Exam Question and Answers for Junior Secondary school students [ All Subject]

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  1. Which of these is not a field in Agriculture? (a) crop an animal production (b) forestry and agricultural engineering (c) business management and research
  2. A chosen pursuit through which one earn a living is called ______ (a) pursuit of life (b) career (c) employment
  3. Agriculture offers jobs to secondary school leavers and university graduates (a) true (b) false (c) not known
  4. _______ and ______ determines what plant and animals are adapted to an area (a) rainfall and temperature (b) wind and climate (c) climate and temperature
  5. Vegetation of Nigeria are divided into two types, namely (a) forest and mangrove (b) forest and savanna (c) savanna and rain forest
  6. Forest vegetation is divided into ______ and ________ (a) rainforest and mangrove (b) forest and mangrove (c) derived and mangrove
  7. Derived, Sudan and Sahel vegetation are all ____ vegetation (a) forest (b) savanna (c) mangrove
  8. An eco-logical habitat where trees, other plants and many animals co-exist is known as ______ (a) forest (b) environment (c) surrounding
  9. One of these is not a type of forest (a) ever-green plant forest (b) deciduous forest (c) mangrove
  10. All of these affects the forest except (a) bush burning (b) deforestation (c) all of the above
  11. Forest regeneration, reforestation, afforestation are all _______ (a) forest management (b) forest reserve (c) forest regulation
  12. The deviation from the normal state of health of an organism is referred to as _______ (a) infection (b) disease (c) changes
  13. Rinder pest disease, new castle disease, swine fever, fowl pox are all ______ disease (a) bacterial (b) virus disease (c) fungi disease
  14. Gastro-enteritis is a disease peculiar to ______ (a) all animals (b) cattle’s and sheep (c) ruminants
  15. The disease “Anthrax” is caused by ______ (a) fungi (b) bacterial (c) protozoan
  16. Loss of hair and irritation in all animals are symptoms of _______ (a) ticks/lice (b) worms (c) bloat
  17. Salting, canning, drying and smoking are various methods of preservation (a) true (b) false (c) not all
  18. The act of spreading farm produce, meat and fish over fire for it to lost moist is otherwise called _______ (a) smoking (b) drying (c) saucing
  19. Eggs is preserved by _______ (a) refrigeration (b) storage (c) freezing
  20. All of these are methods of controlling disease except _______ (a) proper sanitation (b) inoculation/vaccination (c) all of these

Section B:

Answer any three questions. All question carry equal mark

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  1. a) Define preservation
  2. b) State the general methods of preserving farm produce
  3. c) Give three reasons why we preserve farm produce
  4. a) What is disease?
  5. b) What are the general methods of controlling disease?
  6. c) Name one disease, its symptoms and method of control
  7. a) Define the term “Forest”
  8. b) Mention 5 uses of forest resources
  9. c) State 5 human activities that influence forest.
  10. a) Stat two types of forest (b) Enumerate 4 influences of forest on the environment
  11. c) Mention 4 forest management practices.
  12. a) What is vegetation?
  13. b) List 6 factors that affect vegetation belt distribution in Nigeria
  14. c) Name the types of vegetation.


SUBJECT: SOCIAL STUDIES                   


  1. The illegal trade in human beings for the purpose of commercial gains, sexual exploitation or forced labour is known as _______ (a) slavery (b) human trafficking (c) national slavery
  2. Human trafficking is for the purpose of (a) fraud (b) abuse (c) exploitation
  3. The situation in which the victims are forced to walk against their own will is called ______ (a) exploitation (b) force labour (c) prostitution
  4. The recruitment, transportation, transfer, arbouring or receipt of children for the purpose of exploitation is known as child trafficking (a) true (b) false (c) child labour
  5. One of these is a factor responsible for human trafficking (a) get rich quick syndrome (b) unemployment (c) all the above
  6. Traditional and cultural practices depend on the values and belief of the people of a community or society (a) false (b) true (c) no idea
  7. Female genital mutilation is ______ practice in Nigeria (a) Helpful practice (b) Harmful practice (c) traditional practice
  8. All of these are ways of preventing harmful traditional practices except (a) education (b) caste system (c) public enlightenment
  9. The total number of people living in any geographical area is referred to as the ________ that are (a) population (b) growth (c) population
  10. Which of these is not used to ascertain the population of a place (a) infrastructure (b) sex (c) working class and dependent ratio
  11. Which of these factor does not affect population (a) increase in birth rate (b) immigration (c) poverty
  12. Malnutrition, poverty and unemployment are ______ population (a) over population (b) problems of overpopulation (c) effects of over population
  13. NERDC means (a) National Education Research and Development (b) National Economic Research and Development (c) National Economic Resource and Development Council
  14. Family life Education deviate the quality of life of the citizens (a) true (b) false (c) not always
  15. The link between the individual and the society is the ______ (a) gender (b) family (c) nation
  16. The ability of a family to satisfy its basic needs and shoulders its responsibilities adequately determines _______ of the family (a) proportion of family (b) quality of life (c) quantity of life
  17. Good education, good food and nutrition, warmth and affection, good health care, etc. these are responsibilities of ______ to children (a) family (b) society (c) parent
  18. The voluntary or involuntary movement of people from one locality to another is known as _____ (a) migration (b) immigration (c) emigration
  19. All these are ways of promoting peace except (a) conflict and war (b) tolerance and dialogue (c) diplomacy ad human right
  20. One of these is not a type of peace (a) negative peace (b) positive peace (c) standard peace
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Section B: Theory

Answer any three questions. all question carry equal marks.

  1. What is peace?
  2. b) Differentiate between the two types of peace
  3. c) Mention four ways of promoting peace
  4. Explain briefly the term “Census”
  5. b) Mention 5 problems of population census in Nigeria
  6. c) What is migration
  7. Define family life Education
  8. b) State three advantages of delayed marriage
  9. c) What are the consequences of large family size on the individuals
  10. What is population
  11. b) Enumerate factors affecting population
  12. c) Highlight the problems of over-population
  13. What is human trafficking
  14. b) Give 5 factors responsible for human trafficking
  15. c) State three ways of preventing human trafficking
  16. What are harmful traditional practices
  17. b) State 4 consequences of harmful traditional practices
  18. c) Mention 3 ways of preventing such practices in our society




  1. ____ breakup grease into tiny particles (a) soap (b) morning fresh (c) detergent
  2. Reaction of fat/oil with alkalis is______ (a) detergent (b) soap (c) hand wash
  3. Soap/detergent lowers surface tension of water (a) False (b) True (c) Not all water
  4. Compete the process of fabric construction yarns   _____ (a) fibre and fabric (b) warp and weft (c) warp and fibre
  5. _____ is concerned with clothing? (a) yarns (b) weft (c) textile
  6. The body outline or shape of a person can be said to be the____ (a) figure (b) shape (c) none of the above
  7. Junior petile has a well develop figure that is slightly shorter (a) false (b) true (c) none of the above
  8. Which of these is not a characteristics for school fabric (a) durable (b) soft-textured (c) colourful
  9. Office ware must be_____, ______ and simple (a) smart, comfortable (b) soft and colourful (c) flame resistant and washable
  10. Which is not a machine part? (a) presser foot (b) feed dog (c) none of the above
  11. ______ is a type of sewing machine (a) balance wheel (b) treadle (c) thread guides
  12. One of these is not a property of nutrient (a) enzyme properties (b) physical properties (c) chemical properties
  13. _____ changes when treated in certain ways (a) chemical properties (b) physical properties (c) chemical properties
  14. Protein is made up of______, hydrogen and nitrogen (a) phosphorus (b) carbon (c) potassium
  15. The effects of heat on protein is known as______ (a) coagulation (b) caramel (c) carbonly
  16. The enzyme that cuts protein is known as ________ (a) amino acid  (b) protease (c) element
  17. _______ is a chemical substances obtain from food (a) nitrogen (b) nutrient (c) taste
  18. The end product of carbohydrate is_____ (a) cellulose (b) glucose (c) caramel
  19. Protein are digested by________ (a) enzymes (b) glucose (c) amino acids
  20. The unit of elements and how they behave under certain conditions is the___ of a substance (a) physical properties (b) chemical properties (c) chemical composition


Answer any THREE questions

  1. What is laundry?
  2. Differentiate between soap and synthetic detergents
  3. Mention 3 function each of soap and bleach
  4. Mention 5 types of figures and explain any two
  5. What is figures?
  6. Define the term “fibre”
  7. State the type of clothe and give 3 characteristics of any one
  8. Name the types of machine
  9. Mention 5 parts of a machine
  10. What is food nutrient?
  11. Mention the properties of food
  12. Mention 3 characteristics of protein
  13. What is amino acid? Differentiate between amino acid and protease
  14. What is caramelization?



  1. ______ is a decorative mage used in design (a) Motive (b) Painting (c) Motif
  2. Which is not a form of motif (a) None of the above (b) Minor motif n(c) plant motif
  3. ______ are decorated images gotten from the leave (a) Floral motif (b) Animal motif

(c) Plant motif

  1. It is not a type of motif (a) traditional motif (b) Minor motif (c) Animal motif
  2. _______ takes the shape of mathematical objects (a) Geometric motif (b) Triangle motif (c) Plant motif
  3. Sampling and artwork is ______ of that art work (a) Displaying (b) Exhibition (c) All the above
  4. Mounting means _______ (a) Fixing (b) Placement (c) Labeling
  5. Fixing is the use of fixative or vanishes to enhance the chorability of an art works (a) True (b) False (c) Not so
  6. Images which have flute and gong is a _______ (a) Cultural motif (b) Traditional motif (c) Social motif
  7. The acts of giving an art work a title or name is _______ (a) Exhibition (b) Labeling (c) Fixing
  8. Categorizing is the process of grouping and arrange art work during exhibition (a) True (b) False (c) None of the above
  9. It is not a form of display technique (a) Designing space (b) Mounting boards (c) None of the above
  10. Fight in an exhibition venue enhances consciousness (a) True (b) False (c) None of the above
  11. Feelings are communicated between _______ and ______ (a) Words (b) Drawing (c) all the above
  12. The acts of forming letters is known as _______ (a) Curving (b) Reacting (c) lettering
  13. Which is not a type of lettering (a) Pen lettering (b) Block lettering (c) None of the above
  14. Which is not used for block lettering (a) French curve (b) ruler (c) Pen/ pencil
  15. Which of these is not a style in block lettering (a) Pen styles (b) Roman styles (c) Text styles
  16. Legibility, simplicity and Good spacing are all of ________ (a) Uses of lettering (b) Qualities of lettering (c) Types of lettering
  17. ________ is a planned arrangement of a large work drawn roughly on small scale (a) Construction (b) Design (c) None of the above
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Answer any three questions

  1. What is motif?
  2. Mention categories of motif
  3. list the types of motif
  4. What is exhibition?
  5. what is labeling?
  6. list 4 exhibition technique
  7. Mention 4 display technique
  8. Explain any of the display technique
  9. List the importance of lighting in display of art work
  10. What is lettering
  11. Mention the types of lettering
  12. Differentiate between the types of lettering
  13. list qualities of a good lettering
  14. State the uses of lettering
  15. Enumerate the stages of construction





  1. folklores are _______ myths and ______ (a) History and legends (b) Culture and legends (c)folktale and legends
  2. ______ is an oral history preserved by people for culture (a) Stories (b) Folklores (c) Folktales
  3. Which is not an feature of Non-African folklores (a) Character (b) plot (c) None
  4. One of these is a feature of None-African folklores (a) setting (b) Image (c) Symbols
  5. The optical representation of a real object is known as ______ (a) Symbol (b) image (c) character
  6. The character representing an idea concept is the ______ (a) Symbol (b) Image (c) character
  7. It is not a type of imagery (a) Kinetic (b) Symbol (c) Taste
  8. The symbol of a goat signifies ________ (a) wisdom (b) Gentleness (c) Foolishness
  9. The symbol of tortoise signifies _______ (a) Ginning (b) Evil (c) wisdom
  10. _______ involves story telling (a) Symbols (b) Prose (c) Folktale
  11. A prose that give explanation of a subject (a) descriptive prose (b) Narrative prose (c) Expository
  12. The prose in which things or person, events, and places are given detailed explanation is ______ (a) Dramatic (b) Descriptive (c) Expository
  13. The main idea or idea in writing is said to be the _______ (a) Prose (b) Details (c) theme
  14. Which is not a features, of prose (a) theme (b) Diction (c) setting
  15. ________ refers to the individual or role each person’s plays in a story (a) Setting (b) Style (c) characterization
  16. People working in a drama production are called the _______ (a) Characters (b) Crew (c) Audience
  17. The collection of poems is called _______ (a) Poems (b) Prose (c) poetry
  18. A poem with plain and simple language with the good rhythm is _______ (a) Appreciation (b) lamentation (c) Lyrical
  19. Which of the poem expresses love and Joy (a) Lyrical (b) Dirge (c) None of the above


Answer all questions

  1. What is folklores?
  2. Mention 5 features of Non-African folklores
  3. Explain 3 features of Non-African folklore
  4. What are image?
  5. Name the types of images
  6. What is a symbol?
  7. What is prose
  8. Enumerate the types of prose, giving a detailed explanation of any
  9. What are themes?
  10. What is drama and poetry?
  11. Mention 5 features of a prose
  12. Enumerate the people involved in drama




  1. A vertical jumping event where an athlete is expected to jump over a very horizontal bar placed across two vertical upright is called ______ (a) Javelin (b) Pole vault (c) High jump
  2. ______ is used for jumping in a pole vault event (a) Shot put (b) Long pole (c) Long rod
  3. The following are equipment used for pole vault except (a) The grip (b) Cross bar (c) flags
  4. The pitch for pole vault consist of except (a) The runway (b) The landing area (c) Run-up area
  5. The following are the phase in Javelin throw except (a) The grip (b) The carriage (c) The take off
  6. Pentathlon combined events involves the (a) Long jump (b) Discus throw (c) All the above
  7. Male athletes contest the decathlon while the female athletes contest the ______ (a) Pentathlon (b) Heptathlon (c) Both
  8. Decathlon events includes (a) Pole vault (b) Javelin (c) All the above
  9. The two sets of combined events are (a) Pentathlon and Decathlon (b) All the above (c) Decathlon and nepthothlon
  10. The game Hockey, has ______ number of players (a) 12 (b) 11 (c) 13
  11. Hockey game is of two type, the ______ and ______ hockey (a) Field and ice hockey (b) block hockey and stick hockey (c) Pitch ice hockey
  12. Dribbling, push pass, drive/Hit, flick, scoop, and holding the stick. These are all ______ hockey (a) Technique (b) Skills (c) Facilities
  13. Hockey match is officiated by officials called ______? (a) Empires (b) Umpires (c) Entire
  14. Dislocation, sprains, strains and fractures are ______ (a) Sport hurries (b) Common accident (c) First Aid injures
  15. _______ is a sign for sprain (a) Swelling and dislocation (b) loss of power in the limb (c) Swelling around the fracture
  16. Puberty is as a result of release of _____ (a) Hormone (b) Estrogen (c) Pituitary gallon
  17. Adolescents are individual between the ages of ______ and _____ (a) 14 and 23 (b) 15 and 25 (c) 13 and 25
  18. International organizations, Government Agencies, cooperate organizations and volunteers agencies and private foundation. All these are called _____ (a) Health care organization (b) health Education organization (c) Health Agencies organization
  19. The following are part of the aging processes (a) Hair turns grey (b) All the above (c) Nails become brittle.
  20. _____, ______ and _____ are the cause of death (a) Accident, heart failure and old age  (b) War, crisis and hunger (c) chronic Chesses, violence and weakness
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Answer any 3 questions

  1. What is ageing?
  2. What happens to the body cells a person ages?
  3. Mention 4 ageing processes
  4. Which are the four main kinds of health care organization
  5. List 4 main agencies and organization promoting health Education in Nigeria
  6. Mention 4 career opportunities of health Education in Nigeria
  7. What is puberty
  8. State the main physical changes in the adolescent
  9. Mention 3 physiological changes each of boys and girls
  10. List major common sports injuries.
  11. What is fracture?
  12. Mention 3 kinds of fractures
  13. What is pole vault?
  14. Mention the basic skills in hockey game
  15. what is decathlon?




  1. Jesus ask his disciples to wait at Jerusalem for the promise of the father being (a) The father’s blessing (b) The Holy Spirit (c) The communion
  2. Jesus made several appearance to his disciple after His resurrection (a) True (b) False (c) Not so
  3. “Go into the world and preach the gospel to all people and baptizing them in the name of the father, son and Holy Spirit”. This is called ______ (a) Sent commission (b) Great commission (c) Message commission
  4. All of these are the reasons Jesus promised the Holy Spirit except _______ (a) Spiritual courage (b) Wisdom (c) Talkativeness
  5. Without the _____, we cannot successfully do the work of God (a) Faith (b) Holy Spirit (c) Jesus
  6. The festivals of the Jews was the ______ (a) Feast of Passover (b) Feast of Pentecost (c) Feast of togetherness
  7. The purpose of the feast of Pentecost was the except (a) Be thankful to God for the agricultural year (b) seek His intervention from troubles (c) Seek His protection and blessing for the new agricultural year
  8. The Holy Spirit came on the day of Pentecost which was ______ day after ascension of Jesus into heaven (a) 10 days (b) 12 days (c) 9 days
  9. The last supper took place in where (a) The Pentecost  house (b) The upper room (c) All of the above
  10. One of these is the visible and audible signs of the coming of the Holy spirit (a) Wind and tongues of  fire (b) Speaking in tongues (c) All of the above
  11. Peter’s first speech was on _______ (a) Lying (b) Drunkenness (c) Fornication
  12. Which of the prophet prophesied on the outpouring of the Holy spirit (a) Prophet Jeremiah (b) Prophet Samuel (c) Prophet Joel
  13. “Brethren, what shall we do?”. Who asked this question (a) The  church (b) The people (c) The apostles
  14. How many souls were added to the church on account of Peter’s first speech? (a) 120 (b) 3000 (c) 5000 souls
  15. How many believers were there before the addition of the many souls to the church (a) 112 believers  (b) 120 believers (c) 12 Apostles
  16. One of these are the reason why the Jews opposed and rejected the good news (a) They did not see Jesus as the expected/ Messiah and saviour (b) They never liked the good of news (c) They did not like the apostles
  17. One of these arrested Peter and John after healing of the cripple at the Beautiful gate (a) The priest and captain of the temple (b) The Sadducees (c) All of the above
  18. They ______ were in charge of the temple police (a) Priests (b) The captain (c) Sadducees
  19. The highest Jewish council for trial were the ________ (a) The martyr (b) The Sanhedrin (c) None of the above
  20. Stephen was one of the _______ deacons (a) seven (b) Four (c) Twelve


Answer any 3 question, all question carry equal mark

  1. What is the great commission?
  2. Why is the Holy Spirit essential to the success of the work of God?
  3. Why were the apostles initially afraid to go out and preach?
  4. What is Fraud?
  5. Mention three examples of togetherness in the early church.
  6. In the early church, what was the punishment for defrauding?
  7. define murmuring?
  8. What brought about murmuring in the early church?
  9. how many deacons were there in the early church?
  10. what is discrimination?
  11. How was the issue of discrimination solved in the early church?
  12. Mention the three qualities expected of a deacon
  13. Give the two reasons why the Jews opposed the Gospel message.
  14. Why were the Sadducees interested in arresting Peter and John in the temple?
  15. Why did God kill Herod?


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