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COMPREHENSION
:br Read each passage carefully and answer the questions that follow it.

It was summer, early afternoon. Jim ran into the station. The 4.30 train was about to leave. As he ran along the platform he saw a girl just ahead of him. She was young -- about his age. He followed her into a carriage and sat down opposite her. She took out a magazine and was reading it. He took out a book and pretended to do the same. After a minute he looked up and smiled at her. She didn’t smile back but gave him an encouraging look. Both returned to their reading but this time she was pretending too. He found her attractive and wanted to see her again. But how to arrange it?. He had an idea. He took an old envelope out of his pocket and wrote the following words: ‘Hallo! My number is 123-4567 and my name is Jim. I would very much like to see you again. Ring me at nine.’ The train arrived at the terminal. Without looking at the girl, he handed her the envelope, or rather threw it at her, and jumped off the train. When he got home he made himself a cup of coffee and wondered… perhaps she was one of those naturally friendly people who smile at everybody. He was listening to the radio when the telephone rang… it was only Umaru. Nine o’clock, then 9;30 and no telephone call from the girl. Feeling miserable he went to bed early. It was a foggy morning. ‘Hallo, is that Jim? This is Joan. You…’ It was two minutes past nine.


1.On the train Jim was

A. reading a book
B. staring at the girl
C. pretending to read
D. looking through a magazine
E. reading a newspaper.

Select your answer

A

B

C

D


2. He wanted to see the girl again because

A. it was summer
B. she was attractive
C. he wanted to read her magazine
D. she smiled at him
E. they had agreed to meet.

Select your answer

A

B

C

D


3. He hoped to arrange a date with her by

A. writing a letter to her
B. ringing her up
C. waiting at the station
D. handing in a short note in a hurry
E. sending a telegram.
Select answer

A

B

C

D


4. That evening he had a telephone call from

A. his colleague, Umaru
B. the girl he met on the train
C. the railway authorities
D. nobody at all

A

B

C

D


5. The source of misunderstanding was

A. his natural shyness
B. the station clock being out of order
C. the time given by Jim -- 9 o’clock p.m.?
D. the foggy morning
E. Jim’s faulty wrist watch.

A

B

C

D


In questions 6 to 10 choose the expression or word which best completes each sentence.
6. .The student who went home without an exeat has apologized........… his misconduct

A. on
B. at
C. to
D. for
E. about.

Select answer

A

B

C

D


7. The man has atoned... his sins.

A. upon
B. on
C. for
D. at
E. against.

Select answer

A

B

C

D


8. The Headmaster was interviewed in connection.. the expansion project.
A. to
B. with
C. for
D. about
E. at.

Select answer

A

B

C

D


9. What do you want me to do now? I’m…. withdrawing and keeping quiet
.
A. for
B. with
C. up
D. off
E. on.

Select answer

A

B

C

D


10. I am looking …. seeing your family.

A. ahead at
B. forward to
C. forward on
D. for to

E. ahead to.

CHEMISTRY
1. The movement of liquid molecules from the surface of the liquid gaseous phase above it is known as

A. Brownian movement
B. Condensation
C. Evaporation
D. Liquefaction

A

B

C

D



2. What mass of a divalent metal M (atomic mass= 40) would react with excess hydrochloric acid to liberate 22 cm3 of dry hydrogen gas measured as S.T.P?

A.8.0 g
B.4.0 g
C.0.8 g
D.0.4 g [ G. M. V = 22.4 dm3]

A

B

C

D


3. How much of magnesium is required to react with 250cm3 of 0.5 M HCl?

A.0.3 g
B.1.5 g
C.2.4 g
D.3.0 g [Mg = 24]


A

B

C

D



200cm3 of oxygen diffuse through a porous plug in 50 seconds. Hoe long will 80 cm3 of methane (CH4) take to diffuse through the same porous plug under the same conditions?

A. 20 sec
B. 20 second
C.14 second
D.7 sec [C = 12, O = 16, H = 1]

A

B

C

D



5. The relationship between the velocity (U) of gas molecules and their relative molecule mass (M) is shown by the equation

AÛ = (kM) ½
B.Û = (kM)2
C.Û = k m
DÛ = (k/m) ½

A

B

C

D



An element with atomic number twelve is likely to be

A.electrovalent with a valency of 1
B.electrovalent with a valency of 2
C.covalent with a valency of 2
D.covalent with a valency of 4

A

B

C

D



7. Which of the following group of physical properties increases form left to right of the periodic table? 1 lonization energy 2 Atomic radius 3Electronegativity 4 Electron affinity

A.1 and 2
B.1, 2 and 3
C.3 and 4
D.1, 2, 3 and 4

A

B

C

D



8. When 50 cm3 of a saturated solution of sugar (molar mass 342.0 g) at 40oC was evaporated to dryness, 34.2 g dry of solid was obtained. The solubility of sugar of 40oC is

A.10.0 moles dm-3
B.7.0 moles dm-3
C.3.5 moles dm-3
D.2.0 moles dm-3

A

B

C

D



9. Which of the following is an acid salt?

A. NaHSO4
B. Na2SO4
C. CH3CO2Na
D. Na2

A

B

C

D



10. Which of the following solution will conduct the least amount of electricity?

A.2.00 M aqueous solution of NaOH
B.0.01 M aqueous solution of NaOH
C.0.01 m aqueous solution of hexaonic acid
D.0.01 M aqueous solution of sugar.

A

B

C

D


PHYSICS
1. Which of the following represents the correct precision if the length of a piece of wire is measured with a metre rule?

A. 35 mm
B. 35.0 mm
C. 35.00mm
D. 35.01mm

A

B

C

D



2. Figure 1 is a graph of force against extension for a spiral spring. The force constant of the spring is given by the.

A.Slope of the linear portion of the graph.
B.Length of the linear portion of the graph.
C.Area under the linear portion of the graph.
D.Area under the entire graph.

A

B

C

D



3. A heavy object is suspended from a string and lowered into water so that it is completely submerged. The object appears lighter because

A.The density of water is less than that of the object.
B.The pressure is low just below the water surface.
C. It experiences an upthrust.
D.The tension in the string neutralizes part of the weight.

A

B

C

D



4. Which of the following is a derived unit?

A. Kilogramme
B. Metre
C. Kelvin
D. Newton

A

B

C

D



5. Which of the following assumptions is made in a simple pendulum experiment? The

A. Suspending string is inextensible
B.Bob has a finite size
C.Bob has a definite mass
D.Initial angle of oscillation must be large

A

B

C

D



6. A constant force of magnitude F acts on an object of mass 0.04kg initially at rest at a point O. If the speed of the object when it has moved 50m from O is 500m s-1, what is the value of F?

A. 0.4 N
B. 100.0 N
C. 250.0 N
D.1 000.0 N

A

B

C

D



7. A 1000kg elevator is descending vertically with an acceleration of 1.0ms-2, if the acceleration due to gravity is 10.0m 5s, the tension in the suspending cable is

A. 1.0 N
B. 10.0 N
C. 9 000.0 N
D.11 000.0 N

A

B

C

D



8. The mode of heat transfer which does not requires material medium is

A. Conduction
B. Radiation
C. Convection
D. Propagation

A

B

C

D



9. The expansion of solids can be considered a disadvantages in the

A.Balance wheel of a watch
B.Fitting of wheels on rims
C. Fire alarm
D. Thermostat.

A

B

C

D



10. In an experiment in which molten naphthalene is allowed to cool. The cooling curve in Fig. 5 was obtained. The temperature 800C is known as the
A. Cooling temperature
B. Boiling point
C. Melting point
D. Vaporization point

A

B

C

D


BIOLOGY
1. Viruses are regarded as non-living because they

A. can neither reproduce asexually nor sexually
B. cannot survive in their respective environments
C. do not possess characteristics to the next
D. can neither respire nor excrete.

A

B

C

D



2. Which of the following pairs are fully adapted to terrestrial life?

A. Ferns and algae
B. Ferns and mosses
C. Bryophyte and flowering plants.
D. Flowering plants and conifers. .

A

B

C

D



3. Which of these animals is radically symmetrical?
A. Squid
B. Hydra
C. Snail
D. Cockroach.

A

B

C

D



4. 4.Which of the following has cones?

A. Angiosperm
B. Gymnosperm
C. Pteridophyte
D. Bryophyte

A

B

C

D



5. For effective functioning of a bird’s quill feather, hooks fit on the ridges of the

A. vane
B. rachis
C. barbules
D. barbs.

A

B

C

D



6. Which of the following is NOT true of Spirogyra?

A. Reproduces by conjugation
B. Reproduces by fragmentation
C. Consists ofbranched filaments
D. Consists of unbranched filaments

A

B

C

D



7. Which of the following lacks chaetae, tentacles and antennae?

A. Snail
B. Crab
C. Millipede
D. Earthworm.

A

B

C

D



8. Incomplete metamorphosis in the

A. butterfly
B. grasshopper
C. mosquito
D. housefly

A

B

C

D



Fishes are cold-blooded because their body temperature is

A. constantly low
B. constantly high
C. dependent on that of their surroundings
D. regulated at will

A

B

C

D



10. When the original king and queen of termites die, they are replaced by

A. the king and queen of another colony
B. some adult reproductives from the same colony
C. some adult workers which are specially fed to breed.
D. Developing nymphs nurtured as secondary reproductive

A

B

C

D


MATHEMATICS
1. If Musa scored 75 in Biology instead of 57, his average mark in four subjects would have been 60. what was his total mark?

A. 282
B. 240
C. 222
D. 210

A

B

C

D



2. Divide the L.C.M. of 48, 64 and 80 by their H.C.F

A. 20
B. 30
C. 48
D. 60

A

B

C

D



3. Find the smallest number by which 252 can be multiplied to obtain a perfect square

A. 2
B. 3
C. 5
D. 7

A

B

C

D



4. Udoh deposited #150 00 in the bank. At the end of 5 years the simple interest on the principal was #55 00. At what rate per annum was the interest paid?

A. 11%
B. 71/3%
C. 5%
D. 31/2%

A

B

C

D



5. A number of pencils were shared out among Bisi, Sola and Tunde in the ratio 2:3:5 respectively. If Bisi got 5, how many were shared out?

A. 15
B. 25
C. 30
D. 50

A

B

C

D



6. In 1984, Ike was 24 years old and is father was 45 years old in what year was Ike exactly half his father’s age?

A. 1982
B. 1981
C. 1979
D. 1978

A

B

C

D



7. If x varies directly as y3 and x = 2 when y = 1, find x when y = 5

A. 2
B. 10
C. 125
D. 250

A

B

C

D



8. Simplify. 1/ 5x +5 + 1/7x + 7

A.12/35+7
B.1/35(x+1)
C. 12x/35(x+1)
D. 12/35x + 35

A

B

C

D



9. Find the values of x which satisfy the equation 16x – 5x 4x + 4 = 0

A.1 and 4
B.–2 and 2
C.0 and 1
D.1 and 0

A

B

C

D



10. A regular polygon on n sides has 1600 as the size each interior. Find n.
A. 18
B. 16
C. 14
D. 12

A

B

C

D


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