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Social Studies Questions and Answers - Class 7 End of Term 1 Exams 2022 Set 1

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QUESTIONS

kimo area map

Study the map of Kimo area above and use it to answer questions 1 to 7.

  1. The settlement pattern in Kimo area is known as;
    1. nucleated
    2. linear
    3. dispersed
    4. clustered
  2. Milk factory, tea factory and ginnery found in the map are examples of; 
    1. manufacturing industries
    2. processing industries
    3. service industries
    4. secondary industries
  3. People in Kimo area worship on;
    1. Saturday
    2. Sunday
    3. Friday
    4. Thursday
  4. Kimo area is likely to be a;
    1. District
    2. Division
    3. County
    4. Location
  5. What do we call the feature formed by the river as it enters the mouth?
    1. Confluence
    2. Tributary
    3. Delta
    4. Estuary
  6. Which one of the following economic activities is not carried out in Kimo area?
    1. Fishing
    2. Lumbering
    3. Trading
    4. Crop farming 
  7. Kimo area slopes towards;
    1. North East
    2. South East
    3. North West
    4. South West
  8. The following lakes are found on the floor of the Rift valley except;
    1. L. Natron
    2. L. Naivasha
    3. L. Eyasi
    4. L. Kyoga
  9. During the pre-colonial period, the Ameru were ruled by;
    1. council of elders
    2. kings
    3. chief
    4. concensus
  10. Which one of the following is the main reason why cultural artefacts should be preserved?
    1. They are made using modem technology
    2. They are more durable than modern things
    3. They help us in reminding us about our culture
    4. They were made a long time ago

Use the diagram below to answer questions 11 and 12.
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  1. The above diagram shows the formation of
    1. Block mountain
    2. Rift valley
    3. Corrie lakes
    4. Fold mountains
  2. Name the part marked S;
    1. ridges.
    2. ranges
    3. escarpment
    4. inselberg
  3. The following skills were taught to children in the past. Which one was taught through apprenticeship?
    1. Ironsmelting
    2. Collecting firewood
    3. Herding animals
    4. Fetching water
  4. Which country below is correctly matched with its capital city?
    1. Djibout - Asmara
    2. Uganda - Kampala
    3. Tanzania - Dar-es-Salaam
    4. South Sudan-Khartoum 
  5. Who among the following pairs of leaders collaborated with the Europeans?
    1. Nabongo Mumia and Mekatilili
    2. Kabaka Mwanga and Koitalel Arap Samoci
    3. Kabaka Mutesa and Oloibon Lenana
    4. Mekatilili and chief Mkwawa
  6. In the Buganda kingdom, the Prime minister was known as;
    1. Omulamuzi
    2. Katikiro
    3. Bataka
    4. kabaka

Use the diagram below to answer questions 17 and 18
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  1. The above diagram shows the formation of
    1. sea brecze
    2. land breeze
    3. orographic rainfall
    4. cyclonic rainfall
  2. The following Eastern African towns are likely to experience the above occurrence except;
    1. Jinja
    2. Mombasa
    3. Addis Ababa
    4. Kisumu
  3. Which one of the following cases represents a representative democracy?
    1. Few people are chosen to make decisions
    2. All individuals are involved in decision making
    3. All people vote on a popular issue
    4. No one is allowed to make decision on behalf of another 
  4. Which one of the following countries does not neighbour Eastern Africa?
    1. South Africa
    2. DRC
    3. Libya
    4. Egypt 
  5. The first president of Tanganyika was known as;
    1. Jomo Kenyatta
    2. Haile Selassie
    3. John Maghufuli
    4. Julius Nyerere
  6. The following are uses of diatomite. Which one is not. It is used to make;
    1. water filters
    2. toothpaste
    3. heat insulators
    4. hospital platers
  7. The main tourist attraction along the coast of Kenya and Tanzania is,
    1. Wildlife
    2. Sundy beaches
    3. Historical sites
    4. People's culture
  8. The following are bantu communities found in Uganda. Which one is not?
    1. Batoro
    2. Buganda
    3. Abagusii
    4. Banyankole
  9. Munga wants to vie for a scat as an MCA in his ward. Which one of the following is not one of the qualifications he should have?
    1. Be very rich
    2. Be 18 years and above
    3. Be a registered voter
    4. Be of sound mind
  10. Which one of the following cattle breeds is not likely to be found in Kongwa ranch?
    1. Aberdeen Angus
    2. Charolais
    3. Galloway
    4. Freshian 
  11. When the river-lake Nilotes len South Sudan, they first settled at in Northern Uganda before moving to their present homelands?
    1. Shungwaya
    2. Kampala
    3. Pubungu Pakwach
    4. Bahrel-Gazal 
  12. Which one of the following countries lie wholly to the South of the equator?
    1. Uganda
    2. Tanzania
    3. Djibouti
    4. Somalia 
  13. European powers scrambled for colonies in Eastern Africa for all the following reasons except;
    1. to continue with slave trade
    2. to search for raw materials
    3. to get a market for their finished goods
    4. to get a place to settle their surplus capital
  14. Which one of the following is not a national philosophy?
    1. Harambee
    2. African socialism
    3. Nyayoism
    4. Punguza mizigo
  15. The following are members of the national assembly except;
    1. 47 elected woman representatives
    2. 12 members nominated by political parties
    3. 16 women nominated by political parties
    4. 1 speaker
  16. The road sign below means,
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    1. bumps ahead
    2. road narrows
    3. no entry
    4. round about ahead
  17. Which one of the following rivers is not a tributary of R. Nile?
    1. R. Albara
    2. Blue Nile
    3. R. Omo
    4. R. Sabat 
  18. The main problem facing inland fishing in L. Victoria is; 
    1. poor transport network
    2. lack of refrigeration facilities
    3. growth of water weeds
    4. dispute over fishing grounds
  19. Which community below did not settle in Tanzania after migration from the Congo Basin?
    1. Wanyamwezi
    2. Pokomo
    3. Wasukuma
    4. Waluguru 
  20. The weather instrument below is known as;
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    1. barometer
    2. anemometer
    3. windvane
    4. windsock
  21. Which one of the following hoxes consists only of imports into Eastern Africa?
    1. Motor vehicles
      Fertilizers
      Medicines
    2. Tea
      Flowers
      Coffee
    3. Soda ash
      Foot wear
      Flowers
    4. Gold
      Copper
      Tea
  22. Which one of the following lakes below was formed through downwarping?
    1. L. Victoria
    2. L. Tana
    3. L. Kanyaboli
    4. L. Paradise
  23. The following wore functions of the clans in traditional African societies. Which one is not
    1. Settling disputes among the members
    2. Punishing the law breakers
    3. Assisted members during the time of bereavement 
    4. Looked for marriage partners for their youth

Use the map below to answer the Questions that follow.
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  1. The country marked A is known as;
    1. Sudan
    2. Eritrea
    3. Djibouti
    4. South Sudan 
  2. People who followed route B during their migration are likely to be;
    1. Nyamwezi
    2. Wasukuma
    3. Luo
    4. Ngoni
  3. Which one of the following reasons best explains why country C remains dry most times of the year?
    1. Its Coastline is parallel to the winds 
    2. It is close to the Indian Ocean 
    3. It's big in size
    4.  It is crossed by the Equator
  4. Lake T on the map is famous for the production of__fish.
    1. tilapia
    2. trout
    3. dagaa
    4. mullet
  5. Which one of the following statements is pot trde about the country marked Q?
    1. It was not colonized
    2. It is a major producer of coffee
    3. English is the National language
    4. Its head of state is a prime minister 
  6. The following mountains were formed by faulting and uplifting except;
    1. Mt. Ruwenzori
    2. Pare mountains
    3. Mau ranges
    4. Mt. Ras Dashan
  7. Miombo Woodland in central Tanzania in spansely populated mainly because;
    1. It is reserved for wildlife
    2. it is extremely hot and dry
    3. it is tsetse fly infested
    4. poor roads and railway network
  8. The headquarters of the Inter-Governmental Authority on Development (IGAD) are found at;
    1. Djibouti
    2. Arusha
    3. Addis Ababa
    4. Nairobi 
  9. In which year was Kenya declared a British protectorate?
    1. 1920
    2. 1895
    3. 1905
    4. 1885 
  10. The cheapest method of preserving food is by:
    1. salting
    2. refrigeration 
    3. canning
    4. sun drying
  11. During a general election, the person in charge of elections in a polling station is known as;
    1. presiding officer
    2. returning officer
    3. polling clerk
    4. IEBC chairman 
  12. In the Nyamwezi chiefdom, the person who collected taxes from traders and trespassers was known as;
    1. Mkwale
    2. Minule
    3. Mteko
    4. Kikoma 
  13. Which one of the following is not an importance of the constitution?
    1. Promotes political instability in Kenya
    2. Guarantees the rights and freedoms of citizens
    3. Enables Kenyans to live in harmony
    4. States how the people should be governed
  14. Which one of the following National parks is correctly matched with the country where it is located?
    1. Omo - Sudan
    2. Ruaha - Uganda
    3. Sibiloi - Ethiopia
    4. Serengeti - Tanzania
  15. The following are examples of marine fish except;
    1. tuna
    2. snappers
    3. dagaa
    4. sardines
  16. The following are positive effects of colonial rule in Kenya except:
    1. introduction of formal education
    2. introduction of African native reserves
    3. introduction of modern medicine
    4. improvement of infrastructure 
  17. The following are facts about an African leader
    1. He maintained the independence of his count 
    2. He abolished slavery in his country 
    3. He participated in the formation of OAU
    4. He was the last emperor in his country
      The leader discussed is;
      1. Julius Nyerere
      2. Haile Selassie
      3. Kabaka Mutesa II
      4. Jomo Kenyatta 
  18. Which box below consists only of the rivers that drains in the Indian ocean?
    1. Nile
      Tana
      Sabaki
    2. Tana
      Sabaki
      Wami
    3. Pangani
      Nile
      Juba
    4. Nzoia
      Tana
      Kerio
  19. In Kenya, it is the duty of the_ to maintain law and order.
    1. Judiciary
    2. Parliament
    3. National police service
    4. President
  20. Which one of the following countries is not a member of East African Community (EAC)?
    1. Ethiopia
    2. Rwanda
    3. Kenya
    4. Tanzania
  21. The early visitor to Eastern Africa who started cloves plantation and slave trade along the Coast is;
    1. John Speke
    2. Dr. David Livingstone
    3. Ludwig Krapf
    4. Seyyid Said

C.R.E

  1. What did God do after creating the world and everything in it?
    1. He rose again
    2. He cursed the creation
    3. He died
    4. He rested
  2. Esau wanted to kill his brother Jacob mainly because;
    1. Jacob had taken his blessings
    2. Jacob was loved by his mother
    3. Esau hated Jacob
    4. Esau wanted to take Jacob's wealth 
  3. The angel of death did not kill the Israelite firstborn males because
    1. they defended themselves
    2. they were leaving Egypt that night
    3. they had obeyed God's command
    4. there was darkness over Egypt 
  4. Noah built the ark mainly because;
    1. he wanted to save his family
    2. he was instructed to do so by God
    3. he was a wealthy man
    4. he wanted to become famous
  5. Who among the following kings of Israel was a shepherd?
    1. David
    2. Saul
    3. Solomon
    4. Jeroboam
  6. Which one of the following is the third book in the Old testament.
    1. Exodus
    2. Deutronomy
    3. Numbers
    4. Leviticus
  7. Who among the following was the forerunner of Jesus Christ?
    1. John the baptist
    2. Prophet Isaiah
    3. Simon Peter
    4. Angel Gabriel
  8. On the Pentecost day, the disciples spoke in tongues because;
    1. they were filled with the Holy Spirit
    2. they had come from different tribes
    3. they were instructed to do so
    4. they were God's chosen people 
  9. Who among the following prophets announced the birth of Jesus in Bethlehem?
    1. Jeremiah
    2. Isaiah
    3. Hosca
    4. Micali
  10. Which one of the following activities in African Traditional Societies marked transition from childhood to adulthood? 
    1. Initiation
    2. Naming 
    3. Birth
    4. Marriage 
  11. After the death of Moses, the Israelites mourned him for days.
    1. 40
    2. 120
    3. 20
    4. 30
  12. From the story of David and Jonathan we learn that we should:
    1. envy others
    2. practice nepotism
    3. betray others
    4. be faithful to one another 
  13. Which one of the following is a gift of the Holy spirit?
    1. Love
    2. Peace
    3. Kindness
    4. Preaching and teaching 
  14. During famine African Traditional Communities prayed to God as their;
    1. defender
    2. multiplier
    3. protector
    4. provider
  15. After initiation youths were expected to;
    1. worship God
    2. go for war
    3. start a clan
    4. marry or get married 
  16. The father of Gideon was;
    1. Manoah
    2. Abimelech
    3. Tola
    4. Joash 
  17. The parable of the prodigal son teaches about;
    1. second coming of Christ 
    2. being ready always
    3. praying always
    4. repentance and forgiveness 
  18. Which one of the following qualities of leadership was mainly shown by David when he killed Goliath?
    1. Courage
    2. Honesty
    3. Faithfulness
    4. Humility 
  19. From the Apostle's creed, we learn that Jesus is;
    1. a saviour
    2. a judge
    3. our father
    4. our Lord
  20. The two disciples of Jesus whom He met after His resurrection were on their way to
    1. Emmaus
    2. Jerusalem
    3. Jericho
    4. Bethlehem 
  21. At Joppa, apostle Peter,
    1. raised Tabitha to life
    2. healed a crippled beggar
    3. healed Aeneas
    4. raised Lazarus to life
  22. Which disciple was stoned to death because of his faith in Jesus?
    1. John
    2. Stephen
    3. Andrew
    4. Peter 
  23. Which gift was brought to Jesus by the wisemen that shows priesthood?
    1. Gold
    2. Frankincense
    3. Silver
    4. Myrrh 
  24. Which two people were filled with Holy spirit and chosen by God to design the covenant box?
    1. Peter and Andrew
    2. Paul and Silas
    3. Bezalel and Oholiab
    4. Philip and Stephen 
  25. Which value is not required when breaking bread?
    1. Love
    2. Unity
    3. Humility
    4. Hatred 
  26. The second Passover meal for the Israelites was celebrated in;
    1. Egypt
    2. Canaan
    3. Midian
    4. Wilderness 
  27. Who among the following did not die?
    1. Moses
    2. Jesus
    3. Elijah
    4. Stephen 
  28. What was the main virtue that was taught to the young people by the old people?
    1. Kindness
    2. Joy
    3. Obedience
    4. Wisdom 
    5. Why do Christians respect the churches today?
    6. They are clean
    7. They are sacred places
    8. Many people go there
    9. It is the best place to be 
  29. Christians should not condemn people living with HIV/AIDs in the society mainly because;
    1. it affects the whole society
    2. they should show love and compassion to them
    3. it is a painful disease
    4. anyone can get it

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