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About Unilag Post UTME Examination

Unilag post utme examination was brought out access the competence of candidates in their knowledge of the area of discipline they are to apply for. Those that are science inclined are given science related subjects while those that are art inclined are given art related subject. Almost all the universities in the country are involved in setting up post utme examinations to access their intending students

UNILAG PATTERN OF POST UTME EXAMS

The Post utme questions differ according to the kind of university, kind of course applied for and kinds of subjects included in the questions. According to the kind of universities questions differs both in ease and difficulty. Nevertheless, it is what any student can answer if he/she gave themselves to get ready for the exercise.

Depending on the kind of course the subject combination varies especially showing the kind of subjects you offered in your secondary school external exams.

Depending on the subjects you will have to bring up your ssce text books as questions will be asked from there to prepare you for your first year in school.

LATEST EXAM FORMAT OF UNILAG POST UTME EXAMINATION

Several candidates have been inquiring whether the past questions are still important since there is a recent form of examination using CBT. We want to tell you that past questions are still very much important as the university examination body usually reuse the old past question. This is to support students to revise old ones so as to be able to pass and meet up the cut off mark.

Formerly, candidates were given a booklet type of post utme examination : objective questions filed with pen or pencil but now UNILAG post utme examinations have now been made to be a Computer Based Test (CBT).

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UNIVERSITY OF LAGOS

POST UTME SCREENING TEST

INSTRUCTION: ATTEMPT ALL QUESTIONS

Time allowed: 45 minutes

CHEMISTRY 2018/2019
1 200cm3 of air was passed over heated copper in a syringe several times to produce copper(II) C
oxide. When cooled, the final volume of air recorded was 158 cm3. Estimate the percentage of
oxygen in the air. (A) 31% (B) 27% (C) 21% (D) 19%
2 30cm3 of oxygen at 10atmosphere pressures is placed in a20dm3 container. Calculate the new B
pressure if temperature is kept constant. (A) 6.7 atm (B) 15.0 atm (C) 60.0 (D) 66.0
3. Bond dissociation energy of 500KJmol-1 may be assigned to(A) ionic bonding (B) covalent A
bonding (C) hydrogen bonding D) metallic bonding (E) van-der-waals bonding.
4. A mixture of iron and sulphur can be separated by dissolving the mixture in (A) steam (B) B dilute
hydrochloric acid (C) dilute sodium hydroxide (D) benzene
5. A mixture of sand, ammoniumchloride and sodiumchloride is best separated by (A) A sublimation
followed by addition of water and filtration (B) sublimation followed by addition of water and
evaporation (C) addition of water followed by filtration and sublimation (D) addition of water
followed by crystallization and sublimation
6. A pure solid usually melts (A) over a wide range of temperature (B) over a narrow range of
temperature (C) at a lower temperature than the impure one (D) at the same temperature as the
impure one
7. A small quantity of solid ammonium chloride was heated gently in a test tube; the solid gradually
disappeared to produce a mixture of two gases. Later a white cloudy deposit was observed on the
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cooler part of the test tube. The ammonium chloride is said to have undergone (A) distillation (B)
sublimation (C) precipitation (D) evaporation
8. CH4 has this geometry: (A) trigonal (B) planar (C) tetrahedral (D) octahedral (E) linear.
9. Chlorine, consisting of two isotopes of mass numbers 35 and 37, has an atomic mass of 35.5. The
relative abundance of the isotope of mass number 37 is? (A) 20 (B) 25 (C) 50 (D) 75
10. Elements P,Q,R,S, have 6,11,15 and 17 electrons respectively, therefore (A) P will form an
electrovalent bond with R (B) Q will form a covalent bond with S (C) R will form an electrovalent
bond with S (D) Q will form an electrovalent bond with S
11. In the oil drop experiment, Millikan determined the (A) charge to mass ratio of the electron (B)
mass of the electron (C) charge of the electron (D) mass of the proton
12. One of these atomic shells is the most stable (A) M (B) N (C) K (D) L
13. Sieving is a technique used to separate mixtures containing 20% oxygen by volume. Which of the
reactants was in excess? (A) Carbon(II)oxide (B) Oxygen (C)Carbon(IV)oxide (D) Nitrogen
14. The abnormally high boiling point of water Is primarily due to (A) ionic bonding (B) covalent
bonding (C) dative bonding (D) coordinate covalent bonding (E) hydrogen bonding.
15. The energy required to remove an electron from the isolated gaseous atom is known as (A)
electron affinity (B) bond energy (C) lonisation energy (D) electronegativity(E) electrovalency
16. The group that oxygen belongs to is collectively called (A) allotropes (B) halogens (C) chalcogens
(D) alkenes (E) ozonides.
17. A charged car battery has energy that can be converted into another energy called energy (A)
Chemical, electrical (B) mechanical, chemical (C) heat, mechanical (D) light, electrical (E) light, heat
18. Copperoxide is heated with charcoal to produce carbonmonoxide and copper. The reaction is an
example of (A) both oxidation and reduction (B) neither oxidation and reduction (C) oxidation only
(D) reduction only (E) neutralization
19. For each oxygen atom in hydrogen peroxide which acts as an oxidant, there is an oxygen atom
which acts as a /an (A) Oxidant (B) reductant (C) oxidizing agent (D) catalyst (E) inhibitor
20. Given the change of phase: CO2(g) changes to CO2(s), the entropy of the system (A) decreases
(B) increases (C) remains the same (D) none of the above
21. In which of the following is the entropy change positive? (A) Reaction between an acid and a
base. (B) Addition of concentrated acid to water. (C) Dissolution of sodium metal in water. (D)
Thermal dissociation of ammonium chloride.
22. One of these elements is the best reducing agent. (A) Pb (B) Rb (C) Al (D) In
23. The name of the gas driven off at the negative electrode during the electrolysis of brine is (A)
hydrogen (B) chlorine (C) oxygen (D) sodium (E) hydrogen chloride
24. “Quicklime” has the formula……….. (A) Ca(OH)2 (B) CaO (C) CaCO3 (D) CaSO4.2H2O (E) CaCl2
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25. What is the process associated with conversion of vegetable oil to soap? (A)Esterification (B) B
Saponification (C) hydrolysis (D) Acidification

UNIVERSITY OF LAGOS

POST UTME SCREENING TEST

INSTRUCTION: ATTEMPT ALL QUESTIONS

Time allowed: 45 minutes

GOVERNMENT 2018/2019

  1. Which of the following countries does not operate a federal constitution? (A).U.S.A (b).Canada (c).
    Nigeria (d). France (e). Switzerland.
    2. The transfers of authority to local government council is known as (A).Demarcation (b). Delegation (c)
    fusion (d). Fragmentation (e) Devolution.
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    3. A popular principle of colonial administration in British West Africa (A).Association (b).indirect rule (c)
    paternalism (d).westernization (e) assimilation.
    4. The first Governor- General of colonial Nigeria was? (A). Sir Hugh Clifford (b). Sir James Roberson (c).
    Dr. Nnamdi Azikiwe (d).Sir. Ralph Moore (e). Lord Lugard.
    5. Lagos became a Crown Colony in (A).1900 (b).1914 (c) 1886 (d). 1881. (E). 1862
    6. Representative democracy is best characteristic by (A) free elections and proper registers of voters
    (B) a politically educated electorate (C) rule by the interest group (D) proper constituencies and a real
    choice of candidates
    7. While political partial parties aim at forming a government pressure groups aim at (A) causing social
    unrest (B) influencing governmental decisions (C) controlling nation’s economy (D) getting workers to
    unite
    8. When the electorate vote for representatives who is turn vote on their behalf we say it is (A) an
    indirect election (B) an unfair election (C) a disputed election (D) a rigged electron
    9. An election which is conducted to fill a vacant seat in a legislature is called a (A) by election (B)
    general election (C) referendum (D) plebiscite
    10. Which of these countries does NOT operate a federal constitution? (A)USA (B) Nigeria (C) Canada
    (D) France
    11. The major advantage of the secret ballot is that (A) it is faster than other systems (B) nobody can be
    prevented from voting (C) it ensures the anonymity of each voter (D) losers can ask for another secret
    voter
    12. In a one party state (A) there are no free citizens (B) the communist party is the only legal party (C)
    the ruling party is the only legal party (D) elections to be legislature are held at the party’s conferences
    13. A cabinet system of government is practiced in (A) Britain and Canada (B) the soviet union (C) all
    European Countries including Britain (D) the United State of America
    14. A proclamation by the head of state ending a session of parliament is called (A) a dissolution (B) an
    adjournment (C) a prorogation (D) a devolution
    15. The constitution of the federal republic of Nigeria (A) promotes unity of diversity (B) allows for the
    dominance of the minority ethnic groups (C) concentrates governmental power at on one level of
    government (D) ensures the dominance of one political party.
    16. The transfer of authority to local government council is known as (A) delegation (B) fusion (C)
    fragmentation (D) devolution
    17. The principle of anonymity of civil servants means that they (A) are not the servant of a particular
    government (B) are trained for the duties they perform ( C) are credited or blamed for anything they do
    (D) have a career
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    18. The six registered political parties in Nigeria in 1982 were (A) UPN, NPN, PPA, PPP, NPP, and NAP (B)
    UPN, GNPP, NAP, PRP, NPP, NPN, (C) NPN, UPN, NPP, PRP, PPP NNDP, _ _ _ (D) NPC, GNPP, PRP, UPN,
    NPP and PPA
    19. Which of the following is NOT a pressure group in Nigeria (A) farmers (B) the Nigerian union of
    teachers (NUT) (C) Nigeria medical associate (NMA) (D) academic staff union of university (ASUU)
    20. The N.C.N.C sent a delegation to London in 1947 to protest against the (A) burns constitution (B)
    Richards constitution (C) Littleton constitution (D) Macpherson constitution
    21. A popular principle of colonial administration in British West Africa was (A) association (B) indirect
    rule (C) paternalism (D) assimilation
    22. The first governor-general of colonial Nigeria was (A) sir, Hugh Clifford (B) sir James Robertson (C)
    lord Lugard (D) sir Ralph moore.
    23. The first military government in Nigeria was headed by (A) General Yakubu Gowon (B) General
    Agunyi Ironsi (C) General M. Mohammed (D) General O. Obasanjo.
    24. The first general election in Nigeria was hold in (A) 1933 (B) 1952 (C) 1955 (D) 1959
    25. The supreme organ of the U.N O is the (A) general assembly (B) secretary general (C) world court (D)
    World bank

UNIVERSITY OF LAGOS

POST UTME SCREENING TEST

INSTRUCTION: ATTEMPT ALL QUESTIONS

Time allowed: 45 minutes

ECONOMICS 2018/2019

  1. A major liability of a commercial bank arise from (A) customer’s deposits (B) loans and advances (C)
    overdrafts (D) staff allowances
    2 Retailers in an economy perform the function of (A) production (B) exchange (C) distribution (D)
    investment 3.
    In a sole proprietorships the decision are made by the (A) government (B) board of directors (C) owner
    (D) shareholders conference
    4. The meaning of wage-price spiral is (A)demand pull and cost push inflation pulling each other in
    different (B) demand pull and cost push intensifying each other (C) that wages and price are rising at a
    proportional rate (D) that demand pull and cost push inflation increase employment
    5. Which of the following enterprise does not pursue the sole objective of profit maximization (A) roads
    Nig Ltd (B) Union bank of Nigeria Ltd (C) power holding & company of Nigeria (D) Kingsway Nigeria Ltd.
    6. Palm oil industry is located in Edo state because the state (A )imports raw material for oil industry (B)
    is a palm tree growing area (C) government does not engage land for other crops (D) land is suitable for
    oil
    7. Disequilibrium in the balance of payments means (A) imports of the country exceeding its export (B)
    deficit in the trade balance (C) capital flowing out of the country exceeds the capital flowing into the
    country (D) overall deficit or surplus in the current account and capital account of the balance of
    payment.
    8. Full employment is a situation in which (A) every adult is employed (B) all adult who can work are
    employed (C) only the disable are not employed (D) all those who are able and eligible to work can find
    employment
    9. PHCN as a public corporation is (A) duopoly (B) a power-generating industry in Nigeria (C) a monopoly
    (D) a monopolistically competitive industry
    10. Demand for a factor of production is (A) a composite demand (B) a joint demand (C) a derived
    demand (D) an elasticity demand
    11. Differential product is the characteristic feature of _ _ _ (A) perfect competition (B) pure
    competition (C) monopoly (D) monopolistic competition
    12. The channel for food distribution in Nigeria consists of (A) producers wholesalers and retailers (B)
    producers and consumers (C) producers and processor (D) farmers processors and consumers
    13. One disadvantage of sole proprietorships is its (A) limited liability (B) high profits (C) high sense of
    ownership (D) low credit rating.
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    14. For two substitute goods, the cross elasticity of demand is (A) greater than one but less than two (B)
    zero (C) negative (D) positive
    15. An imperfectly competitive market is one where (A) a large number of firms sell homogenous
    product (B) input and output prices are unaffected (C) commodities are differentiated (D) each firm
    maximizes profit by selecting an output level at which marginal cost equal mark price land is suitable for
    oil.
    16. Which of the following is NOT a determinant of the size of economically active population (A) age
    structure (B) occupation of workers (C) proportion of men to women (D) efficiency of labour force.
    17. The economic goal of public utilities is to (A) maximize profit (B) expand assets (C) minimize cost (D)
    provide essential services
    18 The most important characteristic of money is (A) portability (B) intrinsic value (C) acceptability (D)
    usefulness
    19. Which of the following is not a feature of economic under development of a country? (A)Large
    number of hg income earners relative to the population (B) high annual income for the few (C) high
    incidence of poverty (D) high infant mortality rate
    20. Given the present state of the Nigerian economy which of the following measurers will promote a
    more rapid economic development (A) complete dependence on oil exports (B) concentration on
    agricultural exports (C) diversification of the economy (D)introduction of nuclear energy in Nigeria
    21. The following except ONE, are the differences between international trade and internal trade.
    (A) Differences in currency (B) government control (C) mobility of factors of production (D) exchange of
    goods and services
    22. The central bank instrument of control does NOT include (A) open market operations (B) moral
    suction (C) selective credit control (D) printing banknotes
    23. The basic principle of co-operative societies are those of (A) workers ownership and worker control
    (B) sole proprietorship (C) partnership (D) denying of credit facilities to members
    24. Generally property taxes (A) are borne entirely by landlords (B) cannot be shifted in the long run (C)
    are borne only by renters (D) are born by all (renter, owner-occupiers and landlords)
    25. The population level that yields the maximum output when combined with available resources is
    known as (A) dependent population (B) maximum population(C) active population (D) optimum
    population

 

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