Revision Test:

  1. What is work?
    • Work is the effort or activity performed to achieve a purpose or earn a living.
  2. Define right attitude to work.
    • The right attitude to work involves being diligent, responsible, and committed to performing tasks efficiently and effectively.
  3. Identify seven legitimate professions.
    • Examples of legitimate professions include doctors, teachers, engineers, lawyers, nurses, accountants, and architects.
  4. Define community service.
    • Community service is volunteering one’s time and effort to help improve the well-being of others or the community without expecting payment.
  5. State seven forms of community service.
    • Examples of community service include volunteering at a homeless shelter, participating in beach clean-ups, tutoring students, organizing blood donation drives, helping at animal shelters, mentoring youth, and assisting the elderly.
  6. Define negative behavior.
    • Negative behavior refers to actions or conduct that is harmful, disrespectful, or goes against societal norms and values.
  7. Identify eight negative behaviors.
    • Examples of negative behaviors include lying, cheating, stealing, bullying, gossiping, laziness, disrespecting authority, and being dishonest.
  8. What is drug abuse?
    • Drug abuse is the harmful or excessive use of drugs, including illegal substances or misusing prescription medications, leading to negative consequences on physical, mental, and social well-being.
  9. State four causes of drug abuse.
    • Causes of drug abuse include peer pressure, stress, trauma or abuse, and genetic predisposition.
  10. Identify four effects of drug abuse.
    • Effects of drug abuse include addiction, health problems, impaired judgment, and strained relationships.
  11. State five importance of the right attitude to work.
    • The importance of the right attitude to work includes increased productivity, job satisfaction, career advancement, positive work relationships, and personal fulfillment.
  12. State five consequences of having a negative attitude to work.
    • Consequences of a negative attitude to work include poor performance, conflicts with coworkers, disciplinary actions, missed opportunities for advancement, and job dissatisfaction.
  13. Define examination malpractice.
    • Examination malpractice refers to any dishonest or unethical behavior aimed at gaining an unfair advantage during exams, such as cheating, copying, or using unauthorized materials.
  14. State four causes of examination malpractice.
    • Causes of examination malpractice include pressure to perform well, lack of preparation, inadequate supervision, and societal attitudes towards success.
  15. State four forms of examination malpractice.
    • Forms of examination malpractice include cheating, plagiarism, collusion, and impersonation.
  16. Define pillars of democracy.
    • Pillars of democracy are the fundamental principles and institutions that uphold and safeguard democratic governance, such as rule of law, free and fair elections, separation of powers, and respect for human rights.
  17. Identify eight pillars of democracy.
    • The eight pillars of democracy include rule of law, electoral integrity, political participation, freedom of expression, independent judiciary, accountable government, civil society, and human rights protection.
  18. Define election.
    • An election is a formal process where citizens choose their representatives or decide on specific issues by casting votes.
  19. State five types of election.
    • Types of elections include presidential elections, parliamentary elections, local government elections, referendum, and by-elections.
  20. Identify three importance of election in the modern day political system.
    • Importance of election includes promoting democracy, ensuring representation, and holding leaders accountable to the people.


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