)stem (b)leaf (c)flower (d)root
  20. The mainstay of Nigeria ECONOMY is __________ (a)education (b)hospitality (c)agriculture (d)none of the above

SECTION B THEORY

Instruction: Answer all questions

  1. (a). Define the term pest

(b). state some agricultural pest you know

  1. (a). List five methods of controlling pest in a cocoa farm and on animal farm

(b). What is the difference between insecticide and rodenticide?

  1. (a). State three types of advertisement you know

(b). Why is pricing necessary to producers

  1. (a). Give three importance of packaging

(b)State five disadvantages of poor packaging

  1. (a). State twenty different products you know and their producing companies

(b). Design a packet of your own product personally, give it a brand and advertise your

product in your own way.

 

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ECONOMICS

SSS 1

OBJECTIVE

Instruction: Choose the correct option from alternatives.

  1. Economics is a __________ science (a)basic (b)real (c)social
  2. _________ is the father of Economics (a)Lionel Robbins (b)Adam Smith (c)Alfred Marshal
  3. An inquiry into the nature and causes of wealth of nations was credited to __________ (a) Adam Smith (b) Alfred Marshal (c)Paul
  4. Scarce means refers to ___________ available resources (a)unlimited (b)limited (c)relative
  5. _____________ is a systematic and orderly arrangement of information using rows and columns (a)graph (b)charts (c)tables
  6. _______ is not a type of bar charts (a)simple bar chart (b)hard bar charts (c)component bar charts
  7. Adam smith defined Economics in __________ (a)1776 (b)1980 (c)1890
  8. An arrangement of wants in order of their importance is called ___________ (a)choice (b)scale of preference (d)tables
  9. _______ is an alternatives forgone (a)choice (b)life opportunity (c)real cost
  10. The total amount of money spent to acquire a goods or services is called _________ (a)true cost (b)money cost (c)price
  11. We study economics for the following reasons except _________ (a)war purpose (b)allocation of resources (c)production
  12. _________ is the creation of goods and services (a)farm (b)production (c)factory
  13. ___________ is not a basic economic problem of the society (a)what to produce (b)fr whom to produce (c)when to produce
  14. _______ is not a factor that determines what to produce. (a)market demand (b)certificate degree (c)consumers needs
  15. _________ is a scope of Economics (a)consumption (b)budget (c)graph
  16. The dispersing of goods and services to where they are needed is called __________ (a)transport (b)distribution (c)production
  17. Prof. Lionel Robbins defined Economics in what year? (a)1890 (b)1776 (c)1932
  18. __________ is refer to as the number of time a particular outcome is used (a)mode (b)frequency (d)mean
  19. _________ is the average of a series of figures or values (a)mean (b)median (c)frequency
  20. The desire r need to own goods or services that gives satisfaction is referred to as ___________ (a)choice (b)wants (c)scarcity
  21. Opportunity cost is very important to individual, firms and _________ (a)children (b)choice (c)government
  22. __________ is the creation of utility (a)scarcity (b)production (c)war
  23. __________ production is said to be complete when the goods reach the ________ (a)consumer (b)market (c)factory
  24. Production process involves __________ major groups of people (a)2 (b)3 (c)4
  25. The type of production concerned with the provision of professional services is ___________ (a)primary (b)secondary (c)tertiary
  26. __________ is the reward for capital (a)profit (b)interest (c)rent
  27. All forms of human efforts utilized in production is ___________ (a)labour (b)capital (c)entrepreneur

Use the below to answer questions 28 – 30

The scores of S.S.S. 1 students in Economics are given below:

5, 9, 2, 6, 2, 4, 8, 4, 5, 7, 8, 4

  1. Find the mean score
  2. Find the median
  3. Find the mode

SECTION B – THEORY

ANSWER QUESTION ONE AND ANY OTHER TWO QUESTIONS

 

  1. Rice production in Atiku’s farm
Fixed factor

(Land)

Variable factor

(Labour)

Total

Output

Average

Output

Marginal

output

1 1 10 10
1 2 A 20 B
1 3 75 C D
1 4 E 30 F
1 5 G H 20
1 6 I 15 J
1 7 84 K L

Find: A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I, J, K, L

  1. (a). What is efficiency of labour?

(b). state five factors that determine efficiency of labour

  1. (a). What is labour?

(b). State four characteristics of labour you know

  1. (a). according to Prof. Lionel Robbins, what is Economics?

(b). state four reasons why we study Economics

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SOCIAL STUDIES

JSS 1

Name: ………………………………

Section A

Attempt all questions

  1. A group in which the relationship between the members are close or intimate is called __________ group (a)voluntary (b)secondary (c)primary (d)community
  2. A family is a group of people who are related by the following except (a)blood (b)marriage (c)adoption (d)community
  3. The role of children in the home is to _________ (a)abuse older people (b)obey parents (c)fight one another (d)plan for the future
  4. Man’s total way of life is called __________ (a)education (b)heritage (c)religion (d)culture
  5. All are characteristics of culture except __________ (a)culture is shared (b)culture is learnt (c)culture is planted (d)culture brings people together
  6. One agent of socialization does not include _____________ (a)mass media (b)religious organization (c)home (d)knowledge
  7. All are importance of socialization except _________ (a)it shows we are human (b)encourages self esteem (c)helps in human development (d)it encourages crime in the society
  8. All are part of man’s physical environment except (a)house (b)cars (c)mountain (d)dances
  9. Rights of citizens include the following except (a)right to life (b)right to freedom of speech (c)right to marry (d)right to education
  10. Social Studies is now a component of ________ subject (a)National Values Education (b)Religious and National values (c)Civic Education (d)Basic Science and Technology
  11. _____________ forms an important aspect of culture (a)robbery (b)language (c)war (d)crisis
  12. Every tribe or community has its own district _________ (a)rules (b)culture (c)farming (d)war
  13. Friendship is a __________ between two people (a)relationship (b)war (c)crime (d)all of the above
  14. By being loyal, a friend shows _________ for another (a)courage (b)support (c)jealousy (d)impatience
  15. Falsehood means a statement that is _________ (a)true (b)almost true (c)not true (d)correct
  16. One of these is a common crime (a)fraud (b)falsehood (c)rape (d)all of the above
  17. Murder is the unlawful killing of a person without __________ (a)weapon (b)anger (c)love (d)justification
  18. When two people are really close than brothers or sisters, they are called __________ (a)close friends (b)best friends (c)acquaintance (d)common friends
  19. Factors that determine choice of friends include the following except _________ (a)age (b)likes and dislikes (c)skills (d)class
  20. The unlawful taking or carrying away of a person’s property without consent is called __________(a)embezzlement (b)fraud (c)falsehood (d)theft

SECTION B – THEORY

Answer any four questions

  1. (a). Define Social Studies

(b). List all related Social Studies subjects

  1. Write short note on the history of social Studies in Nigerian schools stating the year and the school it started
  2. (a). Define family

(b). List three responsibilities each of father, mother and children

  1. (a). Define socialization

(b). List four agents of socialization

  1. (a). List six common crimes

(b). Explain any three common crimes and their consequences

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SOCIAL STUDIES

JSS 2

Name: ………………………………

Section A

Attempt all questions

  1. Social studies deal with one of the following (a)man (b)animals (c)inanimate objects (d)precious objects in our environments
  2. All are objectives of social Studies except (a)teaches values (b)helps us understand our social environment (d)teaches us to abuse our society
  3. Child abuse is the ________ melted out to children (a)encouragement (b)maltreatment (c)concern (d)danger
  4. A child can be abused __________ (a)physically (b)sexually (c)psychologically (d)all of the above
  5. Children can be neglected in the following ways except _____________ (a)educationally (b)emotionally (c)medically (d)none of the above
  6. Which of these is not a method of using drugs? (a)smoking (b)swallowing (c)rubbing (d)none of the above
  7. Effect of drug abuse on an individual is felt in the area of _________ (a)education (b)family life (c)health (d)all of the above
  8. Drug abusers often bring _______ to their families (a)money (b)glory (c)happiness (d)shame
  9. Drug abuse can lead to ____________ (a)insanity (b)death (c)deformity (d)all of the above
  10. One of the causes of drug trafficking in Nigeria is _____________ (a)poverty (b)unemployment (c)get rich quick syndrome (d)all of the above
  11. Which of these is harmful? (a)blood tonic (b)paracetamol (c)heroine (d)none of the above
  12. Drug trafficking laws penalize the selling of unlawful substances such as __________ (a)water (b)marijuana (c)petrol (d)gas
  13. Countries like _________ gives death penalty for drug trafficking (a)Malysia (b)Nigeria (c)Togo (d)none of the above
  14. Groups are necessary for the following reasons (a)task performance (b)cooperation (c)achievement of set goals (d)all of the above
  15. Which of these is a type of informal group? (a)interest group (b)membership group (c)friendship group (d)all of the above
  16. Which of these is an effect of corruption on the society? (a)promotes growth and development (b)makes citizen wealthy (c)imbalanced economy (d)prosperity
  17. Which of these is an aspect of corruption (a)fraud (b)bribery (c)rape (d)all of the above
  18. The agency that fight against drug trafficking is ____________ (a)EFCC (b)NDLEA (c)NAFDAC (d)SON
  19. Drug abuse encourages ___________ (a)peace of mind (b)crimes (c)patriotism (d)corruption
  20. The kind of corruption that involves giving money to someone in position of authority to get something dome is __________ (a)fraud (b)embezzlement (c)bribery (d)forgery

SECTION B – THEORY

Answer any three questions

1. (a). Define Social Studies

(b). List all related Social Studies subjects

(c). List three goals of social studies

  1. (a). What do you understand by child abuse

(b). List five types of child abuse

(c). Suggest three solutions on how child abuse can be stopped in our society

  1. (a). What is drug abuse

(b). List five consequences of drug abuse

(c). Mention two ways to prevent drug abuse

  1. (a). Write the full meaning of the following government agencies that fight against

corruption in Nigeria:

(i). NPF

(ii). EFCC

(iii)ICPC

(b). Give two roles of the EFCC in the fight against corruption

(c). Name one notable public officer who have been tried in Nigeria by these agencies

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SOCIAL STUDIES

JSS 3

Name: ………………………………

Section A

Attempt all questions

  1. Human trafficking is the trade in __________ (a)drug (b)humans (c)animals (d)herbs
  2. Child trafficking is common in _________ (a)Africa (b)Europe (c)Asia (d)none of the above
  3. Women who are taken from a particular country to another by traffickers could be used for __________ (a)prostitution (b)drug trafficking (c)terrorism (d)all of the above
  4. Which arm of government could make laws to curb trafficking of children and women? (a)press (b)executive (c)judiciary (d)legislature
  5. Foreign media programmes expose children to _________ (a)Benin culture (b)Nigerian culture (c)senatorial culture (d)foreign culture
  6. Children should be prevented from watching some adult programmes because of their vulnerable nature (a)true (b)false (c)A&B (d)all of the above
  7. Harmful traditional practices has been in existence since ancient time (a)true (b)false (c)A&B (d)all of the above
  8. Forced or early marriage is an example of harmful traditional practice (a)true (b)false (c)A&B (d)all of the above
  9. _____ and ________ are the main victims of harmful traditional practices (a)true (b)false (c)A&B (d)all of the above
  10. Showing love to someone should be natural (a)true (b)false (c)A&B (d)all of the above
  11. __________ is a strong feeling of affection (a)hatred (b)love (c)war (d)sorrow
  12. __________ exist where there is love (a)sorrow (b)happiness (c)tears (d)none of the above
  13. True friendship is built on __________ (a)trust (b)failure (c)lies (d)dishonesty
  14. Which is used by Christians as unconditional love of God (a)agafe love (b)agape love (c)aganpe love (d)agaga love
  15. The most populous country in the world is ___________ (a)Nigeria (b)Togo (c)China (d)Brazil
  16. The last population census in Nigeria was conducted in ________ year (a)2015 (b)2014 (c)2006 (d)2004
  17. Over population can hinder growth (a)true (b)false (c)A&B (d)all of the above
  18. NPC means ________ (a)Niger Population commission (b)Nigeria Population Commission (c)National Population Commission (d)New Port Commission
  19. Parent can regulate the movement of their children by teaching them good _____________ (a)morals (b)stealing (c)wrestling tactics (d)lies
  20. When goals are set one becomes _________ (a)hardworking (b)lazy (c)poor (d)none

SECTION B – THEORY

Answer any four questions

  1. (a). Define goal setting

(b). List five achievements when goals are set

  1. (a). Define peace

(b). Describe the two types of peace

  1. (a). What is harmful traditional practices

(b). List five harmful traditional practices

  1. (a). Define decision making

(b). List five ways in which decision making can be helpful to an individual

  1. (a). Define population

(b). What is population census

(c). List five ways in which over population can be controlled

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YORUBA

JSS 1

IPIN A

DAHUN GBOGBO IBEERE NI IPIN YII

  1. ————– ni baba n la awon Yoruba (a) Odudua (b) Orunmila (d) Obatala
  2. Nibo ni awon Yoruba ti se wa? (a) Oyo (b) meta (d) ile ife
  3. Ojo melo ni Oduduwa fi rin lati Meka de ile ife? (a) ogun ojo (b) adota ojo (d) adorin ojo (e) aadorun ojo
  4. Kini o le awon Yoruba kuro ni meka? (a) ija esin (b) oro aje (d) oselu (e) iwa
  5. Ta ni baba Odudua? (a) obatala (b) lamurudu (d) olodumare (e) sango
  6. Ona melo ni a pin iro ede si (a) meta (b) merin (d) marun
  7. Gbogbo iro konsonanti je (a) meje (b) mejidinlogun (d) meedogbon
  8. Ori iro wo ni a maa n fi ami ohun si (a) iro consonant (b) ir afo (d) iro faweli
  9. Orisi ami-ohun melo lo wa (a) meje (b) meta (d) merin
  10. ______________ ni o se Pataki fun gbogbo eni ti o ba n ko ede Yoruba (a0 litireso Yoruba (b) ami ohun (d) Iwe kika
  11. Eya litireso Yoruba lo da lori itan yuuru (a) ewi (b) ere onise (d) litireso Yoruba oloro geere
  12. Isori keta ti a pin litireso Yoruba si ni (a) ere onise (b) litireso Yoruba oloro geere (d) ewi
  13. Apa ibo ni a ti le ri awon eya Yoruba ni orile-ede Naijiria (a) iwo oorun (b) ila oorun (d) apa gusu
  14. Nibo ni a ti le ri awon ara Ibadan (a) Abeokuta (b) Oyo (d) kware
  15. Awon Awori wa ni (a) ilu Oyo (b) Ile ila (d) ilu eko
  16. Ona ti a n gba ko sipeli Yoruba sile lode oni ni a mo si (a) Akoto ede Yoruba (b) akosile (d) ona kiko sile
  17. Akoto ode oni fun aiye ni (a) ai-ye (b) aye (d) yea
  18. Bi omokunrin baji o gbodo ———- ki bab re (a) kunle (b) duro (d) dobale
  19. Bawo ni a se n ki babalowo (a) aboru boye (b) e ku ise o (d) ojugbooro
  20. Aweye ni a n ki (a) atuko (b) awako (d) alagbede

IPIN B

DAHUN IBEERE META PERE NI IPIN YII

1. (a) ko gbogbo iro ede yourba sile (b) ko apeere iro faweli

2. Bawo ni Yoruba se n kini ni awon akoko wonyi (i) Ni aaro (ii) Ni irole (iii) ni ale (iv) Ni osan (v) Ni iyaleta

3. Tuna won oro wonyi ko ni akoto ode oni (i) aiye (ii) shola (iii) ottun (iv) pepeiye (v) Bakana

4. Daruko eya Yoruba mewa ti o mo

5. Daruko eya litireso meteeta (b) ewo ninu eya litireso Yoruba lo je ere gidi

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YORUBA

JSS 2

IPIN A

  1. Ewo ni ki ise litireso alohun? (a) yala (b) rara (d) okoto tita
  2. Ewi awon eleegun ni (a) iyere (b) iwi (d) sango pipe
  3. Awon babalawo ni wom n sun (a) iyere (b) iwi (d) rara
  4. Bolojo je ewi eya (a) Oyo (b) egbado (d) Ondo
  5. Okan ninu anfaani litierson alohun nip e a fi n (a) sepe (b) jeun (d) danilaraya
  6. Faweli aranmupe ni (a) I (b) o (d) an
  7. Faweli roboto ni (a) an (b) e (d) o
  8. Iro consonanti ni (a) g (b) u (d) e
  9. Iro consonanti asesilebu ni (a) f (b) n (d) k
  10. Oro-ise ni o n je ka mo —– ninu gbolohun (a) abo (b) oluwa (d) koko
  11. O di dandan ki gbolohun ni ——- (a) apejnwe (b) oro-ise (d) oro-eyan
  12. Ile ti mo ko tobo, je gbolohun (a) onibo (b) ala kanpo (d) abode
  13. ‘ase jere ni temi’ je apeere gbolohun (a) ayisodi (b) oniroy ni (d) ijehen
  14. Igbese kin-in-ni ninu asa igbeyawo ni (a) iwadii (b) idana (d) ifojusode
  15. Agbodegba laarin iyawo afesona ati oko re ni (a) bab oko (b) Alarina (d) iya iyawo
  16. Orin ti iyawo n ko ki awon ebi re to ba fe lo sile oko ni (a) ekun iyawo (b) ofo (d) iyere
  17. Igbeyawo ode oni n daru nitori ko si asa —-mo (a) iwadii (b) ipalemo (d) idana
  18. Igbeyawo soosi ko fi aaye gba okunrin lati fe ju iyawo ——— lo (a) meji (b) meta (d) kan
  19. Oro ti won koko se fun iyawo lenu ona ile oko re ni (a) bibo bata re (b) wiwon omi sii loju (d) fif omi we lese
  20. Ojo wo ni Yoruba n pe ni ojo aiku (a) Monday (b) Sunday (d) Wednesday

IPIN B

DAHUN IBEERE META PERE

1. Bawo ni Yoruba se n ki awon osise won yii (a) Babalawo (b) Agbe (d) Onidiri

2. Kin ni gbolohun? (a) daruko eya gbolohun marun-un nipa ise won

3. (a) ko awon eto ati liana igbeyawo sile ni sise n tele (b) kin ni awon ohun marun ti

Yoruba n gba fun idana

4. Tun awon iro wonyi ko ni liana adako fonoloji (a) k (ii) y (iii) s (iv) o (v) E

5. Koruko amutorun wa mewa (10)

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CIVIC EDUCATION

JSS 3

Section A

Attempt all questions

  1. Citizenship means ____ (a) a person that is not recognized by law (b) a person who is recognize by law (c) a person that does not enjoy any right at all (d) none of the above
  2. Types of citizenship include (a) birth (b) naturalization (c) registration (d) all of the above
  3. When did the making of constitution in Nigeria started? (a)1966 (b)1913 (c)1914 (d)1915
  4. Who wrote the first constitution in Nigeria? (a) Richard (b) Clifford (c) Macpherson (d) Lyttleton
  5. Right attitude to work means __ (a) to concentrate on the job that do not have any bearing with what you are doing (b) ability to prove that you are up to the task (c) habit of doing or facing ones job with form of seriousness (d) all of the above
  6. Features of Nigeria constitution include (a) international law (b) custom and convention (c) citizenship (d) all of the above
  7. The act of counting the number of people living in a country in order to determine the total number of people in a state is known as (a) election (b) national population census (c) voting (d) freedom
  8. The military and police are examples of ___ agencies (a) state security (b) law (c) national security (d) criminal
  9. The three tiers of government are ___ (a) federal, legislature and state (b) federal, state and local government (c) executive, legislature and judiciary (d) national assembly, court and parliament
  10. All these are types of constitution except (a) written constitution (b) un-written constitution (c) decree (d) federal constitution
  11. Nigeria got her independent from which country? (a) America (b) France (c) Britain (d) Russia
  12. Elective principle was a feature of one of the following constitution (a) Richard constitution (b) Clifford constitution (c) Independent constitution (d) federal constitution
  13. Nigeria was amalgamated by Lord Lugard in ___ (a) 1906 (b) 1914 (c) 1960 (d) 1999
  14. The federal duties that are to be performed by the federal government include the following except (a) currency (b) Armed forces (c0 chieftaincy (d) prisons
  15. The three arms of government are _______________
  16. The duties of government are divided into three namely (a) federal, state and local (b) exclusive, concurrent and residual (c) Judiciary, executive and legislative (d) police, soldier and Navy
  17. There are ___________ local government area in Nigeria (a) 360 (b) 474 (c) 774 (d) 674
  18. Attribute of integrity include the following (a) probity (b) contentment (c) cooperation (d) honesty
  19. One of these is the effect of lack of contentment on society (a) cheating (b) envy (c) fair play (d) theft
  20. Which of these is an attributes of contentment (a) rudeness (b) Lack of envy (c) satisfaction (d) Humility

THEORY

ANSWER ANY THREE QUESTIONS

1a. Define constitution

b. State four (4) types of constitution

2. Outline five features of federal constitution

3. List four (4) pre-independence constitutions in Nigeria

4. List the organs of government and state one major function of each of them

5. State five (5) characteristics of integrity

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CIVIC EDUCATION

JSS 2

Section A

Attempt all questions

  1. Discipline is (a) attitude of doing the right thing at the right time (b) ability to pursue a goal (c) the way of life (d) none of the above
  2. Type of courage is (a) stubbornness spirit (b) moral courage (c) dancing courage (d) fighting courage
  3. A courageous person must possess all the qualities except (a) commitment (b) endurance (c) determination (d) indiscipline
  4. Courage is the ability to (a) defend one integrity (b) exercise boldness in carrying out a patience (d) boldness of wrongful fight
  5. The three arms of government include (a) the advocacy, tyranny and judiciary (b) the legislature, judiciary and executive (c) democracy, executive and the rule of law (d) the legislature, communism and advocacy
  6. The agency that is responsible for the enforcement of abuses of drug is (a) EFCC (b) N.TCC (c) ICPC (d) NDLEA
  7. Which of the organ is responsible for the conduct of election (a)teachers (b)NUT (c)local Government (d) ONEC
  8. Which of these is the symbol of authority of the legislature (a)National flag (b)the macc (c)wig (d)Oath taking
  9. The three arms of government are _______________
  10. The duties of government are divided into three namely (a) federal, state and local (b) exclusive, concurrent and residual (c) Judiciary, executive and legislative (d) police, soldier and Navy
  11. There are __ local government area in Nigeria (a) 360 (b) 474 (c) 774 (d) 674
  12. Attribute of integrity include the following (a) probity (b) contentment (c) cooperation (d) honesty
  13. One of these is the effect of lack of contentment on society (a) cheating (b) envy (c) fair play (d) theft
  14. Which of these is an attributes of contentment (a) rudeness (b) Lack of envy (c) satisfaction (d) Humility
  15. Respect for rule and regulation is an attribute of discipline true/false
  16. Moderation is an attribute of a courageous person true/false
  17. The federal duties that are to be performed by the federal government include the following except (a) currency (b) Armed forces (c0 chieftaincy (d) prisons
  18. Arts and recreational centres is an exclusive duty of the state true/false
  19. The federal government control the armed forces true/false
  20. The primary function of the executive is to (a) interpret laws (b) make laws (c) punish lawbreaker (d) implement government polices ]

THEORY

ANSWER ANY THREE QUESTIONS

  1. (a) Mention five importance of integrity (b) List three attribute of integrity and explain two
  2. (a) What is contentment (b) List and explain four attributes of contentment
  3. Explain five differences among federal, state and local government
  4. (a) What is federation? (b) Outline four characteristics of a federation

5. (a) Define courage (b) List four types of courage (c) Mention three attribute of a courageous persons

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YORUBA

JSS 3

IPIN A

Ka ewi yii ki o si dahun ibeere ti tele e

Bi won ba n ba o soro

Jowo ma se binu omo

Eni oyinbo feran lo n ti mole

Omo obi fera lo n ba wi

Igba obi ba feran omo a ni

Ma pa mi, ma pa mi

Sugbon bi obi ba jawo loro omo tan

Nii dip e omo yii, ma paara re

Edumare ko nii yowo loro koowa wa

Eni a n baa wi

To n warun ki

Se bi lojiji niru won I parun

Ki iparun jinna rer somode oun agba

Ki ibanuje maa gbenu wowa

Kire o je ti mutunmuwa

IBEERE

  1. Irufe Ewi Wo Ni Eyi (A) ewi abalaye (b) ewi omode (d) ewi agba (e) titun
  2. Itumo mutumnwa ni (a) omuti (b) mu ti ile wa (d)gbogbo eniyan (e) iwa omujo
  3. Ki lo sele si omo ti a n ba wi, (a) A parun lojiiji (b) A di olowo (d) iparun a jina sii (e) A di ore oyinbo
  4. Awon omo wo ni obi maa n ba wi (a) omo arole (b) omo mutunwa (d) omo abikeyin (e) omo ti won ba feran
  5. Akole wo lo to si ewi yii (a) ma pa mi (b) igboran san jebo lo (d) iparun (e) mutumnwa
  6. Faweli aranmupe ni (a) o (b) u (d) un
  7. Ami (/) duro fun (a) ami oke (b) ami aarin (d) ami (e) ami iwaju
  8. Silebu —– lo wa ninu irankiran (a) mejo (b) mefa (d) merin (e) meji
  9. —– ni faweli ti kii bere oro Yoruba ajumolo (a) u (b) e (d) o (e) i
  10. Pin dindindin si silebu (a) d-in-di-n-din (b) din-d-in-n-din (d) din-din-n-d-ni (e) din-din-n-din
  11. —————–je isori oro aropo oruko (a) iwo (b) emi (d) o (e) oun
  12. ‘Bola je eja ‘ je ninu gbolohun yii je (a) oro-oruko (b) oro- ise (d) oro apon le (e) oro apejuwe
  13. Iyere je orin (a) ifa (b) esu (d) ode (e) osun
  14. Ere idaraya ni awon wonyi ayafi (a) okoto (b) bojuboju (d) Ekun meran (e) awebi
  15. —- ni a fi n mo oba ni ile Yoruba (a) fila (d) ileke (e) oruko
  16. —- ni litireson Yoruba, ti o je mo egungun (a) Esa (b) olele (d) Iyere (e) Alamo
  17. Nibo ni a maa n sin eni ti o ku somi si (a) idi igi (b) eyin aaro (d) inu ile (e) e ti odo
  18. Inu —ni Yoruba maa n gbe oku abuke si, ki won to sin in (a) inu apo (b) inu ikoko (d) inu apere (e) inu fitila
  19. Baba-nla awon Yoruba, ni a mo si (a) okanbi (b) obatala (d) odudua (e) lamurudu
  20. Ta ni oruba n pe ni olojo-oni (a) olodumare (b) orunmila (d) odudua ogun € lamurudu

IPIN B

DAHUN IBEERE META PERE NIHIN IN

  1. Fa apola ise yo ninu gbolohun wonyi
  2. olu rin erin
  3. awada po
  4. oju re pon
  5. igi wo pa ode
  6. moto pa aja kan

2. (a) ta ni Yoruba n pe ni baba sinku (b) Daruko ona mejeeji ti a n gba pin ogun ni ile

Yoruba

  1. Awon Yoruba maa n saba ran won lowo. Daruko ona marun ti awon Yoruba gba n ran

ara won lowo

  1. (a) Kini gbolohun? (b)ko apeere gbolohun marun

5. se apejuwe iru eya awe gbologun ti a fala si wonyi

(i) Bi mo ba fe mo le pariwo

(ii) Baba da oko ti o po si ilu Ibadan

(iii) Iya naa ku leyin ti o se opolopo aisan

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1st Term Examination

HEALTH HABIT

NURSERY 1

Section A

Attempt all questions

  1. Sickness is not good (a)yes (b)no
  2. It is good to prevent childhood disease (yes/no)
  3. We use cloth to cover our _________ (a)body (b)water
  4. ________ is a type of cloth (a)leaf (b)shirt
  5. Every human being live in a ________ (a)home (b)cage
  6. Mosquito bites causes malaria (a)yes (b)no
  7. Living in a dirty environment is good (a)yes (b)no
  8. Accident is unexpected ___________ that occur any time/where in life (a)shape (b)injury
  9. We must care for our body (a)no (b)yes
  10. C:\Users\HP\Documents\Copy of school pix\eyes.png what part of the body is this (a)nose (b)eye
  11. We must not __________ when eating (a)talk (b)small
  12. We must eat good food always (a)no (b)yes

GOD’S EXCELLENCE ACADEMY

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1st Term Examination

HAND WRITING

NURSERY 1

Section A

Attempt all questions

 

Creative art

Draw a cup and a basket

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BASIC SCIENCE

NURSERY 2

Name:……………………………

Section A

Attempt all questions

  1. ____________ things are things that have life (a)living (b)dead
  2. Goat is a living thing (a)yes (b)no
  3. Non – living things are things that have no _________ (a)motor (b)life
  4. House is a living thing (a)yes (b)no
  5. __________ is a vegetable (a)stone (b)okro
  6. What colour is this? (a)black (b)go
  7. Traffic colour red means ________ (a)stop (b)go
  8. Domestic animals lives at _________ (a)bush (b)home
  9. Wild animals lives in the bush (a)yes (b)no

Complete the table

Adult animals Young animals
  1. Goat
  2. Dog
  3. Sheep

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1st Term Examination

MATHEMATICS

NURSERY 2

Name:……………………………

Section A

Attempt all questions

  1. Count and write numbers from 51 to 100

(a). 51 ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ _____ ____ ____

(b). 61 ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ _____ ____ ____

(c). 71 ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ _____ ____ ____

(d). 81 ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ _____ ____ ____

(e). 91 ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ _____ ____ ____

  1. Simple addition

(a). 7 + 7 =

(b). 8 + 5 =

(c). 5 + 3 =

  1. Numbers in words

(a). One =

(b). Eight =

(c). Ten =

  1. Colour the fraction of each object.

(a) = ½ (b) = 2/4 (c) = ¾ (d) = ⅔

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1st Term Examination

PHYSICAL AND HEALTH EDUCATION

BASIC 2

Name:……………………………

Section A

Attempt all questions

  1. Which of these stages in high jump comes first? (a)land and recovery (b)take off (c)run off
  2. In high jump, we jump for _____ (a)stress (b)distance (c)weight
  3. _______ keeps us physically fits (a)stress (b)exercise (d)weakness
  4. Galloping is a fundamental movement pattern associated with __________ (a)bird (b)goat (c)horse
  5. A ________ climbs (a)bird (b)monkey (c)none of A&B
  6. A _________ crawls (a)goat (b)monkey (c)donkey
  7. ______ means changing position by walk, crawling, etc (a)movement (b)spinster (c)communication
  8. ____________ is the ability to easily move our body parts in the required direction (a)sport (b)flexibility (d)rigidity
  9. Flexibility is required in _______ (a)rigidity (b)bending (c)none of A&B
  10. Which of these means strength? (a)weakness (b)energy (c)indolence

SECTION B

  1. Human being can engage in walking and __________________
  2. ___________ is a fundamental movement
  3. _________ keeps us physically fit
  4. Flexibility is required in ____________
  5. Athletics is made up of ____________ events.

GOD’S EXCELLENCE ACADEMY

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1st Term Examination

CULTURAL AND CREATIVE ART

BASIC 2

Name:……………………………

Section A

Attempt all questions

  1. Environment can also be called ________ (a)home (b)surrounding (c)cloud
  2. Air and _________ are parts of the environment (a)nothing (b)water (c)spirit
  3. The environment is made up of living things and non living things TRUE/FALSE
  4. Cleanliness is next to _________ (a)foolishness (b)godliness (c)sanitation
  5. We use __________ to care for the environment (a)broom (b)book (c)littering
  6. We can use flowers for __________ (a)food (b)decorations (c)moulding
  7. ___________ beautify our environment (a)insects (b)flowers (c)Rats
  8. What is design related to? (a)painting (b)writing (c)playing
  9. The lines that run from North to South are called (a)spiral (b)horizontal (c)vertical
  10. Every drawing begins with what? (a)shade (b)shape (c)line
  11. Line add design and patter to ___________ (a)picture (b)drawing (c)drama
  12. One of these can be called a structural line (a)vertical (b)painting (c)spiral
  13. A line can be __________ or horizontal (a)bent (b)vertical (c)computer
  14. Pattern is used to create designs from __________ forms (a)abstract (b)silly (c)fine
  15. Shapes are not necessary in arts TRUE/FALSE

SECTION B – THEORY

  1. Cleanliness is next to _______________
  2. Caring for the environment will make it ______________
  3. ____________ and __________ are examples of living things
  4. ___________ and ____________ are examples of non-living things
  5. Name two things found in the environment

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CHRISTIAN RELIGIOUS KNOWLEDGE

BASIC 2

Name:……………………………

Section A

Objective: Answer all questions

  1. Emmanuel means ____________ (a)Christ (b)God with us (c)heaven
  2. Prophet __________ foretold the birth of the saviours (a)Elijah (b)Peter (c)Isaiah
  3. __________ is the Saviour (a)Joseph (b)Joshua (c)Jesus Christ
  4. A __________ is a saviour or liberator of a group of people (a)destroyer (b)conqueror (c)messiah
  5. Messiah simply means the anointed one TRUE/FALSE
  6. The Holy spirit is the spirit of _________ (a)demons (b)God (c)devil
  7. __________ promised the Holy spirit (a)Jesus Christ (b)Prophet Isaiah (c)Angel Gabriel
  8. Sound like a rushing mighty wind came from ________ (a)the earth (b)sea (c)heaven
  9. The Holy Spirit _________ Christians when in distress (a)punishes (b)comforts (c)endangers
  10. Jesus said that the disciples will receive power when __________ comes upon them (a)God (b)the Holy Spirit (c)demons

SECTION B – THEORY

  1. ______________ and ___________ were Jesus parents
  2. _________ is the name of the bird which symbolizes the Holy Spirit
  3. Jesus ___________ sinners but hate sin
  4. __________ is the Saviour
  5. Emmanuel means _______________

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FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING

SSS 1

Section A

Answer all questions correctly

  1. A document sent from the seller to the buyer showing the description, quantity, unit price and net value of goods bought is known as __________ (a)Receipt (b)invoice (c)cheque (d)credit note
  2. On which source document can E & OE be found? (a)invoice (b)debit note (c)credit not (d)receipt
  3. The financial book where all cash transactions are recorded is called ___________ (a)credit book (b)purchases book (c)sales book (d)cash book
  4. __________ book is used to record the payment of minor expenses in an office (a)petty cash book (b)purchases day book (c)sales day book (d)purchases ledger
  5. The principal book of account is called ____________ (a)ledger (b)journal (c)cash book (d)cheque book
  6. Which of the following is NOT a book of original entry? (a)return inwards book (b)sales day book (c)purchase day book (d)balance sheet
  7. The single column cash book has _________ column on each side (a)one (b)two (c)three (d)four
  8. An account in which all cash receipts and cash payment transactions are recorded is called (a)cash account (b)savings account (c)current account (d)deposit account
  9. All are source documents except __________ (a)invoice (b)receipt (c)cheque (d)purchases daily book
  10. All the following are included in the fixed asset except __________ (a)machine (b)motor van (c)stock (d)building
  11. What is a ledger? (a)a book used for bank statement (b)a book in which individual accounts are kept (c)a book which records all credit transactions (d)a book which records all cash transactions
  12. The type of discount given to a buyer for prompt payment is known as __________ discount (a)trade (b)quantity (c)special (d)cash
  13. The cost price of an article is N500 and the profit on the article is 10%. What is the selling price? (a)N300 (b)N250 (c)N500 (d)N550
  14. A cash book has ________ columns (a)credit and debit (b)balance sheet (c)ledger (d)none of the above
  15. In book-keeping, all credit entries must have corresponding ________ entries (a)double (b)debit and credit (c)debit (d)credit
  16. Which of the following is an example of current liability? (a)stock (b)debtor (c)accrual (d)cash at hand
  17. Which of the following is an intangible asset? (a)building (b)motor vehicle (c)goodwill (d)stock
  18. Accounting equation states that _____________ (a)assts = capital – liabilities (b)capital = assets + liabilities (c)assets = capital + liabilities (d)Liabilities = assets + capital
  19. The transfer of money from the cash to bank or withdrawal of cash from bank is known as __________ (a)set – off (b)contra entries (c)cash lodge (d)A and B
  20. What are the two accounts to be opened when cash is withdrawn for personal use? (a)personal a/c and cash a/c (b)drawings a/c and personal a/c (c)cash a/c and drawings a/c (d)withdrawal and personal account

THEORY

Instruction: Attempt any three questions. Questions 1 and 2 are compulsory

  1. Write up a single column cash book of Mr. Ade from the following details and balance off as at end of the month 2015

Jan. 1 Started business with capital in cash N5,000

Jan. 2 Paid rent by cash N170

Jan. 3 Received loan from Pablo N5,000 by cash

Jan. 5 We paid Olu by cheque N165

Jan. 6 We paid general expenses in cash N300

Jan. 16 Cash purchased N500

Jan. 26 Wages paid in cash N35

Jan. 31. Cash sales N1,000

  1. Draft the Balance Sheet of Ojo from the following figures

N

Land Building 20,000

Cash in hand 15,000

Equipment 8.000

Creditors 16,000

Debtors 1,000

Stock 300

Motor Vehicle 2,500

Cash at bank 200

Loan 5,000

Capital 26,000

  1. (a). What are the source documents

(b). State six types of source documents

(c). Differentiate between debit note and credit note

  1. (a). Differentiate between single column and double column cash book

(b). Prepare two or double column cash book format

(c). What is the difference between cash and trade discounts

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MARKETING

SSS 1

Section A

Answer all questions correctly

  1. The “shopping product” consumer classification would include such __________ (a)life assurance, burial plots, new products (b)soft drinks, bread, milk (c)automobiles, homes, vacations (d)expensive jewelry, gourmet dinners, limited production automobile
  2. Which of the following best explains what the “marketing concepts” means? (a)firms should spend more money on marketing than they have in the past (b)A firm’s main emphasis should be on the efficient utilization of its resources (c)all of a firm’s activities and resources should be organized to satisfy the needs of its customers at a profit (d)A company’s chief executive should previously have been a marketing manager
  3. The difference between “production orientation” and “market orientation” is best explained as __________ (a)inseperate functional departments in a marketing oriented firm (b)a marketing-oriented firm, the total system’s effort as guided by what individual department would like to do (c)production-oriented firms, which do not have a marketing manager (d)a marketing-oriented firm where every department’s activities are guided by customers need and what the firm can deliver at a profit
  4. Marketing is __________ (a)is concerned with need of producing satisfying goods, but not with services (b)involves an attempt to anticipate customers or client needs (c)primarily concerned with efficient use of resources and fair allocation not output (d)includes activities such as accounting, production and financial management
  5. ___________ are products bought by individuals and organizations for further processing or for use in conducting a business (a)consumer products (b)services (c)industrial products (d)specialty products
  6. Anything that can be offered to a market for attention, acquisition, user consumption that might satisfy a want or need is called a/an __________ (a)idea (b)demand (c)product (d)service
  7. ___________ is not a type of convenience goods/products (a)staple products (b)impulse products (c)emergency products (d)none of the above
  8. __________ products are “used up” goods (a)convenience (b)shopping (c)specialty (d)industrial
  9. A __________ is a need that is sufficiently pressing to direct the person to seek satisfaction (a)motive (b)want (c)demand (d)requirement
  10. A price reduction to buyers who buy in large volume is a (n) __________discount (a)quantity (b)cash (c)seasonal (d)trade
  11. ___________ is the value which a seller sets on his goods in the market that for which something bought or sold (a)demand (b)need (c)price (d)money
  12. ____________ simply means putting the right product in the right place, at the right price, at the time (a)promotion (b)marketing mix (c)distribution (d)marketing environment
  13. ___________ is the business of communicating with customers (a)promotion (b)communication (c)orientation (d)production
  14. The following are alternative concepts under which organizations design and carry out their marketing strategies EXCEPT (a)production concept (b)product concept (c)selling concept (d)consumer concept
  15. Which of the marketing concepts focuses on the needs of the seller? __________ concept (a)sales (b)marketing (c)societal marketing (d)consumer orientation
  16. Goals of marketing according to Kotler and Armstrong (1987) include the following EXCEPT (a)maximize consumption (b)maximize choice (c)maximize profit (d)maximize consumer dissatisfaction
  17. __________ is the process of communicating the value of a product or service to customers (a)marketing mix (b)marketing (c)marketing orientation (d)marketing terms
  18. __________ are the things which are essential for you irrespective of the financial situation or condition (a)needs (b)wants (c)demand (d)products
  19. ________ are the goods and services offered to the buyer by the marketer or seller to satisfy a want or need (a)products (b)exchange (c)transaction (d)marketing
  20. The term, “marketing” comes from the Latin, “mercatus”, meaning a _____________ place (a)selling and buying (b)trading (c)market (d)business

THEORY

Instruction: Attempt any three questions. Questions 1 and 2 are compulsory

  1. (a). What is marketing?

(b). Explain the following terms in marketing:

(i). needs (ii)products (iii)wants

(c). State five purpose of marketing system according to Kotler and Armstrong (1987)

(d). Mention five functions of marketing

  1. (a). state five marketing concepts which organizations use in conducting marketing

(b). Give two difference between selling concept and marketing concept

  1. (a). Write short note on any one of the following types of consumer goods with one

example: (i)convenience goods (ii)shopping goods (c)specialty goods

(b). What is a product?

  1. (a). What is a marketing mix?

(b). What are the 4p’s of marketing

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LITERATURE IN ENGLISH

SSS 1

Section A

Answer all questions correctly

  1. Literature has variably included all written work that possess as (a)ordinary language (b)literary (c)literiness (d)literal
  2. Subjectivism, relativism and agnosticism are the main ways of approaching a definition of literature TRUE/FALSE
  3. A writer of a prose is called a __________ (a)prosaist (b)prose writer (c)novel writer (d)protist
  4. The following are examples of fiction except (a)fables (b)allegory (c)parable (d)comedy
  5. These are types of drama except (a)tragedy (b)comedy (c)tragic comedy (d)allegory
  6. _________ is a one stanza poem of fourteen lines written in limbic pentameter (a)sonnet (b)ode (c)ballad (d)lullaby
  7. __________ is a form of language which implies ordinary grammatical structure and natural flow of speech (a)prose (b)literature (c)poetry (d)character
  8. __________ is the form of any work that deals with information or event that are not real (a)drama (b)non-fiction (c)romance (d)fiction
  9. _________ is a soothing piece of music usually played or sung to young children before, they go to sleep (a)dirge (b)lullaby (c)ballad (d)ode
  10. __________ are sets of words that meant to be sung usually consisting of verses and choruses (a)lyrics (b)epic (c)nonsense (d)elergy
  11. __________ involves the development of sophisticated reading skills and of an ability to place literary text in their wider, intellectual and historical contents (a)studying literature (b)acting Lit (c)knowing Lit (d)developing
  12. Literature genre include all except one (a)poetry (b)drama (b)prose (d)soliloquy
  13. _________ is a form of literary art which uses aesthetic and rhythmic qualities of language (a)prose (b)poetry (c)drama (d)fables
  14. Forms of fiction and non -fiction can be in form of except (a)novella (b)novel (c)novelogue (d)novelist
  15. __________ is a person in a narrative work of arts (a)people (b)actor (c)protagonist (d)character

SECTION B – THEORY

  1. List five types of plot
  2. Write out the difference between fiction and non-fiction
  3. What is Literature?
  4. Explain the three genre of Literature
  5. Discuss the following characters:

(i). A Protagonist

(ii). An antagonist

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GEOGRAPHY

SSS 1

Section A

Answer all questions correctly

  1. The diameter of the earth is __________ (a)6,878km (b)12,762km (c)142,100km (d)4,878km
  2. The fourth planet to the sun is ________ (a)mercury (b)Jupiter (c)earth (d)mars
  3. The word geography was gotten from? (a)one Greek word (b)French word (c)two Greek words (d)map
  4. Geo means _______ (a)description (b)explain (c)earth (d)Geography
  5. The hottest planet is __________ (a)Venus (b)Mars (c)Earth (d)Mercury
  6. The next two planet after Jupiter is _______ (a)Saturn (b)Uranus (c)mars (d)Neptune
  7. Sun rises from the ________ and sets in ___________ (a)West, East (b)West, South (c)East, West (d)East, South
  8. The rotation of the earth causes ___________ (a)365 days (b)seasons (c)day and night (d)none of the above
  9. Other names for eclipse of the sun and moon are (a)solar and satellite (b)solar and lunar (c)lunar and solar (d)satellite and solar
  10. A brief period between sunrise and full day light is called ________ (a)eclipse (b)dawn (c)twilight (d)morning
  11. Which of the following is not a line of latitude (a)equator (b)arctic circle (c)tropic of Capricorn (d)Greenwich meridian
  12. Nigeria is located between latitudes ________ and _________ (a)3oN and 15oN (b)4oN and 14oN (c)3oE and 15oE (d) 4oE and 14oE
  13. The time generally adopted by a country is called ___________ (a)world time zone (b)Greenwich mean time (c)local time (d)standard time
  14. If a person crosses the international date line from east to west, what will happen? (a)an hour is gained (b)a day is gained (c)a day is lost (d)an hour is gained
  15. GMT means __________ (a)Greenwich meridian time (b)Greenwich mean time (c)geography map town (d)none of the above
  16. If the time at the Greenwich meridian is 12 noon, what will be the time at Russia 45oR (a)9:00am (b)2:00pm (c)6:00pm (d)3:30pm
  17. Arctic circle is located at (a)23½oN (b) 23½oS (c)66½oN (d) 66½oS
  18. Which of the following is not an internal structure of the earth? (a)mantle (b)core (c)biosphere (d)crust
  19. The structure of the earth which provides water for living things is called (a)crust (b)hydrosphere (c)lithosphere (d)atmosphere
  20. The structure of the earth just beneath the crust is called __________ (a)core (b)mantle (c)lithosphere (d)hydrosphere
  21. The type of rock that solidifies before it gets to the surface of the earth is called? (a)sedimentary rock (b)plutonic rocks (c)igneous rock (d)metamorphic rock
  22. Volcanic rock is a type of (a)igneous rock (b)metamorphic rocks (c)sedimentary rock (d)none of the above
  23. Rocks formed from pre-existing rocks are called ________ (a) sedimentary rock (b) metamorphic rocks (c)igneous rock (d)plutonic rock
  24. Which of the following is not an economic importance of rock to man? (a)they serve as tourist centers (b)they serve as source of minerals (c)they are used for construction purposes (d)they occupy space
  25. Which of the following is not a type of mountain? (a)block mountain (b)sand mountain (c)fold mountains (d)residual mountains
  26. ___________ mountains are made up of lava? (a)block mountain (b)volcanic mountain (c)sand mountain (d)fold mountain
  27. __________ mountains are formed from the remains of already existing mountains? (a)block mountains (b)volcanic mountains (c)residual mountains (d)fold mountains
  28. The time dividing lines of longitude into two equal parts is called ___________ (a)equator (b)Greenwich meantime (c)standard time line (d)Greenwich meridian
  29. IDL means (a)Internal date line (b)International date line (c) International data line (d)all of the above
  30. ___________ is the movement of the earth round its orbit (a)rotation (b)eclipse (c)dawn (d)none of the above

THEORY

Instruction: Answer three questions only

  1. (a). With the aid of a diagram identify lines of latitude

(b). Write at least 2 characteristics of (i)Mars (ii)Neptune (iii)Uranus

  1. If the time in New Zealand (150oE) is 4pm, what will be the time in Nigeria (150oE)
  2. Define the following: (i)mountains (b)Geography (c)rotation
  3. Explain the following (a)Lithosphere (b)Biosphere (c)Hydrosphere (d)Atmosphere

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PHYSICS

SSS 1

Section A

Answer all questions correctly

  1. __________ is the quantity of matter in a body? (a)weight (b)mass (c)force (d)motion
  2. Which of the following is not a type of contact force? (a)push (b)pull (c)magnet force (d)frictional force
  3. The force that opposes motion is called? (a)frictional force (b)moving force (c)breaking or stopping force (d)coefficient
  4. What will be the weight of an object whose mass is 20kg when acceleration due to gravity is 10/s2? (a)30m/s (b)200m (c)200N (d)30N
  5. The unit of mass is _________ (a)Newton (b)metre (c)kilogram (d)kilometre
  6. Which of the following is not a career opportunity in Physics? (a)accelerator Physics (b)marketing (c)metrology (d)material Physics
  7. Time is an example of (a)derived quantity (b)fundamental quantity (c)fundamental unit (d)derived unit
  8. The dimension for velocity is ___________ (a)m/s (b)L/T (c)m/s2 (d)V
  9. ___________ is an instrument used in measuring time per hour? (a)ticker tape timer (b)stop watch (c)sand clock (d)heartbeat
  10. What is the earth pull of a body? (a)gravity (b)force (c)weight (d)mass
  11. The S.I unit of work done is __________(a)Newton (b)Newton per metre (c)Newton X metre (d)metre square
  12. When an object is said to be involved in a to and fro movement/motion, the object is in (a)relative motion (b) random motion (c) rotational motion (d)none of the above
  13. What will be the speed of a car which covers a distance of 30 metres within 15 seconds? (a)2m (b)2m/s (c)2 seconds (d)450 m/s
  14. One of the following is not used for measuring distance? (a)metre rule (b)vernier caliper (c)simple pendulum (d)micro metre screw gauge
  15. Friction can be reduced by the following ways except (a)banking (b)lubricating (c)ball bearing (d)applying dry sand
  16. The unit of force is _________ (a)Newton (b)Newton metre (c)Newton second (d)metre
  17. Which of the following is not a derived quantity? (a)area (b)mass (c)moment (d)pressure
  18. __________ is the distance travelled with time (A)distance (b)displacement (c)speed (d)velocity
  19. _________ is the rate of velocity with respect to time (a)displacement (b)acceleration (c)distance (d)speed
  20. Energy is measured in ___________ (a)Newton (b)Joules (c)metre (d)kilogram
  21. Which of the following is not a form of energy? (a)sand energy (b)kinetic energy (c)solar energy (d)work energy
  22. Viscosity is a _________ (a)scalar quantity (b)vector quantity (c)physical quantity (d)all of the above
  23. Which of the following is not a low viscous liquid? (a)grease (b)water (c)kerosene (d)petrol
  24. __________ force can also be called push (a)like force (b)unlike force (c)frictional force (d)pull
  25. Which of the following is not a type of motion? (a)random motion (b)relative motion (c)resting motion (d)rotational motion
  26. A car starts from rest and achieve a velocity of 20m/s in 10 seconds, moving westward from a starting point 0. What will be its average acceleration? (a)- 2m/s2 (b) 2m/s2 (c) 2m/s (d)- 2m/s
  27. A decrease in velocity is called (a)acceleration (b)deceleration (c)velocity (d)brakes being applied
  28. __________ is the ability of capability to do work? (a)energy (b)work done (c)power (d)food
  29. The rate of work done or energy expended is known as __________ (a)energy (b)power (c)work done (d)distance
  30. Power is measured in __________ (a)joules (b)Newton (c)watt (d)kilogram

THEORY

Instruction: Answer three questions only

  1. (a). Write three examples each of fundamental and derived quantities

(b). Write the dimensions and units of the quantities listed above

  1. (a). Draw a velocity time graph showing when a vehicle is:

(i). At rest

(ii). Moving in constant speed

(iii).Constant acceleration

(iv).Constant deceleration

(b). A motor car accelerates for 10 seconds to attain a velocity of 20m/s. it continues

with uniform velocity for a further 20 seconds and then decelerates so that it stops in

20 seconds. Draw the velocity time graph representation and calculate:

(i). Acceleration

(ii). Deceleration

  1. (a). Define motion and friction

(b). List the two types of force and explain one

(c). List four types of motion and explain

  1. Define the following:

(a). Speed

(b). Velocity

(c). Position

(d). Displacement

(e). Distance

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GOVERNMENT

SSS 1

Section A

Choose the correct option

  1. ___________ is the machinery established to organize the state, manage its affairs (a)manager (b)machine (c)government
  2. The will of the people is realized through (a)television (b)election (c) government
  3. ________ is not an organ of government (a)legislative (b)executive (c)federal
  4. The organ of government concerned with the interpretation of law is __________ (a)judiciary (b)legislative (c)executive
  5. __________ is a feature of government (a)periodic change (b)defence of the country (c)maintenance of law and order
  6. We studied government for the following reasons except __________ (a)opportunity for leadership (b)political education (c)execution
  7. An organized body of people occupying a defined territory with an organized government free from external control is a ___________ (a)population (b)nation (c)state
  8. _________ is an association of people united by common ties (a)A population (b)A nation (c)A state
  9. __________ is not an example of a state (a)Enugu (b)Ghana (c)Canada
  10. _________ is not a feature of a nation (a)sovereignty (b)population (c)territory
  11. The ability to control the actions of others through the possession of means of sanctions is ________ (a)military (b)power (c) government
  12. The fundamental law of a state is refer to as _________ (a) government (b)constitution (c)court
  13. __________ is not a form of power (a)physical (b)authority (c)political
  14. Physical power is also known as __________ (a)military power (b)force power (c)naked power
  15. ________ is a means of acquiring power (a)inheritance (b)physical (c)military
  16. The right to give orders and enforce obedience is ________ (a)authority (b)sanction (c)power
  17. __________ is the acceptance and recognition of a political system by the citizens of a country (a)power (b)legitimacy (c)authority
  18. Sovereignty can be located in the following except (a)a monarch (b)a school (c)the electorate
  19. Legal source of authority is derived from the _________ (a)people (b)constitution (c)military
  20. __________ is not a source of authority (a)legal (b)delegated (c)traditional
  21. __________ is not a type of authority government authority (b)political authority (c)charismatic authority
  22. Another name for indirect democracy is _________ (a)free democracy (b)representative democracy (c)absolute democracy
  23. __________ is not a type of democracy (a)undirect |(b)direct (c)representative democracy
  24. The following are agents of political socialization except __________ (a)the family (b)mass media (c)the market
  25. The process of political learning from childhood to adulthood is _______ (a)schooling (b)growing (c)political socialization
  26. __________ is a tier of government (a)local (b)president (c)executive
  27. The system of government in which all government powers are concentrated in the hand of a single central government is _________ (a)democratic system (b)unitary system (c)federal system
  28. __________ is an advantage of federal system of government (a)reduction in work loads (b)expensive to run (c)rigid constitution
  29. There are __________ types of government (a)3 (b)4 (c)2
  30. _________ is a form of government headed by a dictator (a)fascism (b)feudalism (c)federalism

THEORY

Instruction: Answer Any three questions of your choice

  1. (a). What s democracy?

(b). State four condition necessary for a successful democracy

  1. (a). What is capitalism

(b). State four features of capitalism

  1. (a). What is a State?

(b). State four characteristics of a State

  1. (a). What is government as an institution of the state?

(b). state four functions of government

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HOME ECONOMICS

JSS 1

Section A

Choose the correct option

  1. The area of Home Economics that deals with using what the family has to get what it needs is called (a)economics (b)home knowledge (c)home care (d)home management
  2. Home Economics deals with (a)how people live in the family (b)what people need in the family (c)how to satisfy people’s needs (d)none of the above
  3. One of the family areas deals with planning available space in a house (a)housing (b)building (c)interior decoration (d)exterior decoration
  4. Home Economics are related to (a)few subject (b)only Biology (c)only Chemistry (d)many subjects
  5. All the following are true except (a)wise buying consumer (b)education (c)family relation – family living (d)textile and clothing
  6. The subject that helps a Home Economist to understand the effects of heat on food is (a)economist (b)mathematics (c)physics (d)chemistry
  7. Person who created new styles of clothing is called a fashion ________ (a)model (b)designer (c)advertiser (d)creator
  8. One of the following does not belong to the group (a)dietitian (b)nutritionist (c)caterer (d)cook
  9. A pattern illustration develops (a)patterns (b)paper pattern (c)laundry (d)design
  10. People that work as promoter in industries that manufacture household equipment are called (a)advertising and promoter (b)institutional housekeeping (c)designers (d)management
  11. At the Junior Secondary School level (Basic Education 7 – 9 ) Home Economics is offered as (a)simple subject (b)three different subject (c)four different subject (d)seven subject
  12. Which of these does not belong to these group (a)home making (b) Home Economics extension (c)Hotel management (d)journalism
  13. Home Economics aims at improving (a)career (b)family life (c)university (d) Home Economist
  14. Each hair grows from a narrow tube in the skin called hair (a)follicle (b)pit (c)organ (d)scalp
  15. The sense organ for smelling is the (a)hair (b)hand (c)nose (d)eyes
  16. Which of the following prevent dryness of hair and scalp (a)shampoo (b)spray (c)brush (d)oils
  17. One of the following is wrong (a)eye for sight (b)ears for hearing (c)tongue for tasting (d)nose for touching
  18. The nerves that travel form the nose to the brain are called (a)nose nerves (b)a factory (c)nostril nerves (d)sensing
  19. Which of the following is also important for balance (a)skin (b)nose (c)ear (d)eye
  20. One of the following contains sweat glands and blood vessels (a)epidemic (b)dermis (c)sweat pore (d)peridermis

SECTION B – THEORY

Answer all questions

  1. State five parts of the eyes

(b)Explain three functions

  1. State five functions of food

(b)Mention four importance of healthy feeding habits

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1st Term Examination

HOME ECONOMICS

JSS 2

Section A

Choose the correct option

  1. Clothes are kept in the following except (a)wardrobe (b)box (c)bathroom (d)drawer
  2. Clothes need to be washed to improve its (a)taste (b)appearance (c)statics (d)shape
  3. Calico patch is usually used for (a)bed sheets and pillowcases (b)bed sheets and caps (c)aprons and garments (d)household coats and socks
  4. Darning is the process of mending __________ in articles (a)buttons (b)openings (c)clothes (d)holes
  5. The materials that are not frequently used and should be store in polythene are usually (a)black materials (b)white materials (c)yellow materials (d)green materials
  6. Household linens are (a)articles used in the factory (b)clothes used in the school (c)clothes articles for hospital theatre (d)articles used in the home to enhance domestic activities
  7. Articles in the kitchen are (a)table napkins and face towels (b)table clothes and bath towel (c)table clothes and place mats (d)place mats and pillowcase
  8. Household articles used for decorating windows and doors are called (a)sheets and linery (b)curtains and draperies (c)linen and draperies (d)curtains and towels
  9. Which of the following household liners is the odd one out? (a)tablecloth (b)blanket (c)bed spread (d)pillowcase
  10. Examples of bed liner include (a)mattress and bath towels (b)bedspread and tea clothes (c)mattress covers and pillowcases (d)face towels and blankets
  11. Wash, iron and air clothes before (a)storage (b)repairing (c)darning (d)mending
  12. Do not store damp clothes because they can _______ clothes (a)improve (b)protect (c)repair (d)damage
  13. Print pitches are used to repair articles and garments that are (a)coloured and designed (b)designed and rough (c)modeled and printed (d)printed and patterned
  14. Darning is a method of garment (a)repair (b)storage (c)design (d)dyeing
  15. Which of the following is not an example of bed linen? (a)bed sheet (b)mattress (c)pillowcase (d)blanket
  16. Oven gas or clothes are used for (a)washing in hot water (b)wiping hot glasses (c)placing plates and dishes (d)handling hot pans and dishes
  17. One of the points to be considered when selecting household linen is (a)location of the family (b)age of the family (c)weather condition (d)quantity that will last longer
  18. Curtains and draperies used on windows and doors for (a)privacy in the home (b)setting tables (c)covering beds (d)cleaning the body
  19. Face towels are used after bath for (a)wiping and cleaning the body (b)wiping and cleaning of faces (c)wiping and cleaning of the toes (d)wiping and decorating the face
  20. One of the tools used for pressing clothes during and after garment construction is called __________ (a)sewing machine (b)thread machine (c)pressing iron (d)ironing chair

SECTION B – THEORY

Instruction: Answer all

  1. (a)State two uses of bed linen

(b)List three types of table Linen

  1. (a)State three ways of storing clothes

(b)Define the term “clothing repair”

  1. (a)Define home maker

(b)mention three qualities of a home maker

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HOME ECONOMICS

JSS 3

Section A

Choose the correct option

  1. __________ are threads which are obtained by twisting several fibres together (a)yarns (b)wefts (c)warps (d)fabrics
  2. __________ is a long, finished or self knitted edge of a fabric (a)selvedge (b)weaving (c)gram (d)yam
  3. __________ are threads that run horizontally or lengthwise on a fabric (a)fibres (b)yarns (c)wraps (d)wefts
  4. The two main classes of fibres are (a)plant and synthetic fibres (b)man-made and synthetic fibres (c)natural and plant fibres (d)natural and man-made fibres
  5. _________ burns easily and smells like burning paper (a)linen (b)cotton (c)silk (d)wool
  6. ________ are cellulose – based fibres (a)viscose rayon and nylon (b)nylon and cellulose acetate (c)polyester and nylon (d)viscose rayon and cellulose acetate
  7. Which of the following is not a factor to be considered when purchasing a sewing machine (a)durability of the machine (b)availability of the machine spare parts (c)money to buy the machine (d)electric and automobile machine
  8. Which of the following types of sewing machine is the most expensive? (a)treadle sewing machine (b)electric sewing machine (c)hand wheel sewing machine (d)industrial designing sewing machine
  9. Which of these is not a part of a sewing machine? (a)balance wheel (b)spool pin (c)sewing table (d)stop motion screw
  10. The upright metal rod that holds the thread up in a sewing machine is called a (a)face plate (b)stitch regulator (c)spool pin (d)presser foot lever
  11. __________ is not a type of fullness (a)zip (b)dart (c)tack (d)pleat
  12. A ______ is a combination of a fastening and an opening (a)press-stud (b)zip (c)hook (d)button hole
  13. Which of the following is not an example of synthetic fibre (a)viscose (b)charcoal (c)rayon (d)acetate
  14. The following are reasons for studying textile except that it enable one’s area (a)the origin, properties and uses of fibres (b)different dresses for different occasions (c)the grains of a fibre (d)the cultural fashion of one’s area
  15. Which of these is not a stain removal? (a)vinegar (b)soap (c)lemon juice (d)mentholated spirit
  16. __________ is located on top of the sewing machine and is used to hold the sewing thread in position (a)electric motor (b)needle clamp (c)spool pin (d)needles head
  17. An electric motor is important in the operation of (a)hand wheel machine (b)treadle sewing machine (c)electric sewing machine (d)food – operated sewing machine
  18. Devices attached to openings which closes the points are (a)elastics (b)press studs (c)facings (d)fastening
  19. Special features made on garments for easy wearing and removal are called (a)darts (b)facings (c)finishing (d)openings
  20. The durable method of finishing necklines and armholes edges of a garments by (a)facing (b)finishes (c)necking (d)edging

SECTION B – THEORY

  1. (a)State three uses of textile

(b)State two reasons for studying textiles

  1. (a)Mention four parts of a sewing machine

(b)List two common faults in sewing

  1. (a)Define garment construction

(b)State five steps in laundry

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1st Term Examination

COMPUTER STUDIES

BASIC 4

Section A

Attempt all questions

(1). The hardware of a computer are the parts that ____________ (a)can be seen and touched (b)are programs (c)cannot be touched

(2). Keep a computer in a __________ room (a)hot (b)a well ventilated room (c)dark and dirty

(3). ______ the system when not in use for long (a)connect (b)cover (c)unplug

(4). The _________ is also called VDU (a)monitor (b)keyboard (c)mouse

(5). _________ is the plural form of Datum (a)data (b)information (c)result

(6). Numbers, letters, signs and symbols make up ___________ (a)information (b)result (c)data

(7). We have __________ types of information (a)2 (b)3 (c)5

(8). __________ is the process of getting data and instruction into the computer (a)data entry (b)entry data (c)putting data

(9). There are _________ types of data entry (a)1 (b)5 (c)2

(10). ___________ is the most common type of input machine (a)keyboard (b)joystick (c)disk

(11). ___________ has holes that represent data on it (a)punched card (b)bar codes (c)mouse

(12). Data can be transmitted either ___________ or ______________ (a)manually and electronically (b)spiritually or physically (c)physically or electronically

(13). _________ is the movement of data in the computer system (a)data entry (b)data allowed (c)data transmission

(14). There are ___________ data transmission equipments (a)10 (b)many (c)5

(15). __________ are used to connect terminals that are not too far from the computer system (a)multiplex (b)dataplex (c)communication lines

(16). The control unit is the most important part of __________ (a)keyboard (b)CPU (c)disk

(17). CPU means __________ (a) Compact personal unit (b) Central processing unit (c)computer processor unit (d)computer printing unit

(18). The computer process data the _____________ (a)input unit (b)output (c)CPU

(19). A.L.U. stands for ________ (a)aluminum Logic Unit (b)Arithmetic Logic Unit (c)Arithmetic control unit

(20). Result can be stored in the __________ unit for future use (a)main memory (b)backing storage (c)program

SECTION B – THEORY

Attempt three questions

1. What does communicating with the computer mean?

2. Why was high level language developed

3. What does Os and Is represent on the computer binary numbers

4. Define Data Entry

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1st Term Examination

COMPUTER STUDIES

BASIC 3

Name:……………………………

Section A

Attempt all questions

  1. The history of computer dates back to _________ empire (a)California (b)Babylonia (c)chorgeran
  2. ___________made the calculator (a)Blaise Pascal (b)Nigeria (c)Babylonia
  3. _________ is the father of computer (a)Herman Handensy (b)Charles Babbage (c)Chsepasl
  4. We have __________ types of computer (a)3 (b)4(c)5
  5. __________ computer is used for both science and commercial work (a)Analog (b)Digital (c)Hybrid
  6. ____________ computer can do only one thing or a special job (a)general purpose (b)special purpose (c)total purpose
  7. Hardware’s is the __________ parts of the computer system (a)physical (b)software (c)peoples materials
  8. ___________ is not an hardware (a)game (b)mouse (c)monitor
  9. ___________ is the non physical part of the computer (a)hardware (b)software (c)everywhere
  10. Software are ___________ in the computer (a)program (b)machine (c)system

SECTION B – THEORY

Attempt two questions

(1). Define generation of computer

(2). What are the features of first and fifth generations computer

(3). What is hardware?

(4). List five hardware’s and their uses

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1st Term Examination

COMPUTER STUDIES

BASIC 2

Section A

Attempt all questions

(1). Who started the history of computer? (a)The Chinese (b)Babylonian (c)Nigerian

(2). What was used for counting many years back (a)counter (b)stones (c)eyes

(3). ________ is the father of computer (a)Charles Babbage (b)Charley boy (c)Charlie Babber

(4). Who made calculator? (a)Abacus China (b)Blaise Pascal (c)John Thomas

(5). __________ is the way we switch on the computer (a)booting (b)soothing (c)on/off

(6). There are _________ types of booting (a)4 (b)2 (c)3

(7). We use the computer to __________ (a)sing (b)play game (c)stool

(8). We can use the computer at home (a)true (b)false (c)never

(9). Can the computer do many jobs? (a)yes (b)no (c)none

(10). Can the computer get tired easily (a)yes (b)no (c)none

SECTION B – THEORY

Answer two questions only

1. List two types of computer games

2. Draw a 3½ floppy disk

  1. Name the parts of a key board

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1st Term Examination

COMPUTER STUDIES

BASIC 1

Section A

Attempt all questions

(1) ____________ looks like television (a)CPU (b)monitor (c)drive

(2) _________ is called VDU (a)monitor (b)CPU (c)keyboard

(3) The glass cover on the face of the monitor is called __________ (a)keyboard (b)CPU (c)monitor

(4) How many types of monitor do we have? (a)5 (b)2 (c)4

(5) The CPU is referred to as the ___________ of the computer (a)brain (b)box (c)head

(6) The keyboard looks like a _____________ (a)monitor (b)motor (c)typewriter

(7) We have letters and numbers on the ____________ (a)yes (b)no (c)all of them

(8) _________ is a type of keyboard (a)enhanced (b)standard (c)all of the above

(9) How many types of keyboard do we have? (a)many (b)2 (c)7

(10) We use keyboard to ________ (a)type (b)cry (c)show

SECTION B – THEORY

Answer one question only

(1) What is CPU

(2) Draw a keyboard

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1st Term Examination

COMPUTER STUDIES CLASS: NURSERY 2

NAME:__________________________

  1. Computer is an __________ machine (a)electronic (b)electrical (c)light
  2. We use our ____________ to control mouse (a)hand (b)leg (c)mouth
  3. Letter A stands for ________ (a)abacus (b)a head (c)a brain
  4. Letter B stands for ________ (a)bucker (b)boxfile (c)bag
  5. Letter C stands for ________ (a)computer (b)come (c)cook
  6. Letter D stands for ________ (a)disk drive (b)desk (c)David
  7. Letter M stands for ________ (a)mouse (b)market (c)money
  8. Letter Z stands for ________ (a)xylophone (b)z-modem (c)zebra
  9. Identify this object (a)joystick (b)light pen (c)mouse
  10. Trace the Light pen

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1st Term Examination

COMPUTER STUDIES CLASS: NURSERY 1

NAME:________________________

  1. Identify this object (a)joystick (b)light pen (c)mouse
  2. Trace the Light pen
  3. Trace the Joystick

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1st Term Examination

AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE

BASIC 3

NAME:________________________

  1. __________ is one of the means in which weeds can be controlled (a)by phoning (b)by cultural means (c)by flying means
  2. Agriculture can be classified into __________ and __________ (a)crop science and forestry (b)book and animal science (c)mechanic and crop science
  3. ___________ are unwanted plants n a farmer’s piece of land (a)plants beans (b)weeds (c)cars
  4. __________ plants are plants that grow out of one seed leaf (a)dicotyledon (b)monocotyledon (c)weeds
  5. Fishes are cold blooded vertebrates that live in water and breathe by means of their gills (a)true (b)false (c)I don’t know
  6. __________ is the process of catching fish form the pond, river, sea or ocean for human uses (a)fishing (b)running (c)farming
  7. _________ are plant and animal residue which the farmer can add to the soil to maintain soil fertility (a)water (b)manure (c)soil
  8. __________ is the uppermost layer of earth which supports plants and animals growth (a)manure (b)soil (c)water
  9. _______ soil is formed by the decomposition of ________ (a)rocks (b)soil (c)manure
  10. _________ is one importance of Agriculture (a)for dieing (b)for shelter (c)for growing

SECTION B – THEORY

  1. Name five animals reared by farmers
  2. List two importance of Agriculture
  3. What is monocotyledon plants
  4. List one effect of weeds on plants
  5. Draw and label a fish

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1st Term Examination

CIVIC EDUCATION

BASIC 3

NAME:________________________

  1. ________ is an approach to government that is committed to creating a system founded in peace and justice (a)good governance (b)bad governance (c)corrupt governance
  2. A ________ is a body of people who rule in a country (a) governance (b) government (c)preacher
  3. Those who form the government rule according to the wishes of the people (a)true (b)false (c)I don’t know
  4. There are __________ types of government (a)6 (b)3 (c)4
  5. __________ is a system of government or country where King or Queen rules (a)oligarchy (b)monarchy (c)penachy
  6. Kings and queens are elected through election (a)true (b)false (c)I don’t know
  7. The form of government that is headed or controlled by a traditional ruler is called __________ (a)oligarchy (b)monarchy (c)traditional government
  8. _________ can also be referred to democratic government (a)traditional government (b)constitutional government (c)oligarchy
  9. The President is the Chief Executive Officer of the Federal government (a)true (b)false (c)no idea
  10. __________ is the third level of the government (a)state government (b)federal government (c)local government

SECTION B – THEORY

  1. What is Monarchy
  2. List three (3) countries that practice monarchy
  3. What is constitutional government
  4. List the two kinds of constitutional government
  5. What is traditional government

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1st Term Examination

VERBAL REASONING

BASIC 1

NAME:________________________

Match each animal with its sounds

  1. Lion purrs
  2. Bird roars
  3. Cat bleat
  4. Sheep grunts
  5. Pig sings/chirp

Re-arrange these letters to make words

Examples – oobk – book

  1. hpees __________________
  2. ckloc __________________
  3. oorm __________________
  4. elather __________________
  5. itefh __________________

Circle the vowel sound

  1. Pawpaw
  2. Class room
  3. Mother
  4. Tree
  5. Doctor

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1st Term Examination

CULTURAL AND CREATIVE ART

JSS 1

Section A

Choose the correct option

  1. Drama comes from the Greek word called (a)dran (b)drent (c)drant (d)dant
  2. Which of following is basic to all forms of visual arts (a)drawing (b)paining (c)sculpture (d)photography
  3. The two main type of art are (a)drawing and painting (b)sculpture and drawing (c)fine art and applied art (d)theory and practical

 

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