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Practice Questions on civic education Third Term 2015/2016

CLASS: PRIMARY 6                                                       SUBJECT: CIVIC EDUCATION  

NAME:………………………………………………………………………………

1.)   The eldest university in Nigeria is the university of ______

(a)  Abuja (b) Ibadan (c) Kano (d) Lagos

 

2.)   The main implement that is used for mechanized farming is _____

(a) tractor            (b) hoe           (c) rake          (d) sickle

 

3.)   The following is not our National symbol _______________ (a) the Coat of Arms

(b) the National Flag      (c) The Birth Certificate      (d) The National Anthem

 

4.)   A brother to your father is your ______ (a) brother  (b) daddy  (c) uncle  (d) nephew

5.)   What is the meaning of OAU (a) Organization of African Unit (b) Organs of Africa Unity (c) Organisation of Africa Unity (d) Organs of Africa United

 

6.)   What is the slogan for Lagos State ____ (a) Centre of Peace (b) Centre of Excellence (c) the Gateway State         (d) Centre of Unity

 

7.)   Every _____ in a year is celebrated as democracy day in Nigeria.

(a)  27th May        (b) 1st May     (c) 29th May              (d) 5th May

 

8.)   The Northern and Southern protectorates of Nigeria were amalgamated in ____

(a) 1960               (b) 1950                     (c) 1914                     (d) 1963

 

9.)   The Eagle in the Nigerian Coat of Arms represent ____

(a) unity               (b) shield                   (c) wealth                  (d) strength

 

10.)          The Coat of Arms is a National Logo and Symbol of _____

(a) authority        (b) sign           (c) weakness                         (d) flag

 

11.)          Livestock production is associated with _________________ (a) cash production (b) animal feeds                   (c) animal production          (d) tubers

 

12.)          The legal union between a man and a woman is known as ______

(a) relationship   (b) dating       (c) marriage   (d) courtship

 

13.)          A place where two rivers meet is called a ______

(a) junction         (b) delta        (c) confluence          (d) joint

 

14.)          The Tier of Government that operates at grassroots is known as ____ government (a) Tier                (b) Local        (c) State         (d) Federal

 

15.)          ___________________________ is the Senate President (a) Senator David Mark (b) Senator Olubukola Saraki   (c) Chief Evans Emwern    (d) Dr. Chuba Okadigbo

 

16.)          Another name for moving is_____ (a) current (b) wind (c) humidity (d) pressure

17.)          The class of food that gives energy is _____

(a) water (b) carbohydrates     (c) protein     (d) vitamin

 

18.)          When the National Anthem is being played, we usually respect it by _______

(a) prostrating     (b) kneeling down    (c) standing up at attention                (d) crouching

 

19.)          The silver "Y" on the Nigerian Coat of Arm stand for river _____

(a)  Niger and Imo (b) Niger and Benue (c) Niger and Ogun (d) Niger and Gongola

 

20.)          In the traffic light, the red light means _____ (a) stop  (b) go   (c) slow  (d) jump

21.)          The head of the Senate is called the Senate _____

 (a) clerk              (b) registrar   (c) speaker   (d) president

 

22.)          The following are man-made sources of water supply except ____  

(a) dam                 (b) tap            (c) ocean        (d) well

 

23.)          Going to church to pray and worship the Almighty God is a show of _____

(a) faith or belief            (b) traditional           (c) Christian              (d) political Islamic

 

24.)          Mecca is to Muslims as _____ is to Christians

(a) Rome              (b) Bethlehem           (c) Jerusalem            (d) Italy

 

25.)          The factory where iron goods are manufactured is called ____

(a) refinery          (b) foundry    (c) laundry    (d) confectioney

 

26.)          The factory where petroleum is changed into other kinds of oil is called _____

(a) refinery          (b) deport      (c) oil well                 (d) petrol station

 

27.)          Goods that are brought into Nigeria from another countries are called _____ goods (a) local            (b) foreign     (c) imported              (d) exported

 

28.)          Which of the following is not a good value _____

(a) honesty          (b) integrity   (c) cheating               (d) discipline

 

29.)          When the National Flag is flown at half-mast it is a symbol of

(a) national victory        (b) war           (c) honour                 (d) mourning

 

30.)          The only Nigerian currency with a portrait of a National Hero is ____ Naira Note (a) ten             (b) twenty      (c) fifty          (d) one hundred

 

Part B

1.)   Mention four organs of A.U.

2.)   Write out four members of OPEC

3.)   Write out four fundamental human rights

4.)   Define democracy

b.) Mention two features of democracy

5.)   Write out in full AIDS

b.) Write out two ways by which people with AID or HIV may be helped or assisted 

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Practice Questions on civic education Third Term 2015/2016

CLASS: PRIMARY 6                                                       SUBJECT: CIVIC EDUCATION  

NAME:………………………………………………………………………………

1.)   The eldest university in Nigeria is the university of ______

(a)  Abuja (b) Ibadan (c) Kano (d) Lagos

 

2.)   The main implement that is used for mechanized farming is _____

(a) tractor            (b) hoe           (c) rake          (d) sickle

 

3.)   The following is not our National symbol _______________ (a) the Coat of Arms

(b) the National Flag      (c) The Birth Certificate      (d) The National Anthem

 

4.)   A brother to your father is your ______ (a) brother  (b) daddy  (c) uncle  (d) nephew

5.)   What is the meaning of OAU (a) Organization of African Unit (b) Organs of Africa Unity (c) Organisation of Africa Unity (d) Organs of Africa United

 

6.)   What is the slogan for Lagos State ____ (a) Centre of Peace (b) Centre of Excellence (c) the Gateway State         (d) Centre of Unity

 

7.)   Every _____ in a year is celebrated as democracy day in Nigeria.

(a)  27th May        (b) 1st May     (c) 29th May              (d) 5th May

 

8.)   The Northern and Southern protectorates of Nigeria were amalgamated in ____

(a) 1960               (b) 1950                     (c) 1914                     (d) 1963

 

9.)   The Eagle in the Nigerian Coat of Arms represent ____

(a) unity               (b) shield                   (c) wealth                  (d) strength

 

10.)          The Coat of Arms is a National Logo and Symbol of _____

(a) authority        (b) sign           (c) weakness                         (d) flag

 

11.)          Livestock production is associated with _________________ (a) cash production (b) animal feeds                   (c) animal production          (d) tubers

 

12.)          The legal union between a man and a woman is known as ______

(a) relationship   (b) dating       (c) marriage   (d) courtship

 

13.)          A place where two rivers meet is called a ______

(a) junction         (b) delta        (c) confluence          (d) joint

 

14.)          The Tier of Government that operates at grassroots is known as ____ government (a) Tier                (b) Local        (c) State         (d) Federal

 

15.)          ___________________________ is the Senate President (a) Senator David Mark (b) Senator Olubukola Saraki   (c) Chief Evans Emwern    (d) Dr. Chuba Okadigbo

 

16.)          Another name for moving is_____ (a) current (b) wind (c) humidity (d) pressure

17.)          The class of food that gives energy is _____

(a) water (b) carbohydrates     (c) protein     (d) vitamin

 

18.)          When the National Anthem is being played, we usually respect it by _______

(a) prostrating     (b) kneeling down    (c) standing up at attention                (d) crouching

 

19.)          The silver "Y" on the Nigerian Coat of Arm stand for river _____

(a)  Niger and Imo (b) Niger and Benue (c) Niger and Ogun (d) Niger and Gongola

 

20.)          In the traffic light, the red light means _____ (a) stop  (b) go   (c) slow  (d) jump

21.)          The head of the Senate is called the Senate _____

 (a) clerk              (b) registrar   (c) speaker   (d) president

 

22.)          The following are man-made sources of water supply except ____  

(a) dam                 (b) tap            (c) ocean        (d) well

 

23.)          Going to church to pray and worship the Almighty God is a show of _____

(a) faith or belief            (b) traditional           (c) Christian              (d) political Islamic

 

24.)          Mecca is to Muslims as _____ is to Christians

(a) Rome              (b) Bethlehem           (c) Jerusalem            (d) Italy

 

25.)          The factory where iron goods are manufactured is called ____

(a) refinery          (b) foundry    (c) laundry    (d) confectioney

 

26.)          The factory where petroleum is changed into other kinds of oil is called _____

(a) refinery          (b) deport      (c) oil well                 (d) petrol station

 

27.)          Goods that are brought into Nigeria from another countries are called _____ goods (a) local            (b) foreign     (c) imported              (d) exported

 

28.)          Which of the following is not a good value _____

(a) honesty          (b) integrity   (c) cheating               (d) discipline

 

29.)          When the National Flag is flown at half-mast it is a symbol of

(a) national victory        (b) war           (c) honour                 (d) mourning

 

30.)          The only Nigerian currency with a portrait of a National Hero is ____ Naira Note (a) ten             (b) twenty      (c) fifty          (d) one hundred

 

Part B

1.)   Mention four organs of A.U.

2.)   Write out four members of OPEC

3.)   Write out four fundamental human rights

4.)   Define democracy

b.) Mention two features of democracy

5.)   Write out in full AIDS

b.) Write out two ways by which people with AID or HIV may be helped or assisted 

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