Junior Secondary School Exam Questions and Answers for all Subjects [JSS1 to JSS3]

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Class: JSS 1    Subject: Business studies

Instruction: Answer all question in this section

  1. _____ is defined as a place where business is done or service is provided (a) an office (b) road (c) school
  2. ____ of a small office is that the owner of the business is able to keep in constant touch with the day to day running of the business (a) advantage (b) disadvantage (c) demerit
  3. Large business organizations require _____ offices (a) large (b) small (c) none of the above
  4. One of these is a function of an office (a) receiving information (b) fighting (c) shouting
  5. Receiving and processing information are functions of an ____ (a) office (b) class room (c) bed room
  6. A ____ normally supervises the work of newly employed clerks (a) junior clerk (b) senior clerk (c) clerical assistant
  7. Letters, memoranda and telegrams are examples of ___ information (a) oral (b) written (c) none of the above
  8. Another name for the open plan is what
  9. Another name for the close plan is what?
  10. One of these is a personal quality of a clerical staff (a) stealing (b) honesty and integrity (c) fighting
  11. There are ______ types of clerk (a) four (b) three (c) two
  12. It is _____ (true/false) that easy and regular work flow is one of the features of a good office
  13. Good planning and layout of an office facilitates access to customer __ (true or false)
  14. Banking halls are examples of good office plant (true or false
  15. ____ department is usually headed by a sales manager (a) finance department (b) production department (c) sales department

Section B


Answer three questions only from this section

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  1. What is an office
  2. Give three advantages of a small office
  3. What are the personal qualities of an office clerical
  4. State four functions of an office
  5. Mention the different offices in an organization that you know


Class: JSS 1    Subject: Basic Science

Instruction: Answer all question in this section


  1. Science is needed in the manufacturing industry, medicine, agriculture, engineering and many other areas (true or false)
  2. To find out the truth about things scientist makes guesses and then puts them to the lest, and these guesses is called __ (a) hypothesis (b) practical (c) conclusion
  3. Scientists carry out experiments (true or false)
  4. The internet is a network of computers linked by telephone and satellite (true or false)
  5. With internet, you can send a message to someone in new York and get your reply within a very short period (true or false)
  6. One of these is what scientists use for experiment (a) carpet (b) microscope (c) bed
  7. ___ is use for heating in the laboratory (a) fire wood (b) stove (c) Bunsen burnet
  8. ____ measure the degree of hotness or coldness of substances (a) microscope (b) thermometer (c) computer
  9. ____ is used for measuring the mass of objects (a) thermometer (b) balance (c) computer
  10. Handlens is used for observing small objects (true or false)
  11. ____ is a quantity of stuff or matter in a body (a) computer (b) phone (c) mass
  12. Pendulum makes a to – and – fro movement which is call an oscillation (true or false)
  13. The doctor’s thermometer is called a clinical thermometer (true or false)
  14. Matter has weight and occupy space (true or false)
  15. The movement of one substance through another is called diffusion (true or false)

Section B

Answer three questions only from this section


  1. Define internet
  2. Which organs do we use for the following activities
  • Seeing
  • Hearing
  • Smelling
  1. Define matter; matter is believed to be made up of particles (true or false)
  2. What is diffusion
  3. Mention four science equipment that you know

 

Class: JSS 2    Subject: Basic Science

Instruction: Answer all question in this section


  1. There are over ____ bones in the body (a) 200 (b) 300 (c) 150
  2. ____ are bony structures which give animals ridity and support (a) skeletons (b) woods (c) stones
  3. The shoulder girdle consists of the collar bone and the shoulder blade (true or false)
  4. Plaster of paris is used to hold a broken bone together while it heals (true or false)
  5. There are more than 150 joints in the human skeleton (true or false)
  6. Muscles are attached to bones by means of strong whitish cords called _____ (a) joint (b) tendons (c) muscles
  7. Bones and muscles perform many useful function in the body (true or false)
  8. The two kinds of muscles are the voluntary and the ____ muscles (a) joint (b) involuntary (c) voluntary
  9. Useless waste material from food is excreted from time to time through the _____ (a) mouth (b) anus (c) head
  10. Extra water is absorbed from food material in the large intestine (true or false)
  11. There are ____ digestive juices in our body (a) five (b) three (c) four
  12. The digestive system is made up of many organs (true or false)
  13. Blood is made up of two kinds of particles red blood cells and ____ (a) plasma (b) brown blood cells (c) white blood cells
  14. One of the functions of the blood is that waste material from cells all over the body is carried to the kidneys by the blood (true or false)
  15. The heart pumps the blood, making it flow around the ____ (a) eys (b) head (c) body

Section B

Answer all questions from this section


  1. Define joint
  2. Mention four functions of the digestive organs
  3. There are four digestive juices in our body, mention them
  4. Blood is made up of kinds of particles known as ______ and ___ moving in a liquid called _____
  5. Name the four parts of the alimentary canal that you know

Class: JSS 2    Subject: Business studies

Instruction: Answer all questions in this section


  1. The reception office is usually located at the ___ of an organization (a) entrance (b) backward (c) inside
  2. A person who welcome and direct visitors to the right person in an organization is called a ____ (a) receptionist (b) staff (c)worker
  3. A receptionist must be smart in appearance and always well-dressed (true or false)
  4. Office procedure helps in quicken how different office activities are carried out (true or false)
  5. A catalogue is a booklet which contains descriptive details of the goods which a seller has in stock (true or false)
  6. A receptionist must have the willingness to assist visitors(true or false)
  7. _____ is defined as a place where business is done or service is provided (a) class room (b) an office (c) bed room
  8. There are ____ form of trade (a) four (b) two (c) six
  9. Home trade is a form of trade that occurs within a country (true or false)
  10. Foreign trade is a form of trade that takes place between two or more countries (true or false)
  11. Trade is very important for the economics health and personal health of citizens of a country (true or false)
  12. Communication is another important aid to trade (true or false)
  13. A market is not a place where buyers and sellers meet to exchange good and services (true or false)
  14. ____ gives a detailed account of goods bought, the quantity and he price of each item (a) cheque (b) receipt (c) invoice
  15. Buying by sample is a method of buying. (true or false)

Section B


Anwar three questions only from this section

  1. Mention three qualities of a good receptionist
  2. State three importance of office procedure
  3. Mention two types of trade
  4. Define home trade
  5. Define foreign trade

Class: JSS 3    Subject: Business studies

Instruction: Answer all question in this section


  1. This set of rules or system is usually referred to as office procedure. (true or false)
  2. Office productive reduces the overall cost of expenditure. (true or false)
  3. The computer is an electronic device which accepts, processes, store and retrieves information or data. (true or false)
  4. The ordinary typewriter can be used to prepare bills, quickly, clearly and uniformly. (true or false)
  5. Naira and kobo are usually accepted as payment for goods. (true or false)
  6. What is the full meaning of ATM
  7. Cash can be withdrawn from an ATM machines. (true or false)
  8. What is the full meaning of POS
  9. A bank draft is like a cheque drawn by the bank on itself. (true or false)
  10. The following are office equipments except (a) office clops (b) plate (c) perforator
  11. Typewriter is an office machine. (true or false)
  12. A scanner is a machine that capture images and documents for computer display and editing. (true or false)
  13. A laminating machine is a machine that provides a plastic protective covering for a document. (true or false)
  14. ____ is a hole punching machine (a) scanner (b) laminating machine (c) perforator
  15. A photocopier is a machine that makes paper copies of documents or graphic materials. (true or false)

Section B

Answer three questions only from this section


  1. Define computer
  2. Mention three importance of office procedure
  3. What is the full meaning of ATM and POS
  4. Mention three advantages of using ATM
  5. Mention five office equipment that you know

Class: JSS 3    Subject: Basic science

Instruction: Answer all question in this section


  1. Heredity refers to the transmission of characteristics or traits from parents to the progeny or offspring. (true or false)
  2. A nuclear family includes a couple with their own children. (true or false)
  3. Extended family includes other blood relatives. (true or false)
  4. A recessive gene is not manifested when the dominant gene is present. (true or false)
  5. Desertification means the setting in of desert. (true or false)
  6. Erosion is not the washing or blowing away of soil or rock. (true or false)
  7. Forest does not protect land from erosion and flooding. (true or false)
  8. Drug is not a substance that changes the way the body works. (true or false)
  9. ____ is a substance that change the way the body works (a) water (b) drug (c) perfume
  10. Drug cannot be beneficial to the body or cause harm to the body. (true or false)
  11. ____ is a government agency that responsible for implementing health policies (a) COREN (b) NAN (c) NAFDAC
  12. The atmosphere is not the layer of air surrounding the earth surface. (true or false)
  13. NAFDAC is not mainly concerned about the sale and use of fake prescription drugs. (true or false)
  14. In writing the full meaning of NDLEA the last letter “A” stands for _____ (a) assistant (b) age (c) agency
  15. In writing the full meaning of NAFDAC the letter “F” stands for ___ (a) fine (b) freedom (c) food

Section B

  1. What is heredity?
  2. Explain the term “drug”
  3. What is the full meaning of NAFDAC and NDLEA
  4. Drug abuse can be prevented through _______
  5. Explain the term desertification

Class: JSS 1      Subject: Physical and Health Education

Instruction: Answer all question in this section


Section A: (objective)

  1. _____ are activities such as sports and exercise which people need physical power to compete in (a) athletics (b) games (c) sport (d) events
  2. All track events are performed in ____ (a) lanes (b) field (c) school (d) church
  3. Running is an example of ___ event (a) field (b) track (c) sport (d) all of the above
  4. ___ events are activities which involves jumping and throwing (a) track (b) field (c) pole vault (d) javelin
  5. ____ are events which are intended to cover heights or distance (a) jumps (b) throw (c) race (d) none of the above
  6. Jumps which aim at achieving height are called ___ (a) horizontal jumps (b) vertical jumps (c) high jumps (d) long jumps
  7. Pole vault is a field events, true or false
  8. Equipment for shot put includes the following except ____ (a) stop board (b) take-off box (c) missile (d) flags
  9. Throws are events which involve projecting object into space. True or false
  10. The following are phases of putting the shot except (a) prop (b) stance (c) Perry O’ Brien put (d) release
  11. Discus is a track event true of false
  12. Football originated form ____ (a) England (b) France (c) Italy (d) none of the above
  13. The world controlling body, federation international de football association (FIFA) was formed in the year ____ (a) 1909 (b) 1904 (c) 1863 (d) 1933
  14. The first national competition of football in Nigeria began in the year ____ (a) 1945 (b) 1933 (c) 1940 (d) 1904
  15. Volleyball was invented by ____ in the year ____ (a) William J. Morgan, 1895 (b) James Morgan, 1895 (c) John J. Morgan, 1895 (c) none of the above
  16. Volleyball was introduced as an Olympic sport in ____ (a) Nigeria (b) Congo (c) Japan (d) Tokyo, Japan
  17. ____ are sports that have been in existence before the introduction of modern and international games (a) pre-colonial and traditional sports (b) cultural dance (c) football (d) volleyball
  18. It is important that, sport men and women should have basic knowledge of ___ (a) the game (b) first aid (c) safety (d) I don’t know
  19. The following are factors which determine health except (a) heredity (b) environment (c) lifestyle (d) money
  20. _____ disease can be transmitted easily in over-crowded living conditions (a) contagious (b) sexually transmitted (c) cholera (d) none of the above

Section B-theory

Instruction: Answer only three questions in this section, all questions carries equal marks.


  1. List five sources of water
  2. List four characteristics of a healthy person
  3. What is first aid? (ii) State four qualities of a good first aider
  4. List five equipment needed for a game of volleyball
  5. Name the facility for discus (ii) State two methods of throwing discus

Class: JSS 3   Subject: Christian Religious Knowledge (CRK)

Instruction: Answer all question in this section


Section A: (objective)

  1. _____ feast was one of the festival of the Jews (a) Pentecost (b) Easter (c) Charismas (d) dedication
  2. The coming of the Holy Spirit took place on ___ day (a) Passover (b) Pentecost (c) last supper (d) none of the above
  3. The Holy Spirit came upon the apostles on the ___ day after the ascension of Jesus into heaven (a) eight day (b) tenth (c) fifth (d) sixth
  4. The last supper took place in the ____ (a) synague (b) upper room (c) Jerusalem (d) Judea
  5. The apostles were full of ______ and _____ after receiving the holy spirit (a) joy and courage (b) money and joy (c) wealth and wisdom (d) none of the above
  6. The following are some of the language spoke by the apostle on the day of Pentecost except (a) Parthian (b) Medes (c) Ibibio (d) Arabia
  7. ____ stood among the apostles and refuted the charge of drunkenness (a) John (b) Peter (c) Joseph (d) Mark
  8. ____ prophesied that a time would come when God would pour out his Holy Spirit upon all flesh (a) Prophet Joel (b) Prophet Isaiah (c) Prophet Micah (d) none of the above
  9. Complete this quotation “God would pour out his Holy Spirit upon all flesh so that their sons and daughters would _____ their young men would ____ and their old men _____” (a) dream, prophesy, see visions (b) prophesy, see vision, dream dreams (c) see vision, prophesy, dream dreams (d) dream dreams, see visions, prophesy
  10. ____ was the effect of the Holy Spirit on the apostles (a) it gave the power, strength and courage to continue with the work of Christ (b) it made them speak in different tongues (c) it gave them good wifes (d) none of the above
  11. ____ happened immediately after the death of Stephen (a) the apostle fled Jerusalem (b) the Christians in the Jerusalem were persecutes (c) he was given a Christian burial (d) none of the above
  12. ____ was stoned to death (a) John (b) Peter (c) Stephen (d) Judas
  13. ____ were the foundation members of the church established by Christ (a) apostles (b) deacons (c) elders (d) pastors
  1. Philip was one of the ____ (a) apostle (b) seven deacons (c) followers (d) pastors
  • Philip was able to convert the Samaritans by preaching t them and by (a) circumcising them (b) Baptizing them (c) performing miracles among them (d) none of the above
  • After Philip had converted the Samaritans, the apostles in Jerusalem sent to them Peter and ___ (a) Andrew (b) John (c) James (d) Timothy
  • Simon of Samaritan was formerly a ____ (a) musician (b) magician (c) apostle (d) dancer
  • Peter’s visit to Lydda and Joppa shows that Christian fellowship develop when Christian leaders do ___ (a) visit their parishes from time to time (b) cure cripples (c) raise people from dead
  • The woman who was raised from dead at Joppa was ____ (a) Tibitha (Dorcas) ( b) Rhoda (c) Lydia (d) Martha
  • Peter’s miracle at Lydda led to the conversion of people of Lydda and (a) Joppa (b) Sharon (c) Samaria (d) Gaza

Section B (Theory)


  1. States the significance of Peter’s visit to Lydda and Joppa
  2. Briefly, write the significance of the conversion of the Samaritans
  3. Briefly write an account of the coming of the Holy Spirit
  4. Discuss what happened when Peter was in Lydda
  5. Write an account of Paul’s conversation

 


Class: JSS 3   Subject: Physical and Health Education

Instruction: Answer all question in this section


  1. Pole vault is a ____ event (a) track (b) field (c) school (d) sport
  2. The following are equipment for pole vault except (a) crossbar (b) land foam (c) measuring tape (d) measuring cylinder
  3. One of these is a technique of pole vault (a) stance (b) jump (c) grip/carriage (d) hiding
  4. Javelin is a ___ event (a) track (b) field (c) throw (d) none of the above
  5. Javelin is made up of the following parts except (a) metal head (b) shaft (c) wood (d) cord
  6. The three first phases of javelin are (a) run up, grip and carriage (b) grip, run up and carriage (c) carriage, run up and grip (d) grip, carriage and run up
  7. The three types of grips are (a) release, claw, index finger and finish grip (b) claw, recovering and tennis grip (c) claw grip, index finger and finish grip
  8. The following are facilities and equipment in javelin except (a) run way (b) sector (c) missile (d) arc
  9. ____ are competitions involving different track and field events, which athletes take part into test their ability in all events (a) joined events (b) combined event (c) sports (d) all of the above
  10. Pentathlon is a combined event true or false
  • Hepathlon is for only men true or false
  • The origin of the game of hockey can be traced to the activities of the ancient ____, ____ and ______ (a) Greeks, Romans and Persians (b) France, British colonials and Islam (c) Igbo, Akwa Ibom and Delta (d) none of the above
  1. Hockey game was introduced by the ___ into Nigeria (a) English colonial traders (b) English colonial sports (c) English colonial teachers (d) all of the above
  • The total of ___ players is needed in hockey game (a) 22 (b) 11 (c) 10 (d) 5
  • Cut caused by a sharp edged instrument is called ___ (a) contused wound (b) incised wound (c) injury (d) accident
  • ____ occurs when the skin is rubbed against a hard object leading to the scrapping off of the skin (a) abrasion (b) pain (c) bleeding (d) none of the above
  • The following are signs and symptoms of puncture except (a) discoloration (b) pain (c) bleeding (d) swelling
  • One of these is a sign L acerated wound (a) loss of skin (b) lack of skill (c) tenderness
  • Sprains are injuries of the ____ (a) spine (b) skull (c) joints (d) head
  • ___ is a break or crack in a bone (a) fracture (b) flucture (c) fracture (d) function

Section B-theory


  1. What do you under-stand by common sports injuries (ii) state five (5) examples of common sport injuries
  2. Write on the following, state their signs and symptoms and their first aid procedure (i) incised wound (ii) abrasion
  3. State 5 types of fracture that you know
  4. What is pole vault (ii) state two equipment of pole vault
  5. With the aid of a good diagram, list the parts of hockey stick

Class: JSS 3   Subject: Cultural and Creative Arts

Instruction: Answer all question in this section


  1. Nok arks are special works of art from a place called ____ (a) Benin (b) Ife (c) NOK (d) Abuja
  2. Nok village is situated between ___, ____ and ____ (a) Kaduna, Kanu and Laffia (b) Kaduna, Sokoto and Lagos
  3. Why is Nok arts called terracotas (a) they were made of hard baked mud (b) they were found in small terracotta monkey head (c) they were found in terracotta (d) they were made of soft baked mud
  4. ____ was the man who led in the mining operation of Nok arts (a) it coonel Joh Dent-young (b) James Donale (c) Anthony Francis (d) none of the above
  5. Igbo-Ukwu is a town in ____ state (a) Akwa (b) Ibom (b) Enugu (c) Abia (d) Anambra
  6. The beginning of contemporary art of modern art in Nigeria started with _____ (a) Ania Onabolu (b) Ljebu Ode (c) Jacquard Lorel (d) I don’t know
  7. ____ was one of the pioneer of art in Nigeria (a) Akinola Laseka (b) Laseko Akimole (c) Ijoma Igala (d) none of the above
  8. According to history, _____ was an Igbo Nigerian painter and sculplor born on 14th July, 1917 (a) Akinola (b) Ben Enweonwu (c) spencer Savage (d) Aina Onabolu
  9. ___ is one of the female pioneer artist of contemporary African art in Nigeria (a) Etsu Ngu (b) Ngozi Obakta (c) Nancy Ife (d) Ladi Ugbodaga
  • _____ was given the prophetic middle name Olande (a) Orangun (b) Lamidi (c) Odenzi (d) Agala
  • Olande means ____ (a) the carver has arrived (b) chief priest (c) God is good (d) none of the above
  • One of these is a prominent arts (a) Queen Elizabeth II of England Bronze statue (b) Motif (c) Mask (d) all of the above
  • ____ is a symbol which repeats throughout a design in rhythmic order (a) Motif (b) mutif (c) matif (d) metif
  1. _____are likely the earliest groups of west Africans to employ the lost wax casting technique in the production of bronze sculphures (a) Igbo-Ukwu (b) Ife (c) Benin
  • The following are types of motifs except (a) plant (b) figural (c) geometric (d) shape
  • ____ motif makes use of the images of known object such as cars, houses, chairs etc (a) floral (b) decorating (c) object (d) image
  • The following are display techniques except (a) license (b) fixing (c) categorizing (d) painting
  • ____ in art is the art of writing the alphabets of the English language to achieve legibility (a) writing (b) lettering (c) drawing (d) all of the above
  • ____ refers to the wedge-like ears that project at the tips of letters (a) serifs (b) san serif (c) style (d) coloring
  • The qualities of a good lettering include the following except (a) simplicity (b) legibility (c) spacing and outline (d) zig-zag wheel

Section B-theory


  1. What is lettering (ii) states the two types of letter in art
  2. Explain two methods of preparing art works display
  3. What is motif (ii) mention five types of motifs that you know
  4. Mention four contemporary Nigerian artist
  5. Mention 3 Nigerian traditional art form and their places of origin

 

Class: JSS 3   Subject: Agricultural Science

Instruction: Answer all question in this section


  1. ___ is a method engaged by farmers in the cultivation of crops and rearing of animals (a) agriculture (b) farming system (c) mixed farming (d) pastoral farming
  2. The following are types of farming system except (a) mixed farming (b) bush fallowing (c) pastoral farming (d) ranching farming
  3. ____ is another name for bush fallowing (a) shifting cultivation (b) normadic herding (c) ranching (d) lay farming
  4. The following are factors that affect farming system except (a) crop rotation (b) land tenure system (c) environmental factors (d) climate
  5. The process by which only one type of crop is grown on a piece of land (a) mixed cropping (b) crop rotation (c) monocropping (d) continuous cropping
  6. One out of the following is an advantage of mixed farming (a) animals dropping are used as manure to improve soil fertility (b) it helps to control build up of harmful insect or pest (c) it ensure constant supply of food for animals (d) it helps to reduce the risk of serious disease
  7. _____ refers to tools and implement drives by form of mechanical force to achieve some operation in the farm (a) farm machinery (b) farm plough (c) farm power (d) harvester
  8. ____ is the most important farm machinery used for operating other farm implements (a) fee mils (b) ploughs (c) tractor (d) cultivator
  9. The power to drive farm machines can come from any of the following except (a) oxen (b) man (c) dog (d) water
  • ____ is a powerful motorized machine driven by diesel or petrol engine (a) tractor (b) solar energy (c) engines (d) harrows
  • ____ is the type of agriculture by which farmers practice to feed themselves and their families (a) crop rotation (b) mixed farming (c) bush fallowing (d) subsistence agriculture
  • Rocks originates from pocket of hot molten mass called ____ (a) magma (b) mega (c) margma (d) markma
  • _____ are primary rocks formed from hot molten rock which has cooled and solidified (a) igneous rocks (b) sedimentary rocks (c) metamorphic rocks (d) physical weathering
  • ___ involves a change in the chemical composition of rock (a) chemical weathering (b) soil (c) topography (d) geography
  • ____ is the uppermost layer of the earth’s crust on which plants grow (a) soil (b) climate (c) rock (d) topography
  • The first stage of soil formation is accomplished by ____ (a) weathering process (b) watering process (c) withering process
  • ____ are building designed to serve a specific purpose on the farm so that farm operative are carried out more easily. (a) farm structure (b) grazing padlock (c) irrigation systems and dams (d) storage structure
  • The form of agriculture practiced by farmers depends on the following except (a) availability of labour (b) nearness of urban areas (c) size of the farmland (d) type of soil in the area
  • Which of the following soil components occupies 5% of a soil type (a) soil air (b) organic matter (c) inorganic matter (d) soil water
  • The slow cooling of molten magma results in the formation of ___ rock (a) metamorphic (b) organic (c) plutonic (d) volcanic

 


Section B-theory


  1. Define the term farming system (ii) state and explain the type of farming system
  2. What are farm machineries (ii) mention 5 examples of machinery
  3. State 3 ways by which farm machinery can be maintained
  4. What do you understand by farm structure and building
  5. State the types of farm structure and their uses.

 


Class: JSS 1   Subject: Agricultural science

Instruction: Answer all question in this section


  1. Agricultural science deals with ______ and ____ for man and industrial use (a) production of copper and rearing of animals (b) building and crop production (c) production of crops and rearing of animals (d) food production and minerals
  2. _____ is the type of agriculture practiced by farmers to feed themselves and their families (a) mixed farming (b) crop rotation (c) subsistence agriculture (d) bush fallowing
  3. The following are characteristics of commercial agriculture except one (a) production is for sale to make profit (b) agriculture is done on an expanse land (c) mixed farming system is practiced (d) monopoly is mostly practices
  4. ____ is the branch of agriculture that deals with the study of management and production of farm animals (a) animal science (b) animal production and management (c) horticulture (d) fishery
  5. The following are areas of agriculture except one (a) soil science (b) forestry (c) crop science (d) political science
  6. The term agriculture is derived from two latin words (a) agape and cultura (b) nunc dimittis and agar (c) secut and agar (d) agar and cultura
  7. The scientist that studies horticulture is called (a) sociologist (b) serologist (c) horticulturalist (d) horticulturist
  8. ____ is the scope of agriculture that deals the production of vegetables, fruits, cereals, roots etc (a) vegetable science (b) poultry production (c) crop production (d) forestry
  9. The production derived from livestock are listed except one (a) meat (b) milk (c) cashew nut (d) rug
  • The following are characteristics of commercial agriculture except one (a) mixed farming system is practiced (b) the production is done on large scale (c) monopoly cropping is mostly practice (d) agriculture is done on an expanse land
  • Apart from poultry, the following animals are the common livestock found in Nigeria except (a) sheep (b) pig (c) rabbits (c) eagle
  • Morphologically, agricultural products can be classified into (a) tropical and temperate crops (b) biennials and perennials (c) cereal and legumes (d) monocotyledon and dicotyledon
  • _____ are plants grown by man for a definite purpose (a) weed (b) crops (c) herbs (d) mango
  • _____ are herbaceous plant that have edible part (a) legumes (b) cereals (c) roots and tubers (d) vegetables
  • Cotton, sisal, kapok, kenaf are examples of ___ crops (a) spice (b) oil crops (c) fibre crops (d) vegetables
  • All grasses belongs to ____ type of plant (a) monocotyledon plant (b) dicotyledon plant (c) multicotyledon plant (d) trees and shrubs
  • ____ are crops which complete their life cycle within one year (a) cabbage (b) biennials (c) mango (d) annuals
  • Perennials are crops that take ____ years to complete their life cycle (a) many years (b) two years (c) three years (c) none of the above
  • Base on life cycle, trees and shrubs belongs to ______ (a) monocotyledon (b) dicotyledon (c) perennials (d) biennials
  • Tropical and temperas crops are examples of classification according to ____ (a) morphology (b) practical uses and food values (c) life span (d) geographical distribution

 


Section B- theory

Instruction: Answer only three (3) questions in this section.


  1. There are two type of agriculture, discuss
  2. State four (4) importance of agriculture and discuss on any two
  3. Mention the ways by which agricultural products can be classified
  4. Classify crops base on their life span giving three (3) examples each

Class: JSS 2   Subject: Agricultural science

Instruction: Answer all questions in this section


  1. ____ is the solid part of the earth’s crust, consisting of aggregates of mineral (a) rock (b) sedimentary (c) compost (d) soil
  2. Rock originates from pocket of hot molten mass called (a) magma (b) mega (c) margma (d) markma
  3. ____ are primary rocks formed from hot molten rock which has cooled and solidified (a) physical rocks (b) physical weathering (c) sedimentary rocks (d) metamorphic rocks
  4. Rock weathering is the ___ stage of soil formation (a) third stage (b) first stage (c) second stage (d) none of the above
  5. Wind, temperature, water are examples of ____ type of weathering (a) rock weathering (b) physical weathering (c) biological weathering (d) chemical weathering
  6. _____ involves a change in the chemical composition of rock (a) chemical weathering (b) topography (c) geography (d) soil
  7. The name given to weathering brought about by the activities of living organisms like plants, animals and man is called ____ (a) micro-organisms (b) human weathering (c) living things weathering (d) biological weathering
  8. ___ is the uppermost layer of the earth’s crust on which plants grows (a) soil (b) climate (c) topography (d) rock
  9. The first stage of soil formation is accomplished by ____ (a) waethring process (b) weathering process (c) withering process (d) weuthering process
  • The following are factors that affect soil formation except (a) soil air (b) parent material (c) climate (d) time
  • Soil organisms are classified under three groups, true/false
  • ____ is example of microflora (a) fungi (b) nematodes (c) rabbits (d) snake
  • The percentage composition of water in soil is (a) 20% (b) 25% (c) 23% (d) 21%
  • The vertical cross section through the soil showing horizons is called ____ (a) horizons (b) soil texture (c) soil profile (d) solid profile
  • ____ soil is covered by a layer of rotting organic matter (a) topsoil (b) subsoil (c) parent material (d) bed rock
  • Soil consist of the following except one (a) vegetable (b) inorganic constituents (c) organic matter (d) soil organisms
  • A soil is said to be fertile when it consist ____ (a) soil, manure, mineral, water and sand (b) water, air, mineral matter, organic matter and soil living organisms (c) rain water, fertilizer, sand, good plants, and insects (d) silt, clay, loamy, sand and air
  • The following are ways by which plant nutrients are lost except (a) leaching (b) aeration (c) erosion (d) burning
  • The two main methods of propagation are _____ and _____ (a) sexual and vegetable propagation (b) budding and cross breed propagation (c) grafting and layering propagation (d) rhizomes and corms propagation
  • _____ consists of a very short stem from which fibrous adventitious roots grow out (a) corms (b) suckers (c) bulbs (d) stem tubers

 


Section B – theory

Instruction: Answer only three (3) questions in this section.


  1. Explain the following terms (a) igneous rocks (b) sedimentary rocks (c) metamorphic rocks
  2. State and explain briefly the types of weathering giving examples where necessary
  3. State the components of soil and their percentage composition
  4. (a) What is propagation (b) State and differentiate the types of propagation that you know
  5. With the aid of diagram, illustrate soil profile showing its various horizons

 


Class: JSS 1   Subject: Creative and Cultural Art

Instruction: Answer all question in this section


  1. Art in general sense can be define as a means of ____ (a) self expression (b) creation (c) thinking (d) drawing
  2. The various techniques used in representing objects on surfaces include the following except (a) scratching (b) engraving (c) incised drawing (d) caving
  3. Art activities could be traced back to the ____who wrote and drew on ____ (a) early man, who wrote and drew on paper (b) early man, who wrote and drew on card (c) early man, who wrote and drew on rock surfaces (d) early man, who wrote and drew with pencil
  4. The following are branches of art except (a) sculpture arts (b) visual arts (c) performing arts (d) liberal arts
  5. One of these is a sub-class of visual arts (a) drawing (b) painting (c) fine arts (d) spray drawing
  6. ____ are arts which deals with sense of vision (a) visual art (b) liberal arts (c) performing art (d) painting
  7. _____ is the drawing of human being or drawing from a model (a) figure drawing (b) natural drawing (c) painting (d) landscape drawing
  8. _____ is a technique of applying colour to a flat surface which may be paper, boards or walls (a) painting (b) decoration (c) modeling (d) carving
  9. Materials used for painting includes all except (a) paper (b) brush different sizes (c) container (d) drawing bucket
  • The following are brands of colours except (a) water colour (b) poster colours (c) oil colour (d) kerosene colour
  • _____ involve putting together pieces of materials which can be joined by trying or welding (a) construction (b) textile (c) ceramics (d) building
  • The art of designing posters, greeting cards and calendar is called ___ (a) graphic design (b) auto card (c) excel (d) Microsoft
  • The art of making permanent object of usefulness by heat treatment using earth materials is ____ (a) photography (b) textile (c) ceramic (d) metal work
  • The art which deals with those who express their sense in drama, poetry, play writing, music or dancing is called ____ (a) performing arts (b) applied arts (c) architectural arts (d) liberal arts
  • ____ is the name given to a man who performs on stage (a) actor (b) actress (c) audience (d) crew
  • The following are techniques of drama creation except (a) play writing (b) story telling (c) songs (d) mime
  • The principles of art includes all except (a) variety (b) proportion (c) spiral (d) rhythm
  • ___ are colours that cannot be produced by mixing any other colour (a) primary colours (b) secondary colours (c) tertiary colour (d) intermediate colurs
  • Yellow + orange = _______ (a) yellowish orange (b) reddish orange (c) yellowish green (d) greenish orange
  • Example of warm colour is _______ (a) red (b) black (c) sky blue (d) navy blue (d) brown

Section B – theory

  1. State the principles of arts (ii) explain 2 principles mentioned above
  2. Colours are classified into 6, mention them and explains 2
  3. Differentiate between warm and cool colours giving three (3) examples each
  4. State the uses of art
  5. Define the term art (ii) discuss briefly origination of art

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