Exam Questions and Answers for Junior school Students(JSS1,2 &3)!

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Exam Questions and Answers for Junior school Students(JSS1)!

Class:             JSS1

Subject:        Business Studies

Answer all questions correctly

  1. All human beings have needs that must be satisfied. Any activity carried out in order to satisfy these needs is known as _____ (a)production (b) consumption (c) storage
  2. The aim of agriculture is to produce food and raw ____ (a) cassava (b) materials (c) yam
  3. Services of doctors to patients are ___ (a) indirect service (b) direct service (c) none of the above
  4. Factors of production are sometimes called _____
  5. Trade takes place when one thing is exchange for another and this types of trade is known as (a) trade by barter (b) home trade (c) foreign trade
  6. The trade that take place within a country is known as (a) foreign trade (b) home trade (c) export
  7. Insurance makes it possible for losses which result from different types of risks to be recovered. True or false
  8. The word “sole” mean
  9. The word “proprietorship” mean
  10. A partnership is a business owned by more than one person. True or false
  11. There are several types of co-operatives but the most common ones are producers co-operative and _______
  12. The word co-operative comes from the word co-operate which means working together in order to achieve a common purpose. True or false

Section B: answer five question only from this section

  1. (a) Define trade (b) mention two types of trade
  2. Mention three aids to trade
  3. Mention two advantages and disadvantages of sole proprietorship
  4. There are two types of partnership, namely__________
  5. There are several types of co-operatives but the most common ones are ______ and ____
  6. What is a co-operative enterprise?
  7. What is a company?

Class:             JSS2

Subject:        Business Studies

Answer all questions  correctly

  1. Cash consists of bank-notes, coins and cheques. True or false
  2. Transaction can be done either in cash or on credit. True or false
  3. Write shorthand sign for B
  4. Write shorthand sign for T
  5. The shorthand sign for N is ____ (a)
  6. One of these is not a stationery materials (a) paper (b) spoon (c)pen
  7. One of these is a service that aid trade (a) banking (b) exercise (c) reading
  8. Advertising is a means of bringing to the notice of consumers he existence of a product and also creating awareness for new ones. True or false
  9. When people travel from their place of residence to another for recreation purposes in another is known as ____ (a) banking (b) tourism (c) insurance
  10. Account book is otherwise known as _____ (a) cashbook (b) item book (c) cheque
  11. 5% of N 100 is (a) N 20 (b) N 5 (c) N 10
  12. Find 10% of N 200 (a) N 20 (b) N 15 (c) N 10

Section B: answer five questions only from this section

  1. Define ledger
  2. What is a cashbook?
  3. What do you understand by insurance?
  4. There are services that facilitate or help trade. They include the following: mention them
  5. What is cheque use for?
  6. Mention and explain two forms of trade that you know
  7. Mention three types of cashbook

Class:             JSS1

Subject:        Basic Technology

Answer all questions correctly

  1. Technical drawing is a graphic ‘language’ which describes or conveys by means of drawing that which has been produced. (true or false)
  2. Technical drawing is an accepted medium of communication in all phase of building, engineering and construction. True or false
  3. One of these is a drawing instrument (a) protractor (b) machete (c) scissors
  4. One of these is a wood work hand tools (a) table (b) cutting and paring tools (c) bag
  5. One of these is a wood work hand tools (a) diagonal scale (b) plane scale (c) full scale
  6. Scale drawing is the profess of drawing in which you either enlarge or reduce the object through dimensioning (true or false
  7. A piece of instrument or equipment that you hold to do a particular types of work or perform a specific task is known as ___ (a) boot (b) tool (c) wood
  8. The engineers divider is made from high carbon __ (a) steel (b) surface (c) paper
  9. Rip saw is use for ____ (a) cutting (b) smoothing (c) digging
  10. Jack planes are made in lengths of 350mm-380mm long (true or false)
  11. Boring tools are used to cut holes in wood (true or false)
  12. Mathematically, force is represented as _____ (a) f=md (b) f-ma (c) f=mm

Section B: answer five questions only from this section

  1. What is a tool?
  2. Mention four wood work hand tools that you know
  3. Mention 3 types of screw driver
  4. Define wood work hand tools
  5. State four examples of driving tools
  6. Work done is define mathematically as ____
  7. Mention 4 forms of energy

Class:             JSS2

Subject:        Basic Technology

Answer all questions correctly

  1. ______ is a plane figure bounded by a curved line called the circumference (a) circle (b) angle (c) triangle
  2. A tangent is a straight line which touches the circumference (true or false)
  3. Any straight line drawn across the circle, meeting the circumference at both end is called (a) tangent(b) cord (c) radius
  4. ____ is a straight line draw through the centre meeting the circumference at both end (a) diameter (b) circle (c) triangle
  5. A triangle as its name implies, gas three angles (true or false)
  6. The sum of the three angles of any triangle is (a) 600 (b) 1800 (c) 3600
  7. Pentagon has how many sides (a) 5 sides (b) 8 sides (c) 4 sides
  8. Quadrilateral may be defined as a plane figure bounded by four straight sides (true or false)
  9. Octagon has _____ sides (a) 7 sides (b) 8 sides (c) 9 sides
  10. _____ is a plane figure formed by joining three or more straight sides (a) polygon (b) decagon (c) pentagon
  11. The amount of space contained within the boundary of a figure is called ___ (a) square (b) area (c) rectangle
  12. A radius is a straight line drawn from the centre of the circumference (true or false

Section B

  1. Mention three parts of circle that you know
  2. Define tangent
  3. Draw a circle of radius 35mm and label three main parts
  4. Explain what you understand by equilateral triangle
  5. Define polygon
  6. A polygon called decagon has how many sides
  7. The amount of space contained within the boundary of a figure is called _____

Class:             JSS1

Subject:        Civic Education

Answer all questions correctly

  1. In Nigeria coat of arms, the red eagle represents national strength and pride (true or false)
  2. One of these is a major ethnic group in Nigeria (a) Hausa (b) Efik (b) Ibibio
  3. Igbo are found in which geo-political zone in Nigeria (a) south-south (b) south east (c) north central
  4. NYSC means ____________________________
  5. In ‘Wazobia’ zo means _______________________
  6. From question number 5 which ethnic group in Nigeria use “ZO” (a) Hausa (b) Edo (c) Edoma
  7. Democracy is from a Greek word (true or false)
  8. One of the characteristics of democracy is that power emanates from the people (true or false)
  9. In democracy “Demos” means __________________
  10. The strong love and feeling for one’s country is called (a) infatuation (b) nationalism (c) nepotism
  11. Nigerian national flag is a symbol of authority and an instrument of state power. (true or false)
  12. Who gave the name Nigeria (a) Miss Flora Shaw (b) Frederick Lugard (c) Michael Gowon

Section B: answer five questions only from this section

  1. Define national consciousness
  2. Mention 4 national identity that you know
  3. Mention 5 states that you know in the northern Nigeria
  4. The 3 major ethnic group in Nigeria are ____
  5. What is national unity?
  6. Define democracy
  7. Mention 3 form of democracy

Class:             JSS2

Subject:        Civic Education

Answer all questions correctly

  1. The rule of law means that the action of government must be according to the laws of the land (true or false)
  2. One of these is a punishment for breaking the law (a) imprisonment (b) bearing (c) running
  3. Judiciary is the third arms of government (true or false)
  4. What is the duty of the legislative arm of government (a) they make money (b) they make law (c) they enforce law
  5. The judiciary is often said to be the last hope of the common man (true or false)
  6. What is the full meaning of EFCC
  7. Law means the whole system of rules that everyone must not obey (true or false)
  8. What is the full meaning of NDLEA
  9. When a person is found guilty of an offence, he may be given a option to pay five (true or false)
  10. Is human trafficking encourage by law (yes or no
  11. Uneducated people are often ignorant of the constitution and are therefore ignorant of their rights (true or false)
  12. What is the full meaning of NAFDAC

Section B: answer five questions only from this section

  1. Define law
  2. What do you understand by the rule of law?
  3. Mention 3 arms of government that you know
  4. What is a consumer?
  5. State 3 universal rights of a consumer
  6. State 3 principles upon which the rule of law is based
  7. Mention 4 punishment for breaking law

Class:             JSS1

Subject:        Physical and Health Education

Answer all questions correctly

  1. One of these is a pollutant (a) sewage (b) orange (c) book
  2. For water to be regarded as good, it must have the following quality (a) it must not be colourless (b) it must be odourless (c) it must not be tasteless
  3. One of these is a method of purifying water (a) boiling (b) addition of salt (c) addition of colour
  4. Physical fitness is the ability of an individual to carryout daily activities (true or false)
  5. _____ is a physical fitness component (a) torch (b) muscular strength (c) book keeping
  6. Flexibility is the range of motion of movement within a joint (true or false)
  7. To enjoy life and live well, a person has to be physically fir (true or false)
  8. One of these is a factor that promote physical fitness (a) nutrition (b) mal-nutrition (c) cooking
  9. Safety precautions are steps taken to avoid accidents and injuries while taking part in exercise (true or false)
  10. Human movement can be divided into _____ group (a) one (b) three (c) four
  11. Examples of locomotor movements include the following except (a) walking (b) fighting (c) running
  12. Recreation is voluntary participation in sporting activities by individuals at their free or leisure time (true or false)

Section B: answer five questions only from this section

  1. Mention 4 pollutants that you know
  2. State 3 qualities of good water
  3. Define physical fitness
  4. Mention 4 importance of physical fitness
  5. State 4 factors that promote physical fitness
  6. All human movement can be divided into 3 groups. Mention them
  7. State 3 examples of creative movements

Class:             JSS2

Subject:        Physical and Health Education

Answer all questions correctly

  1. Gymnastics are skilled and controlled physical exercises that are designed to improve the quality of the body’s function (true or false)
  2. One of this is a gymnastic apparatus (a) horizontal ladder (b) truck (c) wheel barrow
  3. ____ is a safety precaution when doing exercise (a) don’t laugh (b) provide first aid material (c) don’t drink water
  4. ____ is one of the classes of apparatus activities (a) parallel bars (b) gymnastic (c) cartwheel
  5. Spotting is the giving of assistance during gymnastics (true or false)
  6. General safety precautions in gymnastics are not important (true or false)
  7. Recreational activities can be performed either indoors or outdoors (yes or false)
  8. ____ is an example of indoor recreational activities (a) running (b) ludo (c) driving
  9. Picnicking is taking a pleasure trip on which food is carried to be eaten outdoors (true or false)
  10. Camp routing activities include the following except (a) fighting (b) cooking (c) dancing
  11. ____ is a particular set of movements performed to music (a) dance (b) running (c) jumping
  12. The computer is an electronic device that can accept, process, store and retrieve information or data when needed. (true or false)

Section B: answer five questions only from this section

  1. What is gymnastic?
  2. Mention 4 classification of gymnastic apparatus
  3. State 3 general gymnastic safety precaution
  4. Define leisure
  5. Define recreation
  6. Recreational activities can be performed either _____ or ____
  7. What is picnicking?

Class:             JSS1

Subject:        I.C.T

Answer all questions correctly

  1. The standard rules and conducts that all computer users must obey when using the computer is known as ____ (a) computer ethics (b) computer fraud (c) computer data
  2. The computer laboratory, is also called ____ (a) computer station (b) computer room (c) computer area
  3. Computer rooms should be located in a convenient place (true or false)
  4. One of these is a laboratory rule (a) switch off equipment when not in use (b) smoking should be encourage (c) fighting should be encourage
  5. Voltage stabilizer is always provided to control ____ (a) voltage of the electric current that enter the equipment (b) current that flow through the wire (c) voltage that enters the transformer
  6. UPS means _____
  7. There should be appropriate lighting system in the computer room to avoid unnecessary ____ (a) fighting (b) accident (c) booting
  8. ____ is a computer network that links computers together (a) internet (b) opera (c) chrome
  9. Computer is not a machine that is programmed to automatically accept data, process it, store and print out result (true or false)
  10. The following are I.C.T tools except (a) window (b) computer (c) satellite
  11. Yahoo mail is used mainly for ___ (a) sending and receiving mails (b) playing games (c) chatting only
  12. Receive e-mail message can be found in (a) outbox (b) inbox (c) send box

Section B: answer five questions only from this section

  1. Define computer ethics
  2. What is computer laboratory?
  3. EFT means_____________
  4. What do you understand by internet?
  5. Define teleconferencing
  6. Write short note on ‘Abacus’
  7. What do you understand by artificial intelligence (A.I)?

Class:             JSS2

Subject:        I. C. T

Answer all questions correctly

  1. Yahoo mail is used mainly for ____ (a) sending and receiving mails (b) playing games (c) chatting only
  2. Receive e-mail message can be found in outbox (b) inbox (c) sent box
  3. A computer program can also be viewed as sequence of instructions for the computer to follow when executing tasks (true or false)
  4. There are _____ types of programming language (a) two (b) three (c) four
  5. Abacus was the first analytical engine in form of the present day computer (true or false)
  6. ____ is an electrical pathway through which the processor sends data and commands to all peripheral devices. (a) address bus (b) bus (c) button bar
  7. A group of adjacent bits configured to represent character or symbol is called (a) byte (b) bit (c) bus
  8. Data is the representations of facts, raw materials for information (true or false)
  9. In writing a program this “MOD” means ________
  10. In writing a computer program this sign * means _______
  11. Ethics are set standards or rules that guide the operations of people in an organization (true or false
  12. What is the full meaning of UPS

Section B: answer five questions only from this section

  1. What is computer ethics?
  2. Mention two types of programming languages we have
  3. What is computer program?
  4. State 4 characteristics of a good program?
  5. What do you understand by C.P.U and what is another name for it.
  6. Sketch digital signal and analogy signal
  7. Mention 3 ways of misusing computer and the internet

Class:             JSS1

Subject:        Mathematics

Answer all questions correctly

  1. A  _____ is a rectangle in which all the sides are the same length (a) square (b) triangle (c) isosceles triangle
  2. A pentagon has how many sides (a) six (b) five (c) four
  3. Calculate the perimeter of a square of side 12cm (a) 48cm (b) 20cm (c) 40cm
  4. Calculate the perimeter of a football field which measures 20m by 10m (a) 250m (c) 60m (c) 105m
  5. Express 2/3  as a decimal (a) 0.6666 (b) 0.5434 (c) 0.789
  6. Express 1/3 as a decimal (a) 0.67 (b) 0.33 (c) 0.24
  7. Express 0.45 as a fraction (a) 45/100 (b) 45/1000 (c) 45/2000
  8. Express 5% as  a decimal (a) 0.45 (b) 0.05 (c) 0.07
  9. A rectangular piece of land measure ____ 25m by 15m. What is the perimeter of the land (a) 80m (b) 40m (c) 60m
  10. Any straight line joining the centre of the circle to the circumference is called ____ (a) chord (b) radius (c) diameter
  11. _____ is the curve outer boundary of the circumference (a) circumference (b) sector (c) segment
  12. A square lawn has a perimeter of 56m. Find the length of the side of the lawn (a) 15m (b) 14m (c) 12m

Section B: answer five questions only from this section

  1. Calculate the perimeter of a basket ball field which measure 80m by 50m
  2. What is the angles between the hour hand and the minutes hand of the clock as 1 0’clock
  3. Draw a circle of 40mm using your compass and name all the parts in it
  4. Using number line, solve 1+5
  5. Draw a regular hexagon ABCDEF, using 1.6cm
  6. Simplify -3+2-4+7
  7. Express 2/3  as a decimal

Class:             JSS2

Subject:        C.R.K

Answer all questions correctly

  1. Who is a disciple?
  2. Name the first four disciples
  3. The word Christian means _____ (a) Christ like (b) teacher (c) bishop
  4. What was the occupation of Simon Peter before meeting Jesus
  5. John, Peter, Jeremiah and Etim were all disciples of Jesus Christ (true or false)
  6. Jesus said to _____ do not be afraid henceforth you will be catching men (a) Isaiah (b) Simon Peter (c) Jeremiah
  7. What was the first temptation of Jesus Christ after 40 days  and 40 night fasting and prayers
  8. One of the disciples of Jesus Christ was a tax collector before meeting Jesus (true or false)
  9. John 3:16 says what
  10. Christians use bible while Moslem use ______
  11. The beatitudes describe the state of people who are truly happy in the kingdom of God (true or false)
  12. The rule of God in our hearts demand that we behave in a responsible way (true or false)
  13. ____ is our life of initiation into the Christian community (a) baptism (b) song (c) dance
  14. Who denied Jesus 3 times (a) John (b) Peter (c) Andrew
  15. Who baptized Jesus Christ?

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