Hello Welcome to The National/State Common Entrance Examination Practice Tests - Verbal Aptitude Set 4 You are to attempt 40 questions for 30 minutes. Supply your name and name of school in the text box below and scroll down this page to begin immediately. Full Name (Surname First): School: SECTION IRead the passage very carefully and choose the options that answer the questions. The Federal Ministry of Education planned to award scholarship to students in three zones of the country. Each zone was represented by the schools labelled A, B and C. The guidelines used in the selection exercise were as follows:First was the principle of merit. The students must sit for a Simple Scholarship Test (SST) and score at least 70% and above.Second was the principle of federal character. Each of the three zones must benefit from the scheme.Thirdly, only the five best students from each school must he selected.Fourthly, where more than five students from a school score 70% and above, a second Test (ST) would be conducted to select the five best students.Fifthly, where the second Test was unable to resolve the selection problem, then an Oral Interview (OT) would be used to arrive at the final selection.After sitting for the Simple Scholarship Test (SST) the five best students from each school scored as follows:school A: 70 — 75%;school B: 65 - 70%;school C: 66 — 69%.The guidelines were strictly adhered to and some of the students benefited from the scheme as a result of one guideline or the other.According to the passage, School A benefited from the scholarship based on all the guidelines. A. True B. False C. Partially true D. Partially false E. UndecidedABCDE Using the first and the second guidelines, school C certainly did not benefit from the scheme.A. True B. False C. Partially true D. Partially false E. UndecidedABCDE If only the first guideline was considered, some of the students in school B would not benefit from the scholarshipA. True B. False C. Partially true D. Partially false E. undecidedABCDE If an oral interview was conducted for school A, it means that less than five students scored the required marks,A. True B. False C. Partially true D. Partially false E. UndecidedABCDE Many students in school B scored 70%.A. True B. False C Partially true D. Partially false E. UndecidedABCDE SECTION IIRead the passage very carefully and choose the options that answer the question.Six girls are sitting in a circle. Shola is sitting opposite to Rahila; Pauline is sitting right of Rahila but left of Debby. Maryam is sitting left of Rahila. Kelechi is sitting right of Shola and left of Maryam. Now Debby and Kelechi, Maryam and Rahila agreed to exchange their positions.Based on this information who is sitting opposite to Shola?A. Debby B. Kelechi C. Maryam D. Pauline E. RahilaABCDE Who is sitting left of Pauline?A. Debby B. Kelechi C. Maryam D. Rahila E. SholaABCDE Who is sitting right of Shola?A. Debby B. Kelechi C. Maryam D. Pauline E. RahilaABCDE Which of these girls have maintained their sitting positions?A. Debby and Kelechi B. Maryam and Pauline C. Rahila and Shola D. Kelechi and Ruhila E. Shola and PaulineABCDE From the sitting arrangement, who is sitting between Rahila and Pauline?A. Debby B. Kelechi C. Maryam D. Pauline E. SholaABCDE SECTION IIIIn the question below, there are three sentences. Read them carefully and decide which one should come first, second and third.1 Someone stole mine. 2. Lend me your pen. 3. I don’t have any.A. 1.2,3 B. 1.3,2 C. 2,1,3 D. 2,3,1 E. 3,1,2ABCDE 1. Tersoo worked hard. 2. Tersoo passed the entrance exam with flying colours. 3. Tersoo sat for the entrance exam.A. 3,2,1 B. 1,2,3 C. 2.3.1 D. 1,3,2 E. 2,1,3ABCDE 1. Kelechi saw his father 2. Someone knocked at the door. 3. Kelechi opened the door.A. 2,1,3 B. 2,3,1 C. 1,2,3 D. 1,3,2 E. 2,2,1ABCDE 1. The old woman was sick. 2. Someone took her to the hospital. 3. She had no money.A. 3,2,1 B. 2,1,3 C. 1,2,3 D. 1,3,2 E. 2,3,1ABCDE 1. The seamstress trimmed the dress. 2. Mummy bought a dress for me. 3. The dress was too big.A. 1,3,2 B. 2,3,1 C. 1,2,3 D. 3,1,2 E. 3,2,1ABCDE SECTION IVIn the question below, you are given a sentence. Read it carefully and decide the extent to which it is true. Select the letter of the correct option.All birds lay eggs.A. Always true B. Often true C. Rarely true D. Undecided E. Never trueABCDE Teachers’ children always do well in school.A. Always true B. Often true C. Rarely true D. Undecided E. Never trueABCDE A kilogram of stone is heavier than a kilogram of cotton.A. Always true B. Often true C. Rarely true D. Undecided E. Never trueABCDE The earth is the only planet that has life. A. Always true B. Often true C. Rarely true D. Undecided E. Never trueABCDE Men enjoy cooking.A. Always true B. Often true C. Rarely true D. Undecided E. Never trueABCDE SECTION VIn the question below, there are five words given. Arrange the words in a meaningful sequence and select the letter that corresponds to the correct option.1. Medicine 2. Doctor 3. Fever 4. Prescribe 5. DiagnoseA. 1, 3, 4, 2, 5 B. 2, 4, 1, 3, 5 C. 3, 2, 5, 4, 1 D. 4, 5, 3, 5, 1 E. 5, 1, 2, 3, 4ABCDE 1. State 2. District 3. town 4. City 5. VillageA. 1,3,5,2,4 B. 1,5,3,4,2 C. 2,4,1,5,3 D. 4,1,5,2,3 E. 5,3,2,4,1ABCDE 1. Cutting 2. Dish 3. Vegetable 4. Market 5. CookingA. 1, 3, 4, 5, 2 B. 1, 5, 2, 4, 3 C. 2, 4, 5, 3, 1 D. 4, 3, 1, 5, 2 E. 5, 3, 2, 1, 4ABCDE 1. Lion 2. Rat 3. Elephant 4. Whale 5. House flyA. 1, 4, 3, 2, 5 B. 2, 3, 1, 5, 4 C. 4, 3, 5, 1, 2 D. 5, 2, 1, 3, 4 E. 5, 1, 3, 1, 2ABCDE 1. Income 2. Status 3. Education 4. Well-being 5. JobA. 1, 3, 5, 2, 4 B. 2, 4, 3, 1, 5 C. 3, 5, 1, 2, 4 D. 4, 5, 3, 2, 1 E. 5, 2, 3, 1, 4ABCDE SECTION VIChoose from the options lettered A — F, the one that corresponds to the word that is correctly spelt.A. Amateur B. Comittee C. Sallon D. Truely E. WonderoursABCDE A. Cofficient B. Conspicous C. Exaggerate D. Foregn E. TommorrowABCDE A. Anemia B. Arguement C. Asthetic D. Commision E. OccasionABCDE A. Accomodation B. Colleague C. Fullfil D. Maintainance E. SlaughtarABCDE A. Audiense B. Syllabus C. Diarrhea D. Pnemonia E. PhamareyABCDE SECTION VIIIn the question below, there is a pair of words followed by another pair which is not complete. Study the first pair carefully and choose from the options lettered A — E, the one that best completes the second pair.Father and son; stallion and _______A. ass. B. filly. C. foal. D. horse. E. marc.ABCDE Abandon and leave; hungry and ________A. eat. B. famished. C. food. D. sad. E. thirsty.ABCDE Bride and groom: rabbit and _______A. doe. B. grub. C. ponny. D. rabitory. E. sow.ABCDE Human and walk: lamb and ______A. craw. B. frisky C. gallop. D. gambol. E. run.ABCDE Lion and den; pig and ______A. house. B. kennel. C. pen. D. stable. E. sty.ABCDE SECTION VIIIThe words below are written in codes. Study each word and its code word carefully and work out how the code is written.Example is given below: EXPLANATION is written as AELPNXNAOITNow use the code pattern to answer question below:Questions:The word CERTIFICATE would be written asA. CCRITFEIETC B. ICRTFEETAIC C. ICTRFEEITAC D. ICRTEEFITAC E. ICRTTEEFITAABCDE The word PARTICIPATE would be written asA. IAPTRCEITAP B. IEIPTRCATAP C. IPTRAETIAPC D. IPTRCAEITAP E. ITRITAPECPAABCDE The word INVITATIONS would be written asA. TAIVASNTION B. TAVINISIONT C. TAVSIINOTIN D. TIAVINSNTOI E. TIIVANSTNOIABCDE The word COMPETITION would be written asA. CEPMTNOIOIT B. CEPTMINOITO C. ECMTOPNIIOT D. ECPMTONIOIT E. ECPTMONOIITABCDE The word EXAMINATION would be written asA. ECMPTNOONT B. ECPMTONION C. EIIMANXAONT D. IEMANXNAOIT E. IEAMNXNOATIABCDE To submit your quiz and see your score/performance report; Make sure you supply your name and name of school in the form above. Unable to submit your quiz? Kindly Click Here To Retake National/State Common Entrance Examination Practice Tests - Verbal Aptitude Set 4. Make sure you supply your full name and name of school before submission. Time is Up! Follow ASSURE On Social Media Categories: National/State Common Entrance Examination Practice Tests (All Subjects) Tags: National/State Common Entrance Examination Practice Tests - Verbal Aptitude Set 4 0 Comments Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * Name * Email * Website What's on your mind? Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Please enter an answer in digits:20 + six = This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.