- The climate of North Western part of Mara Area is LIKELY to be
A. hot and dry.
B. cool and wet.
C. hot and wet.
D. cool and dry.
- The land in Mara area rises from
A. North to South.
B. North East to South West.
C. South West to North East.
D. East to West
- Which one of the following economic activities is NOT carried out in Mara area?
- Which one of the following is NOT true about Mara town?
A. It is an educational centre.
B. It is a communication centre.
C. It is a tourist centre.
D. It is a religious centre.
- What is the direction of the cattle dip from the saw mill?
A. South East.
B. South West.
C. North West.
D. North East.
- Mara area is LIKELY to be headed by
A. District Officer
B. District Commissioner
- What is the approximate length of the murram road?
- The MAIN reason for the migration of River Lake Nilotes was to
A. look for pasture and water for their animals.
B. look for fertile land.
C. escape from raids.
D. escape from diseases
- The following are functions of a clan. Which one is NOT?
A. Allocating land to individual families
B. Settling disputes.
C. Safeguarding the values of the clan.
D. Grabbing land from other communities.
- Which one of the following mountains was formed through faulting?
A. Mt. Cameroon.
B. Mt. Longonot.
C. Atlas mountains.
D. Usambara mountains.
- Which one group of people belong to Kwa speakers?
A. Wissa, Akwapim, Yoruba
B. Hausa, Tuareg, Kanuri.
C. Mossi, Dagomba. Gurma.
D. Mande, Malinke, Soninke.
- Which one of the following is NOT a fault lake?
A. Lake Manyara.
B. Lake Malawi.
C. Lake Kyoga.
D. Lake Edward.
- Which one of the following is NOT an artefact?
- The following are effects of migration in urban areas. Which one is NOT?
A. Increased crime.
B. Crowded streets.
C. Late marriages
D. Shortage of proper housing.
- Who among the following African leaders was NOT a founder member of Organisation of African Unity (OAU)?
A. Jomo Kenyatta.
B. Kwame Nkurumah
C. Julius Nyerere.
D Haile Selasie.
- The following are problems facing wildlife. Which one is NOT?
C. Promotion of cultural exchange.
- The following are duties of a head teacher. Which one is NOT?
A. Admitting new pupils in the school
B. Acts as secretary to the school committee.
C. Supervising work done by teachers.
D. Writes minutes during staff meeting
- The following are problems facing pastoral farming. Which one is NOT?
D. Heavy rainfall
- The following are countries which were colonized by Britain. Which one was NOT?
- Which one of the following is NOT true about the position of Kenya?
A. Kenya lies south of the equator.
B. Kenya lies to the West of Somalia.
C. Kenya lies to the South of Ethiopia,
D. Kenya lies to the East of Uganda
Use the map of Eastern Africa provided below to answer questions 21 – 24
- The lake marked B is
- The route marked K was used by ____ during migration
- The crop grown in the irrigation scheme marked S is
- The Gulf marked P is called
A. Gulf of Agulhas.
B. Gulf of Arabia
C. Gulf of Aden.
D. Gulf of Blanco
- The following are uses of copper. Which one is NOT?
A. It is used as a symbol of wealth.
B. It is used to make coins.
C. It is used in making ornaments
D. It is used in making motor vehicle radiators.
- The following are effects of soil erosion on human activities. Which one is NOT?
A. It leads to poor crop yields.
B It leads to increased food production
C. It leads to silting of dams.
D. It leads to poor pastures.
- Which one of the following is NOT an effect of drug abuse?
A. Leads to poor health
B. Leads to increased diseases.
C. It leads to social instability.
D. It leads to economic development in the nation.
- Which of the following is the highest court in Kenya?
A. Court of Appeal.
B. Supreme Court.
C. High Court.
D. Court martial
- The following are negative effects of settler farming. Which one is NOT?
A. Exploitation of Africans.
B. Creation of African reserves.
C. Introduction of exotic breeds.
D. Problem of squatters.
- The following are rivers that drain their water into the Atlantic Ocean. Which one does NOT?
- The following are members of SADC. Which one is NOT?
- Below are characteristics of an African leader
i) He was the first African president to retire voluntarily
ii) He used poetry to spread information about the importance of African culture and values
iii) He led his country to independence.
iv) He represented his people in the French government
The referred leader above was
A. Nelson Mandela.
B. Kwame Nkurumah.
C. Leopold Senghor.
D. Haille Sellasie.
- Who is the chairman of the County Executive Committee?
A. Speaker of the county
B. Deputy Governor.
- Which among the following is NOT an electric media?
D. Mobile phone.
- The following are early visitors to Eastern Africa. Who is NOT correctly matched?
A. Karl Peters-Trader
B. Joseph Thompson-Explorer
C. Ludwig Krapf – Explorer
D. Vasco da Gama-Trader
- The following are contribution of fishing to the
economy of Africa. Which one is NOT?
A. It is a source of food.
B. It has led to the growth of towns.
C. It is a source of income.
D. It has led to overfishing
Use the map of Africa below to answer questions 37 – 40
- The mountains marked A was formed through
- The town marked B is LIKELY to be
- The current marked C has led to the development of
A. Sahara Desert.
B. Namib Desert.
C. Nubian Desert
D. Kalahari Desert.
- The winds marked D bring rainfall in ____ type of climate.
- The following are types of democracy. Which one is NOT?
A. Appointed democracy.
B. Direct democracy
C. Delegative democracy.
D. Liberal democracy.
- Which one of the following is TRUE about crater lakes?
A. They are salty.
B. They were formed through erosion
C. They were formed through volcanicity,
D. They were formed through faulting
- Which one of the following is NOT a dairy cow?
A. Guernsey. B. Jersey
C. Friesian. D. Hereford
- The following are members of (Inter Governmental Authority on Development (IGAD) Which is NOT?
- Which one of the following is TRUE about horticultural farming in Switzerland?
A. Few green houses are used in cultivation
B. Little mechanization is used in the production of crops.
C. There is inadequate capital to scientifically managed the farms.
D. Production is highly mechanized.
- The following are Service Industries. Which one is NOT?
A. Petroleum refining
C. Motor vehicle repairing.
- The following are problems facing inland fishing in Eastern Africa. Which one is NOT?
A. Lack of refrigeration
B. Use of harmful chemicals.
C. Use of fishing methods.
- The following communities resisted European colonial rule. Who did NOT?
- Which one of the following is NOT a cause of lawlessness?
C. Religious differences
D. Social and economic interaction.
- The time in Accra 0o is 6.00a.m. What will be the time in Nairobi 30o?
A. 8.00 am
B. 4.00 am
C. 8.00 p.m
D. 4.00 pm
- Who among the following officers is appointed by the President?
A. Chief Justice
C. Woman representative.
- The following are ways of resolving conflicts. Which one is NOT?
- The following are conditions favouring the growth of a crop.
i) High humidity
ii) Deep fertile soils.
iii) Plenty of rainfall
iv) High temperatures.
The crop described above is
- The following are problems facing poultry farming. Which one does NOT?
A. Competition from imported eggs and meat
B. High demand for eggs
C. High cost of feeds
D. Lack of skills and knowledge.
- Which one of the following is NOT true about settler farming?
A. Settler farmers introduced cash crop farming in Kenya.
B. Settler farmers introduced exotic breeds of cattle.
C. Settler farming led to development of urban centres.
D. Settler farmers introduced farming in Kenya
- Who among the following is NOT a member of the Independent and Boundaries Commission (IEBC)?
A. A chairperson
B. A vice-Chairperson
C. A secretary Appointed by the Commission
D. A Member of Parliament.
- The following are National Philosophies in Kenya. Which one is NOT?
A. African socialism.
D. National Anthem.
- The following are organs of the Kenya Defence Forces. Which one is NOT?
A. Kenya Army
B. Kenya Navy.
C. Anti-Stock Theft Unit.
D. Kenya Airforce.
- Which one of the vegetation is found in MOST parts of Democratic Republic of Congo?
D. Temperate Grassland.
- Which one of the following is NOT a latitude?
A. Arctic Circle
B. Antarctic Circle.
C. International date line.
SECTION II: CHRISTIAN RELIGIOUS EDUCATION
- From the Biblical stories of creation in Genesis 1 and 2 God created Adam and Eve to_____
A. build places of Worship
B. offer gifts to him.
C. care for environment.
D. eat fruit of garden
- The MAIN reason Noah built the Ark was
A. fulfil God's will
B. worship God there.
C. keep the animals.
D. hide his family.
- Leave your country, your relatives and your father's home and go to the land that I am going to show you Genesis 12:1. God spoke these words to
- The two disciples whom Jesus met on the way to Emmaus were
A. Peter and John.
B. Andrew and James.
C. Cleopas and Simon.
D. Thomas and Judas
- What was Saul going to do in Damascus?
A. Meet with Ananias
B. Persecute believers.
C. Be baptized
D. Meet with gentiles
- God punished the people during the time of Noah by sending
- During the Passover night the Israelites were to eat bitter herbs to show
A. their painful life in Egypt.
B. that they were God's people.
C. that God was with them.
D. their readiness to leave Egypt.
- Jeremiah refused to accept the call to become a prophet of God because he felt he was
A. too young
B. too busy
C. physically weak.
D. a sinful man.
- Who among the following were NOT specialists in traditional African Society?
- Which one of the following statements is TRUE about Ananias and Sapphira
A. they were stoned to death
B. lived in Nazareth
C. performed miracles
D. were dishonest.
- Which one of the following beliefs about God is found in both traditional African communities and in the Apostles Creed? God
A. is the creator
B. is three in one
C. lives in caves.
D. is father of Jesus
- After assisting his mother with kitchen work, Tom realizes that he was free and had some extra time. As a Christian the BEST way to spend it is
A. visiting his friends.
B visiting an orphan
C. reading story books.
D. watching films.
- The father of Esau and Jacob was
- Prophet Elijah told the Shunamite woman that she was going to have a son because she
A. had asked for a miracle
B. was a hardworking woman.
C. was a kind person.
D. was a famous person
- From the story King Solomon the best gift one can ask God for is
- The following are elements of prayer. Which one is NOT?
A. Praising our God.
B. Kneeling down
C. Giving thanks.
D. Confessing sins.
- When did the two disciples on their way to Emmaus recognise the risen Christ?
A. When he broke bread and gave them to eat
B. When he made them understand the scriptures about the Messiah.
C. After feeding the five thousand people.
D. When he calmed the storm.
- A tenth of what we have which we give to God is called
A. an offering
B. a wave offering.
C. a tithe
D. a Sacrifice.
- Which two disciples were sent by Jesus to make ready for Lord's supper?
A. Peter and John.
B. Peter and James.
C. James and John
D. Philip and James.
- King David of Israel had several achievements. Which of the following achievements was the MAIN one?
A. Defeating the Philistines and other enemies of Israel.
B. He brought the Ark of Covenant to Jerusalem.
C. He made Jerusalem his capital.
D. Uniting the tribes of Israel.
- Which miracle shows that Jesus heals both physical and spiritual illness
A. raising Jairus daughter.
B. curing the paralytic man
C. healing the centurion's servant.
D. feeding of 5,000 men.
- Moses led the children of Israel out of the land of Egypt to Canaan. The journey is usually called
- Which one of the following is NOT an effect of sexual misuse?
A. Giving birth to twins.
- He took back the thirty coins, the amount the people of Israel had agreed to pay him, and used the money to buy the potter's field, (Mathew 27:9-10) Who among the following people had been given this money?
A. Annas, the chief priest.
B. Caiaphas the High priest.
C. Pontius Pilate.
D. Judas Iscariot.
- The boat from which Jesus preached belonged to Simon Peter. How did Jesus reward him for having let him use the best?
A. A good catch of fish.
B. With a gold coin.
C. Was appointed as a deacon.
D. Chose him as his disciple.
- Jesus showed triumph over pain and suffering through
A. His death on the cross
B. His resurrection
C. Raising Lazarus
D. Washing the feet of the disciples.
- Naming as a rite of passage in Traditional African society had several significances. It helped the community to
A. worship the dead.
B. bear more children.
C. remember the dead.
D. worship their God.
- Which one of the following beliefs is found in both Traditional African religion and Christianity?
A. God made neither man nor woman.
B. Jesus is our creator
C. There is life after death.
D. Satan has equal power with God.
- Which one of the following is a common belief about life after death in Christianity and Traditional African Religion?
A. Evil people go to hell.
B. People live forever.
C. Marriage take place.
D. Good people go to heaven.
- Angela's parents died of AIDS. She had performed very well in the K.C.P.E, but she cannot go to secondary school and her uncle is advising her to marry a rich man. As a Christian, what would you advice her to do?
A. To report the matter to the community elders.
B. To run away from home.
C. To marry a pastor.
D. To consult the medicine man at night.
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