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SECTION V
The words below are written in codes. Study each word and its code carefully and work out how the code is written.
TEACH is coded ACEHT
WALKS is coded LKASW
TABLE is coded BLAET
Now use the code pattern to answer the question


MEDIA is coded             


A. DAJEM
B. DEIAM
C. DEIMA
D. DJEAM
E. DIEMA
2. SECTION III
There are three sentences in the question below. Read them carefully and choose which should come first, second and then third.

1. They were caught by the police.
2. The boys sneaked out of school.
3. They were brought back to school.

A. 1,2,3
B. 3,2,1
C. 2,1,3
D. 3,1,2
E. 1,3,2
3. SECTION II
In the question below, there is a pair of words followed by another pair which is not complete. Study the first pair carefully and choose from the options lettered A — E, the one that best completes the second pair.


Car and driver, bicycle and _______


A. biker.
B. cycler.
C. pusher.
D. rider.
E. sailor.
4. SECTION IV
Arrange the following words in alphabetical order.

1. Norm
2. Normal
3. North
4. Nose
5. Note

A. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5
B. 2, 3, 1, 4, 5
C. 5, 4, 3, 2, 1
D. 3, 4, 3, 2, 1
E. 4, 5, 1, 3, 2
5. SECTION VII

The word SITE is coded 5632. How will the word TIES be coded?

A. 3,6,5,2
B. 5,2,6,3
C. 2,6,5,3
D. 6,2,3,5
E. 3,6,2,5
6. SECTION VI
The question below consists of five words lettered A — E. One of the words describes what the other four are. Select the letter that corresponds to the word that best describes the other four words.

A. Cone
B. Oval
C. Pentagon
D. Shape
E. Sphere
7. SECTION VII

The word ROSE is coded 4752. How will the word SORE be coded?

A. 5,7,4,2
B. 7,2,5,4
C. 5,7,2,4
D. 4,2,7,5
E. 2,4,5,7
8. SECTION V
The words below are written in codes. Study each word and its code carefully and work out how the code is written.
TEACH is coded ACEHT
WALKS is coded LKASW
TABLE is coded BLAET
Now use the code pattern to answer the question


FORCE is coded


A. RCOFE
B. ROCEF
C. ROECF
D. RCOEF
E. RCFOE
9. SECTION I
The question below consists of five words lettered A — E. Four of them have at least something in common, while one is odd. Pick out the one that does not belong to the group.

A. Flute
B. Keyboard
C. Laptop
D. Piano
E. Violin
10. SECTION VII

The word TAKE is coded 3214. How will the word KATE be coded’?

A. 1,2,3,4
B. 1,3,2,4
C. 3,1,2,4
D. 4,3,2,1
E. 3,4,1,2
11. SECTION VIII
In the question below, you are given a sentence. Read it carefully and decide the extent to which it is true.

Whales live in water.

A, if it is ALWAYS TRUE;
B, if it is OFTEN TRUE;
C, if it is RARELY TRUE;
D, if it is UNDECIDED how true it is;
E, if it is NEVER TRUE.
12. SECTION IV
Arrange the following words in alphabetical order.

1. Sorry
2. Speak
3. Snake
4. Simple
5. Sick

A. 5, 4, 3, 1, 2
B. 2, 1, 5, 4, 3
C. 1, 5, 3, 2, 4
D. 4, 3, 1, 2, 5
E. 3, 1, 2, 4, 5
13. SECTION IV
Arrange the following words in alphabetical order.

1. Round
2. Rift
3. Ridge
4. React
5. Reach

A. 2, 3, 4, 5, 1
B. 4, 3, 1, 2, 5
C. 3, 1, 2, 5, 4
D. 1, 4, 5, 3, 2
E. 5, 4, 3, 2, 1
14. SECTION V
The words below are written in codes. Study each word and its code carefully and work out how the code is written.
TEACH is coded ACEHT
WALKS is coded LKASW
TABLE is coded BLAET
Now use the code pattern to answer the question


BREAD is coded


A. AERDB
B. BDREA
C. DEARB
D. EARDB
E. RDEAB
15. SECTION VI
The question below consists of five words lettered A — E. One of the words describes what the other four are. Select the letter that corresponds to the word that best describes the other four words.

A. Bake
B. Boil
C. Cook
D. Fry
E. Grill
16. SECTION VIII
In the question below, you are given a sentence. Read it carefully and decide the extent to which it is true.

Urban dwellers are more intelligent than rural dwellers.

A, if it is ALWAYS TRUE;
B, if it is OFTEN TRUE;
C, if it is RARELY TRUE;
D, if it is UNDECIDED how true it is;
E, if it is NEVER TRUE.
17. SECTION III
There are three sentences in the question below. Read them carefully and choose which should come first, second and then third.

1. My daddy promised to get me one.
2. I needed a new phone.
3. He bought it last week.

A. 1,2,3
B. 1,3,2
C. 2,1,3
D. 2,3,1
E. 3,2,1
18. SECTION VIII
In the question below, you are given a sentence. Read it carefully and decide the extent to which it is true.

All birds fly.

A, if it is ALWAYS TRUE;
B, if it is OFTEN TRUE;
C, if it is RARELY TRUE;
D, if it is UNDECIDED how true it is;
E, if it is NEVER TRUE.
19. SECTION VII

The word ROBE is coded 2345. How will the word BORE he coded?

A. 2,5,3,4
B. 5,3,2,4
C. 4,3,2,5
D. 3,4,5,2
E. 4,5,2,3
20. SECTION I
The question below consists of five words lettered A — E. Four of them have at least something in common, while one is odd. Pick out the one that does not belong to the group.

A. Calf
B. Cub
C. Goat
D. Kitten
E. Pullet
21. SECTION II
In the question below, there is a pair of words followed by another pair which is not complete. Study the first pair carefully and choose from the options lettered A — E, the one that best completes the second pair.


Elephant and trumpet, fox and _______


A. bark.
B. crow.
C. cry.
D. howl.
E. squeal.
22. SECTION VIII
In the question below, you are given a sentence. Read it carefully and decide the extent to which it is true.

All mammals lay eggs.

A, if it is ALWAYS TRUE;
B, if it is OFTEN TRUE;
C, if it is RARELY TRUE;
D, if it is UNDECIDED how true it is;
E, if it is NEVER TRUE.
23. SECTION VII

The word PAM is coded 578. How will the word MAP be coded?

A. 8,7,5
B. 8,5,7
C. 5,7,8
D. 7,4,8
E. 7,5,8
24. SECTION IV
Arrange the following words in alphabetical order.

1. Profit
2. Plenty
3. Plot
4. Policy
5. Police

A. 2, 3, 5, 4, 1
B. 5, 4, 1, 2, 3
C. 4, 5, 2, 1, 3
D. 1, 2, 3, 5, 4
E. 3, 1, 2, 4, 5
25. SECTION III
There are three sentences in the question below. Read them carefully and choose which should come first, second and then third.

1. He ate and went to bed immediately.
2. Martins came home hungry.
3. His mother gave him food.

A. 1,2,3
B. 1,3,2
C. 2,1,3
D. 2,3,1
E. 3,2,1
26. SECTION I
The question below consists of five words lettered A — E. Four of them have at least something in common, while one is odd. Pick out the one that does not belong to the group.

A. Appetiser
B. Breakfast
C. Brunch
D. Lunch
E. Supper
27. SECTION VI
The question below consists of five words lettered A — E. One of the words describes what the other four are. Select the letter that corresponds to the word that best describes the other four words.

A. Lake
B. Ocean
C. Rivet
D. Stream
E. Water
28. SECTION V
The words below are written in codes. Study each word and its code carefully and work out how the code is written.
TEACH is coded ACEHT
WALKS is coded LKASW
TABLE is coded BLAET
Now use the code pattern to answer the question


BATHE is coded


A. AEBTH
B. BAETH
C. BEAHT
D. HEABT
E. TFIAEB
29. SECTION VI
The question below consists of five words lettered A — E. One of the words describes what the other four are. Select the letter that corresponds to the word that best describes the other four words.

A. Chop
B. Cut
C. Grate
D. Peel
E. Slice
30. SECTION VI
The question below consists of five words lettered A — E. One of the words describes what the other four are. Select the letter that corresponds to the word that best describes the other four words.

A. Lettuce
B. Mushroom
C. Okra
D. Onion
E. Vegetable
31. SECTION II
In the question below, there is a pair of words followed by another pair which is not complete. Study the first pair carefully and choose from the options lettered A — E, the one that best completes the second pair.


Uncle and aunt, nephew and _______


A. brother.
B. cousin.
C. father.
D. niece.
E. sister.
32. SECTION I
The question below consists of five words lettered A — E. Four of them have at least something in common, while one is odd. Pick out the one that does not belong to the group.

A. crayfish
B. Fish
C. Lobster
D. Shrimp
E. Termite
33. SECTION III
There are three sentences in the question below. Read them carefully and choose which should come first, second and then third.

1. Mary’s body temperature was high.
2. Her mother took her to the hospital.
3. The doctor prescribed drugs for her.

A. 1,2,3
B. 1,3,2
C. 2,1,3
D. 3,1,2
E. 3,2,1
34. SECTION II
In the question below, there is a pair of words followed by another pair which is not complete. Study the first pair carefully and choose from the options lettered A — E, the one that best completes the second pair.


Sprint and race, dribble and _________


A. bounce.
B. football.
C. squash.
D. swim.
E. throw.
35. SECTION I
The question below consists of five words lettered A — E. Four of them have at least something in common, while one is odd. Pick out the one that does not belong to the group.

A. Bleat
B. Bray
C. Buzz
D. Neigh
E. Swarm
36. SECTION II
In the question below, there is a pair of words followed by another pair which is not complete. Study the first pair carefully and choose from the options lettered A — E, the one that best completes the second pair.


Lion and lioness, gander and _______


A. chicken.
B. cock
C. cockerel.
D. drake.
E. goose.
37. SECTION III
There are three sentences in the question below. Read them carefully and choose which should come first, second and then third.

1. They got to the village late.
2. Mr and Mrs Ado embarked on a journey to the village.
3. Their vehicle developed a fault.

A. 1,2,3
B. 1,3,2
C. 2,1,3
D. 2,3,1
E. 3,2,1
38. SECTION VIII
In the question below, you are given a sentence. Read it carefully and decide the extent to which it is true.

All teachers were once taught.

A, if it is ALWAYS TRUE;
B, if it is OFTEN TRUE;
C, if it is RARELY TRUE;
D, if it is UNDECIDED how true it is;
E, if it is NEVER TRUE.
39. SECTION IV
Arrange the following words in alphabetical order.

1. Nobble
2. Naked
3. Needle
4. Naive
5. Night

A. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5
B. 2, 3, 4, 1, 5
C. 5, 2, 3, 1, 4
D. 4, 2, 3, 5, 1
E. 1, 5, 4, 3, 2
40. SECTION V
The words below are written in codes. Study each word and its code carefully and work out how the code is written.
TEACH is coded ACEHT
WALKS is coded LKASW
TABLE is coded BLAET
Now use the code pattern to answer the question


PARTY is coded


A. PTARY
B. RTAYP
C. RTPYA
D. TARYP
E. YTRAP

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