AIC Prevocational Studies Exam for JS 3
  • 1. A record in which day-to-day activities of the farm business are recorded is termed
A) Farm diary
B) Farm record
C) Farm input
D) Farm inventory
  • 2. One of the following is not an agricultural raw materials
A) Rubber
B) Cocoa
C) N.P.K
D) Cotton
  • 3. People who transform the original form of Agricultural produce to a better state which can last longer are called
A) Processors
B) farmers
C) Drivers
D) Traders
  • 4. Alcohol can be made from
A) Rubber
B) Cowpea
C) Cocoa
D) Cassava
  • 5. The botanical name for yam is
A) Dioscorea alata
B) Theobroma cacao
C) Panicum maximum
D) Vigna unguiculata
  • 6. Rubber can be manufactured into the following except
A) Eraser
B) Raincoat
C) Tyres
D) Cocoa powder
  • 7. Source document used for obtaining authorization for a payment is called
A) Receipt
B) Invoice
C) Voucher
D) Credit note
  • 8. Credit note, debit note, invoice are known as
A) Voucher
B) Farm dairy
C) Journal
D) Source Document
  • 9. The record of all sales and expenditure made at the end of the year is
A) Profit and loss record
B) Sales record
C) Consumption record
D) Production record
  • 10. The systematic recording of daily transaction of a business in the appropriate books is
A) Receipt
B) Invoice
C) Book keeping
D) Source document
  • 11. The record of all assets owned by the farmer is called
A) Input record
B) Farm diary
C) Consumption records
D) Farm inventory
  • 12. The raw materials used in clothing industry is
A) Sisal
B) Kenaf
C) Cotton
D) Jute
  • 13. Theobroma cacao is a botanical name for ………
A) Cotton
B) Beans
C) Cocoa
D) Cocoa
  • 14. ………… is whatever done to farm produce to keep in a form as near as possible to its original state is
A) Hulling
B) Preservation
C) Marketing
D) Production
  • 15. ………… refers to encouraging the sale of Nigerian produce in other countries.
A) Import
B) Importation
C) Export promotion
D) Export
  • 16. A very important cash crop exported by Nigeria is
A) Cocoa
B) Citrus
C) Millet
D) Yam
  • 17. One of the following is not an importance of export promotion
A) Attracts investors
B) Provides employment
C) Encourages bilateral and multilateral trade
D) It decreases income of the farmer
  • 18. A machine used to carry out the overall sales in a given period is
A) Note
B) cheque
C) Cash register
D) Receipt
  • 19. A piece of paper that shows the goods that have been paid for is
A) Cheque
B) Receipt
C) Note
D) Cash
  • 20. The record of items invested in the running of the farm is
A) Production record
B) Consumption record
C) Farm inventory
D) Input record
  • 21. Fish can be preserved by
A) Covering
B) Smoking
C) Buying
D) Watering
  • 22. Which of the following food items supplies protein to farm animals?
A) Cassava
B) Beans
C) Plantain
D) Rice
  • 23. Plywood is a by-product of
A) Piggery
B) Rabbitry
C) Fishery
D) Forestry
  • 24. The practice of rearing snail in larger quantities on a farm is called
A) Piggery
B) Rabbitry
C) Fishery
D) Heliculture
  • 25. Which of the following combinations of farm inputs enhances the healthy growth of crops
A) Tractor and cash
B) Cutlass and sack
C) Irrigation and fertilizer
D) Work bull and implement
  • 26. The most devastating agent of erosion is
A) Wild wind
B) Run-off water
C) Slope
D) Rodents
  • 27. An advantage of commercial agriculture is that it
A) Requires skilled labour
B) Involves low capital
C) Produces high returns
D) Requires small space
  • 28. The nutrient used mainly for energy is
A) Carbohydrate
B) Vitamin
C) Carotene
D) Protein
  • 29. Which of the following crops is a raw material for the production of Chocolate
A) Cocoa
B) Millet
C) Coffee
D) Maize
  • 30. One of the following is not a reason for preserving farm produce
A) It is done to reduce the quality of crop
B) To minimize the amount of storage
C) To convert the produce to a form that is convenient for marketing
D) To ensure adequate supply of raw materials
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