Hello Welcome to the SS1 1st Term Evaluation Test – Civic Education – 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. 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. [ Values ]An attribute of honesty is _____A. toleranceB. justiceC. compromiseD. liberty A B C D2. [ Values ]Which of the following statements may be true about the candidates in the diagram?A. The candidates are doing what is ethicalB. Candidates involved in malpractice should be banned for lifeC. Their actions can also affect innocent candidatesD. Their misconduct will guarantee a reliable certificate A B C D3. [ Citizenship and Nationalism ]Naturalized citizens cannot be denied their legal status as members of a country unless if they A. are jailed one year within seven years of acquiring citizenship. B. are found guilty to be spies or secret agents for another country. C. refuse to represent the country in an international sporting event. D. give adequate information to the host country. A B C D4. [ Citizenship and Nationalism ]An ideology that aims at promoting national consciousness and identity is _____A. nationalismB. socializationC. civic cultureD. progressivism A B C D5. [ Citizenship and Nationalism ]One of the aims of citizenship education is to produce students with A. creative skill. B. high sense of entrepreneurial skill. C. high sense of patriotism. D. manipulative skills. A B C D6. [ Values ]From the diagram above, which major condition may have encouraged candidates to engage in examination malpractices?A. Public perception that it is normal to cheatB. Inadequate preparation for the examinationC. The supervisor are not negligentD. School authorities encourage cheating A B C D7. [ Citizenship and Nationalism ]Who among the following could be described as the founding father of Nigerian nationalism? A. Nnamdi Azikiwe.B. Herbert Macaulay.C. Ahmadu Bello.D. ObafemiAwolowo. A B C D8. [ Values ]Values can be described as the ______A. bases for dignity of labour B. commitment to progressive movements in the society. C. laid down rules and regulations of the society. D. principles and beliefs influencing behavior. A B C D9. [ Values ]Which of the following is not an attribute of co-operation?A. AssistanceB. DishonestyC. RespectD. Support A B C D10. [ Citizenship and Nationalism ]Citizenship education influences an individual to be _____A. patrioticB. educatedC. complacentD. competent A B C D11. [ Values ]Based on the above diagram, the candidates would not have cheated if _____A. they were well-spacedB. there was an invigilatorC. they were hardworkingD. there were nobody to copy from A B C D12. [ Values ]One of the significance of value in the society is that it _____A. brings about peaceful co-existence of peopleB. makes one to acquire more propertiesC. enhances an individual's access to educationD. promote influx of aliens to the community A B C D13. [ Citizenship and Nationalism ]Citizenship status is acquired through A. birth, indigenisation, colonization and referendum.B. association, convention, naturalization and incorporation.C. birth, naturalization, honorary and registration.D. registration, inter—relationship, integration and declaration. A B C D14. [ Citizenship and Nationalism ]One of the civic responsibilities of a citizen is ______ A. join social club. B. join town union. C. participate in public discussion. D. vote during election. A B C D15. [ Values ]The term societal values refer to the _____ the societyA. economic strength ofB. norms, rules and regulations ofC. policy makers in theD. sense of value of A B C D16. [ Values ]The standard that are considered ethical by an individual or the society are known as _____A. dignityB. rightsC. valuesD. materialism A B C D17. [ Citizenship and Nationalism ]Use the quotation below to answer the question.‘If I should forsake you, Banwuya motherland, Africa fatherland, Let my two hands Forget their cunnings”. Femi Ademiluyi: The New Man. All rights reserved.The quotation shows that the speaker is _____A. nationalisticB. opportunisticC. subservientD. reoriented A B C D18. [ Citizenship and Nationalism ]One of the responsibilities of a good citizen is to ______A. possesses an international passport.B. enjoy all amenities provided by government.C. serve the country when required D. develop his potentialities to the fullness A B C D19. [ Values ]Members of a society are expected to adhere to societal values for the following reasons except _____A. enhancement of developmentB. improvement of self dignityC. reduction of social vicesD. relegation of morality A B C D20. [ Citizenship and Nationalism ]Which of the following is a legal obligation of a citizen? A. Giving financial assistance to the poor B. Helping in community development C. Payment of taxes D. Respecting the national symbols 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. 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