Hello Welcome to the SS1 1st Term Evaluation Test – Agricultural Science – FREE Access (20 Questions ONLY) 1. You will attempt 20 objective questions for 10 minutes. If the time allocated (10 minutes) elapsed, assessment exercise will end and result will be displayed immediately on the screen. 2. You cannot change your answer after selection. Be sure before you select your answer. 3. Your score, questions attempted, selected answers and correct answers will be displayed on the screen after submission. A printable copy of your performance report will be emailed to your email address inbox immediately after submission. Make sure to input a working email address inside the text below. 4. You are strongly advised to work on your own. Fill the form below as they will appear on your result sheet and Click the Next Button to Begin Full Name: Name of School: email address: 1. [ Agricultural Laws and Reforms ]Government laws and reforms are aimed at ______A. increasing agricultural production. B. controlling farm profits. C. discouraging investment in agriculture. D. encouraging importation of agricultural produce. A B C D2. [ Roles of Government in Agriculture ]Which of the following is not a government agricultural programme? A. Operation Feed the Nation B. Agricultural Development Projects C. Farm Settlement Schemes D. West Africa Rice Development Agency A B C D3. [ Roles of Government in Agriculture ]In order to ensure that crop and animal diseases are not transferred across international boundaries government must _____A. have a program on agricultural education. B. endeavour to produce only disease resistant crops. C. have and enforce quarantine services. D. increase surveillance of its borders by security agents. A B C D4. Your new question!5. [ Subsistence and Commercial Agriculture ]An advantage of commercial agriculture is that it ____ A. requires small space. B. requires skilled labour C produces high returns. D. involves low capital A B C D6. [ Roles of Government in Agriculture ]Which of the following is not a role of government in agricultural production? A. Provision of labour B. Provision of subsidies C. Building of storage facilities D. Provision of loans and credits A B C D7. [ Importance of Agriculture ]Agriculture contributes to the economy of West African countries through the following means except A. reduction of poverty through job creation. B. supply of armament for territorial defence. C. provision of foreign exchange. D. supply of raw materials to industries. A B C D8. [ Subsistence and Commercial Agriculture ]The main reason for establishing game reserves is to prevent wildlife from ____ A. being poached B. being hunted periodically C. attacking tourists D. becoming extinct A B C D9. [ Roles of Government in Agriculture ]The difference between subsidy and loan is that subsidy ______A. is a short term credit while loan is a long term credit. B. is a medium term credit while loan is short term credit. C. requires a collateral while a loan does not. D. is not refundable while a loan is refundable A B C D10. [ Problems of Agricultural Development ]The replacement of traditional farming methods with modern methods is a step in agricultural ______A. expansion B. education C. development D. diversification. A B C D11. [ Importance of Agriculture ]Which of the following benefits of agriculture is of east importance to the peasant farmer? A. Materials for shelter B. Employment C. Foreign exchange D. Income A B C D12. [ Problems of Agricultural Development ]Which of the following statements is not an impediment to the development of agriculture in West Africa? A. Teeming population of insect pests B. Aggressive agricultural extension C. Chaotic marketing systems D. Pollution of the environment. A B C D13. Your new question!14. [ Roles of Government in Agriculture ]The most important contribution of agriculture to mankind is the provision of ____ A. shelter. B employment. C. foreign exchange. D. food A B C D15. [ Problems of Agricultural Development ]The following are factors that affect agricultural development in West Africa except _______A. transportation. B. rainfall. C. land tenure. D. pests and diseases. A B C D16. [ Agricultural Laws and Reforms ]The use of land for agriculture is not influenced by ______A. labour B. climate C. topography D. population. A B C D17. [ Agricultural Laws and Reforms ]The land tenure system that results in fragmentation of land is ______A. freehold B. government tenancy C. inheritance D. leasehold. A B C D18. [ Subsistence and Commercial Agriculture ]Which of the following statements best describes subsistence agriculture? A. the rearing of animals only. B. small scale production of crops and livestock C. raising of crops and animals for sale D. use of machines in agricultural A B C D19. [ Agricultural Laws and Reforms ]Which of the following land tenure systems encourages the establishment of permanent cops? A. Freehold system B. Tenancy C. Leasehold system D. Pledging. A B C D20. [ Problems of Agricultural Development ]Wastage of agricultural produce may not be worsened by ______A. poor transportation B. land fragmentation C. inadequate storage facilities D. inadequate processing facilities A B C DHello , Good to know you finished before allocated time (10 Minutes) elapsed. You may wish to check on any missed questions using the previous button, otherwise, you may submit by clicking the submit button. Categories: 0 Comments Leave a Reply Cancel reply You must be logged in to post a comment. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.