Social Studies Mock Exam for JS3 - part 1 - xpino SCHOLARS

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Sunday, February 11, 2018

Social Studies Mock Exam for JS3 - part 1

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1. What is the full meaning of AIDS? (a) After Immorality Sentence (b) Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (c) Acquired Immune Deficiency Sickness (d) Analysis In Death Surgery

2. The carrying of hard drugs from where they are produced to where they are consumed is called _____ (a) Drug trafficking (b) Drug agents (c) Drug management (d) Drug contract

3. The following are reasons for drug trafficking EXCEPT ____ (a) Poverty (b) Unemployment (c) Education (d) Greed


4. The followings are agencies that will see the arrest of people that are involved in drug trafficking EXCEPT ______ (a) EFCC (b) ICPC (c) INEC (d) NDLEA

5. The President is to a country as ______ is to a State. (a) Chairman (b) Commissioner (c) Director (d) Governor

6. Number one citizen in Lagos State is called ____ (a) Oba of Lagos (b) Council Chairman (c) Governor (d) Commissioner

7. What should you do if you know the where about of a dangerous criminal wanted by the police? (a) Disclose information to him (b) Hide information so as not to be implicated (c) Protect him from the police (d) Report to the nearest police station

8. The state of being poor is referred to as _____ (a) Poverty (b) Disgrace (c) Greed (d)Social

9. The act of exporting drugs such as heroine, cocaine is called _____ (a) Drug abuse (b) Drug law (c) Drug traffic (d) drug trafficking

10. The followings are causes of bribery and corruption EXCEPT _____ (a) Poverty (b) Lack of contentment (c) Good government (d) Bad shape of the economy or nation

11. A person whom one knows, likes, and trust is referred to as _________ (a) Friend (b) Opponent (c) Enemy (d) Husband

12. There are ______ types of social group. (a) 4 (b) 2 (c) 3 (d) 5

13. ______ is the total way of life of a people. (a) Nature (b) Belief (c) Caution (d) Culture

14. What is the full meaning of STDs? (a) Sexually Transportation Divisions (b) Sexually Transmitted Diseases (c) Sex Trading Departments (d) Sexually Transfer Department

15. Who are the teens? (a) Children between ages 15 – 20 (b) Children between ages 5 – 10 (c) Adults between ages 40 – 45 (d) Children between ages 13 – 19

16. ________ can be defined as freedom from injuries. (a) Accidents (b) Safety (c) Protection (d) Health

17. ________ means working together for a common purpose in order to achieve a particular result (a) Connection (b) Co – operation (c) Correction (d) Friendship

18. The following are benefits of cooperation EXCEPT________ (a) Harmony (b) Goal attainment (c) Progress (d)Failure

19. ______ is the way of worshipping God or goddesses. (a) Religion (b) Islam (c) Christianity (d) Traditional

20. The President is to a country as ______ is to a State. (a) Chairman (b) Commissioner

(c) Director (d) Governor

21. ___best gives the definition of friendship. (a) Friendship is opportunity to acquire the experience (b) It is a pleasurable (c) It is a warm and intimate relationship with someone you like and trust (d) It is standing by what you believe in

22. People who share similar views and ideas about how to govern usually unite to form_______ (a) Political party (b) Pressure group (c) Club (d) Association

23. What could be the result of non-co-operation in a community? (a) Friendship among the various group (b) Conflict among the various groups (c) Increase in economic activities (d) Inter- marriages between the various groups

24. If there is cordial relationship between the leaders and followers, there will be ___ (a) mutual understanding (b) Lack of understanding (c) Lack of respect (d) Selfishness

25. _____ is an example of a leader by election. (a) A military governor (b) Vice chancellor (c) Principal (d) Executive governor

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26. One common identity for all black people all over the world is _____ (a) Food (b) Housing (c) Height (d) Skin colour

27. The two aspects of culture are _________ (a)Physical and social culture (b)Seen and unseen culture (c)Material and non-material culture (d)Science and technology

28. Conflict can lead to all but ONE of the following______ (a)Disunity (b)Riots (c)Lack of peace (d) Development

29. Man influences his environment through the aid of______ (a)valleys and mountains (b) technical experts (c) science (d) science and technology

30. A group of people whose members are large with elaborate structures and functions is called (a)primary group (b) peer group (c) secondary group (d)school mates

31. Which of these is NOT an importance of goal setting? (a) it drives one forward (b)it is an effective tool for making progress(c)it makes you accountable (d) it does not encourage individuals

32. Air pollution mostly occurs as a result of ________(a) soil erosion (b) sun rays (c) industrial and environmental waste (d) strong wind

33. All these are significance of socialization EXCEPT________ (a) it promotes the spirit of hard work (b) it helps in making people responsible in a society (c)it prepares the new entrance to know and participate in the culture of the society (d)it does not allow individuals to play their roles effectively

34. All the followings are qualities of love EXCEPT______ (a) showing respect (b) companionship (c)confidence (d)commitment

35. The followings are characteristics of friendship EXCEPT _______ (a) Trust (b) Hatred (c) Love (d) Respect

36. The types of social group which consists of a small group is referred to as _______ (a) Tertiary social group (b) Secondary social group (c) Primary social group (d) Nursery social group

37. One of the following is not an importance of Social Studies. (a) It equips man with the basic understanding of his environment (b) It trains us to be good citizens (c) It trains us to be disobedience students (d) It teaches us to know our rights

38. The followings are physical environment problem EXCEPT ______ (a) Sanitation (b) Problem of air pollution (c) Problem of waste disposal (d) Problem of water pollution (e) Negative effects of loud noise

39. Examples of man – made physical environment are ____ (a) Air, river and rainfall (b) Buildings, roads and dams (c) Forest, wind and lakes (d) Heaven, rainfall and sky

40. A disagreement or quarrel between two or more people over a certain issues is called ________ (a) Confusion (b) Confession (c) Conflict (d) Conference

41. A person whom one knows, likes, and trust is referred to as _________ (a) Friend (b) Opponent (c) Enemy (d) Husband

42. ________ can be defined as freedom from injuries (a) Accidents (b) Safety (c) Protection (d) Health

43. _______ can be described as the study of Man in his physical and social environments. (a) Socialization Studies (b) Economic Studies (c) Biology Studies (d) Geography Studies

44. _______ includes all the things that are found in and around our surroundings, which we can see and feel. (a) Social environment (b) Physical environment (c) Man – made environment (d) Natural environment

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45. There are _____ causes of environmental problems. (a) 3 (b) 4 (c) 5 (d) 6

46. How many types of Social environment do we have? (4) (b) 3 (c) 2 (d) 5

47. What is Social Studies? (a) It is the study of physical things in the environment (b) It is the study of animals and where they live (c) It is the study of man’s history and geography (d) It is the study of man in relation to his social and physical environment

48. Things that are found in and around our surroundings, which we can feel and see is ______ (a) Physical environment (b) Social environment (c) Geographical environment (d) Economic environment

49. Examples of natural physical environment are____ (a) Orange, paper, and biro (b) Shoe, machine and motto (c) Land, rainfall and winds (d) Dam, bridge and fridge

50. Examples of man – made physical environment are ____ (a) Air, river and rainfall (b) Buildings, roads and dams (c) Forest, wind and lakes (d) Heaven, rainfall and sky

51. Petrol, kerosene and diesel are processed from the _____ (a) Cocoa (b) Land (c) Rubber (d) Crude oil

52. The followings are physical environment problem EXCEPT ______ (a) Sanitation (b) Problem of air pollution (c) Problem of waste disposal (d) Problem of water pollution

53. A family that consists of father, mother, and their children is referred to as _______ group. (a) Extended (b) Exclusive (c) Logistic (d) Nuclear

54. The types of social group which consists of a small group is referred to as _______ (a) Tertiary social group (b) Secondary social group (c) Primary social group (d) Nursery social group

55. There are ______ types of social group. (a) 4 (b) 2 (c) 3 (d) 5

56. ______ is the total way of life of a people (a) Nature (b) Belief (c) Caution (d) Culture

57. Examples of natural physical environment are _______ (a) Orange, paper, and pencil (b) Shoes, machines and cars (c) dam, bridge and fridge (d) land, rainfall and wind

58. Which of the following is not an example of mineral resources? (a) Crude oil (b) Gold (c) Coal (d) Rice

59. One of the following is not an importance of Social Studies. (a) It equips man with the basic understanding of his environment (b) It trains us to be good citizens (c) It trains us to be disobedience students (d) It teaches us to know our rights

60. Which of following is not a scope of Social Studies? (a) Government (b) Mathematics (c) Sociology (d) Political Science

61. Which of the following is not an objective of Social Studies? (a) To understand the importance of the Social Studies and physical environment (b) To understand the importance of hard work and honesty within our society (c) To understand the wealth and diversity of the Nigerian nation (d) To understand the ways of people from our own area only

62. Social Studies can be learnt through which of the following methods? (a) discussion (b) investigation (c) observation (d) all of the above

63. What is a secondary group? (a) A group of people who are related by blood (b) A group of elders in the community (c) A group of people who may be involved in various interests, but whose members are not necessarily related by blood (d) A group of people who go to know each other in the Church

64. The followings are types of religion EXCEPT ________ (a) Islamic (b) Traditional (c) Buddhism (d) Cherubim and Seraphim

65. The followings are examples of natural resources EXCEPT ________ (a) coal (b) tin ore (c) columbine (d) indomie

66. Physical environment can be classified in to two namely ______ (a) wind and water (b) man- made and natural (c) people and animal (d) potholes and traffic

67. Man influences his environment through the aid of ________ (a) valley and mountains (b) technical experts (c) Science (d) Science and technology

68. A group of people whose members are large with elaborate structure and functions is called____ (a) primary group (b) peer group (c) secondary group (d) school mates

69. All these are uses of natural resources EXCEPT _______ (a) they are only found in Lagos State (b) they provide raw materials for our industries (c) minerals are sources of revenue for our country (d) lime stone is used in our cement industry

70. Family refers to _____ (a) those who are related by blood, marriage, or law (b) two adults of the opposite sex (c) a man and a woman living together (d) family with several wives

71. The President is to a country as ______ is to a State. (a) Chairman (b) Commissioner

(c) Director (d) Governor

72. _____ is an example of a leader by election. (a) A military governor (b) Vice chancellor (c) Principal (d) Executive governor

73. The state of being poor is referred to as _____ (a) Poverty (b) Disgrace (c) Greed (d)Social

74. One of the duties of a student at the school community is ____ (a) Obey rules and regulations of the school (b) To disregard school rules (c) To be rude to constituted authority (d) join bad gangs

75. ______ is the way of worshipping God or goddesses. (a) Religion (b) Islam (c) Christianity (d) Traditional

76. The followings are characteristics of friendship EXCEPT _______ (a) Trust (b) Hatred (c) Love (d) Respect

77. ______ means a statement that is true (a) Discipline (b) Fund (c) Fact (d) Faith

78. What is the full meaning of STDs? (a) Sexually Transportation Divisions (b) Sexually Transmitted Diseases (c) Sex Trading Departments (d) Sexually Transfer Department

79. The following are benefits of cooperation EXCEPT _________ (a) Harmony (b) Goal attainment (c) Progress (d)Failure

80. What is the full meaning of AIDS? (a) After Immorality Sentence (b) Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (c) Acquired Immune Deficiency Sickness (d) Analysis In Death Surgery

81. ________ means working together for a common purpose in order to achieve a particular result. (a) Connection (b) Co – operation (c) Correction (d) Friendship

82. The following are benefits of cooperation EXCEPT_______ (a) Harmony (b) Goal attainment (c) Progress (d)Failure

83. A disagreement or quarrel between two or more people over a certain issues is called ______ (a) Confusion (b) Confession (c) Conflict (d) Conference

84. A group age means _______ (a) people bearing the same name (b) people of the same age (c) people living together (d) people born in to the same family

85. Good value includes ______ (a) sleeping (b)stealing (c) lying (d) honesty

86. Bad value includes ________ (a) co – operation (b) love (c) cheating (d) respect

87. A factor that promotes good value is ______ (a) unfaithfulness (b) infidelity (c) stealing (d) good leadership

88. Working together with someone or a group of people for a common purpose means ______ (a) co – operation (b) socialization (c) happiness (d) goodness

89. Government co – operates with citizens by _______ (a) providing welfare (b) bad government (c) neglecting their citizens (d) ignoring citizens

90. What is the duty of the government? _______ (a) To protect and guarantee the rights of citizens (b) To neglect their citizens (c) To imprison their citizens (d) To embezzle the national fund

91. Civil right includes ______ (a) causing riot in the city (b) damaging government properties (c) freedom of speech and worship (d) robbing other citizens of their goods

The President is to a country as ______ is to a State. (a) Chairman (b) Commissioner (c) Director (d) Governor

92. Number one citizen in Lagos State is called ____ (a) Oba of Lagos (b) Chief (c) Council Chairman (d) Governor

93. The act of exporting drugs such as heroine, cocaine is called _____ (a) Drug abuse (b) Drug law (c) Drug traffic (d) drug trafficking

94. The agency that will see to the arrest of people that are involved in drug trafficking is known as______ (a) EFCC (b) ICPC (c) NDLEA (d) INEC

95. Man influences his environment through the aid of_______ (a)valleys and mountains (b) technical experts (c) science (d) science and technology

96. All the followings are qualities of love EXCEPT______ (a) showing respect (b) companionship (c)confidence (d)commitment

97. A person whom one knows, likes, and trust is referred to as _________ (a) Friend (b) Opponent (c) Enemy (d) Husband

98. The followings are characteristics of friendship EXCEPT _______ (a) Trust (b) Hatred (c) Love (d) Respect

99. The types of social group which consists of a small group is referred to as _____ (a) Tertiary social group (b) Secondary social group (c) Primary social group (d) Nursery social group

100. One of the following is not an importance of Social Studies.



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