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The acronym CCTV means _____.

  • A. Camera Circuit Television
  • B. Closed-Circuit Televison
  • C. Closed Camera Television
  • D. Camera-Circuit Televison
  • E. Closed-Camera Televison
  • F. None of the above

Social Studies

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Consider the sentence below:

Although the games occured on a fair day, the fair lady still had a fair performance.

Fair as used in the sentence is a _____.

  • A. Homophone
  • B. Synonym
  • C. Homograph
  • D. Antonym
  • E. Homonym
  • F. Homophobe

English

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We had a meeting comprising of all the _____.

  • A. fathers-in-laws
  • B. father-in-law
  • C. father-in-laws
  • D. fathers-in-law

English

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All the _____ are currently in Nigeria.

  • A. Heads of State
  • B. Head of States
  • C. Heads of States
  • D. Head of State

English

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Food Pyramid - Len Academy

The above diagram shows a _____.

  • A. Food Chain

  • B. Food Web

  • C. Food Flow

  • D. Food Energy

  • E. Food Pyramid

  • F. Food Hierarchy

Biology

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_____ is the first son of Jacob.

  • A. Benjamin

  • B. Reuben

  • C. Gideon

  • D. Joseph

  • E. Seth

  • F. Absalom

CRS

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What was Joseph's interpretation of the chief baker's dream?

  • A. He will be restored to his former position

  • B. He will be hung to death and birds will eat his remains

  • C. He will see his family again

  • D. He will remain the chief baker of the prison

  • E. He will die in prison

  • F. He will be shown mercy by the king

CRS

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Joseph is the _____ son of Jacob.

  • A. 3rd

  • B. 5th

  • C. 7th

  • D. 9th

  • E. 11th

  • F. 12th

CRS

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Which of the following statement is incorrect concerning informal essays?

  • A. They can contain some elements of humor

  • B. They don't follow a specific set of structure

  • C. The salutation typically begins with 'Dear Name' or 'Dear Nickname'

  • D. They normally end with 'Yours Faithfully'

  • E. Contractions can be used

  • F. Slangs can be used

English

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With regards to formal letters, which of the following statement is incorrect?

  • A. Colloquialism is required

  • B. Idiomatic expressions are not required

  • E. As a form of reference, first person pronouns are recommended

  • D. They are polite in writing

  • E. Neutrality in style

  • F. The salutation typically begin with 'Dear Sir' or 'Dear Madam'

English

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Anything that elicits a physiological response from an organism is termed _____.

  • A. Response

  • B. Irritability

  • C. Adaptation

  • D. Competition

  • E. Stimulus

  • F. Action potential

Biology

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Which of the following molecule is utilized directly as energy in the human body?

  • A. Glucose

  • B. Carbohydrate

  • C. Starch

  • D. Adenosine Mono Phosphate

  • E. Adenosine Di Phosphate 

  • F. Adenosine Tri Phosphate

Biology

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Which of the following is not a basic characteristics of life?

  • A. Locomotion

  • B. Competition

  • C. Adaptation

  • D. Irritability

  • E. Nutrition

  • F. Death

Biology

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The following statements are true concerning explicit opportunity cost except _____.

  • A. They are recorded in the accounts book

  • B. It is a type of cost

  • C. They may also be referred to as 'out of pocket' cost

  • D. They are utilized as factors of production

  • E. Money spent on wages, salaries and raw materials are examples of explicit opportunity cost

  • F. Explicit opportunity cost are always utilized for investment

Economics

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Needs / Wants

Cost (Naira)

 Phone

 50,000

 Console Game

 120,000

 Laptop

 80,000

 Ipad

 100,000

 Smart watch

 85,000

 Ipod

 40,000

 

Which of the following statement is incorrect concerning the table?

  • A. Ipod is the least important need of the individual

  • B. If the individual has 200,000 Naira at hand, then the laptop, iPad, smart watch and iPod will all be considered as opportunity cost

  • C. If the individual has 480,000 Naira, he or she will purchase all the items in the table

  • D. Console game is the most important need of the individual

  • E. The table shows a scale of preference

  • F. The individual needs an ipod

Economics

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Which of the following statement is false concerning scale of preference?

  • A. It is brought about by the insatiability of human wants

  • B. It is brought about by the limitation of cash at hand

  • C. It is a list of a person's needs or wants written in an order of importance

  • D. Scale of preference cost is the value of the best alternative a person could have achieved but did not achieve it after the best choice had been made

  • E. Opportunity cost is a term associated with scale of preference

  • F. None of the above

Economics

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The followings are principles of marketing mix except _____.

  • A. People

  • B. Positioning

  • C. Pressure group

  • D. Packaging

  • E. Promotion

  • F. Product

Commerce

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The following are true concerning the gas planets except _____.

  • A. Neptune is an example of a gas planet

  • B. They are also referred to as jovian planets

  • C. They have rings around them

  • D. They are smaller in size when compared to earth

  • E. They are also referred to as gas giants

  • F. They are composed mainly of hydrogen and helium gas

Geography

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The following are characteristics of terrestrial planets except _____.

  • A. They have rocky surfaces

  • B. Their surfaces are compact in nature

  • C. They have no rings around them

  • D. Uranus is an example of terrestrial planet

  • E. They rotate slowly around their satellites

  • F. The have few number of satellites

Geography

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Planets can be classified under the following headings except _____.

  • A. Size

  • B. Shape

  • C. Mass

  • D. Time of discovery

  • E. Composition

  • F. Relative positioning to the sun

Geography

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The following are branches of physiography except _____.

  • A. Oceanography

  • B. Geomorphology

  • C. Envirogeography

  • D. Paleography

  • E. Glaciology

  • F. Bio-Geography

Geography

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Eonomies of scale in economics means _____.

  • A. The prices of goods will remain the same because producers manufacture similar goods

  • B. The prices of goods will fall because producers manufacture more goods

  • C. The prices of goods will rise because producers manufacture less goods

  • D. The prices of goods will rise and producers will manufacture more goods

  • E. The prices of goods will fall and producers will manufacture less goods

  • F. Equilibrium is achieved in the economy

Economics

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Which of the following is not a function of the Wholesaler?

  • A. Storage function

  • B. Distributive function

  • C. Relates with final consumer

  • D. Specialization function

  • E. Carries out the packaging and branding of products

  • F. Financing Function

Agricultural Science

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Chemicals generally used to kill pest are called _____.

  • A. Insecticides

  • B. Avicides

  • C. Pesticides

  • D. Rodenticides

  • E. Fungicides

  • F. All of the above

Agricultural Science

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The following are physical methods of controlling crop pest except _____.

  • A. Placing hen in farmlands to eat insects

  • B. Setting up traps to catch rats and rodents

  • C. Fencing the farmland

  • D. Erecting gates on the farmland

  • E. Use of guns to kill monkeys

  • F. Hand picking

Agricultural Science

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