# Examination Questions

## Primary 3 Mathematics Questions

MATHEMATICS PRIMARY 3 Subject: Mathematics Class: Primary 3 Evaluate 5 X (6 + 14)   Simplify 5 X 3 X 4     How many 8s are there in 64?   Subtract: 6 from 11 13 13   Simplify 25 – 12 30 30 Multiply 28 by 7 Find the missing number. – 41 =

## SS 2 THIRD TERM YORUBA LESSON NOTES

ISE-:EDE YORUBA                                         CLASS: S.S.S.2 ILANA ISE OSOOSE FUN SAA KETA Ose:  EDE: Aroko ti o je mo isipaya. ASA: EkoIle LIT: Itupale Asayan iwe litireso ti ijoba yan. WAEC/NECO. EDE: Silebu Ede Yoruba. ASA: Isse

## Exam Questions Second Term SS 3 Marketing

CLASS: S.S.S. 3 SUBJECT: MARKETING INSTRUCTION: Answer all the questions SECTION A Which of the following is not a component of the marketing mix? (a) Product (b) Price (c) Promotion (d) Placement Which of the following is not a type of market segmentation? (a) Geographic (b) Demographic (c) Behavioral (d) Psychographic What is the process

## Money : Conversion, Addition, Subtraction and Commercial Arithmetic (Profit and Loss)

SECOND TERM E NOTES FOR PRIMARY 4 MATHEMATICS SUBJECT: MATHEMATICS CLASS: BASIC FOUR / / PRIMARY 4 WEEK 8 TOPIC: Money : Conversion, Addition, Subtraction and Commercial Arithmetic (Profit and Loss)  Importance It is used in obtaining the basic necessities of life including food, clothing and shelter. It is also used for foreign exchange.

## MID TERM TEST SECOND TERM PRIMARY 4 MATHEMATICS

SECOND TERM E NOTES FOR PRIMARY 4 MATHEMATICS SUBJECT: MATHEMATICS CLASS: BASIC FOUR / / PRIMARY 4 WEEK 7 TOPIC : PRIMARY 4 SECOND TERM MID TERM TEST MATHEMATICS  ANSWER THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS What is the rounded-up estimate of 53 + 27? (a) 60 (b) 70 (c) 80 (d) 90 What is the rounded-up

## Estimation : Round up of numbers (Addition and Subtraction)

SECOND TERM E NOTES FOR PRIMARY 4 MATHEMATICS SUBJECT: MATHEMATICS CLASS: BASIC FOUR / / PRIMARY 4 WEEK 6 TOPICS : Estimation : Round up of numbers (Addition and Subtraction)    Importance : It is used in budget writing. To estimate the total cost of items at a departmental store Learning Objectives Pupils should

## Squares and Square Roots of Whole Numbers

SECOND TERM E NOTES FOR PRIMARY 4 MATHEMATICS SUBJECT: MATHEMATICS CLASS: BASIC FOUR / / PRIMARY 4 WEEK 5 TOPICS : Squares and Square Roots of Whole Numbers  Learning Objectives Pupils should be able to: calculate the square of numbers from 1-20 identify the perfect squares in a set of numbers e.g. 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12, 13,14,15,16,17,18,19,20.

## Decimals : Multiplication, Division and Changing Common Fractions with 10, 100, 1000 as Denominators to Decimals

SECOND TERM E NOTES FOR PRIMARY 4 MATHEMATICS SUBJECT: MATHEMATICS CLASS: BASIC FOUR / / PRIMARY 4 WEEK 4 TOPIC : Decimals : Multiplication, Division and Changing Common Fractions with 10, 100, 1000 as Denominators to Decimals      Learning Objectives Pupils should be able to: calculate decimals by multiplying with 1-digit number calculate

## REVISION OF FIRST TERM’S WORK PRIMARY 4 MATHEMATICS

REVISION TEST SECOND TERM E NOTES FOR PRIMARY 4 MATHEMATICS SUBJECT: MATHEMATICS CLASS: BASIC FOUR / / PRIMARY 4 RESUMPTION TEST ANSWER THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS What is the result of adding 1/2 and 1/4? a. 2/6 b. 3/8 c. 1/6 d. 3/4 What is the result of subtracting 3/5 from 2/3? a. 1/5 b. 1/15

## Third Term Examination Questions JSS 1 Social Studies

THIRD TERM Examination malpractices may lead to a repeat of the subject or suspensions don’t be involved.  Subject: SOCIAL STUDIES        Duration: 1HR 30MINS    Class: JSS 1  (1)   Lack of cooperation normally leads to……….    (a) unity (b) development (c) progress (d) conflict (2)    Someone who operates a motorcycles  is called……….    (a) Cyclist