National/State Common Entrance Examination Practice Tests – Basic Science and Technology

National/State Common Entrance Examination Practice Tests – Basic Science and Technology


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Study the diagram above. The part labelled b is _______

A. hip joint     B. shoulder joint     C. ankle joint     D. knee joint    E. elbow joint.

The main source of energy to the earth is ______

A. Food    B. Plant    C. Sun     D. Soil

______ turns blue litmus paper red.

A. Water     B. Air      C. Wind     D. Acid     E. Base

Air pollutants includes the following except ______

A. gas from industrial machines
B. dust in the air
C. odour from nearby latrine
D. smoke from generators
E. industrial waste


Study the figure above. The part labelled B is ______

A. kidney    B. ureter     C. bladder     D. prostate gland     E. urethra

Which of the following contains vitamins?

A. Yam     B. Vegetable oil     C. Pineapple    D. Cassava

Which of the following promotes good health?

A. Brushing of teeth at night
B. Leaving food uncovered
C. Keeping long fingernails
D. Washing hair once in three months


Study the figure above. The part labelled A is ______

A. kidney    B. ureter     C. bladder     D. prostate gland     E. urethra

______ is an example of acid.

A. Hydrochloric    B. Ammonia     C. Laxative    D. Soap    E. Paper

In human reproduction, the female produces a gamete called _____

A. ovum    B. zygote     C. spermatozoan     D. baby    E. gonads

The process by which water is circulated between the earth's surface and the atmosphere is called _____

A. precipitation    B. evaporation    C. transpiration    D. water cycle    E. rain

The ______ pumps blood round the body.

A. pumping machine    B. nose     C. lungs    D. brain    E. heart

Nitrogen is an important element in _______

A. Vitamins    B. Proteins     C. Fats     D. Carbohydrates

The following are disadvantages of not being healthy except

A. Hair    B. Hands and nails    C. Skin    D. Teeth

Plants use _____ for photosynthesis.

A. Oxide of nitrogen    B. Carbon    C. Oxide    D. Nitrates

A young cat is called _____

A. puppy     B. kid      C. lamb     D. kitten     E. chick

______ is an instrument used by astronomers to see distant objects in the sky.

A. Periscope    B. Mirror    C. Telescope    D. Binocular   E. Glass

The following are ways through which our environment are degraded except _____

A. indiscriminate defeation
B. insanitary sewage disposal
C. obnoxious gases from open dumps
D. monthly environmental sanitation
E. dust from open incinerators

Animals are living things that move about in search of ______

A. Money    B. Paper    C. Biro     D. Food

In human reproduction, the male produces a gamete called _____

A. ovum     B. zygote    C. spermatozoan    D. eggs    E. gonads

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