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ACCOUNTS:- Principles of Accounts
1. The term “accounting period” is used to refer to the
A. time span during which taxes are paid to the inland revenue board
B. budget period, usually one year, relied on by the accountant
C. time span, usually one year, covered by financial statement
D. period within which debtors are expected to settle accounts

2. Assigning revenues to the accounting period in which goods were sold or services rendered and expenses incurred is known as
A. passing of entries
B. consistency convention
C. matching concept
D. adjusting for revenue

3. The accounting convention which states that profit must not be recognized until realized while all losses should be adequately provided for it termed
A. materiality
B. objectivity
C. consistency
D. conservatism

4. Accounting information is used by investors and creditors of a company to predict
A. future cash flows of the company
B. future tax payments of the company
C. potential merger candidates for the company
D. appropriate remunerations for the company’s staff

5. Antics Electronic Company recently bought six generators. Which of the following is the correct method of recording this transaction?
A. Debit generator account and credit cash account
B. Debit purchases account and credit cash account
C. Debit cash accounts and credit purchases account
D. Debit cash account and credit generator account

BIOLOGY:
1. A plant which grows on another plant without apparent harm to the host plant is called
A. a parasite
B. an epiphyte
C. a saprophyte
D. a predator
E. a hermaphrodite

2. Given the equation:
6CO 2 + 6H 2 O C 6 H 12 O 6 + 6O 2 {Under sunlight & Chlorophyll)
The process represented by the above equation is
A. proteinsynthesis
B. respiration
C. photosynthesis
D. transpiration
E. translocation

3. Given the equation:
6CO 2 + 6H 2 O C 6 H 12 O 6 + 6O 2 {Under sunlight & Chlorophyll)
The oxygen given of during the above process is derived from
A. sunlight
B. chlorophyll
C. carbon dioxide
D. atmosphere
E. water

4. One of the function of xylem is
A. strengthening the stem
B. manufacturing food
C. reducing loss of water
D. conducting manufactured food
E. storing unused sugar

5. People suffering from myopia
A. can see near object clearly
B. can see far away object clearly
C. cannot see any object clearly
D. are colour blind
E. are able to see clearly in the dark

CHEMISTRY:
1. Which of the following statements is NOT correct?
A. The average kinetic energy of a gas is directly proportional to its temperature
B. At constant tempearture, the volume of a gas increases as the pressure increases
C. The pressure of a gas is inversely proportional to its volume
D. The temperature of a gas is directly proportional to its volume
E. The collisions of molecules with each other are inelastic

2. Zinc Oxide is a
A. Basic Oxide
B. Acidic Oxide
C. Amphoteric Oxide
D. Neutral Oxide
E. Reactive Oxide

3. When sodium chloride and metallic sodium are each dissolved in water
A. both processes are exothermic
B. both processes are endothermic
C. the dissolution of metallic sodium is endothermic
D. the dissolution of metallic sodium is exothermic
E. the dissolution of sodium chloride is explosive

4. The periodic classification of elements is an arrangement of the elements in order of their
A. Atomic Weights
B. Isotopic Weights
C. Molecular Weights
D. Atomic Numbers
E. Atomic Masses

5. In the reaction between sodium hydroxide and sulphuric acid solutions, what volume of 0.5 molar sodium hydroxide would exactly neutralise 10cm 3 of 1.25 molar sulphuric acid?
A. 5cm 3
B. 10cm 3
C. 20cm 3
D. 25cm 3
E. 50cm 3

CHRISTIAN RELEGIOUS KNOWLEDGE (CRK)
1. Abraham is portrayed in the bible as
A. The miracle worker
B. The lion of Judah
C. The giver of the laws
D. The father of the faithful
E. The almighty prophet of Jehova

2. Moses led the children of Israel through the
A. Sahara desert
B. Lion’s Den
C. Dead sea
D. valley of the shadow of death
E. Red sea

3. Which of the following people was one of the outstanding kings of Israel after the falling of the Kingdom?
A. King herold
B. Pharoah
C. Sennacherib
D. Jeroboam
E. Tiglath-Pileser

4. Who among the following was sold to the Ishaemlites because of his dreams?
A. Moses
B. Joseph
C. Jacob
D. Ishmael
E. Minahem of Israel

5. The ten commandments were delivered to the Israelites through Moses while they were
A. In Egypt
B. In the Land of Midian
C. At Mount Sinai
D. In the promised land
E. Near Jericho

COMMERCE:
1. Commerce is defined as the study of how
A. man utilizes the resources in his physical environment
B. man produces, distributes and consumes his goods and services
C. man buys, sells and distributes goods and services
D. raw materials are changed into finished goods

2. The type of activity which turns processed raw materials into consumer andindustrial goods is described as
A. extractive
B. manufacturing
C. constructive
D. processing

3. The production process that combines two or more raw materials into one end product is
A. conditioning
B. blending
C. merging
D. synthesis

4. A demonstration of social responsibility by a business is the payment of
A. taxes to government
B. dividends to shareholders
C. interests on loans
D. premium on insurance

5. A distinguishing characteristics of a limited liability company is that it
A. is a collection of many sole proprietors
B. is a multiple partnership
C. can sue and be sued
D. has limited resources

ECONOMICS:
1. Suppose that the equilibrium price of an article is N5.00 but the government fixes the price by law at N4.00, the supply will be
A. The same as equilibrium supply
B. Greater than equilibrium supply
C. Less than the equilibrium supply
D. Determined later by government
E. None of these

2. A budget deficit means
A. That a country is buying more than is selling
B. That a country is selling more than is buying
C. That a government is spending more than in takes in taxation
D. That a government is spending less than it takes in taxation
E. That a government is spending as much as it takes in taxation

3. When elasticity is zero, the demand curve is
A. Perfectly elastic
B. Perfectly inelastic
C. Concave
D. Downward slopping
E. Circular

4. The following is NOT a reason for the existence of small firms
A. Scale of production is limited by size of the market
B. Expansion brings diminishing returns
C. Large firms can carter for wide markets
D. Small firms can provide personal services
E. All of the above

5. Inferior goods are referred to in Economics as goods
A. Whose quality is low
B. Consumed by very poor people
C. Whose consumption falls when cunsumers’ income rises
D. Which satisfy only the basic needs
E. None of the above

ENGLISH LANGUAGE
1. Choose the option that best conveys the meaning of the underlined portion in the following sentence;
In the match against the uplanders team, the sub mariners turned out to be the dark horse
A. played most brilliantly
B. played below their usual form
C. won unexpectedly
D. lost as expected
E. won as expected

2. Choose the option that best conveys the meaning of the underlined portion in the following sentence;
Only the small fry get punished for such social misdemeanours
A. small boys
B. unimportant people
C. frightened people
D. frivolous people
E. inexperienced people

3. Choose the option that best conveys the meaning of the underlined portion in the following sentence;
He spoke with his heart in his mouth
A. courageously
B. with such unusual cowardice
C. with a lot of confusion in his speech
D. without being able to make up his mind
E. with fright and agitation

4. Choose the option that best conveys the meaning of the underlined portion in the following sentence;
The leader in today’s issue of our popular newspaper focuses on inflation
A. president
B. headline
C. editorial
D. columnist
E. proprietor

5. Choose the option that best conveys the meaning of the underlined portion in the following sentence;
From the ways my friend talks, you can see he is such a bore
A. rude
B. brilliant
C. uninteresting
D. overbearing
E. humorous

GEOGRAPHY:
1. Which of the following phenomena is not directly related to the revolution of the earth?
A. seasonal changes
B. varrying duration of sunshine hours
C. unequal solar radiation on the earth’s surface
D. night and day
E. the tropics

2. Which pair of activities would you NOT find in an equatorial climate?
1. commercial grain farming. 2. rice cultivation. 3. lumbering. 4. plantation agriculture. 5. dry farming
A. 1 and 2
B. 2 and 5
C. 3 and 4
D. 1 and 5
E. 2 and 3

3. Inter-regional trade between countries in West Africa is promoted mainly by
A. relationship with former colonial rulers
B. production of similar goods
C. deliberate government policies in recent times
D. competition among the nations in Africa
E. frequent changes in government of different countries

4. Which statement is NOT true of the middle belt in Nigeria?
A. the soil is productive
B. the population is sparse
C. there are insect pests and disease carriers
D. mineral resources can be found there
E. none of the above

5. Which of the following zones is the least industrialized in Nigeria?
A. Lokoja-Ajaokuta
B. Lagos-Ikeja
C. Port harcourt-Aba
D. Kaduna-Zaria
E. Abeokuta-Ibadan

GOVERNMENT:
1. Power differs from influence in that it is
A. persuasive while influence is directive
B. coercive while influence is harmful
C. coercive while influence is persuasive
D. arrogant while influence is corruptive

2. The standing committee of a legislature is one
A. whose member stand while delibrating
B. that has statutory responsibities
C. that perform ad hoc functions
D. that has legislators as members.

3. Where the constitution is supreme,unconstitutional acts of the executive and the the legislature can be checked by the courts through
A. recall
B. judicial review
C. vote of no confidence
D. impeachment.

4. The central decision-making organ of a confederation is made up of
A. technocrats appointed by the units
B. politicians elected from the confederal constituencies
C. politicians nominated by the government of member states
D. representatives of pressure groups.

5. Which of the following is true of a parliamentary system of government?
A. clear seperation of government organs.
B. strict operation of bicameral legislature.
C. removal of government by impeachment.
D. adherence to majority rule.

LITERATURE IN ENGLISH:
1. Romeo and Juliet is a tragedy because
A. it is full of noblemen and ladies
B. it is set in Verona
C. it ends unhappily
D. Juliet is only fourteen years old
E. it has five acts

2. Essentially,plays are meant
A. to be read for sheer pleasure
B. to make us laugh
C. to be presented on stage through words and actions
D. to keep people out of trouble
E. to change the whole world

3. In ‘Fulani Cattle’ J.P Clark expresses
A. the anger and sympathy he feels at seeing cattle driven all the way from the North to the South of Nigeria to be slaughtered
B. admiration for the beauty of Fulani cattle
C. grief at the gradual destruction of this fine breed of cattle
D. the joy of the cattle at being driven over pleasant fields
E. the idea that more cattle should be taken to the South to be slaughtered

4. Dinny,Lippy,Steepy and Fatty are characters in
A. Kossoh Town Boy
B. Kontiki Expedition
C. Tell Freedom
D. The Concubine
E. No Longer at Ease

5. In on of the three jugs
The three jugs where on certain evenings return the tranquil souls,
the breaths of the ancestors,
the ancestors who were men,
the ancestors who were sages,
Mother has dipped three fingers
three fingers of her left hand:
thumb,forefinger and middle finger
i have dipped three fingers
three fingers of my right hand:thumb,forefinger and middle finger.
(From “Viaticum”by B.Diop)
In this poem,the repetitive pattern suggests
A. pain,agony, and misery
B. ritual or established form of worship
C. the love of a mother for her child
D. the beauty of the full moon
E. the glorious lives of our ancestors

MATHEMATICS:
1. Look at this series: 2, 1, (1/2), (1/4), … What number should come next?
A. (1/3)
B. (1/8)
C. (2/8)
D. (1/16)
E. (1/32)

2. A group of market women sell at least one of yam, plantain and maize. 12 of them sell maize, 10 sell yam and 14 sell plantain. 5 sell plantain and maize, 4 sell yam and maize, 2 sell yam and plantain only while 3 sell all thethree items. How many women are in the group?
A. 25
B. 19
C. 18
D. 17

3. If log 10 to base 8 = X, evaluate log 5 to base 8 in terms of X.
A. (1/2)X
B. X-(1/4)
C. X-(1/3)
D. X-(1/2)

4. Find the value of X if √2/(X+√2) = 1/(X-√2)
A. 3√2+4
B. 3√2-4
C. 3-2√2
D. 4+2√2

5. If {(a 2 b -3 c) (3/4) )/a -1 b 4 c 5 } = a p b q c r . What is the value of p+2q?
A. (5/2)
B. -(5/4)
C. -(25/4)
D. -10

PHYSICS:
1. The inner diameter of a test tube can be measured accurately using a
A. micrometer screw guage
B. pair of dividers
C. metre rule
D. pair of vernier calipers

2. Two bodies have masses in the ratio 3:1. They experience forces which impart to them acceleration in the ratio 2:9 respectively. Find the ratio of forces the masses experienced.
A. 1 : 4
B. 2 : 1
C. 2 : 3
D. 2 : 5

3. Particles of mass 10 -2 kg is fixed to the tip of a fan blade which rotates with angular velocity of 100rad -1 . If the radius of the blade is 0.2m, the centripetal force is
A. 2 N
B. 20 N
C. 200 N
D. 400 N

4. A lead bullet of mass 0.05kg is fired with a velocity of 200ms -1 into a lead block of mass 0.95kg. Given that the lead block can move freely, the final kinetic energy after impact is
A. 50 J
B. 100 J
C. 150 J
D. 200 J

5. A bullet of mass 0.1kg is thrown vertically upwards with a speed of 10ms -1 from the top of a tower 10m high. Neglecting air resistance, its total energy just before hitting the ground is
(take g = 10ms -2 )
A. 5 J
B. 10 J
C. 15 J
D. 20 J

ACTIVE CLASS:
10. Diastema in Herbivores is caused by lack of________________

A. Incissor
B. Molar
C. Pre-Molar
D. Cannine

Answer: D- Cannine

9. In the question below choose the option nearest in meaning to the word(s)or phrase CAPITALIZED:
I think i’ll like to REITRATE the points earlier made.
A. withdraw
B. change
C. challenge
D. repeat

Answer: D. Repeat
Reitrate Means: Say something again or a number or times, typically for emphasis or clarity

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8. The Removal Of Undigested Food Is Known as_______________

A. Digestion
B. Excretion
C. Egestion
D. Secretion

Answer: C. Egestion

7. Question Class: English
Question: Select the option that best explains the information conveyed in the sentence.
His comment was not printable ?
A. punishable
B. suitable
C. offensive
D. unfair

Answer: B. suitable

6. Question Class: English
Question: Select the option that best explains the information conveyed in the sentence.
We have every need to preserve some of our national monuments for posterity ?
A. prosperity
B. future
C. national pride
D. collective gain

Answer: B Future

5. Question Class: English
Question: Choose the option nearest in meaning to the CAPITALIZED word(s).
His AMNESIA has affected his career?
A. loss of focus
B. loss of sight
C. loss of memory
D. loss of direction

Answer: C. loss of memory

4. Question Class: Government
Question: Which of the following is true of a parliamentary system of government?
A. clear separation of government organs.
B. strict operation of bicameral legislature.
C. removal of government by impeachment.
D. adherence to majority rule.

Answer: C. removal of government by impeachment.

3. Question Class: Economics
Question: Inferior goods are referred to in Economics as goods

A. Whose quality is low
B. Consumed by very poor people
C. Whose consumption falls when cunsumers’ income rises
D. Which satisfy only the basic needs
E. None of the above

Answer: C. Whose consumption falls when cunsumers’ income rises

2. Question Class: Biology
Question: A plant which grows on another plant without apparent harm to the host plant is called
A. a parasite
B. an epiphyte
C. a saprophyte
D. a predator
E. a hermaphrodite

Answer: Epiphyte

1. Question Class: English
Question: Choose the option nearest in meaning to the Capitalized word(s).
There must be something SINISTER about her late arrival?
A. reasonable
B. joyful
C. hopeful
D. ominous

Answer: Ominous
• Sinister, Meaning: 1. Giving the impression that something harmful or evil is happening or will happen
2. Wicked or criminal
• Ominous, Meaning: Meaning: portending evil or harm; foreboding; threatening; inauspicious: an ominous bank of dark clouds.

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