Exam Questions – Second Term Examination Security Education Basic 7 (JSS 1)

Last Updated on February 25, 2021 by Alabi M. S.

 

CRN INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL 

SECURITY EDUCATION 

RELIGION AND NATIONAL VALUES 

SECOND TERM EXAMINATION 

JUNIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL – SS 1

 

 

SECTION A — OBJECTIVES

Answer all questions.

 

1 . The act of not saying the truth is referred to _________________________.

 

2 Theft means __________________________________________________.

 

3 The following are the effects of falsehood except_________________________.

{a} loss of respect

{b} trustworthy

{c} loss of help

{d} armed robbery

 

4 The causes of falsehood include all but _________________________.

 

{a} honour

{b} fear of punished

{c} greed

{d} lack of God”s fear

 

5 One of the causes of theft is _________________________.

 

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6 The deliberate killing of another person person without justification is _________________________.

{a} rape

{b} falsehood

{c} murder

{d} theft

 

7 One of the causes of murder is _________________________.

 

8 A sexual intercourse that takes place without the consent of the victim is _________________________.

 

9 One effect of rape is _________________________ on the victim.

{a} enjoyment

{b} suffer depression

 

 

{c} achievement

{d} good lesson.

 

10 Advanced fee fraud is _________________________.

{a} 418

{b} 319

{c} 519

{d} 419

 

11 A deliberate deception for personal gain or cause a loss to another party is _________________________.

{a} stealing

{b} theft

{c} fraud

{d} armed robbery.

 

12 _________________________ is an illegal conversion of another person’s money or property by a person.

{a} fraud

{b} 419

{c} Embezzlement

{d} Stealing

 

13 The act of belonging to a secret cult id called _________________________.

 

14 Excessive taking of drugs without doctor’s prescription is _________________________.

 

15 _________________________ is one of the causes of corruption.

 

16 Effects of bribery and corruption include all except _________________________.

{a} development

{b} unemployment

{c} poor economy

{d} poverty.

 

17 _________________________ refers to foods that are dangerous to one’s health if consumed.

 

18 The effects of contaminated foods include all but _________________________.

{a} sickness

{b} economic loss

 

 

{c} good living

{d} death

 

19 Fake drugs are _________________________.

 

20 The security agency that maintains peace is _________________________.

 

 

SECTION B — THEORY

ANSWER FOUR{4} QUESTIONS IN ALL

 

QUESTION 1

a. Explain four (4) causes of falsehood.

 

b. State three{3} effects of falsehood.

 

QUESTION 2

a. Briefly explain four (4) causes of fraud.

 

b. List four{4} effects of fraud.

 

QUESTION 3

a.  Explain four (4) causes of bribery and corruption.

 

b. Highlight four (4) effects of bribery and corruption.

 

QUESTION 4

a. Define the following:

 

 

(I) banned food items.

(ìí)  contaminated food items.

 

b Outline three (3) effects of contaminated food.

 

QUESTION 5

a What is fake drugs?

 

b List three (3) effects of dealing in fake drugs.

 

c In what three (3) ways can one relate with security agencies?

 

Best of Luck 

 

 

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