Hello and Welcome to SSCE (WAEC and NECO) Online Assessment Test - Government 1. You will attempt 20 randomly generated objective questions for 10 minutes. 2. Don't guess the answers. Leave answer blank if not sure. Incorrect answers attract -1 (negative one) and it is cumulative. 3. If time allowed elapsed, your quiz ends immediately and scores will be displayed and ranked. 4. Your performance in each of the questions attempted alongside step-by-step solutions to attempted questions will be displayed on the screen at the end of the assessment. 5. Fill the form below and click on the Next button to Begin Full Name (Surname First): Location: Under the British Crown Colony system of administration, the head of the executive council was the A. Governor-General. B. Head of government business. C. Speaker. D. Prime minister. C D B AWhich of the following statements distinguishes political parties from pressure groups? A. Political parties only lobby government to change certain policies B. Pressure groups select candidates for political offices C. Political parties influence government policies D. Pressure groups influence government policies to members interest. D B A CIn a parliamentary system, the executive is weak because it is A. accountable to parliament. B. responsible for its own actions. C. headed by a prime minister. D. the head of state that controls the government A B D CThe two major factors that contributed to the development of capitalism were A. emergence of the Protest Reformation and paper money B. the emergence of Adolf Hitler and the First World War C. the theory of individual Rights and the Industrial Revolution in Britain D. the First World War and the Atlantic Charter of 1941. D B C AWhich of the following is a feature of democracy? A. Majority rule B. Election by selected adults C. Quick decision making D. Rule by wealthy men B C A DA constitution is important because it A. teaches moral values of the society. B. prescribes rules for those who govern. C. serves as a source of conflict in society. D. describes the laws and admonishes obedience. B A D CA unique feature of a state is A. information. B. anarchy. C. organized laws. D. direct democracy. B A C DWhich of the following is a duty of a good citizen? A. Paying tax regularly B. Must assist me poor C. Should challenge the law of the land D. Must join the law enforcement agents. C B A DPower is transferred into authority through A. force. B. legitimacy. C. judiciary. D. sovereignty. D B A CWhich of the following is a problem of civil service? A. Red-tapism B. Offering professional advice to political leaders C. Continuous keeping of records D. Changing of government through election C D A BThe primary objective of the United Nations Organisation (UNO) is to A. stop aggression B. help poor countries C. fight against injustice D. maintain world peace A B C DWhich of the following is not a characteristic of confederation? A. The right to secede is allowed B. Sovereignty resides in the centre C. The centre and units agree before taking decisions D. Autonomous units are more powerful than the centre C A B DThe first British West African country to practise the elective principle was A. Nigeria. B. The Gambia. C. Sierra Leone. D. Ghana. B D C AA politically aware and active society is said to have a A. subjective political culture B. participatory political culture C. parochial political culture D. evaluative political culture B C D AThe principle of rule of law was popularized by A. Gabriel Almond. B. Charles Montesquieu. C. Jean Bodin. D. A. V. Dicey. D B A CParliamentary filibuster refers to a A. procedure of impeaching the president B. delay method of prolonging debates in parliament C. process of passing bills into laws D. a special way of initiating money bills D A C BOne of the criticisms against delegated legislation is that it A. Promotes separation of powers B. is not practised in advanced countries C. encroaches on parliamentary power D. gives too much power to the judiciary D B A CThe scholar who defined sovereignty as an absolute power vested in one authority was A. A.V. Dicey B. Jean Bodin C. John Austin D. B. Montesquieu A C B DThe objective of the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) is to A. Promote economic development among member states. B. achieve African unity. C. establish political unification of West Africa. D. eradicate all forms of racism in West Africa. D A C BA citizen’s duties do not include A. defending the nation B. obeying the laws. C. paying taxes. D. giving alms to the poor A C D B21 out of 20Are you ready to submit? You have enough time to attempt skipped questions and review your answers by clicking the Previous Button, else click the Submit Quiz button to see your results! 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