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GEOGRAPHY PAST QUESTIONS

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Which of the following is a product of chemical weathering?

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Which of the following combinations can be regarded as sub-systems within the ecosystem?

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The liquid portion of the earth may be referred to as the

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The soil in a typical natural rainforest remains fertile and suitable for arable agriculture because?

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Which of the following is not typical submarine relief feature?

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Which of the following is not important in defining soil?

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The angular distance of a point of the earth surface measured in degrees from the centre of the earth is known as?

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Which of the following best explains why the older fold mountains are much lower and less rugged than the newer ones?

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Isothermal maps give information about?

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The monthly range of temperature is the

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What is the local time of a place on longitude 640E  ? when the GMT is 10.00a .m?

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The instrument used for recording the direction of the prevailing wind of a place over a period of one month is called?

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Foliage is ever green with thin undergrowth,the leaves are small, thick, leathery and needle-shaped. This description is that of the?

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The term relative location of a settlement refers to

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A good example of the tropical grassland is the vegetation found around

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The greatest hydro-electricity potential in Nigeria is found in the

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Which of the following favours the growth of olives in the Mediterranean region of Africa?

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Air pressure at sea levels is higher than at the top of mountain because the air at sea level

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Lines of longitude can best be described as

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A rain gauge is kept in an open place in the observatory because?

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Which of the following statements is not correct?

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Loss of farmland can be contributed to all the following except?

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Jos experiences a moderate temperature compared with other places on the same latitude in Nigeria because it

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Which if the following minerals is most likely to be absent in a region consisting mainly of igneous and metamorphic rocks?

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Textiles industries are best located in the northern part of Nigeria because of the

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Rock pedestals are most likely to found in?

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Which of the following poses the greatest problem to agriculture in the north-estern part of Nigeria?

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Salinity is mainly dependent on

I. evaporation

II. the amount of fresh water added

III. ocean currents

IV winds

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See also  AGRIC PAST QUESTIONS (SSCE)

Which if the following crops below requires the following conditions for successful cultivation?

i. Heavy rainfall of between 1270mm (50 ins) and 2000mm (80 ins) during the 4 to 6 months growing periods.
ii. High mean temperature of 18° to 27°C (65° to 80°F) no cold season.
iii. A warm, dry period for harvesting.
iv. Loamy or clayey soil and an almost level ground.
v.  Cheap and abundant labour.

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The following conditions are favourable for the formation of deltas except

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All the following are characteristics of a limestone region except?

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When it is 9:00am in Munich, Germany(longitude 11°E), the time in Calcutta, India (longitude 96°E). is?

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Mass movement of weathered materials may be gradual or sudden depending on the

I. gradient of the slope and gravitational force

11. weight of the weathered debris

III. supply of lubricating moisture by rainwater coupled with gravitation force

IV. type of weathering which has taken place

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Which of the following combinations of processes is associated with the formation of a rift valley?

(i)Tension or compression forces

(ii)Resistance and faulting

(iii)Emergence of the middle crust of rocks

(iv) Submergence of the middle crust of rocks

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Rocks which do not allow water to pass through them are

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A daily mean temperature of about 24oC, an annual rainfall of about 500mm which should fall in the growing period of about five months, and well-drained soils. These are the requirements for cultivation of

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Which of the following is not an environmental hazard?

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Bush fallowing ensures that

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Which of the following Nigeria rivers provides the longest distance of internal waterways?

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