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THIRD TERM PROMOTIONAL EXAMINATION 2018 CLASS: PRIMARY 4

ISLAND BUILDERS BAPTIST SCHOOL
(NURSERY & PRIMARY)
15, TAPA STREET, OFF FREEMAN, LAGOS.

THIRD TERM PROMOTIONAL EXAMINATION 2018
CLASS: PRIMARY 4 SUBJECT: AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE
NAME:……………………………………………………………………………………
It is not safe to eat fishes killed with ______________
chemicals (b) fishing net (c) hook and line (d) fishing basket 

Which of the following can be used as bait for fish (a) rat (b) earthworm (c) chicken (d) fish 
On the hook and line, ____ shows if a fish has been caught (a) bait (b) sinker (c) hook (d) line 

All the following farm tools are used for planting seed except ______ 
hoe (b) axe (c) cutlass (d) machete 

The farm tools used for wetting flowers as crops on the farmland is ________ 
watering can (b) wheel barrow (c) head pan (d) spade 

The chemical used to kill weed is known as _____ 
insecticide (b) pesticide (c) herbicide (d) fungicide 

_______ is the uppermost layer of the earth in which plants grow and also where animals live (a) stone (b) rock (c) soil (d) sea 

All the following are reasons why soil loss its nutrient except _____ 
overgrazing (b) clean clearing (c) manuring (d) erosion 

Garri is gotten from processing _______ (a) cassava (b) maize (c) guinea corn (d) yam 
The soil sample that becomes sticky when wet and can be moulded into shape is ________ (a) clay soil (b) sand soil (c) loam soil (d) humus soil 

The planting of different types of crops on a piece of land in a year after year is known as _______ (a) crop rotation (b) bush fallowing (c) afforestation (d) liming 

Which is the best soil for planting in agriculture (a) clayey (b) loamy (c) sandy (d) saw dust 
Eba, fufu are produce of ______ flour (a) yam (b) maize (c) cassava (d) wheat 
A person that grows flower is called a _____ (a) florist (b) farmer (c) gardener (d) floriculture 

Which of the following is pre-planting operation 
land clearing (b) sowing seed (c) watering (d) manuring 

Which of the following farm tools is used for trimming flowers 
hoe (b) shears (c) axe (d) shovel 

_____ are plants growing where they are not planted (a) weeds (b) feeds (c) flowers (d) crops 
There are ____________ types of simple farm tools (a) 2 (b) 3 (c) 5 (d) 8 
The following are ways of caring and maintaining farm tools except _____ (a) keep in a dry, cool place (b) wash the tools after use (c) leave them in the rain (d) repair wornout tools 

Weeds that complete their life cycle in one year is known as ______ 
 (a) perennial weed (b) annual weed (c) biennial weed (d) polynomial weed 
The activities that are done after planting is called ______ (a) pre-planting operation 
(b) planting operation (c) post-planting operation (d) none of the above 

_______ is the application of organic or inorganic manure to improve soil fertility 
mulching (b) manuring (c) staking (d) harvesting 

The crop pest shown below is _______ (a) cricket (b) grasshopper (c) weevil (d) snake 
There are ______ methods of controlling weeds (a) four (b) two (c) five (d) seven 
Which of the following characteristics about weed is not correct? 
(a) some weeds are poisonous (b) many weeds are hosts for disease causing organisms 
(c) weed helps our plant to grow well (d) weeds are stubborn and hardy 

All the following are fishing tools except (a) hook and line (b) basket (c) fishing net (d) rake 

The following are examples of pre-planting operation except ______ 
thinning (b) tilling of the soil (c) making ridges (d) harrowing 

The degree of roughness or fineness of a soil is known as ______ 
weathering (b) structure (c) texture (d) particles 

All of the following are examples of flowering plants except _____ 
hibiscus (b) rose (c) grasses (d) lilly 

The first person whom the finished goods are distributed to is referred to as _____ 
(a) consumers (b) wholesalers (c) retailers (d) manufacturers 
Theory
What are weeds ______________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________
b.) List five examples of weeds 
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________
(c) ________________________________ (d) ________________________________
Mention four simple farm tools under the following:
Animal Tools Crop Tools  
(i) _________________________________ ___________________________________
(ii) _________________________________ ___________________________________
(iii) ________________________________ ___________________________________
(iv) ________________________________ ___________________________________

State the methods of controlling weeds 
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________
(c) ________________________________ (d) ________________________________

Define Soil __________________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________

b) Mention three types of soil (a) ______________ (b) ______________ (c) ________________

What is preservation of farm produce? ____________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________
b.) State two importance of preservation   
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________

ISLAND BUILDERS BAPTIST SCHOOL
(NURSERY & PRIMARY)
15, TAPA STREET, OFF FREEMAN, LAGOS.

THIRD TERM PROMOTIONAL EXAMINATION 2018
CLASS: PRIMARY 4 SUBJECT: BIBLE KNOWLEDGE

NAME:……………………………………………………………………………………
God shows _________ to his people by the way He cares for them, feeds and protects them from danger. (a) anger (b) love (c) bread 

Jesus demonstrated His love to people while He healed ___________ when He and His disciples were leaving the city of Jericho (a) John (b) Bartimaeus (c) Barnabas 

"Jesus, son of David, have mercy on me". Who said this statement? 
Pilate (b) Herod (c) Bartimaeus 

"What do you want me to do for you"? This question was asked by who? 
Bartimaeus (b) Jesus Christ (c) Peter 

The native town of Jesus Christ is _______ (a) Jericho (b) Jerusalem (c) Nazareth 
Bartimaeus the blind called Jesus by His name of His great grandfather which was ______ 
son of Saul (b) son of Daniel (c) son of David 

Zacchaeus by profession was _____ (a) carpenter (b) builder (c) tax collector 
Jesus showed love to Mary Magdalene when He cast out _______ from her 
snake (b) lizard (c) demons 

One of the advantages of showing love to one another is _________ 
it promotes gossip (b) it promotes peaceful living among people (c) it makes us to steal 

Jesus told His disciples that He would send the counselor to them when He left. This counselor means _____ (a) demon (b) ghost (c) the Holy Spirit 

The evidences of the guidance of the Spirit of Jesus are the following except ____ 
 (a) The Holy Spirit chose Paul and Barnabas (b) fighting and gossiping among the brethren 
 (c) the Holy Spirit led Paul and Barnabas to Macedonia 

"Set apart for me Barnabas and Paul for the work to which I have called them". This statement was said by who? (a) Lucia (b) Simeon (c) Holy Spirit 

The statement in question 12 was said to ________ 
the Pharises (b) The Seducees (c) The disciples of Jesus Christ 

The Holy Spirit gave Philip ________ to go and preach the word of God in Samaria 
bread (b) money (c) wisdom 

Many people in Samaria were _______ when they heard the word of God. 
lost (b) converted (c) fell 

Simeon was among the people that were converted after hearing the preaching of Philip. By profession Simeon was ______ (a) an engineer (b) magician (c) a doctor 

Peter and John were also sent to Samaria by the Church in Jerusalem. They prayed for the Samaritans and laid hands on them, and the people received _______ 
the Spirit of death (b) the Holy Spirit (c) the Spirit of lesbianism 


Philip also preached the word of God to ______
en Egyptian man (b) an Ethiopian eunuch (c) a Samaritan man 

Philip preached to the Ethiopian eunuch and was converted and was also ____ 
beaten black and blue (b) baptized (c) taken to prison 

The gift of the Holy Spirit are the following except ______ 
the gift of healing (b) the gift of working miracles (c) the gift of gossiping 

One of the roles of Holy Spirit is the following except _____ (a) it helps to build of faith 
it tells the Christians the things to come (c) it causes us to be very angry 

The fruits of the Holy Spirit are the following except _______ (a) love (b) peace (c) pride 
The term "New Life" means ______ (a) desire to do what we like (b) changing from our old ways of life and start to lead a good life (c) worshipping the moon and sun 

Evidence of a new life is _______ (a) fighting in the neighbourhood (b) killing innocent people (c) change in the way we behave, talk, dress and desire for the things of God 

A ___________ demonstrated the evidence of a new life when Paul and Silas came to Philippi to preach (a) thief (b) prophet (c) jailer 

'Do yourself no harm, for we are all here'. This statement was said by who?' 
(a) police monitoring Paul and Silas (b) Paul (c) Jesus Christ 

'Sir, what must I do to be saved'. Who asked this question? 
the thief on the cross (b) the jailer (c) Zacchaeus 

The response of questions 27 to the man was _____ 
(a) believe in the god of ogun and you will be saved (b) believe in the god of thunder and you will be saved (c) believe in the Lord Jesus and you will be saved 

The following are the purpose of God's call except _____ 
(a) God calls us to obey Him (b) God calls us to mock Him (c) God calls us to serve Him 
These are the ways through which God calls us except ______ (a) through dreams and vision (b) through revelation and prophecy (c) through lying and fornicating 
 
Section B: Theory
Mention four ways in which God shows love to His people  
b.) List four people Jesus demonstrated His love to  

State two advantages of showing love to one another 
b.) What was the request of Bartimaeus the blind?  

List four gifts of the Holy Spirit 
b.) State two roles of the Holy Spirit in guiding a Christian  

List five fruit of the Holy Spirit  
b.) What is Act 1: 8 says: 

State five characteristics of a new life in Christ  



ISLAND BUILDERS BAPTIST SCHOOL
(NURSERY & PRIMARY)
15, TAPA STREET, OFF FREEMAN, LAGOS.

THIRD TERM PROMOTIONAL EXAMINATION 2018
CLASS: PRIMARY 4 SUBJECT: ENGLISH LANGUAGE

NAME:……………………………………………………………………………………
Read and answer the following questions 
Each questions carries equal mark  
Comprehension
Many years ago, the sun and the water were great friends and they both lived on the earth. The sun used to visit the water very often but the water never returned the visits. At last, the sun asked the water why he never visited him. The water replied that the sun's house was not big enough and that if he came with all his people, he would drive the sun out of his home. 
The water said, "if you want me to visit you, you will have to build a very large house. But I warn you that it will have to be very large, as my people are numerous and take up lots of rooms". The sun promised to build a very large house. Soon afterwards, he returned home to his wife, the moon. She greeted him with a broad smile. Then the sun told her what he had promised the water. 
The next day, they began building a large house to entertain the water and all his entourage. When it was completed, the sun asked the water to come and visit him.
When the water arrived, one of his people called the sun and asked him whether it would be safe for the water to enter. The sun said, "yes, tell my friend to come in". 
The water began to flow in, followed by the fish and all the other water animals. Not long after, the water was knee-deep in the house, he asked the sun if it was still safe, and the sun again said, "yes". So, more of them came in. 
When the water was at the level of man's head, the water asked the sun, "Do you want more of the people to come in?" Not knowing what else to say, the sun and the moon both said "yes". More and more of the water's people came in until the sun and the moon had to sit on top of the roof. 
The water once again asked the sun if it was still okay to keep coming in. The sun and the moon answered, "yes". So, more and more of the water's people came in. The water soon overflowed the top of the roof. The sun and the moon were forced to go up into the sky. They have been there ever since.
  
Answer these questions:
Who was the sun's friend? _____________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________

Where did the sun and his friend live? ____________________________________________ 
 ___________________________________________________________________________

Who never returned his friend's visit? ____________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________

Which type of house did the sun promised to build? _________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________

Who was the sun's wife? _______________________________________________________
Write out two types of people that came with water? _________________________________

How many times was water asked if it would be safe for the sun to come into his house? 
___________________________________________________________________________

Who asked the first time? ______________________________________________________

Who asked the third time? ______________________________________________________

Find a suitable title or heading for the passage _____________________________________

Section B: English Grammar
For each question choose the best answer from the options given  

I usually read _____________ newspaper before I take my breakfast (a) an (b) a (c) the (d) on 
This table is at least _______________ metre long. (a) the (b) of (c) a (d) an 
Can you see __________ river from here? (a) an (b) the (c) a (d) of 
African is not _____________ easy language to learn (a) by (b) an (c) a (d) of 
With your results, you can apply to ___________ oxford university (a) a (b) an (c) the (d) by 
______________ Idowu and Alaba are friends of mine (a) both (b) either (c) but (d) therefore
I was fast asleep ___________ the telephone rang (a) because (b) when (c) unless (d) so 
My neighbor is strict _________ she is kind (a) and (b) so (c) but (d) therefore 
I will ask ____________ Tunde or Tayo to give me a life home today 
(a) neither (b) both (c) either (d) also 
The children were extremely rude, _______ they were punished (a) so (b) and (c) but (d) after 
There is some mud __________ your shoes (a) at (b) over (c) in (d) on 
Who sits __________ my sister in class? (a) beside (b) over (c) besides (d) next 
Everyone is _________ class already (a) in (b) on (c) near (d) away 
I have given you note __________ dad (a) to (b) from (c) with (d) off 
The dismissal bell rings ___________ a few minutes (a) at (b) in (c) for (d) by 
I need to make some tea. There isn't _________ left in the pot 
(a) much (b) many (c) a little (d) a few 
What is the name of the ________ member of your family 
(a) old (b) older (c) oldest (d) most oldest 
I'm on my way to the post office to buy ______ stamps (a) any (b) some (c) plenty (d) one 
I'm still hungry. May I have some _______ rice, please? (a) few (b) many (c) more (d) much 
Seeing a ghost can be quite a _____ experience (a) terror (b) terrify (c) terrifying (d) terrified 
The dress _____ I bought yesterday was very expensive (a) who (b) whom (c) whose (d) that 
The pupils ____________ the headmistress punished were caught playing truant 
(a) who (b) whom (c) that (d) whose 
The rumour _______ we heard just now cannot be true (a) who (b) whom (c) that (d) whose 

The car _______ my grandfather owns is extremely old (a) who (b) whom (c) that (d) whose 
The food ___ we were served at the party was delicious (a) who (b) whom (c) that (d) whose 
The stray dog _________ ate the food that I gave (a) greedy (b) greed (c) greeder (d) greedily 
My bachelor uncle _____________ got married last week 
I did much ____________ in my history than in my geography this semester 
(a) good (b) better (c) more better (d) best 
He is very lazy. He _______ lay hands in his assignments 
(a) always (b) faithfully (c) often (d) rarely 
The prince and princess lived _________________ together for the rest of their lives 
(a) happy (b) happier (c) happily (d) happiness 
Bola ____________ are the children laughing so loudly? Sola: They are being entertained by a clown (a) why (b) where (c) how (d) when 

We left school ___________ to get home before we were caught in a traffic jam 
 (a) by a hurry (b) to a hurry (c) in a hurry (d) for a hurry 
That little boy looks ___________ he has not eaten a proper meal for days 
(a) as if (b) until (c) because (d) so that 
Literature: The Amazing River 
What was the name of Adesewa's village? (a) papa (b) igbodilu (c) oba (d) adesewa 
What kind of farming did her parents practice? 
(a) commercial farming (b) subsistence farming (c) air farming (d) harrowing farming 
What happened the next morning when Adesewa took her parents to where the river was? 
(a) the river was there (b) the river was nowhere to be found (c) the river had shifted to the middle of the forest (d) they find the river in their house 

In Adesewa's village and neighbourhood, yam was regarded as ___________ 
(a) ordinary food (b) king of crops (c) only one food (d) common crop 
What news did the kings hear? _______ (a) about the sickness of his son 
(b) about Adesewa's father's wealth (c) about king son's wealth (d) about Igbodilu's war
What was bothering the king? (a) Adesewa father's wealth (b) His son's sickness
 (c) Igbodilu's war (d) Igbodilu's market 
What was the name of king's son? (a) Prince Adedibu (b) Prince Adedigba (c) Prince Adeola (d) Prince Adesewa

Section C: English Composition
Instruction: Choose or answer anyone in all (10marks only) 
Write an expository composition on any of the following 
My favourite pet 
The solar system 
Farming
Yoruba Traditional wedding 


ISLAND BUILDERS BAPTIST SCHOOL
(NURSERY & PRIMARY)
15, TAPA STREET, OFF FREEMAN, LAGOS.

THIRD TERM PROMOTIONAL EXAMINATION 2018
CLASS: PRIMARY 4 SUBJECT: VERBAL REASONING
NAME:……………………………………………………………………………………
Answer all questions in this section 
Group Names: Choose the group name on each question 
Examples: yam cocoa rice beans mars pluto earth venus  
  Gun, Food = Food Cities, Planets = Planet
apple orange pawpaw grape (6.) mahogany iroko birch cedar
    Fruits | Benches = ____________ Diseases | Trees = ___________
Lagos Niger Abia Adamawa (7.) Man Dog Monkey Sheep
   Capitals | States = ____________ Mammals | Reptiles = ___________
Wheat rice millet maize (8.) Copper lead silver iron
  Cereal | Ruler = ____________ Planets | Metals = ___________
Tetanus malaria Measles (9.) hot cold warm humid
  Flakes | Diseases = ____________ Tape | Temperature = ___________
circle rectangle square (10.) King Emperor President
  Shapes | Colours = ____________ Ruler | Food = ___________
Derivations: Add the correct prefix to these root words  
Example: 





11.) (12.)



13.) (14.)




15.) (16.)



17.) (18.)



19.) (20.)


Adding a suffix to a root word  
Examples: Courage Mystery 

21.) Nerve (22.) Poison 


23.) Polygamy (24.) Ridicule 


25.) Space

Spellings 
Re-arranging letters to form a correct word
Example: Having an attractive colour (ocolrunfll) = Colourful 
  You write with it (epcnli) = pencil 

26.) Plays and entertainment are performed in it (hteater) ___________________
27.) In charge of a garden (agdrnere) ___________________
28.) A _______________ steals (ubgralr)
29.) He makes shoes (ocbberl) ________________
30.) He carves wood, stone, clay etc (cslutpro) ________________



ISLAND BUILDERS BAPTIST SCHOOL
(NURSERY & PRIMARY)
15, TAPA STREET, OFF FREEMAN, LAGOS.

THIRD TERM PROMOTIONAL EXAMINATION 2018
CLASS: PRIMARY 4 SUBJECT: CREATIVE ARTS
NAME:……………………………………………………………………………………
Visual art can be divided into ____ and ____ art (a) fine and applied 
(b) music and drawing (c) painting and modeling (d) sculpture and graphics 

The following are primary colours except _____ (a) red (b) blue (c) orange (d) yellow 
Paper mache is prepared by mixing ______ and _____ (a) saw dust and gum (b) clay and gum (c) pulp paper and starch (d) paper and cement 

Mixture of red and blue colour gives ____ colour (a) green (b) orange (c) purple (d) black 
Which one of the following is literary art (a) sculpture (b) poetry (c) drawing (d) painting 

The rainbow has ______ colours (a) five (b) seven (c) twelve (d) three 
_____________ is the art of expressing an idea on canvas, paper or wall 
drawing (b) painting (c) colouring (d) carving 

The drawing of living things is known as __________________ 
life drawing (b) outdoor drawing (c) still-life drawing (d) nature drawing 

Which of the following is not used as an instrument for drawing 
chisel (b) pencil (c) pen (d) ruler 

The type of shading shown below is known as ________ 
cross-hatching (b) pointillism (c) broken-cross hatching (d) blurring 

Which of these group of colour contain the primary colour 
red, blue, orange (b) red, green, yellow (c) red, blue, yellow (d) yellow, blue, purple 

The use of clay to make object similar to the original object is called ______ 
(a) papier mache (b) collage (c) moulding (d) modeling 

Use the diagram below to answer question 13 – 15 





From the figure above 'X' represents __________ (a) shadow (b) shade (c) light 
From the diagram above 'y' represents (a) shadow (b) shade (c) light 
From the object above 'z' represents (a) shadow (b) shade (c) light 
The type of shading indicated below is known as _________ 
blurring (b) pointillism (c) cross hatching (d) broken cross-hatching 

Art can broadly be divided into two namely 
visual and non-visual (b) fine and applied (c) literary and creative (d) drawing and music 

The following materials are needed to make collage except ____ 
pencil (b) cardboard (c) water colour (d) coloured paper 

Which of the following is not a musical instruments 
guitar (b) screw driver (c) flute (d) drum set 

Whose portrait is on the one hundred naira note 
(a) Muritala Mohammed (b) Obafemi Awolowo (c) Nnamdi Azikwe (d) Amadu Bello 

Section B: Theory
Mention materials needed to make collage 
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________
(c) ________________________________ (d) ________________________________

To perform leaf print, the following materials are required 
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________
(c) ________________________________ (d) ________________________________

Draw an umbrella and shade using blurring 
Draw a big-house and colour it with any pattern or design of your choice 
Write out eight (8) musical instrument 
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________
(c) ________________________________ (d) ________________________________
(e) ________________________________ (f) ________________________________
(g) ________________________________ (h) ________________________________



ISLAND BUILDERS BAPTIST SCHOOL
(NURSERY & PRIMARY)
15, TAPA STREET, OFF FREEMAN, LAGOS.

THIRD TERM PROMOTIONAL EXAMINATION 2018
CLASS: PRIMARY 4 SUBJECT: VOCATIONAL APTITUDE
NAME:……………………………………………………………………………………
__________ is that aspect of agriculture which deals with the art of rearing fishes 
road farming (b) fish farming (c) dog farming 

Fishes may also be reared in the house using a glass or plastic-constructed house known as_____ (a) pond (b) aquarium (c) room 

A small fish is called ____ (a) cat fish (b) fry (c) grown fish 
A growing fish which is used to stock a pond is called ____ 
electric fish (b) aquarium fish (c) finger lings 

The rearing of aquatic or water animals like shrimps, crabs, prawn, fish etc is known as _____ (a) zoo (b) aquaculture (c) aquarium 

Fish net, fish hook, fish rod and fish line are tools for _____ 
games reserve (b) fish farming (c) elephant hunting 

________ is a course of study that enables a person to be useful in home and to the society at large (a) civic education (b) hunting (c) home-economics 

________ can be studied under home economics (a) hunting (b) slavery (c) cookery 
__________ is the book in which instructions on cooking and how to cook individual dishes (a) mathematics book (b) cookery book (c) theology book 

A good cook must be _____ in cooking (a) rough (b) neat (c) proud 
____________ is an activity being done by a person known as welder 
mechanical engineer (b) welding (c) tailoring 

Hammer, gas cylinder, helmet bench vice, hack saw etc are tools used by a _______ 
tailor (b) dry cleaner (c) welder 

Welding is done in a ____________ (a) school (b) bedroom (c) workshop 
The person that weld is called _______ (a) tailor (b) barber (c) welder 
The mixture of oxygen and acetylene gas formed ________ 
(a) gold (b) flavor (c) oxyacetylene flame 
_________ is a job which protects the interest or status of people and country at large 
wood work (b) water work (c) security work 

___________ check illegal movement of goods and services of people to and from a certain country (a) Odua People's Congress (b) Ohaneze Ndigbo (c) the customs or immigration 

The full meaning of NDA is ____ 
Niger Direct Agency (b) Nigeria Defence Academy (c) Niger Delta Association 

The police force ensures security by enforcing ______ in the society 
crime (b) law (c) bribery and corruption 

The _______ fights on the sea (a) Nigerian welder (b) Nigerian doctor (c) Nigerian Navy 

The major weapon used by the Nigerian army is ______ (a) cutlass (b) catapult (c) gun 
The __________ fights on land (a) Nigerian swimmer (b) Nigerian pilot (c) Nigerian soldier 
The _______ fights on the air (a) Nigerian smuggler (b) Nigerian actor (c) Nigerian Air Force 
Can a woman join police force? (a) no (b) yes (c) not yet 
Can a woman join Nigerian army? (a) no (b) yes (c) not yet 
Workers are those engaged in activity which brings _________ and _______ to them 
bribery and corruption (b) money and satisfaction (c) pests and diseases 

The job of a lumberman is _______ 
cooking in a restaurant (b) repairing and making wooden handles (c) cutting down of trees 

Cooking in restaurant or hotel is the work of a ____________ (a) farmer (b) plumber (c) chef 
Getting coal from the ground is a job of a __________ (a) potter (b) miner (c) painter 
___________ flame is the gas being used as welding gas and it is a mixture of oxygen and acetylene gas (a) oxygen (b) acetylene (c) oxyacetylene 

Section B: Theory
What is fish farming? ________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________
b.) Mention four fishing tools  
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________
(c) ________________________________ (d) ________________________________

What is home economics ______________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________

b.) (i) What is cookery? ___________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________

(ii) Mention four equipments used in cookery  
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________
(c) ________________________________ (d) ________________________________

3.) List three types of welding (a) ________________________________
(b) ________________________________ (c) ________________________________ 

b.) List two elements of oxyacetylene  
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________

4.) Mention at least five tools of a welding work  
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________
(c) ________________________________ (d) ________________________________
(e) ________________________________

5.) Mention the three security jobs (a) ________________________________
(b) ________________________________ (c) ________________________________ 

b.) List three divisions of the military (a) ________________________________
(b) ________________________________ (c) ________________________________

ISLAND BUILDERS BAPTIST SCHOOL
(NURSERY & PRIMARY)
15, TAPA STREET, OFF FREEMAN, LAGOS.

THIRD TERM PROMOTIONAL EXAMINATION 2018
CLASS: PRIMARY 4 SUBJECT: BASIC SCIENCE
NAME:……………………………………………………………………………………
Instruction: From the options lettered a – d choose the one that is most suitable to fill in the gaps 

The coldness and hotness of an object or body is called _______ 
temperature (b) Humidity (c) pressure (d) rainfall

___________ is the use of scientific knowledge to design and make products which makes work easier (a) technology (b) communication (c) statistic (d) survey 

Which of the following instrument is used for cutting wood 
scissors (b) handsaw (c) razor blade (d) snips 

______________ is used for joining two metals together in shape construction 
welding machine (b) cellotape (c) glue (d) nail 

Which of these is not an ICT gadget (a) computer (b) cell phone (c) radio (d) town crier 

Ability to do work is known as ___________ (a) energy (b) power (c) rest (d) workdone 
______________ is the treatment given to an injured person before the arrival of a doctor 
(a) last aid (b) first aid (c) HIV/Aids (d) self aid 

A trained person in a university that gives medical treatment to sick people is called a/an____________ (a) engineer (b) doctor (c) lawyer (d) teacher 

The _____________ is the primary source of energy (a) sun (b) wind (c) rock (d) water 

The following are digital system used for ICT except ________ (a) calculator (b) wrist watch (c) school bell (d) cell phone 

There are _____________ forms of energy (a) two (b) eight (c) three (d) five 

Cement , blocks and roofing sheets are used for building ________ (a) bungalow (b) poultry (c) hut (d) cage 

There are ___________ types of teeth (a) 2 (b) 4 (c) 3 (d) 7 

The classes of food that builds and repairs worn out cells and tissues is ______ (a) proteins (b) carbohydrates (c) vitamins (d) minerals 

_______ is the upward movement of water from the earth surface to the cloud with the help of heat (a) condensation (b) crystallization (c) evaporation (d) filtration 

Fossil fuels are also sources of energy (a) true (b) false (c) maybe (d) not sure 

Which of these animal is used for carrying load on the farmland? 
 (a) dog (b) rabbit (c) donkey (d) bird 

Yam, cassava, cocoyam and sweet potato are food that __________ the body 
(a) gives energy to (b) builds (c) protects (d) supplies growth to 

Vegetables and fruits supplies the body with _______ 
(a) fats and oil (b) carbohydrate (c) vitamins (d) protein 




An instrument used for measuring wind speed is ____________ 
(a) rainguage (b) thermometer (c) barometer (d) anemometer

Harmful foods can cause the following except ______ 
(a) promote good health (b) stomach upset (c) dysentery (d) lead to death 

The ______ help to mix the food with saliva and roll it into ball-like structure 
(a) lip (b) tongue (c) teeth (d) gum 

The type of teeth used for tearing is ___________ 
(a) incisors (b) molar (c) canines (d) pre-molar 

ICT simple means _______________ (a) island care technology (b) Internet Creative Technology (c) Information Communication Technology (d) International Coaching Team 

There are basically _______ types of change (a) two (b) four (c) three (d) five 

An analogue systems uses __________ to represent information with a physical quantity that changes continuously (a) digit (b) signal (c) number (d) figure 

Which of these is not a property of plastics (a) they are generally heavy and sink in water (b) they do not allow electricity to pass through them (c) they do not rust (d) they are generally light in weight and can float on water 

In shape construction, the following can be used to join paper or cardboard to form basic shapes except ________ (a) adhesive (b) nail (c) gum (d) cellotape 

Shapes can be constructed using _______ methods (a) one (b) two (c) four (d) six 

Houses made with mud and thatch roofs are called ______ 
 (a) huts (b) duplex (c) storey building (d) bungalow 

Section B:
1.) List five materials used in ICT
b.) What is energy?  

2.) Name five types of building that you know
b.) List five different types of materials used for building 
3.) Give three examples of the following
(i) Cutting Tools: _________________, _________________, __________________
(ii) Joining Tools: __________________, __________________, __________________

4.) Define technology? 
b.) Mention six different products of technology 

5.) State three forms of energy 
b.) State two differences between metals and plastics  
Metals Plastics 
(i) _________________________________ ___________________________________
(ii) _________________________________ ___________________________________





ISLAND BUILDERS BAPTIST SCHOOL
(NURSERY & PRIMARY)
15, TAPA STREET, OFF FREEMAN, LAGOS.

THIRD TERM PROMOTIONAL EXAMINATION 2018
CLASS: PRIMARY 4 SUBJECT: HOME ECONOMICS
NAME:……………………………………………………………………………………
__________ is the fastening of cloth, leather, furs, bark or other flexible materials using needles and thread (a) clapping (b) laughing (c) sewing or stitches 

The two categories of stitches are _____ and _____ 
long/short (b) wide/narrow (c) temporary/permanent 

The two processing stitches are 
tacking/back stitches (b) wide/narrow stitches (c) small and big stitches 

Temporary stitches help to ____ the edges of a dress until the permanent stitch is applied 
carry up (b) hem down (c) take down 

Once the permanent stitch is applied, you can remove the temporary one 
yes (b) no (c) all of the above 

Decorative stitches add _______ to the dress or material (a) pains (b) beauty (c) love 
A _______ is a method used in joining two or more pieces of materials together firmly 
button (b) seam (c) blanket 

The most basic and easiest seam is _______ 
French seam (b) run and fell seam (c) plain or open seam 

The rules to observe when making seams are the following except _____ (a) choose the correct seam for the work (b) cut or break the seam into pieces (c) use the correct needle 

______ is used on sport wear and simple reversible garment 
run and fell seam (b) plain/open seam (c) French seam

Run and fell seam is suitable for ________ clothing (a) adults (b) teenager's (c) childrens 
____ is also known as crochet stitch (a) herringbone stitch (b) blanket stitch (c) fabric stitch 
________ are things that belong to you alone 
general belongings (b) personal belongings (c) state belongings 

Body building foods are also known as ______ (a) rice (b) proteins (c) category food 
Carbohydrate is also known as ______ 
(a) body building food (b) energy giving food (c) junk foods 
Vitamins and minerals is also known as ________ 
(a) energy giving foods (b) body building food (c) body protectors 
_______ are the materials found in varying quantities in the foods that we eat 
minerals (b) energy (c) nutrients 

Protein foods help to build muscles and tissues of the body (a) no (b) yes (c) no and yes 
_______ are drinks made from fruit extracts (a) coconut (b) sardine (c) fruit drinks 
__________ is the main room in the house (a) back room (b) sitting room (c) front room 
Cars are kept in _______ (a) sitting room (b) garage (c) store 

When our environment is clean, we are protected from ______ 
water (b) disease carrying organisms (c) sun 

Where we read and study our books is called _____ (a) store room (b) toilet (c) study room 
_______, when taken ensure that our stomachs are not empty 
(a) main meal (b) snacks and fruit drinks (c) stone and water 
Corn, rice, wheat, sorghum millet are also known as ______ (a) nuts (b) grains (c) pulses 
Okro, spinach (tete) bitter leaf (ewuro), water leaf, carrot, pepper are known as _____ 
(a) fruits (b) beverages (c) vegetables 
Washing, drying and ironing our clothes prevents us from _____ 
accident (b) diseases (c) food 

Money, sex, age and size are factors of choosing ___ (a) cars (b) food (c) personal belongings 
Cocoa, drinks, tea, coffee, fruit juice are examples of ______ 
carbohydrates (b) lunch (c) beverages 

Slice bread, margarine, eggs, sardine and tomatoes are ingredients for _____ 
(a) fruit drinks (b) sandwiches (c) bulky food  

Section B:
What are sewing or stitches? ____________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________

b.) List two materials for stitches or sewing 
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________

Name two basic stitches 
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________

b.) Name three simple decorative stitches (a) ________________________________
(b) ________________________________ (c) ________________________________ 

What is a seam? ______________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________

b.) List three types of seams (a) ________________________________
(b) ________________________________ (c) ________________________________  
Mention four tools for sewing  
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________
(c) ________________________________ (d) ________________________________

b.) State the uses of the tools you have mentioned 
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________

State two uses of seams  
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________

b.) Write short note on the following 
(i) Plain/open seam ______________________________________________________________
(ii) Run and fell seam ____________________________________________________________

ISLAND BUILDERS BAPTIST SCHOOL
(NURSERY & PRIMARY)
15, TAPA STREET, OFF FREEMAN, LAGOS.

THIRD TERM PROMOTIONAL EXAMINATION 2018
CLASS: PRIMARY 4 SUBJECT: SOCIAL STUDIES
NAME:……………………………………………………………………………………
The release of harmful substances to the environment is known as ___________  
population (b) pollution (c) political (d) practical 

One of the following is a reason why people work (a) to fall sick and die (b) to earn a living and be comfortable (c) to fight and quarrel (d) none of the above 

The use of drugs without doctor's prescription is known as ___________ 
drug abuse (b) drug addiction (c) drug perfection (d) drug smuggling 

_____________ is the means of exchanging information between two or more people 
communication (b) communalism (c) concentration (d) construction 

First aid is the treatment given to a/an ___________ person before the arrival of a doctor 
lazy (b) dead (c) injured (d) strong 

The agency responsible for arrest and punishing drug users in Nigeria is _____ 
(a) Nigeria Police Force (b) Federal Road Safety Corps 
(c) Nigeria Drug Law Enforcement Agency (d) National Orientation Agency 

When people share responsibilities among themselves in order to accomplish a given task is known as _________ (a) division of labour (b) division of money (c) division of food 
(d) division of land 

There are ____ types of pollution (a) three (b) five (c) two (d) four 
Which of the following is a modern way of saving money (a) bank (b) ajo (c) osusu (d) box 
Road signs help to control ____________ (a) traffic (b) people (c) ghost (d) motor bike 
The federal government is the ___ level of government (a) second (b) fourth (c) first (d) third 
Which of the following agencies control and prosecute traffic and road offenders in Lagos State? (a) FRSC (b) LASTMA (c) LAWMA (d) LASAA 

All the following are modern means of communication except _____ 
television (b) bill board (c) town crier (d) radio 

Which of the following is not an example of hard drugs 
paracetamol (b) heroine (c) cocaine (d) cannabis 

Then agency in charge of waste in Lagos State is __________ 
LASTMA (b) LAWMA (c) LASAA (d) LAMATA 

Water pollution can cause ____ in humans (a) deafness (b) blindness (c) asthma (d) dysentery 
_______________ is the carrying and smuggling of drugs across the borders
drug trafficking (b) dug selling (c) drug production (d) drug transportation 

Noise pollution can lead to deafness (a) true (b) false (c) maybe (d) none of the above 
Taking hard rugs can cause the following except ______ 
good health (b) serious diseases (c) death grow wild 

What is the highest court in Nigeria 
appeal court (b) supreme court (c) magistrate court (d) federal high court 

Who makes the laws of our country (a) judiciary (b) legislative (c) executive (d) people 
The house of representatives together with the Senate make up the ______ (a) National Organization (b) National Orientation (c) National Conglomerate (d) National Orientation 

The Senate President of Nigeria is ______ (a) Senator Olubukola Saraki
 (b) Senator Mohammed Buhari (c) Senator Aliko Dangote (d) Senator Oluremi Tinubu 

The head of the senate is called _______ 
Senate President (b) Speaker of the House of Representatives (c) Chairman (d) Governor 

Nigeria's major source of income is ______ (a) diamond (b) oil (c) tin (d) gold 
Which of these food crop is not grown in Nigeria? 
beans (b) plantain (c) yam (d) strawberries 

The valuables in their natural form such as minerals, water, energy, land are called ____ 
natural resources (b) natural disaster (c) national cake (d) artificial resources 

___________ is a means of keeping, guarding or protecting something in its natural state 
consumption (b) conservation (c) conduction (d) consideration 

A family that consist of father, mother and children only is known as _____ 
extended family (b) nuclear family (c) family friend (d) united family 

A type of marriage where by a man marries only one wife is called ______ 
(a) monogamy (b) polyandry (c) polygamy (d) polygyny 
 
Section B
What is drug abuse? __________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________
b.) Mention three (3) commonly abused drugs  

What is communication? _______________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________
b.) Give three (3) examples of modern means of communication  

What is pollution? ___________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________
b.) Mention four types of pollution  

Mention four agencies that promotes the social well being of the youth   
   Governmental Organization Non-governmental Organization  
(i) _________________________________ ___________________________________
(ii) _________________________________ ___________________________________
(iii) ________________________________ ___________________________________
(iv) ________________________________ ___________________________________

What is first aid treatment? _____________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________

b.) List four items found in a first aid box?

ISLAND BUILDERS BAPTIST SCHOOL
(NURSERY & PRIMARY)
15, TAPA STREET, OFF FREEMAN, LAGOS.

THIRD TERM PROMOTIONAL EXAMINATION 2018
CLASS: PRIMARY 4 SUBJECT: CIVIC EDUCATION
NAME:……………………………………………………………………………………
A citizen must pay his/her ____ and other rates (a) food (b) rent (c) tax 

One of the reasons for obeying traffic regulations is _____ (a) to play on the road 
(b) to organize party on the road (c) To prevent accident that may occur 

The inability to read and write is called ______ (a) literacy (b) illiteracy (c) literature  

There are _____ major ethnic group in Nigeria (a) nine (b) three (c) five  

Traditional leaders in Hausa land is called ____ (a) Oba (b) Emir (c) Igwe  

The second arm of government is the _____ government (a) Federal (b) national (c) state 

The red traffic light signifies ____ while the green means go (a) get ready (b) stop (c) fly 

The local government is headed by the _____ (a) chairman (b) president (c) governor 

A religious leader is the head of a _____ (a) school (b) community (c) church/mosque

_____ is a form of government in which the noble rules for the benefit of all 
(a) monarchy (b) aristocracy (c) feudalism 

One of the following is not a cause of road accident (a) reckless driving (b) bad road 
(c) obeying traffic rules 

A citizen is a person who owes his/her loyalty to a _____ (a) village (b) country (c) family 

A cross is a sign of a church as a crescent indicates a/an __ (a) school (b) hospital (c) mosque  

The governor of Lagos State is ____ (a) Babatunde Raji Fashola (b) Akinwunmi Ambode 
(c) Bola Ahmed Tinubu  

In Nigeria, there are more than ____ ethnic groups (a) 250 (b) 500 (c) 750 

_____ is the capital of Delta State (a) Owerri (b) Asaba (c) Awka

In Lagos State, the agency that enforce traffic rules and regulations is ____ (a) LAWMA 
(b) LASTMA (c) LASEPA

The _____ is the point where pedestrians are allowed to cross the road (a) T-junction 
(b) U-turn (c) Zebra crossing  

A wig is worn by which of the following worker (a) Doctor (b) Lawyer (c) Banker 

One of the following is not the responsibilities of constituted authorities (a) maintenance of law and order (b) loss of lives and properties (c) provision of social amenities  

Which of these clothes is worn during hot season (a) jackets (b) cotton (c) cardigans 

All the following are reasons for wearing clothes except ____ 
(a) attraction (b) identify (c) make us naked 

The symbols of a cross and a crescent shows that the building is a _____ and _____ 
(a) shop and house (b) church and mosque (c) hospitals and schools 



______ is where a road joins another forming a letter like "T" 
(a) U junction (b) T-junction (c) bus stop 

We must learn to say ____ when given gift by our elders 
(a) pardon me (b) leave me alone (c) thank you  

Positive value _____ our society (a) build (b) damage (c) abuse 

There are ____ types of values (a) 6 (b) 2 (c) 5 

A foreigner is a person who is ____ (a) given birth to in a bush 
(b) is given birth to in the hospital (c) is not given birth to in a country he/she resides

The following are examples of social amenities provided by constituted authorities except____ (a) road (b) hospital (c) school  

The state government provides job for the people by establishing industries 
(a) Yes (b) No (c) May be  

Section B
Who is a citizen _____________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________

b.) State three duties of a citizen 
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________
(c) ________________________________ 

What is traffic regulation _______________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________

b.) List three importance of traffic road signs 
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________
(c) ________________________________ 

What is constituted authorities __________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________

b.) State three responsibilities of constituted authorities to their citizens 
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________
(c) ________________________________ 

List two ways of keeping fit 
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________

b.) Mention three agencies that enforces traffic rules 
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________
(c) ________________________________ 


ISLAND BUILDERS BAPTIST SCHOOL
(NURSERY & PRIMARY)
15, TAPA STREET, OFF FREEMAN, LAGOS.

THIRD TERM PROMOTIONAL EXAMINATION 2018
CLASS: PRIMARY 4 SUBJECT: MATHEMATICS
NAME:……………………………………………………………………………………
If a bag of rice weighs 45.25kg. Find the weight of 18 bags? 
814.50kg (b) 614.50kg (c) 418.00kg (d) 415.60kg
 
What is the sum of 3hrs 39mins and 4hrs 38mins? 
(a) 1hr 01min (b) 8hrs 17mins (c) 7hrs 77mins (d) 8hrs 77mins 

Add 27kg 50g, 2kg 325g and 20kg 160g 
(a) 70kg 953g (b) 49kg 535g (c) 61kg 153g (d) 55kg 735g  

Write 175m in decimal of kilometers (a) 00.175km (b) 0.175km (c) 0.0175km (d) 0.00175km
How many seconds are there in 17minutes 38seconds? 
1058seconds (b) 1020seconds (c) 115seconds (d) 1798seconds 

A piece of plank is 114.2m. What is the total length of 8pieces of such plank? 
114.2m (b) 913.6m (c) 115.0m (d) 14.2m 

Five spades weigh 27kg 500g. Find the weight of one spade. 
5kg 500g (b) 137kg 500g (c) 32kg 500g (d) 22kg 500g 

How many minutes are there in one-quarter of an hour? 
60minutes (b) 15minutes (c) 20minutes (d) 30minutes 

Find the area of a square whose side is 6cm (a) 36cm2 (b) 24cm2 (c) 36cm (d) 36m2 

Which of the following shapes has now lines of symmetry? 
square (b) isosceles triangle (c) trapezium (d) rectangle 

Simplify 7 ¾ - 42/3 (a) 3½ (b) 31/12 (c) 741/15 (d) 121/12

How many hours and minutes are there between 9.45am and 3.15pm? 
5hrs 30mins (b) 6hrs 30mins (c) 13hrs 00mins (d) 12hrs 30mins 

Divide 441 by 7 (a) 36 (b) 63 (c) 69 (d) 93 
Write in words 2,534,590 (a) five million, five hundred and thirty four thousand, five hundred and ninety (b) twenty-five million, thirty-four thousand, five hundred and ninety 
(c) two million, five hundred and thirty-four thousand, five hundred and nineteen 
(d) twenty five hundred, thirty-four thousand, five hundred and ninety 

Simplify 135/6 + 122/3 (a) 266/9 (b) 263/6 (c) 26½ (d) 625/9 
Find the L.C.M of 12, 24 and 36 (a) 90 (b) 72 (c) 60 (d) 120 
What is the difference between the squares of 10 and 5 (a) 25 (b) 125 (c) 75 (d) 50 
Estimate 295.12 to the nearest hundred (a) 300 (b) 295 (c) 295.1 (d) 295.12 
Titi bought a shoe for N3,200 and sold it for N4,000. Find her profit or loss 
N7,200 (b) N800 (c) N200 (d) N1,200

Calculate the H.C.F of 16, 24 and 40 (a) 16 (b) 24 (c) 8 (d) 40 

Which of these shapes is not a 3D shape? (a) rectangle (b) cuboid (c) triangle (d) trapezium 

The line /AB/ is said to be _______ to line /CD/ because they can never
 meet each other (a) parallel (b) perpendicular (c) transversal (d) angles 


Find the sum of 13009, 480, 78 and 4300 (a) 17111 (b) 18767 (c) 17867 (d) 16877
Express 52 as a product of its prime factors 
2 x 2 x 13 (b) 2 x 3 x 3 x 5 (c) 2 x 3 x 7 (d) 2 x 3 x 5 

When long hand is pointing to three and short hand points to twelve. What is the time? 
quarter past 12 (b) quarter to 12 (c) half past 3 (d) 3 O'clock 

Find the missing number in: 4/5 x 80 = (a) 100 (b) 64 (c) 17 (d) 21 
A tank contains 301.72L of oil. Another tank contains 150.04L and the third tank contains 120.00L. What is the total oil in the three tanks (a) 

The perimeter of the rectangle shown below is __________ 
 (a) 24cm (b) 12cm (c) 48cm (d) 108cm 


What is one-quarter of a year? (a) 6months (b) 4 months (c) 3 months (d) 2months 
Cube and cuboid has ___________ edges and _________ faces 
(a) 8edges & 12 faces (b) 12edges & 6 faces (c) 6edges & 6faces (d) 8edges & 6faces 

Section B: Theory 
Add 75sec to 80sec
b.) Calculate the perimeter of a square whose side is 9cm 
Draw a clock showing 25minutes to 4 
b.) How many lines of symmetry has the following shapes? 
Equilateral Triangle _____________ (iii) Rectangle ___________________
Trapezium _______________ (iv) Square __________________
Take-away 59kg 736g from 78kg 172g 
b.) Convert 32m to centimeters 
Express MMDXLIV in numerals 
b.) The four cardinal points are: ____________, ___________, ___________ and ___________
The table below shows the number of pupils in I.B.B.S by classes 
Class
1
2
3
4
5
6

Number of Pupils
40
50
45
35
30
20


Draw a bar graph to represent the information 
 


ISLAND BUILDERS BAPTIST SCHOOL
(NURSERY & PRIMARY)
15, TAPA STREET, OFF FREEMAN, LAGOS.

THIRD TERM PROMOTIONAL EXAMINATION 2018
CLASS: PRIMARY 4 SUBJECT: QUANTITATIVE REASONING
NAME:……………………………………………………………………………………

Section A:
Sample: 4 x 3 (4 x 3) – 2 5 x 6 (5 x 6) – 2
         12 – 2 = 10 30 – 2 = 28             
7 x 9 

20 x 5 

 9 x 9 

Section B: Coding System
The word PRESIDENT is represented by the number 123465378
Examples: DENT = 5378 837 = TEN 

4.) PRESENT = ______________________________
5.) TENDER = _______________________________
6.) 2 3 4 6 5 3 = __________________________
7.) 1 2 3 4 4 = ____________________________
Section C: 
Samples: C * A = C – A
      2

  16 * 4 = 16 – 4 
      2

   = 12/2 = 6  

8.) 13 * 5 = (10.) 6 * 5 = 



9.) 25 * 13 = 




Section D: Use the diagram below to answer the following questions 
The diagram shows the numbers of pupils that like Maths only, English only, Science only, both Maths and Science, Maths and English, English and Science and the three subjects 

How many pupils like Maths only __________________
How many pupils like the three subjects ______________
The total number of pupils that like English is ______________
How many pupils like Maths and English only ________________
How many pupils are in the class altogether? ______________
What is the total number of pupils that like English only, Maths only and 
Science only?____________
What is the difference between the number of pupils that offered only English to
only Maths?______________

Section E: Number Series
Samples: 


     (19.) (20.)




Section F: Common Ratio
Sample: 
          


      (22.)




23.) (24.)         







Section G: Tables and Charts


A
B
C
D
E

G
1
7
5
2
3

H
3
4
2
5
1

I
4
7
6
6
7

j
8
9
8
9
8


Samples: Ga 1 Hc 2
Jd 9 Ga + Gb 1 + 7 = 8/2 = 4
      Gd 2
Use the chart above to answer the question below
                    
25.) Hb x Ie
    Ie 

26.) Ha + Hb – He 
 

27.) Ja ÷ Je  

Section H: 
Samples: 







28.) (29.) (30.)











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THIRD TERM PROMOTIONAL EXAMINATION 2018 CLASS: PRIMARY 4

ISLAND BUILDERS BAPTIST SCHOOL
(NURSERY & PRIMARY)
15, TAPA STREET, OFF FREEMAN, LAGOS.

THIRD TERM PROMOTIONAL EXAMINATION 2018
CLASS: PRIMARY 4 SUBJECT: AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE
NAME:……………………………………………………………………………………
It is not safe to eat fishes killed with ______________
chemicals (b) fishing net (c) hook and line (d) fishing basket 

Which of the following can be used as bait for fish (a) rat (b) earthworm (c) chicken (d) fish 
On the hook and line, ____ shows if a fish has been caught (a) bait (b) sinker (c) hook (d) line 

All the following farm tools are used for planting seed except ______ 
hoe (b) axe (c) cutlass (d) machete 

The farm tools used for wetting flowers as crops on the farmland is ________ 
watering can (b) wheel barrow (c) head pan (d) spade 

The chemical used to kill weed is known as _____ 
insecticide (b) pesticide (c) herbicide (d) fungicide 

_______ is the uppermost layer of the earth in which plants grow and also where animals live (a) stone (b) rock (c) soil (d) sea 

All the following are reasons why soil loss its nutrient except _____ 
overgrazing (b) clean clearing (c) manuring (d) erosion 

Garri is gotten from processing _______ (a) cassava (b) maize (c) guinea corn (d) yam 
The soil sample that becomes sticky when wet and can be moulded into shape is ________ (a) clay soil (b) sand soil (c) loam soil (d) humus soil 

The planting of different types of crops on a piece of land in a year after year is known as _______ (a) crop rotation (b) bush fallowing (c) afforestation (d) liming 

Which is the best soil for planting in agriculture (a) clayey (b) loamy (c) sandy (d) saw dust 
Eba, fufu are produce of ______ flour (a) yam (b) maize (c) cassava (d) wheat 
A person that grows flower is called a _____ (a) florist (b) farmer (c) gardener (d) floriculture 

Which of the following is pre-planting operation 
land clearing (b) sowing seed (c) watering (d) manuring 

Which of the following farm tools is used for trimming flowers 
hoe (b) shears (c) axe (d) shovel 

_____ are plants growing where they are not planted (a) weeds (b) feeds (c) flowers (d) crops 
There are ____________ types of simple farm tools (a) 2 (b) 3 (c) 5 (d) 8 
The following are ways of caring and maintaining farm tools except _____ (a) keep in a dry, cool place (b) wash the tools after use (c) leave them in the rain (d) repair wornout tools 

Weeds that complete their life cycle in one year is known as ______ 
 (a) perennial weed (b) annual weed (c) biennial weed (d) polynomial weed 
The activities that are done after planting is called ______ (a) pre-planting operation 
(b) planting operation (c) post-planting operation (d) none of the above 

_______ is the application of organic or inorganic manure to improve soil fertility 
mulching (b) manuring (c) staking (d) harvesting 

The crop pest shown below is _______ (a) cricket (b) grasshopper (c) weevil (d) snake 
There are ______ methods of controlling weeds (a) four (b) two (c) five (d) seven 
Which of the following characteristics about weed is not correct? 
(a) some weeds are poisonous (b) many weeds are hosts for disease causing organisms 
(c) weed helps our plant to grow well (d) weeds are stubborn and hardy 

All the following are fishing tools except (a) hook and line (b) basket (c) fishing net (d) rake 

The following are examples of pre-planting operation except ______ 
thinning (b) tilling of the soil (c) making ridges (d) harrowing 

The degree of roughness or fineness of a soil is known as ______ 
weathering (b) structure (c) texture (d) particles 

All of the following are examples of flowering plants except _____ 
hibiscus (b) rose (c) grasses (d) lilly 

The first person whom the finished goods are distributed to is referred to as _____ 
(a) consumers (b) wholesalers (c) retailers (d) manufacturers 
Theory
What are weeds ______________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________
b.) List five examples of weeds 
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________
(c) ________________________________ (d) ________________________________
Mention four simple farm tools under the following:
Animal Tools Crop Tools  
(i) _________________________________ ___________________________________
(ii) _________________________________ ___________________________________
(iii) ________________________________ ___________________________________
(iv) ________________________________ ___________________________________

State the methods of controlling weeds 
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________
(c) ________________________________ (d) ________________________________

Define Soil __________________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________

b) Mention three types of soil (a) ______________ (b) ______________ (c) ________________

What is preservation of farm produce? ____________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________
b.) State two importance of preservation   
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________

ISLAND BUILDERS BAPTIST SCHOOL
(NURSERY & PRIMARY)
15, TAPA STREET, OFF FREEMAN, LAGOS.

THIRD TERM PROMOTIONAL EXAMINATION 2018
CLASS: PRIMARY 4 SUBJECT: BIBLE KNOWLEDGE

NAME:……………………………………………………………………………………
God shows _________ to his people by the way He cares for them, feeds and protects them from danger. (a) anger (b) love (c) bread 

Jesus demonstrated His love to people while He healed ___________ when He and His disciples were leaving the city of Jericho (a) John (b) Bartimaeus (c) Barnabas 

"Jesus, son of David, have mercy on me". Who said this statement? 
Pilate (b) Herod (c) Bartimaeus 

"What do you want me to do for you"? This question was asked by who? 
Bartimaeus (b) Jesus Christ (c) Peter 

The native town of Jesus Christ is _______ (a) Jericho (b) Jerusalem (c) Nazareth 
Bartimaeus the blind called Jesus by His name of His great grandfather which was ______ 
son of Saul (b) son of Daniel (c) son of David 

Zacchaeus by profession was _____ (a) carpenter (b) builder (c) tax collector 
Jesus showed love to Mary Magdalene when He cast out _______ from her 
snake (b) lizard (c) demons 

One of the advantages of showing love to one another is _________ 
it promotes gossip (b) it promotes peaceful living among people (c) it makes us to steal 

Jesus told His disciples that He would send the counselor to them when He left. This counselor means _____ (a) demon (b) ghost (c) the Holy Spirit 

The evidences of the guidance of the Spirit of Jesus are the following except ____ 
 (a) The Holy Spirit chose Paul and Barnabas (b) fighting and gossiping among the brethren 
 (c) the Holy Spirit led Paul and Barnabas to Macedonia 

"Set apart for me Barnabas and Paul for the work to which I have called them". This statement was said by who? (a) Lucia (b) Simeon (c) Holy Spirit 

The statement in question 12 was said to ________ 
the Pharises (b) The Seducees (c) The disciples of Jesus Christ 

The Holy Spirit gave Philip ________ to go and preach the word of God in Samaria 
bread (b) money (c) wisdom 

Many people in Samaria were _______ when they heard the word of God. 
lost (b) converted (c) fell 

Simeon was among the people that were converted after hearing the preaching of Philip. By profession Simeon was ______ (a) an engineer (b) magician (c) a doctor 

Peter and John were also sent to Samaria by the Church in Jerusalem. They prayed for the Samaritans and laid hands on them, and the people received _______ 
the Spirit of death (b) the Holy Spirit (c) the Spirit of lesbianism 


Philip also preached the word of God to ______
en Egyptian man (b) an Ethiopian eunuch (c) a Samaritan man 

Philip preached to the Ethiopian eunuch and was converted and was also ____ 
beaten black and blue (b) baptized (c) taken to prison 

The gift of the Holy Spirit are the following except ______ 
the gift of healing (b) the gift of working miracles (c) the gift of gossiping 

One of the roles of Holy Spirit is the following except _____ (a) it helps to build of faith 
it tells the Christians the things to come (c) it causes us to be very angry 

The fruits of the Holy Spirit are the following except _______ (a) love (b) peace (c) pride 
The term "New Life" means ______ (a) desire to do what we like (b) changing from our old ways of life and start to lead a good life (c) worshipping the moon and sun 

Evidence of a new life is _______ (a) fighting in the neighbourhood (b) killing innocent people (c) change in the way we behave, talk, dress and desire for the things of God 

A ___________ demonstrated the evidence of a new life when Paul and Silas came to Philippi to preach (a) thief (b) prophet (c) jailer 

'Do yourself no harm, for we are all here'. This statement was said by who?' 
(a) police monitoring Paul and Silas (b) Paul (c) Jesus Christ 

'Sir, what must I do to be saved'. Who asked this question? 
the thief on the cross (b) the jailer (c) Zacchaeus 

The response of questions 27 to the man was _____ 
(a) believe in the god of ogun and you will be saved (b) believe in the god of thunder and you will be saved (c) believe in the Lord Jesus and you will be saved 

The following are the purpose of God's call except _____ 
(a) God calls us to obey Him (b) God calls us to mock Him (c) God calls us to serve Him 
These are the ways through which God calls us except ______ (a) through dreams and vision (b) through revelation and prophecy (c) through lying and fornicating 
 
Section B: Theory
Mention four ways in which God shows love to His people  
b.) List four people Jesus demonstrated His love to  

State two advantages of showing love to one another 
b.) What was the request of Bartimaeus the blind?  

List four gifts of the Holy Spirit 
b.) State two roles of the Holy Spirit in guiding a Christian  

List five fruit of the Holy Spirit  
b.) What is Act 1: 8 says: 

State five characteristics of a new life in Christ  



ISLAND BUILDERS BAPTIST SCHOOL
(NURSERY & PRIMARY)
15, TAPA STREET, OFF FREEMAN, LAGOS.

THIRD TERM PROMOTIONAL EXAMINATION 2018
CLASS: PRIMARY 4 SUBJECT: ENGLISH LANGUAGE

NAME:……………………………………………………………………………………
Read and answer the following questions 
Each questions carries equal mark  
Comprehension
Many years ago, the sun and the water were great friends and they both lived on the earth. The sun used to visit the water very often but the water never returned the visits. At last, the sun asked the water why he never visited him. The water replied that the sun's house was not big enough and that if he came with all his people, he would drive the sun out of his home. 
The water said, "if you want me to visit you, you will have to build a very large house. But I warn you that it will have to be very large, as my people are numerous and take up lots of rooms". The sun promised to build a very large house. Soon afterwards, he returned home to his wife, the moon. She greeted him with a broad smile. Then the sun told her what he had promised the water. 
The next day, they began building a large house to entertain the water and all his entourage. When it was completed, the sun asked the water to come and visit him.
When the water arrived, one of his people called the sun and asked him whether it would be safe for the water to enter. The sun said, "yes, tell my friend to come in". 
The water began to flow in, followed by the fish and all the other water animals. Not long after, the water was knee-deep in the house, he asked the sun if it was still safe, and the sun again said, "yes". So, more of them came in. 
When the water was at the level of man's head, the water asked the sun, "Do you want more of the people to come in?" Not knowing what else to say, the sun and the moon both said "yes". More and more of the water's people came in until the sun and the moon had to sit on top of the roof. 
The water once again asked the sun if it was still okay to keep coming in. The sun and the moon answered, "yes". So, more and more of the water's people came in. The water soon overflowed the top of the roof. The sun and the moon were forced to go up into the sky. They have been there ever since.
  
Answer these questions:
Who was the sun's friend? _____________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________

Where did the sun and his friend live? ____________________________________________ 
 ___________________________________________________________________________

Who never returned his friend's visit? ____________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________

Which type of house did the sun promised to build? _________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________

Who was the sun's wife? _______________________________________________________
Write out two types of people that came with water? _________________________________

How many times was water asked if it would be safe for the sun to come into his house? 
___________________________________________________________________________

Who asked the first time? ______________________________________________________

Who asked the third time? ______________________________________________________

Find a suitable title or heading for the passage _____________________________________

Section B: English Grammar
For each question choose the best answer from the options given  

I usually read _____________ newspaper before I take my breakfast (a) an (b) a (c) the (d) on 
This table is at least _______________ metre long. (a) the (b) of (c) a (d) an 
Can you see __________ river from here? (a) an (b) the (c) a (d) of 
African is not _____________ easy language to learn (a) by (b) an (c) a (d) of 
With your results, you can apply to ___________ oxford university (a) a (b) an (c) the (d) by 
______________ Idowu and Alaba are friends of mine (a) both (b) either (c) but (d) therefore
I was fast asleep ___________ the telephone rang (a) because (b) when (c) unless (d) so 
My neighbor is strict _________ she is kind (a) and (b) so (c) but (d) therefore 
I will ask ____________ Tunde or Tayo to give me a life home today 
(a) neither (b) both (c) either (d) also 
The children were extremely rude, _______ they were punished (a) so (b) and (c) but (d) after 
There is some mud __________ your shoes (a) at (b) over (c) in (d) on 
Who sits __________ my sister in class? (a) beside (b) over (c) besides (d) next 
Everyone is _________ class already (a) in (b) on (c) near (d) away 
I have given you note __________ dad (a) to (b) from (c) with (d) off 
The dismissal bell rings ___________ a few minutes (a) at (b) in (c) for (d) by 
I need to make some tea. There isn't _________ left in the pot 
(a) much (b) many (c) a little (d) a few 
What is the name of the ________ member of your family 
(a) old (b) older (c) oldest (d) most oldest 
I'm on my way to the post office to buy ______ stamps (a) any (b) some (c) plenty (d) one 
I'm still hungry. May I have some _______ rice, please? (a) few (b) many (c) more (d) much 
Seeing a ghost can be quite a _____ experience (a) terror (b) terrify (c) terrifying (d) terrified 
The dress _____ I bought yesterday was very expensive (a) who (b) whom (c) whose (d) that 
The pupils ____________ the headmistress punished were caught playing truant 
(a) who (b) whom (c) that (d) whose 
The rumour _______ we heard just now cannot be true (a) who (b) whom (c) that (d) whose 

The car _______ my grandfather owns is extremely old (a) who (b) whom (c) that (d) whose 
The food ___ we were served at the party was delicious (a) who (b) whom (c) that (d) whose 
The stray dog _________ ate the food that I gave (a) greedy (b) greed (c) greeder (d) greedily 
My bachelor uncle _____________ got married last week 
I did much ____________ in my history than in my geography this semester 
(a) good (b) better (c) more better (d) best 
He is very lazy. He _______ lay hands in his assignments 
(a) always (b) faithfully (c) often (d) rarely 
The prince and princess lived _________________ together for the rest of their lives 
(a) happy (b) happier (c) happily (d) happiness 
Bola ____________ are the children laughing so loudly? Sola: They are being entertained by a clown (a) why (b) where (c) how (d) when 

We left school ___________ to get home before we were caught in a traffic jam 
 (a) by a hurry (b) to a hurry (c) in a hurry (d) for a hurry 
That little boy looks ___________ he has not eaten a proper meal for days 
(a) as if (b) until (c) because (d) so that 
Literature: The Amazing River 
What was the name of Adesewa's village? (a) papa (b) igbodilu (c) oba (d) adesewa 
What kind of farming did her parents practice? 
(a) commercial farming (b) subsistence farming (c) air farming (d) harrowing farming 
What happened the next morning when Adesewa took her parents to where the river was? 
(a) the river was there (b) the river was nowhere to be found (c) the river had shifted to the middle of the forest (d) they find the river in their house 

In Adesewa's village and neighbourhood, yam was regarded as ___________ 
(a) ordinary food (b) king of crops (c) only one food (d) common crop 
What news did the kings hear? _______ (a) about the sickness of his son 
(b) about Adesewa's father's wealth (c) about king son's wealth (d) about Igbodilu's war
What was bothering the king? (a) Adesewa father's wealth (b) His son's sickness
 (c) Igbodilu's war (d) Igbodilu's market 
What was the name of king's son? (a) Prince Adedibu (b) Prince Adedigba (c) Prince Adeola (d) Prince Adesewa

Section C: English Composition
Instruction: Choose or answer anyone in all (10marks only) 
Write an expository composition on any of the following 
My favourite pet 
The solar system 
Farming
Yoruba Traditional wedding 


ISLAND BUILDERS BAPTIST SCHOOL
(NURSERY & PRIMARY)
15, TAPA STREET, OFF FREEMAN, LAGOS.

THIRD TERM PROMOTIONAL EXAMINATION 2018
CLASS: PRIMARY 4 SUBJECT: VERBAL REASONING
NAME:……………………………………………………………………………………
Answer all questions in this section 
Group Names: Choose the group name on each question 
Examples: yam cocoa rice beans mars pluto earth venus  
  Gun, Food = Food Cities, Planets = Planet
apple orange pawpaw grape (6.) mahogany iroko birch cedar
    Fruits | Benches = ____________ Diseases | Trees = ___________
Lagos Niger Abia Adamawa (7.) Man Dog Monkey Sheep
   Capitals | States = ____________ Mammals | Reptiles = ___________
Wheat rice millet maize (8.) Copper lead silver iron
  Cereal | Ruler = ____________ Planets | Metals = ___________
Tetanus malaria Measles (9.) hot cold warm humid
  Flakes | Diseases = ____________ Tape | Temperature = ___________
circle rectangle square (10.) King Emperor President
  Shapes | Colours = ____________ Ruler | Food = ___________
Derivations: Add the correct prefix to these root words  
Example: 





11.) (12.)



13.) (14.)




15.) (16.)



17.) (18.)



19.) (20.)


Adding a suffix to a root word  
Examples: Courage Mystery 

21.) Nerve (22.) Poison 


23.) Polygamy (24.) Ridicule 


25.) Space

Spellings 
Re-arranging letters to form a correct word
Example: Having an attractive colour (ocolrunfll) = Colourful 
  You write with it (epcnli) = pencil 

26.) Plays and entertainment are performed in it (hteater) ___________________
27.) In charge of a garden (agdrnere) ___________________
28.) A _______________ steals (ubgralr)
29.) He makes shoes (ocbberl) ________________
30.) He carves wood, stone, clay etc (cslutpro) ________________



ISLAND BUILDERS BAPTIST SCHOOL
(NURSERY & PRIMARY)
15, TAPA STREET, OFF FREEMAN, LAGOS.

THIRD TERM PROMOTIONAL EXAMINATION 2018
CLASS: PRIMARY 4 SUBJECT: CREATIVE ARTS
NAME:……………………………………………………………………………………
Visual art can be divided into ____ and ____ art (a) fine and applied 
(b) music and drawing (c) painting and modeling (d) sculpture and graphics 

The following are primary colours except _____ (a) red (b) blue (c) orange (d) yellow 
Paper mache is prepared by mixing ______ and _____ (a) saw dust and gum (b) clay and gum (c) pulp paper and starch (d) paper and cement 

Mixture of red and blue colour gives ____ colour (a) green (b) orange (c) purple (d) black 
Which one of the following is literary art (a) sculpture (b) poetry (c) drawing (d) painting 

The rainbow has ______ colours (a) five (b) seven (c) twelve (d) three 
_____________ is the art of expressing an idea on canvas, paper or wall 
drawing (b) painting (c) colouring (d) carving 

The drawing of living things is known as __________________ 
life drawing (b) outdoor drawing (c) still-life drawing (d) nature drawing 

Which of the following is not used as an instrument for drawing 
chisel (b) pencil (c) pen (d) ruler 

The type of shading shown below is known as ________ 
cross-hatching (b) pointillism (c) broken-cross hatching (d) blurring 

Which of these group of colour contain the primary colour 
red, blue, orange (b) red, green, yellow (c) red, blue, yellow (d) yellow, blue, purple 

The use of clay to make object similar to the original object is called ______ 
(a) papier mache (b) collage (c) moulding (d) modeling 

Use the diagram below to answer question 13 – 15 





From the figure above 'X' represents __________ (a) shadow (b) shade (c) light 
From the diagram above 'y' represents (a) shadow (b) shade (c) light 
From the object above 'z' represents (a) shadow (b) shade (c) light 
The type of shading indicated below is known as _________ 
blurring (b) pointillism (c) cross hatching (d) broken cross-hatching 

Art can broadly be divided into two namely 
visual and non-visual (b) fine and applied (c) literary and creative (d) drawing and music 

The following materials are needed to make collage except ____ 
pencil (b) cardboard (c) water colour (d) coloured paper 

Which of the following is not a musical instruments 
guitar (b) screw driver (c) flute (d) drum set 

Whose portrait is on the one hundred naira note 
(a) Muritala Mohammed (b) Obafemi Awolowo (c) Nnamdi Azikwe (d) Amadu Bello 

Section B: Theory
Mention materials needed to make collage 
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________
(c) ________________________________ (d) ________________________________

To perform leaf print, the following materials are required 
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________
(c) ________________________________ (d) ________________________________

Draw an umbrella and shade using blurring 
Draw a big-house and colour it with any pattern or design of your choice 
Write out eight (8) musical instrument 
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________
(c) ________________________________ (d) ________________________________
(e) ________________________________ (f) ________________________________
(g) ________________________________ (h) ________________________________



ISLAND BUILDERS BAPTIST SCHOOL
(NURSERY & PRIMARY)
15, TAPA STREET, OFF FREEMAN, LAGOS.

THIRD TERM PROMOTIONAL EXAMINATION 2018
CLASS: PRIMARY 4 SUBJECT: VOCATIONAL APTITUDE
NAME:……………………………………………………………………………………
__________ is that aspect of agriculture which deals with the art of rearing fishes 
road farming (b) fish farming (c) dog farming 

Fishes may also be reared in the house using a glass or plastic-constructed house known as_____ (a) pond (b) aquarium (c) room 

A small fish is called ____ (a) cat fish (b) fry (c) grown fish 
A growing fish which is used to stock a pond is called ____ 
electric fish (b) aquarium fish (c) finger lings 

The rearing of aquatic or water animals like shrimps, crabs, prawn, fish etc is known as _____ (a) zoo (b) aquaculture (c) aquarium 

Fish net, fish hook, fish rod and fish line are tools for _____ 
games reserve (b) fish farming (c) elephant hunting 

________ is a course of study that enables a person to be useful in home and to the society at large (a) civic education (b) hunting (c) home-economics 

________ can be studied under home economics (a) hunting (b) slavery (c) cookery 
__________ is the book in which instructions on cooking and how to cook individual dishes (a) mathematics book (b) cookery book (c) theology book 

A good cook must be _____ in cooking (a) rough (b) neat (c) proud 
____________ is an activity being done by a person known as welder 
mechanical engineer (b) welding (c) tailoring 

Hammer, gas cylinder, helmet bench vice, hack saw etc are tools used by a _______ 
tailor (b) dry cleaner (c) welder 

Welding is done in a ____________ (a) school (b) bedroom (c) workshop 
The person that weld is called _______ (a) tailor (b) barber (c) welder 
The mixture of oxygen and acetylene gas formed ________ 
(a) gold (b) flavor (c) oxyacetylene flame 
_________ is a job which protects the interest or status of people and country at large 
wood work (b) water work (c) security work 

___________ check illegal movement of goods and services of people to and from a certain country (a) Odua People's Congress (b) Ohaneze Ndigbo (c) the customs or immigration 

The full meaning of NDA is ____ 
Niger Direct Agency (b) Nigeria Defence Academy (c) Niger Delta Association 

The police force ensures security by enforcing ______ in the society 
crime (b) law (c) bribery and corruption 

The _______ fights on the sea (a) Nigerian welder (b) Nigerian doctor (c) Nigerian Navy 

The major weapon used by the Nigerian army is ______ (a) cutlass (b) catapult (c) gun 
The __________ fights on land (a) Nigerian swimmer (b) Nigerian pilot (c) Nigerian soldier 
The _______ fights on the air (a) Nigerian smuggler (b) Nigerian actor (c) Nigerian Air Force 
Can a woman join police force? (a) no (b) yes (c) not yet 
Can a woman join Nigerian army? (a) no (b) yes (c) not yet 
Workers are those engaged in activity which brings _________ and _______ to them 
bribery and corruption (b) money and satisfaction (c) pests and diseases 

The job of a lumberman is _______ 
cooking in a restaurant (b) repairing and making wooden handles (c) cutting down of trees 

Cooking in restaurant or hotel is the work of a ____________ (a) farmer (b) plumber (c) chef 
Getting coal from the ground is a job of a __________ (a) potter (b) miner (c) painter 
___________ flame is the gas being used as welding gas and it is a mixture of oxygen and acetylene gas (a) oxygen (b) acetylene (c) oxyacetylene 

Section B: Theory
What is fish farming? ________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________
b.) Mention four fishing tools  
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________
(c) ________________________________ (d) ________________________________

What is home economics ______________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________

b.) (i) What is cookery? ___________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________

(ii) Mention four equipments used in cookery  
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________
(c) ________________________________ (d) ________________________________

3.) List three types of welding (a) ________________________________
(b) ________________________________ (c) ________________________________ 

b.) List two elements of oxyacetylene  
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________

4.) Mention at least five tools of a welding work  
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________
(c) ________________________________ (d) ________________________________
(e) ________________________________

5.) Mention the three security jobs (a) ________________________________
(b) ________________________________ (c) ________________________________ 

b.) List three divisions of the military (a) ________________________________
(b) ________________________________ (c) ________________________________

ISLAND BUILDERS BAPTIST SCHOOL
(NURSERY & PRIMARY)
15, TAPA STREET, OFF FREEMAN, LAGOS.

THIRD TERM PROMOTIONAL EXAMINATION 2018
CLASS: PRIMARY 4 SUBJECT: BASIC SCIENCE
NAME:……………………………………………………………………………………
Instruction: From the options lettered a – d choose the one that is most suitable to fill in the gaps 

The coldness and hotness of an object or body is called _______ 
temperature (b) Humidity (c) pressure (d) rainfall

___________ is the use of scientific knowledge to design and make products which makes work easier (a) technology (b) communication (c) statistic (d) survey 

Which of the following instrument is used for cutting wood 
scissors (b) handsaw (c) razor blade (d) snips 

______________ is used for joining two metals together in shape construction 
welding machine (b) cellotape (c) glue (d) nail 

Which of these is not an ICT gadget (a) computer (b) cell phone (c) radio (d) town crier 

Ability to do work is known as ___________ (a) energy (b) power (c) rest (d) workdone 
______________ is the treatment given to an injured person before the arrival of a doctor 
(a) last aid (b) first aid (c) HIV/Aids (d) self aid 

A trained person in a university that gives medical treatment to sick people is called a/an____________ (a) engineer (b) doctor (c) lawyer (d) teacher 

The _____________ is the primary source of energy (a) sun (b) wind (c) rock (d) water 

The following are digital system used for ICT except ________ (a) calculator (b) wrist watch (c) school bell (d) cell phone 

There are _____________ forms of energy (a) two (b) eight (c) three (d) five 

Cement , blocks and roofing sheets are used for building ________ (a) bungalow (b) poultry (c) hut (d) cage 

There are ___________ types of teeth (a) 2 (b) 4 (c) 3 (d) 7 

The classes of food that builds and repairs worn out cells and tissues is ______ (a) proteins (b) carbohydrates (c) vitamins (d) minerals 

_______ is the upward movement of water from the earth surface to the cloud with the help of heat (a) condensation (b) crystallization (c) evaporation (d) filtration 

Fossil fuels are also sources of energy (a) true (b) false (c) maybe (d) not sure 

Which of these animal is used for carrying load on the farmland? 
 (a) dog (b) rabbit (c) donkey (d) bird 

Yam, cassava, cocoyam and sweet potato are food that __________ the body 
(a) gives energy to (b) builds (c) protects (d) supplies growth to 

Vegetables and fruits supplies the body with _______ 
(a) fats and oil (b) carbohydrate (c) vitamins (d) protein 




An instrument used for measuring wind speed is ____________ 
(a) rainguage (b) thermometer (c) barometer (d) anemometer

Harmful foods can cause the following except ______ 
(a) promote good health (b) stomach upset (c) dysentery (d) lead to death 

The ______ help to mix the food with saliva and roll it into ball-like structure 
(a) lip (b) tongue (c) teeth (d) gum 

The type of teeth used for tearing is ___________ 
(a) incisors (b) molar (c) canines (d) pre-molar 

ICT simple means _______________ (a) island care technology (b) Internet Creative Technology (c) Information Communication Technology (d) International Coaching Team 

There are basically _______ types of change (a) two (b) four (c) three (d) five 

An analogue systems uses __________ to represent information with a physical quantity that changes continuously (a) digit (b) signal (c) number (d) figure 

Which of these is not a property of plastics (a) they are generally heavy and sink in water (b) they do not allow electricity to pass through them (c) they do not rust (d) they are generally light in weight and can float on water 

In shape construction, the following can be used to join paper or cardboard to form basic shapes except ________ (a) adhesive (b) nail (c) gum (d) cellotape 

Shapes can be constructed using _______ methods (a) one (b) two (c) four (d) six 

Houses made with mud and thatch roofs are called ______ 
 (a) huts (b) duplex (c) storey building (d) bungalow 

Section B:
1.) List five materials used in ICT
b.) What is energy?  

2.) Name five types of building that you know
b.) List five different types of materials used for building 
3.) Give three examples of the following
(i) Cutting Tools: _________________, _________________, __________________
(ii) Joining Tools: __________________, __________________, __________________

4.) Define technology? 
b.) Mention six different products of technology 

5.) State three forms of energy 
b.) State two differences between metals and plastics  
Metals Plastics 
(i) _________________________________ ___________________________________
(ii) _________________________________ ___________________________________





ISLAND BUILDERS BAPTIST SCHOOL
(NURSERY & PRIMARY)
15, TAPA STREET, OFF FREEMAN, LAGOS.

THIRD TERM PROMOTIONAL EXAMINATION 2018
CLASS: PRIMARY 4 SUBJECT: HOME ECONOMICS
NAME:……………………………………………………………………………………
__________ is the fastening of cloth, leather, furs, bark or other flexible materials using needles and thread (a) clapping (b) laughing (c) sewing or stitches 

The two categories of stitches are _____ and _____ 
long/short (b) wide/narrow (c) temporary/permanent 

The two processing stitches are 
tacking/back stitches (b) wide/narrow stitches (c) small and big stitches 

Temporary stitches help to ____ the edges of a dress until the permanent stitch is applied 
carry up (b) hem down (c) take down 

Once the permanent stitch is applied, you can remove the temporary one 
yes (b) no (c) all of the above 

Decorative stitches add _______ to the dress or material (a) pains (b) beauty (c) love 
A _______ is a method used in joining two or more pieces of materials together firmly 
button (b) seam (c) blanket 

The most basic and easiest seam is _______ 
French seam (b) run and fell seam (c) plain or open seam 

The rules to observe when making seams are the following except _____ (a) choose the correct seam for the work (b) cut or break the seam into pieces (c) use the correct needle 

______ is used on sport wear and simple reversible garment 
run and fell seam (b) plain/open seam (c) French seam

Run and fell seam is suitable for ________ clothing (a) adults (b) teenager's (c) childrens 
____ is also known as crochet stitch (a) herringbone stitch (b) blanket stitch (c) fabric stitch 
________ are things that belong to you alone 
general belongings (b) personal belongings (c) state belongings 

Body building foods are also known as ______ (a) rice (b) proteins (c) category food 
Carbohydrate is also known as ______ 
(a) body building food (b) energy giving food (c) junk foods 
Vitamins and minerals is also known as ________ 
(a) energy giving foods (b) body building food (c) body protectors 
_______ are the materials found in varying quantities in the foods that we eat 
minerals (b) energy (c) nutrients 

Protein foods help to build muscles and tissues of the body (a) no (b) yes (c) no and yes 
_______ are drinks made from fruit extracts (a) coconut (b) sardine (c) fruit drinks 
__________ is the main room in the house (a) back room (b) sitting room (c) front room 
Cars are kept in _______ (a) sitting room (b) garage (c) store 

When our environment is clean, we are protected from ______ 
water (b) disease carrying organisms (c) sun 

Where we read and study our books is called _____ (a) store room (b) toilet (c) study room 
_______, when taken ensure that our stomachs are not empty 
(a) main meal (b) snacks and fruit drinks (c) stone and water 
Corn, rice, wheat, sorghum millet are also known as ______ (a) nuts (b) grains (c) pulses 
Okro, spinach (tete) bitter leaf (ewuro), water leaf, carrot, pepper are known as _____ 
(a) fruits (b) beverages (c) vegetables 
Washing, drying and ironing our clothes prevents us from _____ 
accident (b) diseases (c) food 

Money, sex, age and size are factors of choosing ___ (a) cars (b) food (c) personal belongings 
Cocoa, drinks, tea, coffee, fruit juice are examples of ______ 
carbohydrates (b) lunch (c) beverages 

Slice bread, margarine, eggs, sardine and tomatoes are ingredients for _____ 
(a) fruit drinks (b) sandwiches (c) bulky food  

Section B:
What are sewing or stitches? ____________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________

b.) List two materials for stitches or sewing 
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________

Name two basic stitches 
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________

b.) Name three simple decorative stitches (a) ________________________________
(b) ________________________________ (c) ________________________________ 

What is a seam? ______________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________

b.) List three types of seams (a) ________________________________
(b) ________________________________ (c) ________________________________  
Mention four tools for sewing  
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________
(c) ________________________________ (d) ________________________________

b.) State the uses of the tools you have mentioned 
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________

State two uses of seams  
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________

b.) Write short note on the following 
(i) Plain/open seam ______________________________________________________________
(ii) Run and fell seam ____________________________________________________________

ISLAND BUILDERS BAPTIST SCHOOL
(NURSERY & PRIMARY)
15, TAPA STREET, OFF FREEMAN, LAGOS.

THIRD TERM PROMOTIONAL EXAMINATION 2018
CLASS: PRIMARY 4 SUBJECT: SOCIAL STUDIES
NAME:……………………………………………………………………………………
The release of harmful substances to the environment is known as ___________  
population (b) pollution (c) political (d) practical 

One of the following is a reason why people work (a) to fall sick and die (b) to earn a living and be comfortable (c) to fight and quarrel (d) none of the above 

The use of drugs without doctor's prescription is known as ___________ 
drug abuse (b) drug addiction (c) drug perfection (d) drug smuggling 

_____________ is the means of exchanging information between two or more people 
communication (b) communalism (c) concentration (d) construction 

First aid is the treatment given to a/an ___________ person before the arrival of a doctor 
lazy (b) dead (c) injured (d) strong 

The agency responsible for arrest and punishing drug users in Nigeria is _____ 
(a) Nigeria Police Force (b) Federal Road Safety Corps 
(c) Nigeria Drug Law Enforcement Agency (d) National Orientation Agency 

When people share responsibilities among themselves in order to accomplish a given task is known as _________ (a) division of labour (b) division of money (c) division of food 
(d) division of land 

There are ____ types of pollution (a) three (b) five (c) two (d) four 
Which of the following is a modern way of saving money (a) bank (b) ajo (c) osusu (d) box 
Road signs help to control ____________ (a) traffic (b) people (c) ghost (d) motor bike 
The federal government is the ___ level of government (a) second (b) fourth (c) first (d) third 
Which of the following agencies control and prosecute traffic and road offenders in Lagos State? (a) FRSC (b) LASTMA (c) LAWMA (d) LASAA 

All the following are modern means of communication except _____ 
television (b) bill board (c) town crier (d) radio 

Which of the following is not an example of hard drugs 
paracetamol (b) heroine (c) cocaine (d) cannabis 

Then agency in charge of waste in Lagos State is __________ 
LASTMA (b) LAWMA (c) LASAA (d) LAMATA 

Water pollution can cause ____ in humans (a) deafness (b) blindness (c) asthma (d) dysentery 
_______________ is the carrying and smuggling of drugs across the borders
drug trafficking (b) dug selling (c) drug production (d) drug transportation 

Noise pollution can lead to deafness (a) true (b) false (c) maybe (d) none of the above 
Taking hard rugs can cause the following except ______ 
good health (b) serious diseases (c) death grow wild 

What is the highest court in Nigeria 
appeal court (b) supreme court (c) magistrate court (d) federal high court 

Who makes the laws of our country (a) judiciary (b) legislative (c) executive (d) people 
The house of representatives together with the Senate make up the ______ (a) National Organization (b) National Orientation (c) National Conglomerate (d) National Orientation 

The Senate President of Nigeria is ______ (a) Senator Olubukola Saraki
 (b) Senator Mohammed Buhari (c) Senator Aliko Dangote (d) Senator Oluremi Tinubu 

The head of the senate is called _______ 
Senate President (b) Speaker of the House of Representatives (c) Chairman (d) Governor 

Nigeria's major source of income is ______ (a) diamond (b) oil (c) tin (d) gold 
Which of these food crop is not grown in Nigeria? 
beans (b) plantain (c) yam (d) strawberries 

The valuables in their natural form such as minerals, water, energy, land are called ____ 
natural resources (b) natural disaster (c) national cake (d) artificial resources 

___________ is a means of keeping, guarding or protecting something in its natural state 
consumption (b) conservation (c) conduction (d) consideration 

A family that consist of father, mother and children only is known as _____ 
extended family (b) nuclear family (c) family friend (d) united family 

A type of marriage where by a man marries only one wife is called ______ 
(a) monogamy (b) polyandry (c) polygamy (d) polygyny 
 
Section B
What is drug abuse? __________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________
b.) Mention three (3) commonly abused drugs  

What is communication? _______________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________
b.) Give three (3) examples of modern means of communication  

What is pollution? ___________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________
b.) Mention four types of pollution  

Mention four agencies that promotes the social well being of the youth   
   Governmental Organization Non-governmental Organization  
(i) _________________________________ ___________________________________
(ii) _________________________________ ___________________________________
(iii) ________________________________ ___________________________________
(iv) ________________________________ ___________________________________

What is first aid treatment? _____________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________

b.) List four items found in a first aid box?

ISLAND BUILDERS BAPTIST SCHOOL
(NURSERY & PRIMARY)
15, TAPA STREET, OFF FREEMAN, LAGOS.

THIRD TERM PROMOTIONAL EXAMINATION 2018
CLASS: PRIMARY 4 SUBJECT: CIVIC EDUCATION
NAME:……………………………………………………………………………………
A citizen must pay his/her ____ and other rates (a) food (b) rent (c) tax 

One of the reasons for obeying traffic regulations is _____ (a) to play on the road 
(b) to organize party on the road (c) To prevent accident that may occur 

The inability to read and write is called ______ (a) literacy (b) illiteracy (c) literature  

There are _____ major ethnic group in Nigeria (a) nine (b) three (c) five  

Traditional leaders in Hausa land is called ____ (a) Oba (b) Emir (c) Igwe  

The second arm of government is the _____ government (a) Federal (b) national (c) state 

The red traffic light signifies ____ while the green means go (a) get ready (b) stop (c) fly 

The local government is headed by the _____ (a) chairman (b) president (c) governor 

A religious leader is the head of a _____ (a) school (b) community (c) church/mosque

_____ is a form of government in which the noble rules for the benefit of all 
(a) monarchy (b) aristocracy (c) feudalism 

One of the following is not a cause of road accident (a) reckless driving (b) bad road 
(c) obeying traffic rules 

A citizen is a person who owes his/her loyalty to a _____ (a) village (b) country (c) family 

A cross is a sign of a church as a crescent indicates a/an __ (a) school (b) hospital (c) mosque  

The governor of Lagos State is ____ (a) Babatunde Raji Fashola (b) Akinwunmi Ambode 
(c) Bola Ahmed Tinubu  

In Nigeria, there are more than ____ ethnic groups (a) 250 (b) 500 (c) 750 

_____ is the capital of Delta State (a) Owerri (b) Asaba (c) Awka

In Lagos State, the agency that enforce traffic rules and regulations is ____ (a) LAWMA 
(b) LASTMA (c) LASEPA

The _____ is the point where pedestrians are allowed to cross the road (a) T-junction 
(b) U-turn (c) Zebra crossing  

A wig is worn by which of the following worker (a) Doctor (b) Lawyer (c) Banker 

One of the following is not the responsibilities of constituted authorities (a) maintenance of law and order (b) loss of lives and properties (c) provision of social amenities  

Which of these clothes is worn during hot season (a) jackets (b) cotton (c) cardigans 

All the following are reasons for wearing clothes except ____ 
(a) attraction (b) identify (c) make us naked 

The symbols of a cross and a crescent shows that the building is a _____ and _____ 
(a) shop and house (b) church and mosque (c) hospitals and schools 



______ is where a road joins another forming a letter like "T" 
(a) U junction (b) T-junction (c) bus stop 

We must learn to say ____ when given gift by our elders 
(a) pardon me (b) leave me alone (c) thank you  

Positive value _____ our society (a) build (b) damage (c) abuse 

There are ____ types of values (a) 6 (b) 2 (c) 5 

A foreigner is a person who is ____ (a) given birth to in a bush 
(b) is given birth to in the hospital (c) is not given birth to in a country he/she resides

The following are examples of social amenities provided by constituted authorities except____ (a) road (b) hospital (c) school  

The state government provides job for the people by establishing industries 
(a) Yes (b) No (c) May be  

Section B
Who is a citizen _____________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________

b.) State three duties of a citizen 
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________
(c) ________________________________ 

What is traffic regulation _______________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________

b.) List three importance of traffic road signs 
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________
(c) ________________________________ 

What is constituted authorities __________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________

b.) State three responsibilities of constituted authorities to their citizens 
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________
(c) ________________________________ 

List two ways of keeping fit 
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________

b.) Mention three agencies that enforces traffic rules 
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________
(c) ________________________________ 


ISLAND BUILDERS BAPTIST SCHOOL
(NURSERY & PRIMARY)
15, TAPA STREET, OFF FREEMAN, LAGOS.

THIRD TERM PROMOTIONAL EXAMINATION 2018
CLASS: PRIMARY 4 SUBJECT: MATHEMATICS
NAME:……………………………………………………………………………………
If a bag of rice weighs 45.25kg. Find the weight of 18 bags? 
814.50kg (b) 614.50kg (c) 418.00kg (d) 415.60kg
 
What is the sum of 3hrs 39mins and 4hrs 38mins? 
(a) 1hr 01min (b) 8hrs 17mins (c) 7hrs 77mins (d) 8hrs 77mins 

Add 27kg 50g, 2kg 325g and 20kg 160g 
(a) 70kg 953g (b) 49kg 535g (c) 61kg 153g (d) 55kg 735g  

Write 175m in decimal of kilometers (a) 00.175km (b) 0.175km (c) 0.0175km (d) 0.00175km
How many seconds are there in 17minutes 38seconds? 
1058seconds (b) 1020seconds (c) 115seconds (d) 1798seconds 

A piece of plank is 114.2m. What is the total length of 8pieces of such plank? 
114.2m (b) 913.6m (c) 115.0m (d) 14.2m 

Five spades weigh 27kg 500g. Find the weight of one spade. 
5kg 500g (b) 137kg 500g (c) 32kg 500g (d) 22kg 500g 

How many minutes are there in one-quarter of an hour? 
60minutes (b) 15minutes (c) 20minutes (d) 30minutes 

Find the area of a square whose side is 6cm (a) 36cm2 (b) 24cm2 (c) 36cm (d) 36m2 

Which of the following shapes has now lines of symmetry? 
square (b) isosceles triangle (c) trapezium (d) rectangle 

Simplify 7 ¾ - 42/3 (a) 3½ (b) 31/12 (c) 741/15 (d) 121/12

How many hours and minutes are there between 9.45am and 3.15pm? 
5hrs 30mins (b) 6hrs 30mins (c) 13hrs 00mins (d) 12hrs 30mins 

Divide 441 by 7 (a) 36 (b) 63 (c) 69 (d) 93 
Write in words 2,534,590 (a) five million, five hundred and thirty four thousand, five hundred and ninety (b) twenty-five million, thirty-four thousand, five hundred and ninety 
(c) two million, five hundred and thirty-four thousand, five hundred and nineteen 
(d) twenty five hundred, thirty-four thousand, five hundred and ninety 

Simplify 135/6 + 122/3 (a) 266/9 (b) 263/6 (c) 26½ (d) 625/9 
Find the L.C.M of 12, 24 and 36 (a) 90 (b) 72 (c) 60 (d) 120 
What is the difference between the squares of 10 and 5 (a) 25 (b) 125 (c) 75 (d) 50 
Estimate 295.12 to the nearest hundred (a) 300 (b) 295 (c) 295.1 (d) 295.12 
Titi bought a shoe for N3,200 and sold it for N4,000. Find her profit or loss 
N7,200 (b) N800 (c) N200 (d) N1,200

Calculate the H.C.F of 16, 24 and 40 (a) 16 (b) 24 (c) 8 (d) 40 

Which of these shapes is not a 3D shape? (a) rectangle (b) cuboid (c) triangle (d) trapezium 

The line /AB/ is said to be _______ to line /CD/ because they can never
 meet each other (a) parallel (b) perpendicular (c) transversal (d) angles 


Find the sum of 13009, 480, 78 and 4300 (a) 17111 (b) 18767 (c) 17867 (d) 16877
Express 52 as a product of its prime factors 
2 x 2 x 13 (b) 2 x 3 x 3 x 5 (c) 2 x 3 x 7 (d) 2 x 3 x 5 

When long hand is pointing to three and short hand points to twelve. What is the time? 
quarter past 12 (b) quarter to 12 (c) half past 3 (d) 3 O'clock 

Find the missing number in: 4/5 x 80 = (a) 100 (b) 64 (c) 17 (d) 21 
A tank contains 301.72L of oil. Another tank contains 150.04L and the third tank contains 120.00L. What is the total oil in the three tanks (a) 

The perimeter of the rectangle shown below is __________ 
 (a) 24cm (b) 12cm (c) 48cm (d) 108cm 


What is one-quarter of a year? (a) 6months (b) 4 months (c) 3 months (d) 2months 
Cube and cuboid has ___________ edges and _________ faces 
(a) 8edges & 12 faces (b) 12edges & 6 faces (c) 6edges & 6faces (d) 8edges & 6faces 

Section B: Theory 
Add 75sec to 80sec
b.) Calculate the perimeter of a square whose side is 9cm 
Draw a clock showing 25minutes to 4 
b.) How many lines of symmetry has the following shapes? 
Equilateral Triangle _____________ (iii) Rectangle ___________________
Trapezium _______________ (iv) Square __________________
Take-away 59kg 736g from 78kg 172g 
b.) Convert 32m to centimeters 
Express MMDXLIV in numerals 
b.) The four cardinal points are: ____________, ___________, ___________ and ___________
The table below shows the number of pupils in I.B.B.S by classes 
Class
1
2
3
4
5
6

Number of Pupils
40
50
45
35
30
20


Draw a bar graph to represent the information 
 


ISLAND BUILDERS BAPTIST SCHOOL
(NURSERY & PRIMARY)
15, TAPA STREET, OFF FREEMAN, LAGOS.

THIRD TERM PROMOTIONAL EXAMINATION 2018
CLASS: PRIMARY 4 SUBJECT: QUANTITATIVE REASONING
NAME:……………………………………………………………………………………

Section A:
Sample: 4 x 3 (4 x 3) – 2 5 x 6 (5 x 6) – 2
         12 – 2 = 10 30 – 2 = 28             
7 x 9 

20 x 5 

 9 x 9 

Section B: Coding System
The word PRESIDENT is represented by the number 123465378
Examples: DENT = 5378 837 = TEN 

4.) PRESENT = ______________________________
5.) TENDER = _______________________________
6.) 2 3 4 6 5 3 = __________________________
7.) 1 2 3 4 4 = ____________________________
Section C: 
Samples: C * A = C – A
      2

  16 * 4 = 16 – 4 
      2

   = 12/2 = 6  

8.) 13 * 5 = (10.) 6 * 5 = 



9.) 25 * 13 = 




Section D: Use the diagram below to answer the following questions 
The diagram shows the numbers of pupils that like Maths only, English only, Science only, both Maths and Science, Maths and English, English and Science and the three subjects 

How many pupils like Maths only __________________
How many pupils like the three subjects ______________
The total number of pupils that like English is ______________
How many pupils like Maths and English only ________________
How many pupils are in the class altogether? ______________
What is the total number of pupils that like English only, Maths only and 
Science only?____________
What is the difference between the number of pupils that offered only English to
only Maths?______________

Section E: Number Series
Samples: 


     (19.) (20.)




Section F: Common Ratio
Sample: 
          


      (22.)




23.) (24.)         







Section G: Tables and Charts


A
B
C
D
E

G
1
7
5
2
3

H
3
4
2
5
1

I
4
7
6
6
7

j
8
9
8
9
8


Samples: Ga 1 Hc 2
Jd 9 Ga + Gb 1 + 7 = 8/2 = 4
      Gd 2
Use the chart above to answer the question below
                    
25.) Hb x Ie
    Ie 

26.) Ha + Hb – He 
 

27.) Ja ÷ Je  

Section H: 
Samples: 







28.) (29.) (30.)











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