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GOVERNMENT Past Questions and Answers in PDF Format

GOVERNMENT Past Questions and Answers: Getting this past question will help you score higher than your competitors. It will expose you to the questions that have been asked previously as those questions and answers get repeated every year and if you don’t have a copy of this past question, then I am afraid, you are really missing out.

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GOVERNMENT Past Questions and Answers in PDF Format

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GOVERNMENT Past Questions Sample 

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  1. Which of the following is NOT a characteristic of the parliamentary system of government?
    A Ministers are usually members of parliament
    B The PrimeMinister is politically responsible to the parliament
    C The Head of State is the powerful organ of government
    D The Head of Government may advise the Head of State to dissolve parliament
    E The Party in opposition provides the Shadow Government.
  2. Capitalism is an economic system in which A the economy of the State is centrally planned and controlled
    B Private persons are permitted to undertake enterprises
    C accumulatation of private property is forbidden
    D that means of production are owned and controlled by the State
    E all big industries and the land are publicly owned for common good.
  3. The process of depriving persons of the right of voting is called

A enfranchisement

B disqualification
C dismissal

D prohibition
E disenfranchisement.

  1. Bicameralsmrefers to
    A a one chamber legislature
    B the process of voting in the leigslature
    C the upper chamber in a legislature
    D a two chamber legislature
    E legislature in all sovereign States.
  2. The principle of the separation of powers implies that the three main organs of government work
    A separately
    B independently and co-operatively
    C against one another
    D reluctantly and gradually for the executive
    E together in the interest of other nations.
  3. The main function of the judiciary is to
    A serve as the watchdog of the Executive
    B enact laws
    C execute the laws of the land
    D interprets the laws
    E protects the interest of accused persons.
  4. A totalitarian government is-
    A  a government that aspires to control every aspect of a citizen’s life
    B a government for the masses
    C a government of the people, by the people, and for the people
    D a weak government

E controlled by the rich

  1. An unwritten consititution operates in

A. Guinea

B U.S.A.

C Great Britain
D China

E Nigeria.

  1. A sovereign state is one
    A whose constitution can only be changed by a military government

B where its citizens can speak without fear or favour
C in which sovereignty is invested in the military
D whose citizens are free to evade responsibility
E whose government decisions are made independent of sovereign interference

  1. Representative Democracy is best characterized by
    A free elections and proper register of voters
    B proper constituencies and a real choice of candidates
    C a politically educated electorate
    D representation only for the poor
    E rule by the interest groups.

7 Tips to Prepare for GOVERNMENT Exams

  1. Don’t make reading your hobby: A lot of people put reading as a hobby in their CV, they might be right because they have finished schooling. But “You” are still schooling, so reading should be in top priority and not as a hobby. Read far and wide to enhance your level of aptitude
  2. Get Exams Preparation Materials: These involve textbooks, dictionaries, GOVERNMENT past questions and answers, mock questions, and others. These materials will enhance your mastering of the scope of the exams you are expecting.
  3. Attend Extramural Classes: Register and attend extramural classes at your location. This class will not only help you refresh your memory but will boast your classroom understanding and discoveries of new knowledge.
  4. Sleep when you feel like: When you are preparing for any exams, sleeping is very important because it helps in the consolidation of memory. Caution: Only sleep when you feel like it and don’t oversleep.
  5. Make sure you are healthy: Sickness can cause excessive feelings of tiredness and fatigue and will not allow you to concentrate on reading. If you are feeling as if you are not well, report to your parent, a nurse or a doctor. Make sure you are well.
  6. Eat when you feel like: During the exam preparation period, you are advised not to overeat, so as to avoid sleep. You need to eat little and light food whenever you feel like eating. Eat more of fruits, drink milk and glucose. This will help you to enhance retention.
  7. Reduce your time in social media: Some people live their entire life on Facebook, Twitter, WhatsApp, Messenger chat. This is so bad and catastrophic if you are preparing for exams. Try and reduce your time spending on social media during this time. Maybe after the exams, you can go back and sleep in it.

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