Hello and Welcome to SSCE (WAEC and NECO) Practice Test - Agricultural Science 1. You will attempt 30 randomly generated objective questions for 20 minutes. 2. Don't guess answers. Leave answer blank if not sure. Incorrect answers attracts -1 (negative one) and it is cumulative. 3. If time allowed elapsed, your quiz ends immediately and scores will displayed and ranked. 4. Your performance in each of the question 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 email address Some plants are suitable for decorating living rooms because of their A. ability to endure low light intensity. B. low respiration rate. C. ability to retain water. D. low resistance to diseases A C D BA socio-economic factor which affects the availability of land for agricultural use in West Africa is A. soil type. B. population growth C. rainfall distribution. D. working capital B C A DPlant nutrients are restored during the fallow period through. A. reduced soil erosion. B. accumulation of soil organ in matter. C. reduced evaporation from the soil. D. accumulation of farmyard manure C B A DWhich of the following organs forms a barrier between an animal and its external environment? A. Urinary bladder. B. Stomach. C. Lung. D. Skin C B D ACalculate the number of yam setts planted at a spacing of 1.0m by 1.0m on a hectare of land. A. 1,000 setts. B. 2,500 setts. C. 5, 000 setts. D. 10,000 setts D A C BWhich of the following cropping systems would lead to continuous sustenance of soil fertility? I. Crop rotation. II. Land rotation. III. Monoculture. IV. Monocropping. A. I and II only. B. I and III only. C. II and III only. D. I,II and III only B C D AWhich of the following activities are functions of agricultural marketing boards in West Africa? I. Price stabilization within seasons. II. Harvesting of the farm produce. III. Grading and standardization of produce. IV. Market research for produce A. I and II only. B. II and III only. C. II, III, and IV only. D. I, III and IV only D A B CA disease of rabbit caused by a protozoan is A. infectious bronchitis. B. coccidiosis. C. anthrax. D. milk fever B C D AWhich of the following factors affect the work rate of draught animals? I. Feed intake II. Breed of animal. III. Harness for hitching. IV. Height of animal. A. I, II and III only. B. I, II and IV only C. II, III and IV only. D. I, II, III and IV only. D B C AWhat action of government may be considered as granting of subsidies to farmers? A. Giving low interest loans to farmers. B. Providing hire purchase services. C. Supplying agrochemicals at reduced cost. D. Providing free non-formal education to farmers B C D AAn important function of mulching is that it A. increases soil temperature. B. provides soil with nutrients. C. conserves moisture in the soil. D. increases rate of evaporation B C D ADemand is said to be price elastic, if the absolute value of price elasticity of demand is A. greater than one. B. less than one. C. one. D. zero D C A BWhich of the following sequences describes the steps in making hay? A. Cut, dry and bale. B. Dry, ferment and bale. C. Cut, wilt and bale. D. Bale, dry and cut. A D B CA 100kg NPK 15: 15: 15 compound fertilizer has a filler Make-up weight of A. 30kg. B. 40k,g. C. 45kg. D. 55kg C A D BWhich of the following are advantages of the communal land ownership system? I. Every member of the community has a piece of land on which to farm. II. Co-operative farming is possible under this system. III. Large scale farming is encouraged. IV. Land can be used as a security for loans A. I and II only. B II and III only. C. I and III only. D. III and IV only D C B AA cattle breed in West Africa tolerant to trypanosomiasis is A. White Fulani. B. Sokoto Gudali. C. N’ dama. D. Friesian D C B AThe characteristic of draught animals which does not influence traction effort is A. age. B. sex. C. breed of animal. D. meat quality D B C AWhich of the following statements about colostrum is false? It is A. an evaporated milk. B. the first milk produced after parturition. C. high in antibodies. D. rich in proteins and vitamins C D A BWhich of the following factors affects the onset of flowering in crops? A. Atmospheric pressure. B. Wind. C. Day length. D. Rainfall C A B DThe processes by which animals release carbon dioxide into the air are A. respiration and decay. B. respiration and ammonification. C. nitrification and decay. D. denitrification and ammonification B D C AWhich of the following factors should be considered when building a rabbit hutch? I. Safety and comfort of rabbits II. Ease of maintenance and cleaning. III. Day length. A. I and II only. B. I and III only. C. II and III only. D. I, II and III B D C AA farmer who plants African Marigold between his crops has the intention of controlling A. bacteria. B. viruses. C. fungi. D. nematodes C B A DThe common name of Axonopus compressus is A. carpet grass. B. spear grass. C. guinea grass. D. bahama grass B A C DWhich of the following factors should be considered when sowing seeds in the field? I. Time of sowing. II. Plant density. III. Depth of sowing. IV. Method of sowing A. I and II only. B. I, II and III only. C. III and IV only. D. I, II, III and IV B A D CThe following substances arc excretory products in farm animals except I. blood II. sweat III. urine A. I only. B. II only. C. III only. D. II and III only A D B CThe removal of sheath on maize cob is referred to as A. winnowing. B. shelling. C. dehusking D. milling B C D AMarble is a metamorphic rock formed from A. limestone. B. quartzite. C. shale. D. schist B D C AAn example of a piercing and sucking insect-pest of crops is a A. mealy bug. B. grasshopper. C. weevil. D. termite A C B DScroll down to see the question Price per kg(N) Quantity supplied by Adamu (kg) Quantity supplied by koffi (kg) Quantity supplied by Koroma (kg) 5,000.00 37,500 22,500 17,500 4,000.00 35,000 20,000 15,000 3,000.00 30,000 15,000 10,000 2,000.00 20,000 10,000 5,000 1,000.00 5,000 2,000 1,000 Calculate the percentage change in the total quantity supplied if the price decreases from N5, 000.00 per kg to N3,000.00 per kg A. 85% B. 71% C. 41% D. 29% D B C AHeat in farm animals can be detected by the following signs except A. redness of the vulva. B. low body temperature. C. loss of appetite. D. frequent urination D B A C31 out of 30Are 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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