AIC SS 1 Civic Education 3rd Term Exam 2022/23
  • 1. 1. HIV/AIDS can be contacted through all these means except ______
A) Transfusion of infected blood
B) Through the fluid of an infected person
C) Eating with infected persons
D) Sharing of sharp objects with an infected person
  • 2. 2. Youth empowerment involves all these except ____
A) Helping youths to develop confidence and trust in themselves
B) Helping youths to discover and develop there potential
C) Supporting youths to develop their leadership skills
D) Training youths on how to fight corruption
  • 3. 3. Which of the following is not type of value?
A) Integrity
B) Confidence
C) Convetous
D) Honesty
  • 4. 4. The type of law that regulates the relationship between the various arms of government is _______
A) Civil law
B) Constitution
C) Public law
D) Common law
  • 5. 5. One of these is a poverty alleviation in Nigeria
B) O.Y.S
C) N.Y.S
D) Y.E.S
  • 6. 6. A major characteristics of civil society is _____
A) The desire to win election
B) Political gerrymandering
C) Social responsibility
D) Corporate responsibility
  • 7. 7. Universal Declaration of Human Rights is based on the resolution of the _____
A) Human Rights Watch
B) United Nations Organization
C) League of Nations
D) Amnesty International
  • 8. 8. The nearest government to the people and an important means of promoting grassroots development is the ____
A) Federal government
B) Local government
C) State government
D) Unitary government
  • 9. 9. Civil societies are vital for the promotion of popular participation because they are ______
A) Profit oriented organisations
B) Engaged in developmental programmes
C) Formidable oppositions to government
D) Involved in political education
  • 10. 10. Human rights abuse can be prevented through the following except _____
A) Constitutional means
B) Court of law
C) Mass media
D) Protest
  • 11. 11. An ideology that aims at promoting national consciousness and identity is _____
A) Progressivism
B) Civic culture
C) Socialization
D) Nationalism
  • 12. 12. A responsible parent is someone who ______
A) Works in order to receive salary
B) Cares and provides for the children
C) Indulges the children because of love
D) Employs house-help to take care of the children
  • 13. 13. A major way of promoting responsible parenthood is through ___
A) Sound education
B) Population control measures
C) Sex education
D) Tax reduction measures
  • 14. 14. Effective and responsible parenthood is primarily _____
A) An economic duty
B) A National duty
C) A military duty
D) A political duty
  • 15. 15. Nationalism ensures the following except _______
A) Secession in a country
B) Unity in a country
C) National consciousness
D) National Integration
  • 16. 16. Orderliness in the society is good mainly because it _____
A) Discourages poverty
B) Promotes peace and stability
C) Ensures maximum rewards from leaders
D) Guarantees employment for youths
  • 17. 17. The inculcation of the awareness of the individual's rights and duties is derived from _______
A) Political science
B) Sociology
C) Civic Education
D) History
  • 18. 18. Responsible parents guide their children in solving academic problems through _____
A) Modeling and instructions
B) Reward and punishments
C) Guidance and counselling
D) Rules and regulations
  • 19. 19. Responsible Parenthood is important because it _____
A) Provide solution to all societal problems
B) Grooms disciplined children
C) Promote recreation
D) Foster Orderliness
  • 20. 20. Which of the following is not a way of promoting national consciousness?
A) Inter-school debate
B) Compensatory mechanism
C) Sporting festivals
D) Multicultural education
  • 21. 21. Nationalism in Nigeria eventually led to ______
A) The end of military rule
B) Creation of state
C) Decolonization
D) National renaissance
  • 22. 22. Four most prominent nationalist leaders at Independence were _____
A) Adesoji Aderemi, Shehu Shagari, Obafemi Awolowo and Nnamdi Azikiwe
B) Nnamdi Azikiwe, K.O Mbadiwe, Arthur Richard and Aminu Kano
C) Tafawa Balewa, Obafemi Awolowo, Nnamdi Azikiwe and Ahmadu Bello
D) J.S Tarka, S.I. Akintola, Aminu Kano and Ernest Ikoli
  • 23. 23. One importance of Constituted Authority is that it leads to _____
A) Immunity of elected leaders
B) Maintenance of law and order
C) Concentration of power
D) Arbitrary use of power
  • 24. 24. An individual/body vested with legitimate power to carry out specific duties for the common good of a group or society is ______
A) Government
B) Constituted Authority
C) Pressure group
D) Political party
  • 25. 25. Type of Constituted Authority include all but one
A) Religious Constituted Authority
B) Traditional Constitution Authority
C) Organizational Constituted Authority
D) Political Constituted Authority
  • 26. 26. The skills needed to preserve tradition, customs and beliefs include all but one
A) Vigilances
B) Honesty skills
C) Revenue generation skill
D) Talent skills
  • 27. 27. Being early to work or any assignment as a way of promoting national consciousness, integrity and unity is _____
A) Presence at work
B) Punctuality
C) Orderliness
D) Time management
  • 28. 28. The Lion and the Jewel by Woke Soyinka and The first Night by Gentle Child are ____skills needed to preserve traditions, customs and beliefs
A) Memorizing skills
B) Writing skills
C) Reading skills
D) Assimilation skills
  • 29. 29. Banks, Cadbury, John Holt are example of ______ Constituted Authority
A) Private
B) Organizational
C) Company
D) Government
  • 30. 30. The political parties formed as part of internal factors that led to Nationalism growth include_____
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