JS1 Entrance Examination Assessment Test – Basic Science (FREE Access)

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1. Massive deposit of limestone can be found in ______ State.

A. Enugu
B. Ondo
C. Ogun
D. Kano
E. Borno
2.
Study the figure above. The experiment reveals that _____

A. air can move
B. air can read
C. air support weight
D. balloon is not good
E. air is friendly
3. Tin and Columbite are found in ______ state.

A. Ogun
B. Oyo
C. Lagos
D. Plateau
E. Enugu
4. Massive deposit of coal can be found in _______ state

A. Sokoto
B. Enugu
C. Plateau
D. Osun
E. Ogun
5. _______ is a liquid mineral resource in Nigeria.

A. Lead
B. Coal
C. Gold
D. Crude Oil
E. Limestone
6. Bicycles, cars and lorries are resting on tyres containing a lot of air because _____

A. air is good
B. air is friendly
C. air support weight
D. air smell good
E. air is everywhere
7. The following are solid mineral resources in Nigeria except _______

A. crude oil
B. iron ore
C. gold
D. limestone
E. lead
8.
Study the figure above. The experiment reveals that ______

A. air has force
B. air occupies space
C. air has weight
D. air moves around
E. air is friendly
9. The following are by-products of refined crude oil except ______

A. plastics
B. kerosine
C. diesel
D. books
E. engine oil
10. The method used to convert crude oil into petrol and kerosine is called _____

A. mining
B. digging
C. refining
D. cooking
E. frying

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I am Olusola Ogundeko G. the CEO ASSURE Educational Services - A graduate of Mechanical Engineering from University of Ilorin, PDGE from Usmau Danfodiyo University Sokoto, and presently studying for Masters in Education Programme. I have over 10 years teaching experience with one of the Federal Government Unity Colleges. I am a licensed and registered teacher with the Teachers Registration Council of Nigeria (TRCN).

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