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


Geography is a subject that studies the lands, the features, the inhabitants, and the phenomena of Earth. Many Nigerian secondary school science and social science students offer this subject.

Study the following Geography 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 Geography


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Question 1

Deposition of fine grained sand carried over long distance by wind is known as

Options

A) Chernozem

B) Laterite

C) Loess

D) Podzols

Question 2

The core of the earth is also called ______?

Options

A) Mesosphere

B) Lithosphere

C) Hydrosphere

D) Barysphere

Question 3

Which of the following environmental resources is non-renewable?

Options

A) Rain

B) Minerals

C) Water

D) Oxygen

Question 4

Relief rainfall is common around the

Options

A) Lowland areas

B) Peneplains

C) Highland areas

D) Sahara desert

Question 5

Which of the following features is of volcanic origin?

Options

A) Sill

B) Zeugen

C) Loess

D) Gorge

Question 6

The instrument used for measuring atmospheric pressure is

Options

A) Hygrometer

B) Barometer

C) Thermometer

D) Anemometer

Question 7

The gradual breakdown of rocks in situ by either physical or chemical process is called

Options

A) Erosion

B) Denudation

C) Weathering

D) Deposition

Question 8

The Fourth planet from the sun in the solar system is

Options

A) Mercury

B) Uranus

C) Neptune

D) Mars

Question 9

Which rock type involves stratification?

Options

A) Metamorphic

B) Sedimentary

C) Volcanic

D) Igneous

Question 10

Which type of rainfall occurs when two air masses of different temperatures and other physical properties meet?

Options

A) Orographic rainfall

B) Relief rainfall

C) Cyclonic rainfall

D) Convectional rainfall


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