UNIABUJA POST-UTME 2006 FOR INTENDING LAW STUDENTS

UNIVERSITY OF ABUJA LAW STUDENTS 2006 POST-UTME 

1. Government refers to all the following except

a. An institution of the state
b. The process of ruling a political community
c. The exercise of power and authority
d. The act of civil disobedience

2. The delegation of administrative powers to local units with a central supervision
and control is called

a. Devolution
b. Decentralization
c. De-compensation
d. Centralization

3. The United Nations(UN) has its headquarters in

a. Britain
b. USSR
c. USA
d. China

4. In which system of government are ceremonial and executive powers combined

a. Parliamentary
b. Federal
c. Presidential
d. Democratic

5. The last colonial governor-general of Nigeria was

a. Dr Nnamdi Azikiwe
b. Oliver Lyttleton
c. Bernard Bourdillion
d. James Robertson

6. The highest court of appeal under the Nigerian Independence constitution was

a. Federal Court of Appeal
b. Sharia Court of Appeal
c. Supreme Court
d. Customary Court of Appeal

7. The 1953 motion that Nigeria should attain self by 1956 was moved by

a. Dr Nnamdi Azikiwe
b. Chief Obafemi Awolowo
c. Chief Anthony Enahoro
d. Sir Ahmadu bello

8. Which of the Following is not a member of OPEC

a. Kuwait
b. Saudi Arabia
c. Nigeria
d. Britain

9. Equilibrium price is determined at a point where

a. Demand is greater than supply
b. Supply is greater than demand
c. Demand is equal to supply
d. Demand elasticity is equal to one

10. The price of good rises from N10 to N15 and the quantity demanded rises from 150 to 2000.
This is an example of

a. Demand theory
b. Abnormal demand
c. Normal demand
d. Perfectly elastic demand

11. In the free market economy, prices are determined by

a. Forces of producers and consumers
b. Forces of Demand and supply
c. Forces of retailers and manufacturers
d. Forces of Financial public Institutions

12. A monopolist is capable of controlling

a. Price only
b. Output only
c. Both price and output
d. Price or output

13. Marginal cost is

a. Addition to the total cost due to 1 unit of production
b. Addition to the total cost due to the total output produced
c. Addition to the total cost due to the total cost of production
d. Addition to the total cost due to the average cost of Production

14. One of the feature of perfect competitive firms is

a. Goods must be heterogeneous
b. Few buyers and many sellers
c. Many buyers and few sellers
d. Goods must be homogenous

15. A change in demand means

a. A movement along the single Demand curve
b. The demand changes and the price changes
c. A shift in the demand curve to either the left or the right
d. A change in demand Elasticity

16. ECOWAS parliament is located in

a. Ghana
b. Togo
c. Guinea
d. Nigeria

17. A nation credit worth is measured by its

a. Volume of crude oil export
b. Gross domestic product
c. Volume of currency produced
d. External receive

18. Who was the midwife of banking consolidation in Nigeria

a. Prof Charles Soludo
b. Federal Ministry of Education
c. Dr Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala
d. Central bank of Nigeria

19. When was the federal capital territory created

a. 1976
b. 1979
c. 1957
d. 1993

20. One of the Following is not a regulatory Body

a. NAFDAC
b. SON (Standard Organization of Nigeria)
c. FERMA
d. NCC (Nigeria communication commission)

21. Which of the following is not an offense

a. Killing an Armed robber who has attacked you
b. Moving accident victims from the accident scene to the hospital without police reports
c. Failing to assist a policeman who is stranded in the highway
d. Failing to report a crime

22. The population density of a country is calculated on the basis of the

a. Number of people living in the country
b. Birth rate and death rate
c. The size of the country in relation to the population
d. Rate of population Increase per year

23. Difference in Elevation between two points on a topography map is known as

a. Vertical scale
b. Vertical Interval
c. Horizontal scale
d. Horizontal Interval

24. The solar Eclipse occurs when

a. The sun obstruct the earth from the moon
b. Sun obstruct the moon from the earth
c. Moon obstruct the earth from the sun
d. Earth obstructs the sun from the moon

25. A volcano is simply defined as

a. Explosion emitting molten rock
b. Flow of molten material after emission
c. Molten rock still within the earth crust
d. Hill formed by material emitted from volcanic eruption

26. A tsunami refers to a gigantic tidal wave which may result from volcanic Eruption. A recent one occurred on

a. 24th September 2004
b. 24th December 2004
c. 24th February 2005
d. 24th March 2005

27. All the following are constituent of soil except

a. Metal
b. Water
c. Micro Organism
d. Parent Rock

28. Which of The following is an anti-graft agency in Nigeria

a. EFCC
b. NAFDAC
c. FERMA
d. NDLEA

29. The difference between the Organization of African Unity and the African Union is

a. OAU is headed by Gaddafi and AU by Olusegun Obasanjo
b. OAU is an organ of colonialism and AU, an organ of Independent African states
c. OAU is a conference of Africans head of government and AU is a Conference of Africans Ministers of Foreign affairs
d. None of the Above

30. In the second republic, Nigeria practiced a system of government known as

a. Presidential
b. Autocratic
c. Parliamentary
d. Monarchical

31. The first military head of state in Nigeria’s politics was

a. Sani Abacha
b. Aguiyi Ironsi
c. Olusegun Obasanjo
d. Obafemi Awolowo

32. The present structure of the federation which has 36 states and a federal capital, came into existence in the year

a. 1991
b. 1992
c. 1995
d. 1996

33. During the colonial period in Nigeria, the cash crops that were produced and marketed include the following except

a. Garlic
b. Groundnut
c. Cocoa
d. Palm oil

34. The trading concern that held brief for the British government between 1886-1999 in the administration of the British sphere of influence was known as

a. Miller brothers
b. Peterson Zochonis
c. John Holt
d. Royal Niger Company

35. In the pre-colonial era, _________ was the mainstay of the Nigerian economy

a. agriculture
b. industrialization
c. mining
d. craft-work

36. The chief law officer of a state is

a. The Police commissioner of the state
b. The Chief Judge
c. The Attorney General
d. The Governor

37. The principal function of a University is to

a. Make profit for government
b. Facilitate private public partnership
c. Groom in character and Erudition
d. Issue certificate of attendance

38. The position which is occupied by an individual in the stratification system in the society is called

a. Role
b. Status
c. Role-set
d. Social Institution

39. One who traces its descendants to the mothers’ side is called

a. Patrilneal
b. Matrilneal
c. Kin
d. Matrilocal and PaTrilocal

40. The following is not a main industrial and commercial crop, grown in Nigeria, except

a. Coffee
b. Tea
c. Wattle
d. Linseed

41. One who kills himself for another is

a. Egoistic suicide
b. Anomic Suicide
c. Altruistic suicide
d. Fatalistic suicide

42. The practice in which a farmer combines the cultivation of crops and feeding of Animals is called

a. Animal Farming
b. Mixed farming
c. Animal husbandry
d. Mixed cropping

43. One of the following is not an importance of Agriculture in Nigeria,

a. Main employer of labor
b. Source of food for people
c. Source of Foreign Exchange
d. A course in the University

44. Which of the following states in Nigeria, is associated with leather works

a. Kwara
b. Kogi
c. Kano
d. Taraba

45. Which of the following states in Nigeria, is associated with wood works

a. Enugu
b. Edo
c. Benue
d. Borno

46. Which of the following Nationalist is regarded as the father of Nigerian Nationalism

a. Nnamdi Azikiwe
b. Herbert Macaulay
c. Obafemi Awolowo
d. Ahmadu Bello

47. Which of the Following best explains why the Europeans conquered Africans

a. European complexion
b. European Superior weapon
c. The Natural African terrain
d. Africans did not resist the European incursion

48. The largest Continent in the world is

a. Asia
b. Africa
c. USA
d. Europe

49. The largest river in Africa is

a. River Niger
b. River Nile
c. River Zambezi
d. River Mississippi

50. One of this is a problem associated with air transport in Nigeria

a. Poor visibility during harmattan
b. High storms in the rainy season
c. High passenger patronage
d. Lack of modern planes

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