AIC 1st Term Civic Education Exam for SS 1
  • 1. The importance of values includes all these except____
A) Helps in controlling our behaviours
B) Promoting bad behaviors among youths
C) Promoting good relationships
D) Helps in resisting peer pressure among youths
  • 2. HIV/AIDS can be contacted through all these means except___
A) through the fluid of an infected person
B) sharing of sharp objects with an infected person
C) eating with infected person
D) transfusion of infected blood
  • 3. The discrimination and negative attitudes people in the society direct at people living with HIV/AIDS is termed as_____
A) HIV/AIDS Discrimination
B) HIV/AIDS Prejudice
C) HIV/AIDS Stigmatization
D) HIV/AIDS Seperation
  • 4. Youth empowerment involves all these except____
A) supporting youths to develop their leadership skills
B) helping youths to discover and develop their potentials
C) helping youths to watch football match
D) helping youths to develop confidence and trust in themselves
  • 5. The following are the advantages of having opportunity to defend oneself except____
A) prevention of injustice
B) protection of fundamental human rights
C) reduction in friction and conflict in the society
D) reduction in the number of courts
  • 6. The political party that is controlling the federal government of Nigeria today is___
  • 7. ____is an importance of youth empowerment
A) It serves as a means of equipping youths for the future
B) It is an avenue for wasting the time of the youths
C) It increases government revenue
D) It serves as avenue to collect youths' money
  • 8. Which is not type of values?
A) Confidence
B) Greed
C) Integrity
D) Honesty
  • 9. The body of rules and regulations through which a society is governed is____
A) law
B) agenda
C) policy
D) decree
  • 10. The type of law that deals with the right of citizens is___
A) public law
B) civic law
C) criminal law
D) legislative law
  • 11. The rights of citizens include all of the following except____
A) right to movement
B) right to personal liberty
C) right to steal public funds
D) right to freedom of expression
  • 12. The type of law that regulates the relationship between the various arms of government is called____
A) public law
B) constitutional law
C) civil law
D) common law
  • 13. Citizenship Education has to do with____
A) making effort to promote tribalism
B) studying our environment
C) learning how to be good citizens and responsible leaders
D) learning about ourselves
  • 14. People living with HIV/AIDS could be assisted by____
A) blaming them
B) showing them love
C) isolating them
D) abandoning them
  • 15. Which of the following is an acceptable societal value?
A) Get together
B) Merriment
C) Praise singing
D) Honesty
  • 16. Honesty, integrity, trustworthiness and justice are part of_____values
A) infinite
B) positive
C) absolute
D) negative
  • 17. These are youth empowerment skills except_____
A) Communicative skills
B) Manipulative skills
C) Life coping skills
D) Environmental skills
  • 18. When youths acquire the skills that enable them to live in the society and be responsible citizens,it is called___
A) Youth empowerment
B) Youth misunderstanding
C) Youth management
D) Cooperation
  • 19. _____is the strong feeling of national consciousness and love for one's country to take care of it's own affairs and free from foreign domination.
A) Unity
B) Nationalism
C) Totalitarianism
D) Loyalty
  • 20. HIV means____
A) Human Immunity Development Viral
B) Human Immune Deficiency Virus
C) Homo Internal Deficiency Virus
D) Human Immunization Deficit Virus
  • 21. Dishonesty often result to____
A) love
B) peace
C) trust
D) corruption
  • 22. A_______value has everything to do with those qualities that are good for oneself and the society at large.
A) positive
B) intrinsic
C) negative
D) independent
  • 23. All except one are importance of values.
A) Values teach bad behaviors.
B) Values help in goals setting.
C) Values help to control our behaviours in the society.
  • 24. HIV/AIDS_______is the negative attitudes and beliefs about people with HIV.
A) beliefs
B) effects
C) stigmatization
D) symptoms
  • 25. One of these is a component of citizenship.
A) Citizen responsibility.
B) Individual responsibility.
C) Civic responsibility.
D) Family responsibility.
  • 26. The following are the consequences of dishonesty except_____.
A) stability in the society
B) it causes crime
C) examination malpractices
D) disorderliness in the society
  • 27. The primary function of the legislature is___
A) execute laws
B) make laws
C) interprete laws
D) implement laws
  • 28. AIDS means___________.
A) Accelerated Immune Deficit Symptoms.
B) Acquired Impressive Definitely System.
C) Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome.
D) Acceptance Immunity Development Syndrome.
  • 29. ______can be defined as educating children,from early childhood,to become clear-thinking and enlightened citizens who participate in decisions concerning society.
A) Human rights education
B) Citizenship Education
C) Policy evaluation
D) Civil Education
  • 30. Responsible citizens_______.
A) loot public funds
B) neglect the development of their country
C) disregard any information pertaining to their country
D) have knowledge about their roles in their communities, their country,and their world.
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