JS3 BECE Practice Tests – Pre-Vocational Studies

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[ Agricultural Science ]

The most important factor affecting animal and crop production in Nigeria is ___

A. climate   B. land use   C. soil type  D. topography   E. vegetation
[ Agricultural Science ]

Which of the following is NOT a curing method of food presentation?

A. Addition of sugar   B. Addition of vinegar  C. Canning   D. Salting   E. Smoking
[ Agricultural Science ]

Onion stores food in the ____

A. bud    B. corm    C. leaf    D. root    E. stem
[ Agricultural Science ]

Which of the following is NOT an export crop?

A Cassava   B. Groundnut   C. Palm produce  D. Pepper   E. Rice
[ Agricultural Science ]

Which of the following is NOT a component of soil?

A. Air   B. Micro-organism   C. Organic matter   D. Rock   E. Water
[ Home Economics ]

Which of the following is NOT classified as a cleaning agent?

A. Alkaline   B. Bleaches   C. Polishes   D. Starch   E. Water
[ Home Economics ]

Which of these methods of cooking requires careful temperature control?

A. Baking   B. Boiling   C. Frying   D. Roasting   E. Steaming
[ Agricultural Science ]

A system of farming in which a farmer raises only one crop every year on the same piece of land is known as ____

A. continuous cropping   B. crop rotation  C. mixed farming   D. mixed cropping  E. mono cropping.
[ Agricultural Science ]

An adult male cattle is known as ____

A. bull   B. calf   C. heifer   D. ox   E. steer!
[ Home Economics ]

A sink is usually placed near the kitchen window to ____

A. gain good light and ventilation.
B. make for easy reach of the window.
C. make hand washing easy.
D. make plumbing and drainage easy.
E. make the kitchen attractive.
[ Home Economics ]

One of the following is an advantage of bulk buying EXCEPT

A. availability of food in season.
B. economical.
C. having food always in the house.
D. saves time.
E. takes much of family income.

The replacement of un-germinated seeds in the farm is called ______

A. mulching   B. planting   C. supplying  D. thinning   E. transplanting
[ Agricultural Science ]

The method of harvesting in which spears are used to catch big fishes is known as ______

A. electro fishing   B. ultrasonic   C. netting  D. impaling   E. trapping
[ Home Economics ]

A baby’s first sticky stool is called _____

A. colic   B. colostrum   C. diphtheria  D. layette   E. meconium
[ Agricultural Science ]

A marketing activity which involves the grouping of produce into various weights and sizes is known as _____

A. advertisement   B. grading   C. packaging  D. storage   E. transportation
[ Agricultural Science ]

The most reliable method for long term food preservation at room temperature is

A. baking   B. canning   C. cooking  D. freezing   E. refrigeration
[ Agricultural Science ]

Which of the following is NOT a cereal?

A. Cowpea    B. Guinea corn    C. Maize   D. Millet    E. Rice
[ Agricultural Science ]

Which of the following is NOT a cultural method of controlling weeds?

A. Burning   B. Crop rotation   C. Flooding   D. Hoeing    E. Mulching
[ Agricultural Science ]

The following are channels of distributing agricultural produce EXCEPT

A. international market   B. local market   C. representative   D. retailer   E. wholesaler
[ Home Economics ]


The arrow on “E” stands for

A. cutting line   B. plain line   C. side seam  D. warp   E. weft

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