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SECOND TERM EXAMINATION 2017

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Description: IMG-20130905-WA0002ISLAND BUILDERS BAPTIST SCHOOL

(NURSERY & PRIMARY)

1A, MOBOLAJI BANK-ANTHONY STREET, LAGOS.

 

SECOND TERM EXAMINATION 2017

CLASS: PRIMARY 6                                                                     SUBJECT: BASIMATHEMATICS

NAME:……………………………………………………………………………………

Solve the following questions and put the right answers from the given alternatives

Part A: Objectives

1.)   Express 3/5 of 2 hours in minutes ____ (a) 500 minutes (b) 300minutes (c) 72 minutes

2.)   Express 15grammes as a decimal of 3kg        (a) 0.005        (b) 0.015        (c) 0.315

3.)   Add up 1.03, 0.006 and 2.1      (a) 3.136        (b) 2.103        (c) 3.1487

4.)   Write out all factors of 8.          (a) 1, 2, 3, 4   (b) 1,2 4, 8     (c) 8, 16, 24, 32

5.)   Express 25 as a fraction of 125           (a) 1/25            (b) 1/125           (c) 1/5

6.)   Express three thousand nine hundred and forty two in roman numerals

(a) MMM             (b) MXMIII               (c) MMMCMXLII

7.)   Write out all factors of 12    (a) 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 12         (b) 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 12        (c) 1, 3, 5, 7, 9, 12

8.)   Express 1010111 in words (a) One million, ten thousand one hundred and eleven (b) one billion ten thousand one hundred and eleven (c) one hundred thousand, one million and ten

 

9.)   Write fifty three million, eight hundred thousand and thirteen in figures

(a) 53800130      (b) 50308013           (c) 53800013

10.) What is the place value of 8 in 148214      (a) 8000           (b) 80000       (c) 800000

11.) Sum up the place value of 8 and 4 in 18423     (a) 80400      (b) 4800      (c) 8400

12.) Express 85/1000 as a decimal number (a) 0.085        (b) 0.850       (c) 0.85

13.) Change 0.34 to a fraction in its lowest term (a) ¾      (b) 17/50       (c) 34/10

14.) Write 20,220,110 in words (a) Twenty billion, two hundred and twenty thousand, one hundred and ten (b) twenty million, ten million two hundred and ten (c) ten million, twenty thousand and eleven

 

15.) What is the place value of 2 in 198.42 (a) two tenth (b) two hundred (c) two thousand

16.) A line that is drawn from one part of the circle that passes through the centre to the other part of the circle is called _________       (a) chord        (b) diameter (c) radius

 

17.) The prime numbers between 50 and 60 are _________ and ________

        (a) 51 and 53                 (b) 53 and 59                        (c) 57 and 59

18.) Change 75% to decimal (a) 0.75        (b) 0.705        (c) 7.5

19.) Calculate the L.C.M of 18, 27 and 36            (a) 108           (b) 54                         (c) 27

20.) What is the product of 5.2 and 1.3     (a) 6.76          (b) 7.66          (c) 5.86

 

 

 

Part B: Show all workings

1.)   One quarter of a number is 84. What is the number

2.)   How many times is 0.05 contained in 85

3.)   Calculate the average of 76, 50, 44, 20 and 40

4.)   Decrease 2000 by 20%

5.)   Find the difference between 132/3 and 21/3

 


 

Description: IMG-20130905-WA0002ISLAND BUILDERS BAPTIST SCHOOL

(NURSERY & PRIMARY)

1A, MOBOLAJI BANK-ANTHONY STREET, LAGOS.

 

SECOND TERM EXAMINATION 2017

CLASS: PRIMARY 6                                                         SUBJECT: ENGLISH LANGUAGE

NAME:……………………………………………………………………………………

Read the passage below and answer the questions that follow

24 Broad Street,

Lagos Island,

Lagos State,

8th January 2017

The Headteacher,

Asebolu Group of Schools

38, Bode Thomas Street,

Lagos

 

Dear Sir,

 

A Letter of Complaints

I wish to draw your attention to some problems that we pupils of this great institution now face. In the first place, the noise that comes from the Ajibola block industry located at the back of the school is an unpleasant and disturbing. Hearing the noise when teaching is going on is enough to distract us.

 

We find it difficult to concentrate on our lessons when teaching is going on. One of our teachers made us to understand that the owner of the industry did not get the government's approval to locate the industry there.

 

Dear Sir you need to do something urgently about this as a stitch in time saves time.

 

Thank you.

 

Yours faithfully,

 

Davies Agboola

 

Questions

1.)   Who is the writer of the letter ___________________________________________________

 

2.)   To whom is the letter addressed _________________________________________________

___________________________________________________________________________

 

3.)   Mention what the author complained about ________________________________________

___________________________________________________________________________

 

4.)   Who do you think owns the block industry ________________________________________

___________________________________________________________________________

5.)   Where do you think the block industry should be located

______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

 

Part B

Active Voice                                                                         Passive Voice

6.)   Cats eat mice

7.)   The horses are pulling the wagon

8.)   The girls swept the classroom

9.)   The woman was selling some oranges

10.) I love my school

 

Part C           

Identify the type of pronoun that is underlined in each of the following sentences

Sample: I am happy (personal pronoun)

11.) Where are you going (_________________ pronoun)

12.) It is good to be good ( _________________ pronoun)

13.) This is my class teacher ( ________________ pronoun)

14.) Who is an accountant ( ______________ pronoun)

15.) These books are mine ( __________________ pronoun)

 

Part D

Fill the gaps with the synonyms of the underlined words

16.) Mungo Park discovered the source of the River Niger    (a) made    (b) found    (c) formed

17.) I remembered what you said   (a) forgive     (b) recall        (c) think

18.) The thieves intended to attack the rich man in the night (a) attempted    (b) went   (c) planned

19.) He is a faithful man, you can depend on him (a) reply      (b) rely           (c) rest

20.) My Uncle is the head of the village (a) judge          (b) priest        (c) leader

 

Part E

        Direct Speech                                                               Indirect Speech

21.) Olu said "I have two pencils"

22.) The woman said" I can drive

23.) Olu said that he could do it

24.) The pastor said "My wife is a woman"

25.) The woman said" I may travel tomorrow

 

Part F

Write a letter to your dad narrating your experience to him during the last excursion to general post, marina.

 


 

Description: IMG-20130905-WA0002ISLAND BUILDERS BAPTIST SCHOOL

(NURSERY & PRIMARY)

1A, MOBOLAJI BANK-ANTHONY STREET, LAGOS.

 

SECOND TERM EXAMINATION 2017

CLASS: PRIMARY 6                                                         SUBJECT: VERBAL REASONING

NAME:……………………………………………………………………………………

Study the samples and answer the questions that follow

Section A

Write out the word that will complete the first word and start the second word

Sample:          M ___ck

                        ___lc    (a) a    (b) e   (c) o      The answer is o i.e. Mock and Old which is option C. Now answer the following questions

1.)   Give ____ trife               (a) d                (b) n                (c) s

2.)   _____orn _____lose     (a) b                (b) c                (c) w

3.)   Lea____    ____owl       (a) c                (b) d                (c) f

4.)   Kitt____n ____mpire    (a) a                (b) e                (c) i

5.)   _____lright  ____rrow (a) a                (b) b                (c) c

Section B

Write out the word that cannot be formed from the word that is written in capital letter

Sample EDUCATION (a) action (b) lotion (c) caution The answer is Lotion. Now do the following

 

6.)   BECOMING                    (a) comb                    (b) game                     (c) gone

7.)   ASSAULT                        (a) lass                       (b) loss                       (c) salt

8.)   ADJUSTMENT               (a) Amuse                  (b) Must                     (c) Near

9.)   AGRICULTURE             (a) Attire                    (b) late                       (c) agric

10.) INFORMATION            (a) nation                   (b) from                     (c) normal

Section C

In each of the following numbers there are three sentences

Read them carefully and decide which of them should come first, second and third

An example is given below

i.)                 The boys were stung by the bees

ii.)              The boys went honey hunting

iii.)            Their friends laughed at them (a) 123 (b) 213 (c) 231 The answer is B

 

11.)          i.) I'll go by air

ii.) I'll travel to London

iii.) I'll call on the queen                            (a) 1,3,2         (b) 2,3,1         (c) 3,2,1

 

12.)          i.) The defenders were careless and slow

ii.) The goalkeeper was angry

iii.) Two cheap goals were scored                         (a) 1,3,2         (b) 1,2,3         (c) 3,2,1

 

13.)          i.) Olu bought an entry form

ii.) They offered him admission

iii.) He wrote an entrance examinations   (a) 1,2,3         (b) 1,3,2         (c) 3,2,1

 

14.)          i.) The teacher flogged David

ii.) Other pupils laughed at David

iii.) David came late to school                   (a) 1,3,2         (b) 1,2,3         (c) 3,1,2

 

15.)          i.) I bought biros with my money

ii.) I kept it in my purse

iii.) My brother gave me money                (a) 1,2,3         (b) 3,2,1         (c) 1,3,2

 

Section D

Choose the best answer from a, b or c

Sample:          We judge people by what they do rather than what they say. Why?

(a)  Words are sometimes hard to understand

(b)  What people do, tells us what they are really alike.

(c)  What people do, is not always the right thing                             Ans = B

 

16.)          Why do we breast-feed

(a)  It is because it is the cheapest way of feeding babies

(b)  It is because no other food is so nourishing to babies

(c)  Because it is the easiest to prepare

 

17.)          Why do so many boys wear school cap?

(a)  Because they look silly

(b)  because they look smarter tan those without caps

(c)  to show to which school boys belong

 

18.)          What is a pen?

(a)  Something to write with

(b)  something that holds ink as you write

(c)  something used for writing with ink

 

19.)          What is the meaning of "Never say die"

(a)  Always say live

(b)  try, try and try again

(c)  polite people don't say die

 

20.)          Why do police wear uniform

(a)  To frighten burglars

(b)  To show what they are

(c)  to hold up the traffic

 



 

Description: IMG-20130905-WA0002ISLAND BUILDERS BAPTIST SCHOOL

(NURSERY & PRIMARY)

1A, MOBOLAJI BANK-ANTHONY STREET, LAGOS.

 

SECOND TERM EXAMINATION 2017

CLASS: PRIMARY 6                                                                     SUBJECT: SOCIAL STUDIES

NAME:……………………………………………………………………………………

Read the following questions and pick out the best answer from the given alternatives

1.)   Social studies is the study of man and his ______ (a) body (b) environment (c) religion

2.)   The most expensive means of transportation is by ____ (a) air (b) water (c) land

3.)   All the followings are benefits of division of labour except ____

(a) It is onotonous          (b) It saves time       (c) it saves energy

4.)   All these are problems of marriage except ____ (a) adultery     (b) love   (c) childlessness

5.)   The head of a primary school is called the ____ (a) vice chancellor (b) head teacher (c) baron

6.)   Whose picture is on the One Hundred naira Nigerian note (a) General Muritala Mohammed (b) Chief Obafemi Awolowo (c) Alhaji Sir Ahmed Bello

 

7.)   The following are man-made resources except ____ (a) boreholes   (b) forests   (c) cars

8.)   Formal education is received in the _____ (a) churches   (b) school (c) markets

9.)   _____ is the legal union between a man and a woman to become husband and wife

(a) marriage         (b) couples                (c) family

10.) ______ is a type of marriage where a man marries a woman

(a) polygamy       (b) monogamy          (c) secret

11.) _____ is the social smallest unit (a) marriage         (b) school      (c) family

12.) A follower or faithful of Islam is called a _______ (a) Moslem (b) Christian (c) Buddhist

13.) The holy book of the Christian is called the Holy _____ (a) grail (b) Bible (c) Mantras

14.) The founder of Christianity is _____ (a ) Jesus Christ       (b) Mohammed (c) Budah

15.) The killing of twins in Nigeria was stopped by _____

(a) Jaja of Opbob           (b) Mungo Park        (c) Mary Slessor

16.) Kano was famous in the olden days for its _____

(a) groundnuts pyramids           (b) cocoa                   (c) coffee

17.) Crude oil was first discovered in _____ (a) Oloibiri    (b) Ijebu Ode    (c) Badagry

18.) The major source of government revenue in Nigeria is ____

(a) Cocoa                         (b) cotton                   (c) petroleum

19.) ______ means a breakup in marriage (a) courtship                        (b) engagement         (c) divorce

20.) _____ is the movement of people from one country to another country

(a) Abroad           (b) migration             (c) custom

 

 

 

Part B: Theory

1.)   Write out four ways that Nigerians are influenced by foreign culture

(a) ________________________________            (b) ________________________________

(c) ________________________________            (d) ________________________________

 

2.)   Write out four problems in marriage

(a) ________________________________            (b) ________________________________

(c) ________________________________            (d) ________________________________

 

3.)   Write out four causes of religious intolerance

(a) ________________________________            (b) ________________________________

(c) ________________________________            (d) ________________________________

 

4.)   Explain the following on the Nigeria coat of arm

(a) The eagle (b) The two horses

5.)   Write out the National Anthem

 


 

Description: IMG-20130905-WA0002ISLAND BUILDERS BAPTIST SCHOOL

(NURSERY & PRIMARY)

1A, MOBOLAJI BANK-ANTHONY STREET, LAGOS.

 

SECOND TERM EXAMINATION 2017

CLASS: PRIMARY 6                                             SUBJECT: AGRICULTURAL  SCIENCE

NAME:……………………………………………………………………………………

Part A: Objective

Pick out the right answers from the given alternatives

1.)   Mechanized farming involves the use if farms _____

(a) implements (b) equipments (c) machines

2.)   The early men were (a) pilots              (b) wanderers           (c) civilized

3.)   The branch of agricultural science that deals with fish production is known as ____

(a) fishing            (b) fishery                 (c) fishes

4.)   The rearing of animals for man's use s known as animal ____

(a) husbandry                 (b) midwifery                        (c) cultivation

5.)   Cocoa can be used to produce beverage like ____ (a) Nescafe (b) Lipton (c) Milo

6.)   _____ can further be processed to produce garri (a) cassava (b) tomatoes (c) potatoes

7.)   One of the advantages of agricultural science is that farm product are used as ____ for industries (a) electricity (b) raw materials (c) capital

 

8.)   Hide and skin are the raw materials that are used to produce ____

(a) wear and tear            (b) shoes and bus     (c) gold and silver

9.)   ____ is the uppermost part of the earth that supports plants growth (a) soil (b) ground (c) land

10.) _____ soil is used to build houses and bridges (a) sandy (b) loamy (c) clay

11.) ___ is the process of breaking rocks into smaller units (a) weathering (b) volcano (c) blasting

12.) In Nigeria the vegetation is mostly affected by the _____ (a) sun (b) sound (c) climate

13.) _____ is the weather condition of a place for a very long period of time

 (a) weather         (b) climate     (c) nature

14.) ____ is man-made effort to plant trees in barren land so as to create forest

(a) deregulation (b) deforestation      (c) afforestation

15.) ____ are used by farmers in the olden days to pull ploughs (a) bullocks (b) lion (c) zebras

16.) _____ rock is also a tourist centre in Abeokuta (a) zuma (b) Aso (c) Oluomo

17.) _____ production is the process of cultivating plants that are useful to man

(a) Animal           (b) crop          (c) fish

18.) Soil is formed as a result of _____ (a) snowing (b) raining (c) weathering

19.) A monocotyledon plant is a plant with only _____ cotyledon (a) one (b) two (c) three

20.) The covering of soil surface with dry grasses is known as ____

(a) manufacturing          (b) mulching                         (c) welding

 

Part B: Theory

1.)   Mention four samples of farm tools and state their functions

(a) ________________________________            (b) ________________________________

(c) ________________________________            (d) ________________________________

 

2.)   Define the following

a.) Afforestation (b) deforestation (c) monocropping (d) mixed farming

 

3.)   Mention two preplanting operation

(a) ________________________________            (b) ________________________________

 

b.) Mention two post planting operation

(a) ________________________________            (b) ________________________________

 

4.)   State five employment opportunities which agriculture offers

(a) ________________________________            (b) ________________________________

(c) ________________________________            (d) ________________________________

(e) ________________________________

 

5.)   Agricultural product                                                      Industrial uses

a.)   Cocoa

b.)   Kolanut

c.)   Cassava

d.)   Rubber

e.)   Timber



 


 

Description: IMG-20130905-WA0002ISLAND BUILDERS BAPTIST SCHOOL

(NURSERY & PRIMARY)

1A, MOBOLAJI BANK-ANTHONY STREET, LAGOS.

 

SECOND TERM EXAMINATION 2017

CLASS: PRIMARY 6                                                                     SUBJECT: BASIC SCIENCE

NAME:……………………………………………………………………………………

Read the following questions and pick the best answer from the given alternative

1.)   Hinge joints are found in the _____ (a) chest           (b) elbow       (c) neck

2.)   Which of the following is a magnetic material ____ (a) iron         (b) paper       (c) plastic

3.)   The removal of waste product from the body is called ____

(a) excretion       (b) irritability            (c) reproduction

4.)   The boiling point of water is _____ degree Celsius (a) 100           (b) 1000         (c) 10,000

5.)   Which of the following is not a sense organ ____ (a) ear   (b) eye            (c) heart

6.)   Drugs are substances that affect the action of the _____ (a) body            (b) coin         (c) oil

7.)   The nature of drugs can be natural or _____ (a) pointless (b) synthetic (c) useful

8.)   Some food items are naturally occurring ____ (a) drugs (b) paper (c) bag

9.)   A person that prepares and disposes drug is called a _____ (a) nurse (b) doctor (c) pharmacist

10.) Lime, Honey or Kolanuts are examples of ____ drugs

(a) naturally occurring  (b) synthetic                         (c) fermented

11.) _____ are things that have lives in them (a) dead   (b) living        (c) dynamic

12.) Non living things do not have ____ in them (a) lives         (b) stones      (c) bones

13.) The ability of living things to bring forth offsprings that resemble their parents is known as _____ (a) photosynthesis   (b) irritability            (c) reproduction

 

14.) Synthetic drugs are ____ formulated (a) chemically (b) naturally (c) spiritually

15.) _____ is the condition of the atmosphere for a very brief period of time.

(a) weather          (b) time          (c) climate

16.) _______ is the weather instrument that is used to measure the amount of rainfall

(a) rainguage       (b) barometer            (c) anemometer

17.) _____ is an example of hard drug (a) cocaine         (b) cocoa       (c) sugar cane

18.) Health is ________ (a) dangerous     (b) wealth      (c) good

19.) _______ can make us to be unhealthy (a) malnutrition     (b) good food            (c) exercise

20.) ______ is the natural source of light during the day (a) battery   (b) moon        (c) sun

 

 

 

 

 

Part B: Theory

1.)   Write out five ways by which HIV/AIDS virus may be transmitted from one person to another

(a) ________________________________            (b) ________________________________

(c) ________________________________            (d) ________________________________

(e) ________________________________

 

2.)   Write out five classes of food and write out two food items under each class

(a) ___________________________________________________________________    

(b) ___________________________________________________________________

(c) ____________________________________________________________________  

(d) ____________________________________________________________________

(e) ____________________________________________________________________

 

3.)   Write out five cash crops

(a) ________________________________            (b) ________________________________

(c) ________________________________            (d) ________________________________

(e) ________________________________

 

4.)   Mention five synthetic drugs

(a) ________________________________            (b) ________________________________

(c) ________________________________            (d) ________________________________

(e) ________________________________

 

5.)   Write out in full MR NIGER D

__________________________________________________________________________       

__________________________________________________________________________

 


 

Description: IMG-20130905-WA0002ISLAND BUILDERS BAPTIST SCHOOL

(NURSERY & PRIMARY)

1A, MOBOLAJI BANK-ANTHONY STREET, LAGOS.

 

SECOND TERM EXAMINATION 2017

CLASS: PRIMARY 6                                                  SUBJECT: VOCATIONAL APTITUDE

NAME:……………………………………………………………………………………

Part A: Objectives

Choose the right option from the given alternative

1.)   ______ is the oldest vocation (a) drama        (b) preaching           (c) farming

2.)   The vocation of a ______ is cooking (a) chef                       (b) cooker     (c) stove

3.)   The mixture of two or more metals is known as ______ (a) alloy (b) diamond (c) emerald

4.)   One of the characteristics of a true professionals is ______

(a) hatred             (b) bitterness                        (c) good character

5.)   The professional body regulating accounting profession in Nigeria is ______

(a) COREN                      (b) ICAN                   (c) CIBN

6.)   The regulatory body for engineers is _____ (a) COREN     (b) CBN         (c) CIMN

7.)   _______ is a processed data (a) course         (b) subject     (c) information

8.)   Which device is used to process data ______ (a) switch    (b) VSAT      (c) computer

9.)   Which of these is an indoor sport _____ (a) basketball      (b) football    (c) athletics

10.)          ______ trains an athlete or sportsman (a) tailor (b) coach      (c) teacher

11.)          Which of these is not a board game (a) Ludo      (b) chess       (c) poker

12.)          Welding is the joining of two or more wooden parts (a) True (b) False         (c) Maybe

13.)          _______ conducts current to the fusing metal (a) electrode    (b) wire         (c) cable

14.)          _____ controls air traffic (a) pilot            (b) engineer (c) air traffic comptroller

15.)          The person that design aircraft is called ____ (a) pilot (b) aerospace engineer (c) lawyer

16.)          Another name for military is _____ (a) armed forces (b) armlet (c) anchor

17.)          Armed forces are divided into _____ groups (a) one (b) two (c) three

18.)          A person that joins Navy is called _____ (a) Bluejacket (b) Scout (c) Sailor

19.)          The terrestrial domain of a country is protected by _____ (a) Army (b) Navy (c) airforce

20.)          To study military as a profession you need to attend

 (a) Nigerian Defence Academy (b) University (c) Polytechnic

 

 

 

 

 

 

Part B: Theory

1.)   Write out four different ranks in the Nigerian Army

(a) ________________________________            (b) ________________________________

(c) ________________________________            (d) ________________________________

 

2.)   Write out any four types of aircraft

(a) ________________________________            (b) ________________________________

(c) ________________________________            (d) ________________________________

 

3.)   Write out any four farm machineries or implements

(a) ________________________________            (b) ________________________________

(c) ________________________________            (d) ________________________________

 

4.)   Mention two types of welding

(a) ________________________________            (b) ________________________________

 

5.)   List four indoor sports

(a) ________________________________            (b) ________________________________

(c) ________________________________            (d) ________________________________

 


 

Description: IMG-20130905-WA0002ISLAND BUILDERS BAPTIST SCHOOL

(NURSERY & PRIMARY)

1A, MOBOLAJI BANK-ANTHONY STREET, LAGOS.

 

SECOND TERM EXAMINATION 2017

CLASS: PRIMARY 6                                                               SUBJECT: HOME ECONOMICS

NAME:……………………………………………………………………………………

Read the following questions and pick the right answer from the given alternatives

1.)   ________ is the process of keeping food for some time before the final use

(a) Food storage                         (b) food condensation         (c) food mobilization

2.)   Food items like dry pepper or garri can be stored in _____ container

(a) iron                 (b) plastic                              (c) nylon

3.)   Food items like yam or cassava and some fruits like bananas, oranges or pineapple are best stored in _____ (a) cupboards (b) racks (c) fridge

 

4.)   _______ is the process of preserving food in the freezer (a) freezing (b) cooling (c) warming

5.)   Preserving food with a wire gauze over a heated charcoal is known as _____

(a) salting                        (b) smoking              (c) freezing

6.)   We preserve food in order to avoid _____ (a) wastage       (b) rainfall    (c) enjoyment

7.)   Special ______ are types of food items that are prepared for special occasion

(a) plates              (b) pans                      (c) dishes

8.)   Zobo is an example of _____ drink (a) hot   (b) dry            (c) local

9.)   ______ is a list of food to be served at a meal          (a) menu        (b) budget     (c) jollofy

10.) ________ is what we receive when we work (a) judgement (b) income (c) outcome

11.) _____ are very important crucial things (a) needs (b) wants (c) requirement

12.) _____ are things that we wish to have (a) needs (b) wants (c) requirements

13.) Buying shares or debentures are examples of _____ income

(a) investment                 (b) MMM                  (c) dubious

14.) The body organ that is responsible for balancing in movement is the ____

(a) skin                 (b) nose                      (c) ear

15.) The common parasite that lives on the hair is called ____ (a) ringworm (b) lice (c) germs

16.) The first set of teeth which human grow are called ____ teeth (a) wisdom (b) junior (c) milk

17.) The following are examples of family crisis except_____ (a) accident (b) death (c) promotion

18.) The struggle between two or more groups of people is known as _____

(a) problem         (b) challenge                        (c) conflict

19.) Nutrients are ____ that are found in food items

(a) chemical materials   (b) liquid substances           (c) edible and useful substances

20.) Which of the following is a deficiency disease ____ (a) malaria (b) fever (c) kwashiorkor

 

 

 

Part B: Theory

1.)   Write out any four special dishes in your localty

(a) ________________________________            (b) ________________________________

(c) ________________________________            (d) ________________________________

 

2.)   Mention two local drinks

(a) ________________________________            (b) ________________________________

 

3.)   Mention four sources of income

(a) ________________________________            (b) ________________________________

(c) ________________________________            (d) ________________________________

 

4.)   Write out four ways by which we can spend wisely

(a) ________________________________            (b) ________________________________

(c) ________________________________            (d) ________________________________

 

5.)   Explain how to make "Kununu"

__________________________________________________________________________       

__________________________________________________________________________

 


 

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SECOND TERM EXAMINATION 2017

CLASS: PRIMARY 6                                                             SUBJECT: BIBLE KNOWLEDGE

NAME:……………………………………………………………………………………

Part A: Answer all the questions

1.)   Saul was travelling to imprison believers (a) Damascus     (b) Rome        (c) Israel

2.)   Saul was blind for ______ days (a) three      (b) seven        (c) nine

3.)   God told ________ to pray for Saul so that he might regain his sight

(a) Jacob              (b) Ananias               (c) Abraham

4.)   ______ asked Saul why he was persecuting Him (a) James (b) John (c) Jesus

5.)   God can transform a person's life when they believe in Jesus ____

(a) Fact                 (b) friction                (c) false

6.)   Being transformed simply means _____ (a) convert           (b) corrupt     (c) capable

7.)   After his conversion, Saul's name was changed to _____ (a) Sule (b) Paul (c) Captain

8.)   How many books are in the Bible ____ (a) 42          (b) 66                        (c) 80

9.)   What is the name of the Shepherd boy who became the second king of Isreal _____

(a) Saul                (b) David                  (c) Jonathan

10.) How many brothers did Joseph have (a) 11                         (b) 12             (c) 13

11.) Who were the parent's of Cain and Abel ____

 (a) Adam and Eve         (b) Joseph and Mary           (c) Patrick and Elizabeth

12.) Who did Boaz marry ____ (a) Mary                         (b) Ruth         (c) Elizabeth

13.) Who found baby Moses in the river? _____

(a) Pharaoh's daughter              (b) Zion's daughter             (c) Saul's daughter

14.) What was the name of the mountain where Moses was given the ten commandments

(a) Arafat             (b) Sinai        (c) Everest   

15.) What did King Solomon ask God to give him (a) Money              (b) Fame        (c) Wisdom

16.) What was the first miracle of Jesus

(a) turning water into wine (b) walking on the sea (c) feeding the five thousand people

17.) What kind of work did Zaccheaus do (a) Tax collector     (b) Teacher    (c) Preacher

18.) Who said "Thou are my beloved son in thee I am well pleased"___

(a) Jacob                          (b) Joseph                  (c) God

19.) _____ did not follow his brother to look for grain in Egypt during famine

(a) Benjamin       (b) Rubean    (c) Isaac

20.) _____ is what we want to achieve within a certain period of time. (a) Goal (b) Target (c) Aim

 

 

 

Part B: Theory

1.)   Mention two type of goals and give explanation of the two types of goals

__________________________________________________________________________       

__________________________________________________________________________

__________________________________________________________________________       

__________________________________________________________________________

 

2.)   What are epistles?

__________________________________________________________________________       

__________________________________________________________________________

 

b.) What are goals?

__________________________________________________________________________       

__________________________________________________________________________

 

3.)   Mention four epistles of Paul

(a) ________________________________            (b) ________________________________

(c) ________________________________            (d) ________________________________

 

4.)   What is temptation

__________________________________________________________________________       

__________________________________________________________________________

 

b.) Write out the three temptation of our Lord Jesus.

(a) ________________________________            (b) ________________________________

(c) ________________________________           

 

5.)   Write out the first four books of the New Testament.

(a) ________________________________            (b) ________________________________

(c) ________________________________            (d) ________________________________

 

 


 

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SECOND TERM EXAMINATION 2017

CLASS: PRIMARY 6                                                                     SUBJECT: CIVIC EDUCATION

NAME:……………………………………………………………………………………

Part A: Objectives

Choose the right answer from the given alternatives

1.)   Honesty, hardwork and discipline are all examples of ____ (a) virtues (b) vices (c) immoral

2.)   National honours are awards given to ______ some members of the society

(a) honour                       (b) disgrace               (c) disrespect

3.)   Who formed the first political party in Nigeria

(a) Herbert Macaulay    (b) Lord Lugard        (c) Awolowo

4.)   Who is the current President of Federal Republic of Nigeria

(a) Professor Osibajo                 (b) Muhammed Buhari        (c) Aguyi Ironsi

5.)   What does the eagle on the Nigerian Coat of Arm represent (a) Love (b) Peace (c) Strength

6.)   Which country's flag is called the Union Jack (a) Great Britain (b) United States (c) Uganda

7.)   Who is the current Senate President of Nigeria

(a) Senator Bola Ahmed Tinubu (b) Senator Bukola Saraki (c) Senator Mamora

8.)   Who was the first Nigerian President

(a) Musa Yar'Adua (b) Dr. Nnamdi Aizkwe (c) Olusegun Obasanjo

9.)   How many local government do we have in Nigeria (a) 774          (b) 684          (c) 384

10.) Nigeria became a Republic on October 1st _____ (a) 1950           (b) 1960         (c) 1963

11.) Who gave Nigeria her name _____ (a) Flora Show (b) Mary Agbesi (c) Ngozi Oweala

12.) Nigeria is divided into _____ geographical zones (a) three          (b) four          (c) six

13.) Who is the current Minister of Finance

(a) Kemi Adeosun          (b) Kemi Olunloyo (c) Kemi Amigbade

14.) The highest national order in Nigeria is _____ (a) OFR    (b) MFR         (c) GCFR

15.) The national awards are in _____ major categories (a) two          (b) four          (c) six

16.) _____ is the love for our fatherland. (a) Patriotism                        (b) Treason    (c) Betrayal

17.) The capital of Bayelsa State is _____ (a) Maiduguri (b) Yenagoa (c) Minna

18.) CFR means _____ (a) Commander of the Order of the Federal Republic (b) Captain of the Order of the Federal Republic (c) Coach of the order of the Federal Republic

 

19.) ______ are standard rules and regulations that determine how an individual behaves

        (a) law    (b) avenue     (c) opportunity

20.) Payment of tax is our civic ____       (a) education                         (b) duty          (c) war

 

 

Part B: Theory

1.)   Write out four National Honours

(a) ________________________________            (b) ________________________________

(c) ________________________________            (d) ________________________________

 

2.)   Write out in full (a) NAFDAC (b) EFCC

__________________________________________________________________________       

__________________________________________________________________________

__________________________________________________________________________       

__________________________________________________________________________

 

3.)   What is a political party

__________________________________________________________________________       

__________________________________________________________________________

 

4.)   Mention four examples of political parties that you know

(a) ________________________________            (b) ________________________________

(c) ________________________________            (d) ________________________________

 

5.)   Write out the National Pledge

 


 

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SECOND TERM EXAMINATION 2017

CLASS: PRIMARY 6                                                                     SUBJECT: CREATIVE ART

NAME:……………………………………………………………………………………

1.)   What is Art

__________________________________________________________________________       

__________________________________________________________________________

 

2.)   Creative Art is divided into two major parts which are _____________ and ______________

3.)   Write out five branches of Art

(a) ________________________________            (b) ________________________________

(c) ________________________________            (d) ________________________________

(e) ________________________________

 

4.)   What is painting

__________________________________________________________________________       

__________________________________________________________________________

 

5.)   What is drawing

__________________________________________________________________________       

__________________________________________________________________________

 

6.)   Explain NOK Art

__________________________________________________________________________       

__________________________________________________________________________

 

7.)   Write out two importance of art towards the society

__________________________________________________________________________       

__________________________________________________________________________

 

8.)   Draw and paint a rainbow

 

 

 

 

 

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Description: IMG-20130905-WA0002ISLAND BUILDERS BAPTIST SCHOOL

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1A, MOBOLAJI BANK-ANTHONY STREET, LAGOS.

 

SECOND TERM EXAMINATION 2017

CLASS: PRIMARY 6                                                                     SUBJECT: BASIMATHEMATICS

NAME:……………………………………………………………………………………

Solve the following questions and put the right answers from the given alternatives

Part A: Objectives

1.)   Express 3/5 of 2 hours in minutes ____ (a) 500 minutes (b) 300minutes (c) 72 minutes

2.)   Express 15grammes as a decimal of 3kg        (a) 0.005        (b) 0.015        (c) 0.315

3.)   Add up 1.03, 0.006 and 2.1      (a) 3.136        (b) 2.103        (c) 3.1487

4.)   Write out all factors of 8.          (a) 1, 2, 3, 4   (b) 1,2 4, 8     (c) 8, 16, 24, 32

5.)   Express 25 as a fraction of 125           (a) 1/25            (b) 1/125           (c) 1/5

6.)   Express three thousand nine hundred and forty two in roman numerals

(a) MMM             (b) MXMIII               (c) MMMCMXLII

7.)   Write out all factors of 12    (a) 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 12         (b) 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 12        (c) 1, 3, 5, 7, 9, 12

8.)   Express 1010111 in words (a) One million, ten thousand one hundred and eleven (b) one billion ten thousand one hundred and eleven (c) one hundred thousand, one million and ten

 

9.)   Write fifty three million, eight hundred thousand and thirteen in figures

(a) 53800130      (b) 50308013           (c) 53800013

10.) What is the place value of 8 in 148214      (a) 8000           (b) 80000       (c) 800000

11.) Sum up the place value of 8 and 4 in 18423     (a) 80400      (b) 4800      (c) 8400

12.) Express 85/1000 as a decimal number (a) 0.085        (b) 0.850       (c) 0.85

13.) Change 0.34 to a fraction in its lowest term (a) ¾      (b) 17/50       (c) 34/10

14.) Write 20,220,110 in words (a) Twenty billion, two hundred and twenty thousand, one hundred and ten (b) twenty million, ten million two hundred and ten (c) ten million, twenty thousand and eleven

 

15.) What is the place value of 2 in 198.42 (a) two tenth (b) two hundred (c) two thousand

16.) A line that is drawn from one part of the circle that passes through the centre to the other part of the circle is called _________       (a) chord        (b) diameter (c) radius

 

17.) The prime numbers between 50 and 60 are _________ and ________

        (a) 51 and 53                 (b) 53 and 59                        (c) 57 and 59

18.) Change 75% to decimal (a) 0.75        (b) 0.705        (c) 7.5

19.) Calculate the L.C.M of 18, 27 and 36            (a) 108           (b) 54                         (c) 27

20.) What is the product of 5.2 and 1.3     (a) 6.76          (b) 7.66          (c) 5.86

 

 

 

Part B: Show all workings

1.)   One quarter of a number is 84. What is the number

2.)   How many times is 0.05 contained in 85

3.)   Calculate the average of 76, 50, 44, 20 and 40

4.)   Decrease 2000 by 20%

5.)   Find the difference between 132/3 and 21/3

 


 

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SECOND TERM EXAMINATION 2017

CLASS: PRIMARY 6                                                         SUBJECT: ENGLISH LANGUAGE

NAME:……………………………………………………………………………………

Read the passage below and answer the questions that follow

24 Broad Street,

Lagos Island,

Lagos State,

8th January 2017

The Headteacher,

Asebolu Group of Schools

38, Bode Thomas Street,

Lagos

 

Dear Sir,

 

A Letter of Complaints

I wish to draw your attention to some problems that we pupils of this great institution now face. In the first place, the noise that comes from the Ajibola block industry located at the back of the school is an unpleasant and disturbing. Hearing the noise when teaching is going on is enough to distract us.

 

We find it difficult to concentrate on our lessons when teaching is going on. One of our teachers made us to understand that the owner of the industry did not get the government's approval to locate the industry there.

 

Dear Sir you need to do something urgently about this as a stitch in time saves time.

 

Thank you.

 

Yours faithfully,

 

Davies Agboola

 

Questions

1.)   Who is the writer of the letter ___________________________________________________

 

2.)   To whom is the letter addressed _________________________________________________

___________________________________________________________________________

 

3.)   Mention what the author complained about ________________________________________

___________________________________________________________________________

 

4.)   Who do you think owns the block industry ________________________________________

___________________________________________________________________________

5.)   Where do you think the block industry should be located

______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

 

Part B

Active Voice                                                                         Passive Voice

6.)   Cats eat mice

7.)   The horses are pulling the wagon

8.)   The girls swept the classroom

9.)   The woman was selling some oranges

10.) I love my school

 

Part C           

Identify the type of pronoun that is underlined in each of the following sentences

Sample: I am happy (personal pronoun)

11.) Where are you going (_________________ pronoun)

12.) It is good to be good ( _________________ pronoun)

13.) This is my class teacher ( ________________ pronoun)

14.) Who is an accountant ( ______________ pronoun)

15.) These books are mine ( __________________ pronoun)

 

Part D

Fill the gaps with the synonyms of the underlined words

16.) Mungo Park discovered the source of the River Niger    (a) made    (b) found    (c) formed

17.) I remembered what you said   (a) forgive     (b) recall        (c) think

18.) The thieves intended to attack the rich man in the night (a) attempted    (b) went   (c) planned

19.) He is a faithful man, you can depend on him (a) reply      (b) rely           (c) rest

20.) My Uncle is the head of the village (a) judge          (b) priest        (c) leader

 

Part E

        Direct Speech                                                               Indirect Speech

21.) Olu said "I have two pencils"

22.) The woman said" I can drive

23.) Olu said that he could do it

24.) The pastor said "My wife is a woman"

25.) The woman said" I may travel tomorrow

 

Part F

Write a letter to your dad narrating your experience to him during the last excursion to general post, marina.

 


 

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SECOND TERM EXAMINATION 2017

CLASS: PRIMARY 6                                                         SUBJECT: VERBAL REASONING

NAME:……………………………………………………………………………………

Study the samples and answer the questions that follow

Section A

Write out the word that will complete the first word and start the second word

Sample:          M ___ck

                        ___lc    (a) a    (b) e   (c) o      The answer is o i.e. Mock and Old which is option C. Now answer the following questions

1.)   Give ____ trife               (a) d                (b) n                (c) s

2.)   _____orn _____lose     (a) b                (b) c                (c) w

3.)   Lea____    ____owl       (a) c                (b) d                (c) f

4.)   Kitt____n ____mpire    (a) a                (b) e                (c) i

5.)   _____lright  ____rrow (a) a                (b) b                (c) c

Section B

Write out the word that cannot be formed from the word that is written in capital letter

Sample EDUCATION (a) action (b) lotion (c) caution The answer is Lotion. Now do the following

 

6.)   BECOMING                    (a) comb                    (b) game                     (c) gone

7.)   ASSAULT                        (a) lass                       (b) loss                       (c) salt

8.)   ADJUSTMENT               (a) Amuse                  (b) Must                     (c) Near

9.)   AGRICULTURE             (a) Attire                    (b) late                       (c) agric

10.) INFORMATION            (a) nation                   (b) from                     (c) normal

Section C

In each of the following numbers there are three sentences

Read them carefully and decide which of them should come first, second and third

An example is given below

i.)                 The boys were stung by the bees

ii.)              The boys went honey hunting

iii.)            Their friends laughed at them (a) 123 (b) 213 (c) 231 The answer is B

 

11.)          i.) I'll go by air

ii.) I'll travel to London

iii.) I'll call on the queen                            (a) 1,3,2         (b) 2,3,1         (c) 3,2,1

 

12.)          i.) The defenders were careless and slow

ii.) The goalkeeper was angry

iii.) Two cheap goals were scored                         (a) 1,3,2         (b) 1,2,3         (c) 3,2,1

 

13.)          i.) Olu bought an entry form

ii.) They offered him admission

iii.) He wrote an entrance examinations   (a) 1,2,3         (b) 1,3,2         (c) 3,2,1

 

14.)          i.) The teacher flogged David

ii.) Other pupils laughed at David

iii.) David came late to school                   (a) 1,3,2         (b) 1,2,3         (c) 3,1,2

 

15.)          i.) I bought biros with my money

ii.) I kept it in my purse

iii.) My brother gave me money                (a) 1,2,3         (b) 3,2,1         (c) 1,3,2

 

Section D

Choose the best answer from a, b or c

Sample:          We judge people by what they do rather than what they say. Why?

(a)  Words are sometimes hard to understand

(b)  What people do, tells us what they are really alike.

(c)  What people do, is not always the right thing                             Ans = B

 

16.)          Why do we breast-feed

(a)  It is because it is the cheapest way of feeding babies

(b)  It is because no other food is so nourishing to babies

(c)  Because it is the easiest to prepare

 

17.)          Why do so many boys wear school cap?

(a)  Because they look silly

(b)  because they look smarter tan those without caps

(c)  to show to which school boys belong

 

18.)          What is a pen?

(a)  Something to write with

(b)  something that holds ink as you write

(c)  something used for writing with ink

 

19.)          What is the meaning of "Never say die"

(a)  Always say live

(b)  try, try and try again

(c)  polite people don't say die

 

20.)          Why do police wear uniform

(a)  To frighten burglars

(b)  To show what they are

(c)  to hold up the traffic

 



 

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SECOND TERM EXAMINATION 2017

CLASS: PRIMARY 6                                                                     SUBJECT: SOCIAL STUDIES

NAME:……………………………………………………………………………………

Read the following questions and pick out the best answer from the given alternatives

1.)   Social studies is the study of man and his ______ (a) body (b) environment (c) religion

2.)   The most expensive means of transportation is by ____ (a) air (b) water (c) land

3.)   All the followings are benefits of division of labour except ____

(a) It is onotonous          (b) It saves time       (c) it saves energy

4.)   All these are problems of marriage except ____ (a) adultery     (b) love   (c) childlessness

5.)   The head of a primary school is called the ____ (a) vice chancellor (b) head teacher (c) baron

6.)   Whose picture is on the One Hundred naira Nigerian note (a) General Muritala Mohammed (b) Chief Obafemi Awolowo (c) Alhaji Sir Ahmed Bello

 

7.)   The following are man-made resources except ____ (a) boreholes   (b) forests   (c) cars

8.)   Formal education is received in the _____ (a) churches   (b) school (c) markets

9.)   _____ is the legal union between a man and a woman to become husband and wife

(a) marriage         (b) couples                (c) family

10.) ______ is a type of marriage where a man marries a woman

(a) polygamy       (b) monogamy          (c) secret

11.) _____ is the social smallest unit (a) marriage         (b) school      (c) family

12.) A follower or faithful of Islam is called a _______ (a) Moslem (b) Christian (c) Buddhist

13.) The holy book of the Christian is called the Holy _____ (a) grail (b) Bible (c) Mantras

14.) The founder of Christianity is _____ (a ) Jesus Christ       (b) Mohammed (c) Budah

15.) The killing of twins in Nigeria was stopped by _____

(a) Jaja of Opbob           (b) Mungo Park        (c) Mary Slessor

16.) Kano was famous in the olden days for its _____

(a) groundnuts pyramids           (b) cocoa                   (c) coffee

17.) Crude oil was first discovered in _____ (a) Oloibiri    (b) Ijebu Ode    (c) Badagry

18.) The major source of government revenue in Nigeria is ____

(a) Cocoa                         (b) cotton                   (c) petroleum

19.) ______ means a breakup in marriage (a) courtship                        (b) engagement         (c) divorce

20.) _____ is the movement of people from one country to another country

(a) Abroad           (b) migration             (c) custom

 

 

 

Part B: Theory

1.)   Write out four ways that Nigerians are influenced by foreign culture

(a) ________________________________            (b) ________________________________

(c) ________________________________            (d) ________________________________

 

2.)   Write out four problems in marriage

(a) ________________________________            (b) ________________________________

(c) ________________________________            (d) ________________________________

 

3.)   Write out four causes of religious intolerance

(a) ________________________________            (b) ________________________________

(c) ________________________________            (d) ________________________________

 

4.)   Explain the following on the Nigeria coat of arm

(a) The eagle (b) The two horses

5.)   Write out the National Anthem

 


 

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SECOND TERM EXAMINATION 2017

CLASS: PRIMARY 6                                             SUBJECT: AGRICULTURAL  SCIENCE

NAME:……………………………………………………………………………………

Part A: Objective

Pick out the right answers from the given alternatives

1.)   Mechanized farming involves the use if farms _____

(a) implements (b) equipments (c) machines

2.)   The early men were (a) pilots              (b) wanderers           (c) civilized

3.)   The branch of agricultural science that deals with fish production is known as ____

(a) fishing            (b) fishery                 (c) fishes

4.)   The rearing of animals for man's use s known as animal ____

(a) husbandry                 (b) midwifery                        (c) cultivation

5.)   Cocoa can be used to produce beverage like ____ (a) Nescafe (b) Lipton (c) Milo

6.)   _____ can further be processed to produce garri (a) cassava (b) tomatoes (c) potatoes

7.)   One of the advantages of agricultural science is that farm product are used as ____ for industries (a) electricity (b) raw materials (c) capital

 

8.)   Hide and skin are the raw materials that are used to produce ____

(a) wear and tear            (b) shoes and bus     (c) gold and silver

9.)   ____ is the uppermost part of the earth that supports plants growth (a) soil (b) ground (c) land

10.) _____ soil is used to build houses and bridges (a) sandy (b) loamy (c) clay

11.) ___ is the process of breaking rocks into smaller units (a) weathering (b) volcano (c) blasting

12.) In Nigeria the vegetation is mostly affected by the _____ (a) sun (b) sound (c) climate

13.) _____ is the weather condition of a place for a very long period of time

 (a) weather         (b) climate     (c) nature

14.) ____ is man-made effort to plant trees in barren land so as to create forest

(a) deregulation (b) deforestation      (c) afforestation

15.) ____ are used by farmers in the olden days to pull ploughs (a) bullocks (b) lion (c) zebras

16.) _____ rock is also a tourist centre in Abeokuta (a) zuma (b) Aso (c) Oluomo

17.) _____ production is the process of cultivating plants that are useful to man

(a) Animal           (b) crop          (c) fish

18.) Soil is formed as a result of _____ (a) snowing (b) raining (c) weathering

19.) A monocotyledon plant is a plant with only _____ cotyledon (a) one (b) two (c) three

20.) The covering of soil surface with dry grasses is known as ____

(a) manufacturing          (b) mulching                         (c) welding

 

Part B: Theory

1.)   Mention four samples of farm tools and state their functions

(a) ________________________________            (b) ________________________________

(c) ________________________________            (d) ________________________________

 

2.)   Define the following

a.) Afforestation (b) deforestation (c) monocropping (d) mixed farming

 

3.)   Mention two preplanting operation

(a) ________________________________            (b) ________________________________

 

b.) Mention two post planting operation

(a) ________________________________            (b) ________________________________

 

4.)   State five employment opportunities which agriculture offers

(a) ________________________________            (b) ________________________________

(c) ________________________________            (d) ________________________________

(e) ________________________________

 

5.)   Agricultural product                                                      Industrial uses

a.)   Cocoa

b.)   Kolanut

c.)   Cassava

d.)   Rubber

e.)   Timber



 


 

Description: IMG-20130905-WA0002ISLAND BUILDERS BAPTIST SCHOOL

(NURSERY & PRIMARY)

1A, MOBOLAJI BANK-ANTHONY STREET, LAGOS.

 

SECOND TERM EXAMINATION 2017

CLASS: PRIMARY 6                                                                     SUBJECT: BASIC SCIENCE

NAME:……………………………………………………………………………………

Read the following questions and pick the best answer from the given alternative

1.)   Hinge joints are found in the _____ (a) chest           (b) elbow       (c) neck

2.)   Which of the following is a magnetic material ____ (a) iron         (b) paper       (c) plastic

3.)   The removal of waste product from the body is called ____

(a) excretion       (b) irritability            (c) reproduction

4.)   The boiling point of water is _____ degree Celsius (a) 100           (b) 1000         (c) 10,000

5.)   Which of the following is not a sense organ ____ (a) ear   (b) eye            (c) heart

6.)   Drugs are substances that affect the action of the _____ (a) body            (b) coin         (c) oil

7.)   The nature of drugs can be natural or _____ (a) pointless (b) synthetic (c) useful

8.)   Some food items are naturally occurring ____ (a) drugs (b) paper (c) bag

9.)   A person that prepares and disposes drug is called a _____ (a) nurse (b) doctor (c) pharmacist

10.) Lime, Honey or Kolanuts are examples of ____ drugs

(a) naturally occurring  (b) synthetic                         (c) fermented

11.) _____ are things that have lives in them (a) dead   (b) living        (c) dynamic

12.) Non living things do not have ____ in them (a) lives         (b) stones      (c) bones

13.) The ability of living things to bring forth offsprings that resemble their parents is known as _____ (a) photosynthesis   (b) irritability            (c) reproduction

 

14.) Synthetic drugs are ____ formulated (a) chemically (b) naturally (c) spiritually

15.) _____ is the condition of the atmosphere for a very brief period of time.

(a) weather          (b) time          (c) climate

16.) _______ is the weather instrument that is used to measure the amount of rainfall

(a) rainguage       (b) barometer            (c) anemometer

17.) _____ is an example of hard drug (a) cocaine         (b) cocoa       (c) sugar cane

18.) Health is ________ (a) dangerous     (b) wealth      (c) good

19.) _______ can make us to be unhealthy (a) malnutrition     (b) good food            (c) exercise

20.) ______ is the natural source of light during the day (a) battery   (b) moon        (c) sun

 

 

 

 

 

Part B: Theory

1.)   Write out five ways by which HIV/AIDS virus may be transmitted from one person to another

(a) ________________________________            (b) ________________________________

(c) ________________________________            (d) ________________________________

(e) ________________________________

 

2.)   Write out five classes of food and write out two food items under each class

(a) ___________________________________________________________________    

(b) ___________________________________________________________________

(c) ____________________________________________________________________  

(d) ____________________________________________________________________

(e) ____________________________________________________________________

 

3.)   Write out five cash crops

(a) ________________________________            (b) ________________________________

(c) ________________________________            (d) ________________________________

(e) ________________________________

 

4.)   Mention five synthetic drugs

(a) ________________________________            (b) ________________________________

(c) ________________________________            (d) ________________________________

(e) ________________________________

 

5.)   Write out in full MR NIGER D

__________________________________________________________________________       

__________________________________________________________________________

 


 

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(NURSERY & PRIMARY)

1A, MOBOLAJI BANK-ANTHONY STREET, LAGOS.

 

SECOND TERM EXAMINATION 2017

CLASS: PRIMARY 6                                                  SUBJECT: VOCATIONAL APTITUDE

NAME:……………………………………………………………………………………

Part A: Objectives

Choose the right option from the given alternative

1.)   ______ is the oldest vocation (a) drama        (b) preaching           (c) farming

2.)   The vocation of a ______ is cooking (a) chef                       (b) cooker     (c) stove

3.)   The mixture of two or more metals is known as ______ (a) alloy (b) diamond (c) emerald

4.)   One of the characteristics of a true professionals is ______

(a) hatred             (b) bitterness                        (c) good character

5.)   The professional body regulating accounting profession in Nigeria is ______

(a) COREN                      (b) ICAN                   (c) CIBN

6.)   The regulatory body for engineers is _____ (a) COREN     (b) CBN         (c) CIMN

7.)   _______ is a processed data (a) course         (b) subject     (c) information

8.)   Which device is used to process data ______ (a) switch    (b) VSAT      (c) computer

9.)   Which of these is an indoor sport _____ (a) basketball      (b) football    (c) athletics

10.)          ______ trains an athlete or sportsman (a) tailor (b) coach      (c) teacher

11.)          Which of these is not a board game (a) Ludo      (b) chess       (c) poker

12.)          Welding is the joining of two or more wooden parts (a) True (b) False         (c) Maybe

13.)          _______ conducts current to the fusing metal (a) electrode    (b) wire         (c) cable

14.)          _____ controls air traffic (a) pilot            (b) engineer (c) air traffic comptroller

15.)          The person that design aircraft is called ____ (a) pilot (b) aerospace engineer (c) lawyer

16.)          Another name for military is _____ (a) armed forces (b) armlet (c) anchor

17.)          Armed forces are divided into _____ groups (a) one (b) two (c) three

18.)          A person that joins Navy is called _____ (a) Bluejacket (b) Scout (c) Sailor

19.)          The terrestrial domain of a country is protected by _____ (a) Army (b) Navy (c) airforce

20.)          To study military as a profession you need to attend

 (a) Nigerian Defence Academy (b) University (c) Polytechnic

 

 

 

 

 

 

Part B: Theory

1.)   Write out four different ranks in the Nigerian Army

(a) ________________________________            (b) ________________________________

(c) ________________________________            (d) ________________________________

 

2.)   Write out any four types of aircraft

(a) ________________________________            (b) ________________________________

(c) ________________________________            (d) ________________________________

 

3.)   Write out any four farm machineries or implements

(a) ________________________________            (b) ________________________________

(c) ________________________________            (d) ________________________________

 

4.)   Mention two types of welding

(a) ________________________________            (b) ________________________________

 

5.)   List four indoor sports

(a) ________________________________            (b) ________________________________

(c) ________________________________            (d) ________________________________

 


 

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(NURSERY & PRIMARY)

1A, MOBOLAJI BANK-ANTHONY STREET, LAGOS.

 

SECOND TERM EXAMINATION 2017

CLASS: PRIMARY 6                                                               SUBJECT: HOME ECONOMICS

NAME:……………………………………………………………………………………

Read the following questions and pick the right answer from the given alternatives

1.)   ________ is the process of keeping food for some time before the final use

(a) Food storage                         (b) food condensation         (c) food mobilization

2.)   Food items like dry pepper or garri can be stored in _____ container

(a) iron                 (b) plastic                              (c) nylon

3.)   Food items like yam or cassava and some fruits like bananas, oranges or pineapple are best stored in _____ (a) cupboards (b) racks (c) fridge

 

4.)   _______ is the process of preserving food in the freezer (a) freezing (b) cooling (c) warming

5.)   Preserving food with a wire gauze over a heated charcoal is known as _____

(a) salting                        (b) smoking              (c) freezing

6.)   We preserve food in order to avoid _____ (a) wastage       (b) rainfall    (c) enjoyment

7.)   Special ______ are types of food items that are prepared for special occasion

(a) plates              (b) pans                      (c) dishes

8.)   Zobo is an example of _____ drink (a) hot   (b) dry            (c) local

9.)   ______ is a list of food to be served at a meal          (a) menu        (b) budget     (c) jollofy

10.) ________ is what we receive when we work (a) judgement (b) income (c) outcome

11.) _____ are very important crucial things (a) needs (b) wants (c) requirement

12.) _____ are things that we wish to have (a) needs (b) wants (c) requirements

13.) Buying shares or debentures are examples of _____ income

(a) investment                 (b) MMM                  (c) dubious

14.) The body organ that is responsible for balancing in movement is the ____

(a) skin                 (b) nose                      (c) ear

15.) The common parasite that lives on the hair is called ____ (a) ringworm (b) lice (c) germs

16.) The first set of teeth which human grow are called ____ teeth (a) wisdom (b) junior (c) milk

17.) The following are examples of family crisis except_____ (a) accident (b) death (c) promotion

18.) The struggle between two or more groups of people is known as _____

(a) problem         (b) challenge                        (c) conflict

19.) Nutrients are ____ that are found in food items

(a) chemical materials   (b) liquid substances           (c) edible and useful substances

20.) Which of the following is a deficiency disease ____ (a) malaria (b) fever (c) kwashiorkor

 

 

 

Part B: Theory

1.)   Write out any four special dishes in your localty

(a) ________________________________            (b) ________________________________

(c) ________________________________            (d) ________________________________

 

2.)   Mention two local drinks

(a) ________________________________            (b) ________________________________

 

3.)   Mention four sources of income

(a) ________________________________            (b) ________________________________

(c) ________________________________            (d) ________________________________

 

4.)   Write out four ways by which we can spend wisely

(a) ________________________________            (b) ________________________________

(c) ________________________________            (d) ________________________________

 

5.)   Explain how to make "Kununu"

__________________________________________________________________________       

__________________________________________________________________________

 


 

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1A, MOBOLAJI BANK-ANTHONY STREET, LAGOS.

 

SECOND TERM EXAMINATION 2017

CLASS: PRIMARY 6                                                             SUBJECT: BIBLE KNOWLEDGE

NAME:……………………………………………………………………………………

Part A: Answer all the questions

1.)   Saul was travelling to imprison believers (a) Damascus     (b) Rome        (c) Israel

2.)   Saul was blind for ______ days (a) three      (b) seven        (c) nine

3.)   God told ________ to pray for Saul so that he might regain his sight

(a) Jacob              (b) Ananias               (c) Abraham

4.)   ______ asked Saul why he was persecuting Him (a) James (b) John (c) Jesus

5.)   God can transform a person's life when they believe in Jesus ____

(a) Fact                 (b) friction                (c) false

6.)   Being transformed simply means _____ (a) convert           (b) corrupt     (c) capable

7.)   After his conversion, Saul's name was changed to _____ (a) Sule (b) Paul (c) Captain

8.)   How many books are in the Bible ____ (a) 42          (b) 66                        (c) 80

9.)   What is the name of the Shepherd boy who became the second king of Isreal _____

(a) Saul                (b) David                  (c) Jonathan

10.) How many brothers did Joseph have (a) 11                         (b) 12             (c) 13

11.) Who were the parent's of Cain and Abel ____

 (a) Adam and Eve         (b) Joseph and Mary           (c) Patrick and Elizabeth

12.) Who did Boaz marry ____ (a) Mary                         (b) Ruth         (c) Elizabeth

13.) Who found baby Moses in the river? _____

(a) Pharaoh's daughter              (b) Zion's daughter             (c) Saul's daughter

14.) What was the name of the mountain where Moses was given the ten commandments

(a) Arafat             (b) Sinai        (c) Everest   

15.) What did King Solomon ask God to give him (a) Money              (b) Fame        (c) Wisdom

16.) What was the first miracle of Jesus

(a) turning water into wine (b) walking on the sea (c) feeding the five thousand people

17.) What kind of work did Zaccheaus do (a) Tax collector     (b) Teacher    (c) Preacher

18.) Who said "Thou are my beloved son in thee I am well pleased"___

(a) Jacob                          (b) Joseph                  (c) God

19.) _____ did not follow his brother to look for grain in Egypt during famine

(a) Benjamin       (b) Rubean    (c) Isaac

20.) _____ is what we want to achieve within a certain period of time. (a) Goal (b) Target (c) Aim

 

 

 

Part B: Theory

1.)   Mention two type of goals and give explanation of the two types of goals

__________________________________________________________________________       

__________________________________________________________________________

__________________________________________________________________________       

__________________________________________________________________________

 

2.)   What are epistles?

__________________________________________________________________________       

__________________________________________________________________________

 

b.) What are goals?

__________________________________________________________________________       

__________________________________________________________________________

 

3.)   Mention four epistles of Paul

(a) ________________________________            (b) ________________________________

(c) ________________________________            (d) ________________________________

 

4.)   What is temptation

__________________________________________________________________________       

__________________________________________________________________________

 

b.) Write out the three temptation of our Lord Jesus.

(a) ________________________________            (b) ________________________________

(c) ________________________________           

 

5.)   Write out the first four books of the New Testament.

(a) ________________________________            (b) ________________________________

(c) ________________________________            (d) ________________________________

 

 


 

Description: IMG-20130905-WA0002ISLAND BUILDERS BAPTIST SCHOOL

(NURSERY & PRIMARY)

1A, MOBOLAJI BANK-ANTHONY STREET, LAGOS.

 

SECOND TERM EXAMINATION 2017

CLASS: PRIMARY 6                                                                     SUBJECT: CIVIC EDUCATION

NAME:……………………………………………………………………………………

Part A: Objectives

Choose the right answer from the given alternatives

1.)   Honesty, hardwork and discipline are all examples of ____ (a) virtues (b) vices (c) immoral

2.)   National honours are awards given to ______ some members of the society

(a) honour                       (b) disgrace               (c) disrespect

3.)   Who formed the first political party in Nigeria

(a) Herbert Macaulay    (b) Lord Lugard        (c) Awolowo

4.)   Who is the current President of Federal Republic of Nigeria

(a) Professor Osibajo                 (b) Muhammed Buhari        (c) Aguyi Ironsi

5.)   What does the eagle on the Nigerian Coat of Arm represent (a) Love (b) Peace (c) Strength

6.)   Which country's flag is called the Union Jack (a) Great Britain (b) United States (c) Uganda

7.)   Who is the current Senate President of Nigeria

(a) Senator Bola Ahmed Tinubu (b) Senator Bukola Saraki (c) Senator Mamora

8.)   Who was the first Nigerian President

(a) Musa Yar'Adua (b) Dr. Nnamdi Aizkwe (c) Olusegun Obasanjo

9.)   How many local government do we have in Nigeria (a) 774          (b) 684          (c) 384

10.) Nigeria became a Republic on October 1st _____ (a) 1950           (b) 1960         (c) 1963

11.) Who gave Nigeria her name _____ (a) Flora Show (b) Mary Agbesi (c) Ngozi Oweala

12.) Nigeria is divided into _____ geographical zones (a) three          (b) four          (c) six

13.) Who is the current Minister of Finance

(a) Kemi Adeosun          (b) Kemi Olunloyo (c) Kemi Amigbade

14.) The highest national order in Nigeria is _____ (a) OFR    (b) MFR         (c) GCFR

15.) The national awards are in _____ major categories (a) two          (b) four          (c) six

16.) _____ is the love for our fatherland. (a) Patriotism                        (b) Treason    (c) Betrayal

17.) The capital of Bayelsa State is _____ (a) Maiduguri (b) Yenagoa (c) Minna

18.) CFR means _____ (a) Commander of the Order of the Federal Republic (b) Captain of the Order of the Federal Republic (c) Coach of the order of the Federal Republic

 

19.) ______ are standard rules and regulations that determine how an individual behaves

        (a) law    (b) avenue     (c) opportunity

20.) Payment of tax is our civic ____       (a) education                         (b) duty          (c) war

 

 

Part B: Theory

1.)   Write out four National Honours

(a) ________________________________            (b) ________________________________

(c) ________________________________            (d) ________________________________

 

2.)   Write out in full (a) NAFDAC (b) EFCC

__________________________________________________________________________       

__________________________________________________________________________

__________________________________________________________________________       

__________________________________________________________________________

 

3.)   What is a political party

__________________________________________________________________________       

__________________________________________________________________________

 

4.)   Mention four examples of political parties that you know

(a) ________________________________            (b) ________________________________

(c) ________________________________            (d) ________________________________

 

5.)   Write out the National Pledge

 


 

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1A, MOBOLAJI BANK-ANTHONY STREET, LAGOS.

 

SECOND TERM EXAMINATION 2017

CLASS: PRIMARY 6                                                                     SUBJECT: CREATIVE ART

NAME:……………………………………………………………………………………

1.)   What is Art

__________________________________________________________________________       

__________________________________________________________________________

 

2.)   Creative Art is divided into two major parts which are _____________ and ______________

3.)   Write out five branches of Art

(a) ________________________________            (b) ________________________________

(c) ________________________________            (d) ________________________________

(e) ________________________________

 

4.)   What is painting

__________________________________________________________________________       

__________________________________________________________________________

 

5.)   What is drawing

__________________________________________________________________________       

__________________________________________________________________________

 

6.)   Explain NOK Art

__________________________________________________________________________       

__________________________________________________________________________

 

7.)   Write out two importance of art towards the society

__________________________________________________________________________       

__________________________________________________________________________

 

8.)   Draw and paint a rainbow

 

 

 

 

 

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