Hello and Welcome to SSCE (WAEC and NECO) Practice Test - Civic Education You are to attempt 20 Random Objectives Questions ONLY for 15 minutes. Supply your name and name of school in the text box below. Your time starts NOW! Full Name (Surname First): School: Human rights abuse can be prevented through the following, exceptA. constitutional means.B. Court of law.C. mass literacy.D. mass media.E. protest.ABCDEThe responsibilities of government to its citizens include the following, exceptA. creating employment opportunity.B. maintenance of law and order.C. payment of property tax to its citizensD. protection of lives and propertyE. provision of social amenities.ABCDEPolitical apathy often leads toA. low level of participation.B. good governance.C. political stability.D. low literacy levelABCDThe headquarters of United Nations is located inA. Abuja.B. England.C. Hague.D. New York.E. Washington D.C.ABCDEThe greatest hindrance to Nigeria political development isA. by stander.B. corruption.C. manipulation.D. marginalization.E. thuggery.ABCDEZubair: Today is the day for gubernatorial elections, Ade what are you waiting for? Let us go and cast our votes for candidates of our choice.Ade: I have no interest in an election which would not yield any dividend of democracy. Our political elite are only concerned about their interest when they get to the position of authority. For crying out loud, I have made up my mind that I will not vote again.Zubair: Haba! Ade, don’t you remember Abraham Lincoln’s words that ‘all men are not just, all men are not true. But... for every scoundrel there is a hero, that for every selfish politician, there is a dedicated leader!’ Come on, go and cast your vote so that we can choose the right person for the position and change the political, economic and social directions of our great state.Ade’s action as shown in the dialogue is a demonstration of politicalA. wisdom. B. apathy. C. lawlessness. D. participation.ABCDUse the dialogue below to answer the questionAda: Wanja, where are you going to in this ungodly hour of the night?Wanja: l am heading towards my usual joint to enjoy myself.Ada: Which joint?Wanja: XYZ Night Club, where l take marijuana and alcoholic beverages, I really want to be high tonight so that when people see me tomorrow, they will fear and respect me.Ada: Remember, people who work under the influence of hard drugs and alcoholic beverages are prone to either psychiatric problems or premature death. Softly young man, imbibe good-matured character, you have the world at your feet and a destiny to fulfill. Pray you will not be the architect of your own misfortune.From this dialogue, it is very likely that Wanja will be exhibiting the following characters exceptA. disobedience to constituted authority.B. truancy and perpetual lateness to school.C. hospitable attitude towards people.D. arrogance and unruly behavior.ABCDHIV is the acronym for HumanA. Immune Virus.B. Immune-Deficiency Virus.C. Immunity Virus.D. Immunization Virus.E. Immuno-Deficiency Virus.ABCDEThe present constitution of Nigeria came into operation inA. 1995. B. 1996. C. 1997. D. 1998. E. 1999.ABCDEFranchise can be described as the political right toA. belong to a political party.B. contest an election.C. own property.D. vote and be voted for.E. vote during elections.ABCDEWhich of the following is not a skill that promotes interpersonal relationship?A. CaringB. CrueltyC. HonestyD. KindnessE. ToleranceABCDEne of the aims of citizenship education is to produce students withA. creative skill.B. high sense of entrepreneurial skill.C. high sense of patriotism.D. manipulative skills.E. scientific ideas.ABCDEConflicts are better resolved in the society throughA. tribunal B. litigation C. dialogue. D. the court.ABCDWhich month was Nigeria declared Ebola free by the World Health Organisation?A. June, 2014B. July, 2014C. August, 2014D. September, 2014E. October, 2014ABCDEThe spirit of nationalism and patriotism promotesA. colonialismB. discord.C. indirect ruleD. rancourE. unity.ABCDEAn election conducted to determine a winner after a general election is known as ____ election.A. byeB. plebisciteC. primaryD. referendumE. run-offABCDEOne major trend in Kantoga Republic today, especially during elections, is the engagement of youths by some politicians for political thuggery, rigging, stuffing of ballot boxes and other related electoral offences. Most of the youths who are engaged in these crimes have no means of livelihood or are school drop-outs.These youths are Kantoguans who ought to benefit from the enormous wealth and resources of the nation. Unfortunately, this is not the case at the moment. Indeed, it is the duty of government, especially at the centre, to provide entrepreneurial skill acquisition programme and start-up funds for small scale businesses to empower the youths. This will reduce the chances of engagement of youths for wrong purposes.Based on the write-up, what immediate measures can those in authority take to empower the youths?A. Build more youth orientation camps in the countryB. Enhance religious and moral education in schools and collegesC. Provide entrepreneurial training with adequate fundD. Provide free meal for the teeming unemployed youthsABCDHIV/AIDS is generally described as terminal in nature because it isA. preventable. B. transmittable. C. avertable. D. incurable.ABCDThe land in contention between Nigeria and Cameroon is calledA. Bakassi PenisulaB. Bonny IslandC. Calabar RiverB. Lekki PeninsularE. Victoria Island.ABCDEEffective and responsible parenthood is primarilyA. a national duty.B. a military duty.C. a political duty.D. an economic duty.ABCD1 out of 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 SSCE (WAEC and NECO) Practice Test - Civic Education. Make sure you supply your full name and name of school before submission. Time is Up! Follow ASSURE On Social Media Categories: SSCE (WAEC and NECO) Practice Test (In All Subjects) Tags: SSCE (WAEC and NECO) FREE Practice Test - Civic Education 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? 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