Delsu Post Utme Past Questions and Answers For Law, Arts and Arts Education
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Below is a Delsu Past question screening exam which held on Tuesday, October 3rd, 2006 for Law, Arts and Arts Education Students.
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Instruction: In each of the questions choose the option nearest in meaning to the word or phrase underlined.
- There is obvious symmetry in the whole Presentation.
- The state government appointed a commission of inquiry to go into the community’s complaints carefully and without prejudice
E. Account of
H. None of the above.
- As he was a gullible leader, his followers took advantage.
E.He was slow to act
F. He was simple minded to a fault
G. He was partial and unfair in dispensing justice
H. He was weak and unable to enforce his Authority
- He has a big heart but he is inept at following a witty conversation.
E. Large F. Huge G. Warm H. Placid
- When a man is immune to an illness, he is;
E. Opposed to it F. Addicted to it G. Attached to it H. Protected against it
- Sitting majestically on his throne is the Ovie of Agbarho flanked by some of his wives
E. Surrounded F. Guarded G. Protected H. Neglected
- Ese is an ardent supporter of technical education
E. Cogent F. A passionate G. An ignorant H. An Optimistic
- Sadam Hasseen’s epitah has been demolished
E. Monument F. Embodiment G. Book H. Farmland
Instruction: In each of the questions, complete each sentence by choosing the option that most suitably fills the space
- The traditional folktales form an ___________ to the book.
E. Appendix F. Overview G. Insertion H. Index
- ___________ marked an important step in the history of industrial revolution.
E. The process of locomotion F. the discovery of the engine G. The discovery of locomotion H. The invention of the locomotive engine.
- The managing director did not pay his staff last month__________.
E. Didn’t he F. Had he not G. Is not it H. Had he?
- It was a long poem but he learnt it __________.
E. Off head F. From memory G. By heart H. In memory
Instruction: Read the passage below and answer questions 13-17
World Englishes point out the present day global spread of English and the variant roles of the language in different societies. Nearly every speaker of English today has been exposed to different varieties of global English.
English is no longer just ‘one language’. It comes in many different shapes and sizes as it were. It is quite different in many countries and localities where it has been adopted. To grasp this phenomenon linguists have come to talk of different Englishes.
One of the main reasons why English is learnt in developing countries by people from all works of life is the belief that it is a primary gateway for better jobs and a better life. English is undergoing indigenization and nativization in Anglophone African countries.
In many countries of Africa and Asia, there are now asymmetrical bilingual children since they grow up speaking English as the first and most important language. Some have experienced language loss in their indigenous language.
- The adverse effect of English in Anglophone speaking countries is that
E. Some children speak pidgin instead of Standard English.
F. Some children cannot speak their mother tongue.
G. Some children focus on learning English at school.
H. Parents encourage their children to speak only English.
- Which of these statements does not express the opinion of the author?
E. Many people in Africa and Asia learn English due to its economic value.
F. English is a language void of varieties.
G. English is learnt by many people in developing countries.
H. English is not a mother tongue of many of its speakers.
- In the writers opinion. English
E. Has the highest number of speakers in the world.
F. Is spoken only in Asia and Africa.
G. Has little economic value.
H. Is the most important language in the world.
- Indigenization and nativization of English as used in the passage means
E. Speaking English as a native and indigenous language.
F. Speaking English as mother tongue.
G. Speaking different varieties of English.
H. Adding features of indigenous language to English.
- According to the author “asymmetrical bilingual children are
E. Those who speak English and their mother tongue fluently.
F. Children who learn their mother tongue before learning English.
G. Children who can only speak English.
H. Those who learn to speak English before learning their mother tongue.
Instruction: In each question choose the most appropriate option opposite in meaning to the word(s) underlined
- The long straight trunk of the tree is ideal for roofing
E. Perfect F. Best G. Most suitable H. Poor
- The examiner was most flexible in his instruction
E. Rigid F. Correct G. Stiff H. Upright
- The discussion became animated
E. Lively F. Intellectual G. Unruly H. Specialized
- I am always hard up before the end of each month.
E. In no need F. Broke G. Upset H. Borrowing
- The explosive growth of world has not been caused by a sudden increase in human fertility.
E. Fantastic F. Gradual G. Combustible H. Dangerous
- Unless we see the evils clearly, contending against them is like fighting the air
E. Avoiding F. Struggling with G. Combating H. Repelling
- My sister’s condition is appalling
E. Pleasant F. Complex G. Cloudy H. Simple
- This is a heinous act
E. Laudable F. Deplorable G. Forgettable H. Indelible
Delsu Post utme APTITUDE TEST
Note 4 A 5 = 15, 6 A 7 = 35 and 9 A 18 Use this logic to find the missing number in questions
- 13 A 14 =
E.169 F. 168 G. 182 H.156
- (5 A [ ])A5 = 75
E.4 F. 2 G. 3 H.16
- 2A( 7 A 5) = [ ]
E. 70 F. 55 G. 30 H. 65
- The present Secretary General of United Nations is
E. Kofi Anan F. Ban ki moon G. Hilary Clinton H. Barrack Obama
- The slogan ‘The big heart’ applies to state
E. Edo F. Anambra G. Kano H. Delta
Instruction: Choose the word that best complete the following phrases
- Lion is to roar as elephant is to
E. Trumpet F. Rumble G. Boom H. Bleat
- Flock is to bird as is to lion
E. Group F. Gang G. Pride H. Fleet
Instruction: Select the correct simile that best completes each expression below
- As clear as ________________
E. White F. Glass G. Crystal H. Snow
- As proud as a ______________
E. Peacock F. Prince G. King H. Star
- As blind as a ___________
E. Toad F. Bat G. Cockroach H. Rock
Instruction: Identify the ODD one in the options for each number
- E. Kwara F. Lokoja G. Benin City H. Umuahia
- NECO F. WAEC G. NABTEB H. JAMB
- E. Yen F. Pounds G. Naira H. Dollar
- E. Botswana F. Kenya G. Egypt H. Tunisia
- E.Yahoo F. Hotmail G. Gmail H. E-mail
Instruction: For each number below (41 & 42) identify the anagram to the given word
E. Planet F. Ear G. Heart H. Universe
Food F. Die G. Tied H. Nutrition
If 8mmm 6 16, 10mmS = 25, 1mmmmm 20 = 4 Evaluate X if
- 6mmm 4 = X
E. 24 F. 8 G. 12 H. 6
- Xrnm 3 = 24
E. 48 F. 9 G. 18 H. 16
- ¼mmm24 = X
E. 3 F. 6 G. 8 H. 2
- Literature is studied as a subject at school because:
E. It expose students to the realities of life
F. It provides entertainment
G. t teaches the use of words
H. It gives additional work to students
- One of the following writers is known as a playwright than a novelist
E. Wole Soyinka F. J.P Clark G. Cyprian Ekwensi H. Gabriel Okara
- The difference between tragedy and comedy is:
E. That tragedy contains soliloquies, but comedy does not.
F. That comedy contains disguise, but tragedy does not.
G. That comedy deals with love. But tragedy does not.
H. None of the above.
- One of these statements is true of the novel:
E. It is an exact reproduction of historical events.
F. It is always the story of the author’s life.
G. It does not make use of imagery.
H. It deals with human experiences
- A couplet is a:
E. Succession of three rhyming lines.
F. Succession of two rhyming lines.
G. Poem of two Stanzas
H. Poem of three stanzas
- A motif:
E. The reason behind a Character’s behavior
F. A single matrical line
G. An essay on a particular subject
H. A recurrent image in work of literature
- Romantic poetry emphasizes:
E. The beauty of nature
F. Intimate relationships
G. The love in human nature
H. The romance in human aspirations
- The antagonist in a tragedy is:
E. Any character in the tragedy
F. The character set in opposition to the main character
G. The leading chorus
H. The wife of the protagonist
- The tendency in words to echo the meaning by the actual sound is called:
- What we call ”tragic flaw” is the:
E. Unsuccessful play written by an otherwise great dramatist
F. Weakness in character responsible for the downfall of a dramatic hero
G. An element of plot that makes a work dramatic
H. Pronunciation error made by an actor on stage
- Characterization in a novel means the:
E. List of characters featuring in it
F. Mode of presenting the fictional individuals
G. Resolution of the conflict between the characters.
H. Peculiar mannerism of the characters
- A good poem must:
E. Be above love
F. Have a regular rhythm
H. None of the above
- “That year the harvest was sad, like a funeral, and many farmers went as they dug up the miserable yams. One man tied his cloth to a tree branch and hanged himself’. The mood
conveyed here is one of:
- Girls dance and sing. Men clap. The walls sing and press inward. They press the men and
girls; they press John towards a centre of physical ecstasy”. To whom does “they” refer?
F. Men and girls
H. The walls
- The novel, Things Fall Apart by Chinua Achebe was first published in:
- ________were probably the only ethnic group in Africa found in almost every country in West Africa
- While enemies who submitted voluntarily and accepted Islam escaped enslavement others
were reduced to____________
- ________ indicates that there was a great deal of economic development and intergroup relations in Nigeria between 1,500 and 1,800
E. Archaeological evidence and oral tradition
F. European records
G. Arabic and Islamic records
H. Socio-cultural and economic institutions
- By the 18th century, Oyo was the largest of the forest states. Bounded in the north by the
Niger, Togoland, in the West and South by the Gulf of Guinea where _______ were its main
F. Port Novo and Badagry
H. Shagamu and Ekpe
- In the hey days of the trans-Saharan trade _____ was referred to as “the Manchester of the Western Sudan”
G. As amte
- Most of the slaves came from the region between modern Ghana and the Cameroons, hence the Coastline became known as the
E. Guinea Coast
F. Bight of Biafra
G. Bight of Benin
H. Slave Coast
- ________has been a crossroad of Africa since ancient times in an area which formed part of
what was known as the belt of the great empires of the Western Sudan
E. River Niger
F. River Benue
G. Trans-Saharan trade routes
H. The Atlantic Ocean
- The capital that was moved to birni Ngazar’gamu was first situated at
- Oyo remained strong for two hundred years, and it became a protectorate of Great Britain
- After the 16th Century, Benin mainly exported pepper, Ivory, gum and cotton to the Portuguese and _____ who resold it to other African Societies on the Coast
- What put paid to link of the igbo origin to the infamous Hamatic hypothesis is the _________
E. Excavations of the Nri-Awka-Orlu Complex
F. The dense population of the complex
G. The fusion of scattered semi independent villages into large units
H. The Igbo-Ukwu Civilization
- The long juju of the Trans-Atlantic slave trade era was situated at:
- Which of the following city was NOT a major centre for the trans-saharan trade?
- Which conclusion can be drawn from a study of early civilization of Axum, Kush, Mali and Songhai.
E. These African societies flourished at the same time
F. Farming was more extensive in the Nile River valley than it was in the fertile crescent
G. The Neolithic Revolution occurred in Africa
H. These societies had a long and rich history before their first contact with Europeans
- Which of these theories best explains the origin of the Asante Kingdom?
E. Hydrolic, social contract and conquest theories
F. Hamitic hypotheses, social contract, conquest theory
G. Social contract, Hamitic hypothesis, sudanic state hypothesis
H. Marxist theory, sudanic state hypothesis, social contract and conquest theory
- The parable of the unjust judge teaches:
- The real name of Bar-jesus(Acts 13:14) is:
- Justification by faith means:
E. Acquitted from sin
F. Forgiven by Christ
G. Raised in Christ
H. Remissions of sins
- The book of apocalypse is:
- The meaning of Religion is:
- The three main types of religions in Nigeria are:
E. Christianity, Islam and Hare-Krishna
F. Mysticism, Occultism and Philosophy
G. Judaism, Islam, ATR
H. ATR, Christianity and Islam.
- God created _________on th 4th day (Gen 1)
E. The Earth
F. The Sun, moon and stars
- Eli died along with his 2 sons because he:
E. Did not care for them
F. Did not control them
G. Did not train them
H. They were Greedy
- Another word for the Gospel is:
- Which of these is not a sign of humility
E. Service to others
F. Self Service
G. Respect for others
H. Submission to the will of others
- The Latin word for religion is:
- The consequences of the sin of Gahazi (2Kings 5:1f) was:
- Nehemiah in his effort to rebuild the walls of Jerusalem prayed against the taunt of:
E. Hilfiah and Huldah
F. Tobiah and Samballat
G. Amon and Shapon
H. Nebuchadnezzar and Tabot
- The true worship of God in Amos requires
E. Purity of Heart
F. Frequent attendance in the church
G. Payment of Tithe
H. A holy and righteous life
- “Why are you afraid, Oh! Men of little Faith” (Mtt. 8:23f) was said in the context of:
E. A storm in the sea
F. Walking on the Sea
G. A storm on the lake
H. Walking on the lake
- Social revolution are carried out by a:
H. Hoodlums and gangster
- The first institution where moral values are learnt is:
E. The Family
F. The School
G. The Market
H. The church or mosque
- Value is:
F. The cost of a thing
G. The worth of a thing
H. The weight of a thing
- Religion is part of the __________ of any society
E. Personal heritage
F. Family heritage
G. Cultural Heritage
H. National heritage
- Sexual abuse, rape, armed robbery, drug abuse, riot and host of others are examples of:
E. Developing nations
F. Social ills
G. Deviant Behaviors
H. Generational shift
- The Acceptance of value has been recognized:
E. Quickly, speedily and happily
F. Slowly, gradually and grudgingly
G. Happily, smoothly and rapidly
H. Slowly, gradually and joyfully
- _________ is a planned collective movement aimed at changing a decadent Socio political and economic system.
E. Social revolution
F. Economic revolution
- Parents engage in the “world of works” to:
E. Provide for the family
F. Make ends meet
G. Make end meets
H. Derive job satisfaction
- The human touch is indispensable for a
E. Well-rounded character
F. Business success
G. Academic life
H. Marriage and family life
- Moral basis of our actions mean that:
E. Your party is happy
F. Nobody is watching
G. Your neighbor is watching
H. Nobody can do anything contrary
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