Third Term Examination Questions 2019/2020 Session for all Subject – Junior Secondary School ( JSS 1, JSS 2)




SECTION A: OBJECTIVES- Answer all questions

  1. Production is the making of goods and the provision of  services that satisfy the need of people;  (True/False)
  2. There are _____ types of production (a) 6 (b) 3 (c) 4 (d) 10
  3. There are two types of goods (a) capital goods and finished goods (b) primary good and secondary goods (c) extractive good and capital goods (d) finished goods and primary goods (e) construction and consumer goods
  4. The following are the factors of production (a) land, capital and wages (b) labour profit and income (c) land, labour, capital and organization (d) profit, wages rent and reward (e) interest, rent wages and profit
  5. Reward for capital is (a) wages (b) profit (c) interest (d) goods (e) rent
  6. The co-coordinator of the four factors of production is: (a) entrepreneur (b) business man (c) principal (d) account teacher (e) manager.
  7. An occupation is defined as the fattest man who receive the highest money (True/False)
  8. There are _________type of occupation (a)5 (b) 10 (c) 3 (d) 6 (e) 4
  9. Manufacturing occupation involves the process of turning raw materials into finished goods (True/False)
  10. Direct services are  activities that bring the service provider in direct contact with the private recipient (True/False)
  11. A limited liability company can be private or public (True/False)
  12. Purchases journal is also known as purchases day book (true/False)
  13. purchases day book is used to record (a) goods returned to the supplier (b) goods returned by the purchaser (c) credit sales (d) cash sales (e) purchases on credit
  14. Goods are returned to the supplier because of (a) high price (b) low price (c) below standard (d) wrong addition of invoice (e) late supply.
  15. Sales day book is also known as sales journal (True/False)
  16. Sales journal is used to record (a) credit sales (b) hoods returned (c) cash sales (d) credit purchases (e) cash book
  17. The supplier is also known as (a) the seller (b) the purchaser (c) the manager (d) the purchases manager (e) the sales manager
  18. Returns outward journal is used to record goods returns to   (a) supplier (b) company (c) purchaser (d) clerk (e) receptionist.
  19. Returns inward journal is used to record cash sales (True/false)

SECTION B: Theory-Answer 4 question only

1.         Why do you think a receipt is necessary for only business transaction?

2.         What is the difference between a cash transaction and a credit transaction?

3.         Jegede and Juliet Co. ltd. made the following returns from UAC Plc. 

            June  2;            office equipment (below standard)                N2,000.00

            June 6;             office equipment (broken in transit)               N3, 000.00

            Write up the returns journal

4.         List 3 each advantages and disadvantages pf limited liability company

5.         What is the meaning of production?

6.         Write up the sales journal of Jegede & Audu Co. ltd. From the information below

            Dec 5;              Sold to Fatima 20 cartons of key soap at N480 a carton

            Dec 19;            sold to Ngozi 30 pairs of slippers at N50 a pair



SUBJECT; BUSINESS STUDIES              CLASS: JS 2    TIME : 1 ½ hrs  

SECTION A: OBJECTIVES– Answer all questions

  1. A  market is a place when buying and selling  take place (true/false)
  2. There are basically _______types of market (a) 2 (b) 4 (c) 3 (d) 5 (e) 7
  3. These are the types of market (a) open air market and hawker market (b) commodity and open air market (c) import and export market (d) commodity and export market (e) open air and import market
  4. Buying by auction means the selling of goods in public (true/false)
  5. Auction sales must fulfill the following conditions except; (a) an auctioneer  must be appointed (b) place of auction must be specified (c) goods are sold to the highest bidder (d) by sample
  6. Buying by inspection has opportunity to look closely at the goods he wants to buy (true/false)
  7. Wholesaling is the business of buying goods in large quantities from the consumers and sell to retailers in large quantity. (true/false)
  8. Wholesaler can also be refers as: (a) consumer (b) middle man (c) retailer (d) producer (e) agent
  9. The wholesaler can be divide into: (a) the large and small wholesaler (b) wholesaler and retailer (c) producer and retailer (d) consumer and small wholesaler
  10. Parties to cheque are the following except; (a)  drawee (b) payee (c) drawer (d) post dated
  11. Pay-in-slip is used to (a) with drawn money (b) deposit money into a saving account (c) deposit money into a current account (d) deposit money into a saving account
  12. one of the following is used to operate current account (a) cheque book (b) pass book (c) invoice (d receipt.
  13. One of the following is the reason why a bank refuse to honour a cheque (a) large sum of money (b) small amount of money  (c) signature in regular (d) bank over draft
  14. The bank act as safe for both the worker and employment (true/false)
  15. The  clerk is responsible for keeping cash books is called (a) petty cashiers (b) chief cashier (c) bursar (d) accountant
  16. The money allocated to run petty cash book for a specified period is called (a) float (b) money order (c) cash balance (d) cash at bank
  17. Petty cash book is used to record small expenses (true/false)
  18. Purchases day book is used to record cash sales (true/false)
  19. Sales journal used to record credit sales (true/false)
  20. Sales journal can be refer to as purchases journal (true/false)

SECTION B: Theory-Answer 4 questions only

1.         Discuss four other services offered by the post office

2.         Discuss four methods of classifying correspondence

3.         Name ten products in which buying by description is common

4.         Differentiate between the following:

            (i)         An over draft and a loan

            (ii)        A cross cheque and open cheque

5.         State and explain the parties to cheque

6.         Explain the following:

            (i)         Float    (ii)        Imprest system (iii)     Voucher




SECTION A: OBJECTIVES- Answer all questions

  1. Which of the following is Not an electrical appliance (a) mixers (b) blender (c) plug (d) refrigerator
  2. The unit of electric power is _________ (a) volt (b) watt (c) ampere (d) Ohm
  3. The capacitor is a device which is used to (a)  vary voltage (b) store electrical energy (c) control current (d) reduce electrical power.
  4. Which of the following symbols represents resistor? (a)      (b)   (c)   (d)  
  • Inductor (a)   (b)                (c)        (d)
  • Transistor  (a)          (b)      (c)           (d)      
  • The device which converts electrical  energy into sound energy is known as __________ (a) osculator (b)  loud speaker (c) microphone (d) radio receiver.
  •    the electronic symbol shown is known as (a) diode (b) resistor (c) transistor (d) fuse
  • All these convert electrical energy to mechanical energy EXCEPT __________(a) electric blender (b) manual grinder (c) table  fan (d) ceiling fan
  1. All these are renewable source of energy EXCEPT (a) wind (b) sun (c) river (d) fuel
  1. The purpose of a lintel is to _____ (a) support foundation (b) support walls over an opening (c) support the ceiling (d) support the roof
  1. Solar energy can be used directly or indirectly to produce (a) energy (b) magnetism (c) electricity (d) radiation 
  1. Which of the following is NOT a purpose of foundation? (a) to support  the building (b) to transmit load of the building (c) to sustain the dead load of the building (d) to bond the walls of the building
  1.         S        N  Q  N         S   the area marked Q is known as (a) electric field (b) iron filling (c) positive change  (d)  magnetic field
  1. Which of the following is NOT part of electric circuit? (a) cell (b) magnet (c) voltmeter (d) ammeter 
  1. Most of the electrical devices used in Nigeria are  rated within the range of (a) 110V – 120V (b) 220V – 240V (c) 110V – 150V (d) 180V – 200V
  1. Mechanical advantage of a machine is ________ (a) load/effort (b) effort/load (c) effort x load (d) load – effort
  1. The purpose of installing overhead water tank in a building is _____ (a) to prevent dirt from entering into the tank (b) to allow rainfall into the tank (c) for even flow of water in the building (d) to increase the pressure of the  water
  1. The two major types of electrical current are______ (a) direct and indirect current (b) direct and alternating current (c) natural and artificial current (d) P.H.C.N and generator current
  • The symbol shown is         (a) transformer (b) inductor (c) resistor (d) capacitor 

SECTION B: Theory- Answer only four questions

1a.       What is electricity   (b) What is an atom (c) Draw the atomic structure and state what makes up an atom         

2.         Write short note of 4 components of an electronic circuit

3.         Write short not on: (i) potential difference (ii) current (iii) resistor

4.         Mention 5 safety rules involved when dealing with electricity

5a.       What is  a building? (b) Name and describe types of building

6.         Differentiate between concrete and cement.




SECTION A: OBJECTIVES- Answer all questions

  1. To prevent a breakdown of a machine the following could be done EXCEPT by ______

 (a) regular inspection (b) replacement of worn parts (c) checking the oil level (d) checking of water level

  • The preliminary work done to keep a site ready for construction of a building is known as _____ (a) site  preparation (b) site clearing (c) site preparation (d) setting out
  • What types of maintenance does a roof leakage needs? (a) predictive maintenance (b)  regular maintenance (c) corrective maintenance (d) preventive maintenance
  • The hand tool used for digging relatively loose and soft earth is called ______ (a) shovel (b) hoe (c) digger (d)spade
  • The energy from the sun is referred to as _____ (a) light energy (b) heat energy *(c) solar energy (d) nuclear energy
  • The  Hydro-electric power station make use of (a) solar energy (b) gas (c) water (d) diesel 
  • The unit of energy is _____ (a) Joules (b) Joules/sec (c) watts (d) Newton
  • If a current of 4 amps flow in a circuit of 40 ohms, calculate the e.m.f  applied (a)  80 volts

 (b) 120 volts (c) 44 volts (d) 160 volt

  • For a silver spoon to retain its shining appearance, it should be polished with ____ (a0 powdery silver (b) wood ash (c) lime dry starch.
  • Environmental sanitation in Niger includes all the following, EXCEPT______ (a) clearing our surrounding (b) disposing of waste (c) opening of drainage (d) setting up of new building
  • The gauging of electrolyte level of a battery is a type of maintenance known as (a) diagnostic maintenance s(b) preventive maintenance (c) corrective maintenance (d) overhauling
  • Force per unit area is known as _____ (a) load (b) power (c) pressure (d) work
  • Site preparation include the following EXCEPT (a)  cutting of grasses (b) uprooting of trees

(c) Molding of blocks (d) removal of top soil   

  1. Which of these instruments can be used for measuring current voltage and resistance? (a) volt meter (b) multi meter (c) ammeter (d) potentiometer
  2. Water flows are classified into ________ (a) vertical and horizontal flow 9b) turbulent and random flow (c) laminar and turbulent flow (d) laminar and free flow
  3. Foundation trenches can be excavated by (a) hand and shove l  process (b) digger and hoe process (c) manual and mechanical process  (d) natural and artificial process
  4. Corrective maintenance involves the following EXCEPT_____ (a) repairing a broken down equipment (b) changing of worn  out  crankshaft (c) replacing broken pistons (d) greasing and oiling of an equipment
  5. The type of foundation shown below is called (a) strip foundation (b) pile foundation (c) stripped foundation (d) multi-foundation

19.       When is preventive maintenance carried out on a machine? (a) after a machine has been installed (b) after the machine has broken down  (c) before the machine breaks down (d) before  the machine is used

20.       The use of   electrolyte in a battery is a type of maintenance called (a) preventive (b) predictive (c) corrective (d) gauging 

SECTION B: Theory –Answer only four questions

1a.       What is boring and driving tools

b.         With a well labeled diagram, draw a brace with bit fitted.

2a.       Differentiate between corrective and preventive maintenance

b.         What are (i) chemical cells (ii) solar cells

3.         With a well labeled diagram, explain (i) dry cells (ii) mercury cells

4.         Differentiate between A cell and a battery

b.         What do you understand by energy conversion?

5          With diagrams, explain 5 tools and machines used in site preparation. S

6a.       What is site preparation?

b.         Write short note on laminar and turbulent flow 




SECTION A: OBJECTIVES- Answer all questions in this section

  1. Solve for x in 3(x + 2) = 2(x + 2) (a) 4 (b) 2 (c) -2 (d) -4
  2. Find the :L.C.M of 6a2, 8a and 4ab   (a) 24ab (b) 24ab2 (c) 24a2b (d) 24a2b2
  3. Expand (p + 6) (p – 3) (a) p2 – 3p -18 (b) p2+3p – 18 (c) p2 + 3p + 18 (d) P2 – 6p – 18
  4. Write 301700000 partly in words and  partly in figures (a) 0.307million (b) 30.17million (c) 3.017 million(d) 3017 billion
  5. Simplify 12/3 + 2½  (a) 41/5 (b) 6/25 (c) 41/6 (d) 1/6
  6. What is the place value of ‘2’ in 30247 (a) 20 (b) 2 (c) 200 (d) 2000
  7. Arrange there fractions in ascending order: 3/8, 5/9, 2/9, 2/3 (a) 5/6, 2/3, 3/8, 2/9 (b) 2/9, 3/8, 5/6, 2/3 (c) 5/6, 2/3, 2/9, 3/8 (d) 2/9, 3/8, 2/3, 5/6
  8. Express 40 as a percentage of 200 (a) 50% (b)  25% (c) 40% (d) 20%
  9. Approximate 9852 to 1 significant figure (a) 10,000 (b) 9000 (c) 9800 (d) 9850
  10. Simplify 31/5 ÷ 4/5 (a) ¼ (b) 4 (c) 3¾  (d) 16

The marks scored by some students ina test are: 4, 6, 7, 8,9,9,4,9 use these data to answer question 11 – 14

  1. Find the mean score (a) 5 (b) 6 (c) 7 (d) 8
  2. Find the modal score (a) 9 (b) 8 (c) 7 (d) 4
  3. Find the range (a) 2 (b) 5 (c) 4 (d) 3
  4. Find the median score (a) 7.0 (b) 6.5 (c) 7.5 (d) 8.0
  5. Simplify 7r – 6s -4r + 4r (a) 3r + 25 (b) -3r – 25 (c) 3r – 2s (d) 11r + 10s
  6. Evaluate: 1  0  1  1  (a) 1010 (b) 10010 (c) 10101 (d) 0010

                 +  1  1  1


  1. Find the 25% of N1600 (a) N4000 (b) N40 (c) N400 (d) N160
  2. Find the H.C.F of 18 and 36 (a) 6 (b) 18 (c) 9 (d) 2
  3. Evaluate  1  1  0  0  (a) 111 (b) 101 (c) 100 (d) 011

                 –   1  0  1

  • If two lines are perpendicular, the angle between them is (a) 600 (b) 1800 (c) 3600 (d) 900


Instruction: attempt all questions from this section

1a.       Find the value of 1101 – 110 + 11 in base 2

1b        Evaluate 6(x + 1) = 3(x + 3)

2.         In the diagram below, calculate the lettered angles


                                                                                                                                  1020       a





3a.     Simplify 6½  – ¾ + 1¼

3b.       Find the H .C.F of 48, 36 and 72

4.        age (years)_         12         13       14      15           16

          No of students     4            6          4       4             2

(a)       Calculate the mean age (b) find the median (c) obatain the mode   





Answer all questions in this section

  1. Factorize completely xy + x + y + 1 (a) (x + 1)(y + 1) (b) (x + 1)( y – 1) (c) (xy + 1)(y + 1) (d) x (y + 1)(y + 1)
  2. Share N3000 in the ratio 2:3 between Tayo and Hammed (a) Tayo (N1,000): Hammed  (N1,000) (b) Tayo (N500); Hammed (N1500) (c) Tayo (N1,200): Hammed (N1,800) (d) Tayo (N1,200); Hammed (N1,200)
  3. Find by  factors the square root of 3136 (a) 56 (b) 46 (c) 26 (d) 36
  4. 156/180 reduced to its lowest term is (a) 9/11 (b) 13/15 (c) 15/18 (d) 26/30
  5. Multiply ( 3 + b) by (4 + 2b) (a)2b2+10b+7 (b)2b2 + 7b + 10 (c) 2b2 + 10b + 12 (d) 2b2 + 12b + 10
  6. Write ).0000649 in standard form (a) 6.49 x 10-5 (b) 6.49 x 10-3 (c) 6.49 x 10+3 (d) 6.49 x 105
  7. Find the L.C.M of 6a2, 8a and 4ab (a) 24ab (b) 24a2b (c) 24a2b2 (d) 24ab2  
  8. Approximate 9852 to 1 significant figure (a) 1000 (b) 9800 (c) 9000 (d) 9,850
  9. Which of the following groups of numbers form a Pythagoras triplets? (a) 8, 10, 12 (b) 4, 6, 8 (c) 6, 8, 10 (d) 2, 4 6
  10. Expand: ((P + 6)(P – 3) (a) P2– 3p – 18 (b) p2 + 3p – 18 (c) p2 + 3p + 18 (d) p2 – 6p – 18
  11. The simple interest on N 250 for 8 years at 6% P.A is  (a)   N100 (b) 130 (c) N120 (d) 140
  12. If the angles of quadrilateral are 5x0, 4x0, 3x0 and 6x0. What is the value of x0? (a) 100 (b) 150 (c)180 (d) 200 
  13. which of these properties of diagonal of plane shapes applicable to kite only? (a) diagonal bisec each other (b) diagonals bisects the shape (c) diagonals are perpendicular at centre (d) diagonal are not equal
  14. Seven subtracted from twice a contain number gives 9. Find the number (a) 6 (b) 7 (c) 8 (d) 16
  15. The angle of quadrilateral are in the ratio 6:7:8:9. The largest angle will be (a) 1080 (b) 720 (c) 840 (d) 300
  16. Evaluate: 5c2m2rt4 (a) 5cmt2 – r (b) 5cmt2 (c) 5cmt2 (d) 5cmt + r

                 cm2r2t2                                    r

  1. Calculate the curved surface area of a cylinder whose radius is 7cm and height 10cm (a) 14π (b) 104 π (c) π /140 (d) 140π
  2.                    W


                    z                     m         1200

X                                     Y                 Z

Calculate the missing angles in the figure (a) z = 400 and m = 600  (b) z = 400 and m = 800 (c) z = 800 and m = 600 (d) z = 400 and m 400

  1. The area of a circle whose diameter is 7cm is _____ (take π = 22/7) (a) 22cm2 (b) 38.5cm2 (c) 38cm2 (d) 44cm2  
  2. Solve for x in 3(x + 2) = 2( x + 2) (A) 2 (b) -2 (c) 4 (d) -4


Instruction: Attempt all questions from this section

1a.       Mr. Johnson share N500,000 among three children. They are Mercy, Janet and Timmy in the ratio 2:3:5. How much does each received?  

b.         Find the least number by which 200 must be multiplied so that their product is a perfect square

2a.       Given the base radius and vertical height of a cone as 6cm and 8cm respectively, Calculate the (i) total surface area (ii) volume of th cone to the nearest whole number (take π = 3.14)

2b.       How many sides has a regular polygon whose angle is 1200?

3a.       A Pentagon is such that one of its exterior angles is 600 . Two others are (90-m)0 each while the remaining angles are (30 + 2m)0 each. Find the value of m

3b.       Without using calculator, find the product of 0.00462 and 5430 leaving your answer in standard form

  1. The distance ‘d’ metres covered by a ball thrown vertically up wards after a time ‘t’ seconds is given by the relation, d = 60t – 10t2
  2. Draw the graph of d = 60t – 10t2 for values of t from O to 5 seconds using the scale of 2cm to 1 unit on the t-axis and 2cm to 20m on the d-axis  

c.         Using your graph:

(i)        Find the time it takes the ball to reach a height of 60m,

(ii)       Determine the maximum height reached by the ball and the time taken to reach it .




Instruction: Read section one, the following passage carefully and answer the questions on it


            “Help! Help~ I’m dead” Obi screamed repeatedly. He panted and quivered as he ran and screamed. He had found himself face to face with a ferocious monster. The sharp, ugly teeth of the monster were frightening. Its bloodshot eyes glistened   in the dark night like a cat’s.

            Obi could not find a name for this creature. He had never seen its like before, not even in a picture. He was left with no time to ponder. It was a question of life and death. He was indeed between the devil and the deep blue sea. He ran for his dear life in the opposite direction. The monster gave him a hot chase. He was not sure he was running to  but he had to run all the same.

            Suddenly, a hunter emerged from nowhere and barked out, “ who’s that? what’s the matter? what’s your mission here at this time of the night?” without saying a word, indeed, without clearly seing the speaker, Obi helplessly hurled himself at the hunter’s feet. He remained there for a  few seconds, utterly senseless. As the hunter was combat  ready, there was an instant heavy boom. It came from his dane gun. He had fired the shot at the monster. He was cock-sure he had destroyed the brute.

            In a short while, however, after the cloud had cleared, he discovered to his extreme surprise and disbelief that he had shot at nothing but empty air. The monster had disappeared.

            In the long run, Obi woke up. He suddenly realized that it was all a dream. He felt happy that, after all, it was not real.


  1. Why did Obi screamed?
  2. What did the creature do when Obi ran?
  3. Who rescued  Obi?
  4. What happened to the creature after all?
  5. At what  time did the event occur?
  6. What would you have done if you were the one?
  7. Write the meaning of these words:

i.         scream

ii.        Combat

iii.       Emerge

  1. Mission 


Instruction: Choose only one question in this section

  1. your cousin is in Kaduna. Write a letter to him or her telling him or her that you will spend the next holiday with him or her. Explain to him or her the main reason why you would like to visit Kaduna.
  • Your cousin has just travelled to the United states of America, he or she had just been admitted in one of best schools. He or she had just written you a letter telling ’ 
  • You about the good quality of education and is inviting you to visit. wrute a reply to that letter

                                                            Unseen Poetry

                                                            The sky

                                                            look up at great height above,

                                                            The sky is high, distant above

                                                               I jump so high to touch the sky

No, no, I can’t touch the sky

I kick my ball to touch the sky

No, no, it doesn’t touch the sky

I shoot my arror to reach the sky,

                                                           Still, it can’t pierce the sky

I throw my sky-blue cap so high

                                                            Still, it can’t reach the sky

                                                            Sky, sky, is high above,

                                                            The sky, is high, distant above

                                                            Surely, the limit is the sky,

 for young and old who aim high


  1. How many stanzas has this poem?
  2. How many lines has each stanza?
  3. Mention the rhyme pattern
  4. What is the colour of the sky?
  5. How many steps did this poet take to get in touch with the sky?
  6. Who is the poet?


Instruction- from the words or group of words lettered A to D; choose the one that best completes each of the spices.

  1. Shola takes _______ her mother, she is her exact image (a) over (b) after (c) from (d) with
  2. Adeola passed  _________ flying colours in his examination (a) with (b) in (c) by (d) from
  3. Africa is one of the __________ continents in the world (a) large (b) largest (c) larger (d) longest
  4. Many of the pencils _______ broken yesterday by the pupils (a) is (b) are (c) was (d) were
  5. Olaide has __________ very tall (a) grew (b)grown (c)  grow  (d) to growing
  6. The little girl complained ______ a sore foot (a) of (b) to (c) also (d) from
  7. The boy who was seen entering the house through the window was accused ______ stealing (a) with (b) about (c) of (d) at
  8. Her condition has deteriorated from bad to _____ (a) bad (b) worse (c) worst (d) good
  9. ______they arrived, they  sat   down (a) before (b) instead (c) after (d) because
  10. I ought to have ________ by now (a) going (b) gone (c) went (d) to go
  11. Lanre is the ______ intelligent pupil of my class (a) very (b) most (c) more (d) almost
  12. Share the oranges ______ the six girls (a) between (b) across (c) among (d) into

Below each of the following sentences are four interpretation lettered A to D, choose the one that most correctly explains the meaning of the sentence

  1. I shall put up with Ahmed tonight. This means that I shall (a) fight with Ahmed (b) stay with Ahmed (c) talk with Ahmed
  2. Chika was born with a silver spoon in her mouth. This means that Chika (a) has some gold teeth (b) is always given food with silver spoon (c) needs  a silver spoon in her mouth in order to be happy (d) is of a wealthy family
  3. But for his pride, Okon would have defeated Akpan during the election. This means that (a) Okon won the election (b) Okon was a very proud man and so won the election (c) Okon lost the election to Akpan (d) The election was not fair
  4. In order to avoid unnecessary troubles, remember to do in Rome as the Romans do. This means that one should (a) learn the customs of the Romans (b) travels to Rome and live among the Romans (c) Observe the conventions of the society  in which one kinds oneself  (d) do anything as the Romans do it
  5. The man was not unwilling to go. This means that  the man (a) is always unwilling to go (a) was unwilling to go (c) was willing to go (d) was a bit reluctant to go
  6. Abosede is a talkative. This  means that Abosede (a0 talks while acting (b) talks too much (c) does not like talking even when on stage (d) is a good story teller
  7. Dele would have accompanied you but he isn’t well enough. This means that Dele (a) is going (b) has gone (c) may go (d) can not go

From the list of words lettered A to D, choose the one that is nearest in meaning to the word or words underlined in each sentences. 

  •   You have to make out a list of books (a) find (b) prepare (c) look into (d) search
  • She was unable to identify her attackers (a) see off (b) arrest (c) show (d) point out
  • The preacher addressed  the people who attended the service (a) crowd (b) audience (c) congregation (d) mob
  • It is necessary to take caution in every thing we do (a) delight (b) control (c) care (d) holiday
  • The winning team danced through the streets jubilantly (a) joining  (b) triumphantly (c) noisily (d) angrily
  • Kunle was a Principal actor in the play staged by his school. (a) chief (b) smallest (c) unknown (d) good  





Read the following passage and answer the questions on it

            After Dipo was weaned and had begun to eat solid food, the big tin of lactogen lay in a corner of the pantry forgotten. I had developed a passion for the powdered delicacy; it seemed the most exquisite taste in the world. Soft, melty, light on the tongue. It was not merely a question of stealing a handful at a time. I had taken possession of the entire tin which nobody remembered, hidden it among other odds and ends in the pantry, from where it emerged from time to time to satisfy my craving.

            It was at least a month a month later before the tin was discovered, but by then nobody knew how much had remained in it in the one year or more since it was last opened. if I had not been so desperately hooked I would have known that wild Christian (Wole Soyinka’s mother) would be suspicious of its long disappearance and would keep watch on the level of powder it contained. Her suspicious were soon confirmed, so she summoned everyone, asked question and issued a general warning. That should have been sufficient… perhaps she already knew the milk-thief and knew it was now a habit. But I was hooked. Still a week passed before I abandoned all further resistance, watched where everyone else was and made for the tin.

            Wild Christian, whom I had last seen preparing vegetables further up the yard, opened the pantry-door a little, opened the pantry door a  little and nodded: “hood, so it’s you. I thought so I’ve always known it”

            I believed her normally she would by then have drawned out the external world with a barrage of blows. This time she was unusually calm. I had the uneasy feeling that I had foolishly walked into a trap.

            “We will wait until your father comes. When he has finished with you, you will then come and take my own punishment.


  1. Why did the writer return to the tin after the warning?
  2. What does “it” refer to in “ it was now a habit?”
  3. What usually happened when wild Christian caught a child doing wrong?
  4. According to the passage the word “hooked” means _________________________________
  5. The two words used by the writer to express his very strong desire for powdered milk are ____________ and ___________
  6. Why was the taste regarded by the writer as “ the most exquisite taste  in the world”?
  7. What is the meaning of “ barrage of blows’?


choose only one question in this section

  1. Argue for or against the motion. “ Boarding school is preferable to day school
  2. Describe the teacher you like most in your school
  3. You have wrongfully offended the principal of your school. Write a letter to him sating your offense and apologizing to him



Answer all the questions

  1. “Oh! oh! o! my God!! They have ruined me. All my goods,…”
  2. Who made this statement?
  3. To whom was it made to?
  4. On what occasion?
  5. How much was stolen?
  6. Describe Mrs. Femi’s character
  7. How did she contribute to her son’s down fall
  8. What did you learn from the play. The precious child by queen o, Okweshine?


  •  Read these sentences and write the type of verb class on the other side of the column

            Sentences                  class of verb

  1. Emeka dances well
  2. She broke the plate
  3. Do you understand?
  4. We are playing
  5. The plane crashed
  • (a)       Define an adverb  (b) Give an example  (c) what is the difference between the present perfect tense and the past perfect tense


Multiple choice questions

from the word or group of words lettered A to D, choose the one that best complete each of the spaces 

  1. I shall sing __________ (a)  tomorrow  (b) last night (c) a few minutes ago (d) this time last year
  2. We waited ________ for the woman to arrive (a) attentively (b) sooner (c) anxiety (d) soundly
  3. Obi, Udo and Oghene ______________ eating (a) is (b) are (c) was (d) had
  4. His daughter was cooking when we __________ (a)  are arriving (b)  arrived (d) shall arrived
  5. They are _________ to Jos this evening (a) traqvel (b) travelled (c) travelling (d) to be travelling
  6. I ________ when  my father drove in (a) am washing (b) wash (c) was washing (d) were washing
  7. Okon __________ a letter everyday (a) write  (b) wrote (c) written (d) writes
  8. She wished that she _______ see her children make progress (a) might (b) can (c) will (d) may
  9. If I were you, I ______ go (a) shell (b) will (c) would (d) must
  10. It is high time you _____________ visiting that friend of yours (a) should stop (b) stopped (c) stop (d) must stop
  11. I heard Sharon __________ German (a) spoke (b) speak (c) speaks )d_ spoked
  12. One of my brothers ________________ in Abuja (a) lives (b) live (c) leave (d) leaves

Choose from the alternatives lettered A to D, the interpretation that is most appropriate to each of the sentences below

  1. The manager escaped the accident by a hair’s breath (a) seriously injured (b) but lost his hair (c) crying for (d) narrowly
  2. Some people enjoy life from cradle to grave this means  (a) some people enjoy life from birth to death (b) some people enjoy life whether in cradle or in grave  (c)  some people enjoy life until they see the grave (d) some people enjoy life living in a cradle
  3. The chairman smelt a rat in the affairs of the company (a) he had a wicked (b) be suspected something wrong about a situation (c) he was conscious of a bad small (d) he smelt a rat in his house
  4. His reproaches cut her to the quick. This means she  (a) was deeply hurt (b) was made to act quickly (c) began quickly to speak angrily (d) was wounded quickly
  5. Lazy students often desire to cut corners in order to pass. This means lazy students often desire to  (a) pass stret corner (b) pass without doing the necessary things (c) stand at street corners (d) draw corners always
  6. Peter: Oh, I missed half of the interesting lecture . John: you ought to have come on time. This means (a) Petr came on time (b) Peter promised to be punctual in future (c) Peter did not come at all (d) Peter did not come on time
  7. The Pupil was told he would have to see the headmaster on the latest’s arrival in school. we are told that the boy 9a) saw the headmaster who was there (b) had to wait for the headmaster (c) was not going to see the headmaster who arrived late (d) had not arrived in school
  8. I prefer rice to fufu. This means (a) I like rice better than fufu9b) I have eaten enough rice (c) I don’t eat fufu (d) fufu is not well- prepared enough for my liking  




SECTION A: OBJECTIVES- Answer all questions

  1. Which of the following soil is the best for planting crops (a) sandy (b) loamy (c) clay 9d) silt
  2. The act of giving birth in a rabbit is called (a) kidding (b) kindling (c) farrowing (d) calving
  3. The correct name given to a place where only fruits are grown is (a) garden (b) orchard (c0 furrow (d) nursery 
  4. Apiculture refers to (a) snail rearing (b) fish farming (c) bee farming (d) flowing plantation
  5. Which of the following is a raw materials beverage industries (a) cocoa s (b) cocaine (c) cotton (d) corn
  6. Crops that mature and die in two year are called (a) annual crops (b) monocot (c) biennial (d) dicot
  7. The farm implement that is used to apply water to the farm is called (a) watering can (b) filter (c) sieve (d) hose  
  8. The unwanted plant that is growing on the farm is called (a) flower (b) vegetable (c) leaves (d) weed
  9. Fishes that live in artificial or natural in land ponds, lakes and rivers are referred to as (a) marine (b) salt water (c) shallow water (d) fresh water 
  10. Which breeds sheep reproduce a high quality and quantity of wool (a) Dauda (b) Marino (c) West African dwarf (d) Yankassa.
  11. The process by which green plants manufacture food for the plant  is called (a) photosynthesis (b) pollination (c) fertilization (d) gestation
  12. All the following are importance of agriculture except (a0 illiteracy (b) clothing (c) shelter (d) employment
  13. all the following are breeds of cattle except (a) white Fulani (b) Ndama (c) chinchilla (d) muturu
  14. The form  of animal that protects our properties from thieves are called (a) diary (b) spet (c) work (d) guard
  15. Animals that live on land are called  (a) aquatic (b) terrestrial (c) mammals (d) poultry
  16. Which of the following is not a type of weed  (a) water leaf (b) pumpkin (c) tridax (d) bahana
  17. Which of the following is a good method of fishing? (a) suse of poison (b) draining water 9c) electric stunning (d) net
  18. The part of fish that is used in breathing is the (a)  eyes (b) mouth (c) gills (d) fins 
  19. The classes of crops that is used in feeding animals is called (a) forage crops (b) fibre crops (c) legumes (d) ornamentals
  20. Which of the following animals was forbided by Moslems and sabbatherians  (a) cattle (b) sheep (c) pig (d) goat

SECTION B- Answer Any Four Questions

1.         Define Agriculture  (b) State 5 importance of agriculture  (c) in a tabular form, state 2 differences between monocot plant and dicot plant

2a.       Mention 3 major factors that affect distribution of farm animals 9b) state 4 importance of farm animal

c.         Mention 3 breeds of goat

3a.       List 5 ways of preservation of fish  (b) state 5 uses of fish

4a.       State one use of the following farm tools (i) hand trowel (ii) wheel barrow (iii) sickle (iv) cutlass

  • shovel      b.     Mention 3 ways of maintaining crops

5a.       State one  ues of the following crops: (i) latex crops (ii) ornamental crops (iii) spices (iv) fibre crops

b.         Mention 2 characteristics of weed    c.           mention 3 uses of weeds  




SECTION A: OBJECTIVES- Answer all questions

  1. Satellites can occur in form of the following except (a) moons (b) conets (c) sun (d) stars
  2. Nigeria SAT-1 was launched in (a) October, 1960 (b) July, 1966 (c) November 2001 (d) September, 2003
  3. Which of the following is a non-metal? (a) copper (b) carbon (c) sodium (d) iron
  4. Which one the following is true about gravitation? (a) all solid objects have an attraction for another (b) there is no attraction between two solids of equal masses (c) attraction between two masses are always equal masses (d) only magnets attract each other
  5. Which of the following is a metal? (a) oxygen (b) neon (c) magnesium (d) sulphur
  6. Which one of the following statements about weight is not true? (a) the weight of object is constant everywhere (b) the weight of  an object is pull of gravity on the object (c) the weight of an is a force (d) the weight of an object can be measured with a balance
  7. The ability of an organism to respond to external stimulus is called (a) respiration (b) irritability (c) death (d) growth
  8. Which one of these is not a form of energy (a) sound waves (b) water (c) acid baltery (d) light
  9. Which of the following is NOT an advantage of satellite? (a) communication (b) health (c) education (d) asteroid
  10. Which of the is the following source of energy? (a) nuclear reactor (b) petroleum (c) the sun (d) coal
  11. The following are sources of non-renewable energy EXCEPT (a) Amala (b) sun (c) rice (d) beans
  12. The name of the earths path round the sun is called (a) longitude (b) latitude (c) orbit (d) axis
  13. The nearest heavenly body to the earths is (a) sun (b) mars (c) venus (d) moon
  14. Which of the following is NOT a good examples of what we can do with energy? (a) preparing food (b) lighting up rooms (c) non-circulation od air (d) boiling of water
  15. _______ is a man-made satellite (a) moon (b) comet (c) SAT-1 (d) asteroids
  16. Energy can be transferred from point to point in different ways. True/false
  17. A body has ______ if it has the ability to do work (a) strength (b) agility (c) composure (d) energy
  18. Which of the following is an example of example energy?   (a) heat energy (b) nuclear energy (c) solar energy (d) water energy
  19. Contact forces and non-contact forces are the types of forces true/false
  20. Which of the following is a non-metal? (a) copper (b) carbon (c) sodium (d) Iron

SECTION B: Answer all question

1a.       Define gravitation (b) Explain the meaning of weightlessness

2a.       Define energy

(b)        Mention 3 sources of energy

(c)        List 2 forms of energy

3.         What is Renewable energy?

(b)        Mention 3 examples renewable energy

(c)        Mention 2 examples of non-renewable energy

4.         What is space travel?

(b)        Mention 5 purposes (reason) of space travel.




SECTION A: OBJECTIVES- Answer all questions

  1. Immunization gives protection against the following diseases EXCEPT (a) measles (b) tuberculosis (c) gonorrhea (d) tetanus
  2. When one is anemic it means the person is short of (a) blood  (b) white blood cell (c) plasma (d) red blood cells
  3. A substance has a density of 5kg/m3 and a volume of 4m3. What is the mass of the substance? (a) 10kg (b) 20kg (c) 9kg (d) 30kg
  4. A simple machine that can be used to lift weight from a ship is the _______  (a) inclined plane (b) wedge (c) polley (d) jack
  5. Gastric juice is found in the ___________ (a) mouth (b) liver (c) intestine (d) stomach
  6. ________ is the enzyme present in the saliva (a) invertase (b) rennin (c) ptyalin (d) pepsin
  7. The process of taking the baby off an entirely milk diet and giving him other food in addition si (a) breast-feeding (b) parturition (c) weaning (d) milking
  8. The following are the composition of air EXCEPT (a) nitrogen (b) sulphur (c) argon (d) oxygen
  9. Deforestation is one of the factors that contributes to the increase in the level of a atmosphere carbondioxide. TRU/?FALSE    
  10. The percentage of the gas that supports burning in is __________________ (a) 79% (b) 21% (c) 0.003% (d) 0.01%
  11. Which of these materials is a gaseous pollutant? (a) oxygen (b) nitrogen (c) hydrogen (d) carbonmonoxide
  12. The case given to pregnant woman before delivery (a) post-natal care (b) labouur care (c) ante-natal care (d) intra-partum care
  13. What is the weight of an object of mass 5g? (g = 9.8mls) (a) 3.2Jj (b) 3.9J (c) 48.9J (d) 49.0J
  14. The following are ways by which acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS) is transmitted EXCEPT (a) giving blood to others (b) insect bites (c) sexual intercourse (d) mother to baby in the womb
  15. The use of grease and oil on the moving part of a machine is to (a) increase friction (b) reduce friction (c) anoint machine (d) prevent reaction
  16. Which of the following statement is NOT correct of food and its digestion? (a) foods are digested in the alimentary canal (b) starch, proteins, fats and oil are digested in  the rectum (c) chemical digestion of food is by the action of enzymes (d) physical digestion of food is by the action of the teeth
  17. The characteristics of mammals are as follows EXCEPT (a) they can all stand upright (b) they are generally animals (c) they do not lay eggs, but give birth to young (d) the mother breats feeds its young ones with milk
  18. All of the following are examples of digestive enzymes EXCEPT (a) rennin (b) pepsin (c) ptyalin (d) phosphates
  19. Which of the pair are agent of erosion? (a) temperature and air (b) water and heat (c) air and water (d) temperature and heat
  20. ____________ is NOT an agency responsible for wild-life conservation (a) Nigerian conservation foundation  (b) ECOWAS (c) Nigerian Game Reserve Authorities (d) The world widelife fund for nature


1a.       What is weaning? (b) Mention 2 myths about breast-feeding (c) Outline 2 characteristics features of breast or human milk

2a.       Write out the meaning of the following acronyms (i) HIV (ii) STIS (iii) AIDS

b.         Mention 2 mode of HIV transmission

3a.       Define erosion (b) State 2 ways of controlling erosion (c) Outline 2 effects of erosion

4a.       Define Pollution (b) Mention 2 effects each of air and water pollution



KILAASI: JSS 1 AKOKO: Wakati Kan Pere

“ka akaye yii pelu laakaye, ki osi dahun awon ibeere ti o telee!

Oba Aderibigbe ni iyawo meji ni ilu Omuo ti o je ilu re gan-an, gbogbo awon ara ilu lo nife oba yii pelu olori keji. 

Olori akoko bi omo merin (okunrin meji, obirin meji). Sugbon olori keji ti o ni suuru ti o si ko eniyan mora ko bi omo okunrin kankan rara eleyi si maa nje edun okan re pupo.

Nigba ti o di ojo kan o roo ninu okan re wipe oun maa lo sigbo oro lojo odun won lati lo se etutu. O fi oro naa lo oba, oba koo sii lenu wipe ko gbodo se o. nitori obinrin ko gbodo ri oro, ojo ti obinrin ba foju kan oro, ni oro ngbee o.

Olori yii se aigboran si oro oba. O si gbaa igbo oro lo lati fi oju kan oro, o wo igbo oro lo, sugbon ko jade mo o si ku sinu igbo oro.

Iroyin kan oba laafin ati gbogbo ara ilu sugbon epa ko boro mo.


  1. Kini akole to ye ayoka yii? (a) aigboran olori (b) itan idile oba (d) oba ilu Omuo (e) awon oloro ati olori
  2. Kini olori fe lo se nigbo oro? (a) fun omo bibi (b) o gbe ebo lo (d) nitori ija orogun laafin (e) o feran oro
  3. Talo tako olori wipe ko gbodo lo? (a) kabiyesi (b) awon ore ati idile olori (d) ara ilu (e) gbogbo eniyan oloro
  4. Kilo maa sele si obinrin to ba foju kan oro? (A) oro maa gbe (b) o maa lowo (d) o maa fe oba (e) o maa ku
  5. Omo melo ni olori akoko bi? (a) merin (b) mejila (d) omo mokanlelogbon (e) omo mejilelugba
  6. Epa ko boro mo; ti a fala si nidi ninu ayoka yii tumo si? (a) ko si atunse (b) epa ko jinna (d) o dara (e) ole
  7. Leta ___ ati ___ lo wa ninu ede Yoruba? (a) gbefe ati aigbagbefe (b) odo ati oke (d) nla ati kekere (e) a ati b
  8. Pin Alakatakiti si silebu ? (a) A-la-ka-ta-ki-ti (b) ala- kata- kiti (d) a- laka-ta-kiti (e) ala-katakiti
  9. Kini oruko baba Yoruba ? (A) Oduduwa (b) lamurudu (d) Okanbi (e) Oluko wa
  10. Omo ti a tese bi ni _____? (a) Ige (b) Ojo (d) Alaba (e) Ilori
  11. Omo ti a se nnkan osu bi ni? (a) Ilori (b) Ige (d) Ojo (e) Alaba 
  12. Omo to ni owo mefa ni? (a) Olugbodi (b) Ojo (d) Alaba (e) Ige
  13. Democracy “tumo si ? (a) Ijoba tiwa-n-tiwa (b) Ijoba ologun (d) Ijoba Demo-asiwere
  14. “Philanthropist”  *(a) Oninuure (b) Odale (d) Dokita (e) Awako oke
  15. Oruko oba ile-ife ni? (a) Ooni (b) Onife (d) Alaafin (e) Olu

16.                                   ? (a) Gombo (b) Abaja (d) Pele (e) Ila Hausa

17          Yoruba  n pe “North ni ? (a) ariwa (b) gusu (d) ila oorun (e) iwo

18.           Yoruba n pe “West” ni? (a) Iwo Oorun (b) Ariwa (d) Gusu (e) Ila Oorun

19.           Yoruba n pe “ South” ni? (a) Gusu (b) Ariwa (d) Iwo oorun (e) Ila Oorun     

20.           Yoruba n pe “East” ni? (a) Ila Oorun (b) Iwo Oorun (d) Gusu (e) Ariwa


Dahun ibeere meji pere ni ipin yii!

1.         Ko  Oruko Amutorunwa mewa ?        b. Ko orin eye orile ede Naijiria mejeeji

2.         Salaye orisi eniyan marun inu iwe Talo daran ?  b.Talo se iwe Talo daran ?

3.         Ko orin eye orile ede Naijiria mejeeji?

                                                                                                            Aseye  o Ase



KILASSI: JSS 2 AKOKO: Wakati Kan Pere

Dahun ibeere meji pere ni ipin yii

  1. Daruko orisi Oruko Amutorunwa mewa ti o mo ati idi ti a fi npe won bee?
  2. Pelu alaye daruko orisi Ise Abinibi ile Yoruba?
  3. Daruko osere mewa inu iwe Talo daran ? b. Talo se iwe Talo daran ?
  4. Ko awon nomba wonyi ni ede Yoruba (i) 100 (ii) 200 (iii) 300 (iv) 400 (v) 500

Ka akaye yii pelu laakaye, ki o si dahun awon ibeere ti o telee!

                        Ori loni se eda lalayanmo, Adia fun awon ologbon ori tiko je ka gbagbe “ Ojo buruku esu gbominu ‘ ojo katadinlogbon Osu kini Odun 2002 ni igboro Eko. Ojo ti onile pelu alejo sa kijokijo ti oko ko lee duro woju aya mo ti egbon ko lee duro de aburo ojo nla, ojoo manigbagbe!

                        Lojiji ni Ado oloro sadede bu gbaramu-gbaramu pelu ariwo nla lati inu ogba awon oloogun ni Ikeja. Gbogbo igboro Eko ni o mi titi. Osan parada kia o di oru loju ese, iru kileleyi olodumare ni ariwo ti tako-tabo fibo enu. O di boo lo oyago. Gbogbo awon olugbe ati osise to wa l’agbege Ikeja lo juba ehoro. Ti opo emi si segbe sinu adagun omi ojuna-agbara to wa nilu Isolo (Oke-Afa). Oro naa wa dabi eni to n sa fun iku nile sugbon ti o kagbako iku miran lerona. Aimoye ni awon dukia olowo iyebiye ijoba ati ti aladani to sofo. Oloye Olusegun Obasanjo ati Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu se gudugudu meje ati yaya mefa.

  1. Ado oloro” tumo si? (a) oogun ilu Ado (b) Bombu (d) Asewo (e) Oogun iyefun amowowale
  2. “Juba ehoro’ tumo si (a) fiba fun ehoro (b) sare asadiju (d) pa ehoro je (e) ji ehoro gbe
  3. “Lerona” tumo si (a) lile ero oju ona (b) loju ona (d) erona to le pupo (e) le ero ona oja
  4. Akole wo lo ba ayoka yii mu? (a) isele nla (b) isele ado oloro (d) isele odun to koja (e) isele ilu Eko ni Naijiria
  5. Ojo kelo ni isele yii sele? (a) Osu kini (b) Ojo ketadinlogbon (d) Odun 2002 (e) Osu kini Odun 2002
  6. Isele yii sele ninu Ogba ___? (a) Obasanjo (b) Oloogun (d0 Bola Ahmed Tinubu (e) Ikeja
  7. Talo se iwe “Talo daran” ? (a) Kola Akinlades (b) Bade Ojuade (d) Kola Oni (e) Olusola Eri JP
  8. Kini Oruko omo Banji mejeeji? (a) Taye/Kehinde (b) Kunle/Yele (d) Alao (e) Sajenti Oriowo
  9. ____je Iyawo Banji ? (a) Duro (b) Aina (d) Ruutu (e) Asake
  10. Okan lara Ore Banji ni ? (a) Yele (b) Folajimi (d) Kunle (e) Mojere ati Ruutu
  11. Oro  ayalo afetiya fun”Bible” ni ? (a) Bibeli (b) Baibu (d) Bibeba (e) Bibeli ati baibu
  12. Onka Yoruba fun “420’ ni? (A) Ogunlegoji (b) okoolenirinwo (d) ogun le ni forty (e) four twenty
  13. Kini aroko ede Yoruba? (A) leta kekere ati nla (b) ohun ti a ro lati okan ti a ko sile (d) ohun ti afi ngbayi (e) alebu iwe kika
  14. Adape meji ti a ni fun faweli Yoruba ni? (a) nla ati kekere (b) roboto ati perese (d) oloro ati eleebe (e) AB & D E
  15. Ise abinibi Yoruba ni? (a) Tisa (b) Alagbede (d) Ola (e) Yemoja
  16. Isedale ati orirun Yoruba ni? (a) Eko (b) Ile Ife (d) Omuo (e) Orangun Ile Ila
  17. Agogo melo ni Yoruba npe lojo kanri”? (a) 4pm (b) 12 noon (d) 3pm. (e) 6pm
  18. Oruko baba Yoruba ni ? (a) Ooni (b) Oduduwa (d) Lamurudu (e) Sola Eri JP
  19. Ko deeti oni lede Yoruba?
  20. Kini Yoruba awon ojo wonyii; i) West. ii) East. iii) South. v) North 

Aseye Aseyege O! Ase





SECTION A-Answer all questions from this section

  1. _______ is a deliberate units of  indiscipline adopted by student or their privileged  accomplices to secure facile success and advantage before, during or after administration of the tests and examination (a) examination malpractices (b) cultism (c) corruption
  2. What is the full meaning of HIV?___________________________________________________
  3. What is the full meaning of AIDS? _________________________________________________
  4. _____________ is a practice usually by a small group of people who extreme social Nigerians or political beliefs. (a) poverty (b) HIV (c) cultism
  5. _____________means a situation in which people, groups or countries join together or agree about something. (a) unity (b) national unity (c) integration
  6. _____________ is the process of becoming a full member of a group or society and becoming involved completely in its activities (a) integration (b) freedom (c) knowledge
  7. ___________ is the process of bringing together people of different ideas and cultural background to have common interest and pursue a common goal as a nation (a) nation (b) country (c) integration  
  8. __________ means membership of a country (a) citizenship (b) national symbols (c) constitution
  9. Green colour in Nigeria flag stand for what ___________________ (a) peace (b) agriculture (c) unity
  10. The national flag was designed by _____________ (a) Mr. Wole Soyinka (b) Mr. Taiwo Akinkunmi (c) Mr. Olusegun Obasanjo
  11. The white colour in Nigeria flag stand for _____________ (a) Motto (b) unity (c) progressive
  12. The new national anthem was written by (a) Mr. Emmanuel Odiase (b) Gov. Raji fashion (c) Late president Musa Yar’dua
  13. Nigeria new anthem was composed into song by professor ________ (a) president Goodluck Jonathan (b) Olusegun Obasanjo (c) Akin Euba

Put the right answer into the space from 14-20

Oh God of 14, direct our 515 cause guide our leader right. help our youth 16 truth to 17, in love and 18 to grow, and 19  just great  20 heights attain. to build a nation where peace and justice shall reign

  1. (a) creator (b) creation (c) creator
  2. (a) nobe (b) nobel (c) noble
  3. (a) true (b) two (c) the
  4. (a) know (b) grow (c) grown
  5. (a) honey (b) honesty (c) honest
  6. (a) live (b) life (c) living
  7. (a) loft (b) love (c) lofty  


1a.       Mention 5 causes of examination malpractices (b) State 5 effect of examination malpractices

2a.       List 5 effect of cultism (b) Mention 5 solution of cultism

3a.       Draw the Nigeria flag  (b) Draw the coat of arms

4a.       Mention 4 solution of examination malpractices (b) Mention 4 causes of cultism,

5.         Mention 6 importance of Nation Unity and Integration to nation building

6a.       Mention 2 causes of HIV/AIDS

b.         State 3 effect of HIV/AIDS

c.         List 4 solution of HIV/AIDS





SECTION A-Answer all questions from this section

  1. _________ can be define as the means by which man tries to change his environment or things around him for his own benefit (a) knowledge (b) technology (c) society
  2. ________ can be defined as the quality of strict on what one is doing without violating the rights of other people (a) assertiveness (b) passiveness (c) manipulation
  3. Science elects with experiments in order to arrive at established ________ (a) theory (b) evolution (c) fact
  4. ________ can be defined as the special skill anal ability in the making materials (a) science (b) society (c) technology
  5. _____________ an be defined as a large group of people with a particular organization, custom, law etc (a) Negotiation (b) society (c) technology
  6. ______________ is the act of seeking assistance to alleviate deplorable situation (a) finding help (b) negotiation (c) manipulation
  7. ___________ is the way of seeking solution and remedy to problem (a) love (b) passiveness (c) finding help
  8. ________ is a group of people who lives in an area, shared the same physical and social environment (a) culture (b) society (c) science
  9. _____________ is the act of talking decision on what to do without hurting the feeling of another person (a) assertiveness (b) aggressiveness (c) passiveness
  10. ___________ is the ability to express one’s feeling and  stating one’s problems clearly (a) aggressiveness (b) passiveness (c) manipulation
  11. ________ is the knowledge which is obtained through careful and systematic observation and testing of facts (a) technology (b) science (c) society
  12. Claiming to be  what you are not in order to achieve your aim or get what you want in a tactical way means _____________ (a) assertiveness (b) aggressiveness (c) passiveness
  13. ________________ is a way of expressing one’s feeling negatively or other wise (a) assertiveness (b) aggressiveness (c) passiveness
  14. _______________ can be defined as rating people low openly, criticizing the other person (a) passiveness (b) manipulation (c) aggressiveness
  15.  ____________ is the application o scientific knowledge to create things and solve problems of that his environment can be better place to live (a) technical (b) science (c) technology  
  16. Nigeria melts is known as __________ (a) unity peace, faith and progress (b) faith strength land power (c) slave, cooperation and unity
  17. _____________ refers to sexual intercourse that takes place as a result of force or threats of force rather than consent (a) sexual harassment (b) rape (c) incest
  18. _______ meant laid  down rules, customs and fixed principle established by authority for regulating the behaviours of matters (a) law (b) order (c) principles
  19. __________________means to refrain or keep  one’s self away from doing something (a) abstain (b) sexual harassment (c) rape
  20. Hausa’s settled in the ____________ (a) southern part (b) eastern part (c) northern part


  1. Mention 5 problems caused by science and technology
  2. Distinguish between assertiveness, aggressiveness, passiveness, manipulation
  3. Explain future of science and technology in Nigeria
  4. (a) Define help (b) Mention 3 behaviour that improve assertiveness (c) state 3 sexual situation that require assertiveness
  5. Write short note on the following: (i) science (ii) technology (iii) society (iv) assertiveness (v) manipulation
  6. Mention 5 advantages of science and technology in modern society



SUBJECT:  PHE     CLASS: JSS 1 TIME: 2 ½ hrs  


SECTION A-Answer all questions from this section

  1. __________ is not an example of aquatic sport (a) scuba (b) swimming (c) recreation (d) boat regatta
  2. Insect borne disease are diseases are diseases introduced into the body by (a) animal (b) snake bite (c) flies (d) insects
  3. Women are not allowed to participate in sport because they are regarded as__________ (a) weaker sex (b) mother (c) female gender (d) strongest
  4. Sexual activity practiced by man and a woman who are not married to each other is called _________ (a) marital sex (b) pre-marital sex  (c) post-marital sex (d) all of the above
  5. For a communities to be effective, it must have the following elements except (a) it must be ambiguous (d) it must be accurate
  6. Federation international  nation amateur was found in ______ (a) 1928 (b) 1908 (c) 1948 (d) 1808
  7. _________ is not an official of swimming (a) referee (b) starter (c) recorder (d) umpire
  8. The following are swimming skills except ______________ (a) back stroke (b) breast stroke (c) head stroke (d) butterfly stroke
  9. The following factors contribution to the occurrence of child abuse except _______(a) poverty (b) illiteracy (c) parental neglect (d) good health
  10. Burnig a child with a hot object is an example of ______ abuse (a) sexual (b) physical (c) emotional (d) exploitation
  11. __________is not the effects of child abuse (a) teenage pregnancy (b) stealing (c) wealth (d) prostitution
  12. The following are types of child abuse except abuse (a)school abuse (b) physical abuse (c) Sexual abuse (d)  emotional abuse
  13. __________ is not the argument used to justify female genital mutilation (a) preservation of virginity (b) prevention of promiscuity (c) maintenance of good health (d) none of the above
  14. Health consequences of female genital mutilation include the following except (a) hemorrhage (b) bacteria infection (c) infertility (d) promiscuity
  15. ________ is not a facility of swimming (a) field (b) lakes (c) toilet (d) rivers
  16. The length of swimming pool is __________ (a) 79m (b) 50m (c) 25m (d) 10m
  17. When was swimming federation of Nigeria found (a)1978 (b) 1825 (c) 1958 (d) 2010
  18. _________ is not a safety precautions of swimming (a) swim in a deep end of the pool (b) do not swim alone (c) do not swim eat when in water  (d) swimmers should have adequate warm-up
  19. The following are causes of communicable diseases except ______ (a) virus (b) bacteria (c) malaria (d) protozoa
  20. Prevention of communicable diseases include the following except (a) personal cleanliness (b) avoid sleeping in over crowded room (c) protect food from flies (d) drink contaminated water always

THEORY: Answer any questions

1a.       State 5 importance of swimming   (5mks)       (b)           List 5 skills/strokes of swimming  (5mks)

2a.       State 5 safety precautions in swimming  (5mks)  (b)     list 5 officials of swimming (5mks)

3a.       Explain 4 types of communicable diseases  (8mks)

 b         State 4 prevention of communicable diseases  (2mks)

4a.       List 6 fallacies about female participation in sport (6mks) 

b          Enumerate 4 health consequences of pre-marital sex on sports (4mks).

5a.       What is child abuse? (4mks)       b.            Explain 3 types of child abuse (6mks)

6a.       List 6 factors that contribute to  the occurrence of child abuse (2mks)

b          State 4 health consequences of female genital mutilations (8mks)  



SUBJECT:  PHE     CLASS: JSS 2 TIME: 2 ½ hrs  


SECTION A-Answer all questions from this section

  1. Table tennis was formerly called___________ (a) lawn tennis (b) ping pong (c) ball game (d) bat game
  2. ____________ is not an equipment table tennis (a) table (b) racket (c) ball (d) net
  3. Handball was introduced into Germany by __________ (a) James Naismith (b) Walter clopton (c) William G. Morgan (c) Konrad Kock
  4. A team in handball consist of _________ players (a) 7 (b) 10 (c) 13 (d) 6
  5. Unpleasant sound can result to _________ (a) happiness (b) misfortune (c) discomfort (d) death
  6. Land pollution is caused dumping of the following except ________ (a) refuse (b) metal scraps (c) sewage (d) none of the above
  7. International table tennis federations formed in _________ (a) 1927 (b) 1962 (c) 1926 (d) 1919
  8. Table tennis is an in door game ____ True/False
  9. ________ is not a type of pass in handball (a) head pass (b) side pass (c) bounce pass (d) hook pass
  10. Handball is started at the centre with a _______ (a) jump ball (b) toss (c) throw-off (d) pass
  11. Duration of handball is two halves of _______ minutes each (a0 45 (b) 10 (c) 20 (d) 30
  12. ________ is not a right of the consumers (a) right to safety (b) right to information |(c) roght to vote                (d) right to be heard
  13. What is the full meaning of NAFDAC (a) Nigeria Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control (b) Nigeria Agency for Food and Drug Admission and Control (c) Nigeria Academy for Food and Drug Administration and Control (d) Nigeria Agent for Food and Drug Administration and Control
  14. Agencies of consumer health protection in Nigeria include the following except ________ (a) waste management board (b) price  control board (c) standard organization of Nigeria (d) manufacturing Association of Nigeria
  15. ________ is not a kind of posture (a) sitting posture (b) walking posture (c) driving posture (d) running posture
  16. Factors that influence posture includes the following except (a) environment (b) occupation (c) habit (d) poverty
  17. Which of the following is not a type of postural defect (a) pneumonia (b) scolosis (c) lordosis (d) flat foot
  18. __________ is the sideway curvature of the spine (a) kyhosis (b) scolosis (c) knock knee (d) lordosis
  19. ________ is not a stroke is swimming (a) freestyle (b) back stroke (c) forehand stroke (d) breats stroke
  20. Which of the following is not equipment of swimming (a) flaters (b) head gear (c) goggle  (d) boat

THEORY: Answer any three questions

1a.       what is environmental pollution? (b) List 4 types of environmental pollution

  1. List 6 causes of land pollution  (d)  state 5 effects of environmental pollution

2a.       What is consumer health> (b) State 4 importance of consumer health

c.         State 6 rights of consumer (d)  List 5 agencies of consumer health protection in Nigeria

3a.       List 6 types of postural defect (b) state 4 importance/values of goods posture

c.         Explain 2 types of postural defect (d) list 6 general causes of bad posture  



SUBJECT:  C.RK.     CLASS: JSS 1 TIME: 2 ½ hrs  


SECTION A-Answer all questions from this section

  1. ________is not one of the ways Jesus taught Christians to respond to the need of others (a) fight the sick (b) clothing the naked (c) visiting the prisoners (d) feeding the hungry
  2. Those who fail to respond to the needs of others will be ____in judgment (a) rewarded (b) blessed (c) condemned (d) recommend
  3. _________ a man that persecuted the Christians (a) Peter  (b) Saul (c) John (d) David
  4. Who said, ‘ Saul, why do you persecute me? (a) high priest (b) Ananias (c) Philip (d) Jesus
  5. How many days did Paul stayed without food and water (a)  4 (b) 7 (c) 3 (d) 2
  6. The act of feeling or expressing regret for having done the wrong thing is _____ (a) repentance (b) forgiveness (c) obedience  (d)  faithfulness
  7. ___________ is the sin King David committed with Bathsheba  (a) fornication (b) rape (c) adultery (d) stealing
  8. The king of Nineveh proclaimed a feast and asked the people to be cover with (a0 sack clothes (b) animal skin (c) leaves (d) grass
  9. What is the name of the prophet God sent to rebuke David? (a) Agabus (b) Nathan (c) Elijah (d) John
  10. How many did Jonah stayed in the belly of the fish (a) 5 (b) 3 (c) 2 (d) 4
  11. Who is the forerunner of Christ? (a) Simon the Cyrene  (b) John the Baptist (c) Matthew the tax collector (d) Mark
  12. ‘Any tree that does not bear good fruit will be ______ and thrown into fire? (a) pull down (b) crushed (c) washed (d) cut down
  13. Who told Eli of the punishment his family was going to face because of his sins? (a) Samuel (b) Jonah (c) Paul (d) John
  14. Ichabod means ______  (a) God’s blessing has come upon Israel (b) the ark of God has left Israel (c) the glory has department Israel (d) Is realities  has fallen
  15. The consequence of armed robbery is ______ and _____ (a0 sickness and death (b) abortion and mental disorder (c) imprisonment and death 9d) unwanted pregnancy and death
  16. ‘It is written, man shall not live by ______ alone but……..? (a) food (b) water (c) bread (d) biscuit
  17. ‘ Before the cock crows ______, you shall deny me three times (a) thrice (b) once (c) 4 times (d) twice
  18. __________ is the supreme law (a) law of karma (b) do not kill (c) law of love (d) do not steal
  19. Laws help to bring about the following except (a) chaos (b) peace (c) order (d) unity
  20. _______ is not the consequences of examination malpractices (a) expulsion from school (b) imprisonment (c) cancellation of examination results (d) none of the above

THEORY: Answer any 3 questions

1a.       Narrate the story of the conversion of Saul  (b) what is repentance?

c.         State 4 consequences suffered by Eli’s family and the people of Israel

d.         List 4 evils that are prevalent in our society

2a.       Give account of how Jesus overcome temptation (b)  what is temptation (c) State 5 ways Jesus taught Christians to respond to the need of others  (d) list 3 international organization that are helping the needy

3a.       Narrate the story of how Peter denied Jesus (b) sate 3 situations that can lead to denial of Christ

c.         Narrate the story of how king David obeys God’s call to repentance

4a.       What is law? (b) Differentiate between civil laws and religious laws 

c.         State 4 qualities of love



SUBJECT:  C.RK.     CLASS: JSS 2 TIME: 2 ½ hrs  


SECTION A-Answer all questions from this section

  1. Beatitudes is also called _________ (a) wickedness (b) iniquity (c) blessings (d) curse
  2. Blessed are the pure in heart, for they shall ________ (a) be filled (b)  be comforted (c) see God (d) inherit the earth
  3. Complete the statement, ‘You hypocrite, first take the log out of your own eye and will________?
  4. ‘Life is more than food and the body more than _______ (a) water (b) clothing (c) bread (d) jewellery
  5. Complete the statement, ‘first seek the kingdom of God and His righteousness and then all _______
  6. Jesus Christ came into the world to ________ for the sins of man (a) die (b) have pity (c|) rejoice (d) destroy it
  7. Jesus and His disciples stopped between the city of _____ and _____, at the mount called Olives (a) Damascus (b) Bethlehem and Bethpage (c) Judea and Jerusalem (d) Bethpage and Bethany    
  8. ‘I tell you, if these were silent, the very _______ would cry out’ (a) stone (b) building (c) trees (d) animals
  9.  Complete the statement, ‘ let your light so shine before men, that they may see yiour good works and ________________
  10. The triumphal entry of Jesus into Jerusalem is celebrated today as ______ (a0 Eucharist (b) Lord’s supper (c) Passover (d) palm Sunday
  11. Jesus said,’ He who has dipped his hand in the dish with me, will _____ me (a) deny (b) kill (c) betray 9d) forsake
  12. ‘Take, eat, this is my ________ (a) body (b) blood (c) bone (d) food    
  13. The celebration of the last supper is known as the following except _______ (a0 Hoy communication (b) the Lord’s supper (c) Eucharist (d) Easter
  14. ‘Before the cock crows twice, you will deny me _____ times (a) 2 (b) 3 (c) 4 (d) 5
  15. What is the name of the place Jesus asked His disciples to wait while He prayed (a) Bethpage (b) Bethany (c) Gethsemane (d) Bethlehem
  16. Jesus took Peter, ____ and _____ and began to show signs of sorrow and disturbance  (a) Andrew and John (b) James and John (c) Philip and James (d) Matthew and Mark
  17. ; the spirit is willing but the _______ is weak (a) bone (b) blood (c) strength (d) flesh
  18. ________ betrayed Jesus (a) Judas (b) John (c) Peter (d) James
  19. Pilate released ________ and delivered Jesus to be crucified (a) Bartholomew (b) Bacchus (c)  Nicodemus (d) Barabbas \
  20. ________ was compelled to carry the cross of Jesus (a) Simon the leper (b) Simon the magician (c) Simon of Cyrene (d) Simon the tanner

THEORY: Answer question 1 and any other 2

1.         State the nine (9) beatitude or blessings                (10marks)

2.         Narrate the story of the triumphal entry of Jesus into Jerusalem

3.         Give account of the betrayal and arrest of Jesus (15mks)

4.         Narrate the story of the resurrection of Jesus Christ (15mks)

5.         Give the account of the last supper (15mks)




Respondes  a toutes les Question

SECTION A L’ Objectife (answer all the questions)

  1. How does Ade greet his mother in the morning? (a) bonsoir maman (b) bonjour maman  (c) bonjour papa (d) bonnuit papa
  2. Ade’s father tell him good night (a) bonsoir mon enfant (b) bonnuit mon enfant (c)bonjour papa (d) bonnuit papa
  3. How do you tell someone your name? (a) bonsoir Ike (b) ca va bien merci (c) je m’appele Ike (d) comment tu t’appele
  4. My brother’s wife is () beau frère (b) belle soeure (c) fils (d) fille
  5. C’est un drapeau is (a) it is a flag (b) it is a radio  (c) it is a biro  (d) it is a book
  6. C’est une maison is (a) it is a house (b) it is a dog (c) it is a lampe (d) it is a book
  7. How are this dates written in French 22/01/98? (a) le 22 janvier 1999 (b) le 22 janvier 1998 (c) le 22 janvier 1992 (d) le 22 janvier 1938
  8. C’est une regle is (a) it a ruler (b) it is a watch (c) it is a basket (d) it is a table
  9. 17/10/76 (a) le 17 Mai, 1979 (b) le 17 Juin 1979 (c) le Octobre 1976 (d) le 17 November 1920
  10. 01/09/99 (a) le 1 Septembre  1920 (b) le 1 Aout 1999 (c) le Septembre 1999 (d) le 9 Aout 1999
  11. Soixante, soixante dix, et cinquante (a) 60, 70, 50 (b) 60, 100, 80 (c) 60, 90, 110 (d) 60, 100, 120
  12. March 14 1920 (a) le 14 Mars 1920 (b) le arch 14 1920 (c) le 14 Marchs 1920 (d) le 14 Marse 1920
  13. Quatorze, vingt  et cinquante (a) 14, 18, 40, (b) 14, 20, 50, (c) 14, 40, 60 (d) 14, 40, 65
  14. L’argent utilze au Nigeria est (a) cedi (b) Naira (c) dellar (d) franc cifa
  15. Le capital du Senegal est ______ (a) Taounde (b) Dakar (c) Accra (d0 Freetown

SECTION B: THEORY– Answer all questions

1.         Arrange these numbers accordingly.

            a.         Soixante dix              b.         Vingt cing                  c.         Trante             d.         Quarante

            e.         Cinquante                  f.          Dix                              g.         Deux               h.         Quinze

            i.          Cent dix                     j.          Trois

2.         Explique en anglais

            i.          Bonne appétit           ii.         Bon chance               iii        bon nuit          iv     bonjour

            v.         felicitation                 vi         paraseux                    vii         fatique         viii   etudiantes

            ix        reponsdes                  x          toutes




Respondes  a toutes les Question

SECTION A L’ Objectife (answer all the questions)

  1. Guand on est malade, on va _____ (a) L’hotel (b) Au marche (c) A L’hospital  (d) A la pisane
  2. Les cheveux sont sur la _____ (a) bouche (b) tete (c) Dent (d) main
  3. Le matin on salue (a) bonsoir (b) donjour (c) bonnuit (d) bon aniversaire
  4. Le jour de la democratic au Nigeria est le (a) 1st Octobre (b) 27 Mai (c) 29 Mai (d) 25 Decmbre
  5. Le Nigeria es constitute _____ etats (a) 5 (b) 12 (c) 30 (d) 36
  6. Kano setrouve ________Nigeria (a) au sud-sud (b) a L’ouest (c) au nord (d) a L’est
  7. Le numero 53 s’ecrit (a) cing et trios (b) Quinze (c) Trente cing (c) cinguante
  8. Le citoyen de la France est (a) Francias (b) Anglais (c) Beninois (d) Allemagne
  9. L’ananas est un (a) fruit (b) animal (c) Oiseau (d) sac
  10. Je vois avec mes ______ (a) Teux (b) Oreilles (c) Pied (d) Cheveux
  11. Ugo meets Oge in the afternoon, she says (a0 Bonsoir (b) Au revoir (c) Bonne nuit (d) Bonjour
  12. How many do you tell someone your name (a) Je m’ appelle James (b) Comment tu t’ appelle (c) bonsoir James (d) ca va bien Mercy
  13. C’est drapeau est _____ (a) it is a flag (b) it is a radio (c) it is a biro (d) it is bag
  14. How are these dates written in French 14 March 1920? (a0 Le Mares 14 1920  (b) le March 14 1920 (c) le 14 mars 1920 (d) le Marchs 1920
  15. 15th May 1965 (a) le 15 Mai 1965 (b) le 15 Mars 1965 (c) le 15 Mais 1965 (d) le 15 May 1965

SECTION B:THEORY –Answer all questions

1.         Rgardez ce tableau et formez dix phrases. Look at this box and make ten sentences

Je II Tu Nous Ils Vous Es Suis Est Etes Sommes Sont Un(e) eleve Riche Fatique Parasseux En retard En recreation




Answer all questions

  1. Modeling with paper pulp is otherwise called _______ (a) collage (b) papier mache (c) modeling (d) pulp art
  2. The basic materials needed for modeling with paper pulp are (a) water, dye, fabric                  (b) news print, cement, paper (c) old newspaper, starch, large container, water (d) stove, bucket, newspaper, water
  3. Why is it necessary to cut papers into pieces before soaking it (A) for it to absorb water faster (b) to be able to enter the container (c) there will be need for pounding (d) to have papers to use
  4. Addition method is to modeling as ______ is to carving (a) subtractive (b) cutting (c) reduction (d) moulding
  5. In urban centers gates of many compounds are constructed in decorated ____________  (a) metal (b) wood (c) bronze (d) gold
  6. The type of make up used by actors to make them look younger is called (a) straight make up (b) age grade make up (c) linear make up (d) angular make up
  7. The raw material used for tie dye is (a)  adire and kampala (b) raffia and rope (c) fabric and local dye (d) dyelon and seeds
  8. The raw material needed for pottery is (a) sand (b) cement (c) potter’s  wheel (d) clay
  9. What is the effort, ability to provide alternative for original material called? (a) improvisation (b) technique (c) ability (d) skill
  10. One of these is not an element of art (a) colour (b) donkey chair (c) texture (d) value  
  11. The act of making skillful use of materials to produce things for human use is called ______ (a) action (b) painting (c) art (d) sculpture
  12. A branch of art whose visual product serve decorative purpose is called (a) photography (b) drama (c) non visual art (d) visual art
  13. The following are primary colours (a) red yellow blue (b) blue, yellow, purple (c) blu, yellow, green (d) brown, yellow, red
  14. Addition of red and blue is equal to (a) dark blue (b) violet (c) brown (d) green
  15. Cultural and creative arts is not complete without one of the following (a) activities  (b) formulism (b) drama (c) folk love
  16. ‘Art’  originated from the _________ word (a) Greek (b) German (c) Spanish (d) Latin
  17. The study of art was introduced into Nigerian schools by a man called (a) Mr. Adekanmbi (b) Aina Onabolu (c) Mr. Ashong (d) Keneth C. Murray
  18. Who is a dramatist? (a) a person who write plays (b) my teacher is a dramatist (c) those who act plays (d) those who enjoy drama
  19. Dramatized folktales is a _________ (a) type of drama (b) form of drama (c) drama cration (d) drama terminology
  20. One media of dramatic presentation is (a) radio (b) room (c) class (d) make-up


Answer any four questions

  1. What do you understand by musical sound? (b) list five musical  instrument
  2. Define bead (b) list ten type of beads
  3. Explain the differences between mosaic and collage decoration
  4. Describe how to make a plate with paper
  5. Define the following: (a) drama (b) music (c) dance (d) cultural and creative art
  6. Explain the procedures involved in making tie  and dye




Answer all questions

  1. Which  of these best describe  a stage? (a) place  (b) pulpit for entrainment (c) where actors and actress perform (d) non  of the above   
  2. One of these is not a type of stage (a) pulpit (b) rostrum (c) evolving stage (d) revolving stage
  3. Wole Soyinka is a ___________(a) playwright and dramatist (b) actor and dramatist (c) writer and novelist (d) all of the above
  4.  Example of a classical dramatist is _____ (a) Aeschylus (b) Leonardo  da vince (c) Colorando (d) Mustapha Oyebamiji
  5. Zulu Sofola can be described as a _____ (a) contemporary artist (b) classical artiste (c) classical dramatist (d) contemporary dramatist
  6. William Shakespeare wtrote the play (a) animal farm (b) eich faher and poor dad (c) love in Tokyo (d) Romeo and Juliet
  7. Dramatist or playwrights are those who ______ drama (a) perform (b) teleguide  (c) watch (d) write
  8. A successful drama performance has been before coming on stage (a) written (b) performed (c) practiced (d) rehearsed
  9. Somebody who learns under a craft man is ______ (a) an apprentice (b) a learner (c) a student (d) a pupil 
  10.  One out of these is not a craft (a) leather work (b) molding (c) pottery (d) weaving
  11. Materials and tools for craft can be sourced _______(a) internationally (b) outside (c) locally (d) at home
  12. The final process in practicing of a drama before coming on stage is called (a) rehearsal (b) brush-up (c) brushing (d) dress rehearsal
  13. Which of these is not a ceramic product (a) desk (b) lamp holder (c) bulb (c) plate
  14. The most common material for making ceramics works is (a) clay (b) plastic (c) glass (d) gum
  15. Which of the following statements best describe motif? (a) a theme or major idea in an art work (b) a design made on fabric (c) tool used in textile design (d) artist intention
  16. What is print making in art (a) creating and transferring designs unto another suitable surface (b) making handbills on machines (c) making tye and dye  (d) transferring designs on desks
  17. The art of making impression on rock, paper or any other surface is called (a) stamping (b) printing (c) impression (d) engraving
  18. A popular tool used in taking photograph is the (a) video recorder (b) camera (c) light box (d) enlargen
  19. Gloze is _____ (a) hiring a pot in the kiln (b) transparent point on pots (c) chemical added  to clay (d) glass melted on ceramic body
  20. Which of these will require the use of an armature rather than a mould? (a) puppets (b) plates (c) bowls (d) mask


Answer any four questions

1a.       Describe the outlets through which your art products can be made available to the public purchase

b.         List five art products you can sell

2.         What are the processes involved in drama construction

3.         how can you design a stage?

4.         What is sculpture? (b) How many types of sculpture do we have? List them

           (c) list ten tools for sculpture (d) list five materials for sculpture

5a.       What are the properties of clay? (b) Write five uses of clay

6.         As an  artist you are exposed to certain risks during your work what are they?


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