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Those who are familiar with it will tell you that Ludo, like human life itself, is a game both of chance and skill. You need skill in deciding how to make the most advantageous use of the figures that turn up on the die when you cast it. Since each player has at least four alternative ways of using his figures, two players with equal luck may fare differently, depending on how cleverly each one uses his figures. The element of luck, again as in human life, plays a dominant role however. For no matter how skilful a player may be in using the figures he gets on the die, he has a slim chance of winning if he continually throws low figures. While a combination of ones and twos may be useful in checking the advance of one’s opponents, it will not take one home fast enough to win. On the other hand, consistent throws of sixes and fives, with even the very minimum of skill, will help a player to home all his four counters before any of the three other players, unless, of course, he has no idea of the game at all.
1 According to the passage, Ludo is
A.more a game of skill than of chance B.more a game of luck that of skill
C.equally a game of chance and skill D.a game entirely of luck.

A

B

C

D



2. It is implied in the passage that two players may fare equally if they
A. have equal luck
B. apply similar skill to figures
C. apply similar skill to similar figures
D. have equal skill.

A

B

C

D



3. It is implied in the passage, that in Ludo threes and fours are
A. very high throws
B. medium throws
C. low throws
D. very low throws.

A

B

C

D



4. According to the passage, a player with consistently high throws will
A.almost certainly win a game
B.certainly win a game
C.almost certainly not win a game
D.deliberately not win a game.

A

B

C

D



5. In the passage, the possession of skill specifically enables a player to
A. win
B. throw good figures
C. use his figures efficiently
D. check his opponents efficienctly

A

B

C

D



. In questions 6 to 10 choose the word(s) or phrase which best fills the gap(s)

6. Jibril found that thieves had entered his house in his absence. He went to the police to report the ..........…
A. break out
B. break up
C. break in
D. break into

A

B

C

D



7. After the accused was found guilty by the court, his counsel…........... Before sentence was passed.
A. begged for mercy
B. made a please for mitigation
C. made an ovation
D. made a plea for Migation.

A

B

C

D



8. Four persons accused of currency…........... are being held by the security agents
A. traficking
B. traviking
C. trafficking
D. traffiking.

A

B

C

D



9. You had to stand in the corridor all the way? Poor you I don’t suppose you enjoyed the journey.........…?
A. don’t you
B. did you
C. didn’t you
D. don’t I.

A

B

C

D



10. No wonder those plants are dying. They.........… any water for ages!
A. didn’t have
B. hadn’t
C. haven’t had
D. haven’t

A

B

C

D


BIOLOGY
1. The membrane surrounding the vacuole in a plant cell is called the
A. plasmalemma
B. tonoplast
C. nuclear membrane
D. endoplasmic reticulum.

A

B

C

D



2. The smallest living organisms which share the characteristics of both living and non-living matter are
A. bacteria
B. fungi
C. viruses
D. protozoa

A

B

C

D



3. Green plants are distinguished from other living organisms by their ability to
A. make use of water
B. make use of oxygen
C. respond to sunlight
D. manufacture their own food.

A

B

C

D



4. The mouth part of the insect is adapted for
A. biting and chewing
B. suckling and chewing
C. biting and sucking
D. piercing and sucking.

A

B

C

D



5. Which of the following combinations differentiates a bony fish from a cartilaginous fish?
I Presence of gills
. II Absence of gill slits
III Possession of bony skeleton
IV Possession of laterally compressed body V Possession of dorso ventrally compressed body
A. I,II and II.
B. I, III and IV.
C. II, III and IV.
D. II, III and V.

A

B

C

D



6. Which is the most important adaptation of a bony fish to life in water?
A. The possession of a streamlined shape
B. The presence of overlapping scales
C. The covering of the body by thin film of shine.
D. The possession of a caudalfin.

A

B

C

D



7. The failure of transport and respiratory systems in plants as well as the presence of reddish colour in stems and leaves result from the deficiency of
A. magnesium
B. nitrogen
C. potassium
D. phosphorus.

A

B

C

D



8. The activity of ptyalin of ptyalin is likely to decrease with an increase in the concentration of
A. oxygen
B. starch
C. protein
D. acid.

A

B

C

D



9. The process by which a red blood cell placed in distilled water absorbs until it bursts and releases its contents into the surrounding is known as
A. osmosis
B. plasmolysis
C. turgidity
D. haemolysis.

A

B

C

D



10. The most appropriate title for the set up is
A. quantitative measurement of respiration in plants and animals
B. measurement of respiratory rates in living organisms
C.comparison between photosynthesis and respiratory
D. comparison of respiratoryratesin plants and animals.

A

B

C

D


PHYSICS
1. A lorry travels 10km northwards, 4km eastwards, 6km southwards and 4km westwards to arrive at a point T. What is the total displacement?
A. 6km south
B. 4km north
C. 6km north
D. 4km east

A

B

C

D



2. Two forces whose resultant is 100N, are at right angles to each other. If one of them makes an angle of 300 with the resultant, determine its magnitude.
A. 8.66 N
B. 50.0 N
C. 57.7 N
D. 86.6 N

A

B

C

D



3. Which of the following quantities are scalars? I Electrical potential
II Torque
III Momentum
IV Kinetic energy
A.II and III only
B.I and Ii only
C.III and Iv only
D.I and Iv only.

A

B

C

D



4. A particle starts from rest and moves with a constant acceleration of 0.5m s-2. The distance covered by the particle in 10s is
A. 2.5m
B. 5.0m
C. 25.0m
D. 50.0m

A

B

C

D



5. How long will it take a 60kg man to climb a height of 22m if he expended energy at the rate of 0.25kW?
A. 5.3s
B. 34.5s
C. 41.6s
D. 52.8s

A

B

C

D



6. A force, 10N, drags a mass 10kg on a horizontal table with an acceleration of 0.2m s-2. If the acceleration due to gravity is 10m s-2, the coefficient of friction between the moving mass and the table is
A. 0.02
B. 0.08
C. 0.20
D. 0.80

A

B

C

D



7. When heat is applied to one end of a metal rod, the molecules at the other end soon begin to vibrate with greater amplitude than before because heat has been transfer by
A. Radiation
B. Convection
C. Conduction
D. Evaporation.

A

B

C

D



8. Which of the following media allow the transmission of sound waves through them? I Air II Liquids III Solids
A.I and II only
B.I and III only
C.II and III only
D.I, II and III.

A

B

C

D



9. Which of the following properties is/are common to all waves? I Diffraction II refraction III Interference A. I only
B. III only
C.I and III only
D.I, II and III

A

B

C

D



10. A piano wire 0.5m long has a total mass of 0.01kg and is stretched with a tension of 800N. Calculate the frequency of the wire when it sounds its fundamental note.
A. 200 Hz
B. 100 Hz
C. 4 Hz
D. 2 Hz.

A

B

C

D


CHEMISTRY
1. Which of the following can be obtained by fraction of distillation?
A. Nitrogen from liquid air
B.Sodium chloride for sea water
C.Iodine from a solution of iodine in carbon tetrachloride
D.Sulphur from a solution of sulphur in carbon disulphide.

A

B

C

D



2. Which of the following are mixture? I Petroleum ii Rubber latex. Iii Vulcanizes’ solution. Iv Carbon (ll) sulphides
A.I, ii and iii
B.I, ii and iv
C.I and ii only
D.I and iv

A

B

C

D



3. Calculate the volume of carbon (lv) oxide measure at s.t.p, produced when 1 kg of potassium hydrogen trioxocarbonate (iV) is totally decomposed by heat.
A.28 dm3
B.56 dm3
C. 112 dm3
D. 196 dm3 [G.M.V at s.t.p = 22.4 dm3, K = 39, O = 16, C = 12, H = 1]

A

B

C

D



4. The ions X- and Y+ are isoelectronic, each containing a total of 10 electrons. How many proteins are in the nuclei of the neutral atoms of X and Y respectively?
A.10 and 10
B.9 and 9
C.11 and 9
D.9 and 11

A

B

C

D



5. Which of the following represents the type of bonding present in ammonium chloride molecule?
A. Ionic only
B. Covalent only
C. Ionic and dative covalent
D. Dative covalent only.

A

B

C

D



6. Which of the following is arranged in order of increasing electronegativity?
A. Chlorine, aluminium, magnesium, phosphorus, sodium.
B. Sodium, magnesium, aluminium phosphorus, chlorine
C. Chlorine, phosphorus, aluminium, magnesium, sodium.
D. Sodium, chlorine, phosphorus, magnesium, aluminium.

A

B

C

D



7. A quantity of air was passed through a weighed mount of alkaline pyrogallol. An increase in the weight of the pyrogallol would result from the absorption of.
A. nitrogen
B. neon
C. argon
D. oxygen.

A

B

C

D



8. Which of the following substances could be satisfactorily used as X in the above figure?
A. Ammonia and Potassium hydroxide
B. Potassium hydroxide and sodium chloride
C. Ammonia and ethanoic acid
D. Ethanoic and sodium chloride

A

B

C

D



9. Manganese(lV) oxide is known to hasten the decomposition of hydrogen peroxide. Its main actions is to. A.increase the surface area of the reactants
B. increase the concentration of the reactants
C. lower the activation energy for the reaction
D.lower the heat of reaction, H, for the reaction,

A

B

C

D



10. Oxygen gas can be prepared by heating
A. ammonium trioxonirate (V)
B. ammonium trioxonirate (lll)
C. potassium trioxonirate (V)
D. manganese (lV) oxide.

A

B

C

D


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