Home » Past Questions » Biology

Biology Past Questions | JAMB, WAEC, NECO and Post UTME Past Questions

Biology students study life and living organisms. Biology can be divided into different sections that cover the morphology, physiology, anatomy, behaviour, and so on, of living organisms. 

Study the following Biology past questions and answers for JAMB, WAEC, NECO and Post UTME. Prepare yourself with official past questions and answers for your upcoming examinations.

JAMB Syllabus for Biology

Select Exam Body:

Select Exam Year:

Select Page:

Study Mode:

Question 1

Which of the following food substances is digested in the stomach?


A) Carbohydrate

B) Fats and oil

C) Fats and proteins

D) Proteins

E) Carbohydrates and fats

Comments (14)

Question 2

The conversion of excess amino acids into urea occurs in the


A) Kidney

B) pancreas

C) villi

D) liver

E) spleen

Comments (5)

Question 3

For pollination and fruit formation, the essential part(s) of the flower should be the


A) corolla

B) ovary

C) pistil (gynoecium)

D) ovules

E) receptacle

Comments (4)

Question 4

Which one of the following parts of the mammalian body is most closely associated with the production of urine?


A) Malpighian capsule

B) Urinary bladder

C) Ureter

D) Vas deferens

E) Urethra

Comments (6)

Question 5

A potometer is used to determine the rate at which a shoot


A) respires

B) sucks air bubbles

C) loses weight

D) absorbs water

E) transpires

Comments (5)

Question 6

A green plant growing in a compost pit is feeding


A) holozoically

B) parasitically

C) saprophytically

D) holophytically

E) in none of the above ways

Comments (5)

Question 7

The part of the cell solely responsible for respiration is the


A) nucleus

B) nucleolus

C) mitochondria

D) golgi apparatus

E) endoplasmic reticulum

Comments (4)

Question 8

In anaerobic respiration, glucose is converted to one of the following


A) Carbon dioxide and water

B) Carbon dioxide only

C) Carbon dioxide and alcohol

D) Alcohol and water

E) water and acetic acid

Comments (3)

Question 9

During excretion of urea there is also a corresponding re-absorption of water into the blood. This re-absorption takes place in the


A) uriniferous tubules

B) Bowman's capsule

C) glomerulus

D) malpighian capsule

E) renal artery

Comments (5)

Question 10

If the bark and phloem tissue of a woody shoot are peeled off by ringing, the whole plant will eventually die because


A) water does not reach the leaves

B) water and salts remained below the ring portion

C) there is a withdrawal of water from the root by soil

D) manufactured food does not reach the roots

E) the roots store too much water

Comments (4)