Title: Physical and Health Education Examination Questions for J.S.S. Three



Name: [Your Name]

Class: J.S.S THREE

Time: 1hr 30m

SECTION A: Attempt all questions

  1. The government body that enforces law against drug trafficking is…….
    (a) F.R.S.C
    (b) N.U.R.T.W
    (c) NDLEA
    (d) W.H.O
  2. During the forward roll in gymnastics, one of the following parts of the body’does not touch the ground…..
    (a) palms
    (b) head
    (c) shoulder
    (d) toes
  3. One of the following vitamins is necessary in the body for blood clotting:
    (a) B
    (b) C
    (c) D
    (d) K
  4. Which of the following may cause poor posture?
    (a) diet
    (b) sleeping
    (c) injury
    (d) running
  5. The World Football Governing Body is called….
    (a) C.A.F
    (b) U.E.F.A
    (c) F.I.F.A
    (d) L.O.C
  6. One of the following statement is the function of the skeleton:
    (a) it gives the body beauty
    (b) it makes our body beautiful
    (c) it protects delicate organs
    (d) it regulates the body temperature
  7. Under which event would you classify hurdles?
    (a) track and field
    (b) track only
    (c) field only
    (d) games only
  8. One of the following is an example of a throwing event:
    (a) hammer
    (b) hash
    (c) hammanta
    (d) humorous
  9. The zone of about 20m within which a baton is exchanged among runners is……
    (a) acceleration zone
    (b) change-over box
    (c) upward zone
    (d) downward zone
  10. The energy used for muscular activities is obtained from……
    (a) protein
    (b) minerals
    (c) vitamins
    (d) carbohydrates
  11. Human trafficking denotes
    (a) movement
    (b) tug of war
    (c) transferring
    (d) exploitation
  12. A skill that acts as a weapon of attack in the game of volleyball is……..
    (a) spiking
    (b) blocking
    (c) setting
    (d) digging
  13. Ability to float with confidence in water is called …..
    (a) butterfly
    (b) buoyancy
    (c) bathing
    (d) bullying
  14. The officials that protect the life of a drowning swimmer are known as
    (a) life angel
    (b) life saver
    (c) life protector
    (d) life guard
  15. The two types of water supply are…..
    (a) deep and shallow
    (b) deep and surface
    (c) surface and underground
    (d) shallow and underground
  16. In ancient times, people danced for the following reasons except…..
    (a) to appease the gods
    (b) to please the spirits of the dead
    (c) to wage war against enemies
    (d) for fun and enjoyment
  17. The expressive movement of turning, twisting, and rolling of the body to conform with the rhythm of a sound is…..
    (a) play
    (b) jump
    (c) music
    (d) dance
  18. One of these is not a characteristic of a healthy person…..
    (a) physically challenged person
    (b) freedom from diseases
    (c) healthy mind and sound body
    (d) normal function of the body system
  19. …… is the passing of characteristics from parents to the offspring
    (a) Environment
    (b) Lifestyle
    (c) Hereditary
    (d) Occupation
  20. Which of the following starting methods is good for a tall athlete?
    (a) elongated start
    (b) medium start
    (c) crouch start
    (d) bunch start
  21. Another name for traditional wrestling is….
    (a) ijakade
    (b) ijakunle
    (c) ijawole
    (d) ijalo
  22. The ability to perform one’s work without undue fatigue and still have enough energy for life is……
    (a) social fitness
    (b) emotional fitness
    (c) physical fitness
    (d) energy fitness
  23. What is the name of the association that controls Hockey game in Nigeria?
    (a) Hockey Federation
    (b) National Hockey Federation
    (c) International Hockey Federation
    (d) Nigeria Amateur Hockey Federation
  24. Which of the following benefits is NOT derived from Physical Education?
    (a) entertainment
    (b) safety
    (c) professionalism
    (d) recognition
  25. One important aspect of consumer education is that it enables the consumer to know his or her…
    (a) Left
    (b) upright
    (c) center
    (d) rights
  26. Which official ensures that all competitors start the race at the same time?
    (a) Referee
    (b) Track Judge
    (c) Umpire
    (d) Starter
  27. Bruise, sprain, dislocation, and cramp are common sport……
    (a) accidents
    (b) injuries
    (c) wounds
    (d) ground faults
  28. How many players make up a team in hockey?
    (a) 12
    (b) 11
    (c) 10
    (d) 9
  29. Who controls and has the final say in the game of soccer?
    (a) Referee
    (b) Match Commissioner
    (c) Coach
    (d) Assistant Referee
  30. The ability to stay afloat and float in water is…..
    (a) swimming
    (b) diving
    (c) buoyancy
    (d) walking
  31. The following injuries can be sustained in gymnastics EXCEPT….
    (a) fracture
    (b) drowning
    (c) dislocation
    (d) strain
  32. How many lanes does a standard Olympic Swimming Pool have?
    (a) 4-6
    (b) 5-6
    (c) 6-7
    (d) 6-6
  33. Spiking is a fundamental skill in……..
    (a) Basketball
    (b) Handball
    (c) Volleyball
    (d) Hockey
  34. To play the game of hockey you need……
    (a) a hockey stick
    (b) a hockey bat
    (c) a hockey pad
    (d) a hockey racket
  1. Nutrition deals with the study of….
    (a) drinking and eating
    (b) eating and defecation
    (c) food and nutrients
    (d) food and water
  2. One of the following is NOT a component of good health…
    (a) eating balanced diet
    (b) sleeping under treated net
    (c) smoking and drinking alcohol
    (d) drinking enough water
  3. ……. Is the process of keeping the pool clean and hygienic at all times.
    (a) buoyancy
    (b) pool hygiene
    (c) floating
    (d) pool showering
  4. ……. Is the recruitment, transportation, harboring of people for the purpose of slavery, forced labor, and servitude or slavery.
    (a) human trafficking
    (b) drug trafficking
    (c) food trafficking
    (d) property trafficking
  5. One of these is NOT an emotional consequence of child abuse…
    (a) anxiety
    (b) depression
    (c) isolation
    (d) alienation
  6. Sewage primarily means…..
    (a) liquid wastes
    (b) soluble wastes
    (c) solid wastes
    (d) refuse wastes
  7. A movement performed in Handball by a player with or without the ball which is meant to deceive an opponent is called…..
    (a) breaking
    (b) dodging
    (c) faking
  8. The following races 50m, 75m, 100m, 200m, and 400m are known as……
    (a) marathon races
    (b) sprint races
    (c) middle-distance races
    (d) long-distance races
  9. Which of the following is not a purpose of swimming?
    (a) for survival
    (b) for combat
    (c) for pleasure
    (d) for all-round development of the body
  10. All the following are aquatic sports except …….
    (a) Swimming
    (b) Sailing
    (c) Shooting
    (d) Diving
  11. The term “sector” is associated with…..
    (a) shot put
    (b) high jump
    (c) long jump
    (d) hurdles
  12. Which of these gymnastic activities is performed on a mat?
    (a) the hanging
    (b) forward roll
    (c) the catwalk
    (d) the face vault
  13. What is the ossification in bone?
    (a) softening of bone
    (b) compact bone
    (c) hardening of bone
    (d) tightening of bone
  14. The need for the promotion of sports in our society includes the following except…
    (a) it fosters unity
    (b) it relieves mental stress
    (c) it promotes youth interaction
    (d) it promotes violence
  15. The following are methods of refuse disposal except ……
    (a) incineration method
    (b) composting method
    (c) water system
    (d) van disposal method
  16. One of the following is an example of contact sports…
    (a) Wrestling
    (b) Swimming
    (c) Gymnastics
    (d) Table tennis
  17. Characteristics of recreation include the following except ……
    (a) on for sportsmanship
    (b) voluntarily selected
    (c) for fun and enjoyment
    (d) constructive in nature
  18. All these except one can be used for the treatment of dislocation…
    (a) splint
    (b) iodine
    (c) bandage
    (d) ice block
  19. …… was regarded as the father of Physical Education in Nigeria.
    (a) Isaac Akioye
    (b) Harding Ekperigin
    (c) Segun Odegbami
    (d) Funsho Adeolu
  20. …… is an example of locomotor movements.
    (a) Walking
    (b) Standing
    (c) Bending
    (d) Twisting
  21. In a volleyball game, your opponent has just spiked the ball, which of these skills will be used to raise the low ball for other players to return it?
    (a) digging
    (b) serving
    (c) smashing
    (d) volleying
  22. In tennis, the prolonged exchange of strokes is referred to as ……
    (a) lob
    (b) stroke
    (c) rally
    (d) service
  23. The following requirements are needed by a pole-vaulter except…
    (a) flexibility
    (b) concentration
    (c) courage
    (d) twisting
  24. The effect of drug abuse could result in all EXCEPT…
    (a) sleeping well
    (b) poor health
    (c) risk of cancer
    (d) heart failure
  25. Athletics is divided into how many groups?…
    (a) 4
    (b) 3
    (c) 5
    (d) 2

Section B

Attempt four questions only

1a. Explain combined events
1b. Enumerate four types of combined events

2a. Write the full meaning of the following
i. STI
ii. HIV
iii. AIDS
2b. Identify two preventions of AIDS

3a. What are contact and non-contact sports?
3b. State three examples of each of them

4a. Identify two types of environmental pollution
4b. Mention three preventions of environmental pollution

5a. Define drug abuse
5b. Explain the two types of drugs with two characteristics each

6a. Give three techniques in boxing
6b. Enumerate two rules and regulations in boxing game

JSS 3 English Language Mock Examination: 2nd Term English Grammar Examination Session

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