NASARAWA STATE UNIVERSITY POST UTME PAST QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS

NASARAWA STATE UNIVERSITY POST UTME PAST QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS

Nasarawa State University is one of the best universities in the northern part of Their admission is very competitive and they only admit candidates with the highest score. That is why we are here to help you get the highest score in the forthcoming examination by listing out the past Questions and answers of NSUK for you.

Note: Most universities do not have time to set new Questions. All they do is pick from their past Questions. Therefore I urge you to study these questions carefully because it will give you a hint on how their Questions are structured….

  SAMPLE SCREENING OF THE PAST QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS

ENGLISH

In the questions below, choose the word(s) or phrase which best fills the gap(s)

  1. Jubril found that thieves had entered his house in his absence. He went to the police to report the…

(A) break out
(B) break up
(C) break in
(D) break into

  1. After the accused was found guilty by the court, his counsel… before the sentence was passed

(A) begged for mercy
(B) made a plea for mitigation
(C) made an ovation
(D) made a plea for litigation

  1. Four persons accused of currency … are being held by the security agents.
    (A) trafficking
    (B) traviking
    (C) trafficking
    (D) traffiking
  2. Gone are the days when he… enjoy patronage.
    (A) would
    (B) will
    (C) used to
    (D) could
  3. He did not attend the final burial …
    (A) rite
    (B) rights
    (C) rites
    (D) right
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Biology

  1. The muscle cell fluid of an athlete was tested immediately after a 100m race and was found to contain a high concentration of lactic acid. Explain what could have caused this. The

(A) the athlete must have eaten food containing a lactic acid
(B) the athlete must have injected lactic acid into his blood just before the race
(C) the athlete must have carried out anaerobic respiration during the race
(D) the athlete must have inhaled lactic acid from the environment during the race.

  1. One of these is not a continuous variation

(A) height
(B) weight
(C) tongue rolling
(D) skin color

  1. One of the following is usually worm-like, cylindrical, or flattened

(A) molluscs
(B) insects
(C) nematods
(D) annelids

  1. The roots hairs are

(A) strength and support
(B) conducting liquid
(C) absorption of water and salt
(D) penetration into the soil

  1. The random way genes recombine during meiosis and fertilization leads to

(A) genetic variation
(B) phenotype
(C) genome
(D) genotype

     Mathematics

  1. Convert 726 to a number in base three A. 2211 B. 2121 C. 1212 D. 1122 AnsD
  2. Find the median of 2, 3, 7, 3, 4, 5, 8, 9, 9, 4, 5, 3, 4, 2, 4 and 5 A. 9 B. 8 C. 7 D. 4 AnsD
  3. 3 girls share a number of apples in the ratio 5:3:2. If the highest share is 40 apples. Find the smallest share A. 16 B. 38 C. 36 D. 24 AnsA
  4. How many sides has a regular polygon whose interior angles is 1350 each? A. 8 B. 12 C. 10 D. 19 AnsA
  5. Evaluate 12.02×20.06 24.04×60.06, correct to three significant figures A. 0.155 B. 0.158 C. 0.154 D. 0.157 Ans C
  6. The pie chart above shows THE respective number of students reading courses of their choice what is the angle representing students reading Agriculture? A. 60˚ B. 40˚ C. 80˚ D. 140˚ Ans C

     Government

  1. The executive is A. a committee of the legislature B. the body that makes the law C. the body that executes the policies of government D. the highest organ of government. AnsC
  2. Democracy means a system of government in which A. the majority rules B. the minority rules C. there is no party system D. the people rule.AnsA
  3. The colonial administration in Nigeria was A. authoritarian B. democratic C. development-oriented D. dominated by Nigerians AnsA
  4. Fundamental Human Rights of citizens are provided for in A. the United Nations charter B. the North Atlantic Treaty C. the constitution of state D. the OAU charter AnsC
  5. The traditions of a people that shape their government and politics represent their___ A. political culture B. political acculturation C. political socialization D. political ideology 6. The law of libel limit AnsA.

     Economics

Economics is the study of human behavior as it relates to the ____. A. efficient allocation of resources B. production of goods C. operation of companies D. generation of income Ans A

  1. Consumer surplus tends to be higher when demand is A. perfectly elastic B. elastic C. inelastic D. unitarily elastic Ans C
  2. If demand increases without a change in supply, equilibrium price and quantity will A. remain unchanged B. shift inward C. fall D. rise Ans D
  3. One of the characteristics of oligopoly is the availability of _____. A. few sellers B. few buyers C. many sellers D. a single seller Ans A
  4. During the era of barter, money was generally in the form of ____. A. notes B. precious metals C. coins D. commodities Ans D

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