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Use the map of Tira area to answer questions 1-7.

  1. The direction of Eloe market from the hills is;
    1. North West
    2. South West
    3. North East
    4. South East
  2. The main source of water for domestic use in Tita area is
    1. from the hills
    2. rain water
    3. from the swamp
    4. from the lake
  3. The reason why the road around the forest is winding is: 
    1. to avoid disrupting the flow of the river
    2. that the area is hilly 
    3. to shorten the distance
    4. to create space for tea growing
  4. Worshippers in Tita area are likely to attend religion services on;
    1. Sunday
    2. Friday
    3. Thursday
    4. Saturday
  5. The following economic activities are practised in
    Tita area except:
    1. lumbering
    2. mining
    3. farming
    4. tourism
  6. The settlement scheme in South Western part of Tita can be described as;
    1. sparsely populated
    2. densely populated
    3. clustered
    4.  linear
  7. Which one of the following is the MAIN economic importance of the game reserve in Tita Area? 
    1. It keeps endangered animal species
    2. It attracts tourists
    3. It has led to improvement of infrastructure
    4. It has led to development of agricultural activities
  8. Which one of the following groups consists of the Highland Nilotes of Eastern Africa? 
    1. Sebei, Kipsigis, Marakwet
    2. Nandi, Elgeyo, Alur
    3. Iteso, Shilluk, Pokot
    4. Acholi, Waarusha, Tugen
  9. Which one of the following statements is NOT true about the rotation of the earth?
    1. The earth rotates in an anticlockwise direction from West to East
    2. Rotation of the earth causes day and night
    3. It takes the earth 24 hours to complete one rotation.
    4. The earth's rotation causes different seasons
  10. Below is a description of the conditions required or the growth of a certain crop in Africa;
    1. high temperatures of between 20°C -28°C
    2. deep well-drained fertile soils
    3. a warm dry period before harvesting 
    4. hot and wet climate
      The above are conditions that are suitable for the growth of;
      1. coffee
      2. tea
      3. cloves
      4.  bananas
  11. Who among the following early visitors not a trader?
    1. Carl Peters
    2. Seyyid Said
    3. John Speke
    4. William Mackinnon
  12. The following are some African traditional leaders:
    1. Nabongo Mumia
    2. Oloibon Lenana
    3. Karuri wa Gakure
    4. Lewanika of the Lozi
      Which one of the following is a similarity among the above leaders?
      1. They opposed colonial rule in their territories
      2. They led an armed resistance against British colonial rule 
      3. They took the British colonialists as their good friends
      4. They fled from their territories when the British arrived
  13. All the following are ways in which members with special needs in the society can be treated equally as members of the society except;
    1. providing equal opportunities for them
    2. building positive attitudes about them
    3. preventing them from mixing with other people in public
    4. creating a friendly environment for them
  14. According to the constitution, a foreign lady married to a Kenyan man may become a Kenyan citizen if she; 
    1. applies for Kenyan citizenship
    2. obeys the laws of the land
    3. takes good care of her family
    4. lives in Kenya for more than ten years
  15. Below are four communities found in Eastern Africa;
    1. Baganda
    2. Wanyamwezi
    3. Abagusii
    4.  Agikuyu
      Which one of the following statements is pot true about the communities listed above?
      1. They migrated in search of fertile land for cultivation
      2. They belong to the same language group
      3. They used the same route during their migration  to Eastern Africa
      4. They migrated to Eastern Africa from a common origin
  16. Which one of the following mountains was formed as a result of faulting?
    1. Ruwenzori mountains
    2. Mount Meru
    3. Atlas mountains
    4. Cameroon mountains
  17. Which one of tho following prominent African leaders was not part of the founders of the OAU
    1. Haille Selassie
    2. Julius Nyerere
    3. Kwame Nkrumah
    4. Jomo Kenyatta
  18. The diagram below shows the formation of a lake. Which one of the following lakes was formed through the process shown below?
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    1. Lake Teleki
    2. Lake Jipe
    3. Lake Kyoga 
    4. Lake Tana
  19. Which one of the following pairs of countries were colonised by Germany during the scramble for Africa?
    1. Algeria and Tunisia 
    2. Mozambique and Malawi
    3. Cameroon and Zimbabwe
    4. Tanganyika and Cameroon
  20. Which one of the following is a manufacturing industry?
    1. Milk factory in Naivasha
    2. The fruit canning industry in Thika
    3. The sugarcane milling in Mumias
    4. The cement factory at Bamburi
  21. Which one of the following groups consists of fresh water lakes in Kenya?
    1. Nakuru, Magadi
    2. Turkana, Baringo
    3. Naivasha, Nakuru
    4. Elementaita, Naivasha
  22. Which one of the following is the BEST way of controlling gulley erosion?
    1. Planting trees
    2. Digging terraces
    3. Constructing gabions
    4. Applying mulches
  23. Which one of the following is the MAIN line of longitude?
    1. The Arctic circle
    2. The Greenwich Meridian
    3. The Tropic of Cancer
    4. The Tropic of Capricorn
  24. Traditional cultural artefacts are preserved in the museums mainly to;
    1. earn foreign exchange
    2. encourage trade
    3. create jobs in the country
    4. help us to learn how people lived in the past
  25. Below are statements describing the vegetation of a certain climatic region,
    1. plants have deep roots 
    2. plants have thick and wary barks
    3. plants have needle-like leaves
      The vegetation described above is found in the;
      1. desert climate
      2. equitorial climate
      3. tropical climate
      4. mediterranean climate
  26. During the pre-colonial period, the Ameru were ruled by, 
    1. a council of elders 
    2. a king
    3. a chief
    4. an emperor
  27. Which one of the following is an economic reason for the scramble for and partition of Africa?
    1. To spread Christianity
    2. Search for market for European industrial goods
    3. As a show of power
    4. To settle surplus population
  28. The problem of road accidents in Kenya can best be solved by;
    1. jailing traffic offenders for life
    2. cancelling driving licences for careless motorists
    3. educating road users on how to use the roads wisely
    4. coming up with very strict traffic laws
  29. Who were the Wanyampahala in the Wanyamwezi chiefdom?
    1. The council of elders
    2. The chiefs
    3. The priests
    4. The mercenary soldiers
  30. Which one of the following countries is NOT a member of SADC?
    1. Lesotho
    2. Congo
    3. Namibia
    4. Angola
  31. Below is a description of a town in Eastern Africa;
    1. it is the headquarter of a continental organization
    2. it was founded and named by one leader as the new flower 
    3. it is the capital city of a country 
    4. it is located in the central part of the country
      The town described above is likely to be;
      1. Addis Ababa
      2. Dodoma
      3. Dar-es-Salaam
      4. Arusha

Use the map below to answer questions 32 to 33.
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  1. The Island country marked F is most likely to be;
    1. Comoros
    2. Madagascar
    3. Mauritius
    4. Cape Verde
  2. Which one of the following statements is NOT correct about the ocean current marked E?
    1. It is a cold current
    2. It originates from the South pole 
    3. It has influenced the Namib desert
    4. It causes heavy rainfall to the West African countries
  3. The tributary marked G is known as;
    1. Blue Nile
    2. Albara
    3. White Nile
    4. River Tana
  4. The climate experienced in the shaded region marriage marked H is;
    1. mediterrancan
    2. mountan climate
    3. temperate cliniate
    4. equitorial climate
  5. The most developed means of transport in Africa is;
    1. air transport
    2. railway transport
    3. water transport 
    4. road transport
  6. The Bantus who migrated into South Africa and later fled to Eastern and Central African respectively were;
    1. Ndebelo and Ngoni
    2. Ngoni and Ndebele 
    3. Zulus and Venda
    4. Venda and Zulu
  7. All the following are examples of lowland forests in Kenya except;
    1. Arabuko-Sokoke forests
    2. Mangrove forests
    3. Shimba hills
    4. Mau ranges
  8. Which one of the following has not led to the rapid industrial development of South Africa?
    1. Availability of variety of raw materials
    2. Availability of cheap labour
    3. Availability of sources of energy
    4. Availability of crude oil
  9. Which of the following statements describes direct democracy?
    1. Citizens must agree with what the government decides
    2. All citizens are involved in making decisions
    3. Citizens elect representatives to make decisions for them
    4. All decisions are made by the head of the state
  10. One of the results of the interaction between the Agikuyu and the Maasai during the pre-colonial period is that;
    1. the Agikuyu learnt the skills of crop farming from
    2. the Agikuyu intermarried with the Maasai
    3. Maasai borrowed the art of circumcision from
    4. the Maasai learnt the practise of cattle keeping
  11. Laibon Lenana collaborated with the British because he wanted;
    1. to acquire better breeds of cattle
    2. to be trained as a soldier
    3. to get support against his enemies
    4. his people to get Western education
  12. Who among the following members of the school management ensures that money is used properly?
    1. The sponsor
    2. The treasurer
    3. The chairman
    4. The headteacher
  13. Which of the following types of marriages allows a  man to marry up to four wives? 
    1. Islamic marriage
    2. Hindu marriage 
    3. Christian marriage
    4. Traditional
  14. Which one of the following types of industries has  existed in Kenya since the pre-colonial period? 
    1. Paper making
    2. leather making 
    3.  Fruit canning
    4. Cotton winning
  15. The green colour in the National Flag of Kenya  represents the; 
    1. peace enjoyed by the citizens
    2. rich agricultural land 
    3. beauty of the forest
    4. love for the country
  16. Which one of the following was a characteristic of  African education? 
    1. Songs were used as a method of teaching
    2. Children were allowed to choose what to learn
    3. Children started learning after initiation
    4. Parents avoided teaching their own children
  17. Which of the following activities is likely to weaken national unity in Kenya? 
    1. Amending the constitution 
    2. Employing relatives 
    3. Using a national language 
    4. Pardoning reformed prisoners
  18. Which of the following is a qualification for a person who wishes to be elected as a member of the  National Assembly in Kenya? One must;
    1. be a civil servant 
    2.  be a Kenyan by birth 
    3. be over 35 years of age
    4. be registered as a voter
  19. Jane, a standard 8 pupil was punished by her class teacher for arguing against some schools rules. Which one of the following fundamental freedoms was Jane denied? 
    1. Freedom of expression the Maasai
    2. Freedom of association
    3. Freedom of assembly
    4. Freedom of worship the Agikuyu
  20. Which one of the following is the main reason as to  why Kariba dam was built? from the Agikuyu
    1. To generate hydro-electric power 
    2. To control floods on R. Lambezi 
    3. To create a lake for fishing
    4. To provide water for irrigation
  21. Which one of the following groups of communities lives in West Africa?
    1. Ankole, Nuer, Banyoro 
    2. Zulu, Xhosa, Nyori
    3. Hausa, Soninke, Ashanti 
    4.  Amhara, Bemba, Berbers
  22. Which one of the following statements is true about assimilation used by French in Senegal?
    1. Africans refused to vote in general elections
    2. Africans became citizens of France 
    3. The French were made to learn African language
    4. The French appointed Africans to rule Senegal

Study the diagram below and use it to answer question 54
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  1. The diagram above illustrates the formation of;
    1. relief rainfall
    2. a land breeze
    3. a sea breeze
    4. convectional rainfall
  2. Which of the following pairs of lakes indicates fresh water lakes only?
    1. L. Magadi and L. Tanganyika
    2. L. Kyoga and L. Victoria
    3. L. Bogoria and L. Nakuru
    4. L. Naivasha and L. Elementatita
  3. The road sign below tells the motorists;
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    1. to give way 
    2. there is no way 
    3. the road is closed
    4. they cannot enter
  4. The political party that led Ghana to independence in 1957 was;
    1. Convention People's Party
    2. Muslims Liberation Party 
    3. Northern Front Movement Party
    4. United Gold Coast Convection
  5. Which one of the following African countries did NOT use armed struggle during their fight for independence?
    1. Mozambique
    2. Zimbabwe
    3. Kenya
    4. Ghana
  6. Who is the most senior officer in the judiciary?
    1. President
    2. Chairman
    3. Attorney General
    4. Chief Justice
  7. The major reason why people moved from one place to another in the past was;
    1. spirit of adventure
    2. diseases and pests
    3. war and raids
    4. search for pasture

PART II CHRISTIAN RELIGIOUS EDUCATIS

  1. Which one of the following was create on day of creation?
    1. Firmament
    2. Vegetation
    3. Birds
    4. Wild animals
  2. Who among the following people was not a son of Noah?
    1. Ham
    2. Seth
    3. Shem
    4. Japheth
  3. Moses' father-in-law lived in the land of;
    1. Canaan
    2. Haran
    3. Egypt
    4. Midian
  4. The main reason why the Isrealites celebrated the
    Passover in Egypt was to remember;
    1. the day they crossed the Red Sea
    2. the death of the Egyptians first borns
    3. their journey in the wilderness
    4.  their deliverance from slavery
  5. Which one of the following commandments teaches about respect for other people's property?
    1. Do not steal
    2. Do not accuse anyone falsely
    3. Do not commit adultery
    4. Do not commit murder
  6. King David broke all the following commandments except;
    1. do not commit murder
    2. do not commit adultery
    3. do not covet
    4. do not worship other god
  7. The son of the Shunamite woman was brought back to life by;
    1. Elijah
    2. Elisha
    3. Peter
    4. Jesus
  8. The prophet of God who was thrown into the den of lions also;
    1. was stoned to death
    2. ate wild honey and locusts
    3. prophesied that Jesus would be born in Israel
    4. read and interpreted the written script on the wall
  9. The prophet who ate scrolls and confessed that it was as sweet as honey was;
    1. Daniel
    2. Ezekiel
    3. Isaiah
    4. Jeremiah
  10. When Jesus was born, the first people to visit Him were;
    1. the shepherds
    2. the wise men
    3. Annah and Simeon
    4. the soldiers
  11. How did John the Baptist prepare the way for the long awaited Messiah?
    1. Preaching to the people to change their ways of life
    2. By constructing clear roads
    3. By baptizing Jesus Christ
    4. By dying for the sake of Jesus Christ
  12. "... This is my own dear son with whom I am pleased with, listen to Him." These words were said during;
    1. thc crucifixion of Jesus
    2. the temptations of Jesus
    3. transfiguration of Jesus
    4. the baptism of Jesus
  13. "......courage my son! Your sins are forgiven." (Matthew 9:2) Jesus said these words when He;
    1. forgave the repentant thief
    2. resurrected Lazarus
    3. healed the man possessed with demons
    4. healed the paralysed man
  14. The following books of the Bible are classified as  prophetic books except;
    1. Nehemiah
    2. Daniel
    3. John
    4. Revelation
  15. When Jesus went to the Garden of Gethsemane pray, He was accompanied by;
    1. Peter, Philip and Thomas
    2. James, Peter and John
    3. John, peter and Andrew 
    4. James, Matthew and peter
  16. "......... take and eat it.” He said, "this is my body.” (Matthew 26:26). Jesus said these words when He;
    1. multiplied fish and bread
    2. shared a meal with His disciples in
    3. changed water into wine
    4. fed the five thousand men
  17. Who among the following offered to bury the body  of Jesus after His death?
    1. Simon of Cyrene
    2. Mary Magdalene 
    3. Nicodemus
    4. Joseph of Arimathea
  18. The main reason why Stephen the leader of the deacons faced his death was because he;
    1. did not pay taxes
    2. healed on the Sabbath
    3. refused to deny Jesus
    4. baptised the Gentiles
  19. The book that outlines the activities of the apostles
    1. Luke
    2. John
    3. Matthew
    4. Acts
  20. Which one of the following beliefs about God is found in both traditional beliefs and Christianity?
    1. God has a son
    2. God is three in one
    3. God is the creator
    4. God will send his son on earth
  21. The two early believers who lied to the Holy Spirit and died were;
    1. Anania and Saphira
    2. Stephen and Paul
    3. Aquila and Priscilla
    4. Judas and Nicodemus
  22. The work of priests in Traditional African Society was
    1. make herbal medicine
    2. read the scriptures
    3. offer sacrifices
    4. declare war against enemies
  23. Which one of the following is a rite of passage in Traditional African Society?
    1. Baptism
    2. Confirmation
    3. Wedding
    4. Death
  24. The main value taught to children in African Traditional Societies was; 
    1. obedience
    2. responsibility
    3. honesty
    4. humility
  25. The following are effects of bad relationships in the family except
    1. living a pleasant life
    2. family breakages 
    3. drug abuse
    4. disrespect among the members 
  26. Christians can use their leisure time best by;
    1. practising in the choir
    2. visiting and helping the needy
    3. preaching the gospel,
    4. building their houses
  27. In African Traditional Societies, people worshipped their God in;
    1. churches
    2. caves
    3. mountains
    4. shrines
  28. Njeri has been hiding during CRE lessons because she hates the CRE teacher. The best advice you can give to her is to;
    1. tell her to transfer to another school
    2. continue hiding until the teacher transfers
    3. tell her the advantages of forgiveness and attending classes
    4. continue with the habit because it is her own choice
  29. Your deskmate, Anita, has dropped from school because she wants to work in her father's shop. How best can you help her?
    1. Ask her to give you her books
    2. Report her to the chief of the area
    3. Tell her to be giving you money
    4. Tell her the advantages of completing education
  30. Shirleen, a std 7 girl, has been given some work by her mother to do after completing her homework. She is not happy because she wanted to go and play with her friend. What is the best action you can take as a Christian?
    1. Ask her to tell her mother that she wants to go and play
    2. Assist her in the work given 
    3. Tell her to continue with her plans and leave the  work
    4. Tell her to be obedient to her mother

Marking Scheme

  1. C
  2. D
  3. B
  4. D
  5. A
  6. C
  7. B
  8. A
  9. D
  10. C
  11. C
  12. C
  13. C
  14. A
  15. C
  16. A
  17. D
  18. A
  19. D
  20. D
  21. B
  22. C
  23. B
  24. D
  25. A
  26. A
  27. B
  28. C
  29. A
  30. D
  31. A
  32. C
  33. D
  34. A
  35. C
  36. D
  37. B
  38. D
  39. D
  40. B
  41. B
  42. C
  43. D
  44. A
  45. B
  46. B
  47. A
  48. B
  49. D
  50. A
  51. A
  52. C
  53. B
  54. B
  55. B
  56. D
  57. A
  58. D
  59. D
  60. B

CRE

  1. C
  2. B
  3. D
  4. D
  5. A
  6. D
  7. B
  8. D
  9. B
  10. A
  11. A
  12. C
  13. D
  14. C
  15. B
  16. B
  17. D
  18. C
  19. D
  20. C
  21. A
  22. C
  23. D
  24. A
  25. A
  26. B
  27. D
  28. C
  29. D
  30. D
  1. Which one of the following is not a way of controlling internal parasites?
    1. Spraying,
    2. Proper sanitation.
    3. Deworming.
    4. Cooking food properly.
  2. Which of the following components of blood is the most abundant? 
    1. Platelets 
    2. White blood cells. 
    3. Plasma.
    4. Red blood cells
  3. The part of the breathing system where carbon dioxide is taken from the blood is the 
    1. nose
    2. windpipe.
    3. branchus.
    4. alveolus.
  4. The diagram below represents a maize flower
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    The part labelled Pabove is made up of
    1. anthers and filament.
    2. filament and stamen.
    3. stigma and anthers.
    4. styles and stigmas.
  5. Which of the following foods given to a child suffering from me 
    1. Balanced diet. 
    2. Vitamins 
    3. Proteins.
    4. Mineral salts.
  6. Below are characteristics of a certain animal;.
    1. It breathes through lungs.
    2. It lays eggs.
    3. its body is covered with scales. .
    4. Its body temperature varies with the of the surrounding.  
      Which of the following animals cannot be put in the same group with the animal having the characteristics above?
      1. Snake.
      2. Crocodile.
      3. Gecko.
      4. Toad. 
  7. The diagram below represents a plant 
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    Which one of the following plants does not store food in the same place as the plant drawn above?
    1. Sugarcane. 
    2. Irish potato.
    3. Arrowroot
    4. Ginger.
  8. Which one of the following statements is true about all amphibians? They 
    1. lay eggs on the land near water.
    2. have constant body temperature.
    3. have scales on their bodies. 
    4. have soft moist bodies.
  9. The liquid part of blood mainly
    1. transports digested food.
    2. transports oxygen around the body parts.
    3. stops bleeding after injuries.
    4. fights disease causing germs.
  10. Which one of the following livestock parasites does not affect the internal organs of an animal?
    1. Liverflukes.
    2. Fleas.
    3. Roundworms.
    4. Lungworms 
  11. Which one of the following physical changes during adolescence is correctly matched?
                    Boys                                   Girls  
    1. Broadening of hips                 growth of beards
    2. Wet dreams                            voice breaks
    3. Growth of beards                    menstrual flow
    4. Broadening of shoulders         production of sperms 
  12. For good health, one requires
    1. cleanliness and smoking.
    2. food and alcohol.
    3. sleep and drugs.
    4. sleep and exercise.
  13. Which of the following groups of materials are all insulators?
    1. Copper, plastic, wood. 
    2. Aluminium, plastic, glass.
    3. Glass, wood, plastic.
    4. Aluminium, silver, copper.
  14. Which one of the following is not a source of current electricity? 
    1. Dry cells.
    2. Electric cookers. 
    3. Solar panels.
    4. Geothermal station.
  15. The best way of staying away from drug abuse is by
    1. following parental advice. 
    2. imitating peer's behaviour. 
    3. trying to find out the effect.
    4. using legal drugs only.
  16. The following is a description of a certain method of food preservation:
    1. Dehydrates food.
    2. Kills germs. 
    3. Eliminates bad smell in faadi
    4. Common in both rural and urban areas.
      The method described above is
      1. refrigeration.
      2. sun drying.
      3. use of honey.
      4. freezing.
  17. All the following immunisable diseases in infants are vaccinated against at six, ten and fourteen weeks. Which one is not?
    1. Diptheria. 
    2. Pertusis. 
    3. Tetanus.
    4. Tuberculosis. 
  18. Revolution is the movement of the
    1. moon round the sun
    2. sun round the moon
    3. earth round the sun
    4. sun round the earth 
  19. The diagram below represents a man warming himself by the fire.
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    Which one of the following shows how heat reaches the hands and the legs respectively? 
    1. Conduction, radiation 
    2. Radiation, conduction
    3. Convection, conduction
    4. Convection, radiation
  20. Which one of the following practices involves conservation of water by re using?
    1. Use of drip irrigation.
    2. Flushing toilets with water that has been used for rinsing clothes. 
    3. Storage of water for use in case of shortage.
    4. Collecting rain water from the roof of a house 
  21. Vibrating objects produce
    1. sound
    2. light
    3. heat
    4. force
  22. Which of the following statements is true about nimbus clouds?
    1. Are irregularly shaped.
    2. Appear in hot afternoon. 
    3. Are dome-shaped on top. 
    4. Are found high in the sky.
  23. Which of the following is not a type of a force?
    1. Gravitational pull.
    2. Weight
    3. Pressure.
    4. Friction.
  24. Which one of the following is a characteristic of wind pollinated flowers?
    1. Large in size
    2. Stigma bangs outside the flower
    3. Few heavy pollen grains
    4. Small anthers firmly attached to the filament.
  25. A pupil hanged her clothes on a clothline and noticed that it took long for them to dry. The weather was most likely to be
    1. cold and calm.
    2. cold and windy. 
    3. dry and cold. 
    4. hot and windy.
  26. Which one of the following body structure in the table below is not correctly matched with it function?
               Structure                     Function 
    1. Mouth                           food broken into small particles.
    2. Liver                             produces digestive juice.
    3. Large intestines           absorbs water and mineral salts
    4. Small intestines           stores undigested food 
  27. To measure force, we neea:
    1. beam balance.
    2. weighing balance.
    3. see-saw.
    4. spring balance. 
  28. What would happen if two wooden blocks weighing 10kg and 1kg respectively were to  be dropped from a height of 2m at the same time? They would
    1. break into pieces.
    2. reach the ground at the same time.
    3. add weight to air
    4. float in the air.
  29. Three of the diagrams below can be used to made use of in a periscope except 
    1. formation of images.
    2. reflection of light.
    3. obstruction of light to form shadows
    4. bouncing off of light.
  30. Which one of the following consists of only female parts of a power?
    1. Filament, anthers, style. Function
    2. Stigma, ovules, petals. food broken into
    3. Style, ovary, sepals. small particles.
    4. Stigma, ovary, style, produces digestive juice.
  31. Hookworms are not mally found in
    1. cattle and pigs.
    2. sheep and goats.
    3. pigs and poultry.
    4. sheep and cattle.
  32. Faeces and decaying animal and plant matter
    1. destroy crops.
    2. make the soil poor for cultivation.
    3. add humus to the soil.
    4. are of no importance to the soil.
  33. Which one of the following farm animals is correctly matched with its products?
    1. Goat -  mutton, skin, milk
    2. Sheep - hide, wool, milk
    3. Cow - milk, mohair, skin
    4. Pig - pork, cheese, skin
  34. Three of the following aspects of light ars Which one does not?
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  35. Which one of the following is the smallest and largest planet respectively?
    1. Mercury and Jupiter
    2. Mercury and Neptune. 
    3. Jupiter and Venus.
    4. Saturn and Jupiter. 
  36. Which one of the following component of the environment is the most polluted?
    1. Water
    2. Air
    3. Plants
    4. Soil 
  37. Which one of the following is an artificial  method of lighting a house?
    1. Windows
    2. Translúscent roofs
    3. Large doors
    4. Bulbs and use of H. E. P electricity. 
  38. Which one of the following scientific statements on properties of matter is 
    1. Liquids have definite volume.
    2. Gases have no definite mass.
    3. Liquids have definite mess. 
    4. Solid have definite size and volume.
  39. The convection box below was set up and used by class 5 pupils to demonstrate convection of heat in air.
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    If the candle was placed at the point marked X, at what point did the pupils put the smoldering rag to produce better results?
    1. 3
    2. 2
    3. 1
    4. 4
  40. Drainage, capillarity and aeration in soil all depend on
    1. the slopiness of land.
    2. proportional composition of the soil.
    3. colour and organic matter in the soil.
    4. type of mineral available in the soil.
  41. In which one of the following processes is carbon dioxide not used?
    1. Germination.
    2. Making plant food.
    3. Putting out fire.
    4. Preservation of soft drinks.
  42. The following are ways of maintainig tools except 
    1. repairing broken tools.
    2. improper use of tools.
    3. sharpening cutting tools.
    4. cleaning tools after use.
  43. Which of the following is false about arteries?
    1. They have big valves,
    2. Blood is under high pressure
    3. Have pulse.
    4. Have thick walls. 
  44. Below is an illustration of changes of states of matter.
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    Which arrow shows the process that occur as a result of decrease in temperature?
    1. (iii), (iv)
    2. (ii), (iii)
    3. (i), (ii)
    4. (i), (iv) 
  45. Which of the following vaccine is administered thrice to infants through injection?
    1. Oral polio
    2. B.C.G vaccine
    3. DPT vaccine
    4. Anti-measles.
  46. Which one of the following is not a use of medicines?
    1. Causing diseases. 
    2. Relieving pain.
    3. Curing known diseases:
    4. Preventing diseases.
  47. Which pair of foods are the main sources of protective foods?
    1. Meat and eggs.
    2. Cereals and legumes.
    3. Yams and cassava
    4. Fruits and vegetables.
  48. Which one of the following is the best method of transporting water over a long distance?
    1. Cans
    2. Animals
    3. Pipes
    4. Tankers
  49. Which material below is not needed when  investigating the presence of air in soil?
    1. Water
    2. Candle
    3. Container
    4. Dry soil 
  50. Which one of the following is not a use of heat energy?
    1. Cooking food 
    2. Warming our bodies
    3. Drying clothes
    4. Seeing clearly 

MARKING SCHEME

  1. A
  2. C
  3. D
  4. D
  5. A
  6. D
  7. C
  8. D
  9. A
  10. B
  11. C
  12. D
  13. C
  14. D
  15. A
  16. D
  17. D
  18. C
  19. D
  20. B
  21. A
  22. A
  23. D
  24. B
  25. A
  26. D
  27. D
  28. B
  29. C
  30. D
  31. D
  32. C
  33. A
  34. D
  35. A
  36. B
  37. D
  38. A
  39. B
  40. B
  41. A
  42. B
  43. A
  44. B
  45. C
  46. A
  47. D
  48. C
  49. B
  50. D

Maswali 

Soma vifungu vifuatavyo. Vina nafasi 1 hadi 15.Kwa kila pengo, umepewa majibu manne. Chagua jawabu lifaalo zaidi.

Wavyele na washikadau wengine katika      1     ya elimu       2       na wazazi kuhusu     3      la kudumisha nidhamu      4    watoto wa shule. Walimu wanawanyoshea kidole cha     5    wavyele hasa baada ya       6     ya kiboko       7     nchini. Kwa upande wao, wazazi wanajitetea kuwa walimu ndio kushutumiwa maadamu wanashinda      8     watoto hawa      9     . Hata hivyo, suala la nidhamu linahusisha kila mmoja katika jamii.

  A B C D
1  shirika  taasisi   sekta  kazi
2  wamehitilafiana  wameelewana  wameulizana  wamekubaliana
3  dhima  wadhifa  juhudi  jukumu
4  dhidi ya  miongoni mwa  mbali na  zaidi ya
5  lawama  laana  baraka  ushindi
6  vita  adabu  adhabu  mapigano
7  kupigwa vijembe  kupigwa dafrau  kupigwa kalamu  kupigwa marufuku
8  kwa  na  ya  pa
9  mchana kutwa  usiku kucha  usiku kutwa  mchana kucha

 

Wakazi wengi wa mjini     10     na tatizo la uhaba       11    maji     12   . Jambo hili hufanya    13    yao kushindwa kuyatunza mazingira yao.    14    serikali ichukue hatua ya kusambaza maji kote ili kuepuka kuzuka kwa maradhi kama vile    15   .

  A B C D
10  wamekutwa  wanakabidhiwa  wanakabiliwa   wamejuzwa
11  la   ya  za  wa
12  masafi  safi  yasafi  msafi
13  baadhi  wengi   wengine  baina
14  Bora tu  Yamkini  Kama  Ni bora
15  pepopunda  kifaduro  waba  surua


Kutoka swali la 16 hadi 30. jibu kila swali kulingana na maagizo uliyopewa.

  1. Tambua sentensi yenye tashbihi,
    1. Kaka yake ni msini kama usiku.
    2. Maneno yake yalikuwa msumari moto.
    3. Ukitaka kumla nguruwe chagua aliyenona.
    4. Unywaji pombe husababisha balaa na belua
  2. Mfinyanzi ni kwa finyanga kama vile msasi ni kwa;
    1. msako
    2. saka
    3. uasa 
    4. uasi
  3. Tunasema Mkungu wa ndizi na ________ cha ufunguo
    1. kicha  
    2. kifurushi
    3. kitita 
    4. chane
  4. Andika tarakimu 100,001 kwa maneno.
    1. Laki moja elfu na moja
    2. Laki moja na moja elfu
    3. Laki mia moja na moja
    4. Laki moja na moja
  5. Alikiona kilichomtoa kanga manyoya. 
    Kiambishi 'ki' kimetumikaje katika sentensi hii?
    1. Kuonyesha masharti
    2. Kuonyesha hali ya kuendelea
    3. Kuonyesha kiwakilishi
    4. Kuonyesha udogo
  6. Ni sentensi gani yenye kihisishi?
    1. Mchezaji yule ni hodari sana
    2. Kitoto kimezaliwa chini ya mti
    3. maneno yake yaliniumiza sana.
    4. Sote tulikimbia mkikimkiki.
  7. Majira baina ya saa tisa mchana na magharibi
    1. alasiri
    2. adhuhuri
    3. mawio
    4. macheo
  8. Tegua kitendawili kifuatacho;
    Dhahabu yangu haishuki bei.
    1. Macho
    2. Almasi
    3. Shamba
    4. Jiwe mtoni
  9. Chagua maelezo sahihi ya viungo vya mwili.
    1. Taya ni nyama zinazoshikilia meno
    2. Kwapa huwa chini ya bega
    3. Nyonga huwa juu ya kiuno
    4. Kisugudi ni scheinu baina ya muundi na wave
  10. Kanusha sentensi ifuatayo kwa usahihi.
    Mtoto akila sana hunenepa.
    1. Mtoto asipokula sana hunenepa
    2. Mtoto akila sana hanenepi.
    3. Mtoto akila sana huwa hanenepi.
    4. Mtoto asipokula sana huwa hanenepi
  11. Sentensi gani imetumia 'kwa' ya umilikaji?
    1. Wageni walikuja kwangu jana.
    2. Sherehe iliandaliwa kwa Maria. cha funguo
    3. Bi. arusi alikaribishwa kwa vishindo.
    4. Tulienda moja kwa moja hadi mjini.
  12. Farasi ni mnyama wa jamii ya punda. Farasi pia 
    1. elimu ya mienendo ya nyota
    2. chombo cha kufumia nyuzi
    3. anayefuga wanyama wa kupandwa 
    4. fremu ya baiskeli
  13. Shughuli yoyote ikitendwa kupita kiasi  huharibika.
    Chagua methali inayolingana na maelezo haya.
    1. Ngoja ngoja huumiza matumbo
    2. Ngoma ikilia sana hupasuka kiwambo
    3. Tamaa mbele mauti nyuma
    4. Chombo cha kuzama hakina usukani
  14. Kikembe cha papa huitwaje?
    1. Kinengwe
    2. Kitekli
    3. Kiwavi
    4. Kipura
  15. Andika katika usemi wa taarifa;
    “Tafadhali niletee miwani yangu nisome gazeti,"  babu akaniambia.
    1. Babu alimwambia ampelekee miwani yake asome gazeti.
    2. Babu aliniagiza nimpe miwani yake asome gazeti.
    3. Babu aliniomba nimpelekee miwani yake asome gazeti
    4. Babu alimwamuru ampelekee miwani yake asome gazeti

Soma kifungu kifuatacho kisha ujibu maswali 31 - 40.

               Waziri wa Afya nchini. Bwana Bora, amesema kuwa huduma za afya nchini zimeimarika kwa kiasi kikubwa katika miaka iliyopita. Akiwahutubia wananchi waliokuwa wamejumuika katika, zahanati mpya ya Pona Bw.Bora alisema kuwa wizara yake imeongezea zahanati takriban mia tatu katika kipindi kifupi, hasa katika sehemu ambazo wananchi walikuwa wakitembea kwa mwendo mrefu kusaka huduma. Alisema kuwa zahanati nyingi zilizojengwa majuzi zina vifaa vya kutosha kutoa huduma za kimsingi na kukabiliana na magonjwa yanayowataabisha wananchi kama vile malaria na homa ya matumbo. Aliongeza kuwa wizara yake imejenga maabara na kutoa mitambo ya kisasa katika zahanati hizo itakayoweza uhakika wa magonjwa yanayowasumbua wagonjwa. Alisema kuwa zahanati dawa za kutosha. 
               Aliongeza kuwa wizara yake imeongezea vituo vingi vya afya ili kuwahudumia wananchi. Vituo hivi vina  mitambo iliyo na uwezo wa kupiga picha viungo vya ndani  ili kuweza kutambua magonjwa ya ndani kwa ndani  yanayowasumbua wananchi. Aliongezea kuwa kila kituo kina wodi ndogo zenye uwezo wa kuwalaza wagonjwa takribani thelathini. Hii ni hatua nzuri ikikumbukwa kuwa awali hata kupata dawa ilikuwa shida jambo lililowapelekea watu wengi kufariki.
               Bw. Bora alitoa wito kwa wananchi wajitahidi kuyatunza mazingira. Hali hii itaweza kuwaepusha na magonjwa yanayoweza kuzuilika kama vile malaria na homa ya matumbo. Akitoa vyandarua vilivyotiwa dawa, Bw. Bora alisema kuwa sasa idadi ya watu wanaoambukizwa ugonjwa huu imepungua sana katika maeneo megni humu nchini. Alitoa mwito wa watu hasa kina mama wajawazito na watoto walale chini ya vyandarua. Waliougua  walihimizwa  kutafuta matibabu haraka iwezekanavyo.  Aliwakumbusha kuwa matibabu ya malaria sawa na yale ya ugonjwa wa kifua kikuu na UKIMWI hutolewa bure kote nchini. Aliwahimiza  wananchi kujua vianzo vya magonjwa mbalimbali ili waweze kujiepusha nayo.

  1. Kulingana na waziri wa Afya Bw. Bora;
    1. afya imeweza kuimarishwa kote nchini
    2. watu wengi nchini watakuwa wenye afya
    3. matatizo ya kiafya yanashughulikiwa vizuri
    4. serikali itaanza kutoa huduma bora za afya
  2. Maana ya neno ‘wamejumuika' kwa mujibu wa kifungu ni; 
    1. wamefumukana
    2. wamefungamana
    3. wametandazika
    4. wametengamana 
  3. Kwa sasa, zahanati zilizopo ni; 
    1. zaidi ya mia tatu
    2. mia tatu kamili
    3. chini ya mia tatu
    4. kama mia tatu hivi 
  4. Ugonjwa wa malaria husababishwa na nini?
    1. Mbung'o
    2. Maji yaliyotuama
    3. Mbu
    4. Viroboto
  5. Malaria na homa ya matumbo;
    1. ndiyo maradhi pekee yanayohangaisha wananchi
    2. ni baadhi tu ya shida za wananchi hawa
    3. ni maradhi yanayowashika watoto
    4. ni magonjwa yasiyotibika kwa urahisi
  6. 'Mitambo iliyo na uwezo wa kupiga picha  viungo vya ndani.' Hii ni mitambo ipi? 
    1. Kamera
    2. Uyoka 
    3. Hadubini
    4. Machela 
  7. Watu wengi walifariki kutokana na; 
    1. uhaba wa hospitali
    2. ukosefu wa wodi 
    3. uhaba wa matibabu 
    4. ukosefu wa matibabu
  8. Kutunza mazingira ni muhimu kwa kuwa; 
    1. husaidia kuponya magonjwa yawezayo kuzuilika
    2. huzuia kuenea kwa ugonjwa wowote ule 
    3. hudhibiti kuenea kwa maradhi yawezayo  kuzuilika
    4. ndio njia pekee ya kutunza afya zetu 
  9. Ni magonjwa mangapi yanayotibiwa bila malipo  kwa mujibu wa makala haya? 
    1. Mawili
    2. Matatu 
    3. Yote
    4. Manne 
  10. Kichwa mwafaka kwa makala haya ni; 
    1. Huduma za afya
    2. Hotuba ya Rais 
    3. Afya bora
    4. Ugonjwa wa malaria

Yasome makala yafuatayo kisha ujibu maswali 41 - 50.

                 Hamasa hakuwa mwenda guu. Aliamua kufanya lolote ambalo lingempa posho ya siku.  Akaona bora asibague kazi. Nguo zake zilizochakaa sana na viatu vyake vilivyokuwa vimepasuka soli vingefaa sana katika  kazi nyingine. Akamwendea mwenye mikokoteni mjini kuomba afaliwe, awabebee watu mizigo kisha amlipe jioni. jioni. Akaambiwa kuwa katika dunia hii ya nipe nikupe malipo huwa ya asubuhi. Maskini Hamasa hakuwa na senti zozote. Ilimbidi kuwabebea watu mizigo katika maduka makuu kwa mikono kwa muda akiwapelekea katika vituo vya magari ili apate chochote. Hatimaye aliweza kukusanya pesa za kutosha kukodi rukwama. Msomi mwenzetu akawa hamali. 
                 Alifanya kazi hii kwa moyo wake wote, akawa akirauka alfajiri kuenda kuwapelekea wachuuzi mizigo yao sokoni. Hakusahau kumshukuru Mungu kila uchao kwa hali yake na kumwomba siku njema baadaye. 
                 Baada ya siku nyingi za kazi hii ya sulubu, mwenzetu aliweza kujinunulia suti moja na jozi la viatu akajiwekea nyumbani. Alikuwa na matumaini kuwa siku moja jua la baraka lingemwangaza. Akaendelea kuvaa magwanda ya kazi ya mkokoteni.
                 Siku moja kilitokea kisa ambacho kilikuwa mchanganyiko wa simanzi na baraka - wakati mwingine baraka hujia motoni. Alikuwa ameiburura rukwama yake nzito kwa msaada wa kijana mmoja aliyekuwa akishirikiana naye wakati ambapo mizigo ingekuwa mizito zaidi. Walikuwa wamechoka niki. Mara likatokeza gari moja la kifahari, likakosa mwelekeo likaugonga mkokoteni na kuwaumiza vibaya. Mwenzetu hakujua lililofuata.
                 Alipozinduka, alijikuta hospitalini baada ya siku kadhaa. Alikuwa kavunjika mguu wa kulia na mkono wa kushoto. Juu ya dawati lake aliziona nakala za vyeti vyake vya chuo ambavyo daima alivibeba mfukoni
                 Vilikuwa vimechakazwa na wingi wa damu iliyommwagikia wakati wa ajali ile. Alimwona msukuma rukwama mwenzake katika kitanda kingine upembeni. Karibu naye pia walikuwa mahamali wenzake waliomzuru kumjulia hali. Pia alikuwepo mtu mmoja aliyeonyesha wazi kuwa ukwasi ulikuwa umemwota si haba.
                 Mtu yule alimpa pole na kujitambulisha kwake kuwa yeye ndiye aliyemgonga Hamasa. Ni jambo lililomhuzunisha sana. Ila alikuwa na jingine. Alinhakikishia kuwa angelipwa fidia na shinika lililomkatia bima. Pia alimweleza kuwa yeye alikuwa mkurugenzi wa shirika kubwa zaidi nchini lisilo la kiserikali. Alivichukua vyeti vya Hamasa na kuvikagua. Akamwomba akavidurusu. Alipovirejesha, akajiendea zake na kuahidi kurudi baadae. Japo alikuwa akishetasheta, mkurungezi yule alikuwa pale na hakikisho. Alitabasamu, akamkabidhi barua iliyomwatua moyo kijana yule - yaliyoandikwa yalikuwa ya kuacha kinywa wazi. Alikuwa ameajiriwa tayari kama meneja mkuu wa shirika lile. Hii ndiyo kazi aliyokuwa arneisomea chuoni. Alikuwa aripoti kazini baada ya miezi miwili, muda uliotosha kupona kwake.

  1.  'Hamasa hakuwa mwenda guu' ndiko kusema;
    1. alikata tamaa
    2. hakufa moyo
    3. hakutembea kwa miguu
    4. alikuwa na masomo ya juu
  2. Hamasa alimwendea mwenye mikokoteni kwa lengo la;
    1. kuomba kazi ya uhamali
    2. kukopeshwa mkokoteni
    3. kumweleza matatizo yake aliyopitia
    4. kupewa mkokoteni ili alipie kodi baadaye
  3.  Anayebeba mizigo kwa rukwama ni hamali ilhali muuzaji maji ni;
    1. mzegazega
    2. mchuuzi
    3. mwanamaji
    4. dalali 
  4. Jambo alilozingatia sana Hamaşa maishani ni;
    1.  kurauka mapema na kujihurumia maishani
    2. kuwafaa wengine na kuomba maishani
    3. kushukuru kwa hali yake na kuomba neema
    4. kuomba asubuhi na kuwashukuru wateja
  5. Hamasa alinunua suti na viatu kwa kuwa;
    1. alivihitaji wakati asipokuwa kazini
    2. alitarajia kuvitumia baada ya kuneemeka
    3. alitaka kuwa tofauti na mahamali wengine
    4. angevihitaji atakapowatembelea wazazi
  6. 'Wakati mwingine baraka hujia motoni'
    Kifungu hiki kinaeleza kuwa;
    1. baraka huja matumaini yakiwa hafifu
    2. baraka huwaendea waonekanao duni
    3. baraka huwafuata wenye imani kubwa 
    4.  baraka huja kwa njia inayodhaniwa kuwa ya taabu
  7. Gari lililomgonga Hamasa lilikuwa;
    1. shangingi
    2. kachara
    3. karandinga
    4. rukwama
  8. Mzee mkwasi alionyesha kuhuzunishwa na;
    1. hali mbaya ya Hamasa
    2. ajai aliyoisababisha
    3. damu kwenye vyeti
    4. kutomakinika barabarani
  9. Mafanikio ya Hamasa yanaweza kuelezwa na  methali kuwa;
    1. mgaagaa na upwa hali wali mkavu
    2. dawa ya moto ni moto
    3. Mungu akiziba hapa huzibua pale
    4. dau la mnyonge haliendi joshi
  10. Maana ya neno 'a kishetasheta' kulingana na  muktadha ni;
    1. alitetemeka sana 
    2. akienda kwa mkongojo kwapani
    3. akichechemea
    4. akijikokota 

INSHA

Andika insha ya kusisimua inayohusu methali hii;
MCHUMIA JUANI HULIA KIVULINI.

Majibu

  1. C
  2. A
  3. D
  4. B
  5. A
  6. C
  7. D
  8. B
  9. A
  10. C
  11. D
  12. B
  13. A
  14. D
  15. C
  16. A
  17. B
  18. A
  19. D
  20. C
  21. B
  22. A
  23. C
  24. B
  25. D
  26. A
  27. D
  28. B
  29. A
  30. C
  31. C
  32. B
  33. D
  34. C
  35. B
  36. B
  37. D
  38. C
  39. B
  40. A
  41. B
  42. D
  43. A
  44. C
  45. B
  46. D
  47. A
  48. B
  49. C
  50. B

Read the passage below. It contains blank spaces numered 1-15. For each blank space, choose the best answer from the choices given.

The sky was geeting ___1___ by the mminutre and striong wind was ___2___ across the field. Soon drops of water were falling down from the overcast sky. The ___3___ scampered for shelter. Others asked the ___4___ to pospone hte match but the gentleman would hear ___5___ of it. He blew the ___6___ for the match to continue.

Peter did not ___7___ the rain at all. It was better than playing ___8___ the hot sun. He liked the ___9___of rain on his face and the cold sensation when it soaked through his football ___10___. His determination ___11___ be affected by anything even the rain.

His team had done a lot of ___12___ and was hoping to win the tournament. It had been two years___13___  they last won the Inter-Constituency Football Cup. Last year, in the game against Rockingham, their team had___14___ by just one goal. They had to turn the tide this time ___15___.

  1.  
    1. more dark
    2. darkest
    3. darker
    4. dark
  2.  
    1. blown
    2. flowing
    3. moving
    4. blowing
  3.  
    1. onlookers
    2. audience
    3. spectators
    4. crowds
  4.  
    1. manager
    2. referee
    3. captain
    4. judge
  5.  
    1. none
    2. much
    3. some
    4. nothing
  6.  
    1. alarm
    2. whistle
    3. bell
    4. watch
  7.  
    1. care
    2. feel
    3. mind
    4. like
  8.  
    1. below
    2. in
    3. on
    4. under
    1. feelings
    2. feeling
    3. fillings
    4. filling
  9.  
    1. sweater
    2. shirt
    3. jersey
    4. cloth
  10.  
    1. should not
    2. could not
    3. would not
    4. may not
  11.  
    1. practice
    2. practices
    3. practises
    4. practise
  12.  
    1. when
    2. since
    3. from
    4. for
  13.  
    1. loss
    2. loosed
    3. beaten
    4. lost
  14.  
    1. too
    2. around
    3. round
    4. also

In questions 16 to 18. choose the best sentence that means the same as the one underlined.

  1. Doing some house chores, Naliaka waited for her father's call.
    1. Naliaka waited for her father who was doing some house chores to call her.
    2. After doing some house chores, Naliaka waited for her father's call.
    3. Naliaka's had done some house chores before her father called her.
    4. Naliaka was doing some house chores as she waited for her father's call.
  2. Maria is the apple of her father's eye.
    1. Maria is very dear to her father.
    2. Maria resembles her father.
    3. Maria loves her father very much
    4. Maria is the only child of her father.
  3. The candidates passed the test with flying colours. The candidates
    1. hardly passed the test.
    2. excelled in the test.
    3. barely passed the test.
    4. performed fairly in the test.

In questions 19 and 20, choose the best alternative to complete the sentence

  1. You have to wait ____________ midnight before you can open your birthday gifts.
    1. until
    2. since 
    3. to 
    4. for
  2. He is _______________ forgetful ___________________ he doesn't care about school work.
    1. not only ... but also
    2. either...or 
    3. both ... and 
    4. neither ... nor

In questions 21 and 22. choose the sentence that is grammatically correct.

  1.  
    1. She surprised us with her story.
    2. They left there shoes at the door.
    3. The occasion was very enjoyable.
    4. I was dissapointed when my friends didn't show up.
  2.  
    1. She repeated the mistake again.
    2. He returned the books back to me.
    3. Raise up you hand to ask questions. 
    4. They coped with the cold weather.

In questions 23 to 25. choose the alternative that means the same as the underline words

  1. Surprisingly, my sister's daughter takes after me.
    1. nephew 
    2. cousin
    3. niece
    4. aunt
  2. It is unwise to be wasteful when spending money.
    1. thrifty
    2. expensive
    3. miserly
    4. extravagant
  3. The students were all ears when the teacher was speaking. 
    1. bored
    2. restless 
    3. attentive 
    4. afraid

Read the passage below and then answer questions 26-38

Nyambura had looked forward to the cruise, a time to relax and recharge her store of energy. It was the first time that she was on a holiday alone. Her family member and friends were unable to obtain leave from their jobs. She remembered their farewell kisses as they bid her goodbye at Collyer Quay where she had boarded the passenger liner. She was greatly impressed. The ship was a beauty to behold! There were many facilities to keep holiday makers entertained and actively occupied. The swimming pool, the gymnasium, the billiard and other games rooms as well as the theatre on board were very well managed. Activities were drawn up for the next three days.

The scenery around the ship was captivation for the few hours after the voyage began Besides the rising and falling tides and the diminishing islands, there wasn't anything appealing. The captain and the crew were very hospitable and professional. They spoke many languages and made everybody feel at ease. The captain was a real charmer. He had a deep sense of humour that endeared him to all of us. He had a deep accent that gave away his British origin.

The days began early with a work out session at the gymnasium. The intense two-hour session in the early morning always left Nyambura gasping for breath. She realised how unfit her body was. However, the activities got easier as her body and mind got used to the routine. The instructors were so fit that they effortlessly did the work-out activities that some passengers could not manage.

Meals were specially prepared. Foods from all over the world were on offer. The passengers had an opportunity to sample delicacies from diverse cultures. Sea food, vegetarian, native and exotic foods were served. Nyambura ate in moderation in fear of stomach upsets and reactions. While she enjoyed some, she had a hard time with sea food. The cruise took the passengers to destinations located on distant islands. The people they encountered were friendly. Nyambura was able to buy souvenirs and took as a many photographs as possible to capture the memories, gift her colleagues at work and show off to her friends and family.

Three days flew past like a day. She couldn't believe the end had come. Tears welled in her eyes wishing she had the ability to turn back the wheels of time. It was a pity that Nyambura's holiday ended that way. She would be on the cruise again the following year.

  1. Why was the cruise so important for Nyambura? She
    1. had not been on a cruise before. 
    2. wanted to enjoy the holiday alone.
    3. had looked forward to it for a long time.
    4. wanted a time to rest and regain lost energy.
  2. Why was Nyambura unaccompanied on the cruise?
    1. She did not have any friends or relatives.
    2. Her family and friends were unavailable.
    3. She was the only one who was not working
    4. She requested her family and friends to remain behind.
  3. The phrasal verb 'looked forward to' means the same as
    1. planned for
    2. longed for
    3. waited.
    4. postponed
  4. Which one of the following statements is not true according to the passage?
    1. Nyambura's family abd friends escorted her to Collyer Quay.
    2. Nyambura's family and friends wished her welll as she left for the cruise.
    3. Nyambura was sad to go on holiday without her friends.
    4. Nyambura's family and friends could not get time off from their jobs. 
  5. What impressed Nyambura most about the ship? The
    1. ship crew.
    2. facilities on the ship.
    3. beauty of the ship.
    4. scenery aorund the ship.
  6. The ship had many facilities in order to
    1. ensure the passengers were happy and occupied
    2. draw up activities for three days.
    3. make the passengers spend their money.
    4. keep the crew entertained and occupied. 
  7. Why do you think the islands were diminishing? 
    1. The tides were rising and falling. 
    2. They were not appealing.  
    3. The ship moved away from them.
    4. They were covered with ocean water.
  8. It is true to say that
    1. there was a lot to see in the ocean.
    2. the ship captain and crew were very welcoming.
    3. only games were played in the ship.
    4. the passengers spoke all languages.
  9. The captain was real charmer. This implies that the captain made people
    1. laugh a lot.
    2. feel afraid 
    3. feel at case.
    4. feel threatened.
  10. How did Nyambura know the nationality of the captain? The
    1. captain told her.
    2. way he looked.
    3. many languages he spoke.
    4. way he spoke. 
  11. Nyambura realised that her body was not fit because she
    1. was short of breath after working out.
    2. could not perform the activities during work out.
    3. was unable to wake up early for the work out.
    4. was lazier than the rest of the passengers.
  12. Which of the following statements is true to about the food served on the ship?
    1. It was derived from one locality.
    2. It was served to the passengers in moderation.
    3. Passengers were free to eat the food they wanted.
    4. Every passenger enjoyed every type of food served.
  13. Nyambura bought souvenirs for all the following reasons except to
    1. give them to her family and friends.
    2. boast about the cruise to friends and . family. 
    3. sell them to her friends and family
    4. remind her about the pleasant cruise she had.

Read the passage below and then answer questions 39-50.

Water is one of the most vital natural resources for life on Earth. The availability and quality of water determines not only where people can live,
but also their quality of life. It is not enough to have plenty of fresh water if it is not available when and where it is needed. Only five per cent of the world's water is deemed fit  for consumption and this ngure is shrinking by the day. Thus, it must be treated as a limited and precious resource

Without water, all human activities would be affected and come to a standstill. Water is essential for commercial use which includes fresh water for motels, hotels, restaurants, office buildings, other commercial facilities and civilian and military institutions. Domestic water use would be for drinking, food preparation, bathing, washing, flushing toilets, and watering lawns and gardens. The other uses would be for industries such as power generations and for agriculture.

The availability of water cannot be separated from development. In fact, there cannot be development without a reliable supply of water. Water must be in sufficient supply for an area to develop and continue developing. In the twenty-first century, the demand to water has to be managed more effectively within the available supply instead of simply building more dams. More needs to be done like adopting water saving technologies, recycling of water and water harvesting.

The demand for water increases year by year as the human population grows bigger. However, the supply of clean, useable water does not. Instead, it shrinks due to pollution, deforestation and global warming. If a balance is not obtained, our sources of water will diminish very fast.

There are several ways in which an individual can save this precious commodity. When washing dishes or hands, don't let the water run while rinsing. Run your washing . machine and dishwasher only when they are full and you could save 1 000 gallons of water. Minimize evaporation by watering plants early in the morning when the temperature is cooler. Replacing the traditional shower head with a water-saving one could save about a gallon of water each time.

It is said that one can survive a week without food, but only a few days without water. Since water is the source of all life, it is time great importance is placed to conserve it.

  1. According to the first sentence, water
    1. is the most important resource in life
    2. is among the most important resources
    3.  is the only vital resource in life
    4. life is possible without water. 
  2. The following factors make water  resource. Which one does not?Its  availability
    1. at the time it is needed.
    2. in the quality it is needed. 
    3. at the place it is needed. 
    4. at the form it is needed.
  3. The word 'fit' used in the passage means  the same as 
    1. suitable. 
    2. healthy. 
    3. adequate. 
    4. clean. 
  4. It is true to say that
    1. the amount of consumable water in the world is reducing.
    2. there is plenty of consumable water in the world
    3. the amount of drinking water remains the same.
    4. any water in the world can be consumed.
  5. The passage talks about all of the following uses of water except for
    1. domestic use.
    2. recreational use. 
    3. commercial use,
    4. agricultural use. 
  6. It is true to say that
    1. the demand for water has remained unchanged. 
    2. both demand and supply of water have increased
    3. the supply for water increases with rise in population
    4. the demand for clean useable water has increased year by year
  7. The writer suggests all the following measures to manage demand for water except 
    1. harvesting water. .
    2. adopting water saving techniques.
    3. building more boreholes.
    4. recycling waste water. 
  8. The word 'sufficient' as used in the  passage means
    1. plenty.
    2. enough
    3. surplus.
    4. scarcity
  9. The following have affected the availability of consumable water. Which one has not?
    1. Environmental pollution.
    2. Clearing of forests.
    3. Low population growth.
    4. Global warming.
  10. Running washing machines only when they are full is a way
    1. of saving time and energy,
    2. of harvesting water.
    3. to recycle waste water.
    4. to reduce wastage of water
  11. Why does the writer advise about watering plants in the morning?
    1. Plants don't take much water in the morning.
    2. The temperatures are high in the morning.
    3. There is little loss of water in the morning.
    4. It reduces pollution of the environment.
  12. Which one of the following is the most suitable title for the passage?
    1. Water pollution.
    2. Water and development.
    3. The uses of water resources.
    4. Water conservation measures.

MARKING SCHEME

  1. C
  2. B
  3. C
  4. B
  5. D
  6. B
  7. C
  8. B
  9. B
  10. C
  11. B
  12. D
  13. B
  14. D
  15. C
  16. D
  17. A
  18. B
  19. A
  20. A
  21. A
  22. D
  23. C
  24. D
  25. C
  26. D
  27. C
  28. B
  29. C
  30. C
  31. D
  32. C
  33. B
  34. A
  35. D
  36. B
  37. C
  38. C
  39. B
  40. D
  41. A
  42. A
  43. B
  44. D
  45. C
  46. B
  47. C
  48. D
  49. C
  50. D
  1. What is three million four hundred and four thousand  five hundred and five in symbols?
    1. 3404505 
    2. 30404505
    3. 3044505
    4. 34004505
  2. What is the place value of digit seven in the number  96.80075?
    1. Thousandths
    2. Hundredths
    3. Ten thousandths 
    4. Ten thousands
  3. What is 456.98 rounded off to the nearest tenths?
    1. 457.00
    2. 457
    3. 467.00
    4. 457.0
  4. What is; C7ET22022mathset2Q4  in its simplest form?
    1. 14/26 
    2. 7/13
    3. 7/12
    4. 13/24
  5. What is the next number in the series?
    845, 805, 765, 725, _______
    1. 685
    2. 680 
    3. 645
    4. 700
  6. Convert 23/5, into a decimal. 
    1. 0.26
    2. 2.6
    3. 0.0026
    4. 2.66
  7. A newspaper vendor sells an average of 36 newspapers everyday. Each newspaper sells at sh.35. How much money does he receive in 28 days
    1. Sh.36000
    2. Sh.30240
    3. Sh.35280
    4. Sh.27280
  8. The figure below represents a plot of land with semi-circular ends. 
    C7ET22022mathset2Q8
    What is its perimeter?
    1. 264cm
    2. 300cm
    3. 164cm
    4. 564cm
  9. What is the value of; 
    (21/3 ÷ 4) ÷ 3/4 ?
    1. 2/3 
    2. 1/4
    3. 8/9
    4. 102/3 
  10. What is the value of;
    1.8 x 0.35  ?
    0.3 x 0.07 
    1. 30
    2. 3
    3. 13
    4. 140.3
  11. The price of a book was sh.330 after a 12% deduction. What was the original price of the book? 
    1. Sh.375
    2. Sh.75
    3. Sh.15
    4. Sh.45
  12. Using a ruler and apair of compasses, construct triangle XYZ such that XY = 5cm, YZ=6cm and angle XYZ=30°. Measure line XY.
    1. 5cm
    2. Зcm 
    3. 4cm
    4. 6cm
  13. Trees are planted 24m apart on both sides of a road 12km long. Each seedling costs sh. 15. What is the total cost of the seedlings? 
    1. Sh.15000
    2. Sh.15030
    3. Sh.7515
    4. Sh.7530
  14. An empty pick-up has a mass of 1.2 tonnes. It is loaded with 90kg bags of maize until the weight becomes 4.8 tonnes. What is the total number of bags loaded into the pick-up?
    1. 400
    2.  40
    3.  20
    4. 200
  15. What is the value of x in the equation?
    4(2x + 6) − 10 = 30 
    1. 2
    2. 8
    3. 16
  16. The fractions 1/25/83/42/5  and ?, are to be arranged in order from the smallest to the largest. Which one of the following is the corect order?
    1. 2/51/23/45/8 
    2. 3/45/81/22/5 
    3. 2/55/81/23/4 
    4. 2/51/25/83/4 
  17. Hamisi had sh.4800. He spent 60% of the money on buying some items. How much money was he left with?
    1. Sh.2880
    2.  Sh.1920
    3.  Sh.4860
    4. Sh.4740
  18. One bell rings at intervals of 30 minutes and another at intervals of 40 minutes. If they are rung at 7.55am together, when will they ring together again?
    1. 8.55 am
    2. 10.55am
    3. 9.55am
    4. 9.55pm
  19. A mother bought the following items from the market;
    3kg of potatoes @ sh.15
    2kg of tomatoes @sh.30
    1/2 kg of onions @sh.50 per kg
    8 oranges @sh.5
    She gave the seller a 500 shillings note. What balance did she get?
    1. Sh.170
    2. Sh.330
    3. Sh.305
    4. Sh.335 
  20. In a mixed school, there are 720 pupils. If 450 are girls, what percentage are boys?
    1. 37½%
    2. 62½%
    3. 27%
    4. 38½%
  21. What is the value of;
    1/4 ÷ 1/2 of 1/22/3 + (2/3 − 1/6)
    1. 21/6 
    2. 11/6 
    3. 3/4 
    4. 9/16 
  22. The area of the trapezium JKLM drawn below is 544cm2. Line JK is parallel to line LM and line JM is the perpendicular distance
    C7ET22022mathset2Q22
    What is the length of line KL?
    1. 28cm
    2. 12cm
    3. 16cm
    4. 20cm 
  23. The area of a square plot of land is 576cm2. What is the measure of one of its sides? A
    1. 14cm
    2. 24cm
    3. 34cm
    4. 20cm 
  24. Somo deposited sh.10800 in a bank which paid simple interest. At the end of the tenth month, he withdrew a total of sh.11340. At what rate per annum was the interest charged?
    1. 6%
    2. 0.5% 
    3. 12.6%
    4. 10% 
  25. In the figure below, line AB is parallel to line DC and EF is a straight line.
    C7ET22022mathset2Q25
    Which one of the following statements is correct about the figure?
    1. Angle a and angle e = 180°
    2. Angle e and angle f = 180° 
    3. Angle b = angle g
    4. Angle h = angle a
  26. During drought, a camel lost 16kg. What was the percentage decrease if the mass of the camel is now 144kg?
    1. 10%
    2. 0.5%
    3. 12.6%
    4. 10%
  27. Express 32½ as a fraction and simplify.
    1. 13/40
    2. 13/20  
    3. 5/40
    4. 65/200  
  28. A book is made up of 810840 words. In every page there are 6757 words. How many pages does the book have?
    1. 465
    2. 126
    3. 146
    4. 456 
  29. What is the perimeter of the figure below if its radius is 3.5m? (Take π = 22/7)
    C7ET22022mathset2Q29
    1. 36m
    2. 18m
    3. 29m
    4. 14.5m 
  30. Which one of the following number is not divisible by 11?
    1. 57640
    2. 86284
    3.  11995
    4. 41536  
  31. What is the value of
      rpg - 4q  
      4p - 3p
    given that r=2, p=2r and q = p+2 A.==
    1. 12/3
    2. 11/3 
    3. 21/3
    4. 22/3 
  32. A factory produced 40.4 tonnes of maize in January. The maize wes packed in 100kg bags and sold at sh.1000 each. How much money was obtained? 
    1. Sh.4040000
    2. Sh.4040
    3. Sh.40400 
    4. Sh.404000
  33. What is the sum of prime number between 60 and 80?
    1. 480
    2. 491
    3. 351
    4. 424
  34. Lucy spends 1/ of her salary on rent, 1/8 on transport and 2/7 on food. If she saves the remaining amount, what fraction of her salary does she save?
    1. 29/36 
    2. 7/9
    3. 27/56 
    4. 9/14 
  35. Atieno is paid 2275min in a week for the job she does. How much money did she earn in a week that she missed going for the job three times?
    1. Sh.1300
    2. Sh.975
    3. Sh.758.30
    4. Sh.568.75
  36. A section of a road 9km long was drawn on a map using a scale of 1:100000. What was the measure of the drawing on the map?
    1. 4.5cm .
    2. 3.5cm
    3. 18cm
    4. 9cm
  37. The figure below represents Ongwae's piece of land 
    C7ET22022mathset2Q37
    What is the area of Ongwae's piece of land in hectares? (Take π = 3.14)
    1. 107808
    2. 130416 
    3. 10.7808 . 
    4. 13.0416 
  38. A saleslady is given a commission of 7% on the value of goods she sells. In a certain month, she sold goods worth sh.110000. How much money did she earn that month?
    1. Sh.8400
    2. Sh.7700
    3. Sh.12500
    4. Sh.9600 
  39. A certain job can be done by 12 men in 16 days. How many days.can 8 men working at the same rate take to finish the job? 
    1. 27
    2. 18
    3. 10
    4. 24 
  40. Calculate the capacity in litres of a rectangular water tank that measures 1.5m by 0.8m by 60cm.
    1. 7.2
    2. 0.72
    3. 720
    4. 7200
  41. What is the total surface area of the closed cuboid shown below?
    C7ET22022mathset2Q41
    1. 25920cm
    2. 5652cm
    3. 6354cm
    4. 26280cm
  42. A bus travelled from Kismayu to Dahola, a distance of 32km/hr between 8.30am and 1.00pm. Calculate its speed in m/s. 
    1. 20m/s
    2. 66½ m/s
    3. 72m/s
    4. 108m/s
  43. The mean mass of 6 boys is 48kg. If the seventh boy is added, the mean becomes 47.5kg. What is the mass of the seventh boy? 
    1. 44.5kg
    2. 56kg
    3. 49.5kg
    4. 38kg .
  44. In the figure below, line RQ = 17cm, line RP = 15cm and angle RPQ = 90°. What is the area of triangle PQR?
    1. 68cm2
    2. 127.5cm2
    3. 96cm2
    4. 60cm2 
  45. The market price of a jacket was sh. 1800. Kim bought it on cash and he was given a discount of 5%. How much did he pay for the jacket?
    1. Sh.90
    2. Sh.1710
    3. Sh.1890
    4. Sh.1620
  46. Find the circumference of the circle given below. (Take π = 22/7)
    C7ET22022mathset2Q46
    1. 38cm
    2. 11cm
    3. 22cm
    4. 44cm
  47. A train leaves town A at 11.05am and takes 13hrs 45min to reach town B. At what time did it reach town B? 
    1. 11.48am
    2. 12.48pm
    3. 1.48am
    4. 0048hrs 
  48. A school has 240 pupils in lower primary. This is 60% of the total number of pupils in the school. How many pupils are there in upper primary?
    1. 300
    2. 340
    3. 160
    4. 400
  49. A teacher had 15½m of cloth. She gave each of her 4 pupils 3½m of the cloth each. What length of cloth was she left with?
    1. 11/3
  50. What is the next shape in the pattern below?
    C7ET22022mathset2Q50

MARKING SCHEME

  1. A
  2. C
  3. D
  4. B
  5. A
  6. B
  7. C
  8. D
  9. C
  10. A
  11. A
  12. D
  13. B
  14. D
  15. A
  16. D
  17. B
  18. C
  19. B
  20. A
  21. A
  22. D
  23. C
  24. A
  25. B
  26. A
  27. A
  28. B
  29. B
  30. B
  31. D
  32. D
  33. C
  34. C
  35. D
  36. D
  37. C
  38. B
  39. D
  40. C
  41. B
  42. A
  43. A
  44. D
  45. B
  46. B
  47. D
  48. C
  49. A
  50. C

Questions

0105SOSTMAP

Study the map of Saru area and answer questions 1 to 7

  1. The main reason for establishing a forest in Saru area was to
    1. provide shade to tea bushes.
    2. attract rainfall in the area.
    3. protect sources of rivers.
    4. make the landscape beautiful.
  2. Which one of the following products is carried along the railway line to Mote town?
    1. Limestone.
    2. Fish.
    3. Timber.
    4. Tea leaves.
  3. The general flow of the river in Sana area is from
    1. east.
    2. north east.
    3. south west.
    4. north.
  4. Which one of the following economic! activities is not carried out in Saru area?
    1. Trading.
    2. Lumbering.
    3. Fishing
    4. Mining.
  5. The approximate length of the murram road in Saru area is
    1. 8km
    2. 12km
    3. 6 km
    4. 4km
  6. The type of factory in Mote town is
    1. an assembling industry,
    2. a service industry.
    3. aprocessing industry.
    4. a manufacturing industry.
  7. The type of soil in the north eastern part of Saru area is
    1. alluvial soil.
    2. clay soil.
    3. volcanic soil.
    4. sandy soil.
  8. Which one of the following groups is made up of people who share a common ancestor in traditiona lAkamba community? Kioko
    1. his brother, his sister, 
    2. his wife, his daughter,
    3. his son, his wife.
    4. his sister, his wife.
  9. The main duty performed by Mugwe in the traditional Ameru government was
    1. leading warriors to war.
    2. preparing medicine from plants.
    3. allocating land to clan members.
    4. performing religious ceremonies.
  10. Which one of the following combinations is made up of Bantu communities that were dispersed from the Shungwaya area by the Galla?
    1. Ngoni and Chagga.
    2. Pokomo and Mijikenda.
    3. Akamba and Taita.
    4. Abagusii and Abaluhyia.
  11. The main agricultural export crop of Rwanda and Burundi is 
    1. cloves.
    2. sisal.
    3. coffee.
    4. wheat
  12. Below are descriptions of a lake in Africa:
    1. It formed when water collected in faults. 
    2. It is the deepest lake in Africa.
    3. It is shared by several countries
      The lake described above is lake
      1. Victoria.
      2. Chad.
      3. Malawi.
      4. Tanganyika.
  13. Before the coming of Europeans the Abawanga people were ruled by 
    1. kings.
    2. chiefs.
    3. council of elders.
    4. emperors.
  14. On a polling day in Kenya, elections at a polling station are supervised by a
    1. polling clerk.
    2. presiding officer.
    3. returning officer
    4. police officer
  15. Three of the following are problems facing Maasai pastoralists. Which one is not?
    1. Decrease in grazing land.
    2. Creation of beefranches.
    3. Inadequate pasture in the dry period.
    4. Long distances to markets.

Use the map of Africa to answer questions 16 to 19.
0105SOost16

  1. Three of the following statements about the climate marked T are true. Which one is not? 
    1. Annual rainfall is over 1 500mm.
    2. Diurnal range of temperature is low.
    3. Average temperature is 26°C.
    4. Rainfall is brought by Westerly winds.
  2. The mountains marked N were formed through
    1. folding of underneath rocks.
    2. eruption of molten lava.
    3. uplifting of land between faults.
    4. erosion of soft parts of the earth.
  3. Which one of the following communities live in the area marked X?
    1. Dinka
    2. Xhosa
    3. Mbundu 
    4. Fulani
  4. The main seaport of the country marked P is
    1. Asmara.
    2. Mitsiwa.
    3. Djibouti.
    4. Port Sudan.
  5. The main emphasis of indigenous education in traditional African communities was to
    1. enable warriors defend the community.
    2. teach children how to read and write.
    3. equip the youth with helpful skills.
    4. help members live in peace.
  6. Which one of the following actions by citizens of Kenya is not a demonstration of patriotism?
    1. Acquiring citizenship of other countries.
    2. Payment of taxes.
    3. Conservation of the environment.
    4. Obeying the laws of the country.
  7. The title of the official who was in charge of finance in traditional Buganda government was
    1. Gabuga.
    2. Omwanika.
    3. Omulamuzi.
    4. Bataka
  8. Marine fishing in Kenya and Tanzania is not well developed due to
    1. poor roads along the coast. 
    2. lack of market for fish.
    3. lack of funds to buy modern fishing equipment
    4. inadequate fish in the seas.
  9. The main cause of soil erosion in pastoral areas in Kenya is
    1. deforestation.
    2. monocropping.
    3. overcropping,
    4. overcropping.
  10. The Konza-Magadi railway branch was built mainly to transport
    1. agricultural products.
    2. tourists.
    3. mineral resources. 
    4. livestock.
  11. Which one of the following duties is performed by the deputy head teacher in schoolmanagement?
    1. Writing minutes during staff meetings.
    2. Chairing Board of Management meetings.
    3. Providing a school with text books.
    4. Ensuring proper use of school funds.
  12. Differences in lengths of day and night on earth are caused by 
    1. rotation of the earth round the sun.
    2. revolution of the earth round the sun.
    3. movement of the sun from east to west.
    4. revolution of the moon round the earth.
  13. Which one of the following communities live
    1.  Nyasa.
    2.  Bakongo.
    3.  Arabs.
    4. Wolof.
  14. Which one of the following duties is not performed by a governor in Kenya?
    1. Appointing the county commissioner.
    2. Implenrenting county projects.
    3. Co-ordinating county departments.
    4. Appointing deputy governor.
  15. The following are statements about a multi- purpose river projects in Africa:
    1. It is found in a duty country.
    2. It was build to store water for irrigation.
    3. A large lake was formed.
      The multi-purpose river project described above is
      1. Kariba dam.
      2. Aswan high dam.
      3. Akosombo dam.
      4. Masinga dam.
  16. The most common type of trees in the savannah vegetation are
    1. eucalyptus and pine.
    2. teak and ebony.
    3. acacia and boahat.
    4. cacti and euphorbia.
  17. The main factor that undermines regional trade in Eastern Africa is the
    1. use of differenzianguages.
    2. low levels of education.
    3. use of different currencies.
    4. production of similar goods.

Use the diagram below to answer question 33.
0105SOost33

  1.  Which one of the following lakes was formed through the process shown in the diagram, above? Lake
    1. Kanyaboli in Kenya.
    2. Nyos in Cameroon
    3. Tana in Ethiopia.
    4. Kivu in Rwanda.
  2. Three of the following statements about Masaku of the Akamba people are true. Which one is not? He
    1. traded with the coastal Arabs.
    2. was a medicineman.
    3. prophesied future events.
    4. attacked the railway builders.
  3. Below are statements of a type of marriage. 
    1. It is conducted by a religious ler
    2. A marriage certificate is not issued
    3. A 21 days notice is given.
    4. A man can marry upto four wives
      Which one of the following combinations of statements is correct about Islamic marriage
      1. ii and iii
      2. i and iv
      3. i and ii 
      4. ii and iv
  4. Which one of the following statements correctly describes equinox? It is when
    1. the sun is overhead cancer.
    2. four seasons occur.
    3. when days and nights are equal.
    4. when there is a solar eclipse.
  5. Which one of the following groups is made up of Semitic speakers only?
    1. Arabs, Tigre, Amharans.
    2. Sanye, Sandawe, Dahalo.
    3. Gabbra, Galla, Borana.
    4. Dorobo, Sabaot, Tugen.
  6. Atieno was asked by her teacher to give an  example of a child with special needs. Her correct answer was
    1. a widow whose husband is dead.
    2. a pupil who is weak in Mathematics.
    3. a pupil who moves in a wheel.
    4. an educated youth who is not employed.
  7. Below are statements about a form of communication:
    1. Most people use it.
    2. it reaches many people at once.
    3. It is widespread in rural areas.
      The form of communication described above is
      1. television.
      2. mobile phones.
      3. newspapers.
      4. radio.
  8. The Ameru people settled on the eastern slopes of mount Kenya because the areas 
    1. had good defense sites.
    2. were good for farming.
    3. had forests.
    4. had hilly relief.
  9. Three of the following were duties of Nyamwezi chiefs in the pre-colonial period Which one was not?
    1. Judging cases of murder.
    2. Allocating land to clan members.
    3. Changing religious ceremonies.
    4. Controlling trade.
  10. Africans in Tanganyika struggled independence mainly through
    1. peaceful negotiations.
    2. boycotting work.
    3. violent demonstrations,
    4. guerilla war.
  11. Which one of the following statements about maize growing in Kenya and Tanzania is not true? Maize is
    1. grown in both large and small farms.
    2. own in areas with moderate rainfall.
    3. the main staple food.
    4. grown under irrigation.
  12. Which one of the following plains are corectly matched with the country they are found?
       Plains   Country  
     A    Lotikipi  Uganda
     B   Serengeti  Kenya
     C   Bilesha  Somalia
     D   Kaputei  Tanzania
  13. The dispersal point of the Maasai and the Turkana people was
    1. A. Taita - Kilimanjaro.
    2. area around mount Moroto.
    3. Bahr-el-Ghazal region.
    4. Pubungu Pakwach area.
  14. The following are statements, about a prominent leader in Eastern Africa:
    1. He was the last emperar of Ethiopia.
    2. He was overthrown by the army.
    3. He died in 1975.
      The person described above is
      1. Haile Selassie
      2. Menelik II
      3. Yohannes 
      4. Tewodros
  15. Direct democracy is applied in a school when
    1. pupils are involved in decision making.
    2. all decisions are made by the head teacher.
    3. prefects discuss issues affecting other pupils.
    4. the class teacher appoints the class prefect.
  16. The main contribution of cocoa growing in Ghana is that
    1. cocoa exports earn foreign exchange.
    2. processing industries have been established.
    3. towns have grown in farming areas.
    4. people have moved to live in growing
  17. Which one of the following is an example of a processing industry?
    1. Shoe making.
    2. Leather tanning.
    3. Steel rolling.
    4. Cement making.
  18. The best method of increasing the number tourists who visit Kenya is 
    1. building more tourist hotels.
    2. increasing the number of game parks.
    3. advertising places of interest.
    4. providing security to tourists in game parks.
  19. Which one of the following is a natural highland forest in Kenya?
    1. Boni forest.
    2. Mangrove forest.
    3. Arabuko Sokoke forest.
    4. Marsabit forest.
  20. The winds that bring rainfall to the cape region of South Africa are
    1. harmattan winds.
    2. westerly winds.
    3. south east Monsoon winds.
    4. north east trade winds.
  21. Which one of the following was as a result of the interaction of the Bantu and Cusbites in the pre-colonial period?
    1. Cushites adopted some Bantu pames.
    2. Bantu learnt crop growing from Cushites.
    3. Bantu adopted circumcision from the Cushites.
    4. Intermarriage led to introduction of Swahili people.
  22. Salt is extracted from the sea at Ngomeni near Malindi using
    1. scooping method.
    2. dredging method.
    3. opencast method.
    4. evaporation method.
  23. Nabongo Mumia of the Abawanga people collaborated with the British because he wanted t
    1. be made a paramount chief. 
    2. be employed in the army.
    3. acquire cattle from the British.
    4. have the railway line pass through his kingdom.
  24. Which one of the following groups of towns in Eastern Africa lies along the Great North  road?
    1. Mombasa, Addis Ababa, Finja.
    2. Dar-es-salaam, Mombasa, Kampala.
    3. Dodoma, Arusha, Nairobi.
    4. Khatoum, Addis Ababa, Jinja.
  25. Three of the following statements about the Rift Valley are true. Which one is not?
    1. It ends in Mozambique. areas.
    2. The floor experiences equatorial climate. %.
    3. It has volcanic mountains on the floor.
    4. Lakes are found on the floor.
  26. Two communities have a dispute over grazing areas. The best method for government to use to solve the conflict is
    1. sending soldiers to disarm the communities.
    2. removing the communities from the disputed area 
    3. arresting the youth from the communities.
    4. helping the communities to negotiate.
  27. Discussions during county assembly meetings are chaired by the
    1. county commissioner.
    2. governor. 
    3. speaker.
    4. county clerk.
  28. The main problem facing beef farming in both Kenya and Tanzania is
    1. inadequate pasture in the dry season.
    2. pests that attack animals. 
    3. lack of veterinary services.
    4. competition from imported meat.

CHRISTIAN RELIGIOUS EDUCATION

  1. The actions of Adam and Eve in the garden of Eden teaches Christians that
    1. they should multiply.
    2. work is blessed by God.
    3. . they have authority over all creation.
    4. they should obey God's command.
  2. Which one of the following places was Abraham living in before going to Canaan?
    1. Haran.
    2. Midian.
    3. Ur.
    4. Sodom.
  3. The brothers of Joseph recognized Joseph in Egypt when
    1. he sharedameal with them.
    2. he took them to the king. 
    3. they found a golden cup in their sacks.
    4. he told them whom he was.
  4. Which one of the following is a way in which God's power was seen on the night of  the Exodus in Egypt?
    1. Splitting of the Red Sea.
    2. Death of the Egyptian firstborn males.
    3. Darkness that covered Egypt.
    4. A thick cloud that covered mt Sinai. 
  5. Who among the following people accompanied Moses on mount Sinai during the giving of the ten commandments?
    1. Aaron.
    2. Jethro.
    3. Joshua.
    4. Hur.
  6. The value demonstrated by Ruth when she followed her mother-in-law back to Bethlehem was
    1. loyalty.
    2. hardwork. 
    3. faithfulness.
    4. obedience,
  7. The action of king David that annoyed God  was when he
    1. allowed the worship of idols.
    2. took the wife of Uriah.
    3. traded with foreign kings.
    4. married many foreign wives. 
  8. The story of king Ahab and Naboth teaches Christians that they should
    1. obey the country's leaders
    2. not sell their property. 
    3. acquire wealth honestly,
    4. condemn evil in the society.
  9. Which one of the following people is correctly matched with his prophesy?
    1. Jeremiah--birth of Jesus in Bethlehem,
    2. Hosea - escape of Jesus to Egypt.
    3. Micah entry of Jesus to Jerusalem on a donkey.
    4. Zecharia-killing of the baby boys.
  10. When angel Gabriel appeared to Zechariah he told him that
    1. he would have many descendants.
    2. he would have an everlasting kingdom.
    3. he would live to an old age.
    4. his wife would get a son,
  11. The main reason why Simeon was happy when Jesus was presented in the temple was that he
    1. had been waiting to see the Saviour.
    2. was an old man.
    3. stayed in the temple praying and fasting,
    4. wanted to hold Jesus in his hands.
  12. Human beings cannot live on bread alone. (Luke 4:4). These words were said by Jesus when he
    1. attended the Passover feast in Jerusalem.
    2. was fasting in the wilderness.
    3. fed the five thousand people with bread.
    4. ate in the house of Zacchaeus..
  13. Zacchaeus climbed a tree when Jesus was passing through Jericho mainly because he
    1. was a short man.
    2. wanted to invite Jesus to his house.
    3. wanted to see Jesus.
    4. wanted to repent his sins.
  14. The leper who went back to thank Jesus when ten of them were healed was
    1. a Samaritan.
    2. a Levite. 
    3. an Israelite.
    4. an Ethiopian.
  15. The parable of the lost sheep as taught by Jesus teaches Christians to
    1. take good care of their sheep.
    2. take care of the needy. 
    3. be fair in their actions.
    4. bring more converts to the church.
  16. Which one of the following events took place on the night Jesus was praying in the garden of Gethsemane?
    1. .An angel came down and comforted Hin. 
    2. cloud covered Jesus.
    3. Moses and Elijah appeared.
    4. A voice was heard from heaven.
  17. Who among the following people is correctly matched with what he did during she trial and crucifiction of Jesus?
    1. Pilate - he buried the body of Jesus.
    2. Simon - he asked for permission to bury Jesus.
    3. Peter - he denied Jesus.
    4. Joseph -  he carried the cross of Jesus.
  18. The disciples were in a closed room on the day of Pentecost because they were 
    1. afraid of the Jews. 
    2. waiting for the Holy Spirit.
    3. fasting.
    4. praying together.
  19. When Saul was blinded by a bright light, he was going to Damascus to
    1. take money to fellow believers.
    2. preach to the Gentiles
    3. arrest the followers of Jesus.
    4. distribute food to the widows.
  20. The main reason why Stephen was stoned to death was that he had
    1. argued with the teachers of the law.
    2. refused to denounce Jesus.
    3. refused to perform a miracle.
    4. worked on a Sabbath.
  21. Which one of the following statements about prayer in both Christianity and traditional African communities is correct?
    1. Prayers are said at fixed times.
    2. All prayers are answered.
    3. Prayers are said through Jesus.
    4. There are prayers for special occasions.
  22. People ask for forgiveness from God in traditional African communities by
    1. reading the scriptures.
    2. skipping meals to streghthen faith.
    3. .naming children after ancestors.
    4. offering sacrifices in shrines.
  23. In traditional African communities, people show respect to life by
    1. putting charms on an expectant mother.
    2. giving an expectant mother special foods.
    3. praying for an expectant mother.
    4. isolating an expectant mother.
  24. The youth are taught good behaviour in traditional African societies in order to
    1. make them grow into responsible adults.
    2. enable them become leaders.
    3. prepare them for marriage.
    4. make them become clan leaders.
  25. The best way for parents to teach children good behaviour is by
    1. punishing those who misbehave.
    2. making rules for the family.
    3. setting good examples.
    4. attending church services with them
  26. Damaris has completed her primary school education. The best activity to engage in while waiting for her results is
    1. attending to the needs of old people. 
    2. attending night parties.
    3. reading a story book.
    4. visiting her friends.
  27. Michael and his family donate food to the hungry. This shows that they are
    1. rich.
    2. honest.
    3. kind.
    4. humble.
  28. Your deskmate does not like bathing and his clothes are dirty. The best action for you to take is to
    1. take his clothes and wash them.
    2. advise him on the importance of cleanliness.
    3. report him to the class teacher.
    4. tell other pupils to wash him by force.
  29. You find your father and mother quarrelling. The best action to take is to
    1. find out who is wrong.
    2. advise them to discuss their differences.
    3. support your mother.
    4. report them to the local chief.
  30. Christians preach against prostitution because it
    1. causes illnesses.
    2. leads to unwanted pregnancies.
    3. makes people not be respected.
    4. is against Gods commands.

ISLAMIC RELIGIOUS EDUCATION

  1. Which of the following chapters mentions the clot of blood?
    1. Ikhlas
    2. Tyn
    3. Alaq
    4. Bayyina
  2. Where was surah Tiyo revealed?
    1. Makkah
    2. Madina
    3. Mina
    4. Abbysinia
  3. Which surah is an outright curse to one of prophets Muhammad's (SAW) uncles? 
    1. Lahab
    2. Waariah
    3. Humazah
    4. Nasr
  4. The favours of Allah are mentioned in a chapter known as
    1. Kawthar
    2. Kafaafirun 
    3. Tiyn
    4. Falaq
  5. Which of the following is true according to Almaun? 
    1. We should be blind to people.
    2. Allah is one.
    3. Forgiveness comes from Allah.
    4. Qur'an was revealed by Allah.
  6. How many principals are highlighted in surah Bayyina?
    1. Five.
    2. Ninety nine.
    3. Three.
    4. Forty.
  7. How many sources of law are found in
    1. 10
    2. 5
    3. 114
    4. None
  8. The welcoming and aitending to the guests as required is mentioned to be
    1. tawhid.
    2. tawakkul.
    3. generosity. 
    4. hospitality.
  9. No one will enter paradise except the
    1. Muslims
    2. clean.
    3. better.
    4. low.
  10. What should a Muslim do to those who annoy him or her?
    1. Fight them. 
    2. Leave them.
    3. Mingle with them.
    4. Run away.
  11. Where is the phrase samiallhu Liman hamida read? In
    1. sujud.
    2. rukuu.
    3. julus.
    4. itidal
  12. Which one of the following informs Mulims that swalah is ready?'
    1. Adhan.
    2. Attahiyyatu.
    3. Iqamah.
    4. Taslim.
  13. What is najis?
    1. Any form of dirt
    2. Cleanliness
    3. Tawhid
    4. Units
  14. The alternative of ablution in Islam is well offknown as
    1. istiinjai.
    2. janaba.
    3. tawudh.
    4. tayammum.
  15. The attribute of Allah which refers to Him the creator is known as
    1. al muswawir.
    2. al khalig.
    3. as salaam.
    4. al muhaimin.
  16. The term maasumin represents the nature of the prophets as the one that
    1. married many wives.
    2. were not born.
    3. did not have sins.
    4. were many in numbers.
  17. Which of the following is not a characteristic of an Islamic dress?
    1. Opaque.
    2. Long.
    3. Transparent.
    4. Loose.
  18. Those around us are commonly known as
    1. Muslims.
    2. enemies.
    3. neighbours.
    4. polytheists.
  19. Which of the following is the basis of islamic months?
    1. Hajra
    2. Tahajjud
    3. Umrah
    4. Hijra
  20. Which of the following is the second Islamic month?
    1.  Shawal
    2.  Muharram
    3.  DhulQaada
    4. Swafr Islam?
  21. Which one of the following is not a sacred
    1. Dhulhijja
    2. Muharram
    3. Shawal
    4. Rajab
  22. How many adhans are called during jumuah prayer?
    1. 2
    2. 3
    3. 1
    4. 9
  23. Who are servants? 
    1. The slaves.
    2. Those who help us do what we can not.
    3. The babysitters.
    4. .Aunties.
  24. The act of mixing poor and good qualities of goods is known as 
    1. Intikaar
    2. Riba
    3. Ghush
    4. Baia
  25. How many wives did prophet Muhammad have?
    1. 10
    2. 11
    3. 24
    4. 12
  26. What is shilb Abu Talib? The
    1. house of Abu Talib.
    2. quarters of Abu Talib.
    3. mosque ofAbu Talib.
    4. wealth of Abu Talib.
  27. Which angel is in charge of sunshine?
    1. Jibril
    2. Malik
    3. .Mikail
    4. Atid
  28. Which of the following type of work is halal in Islam?
    1. Working in a milkbar.
    2. Working in a casino.
    3. Working in a park farm.
    4. Transporting of wines
  29. Which of the following is not a bounty of Allah (SWT)?
    1. Earth
    2. Mountains
    3. Giraffes
    4. Hate
  30. What matters a lot during nikaah in Islam?
    1. The bride's consent.
    2. Mahr availability.
    3. Parental consent.
    4. The beauty of the lady. 

Marking Scheme

  1. C
  2. A
  3. B
  4. B
  5. A
  6. D
  7. C
  8. A
  9. D
  10. B
  11. C
  12. D
  13. A
  14. B
  15. B
  16. D
  17. A
  18. D
  19. B
  20. C
  21. A
  22. B
  23. C
  24. D
  25. C
  26. A
  27. B
  28. C
  29. A
  30. B
  31. C
  32. D
  33. A
  34. D
  35. B
  36. C
  37. A
  38. C
  39. D
  40. B
  41. B
  42. A
  43. D
  44. C
  45. B
  46. A
  47. A
  48. A
  49. B
  50. C
  51. D
  52. B
  53. C
  54. D
  55. A
  56. C
  57. B
  58. D
  59. C
  60. A

CRE

  1. D
  2. A
  3. D
  4. B
  5. C
  6. A
  7. B
  8. C
  9. B
  10. D
  11. A
  12. B
  13. C
  14. D
  15. D
  16. A
  17. C
  18. A
  19. C
  20. B
  21. D
  22. D
  23. B
  24. A
  25. C
  26. A
  27. C
  28. B
  29. B
  30. D

IRE

  1. C
  2. A
  3. A
  4. A
  5. C
  6. B
  7. D
  8. B
  9. C
  10. D
  11. C
  12. A
  13. D
  14. B
  15. C
  16. C
  17. C
  18. D
  19. D
  20. B
  21. A
  22. B
  23. C
  24. D
  25. B
  26. C
  27. A
  28. D
  29. A

Questions

  1. Below is a diagram of the mammalian heart,
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    Which one of the following statements is correct about the part marked P?
    1. It carries deoxygenated blood
    2. It transports blood from the lungs to the heart 
    3.  It has valves
    4. It carries blood to the rest of the body
  2. Which one of the following statements is NOT true about arteries? 
    1. They have large lumens
    2. They have thick walls
    3. All of them carry blood rich in oxygen
    4. They carry blood to the heart
  3. Which one of the following is both a major and living component of the environment?
    1. Rocks
    2. Air
    3. Animals
    4. Soil
  4. The pie chart below shows the components of air.
    0104Sci04
    The component marked R is NOT used for;
    1. germination of sceds 
    2. making plant food
    3. burning
    4. breathing
  5. Which pair of processes of change of state of matter below requires an increase in temperature?
    1. Expansion and contraction
    2. Freezing and condensation
    3. Melting and freezing
    4. Evaporation and melting
  6. The soil that cracks when dry;
    1. has the best drainage 
    2. spreads easily when poured down
    3. leaches so easily
    4. has tiny particles
  7. Which one of the following pair of factors will make  a cork and a bottle top float on water respectively?
    1. Mass and density
    2. Shape and mass 
    3. Material and shape
    4. Size and material
  8. Which one of the following parts of an insectivorous plant helps to trap insects?
    1. Flower
    2. Leaf 
    3. Stem
    4. Root
  9. The following are characteristics of a certain animal;
    1. they lay eggs 3
    2. body wholy covered with scales 
    3. breath through the lungs
      The animal described above is likely to be;
      1. fish
      2. hen
      3. snake
      4. salamander
  10. The following are true about maize plant and pawpaw plant except;
    1. they are both flowering
    2. they are green in colour 
    3. they both have separate male and female parts
    4. there is pollination in both plants
  11. Which one of the following would be the best way to control weeds in a wheat plantation?
    1. Uprooting
    2. Digging out
    3. Use of herbicides
    4. Slashing
  12. Std 4 pupils set up an experiment below. They put two holes as shown.
    0104Sci12
    The pupils concluded that;
    1. pressure in liquids increases with depth
    2. pressure in liquids is equal at the same depth 
    3. matter occupies space
    4. liquids exert pressure in all directions
  13. The following statements are TRUE about AIDS except;
    1. married people should prevent its spread by abstaining
    2. unmarried people should avoid having sexual intercourse to prevent its spread
    3. it has no cure
    4. it is caused by a virus
  14. Which of the following pairs of materials can best be used as insulators?
    1. Aluminium foil and dry wood
    2. Rubber and plastic
    3. Metal sheet and iron bar
    4. Thin polythene and steel wool
  15. Which one of the following is common between a turtle and a lizard? Both;
    1. have external fertilization
    2. lay eggs
    3. breath through gills
    4. have a constant body temperature

Use the diagram below to answer question 16.
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  1. In which of the above labelled paris does absorption" take place?
    1. T and U
    2. Q and U
    3. P and S
    4. R and Q 
  2. A std 6 pupil came across a windvane whose tail was facing South. The wind was likely to be blowing to the;
    1. East
    2. North
    3. South
    4. West
  3. Mr. Joseph, a Science teacher at Obama PrimarySchool, put sand particles in a sufuria which had boiling water. He saw the sand particles moving up and down. This was due to;
    1. conduction in solids
    2. convection in solids
    3. radiation in gases
    4. convection in liquids
  4. The following are processes that take place in plants;
    1. photosynthesis i
    2. transpiration
    3. food storage
    4. protection
    5. transportation
      Which of the above processes are performed by the soil?
      1. (iii) (iv)(v)
      2. (i)(ii) (ii)(iv) (v)
      3. (i) (iv) (v)
      4. (i)(iv) (v)
  5. Which of the following groups of plants consists of green non-flowering plants only?
    1. Avocado, grass, bean
    2. Fern, cedar, fir
    3. Moss, fern, toadstool
    4. Mushroom, puffball, mould
  6. Which one of the following statements is TRUE abour flour? It;
    1. has a definite shape
    2. has no definite size
    3. has no definite shape
    4. has an indefinite volume
  7. Std 5 pupils of Kobola Primary carried out the experiment shown below.
    From the experiment soil C is likely to;
    1. have the best drainage
    2. have large particles
    3. be good for modelling
    4. be best for growing crops
  8. Which of the following lists consists of common communicable diseases? 
    1. Cholera, typhoid, bilharzia
    2. Malaria, tuberculosis, typhoid
    3. Anaemia, polio, tetanus
    4. Kwashiorkor, marasmus, rickets
  9. The following statements are true about carbohydrates except one. Which one? They;
    1. provide the body with energy
    2. keep the body warm
    3. contain sugar and starch
    4. build various body parts
  10. The following statements describe drug misuse except one. Which one?
    1. Taking wrong medicine
    2. Taking medicine prescribed to someone else
    3. Taking a wrong dosage
    4. Buying medicine within a doctor's prescription
  11. The following are practices that can lead to the spread of HIV/AIDS except;
    1. eating together from a common plate
    2. sharing sharp body piercing objects
    3. exchange of saliva
    4. mother to child during breast feeding
  12. Which among the lists of materials below can be classified as opaque?
    1. Skylight, clean water, window pane
    2. Wood, mirror, metal sheet
    3. Iron sheet, black polythene, clear plastic
    4. Windscreen, tyre, dirty water
  13. Std 5 pupils at Hillside school mixed water with soil as shown in the diagram below.
    0104Sci28
    They shook after a while. The mixture settled. Layer E is likely to be;
    1. water
    2. humus
    3. clay soil
    4. gravel
  14. Plants depend on animals for all the following except;
    1. pollination
    2.  nutrients
    3. shelter
    4. carbon dioxide
  15. Which one of the following components of the  environment do living things depend on directly?
    1. Soil and water
    2. Air and soil
    3. Water and air
    4. Soil and light
  16. The extent to which a type of soil feels fine or coarse is referred to as;
    1. soil profile
    2. soil drainage
    3. soil texture
    4. soil capillarity
  17. Which one of the following conditions is not necessary for germination of seeds?
    1. Soil
    2. Warmth
    3. Air
    4. Water
  18. The diagram below shows a maize seed.
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    The parts marked P, Q and Rare;
      P Q S
    A  Style scar  radicle    fruit scar 
    B  Radicle  plumule   endosperm
    C  Style  endosperm   cotyledon
    D   Fruit scar  plumule   radicle
  19. Which one of the following conditions is not necessary for germination of seeds?
    1. Soil
    2. Warmth 
    3. Air
    4. Water
  20. Std 6 pupils were asked by their teacher to collect the following materials;
    1. clay or plasticine
    2. thorns or pins
    3. glue or paste
    4. manila paper and softboard
      Which of the following were they likely to make?
      1. Air thermometer
      2. Beam balance
      3. See saw
      4. The solar system
  21. Roughages are important in the diet since they,
    1. help in digestion of food
    2. help to remove undigested food matter
    3. prevent the skin from drying
    4. are sources of energy
  22. The flow chart below shows the movement of  blood in the human body.
    0104Sci37
    Which of the vessels marked J, K, L and M are likely to carry blood without oxygen?
    1. J and K
    2. Land M
    3. M and K
    4. J and L
  23. Which of the following parts of the breathing system is wrongly matched with its function?
    1. Nose - warming the air
    2. Alveoli - moistening the air 
    3. Trachea - trapping dust particles with its hair
    4. Lungs - removing carbon di xide from air
  24. The diagram below shows a type of soil erosion.
    0104Sci39 
    The type of soil erosion can be controlled by;
    1. planting cover crops
    2. building porous dams
    3. digging bench terraces
    4. ploughing along the contours
  25. Draining of stagnant water would help prevent the spread of;
    1. tuberculosis
    2. malaria
    3. typhoid
    4. tetanus
  26. Which one of the following methods of food preservation does not allow air and bacteria to reach food?
    1. Use of low temperatures and canning
    2. Salting and refrigeration
    3. Using ashes and canning
    4. Use of honey and smoking
  27. Which of the following components of soil can be investigated by use of heat?
    1. Humus and water
    2. Water and mineral particles
    3. Air and humus
    4. Water and air
  28. Which of the following is not an effect of lack of proteins in young children?
    1. Thin brown hair
    2. Swollen face and stomach
    3. Skin appears pale
    4. Sores at the corners of the mouth
  29. The diagram below represents a certain device
    0104Sci44
    The device is used to; 
    1. measure the weight of objects
    2. compare the mass of objects
    3. measure the force of objects
    4. measure the volume of objects
  30. All the following are social effects of drug abuse except;
    1. truancy
    2. marital conflicts 
    3. poor judgement 
    4. rape
  31. The following are characteristics of clouds;
    1. mountain shaped
    2. white in colour
    3. have a flat bottom
    4. appear like bundles of cotton wool
    5. dark grey in colour
      Which of the statements above describe cumulus clouds?
      1. (i)(iii) (v)
      2. (ii) (iv) (v) 
      3. (i)(ii) (v)
      4. (ii) (iii)(iv)
  32. The following methods preserve food by dehydrating it except;
    1. canning
    2. salting
    3. drying
    4. smoking
  33. Which of the lists below consists of natural sources of light?
    1. Windows, bulb, moon
    2. Sky light, firefly, sunligat 
    3. Gas, lamp, candle
    4. Candle, torch, electricity
  34. Which one of the following is likely to attack young bean plants after germination?
    1. Mole
    2. Aphid
    3. Cutworm
    4. Stalk borer .
  35. Which one of the following livestock parasite affects the small intestines only?
    1. Liverfluke
    2. Tapeworm
    3. Lungworm
    4. Hookworm

Marking Scheme

  1. D
  2. A
  3. C
  4. B
  5. D
  6. D
  7. C
  8. B
  9. C
  10. C
  11. B
  12. A
  13. A
  14. B
  15. B
  16. A
  17. B
  18. D
  19. A
  20. B
  21. A
  22. C
  23. B
  24. D
  25. D
  26. A
  27. B
  28. B
  29. C
  30. C
  31. C
  32. A
  33. C
  34. C
  35. D
  36. B
  37. C
  38. B
  39. A
  40. B
  41. D
  42. A
  43. C
  44. B
  45. C
  46. D
  47. A
  48. B
  49. A
  50. D

Questions

  1. Which of the following is six million, six hundred and six thousand and sixty six in numerals?
    1. 6 606 066
    2. 6 066 066
    3. 6006 606
    4. 6 606 660
  2. How many hundreds are there in the total value of digit 5 in the number 8 534 217?
    1. 500
    2. 500 000
    3. 5 000
    4. 50 000
  3. What is 59.34892 to the nearest thousandths?
    1. 59.3489
    2. 59.35
    3. 59.3
    4. 59.349
  4. The area of a square plot of land is 676m. What is its perimeter?
    1. 52m
    2. 104m
    3. 208m
    4. 156m
  5. What is the difference between the GCD of 12, 24 and 36 and the LCM of 12, 18 and 24?
    1. 60
    2. 84
    3. 48
    4. 12
  6. What is the value of
    0.48 x 7.2 x 5.8 ?
      0.12 x 2.9
    1. 0.576
    2. 5.76
    3. 57.6
    4. 576
  7. By selling a shirt at sh. 360, a trader made a loss of 20%. What was the buying price of a trouser?
    1. Sh 500
    2. Sh. 600
    3. Sh. 420
    4. Sh. 450
  8. Find the perimeter of the rectangle shown Below if y=8.
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    1. 29cm
    2. 58cm
    3. 116cm
    4. 84cm
  9. What is the square root of the number obtained when 2 304 is divided by 4?
    1. 22
    2. 28
    3. 24
    4. 32
  10. In the figure below line AB and AC are straight lines. Line PQ and line TS are parallel lines
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    What is the size of angle BAC?
    1.  70°
    2.  60°
    3.  50°
    4. 40°
  11. What is the next number in the pattern below?
    4,9, 25, 49 ___________
    1.  81
    2.  169
    3.  225
    4. 121
  12. Arrange the fractions below in descending order: 13/20, 4/5, 3/8, 3/4
    1. 3/8 , 13/203/44/5
    2. 4/, 3/4 , 13/203/8
    3.  4/13/20 , 3/4  , 3/8
    4. 3/8 , 3/413/204/5
  13. What is the square root of 0.0169?
    1. 0.0013
    2.  0.013
    3. 0.13
    4. 1.3
  14. The parallel lines of a trapezium are 18cm and 14cm respectively. The perpendicular distance between parallel lines is 12cm. What is its area? 
    1. 192cm2
    2. 210cm2
    3. 180cm2
    4. 160cm2
  15. What is the circumference of a circle whose radius is 14cm?
    1. 44cm
    2. 22cm
    3. 176cm
    4. 88cm
  16. Which of the following numbers is divisible by 11?
    1. 25 885
    2. 29 874
    3. 16 896
    4. 26 348
  17. Which of the following will not form a right angled triangle?
    1. 7cm, 24cm, 25cm
    2. 7cm, 15cm, 17cm
    3. 5cm, 12cm, 13cm
    4. 9cm, 40cm, 41cm
  18. Write 37.5% as a fraction in its simplest
    1. 3/8 
    2. 3/5
    3. 3/16
    4. 5/8
  19. The figure below is a cylinder.
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    What is its volume?
    1. 16 420cm
    2. 18 520cm
    3. 13 200cm
    4. 27 720cm
  20. Increase 500 by 20%
    1. 600
    2. 1 100
    3. 800
    4. 900
  21. In a factory, 6 096 bottles of soda were packed in crates of 24 bottles each. How many crates were packed?
    1.  301
    2.  154
    3.  254
    4. 124
  22. Linus bought a sofa set by paying a deposit of sh. 25 000 and eight monthly instalments of sh. 4 500 each. How much was the total cost of the sofa set?
    1. Sh. 61 000
    2. Sh. 36 000
    3. Sh. 54 000
    4. Sh. 76 000
  23. Find the area of the shaded part in the figure below.
    0101Math23
    1. 980cm2
    2. 806cm2
    3. 1 786cm2
    4. 174cm2
  24. A family uses 3 - 2 dl packet of milk everyday. How many litres does the family use in a fort night?
    1. 841
    2. 8.41
    3. 0.841
    4. 8401
  25. The area of a squate plot of land is 6.25ha. What is the length of the plot?
    1. 1 000m
    2. 250m
    3. 500m
    4. 125m
  26. The circumference of a circle is 88m. What is the length of its radius?
    1. 28m
    2. 14m
    3. 7m
    4. 3.5m
  27. Decrease 3 000 by 20%.
    1. 2 400
    2. 2 600
    3. 2 800
    4. 2 200
  28. Ndeto bought 3 trays of eggs at sh. 300. During transportation 10 eggs broke, He sold the rest at sh. 12.00 each. If each tray holds 30 eggs, what was his percentage profit?
    1. 8%
    2. 5%
    3. 20%
    4. 62/3 %
  29. What is the difference between the largest and the smallest number formed by the digits 9, 8, 5,0 and 7?
    1. 47 961
    2. 54 281
    3. 98 750
    4. 50 789
  30. Eutychus was given a commission of sh.4 000 after selling goods worth 80 000. What was his percentage commission?
    1. 95%
    2. 20%
    3. 80%
    4. 5%
  31. The figure below shows a rectangular piece of land. It was fenced using three strands of wire.
    0101Math31
    If a 4m gate was left, what is the total length of wire used?
    1. 656m
    2. 660m
    3. 648m
    4. 560m
  32. Find the area of the figure in centimetres.
    0101Math32
    (Take π = 3.14)
    1. 24.0cm2
    2. 63.25cm2
    3. 48.25cm2
    4. 39.25cm2
  33. What is the value of 168 008 +8?
    1. 21 001
    2. 2 101
    3. 211
    4. 210 001
  34. What is the product of the vertices and faces of an open rectatigular prism?
    1. 48
    2. 64
    3. 40
    4. 56
  35. What is the volume of a cylinder whose whose diameter is 28cm and a height of 15cm?
    1. 1 540cm³
    2. 9 240cm³
    3. 3 080cm³
    4. 1232cm³
  36. Construct an equilateral triangle whose side is 6cm. Draw a circle that touches the vertices. Measure the radius.
    1. 42cm
    2. 1.6cm
    3. 2.5cm
    4. 3.5cm
  37. Below are properties of a certain quadrilateral.
    1. All sides are equal.
    2. Diagonals are varied and bisect each. other at a right angle.
    3. Opposite angles are equal
      Which of the following quadrilateral is described above?
      1. Rhombus
      2. Parallelogram
      3. Rectangle 
      4. Trapezium
  38. Simplify:
    5(2a + 3b) + 3(2a − 2b)
    1. 16a - 96
    2. 16a +216
    3. 16a - 216
    4. 16a + 9b
  39. In a scale drawing, 1cm represent 1.2km, what is the real length of a drawing length of 15cm?
    1. 30km
    2. 18km
    3. 24km
    4. 21km
  40. What is the value of:
    2b² - k
         P
    if b=4, k=2 and p= 5? 
    1. 5
    2. 7
    3. 6
    4. 8
  41. Rose is x years old. Her father is ten times as old as Rose. How old will be her father in 20 years to come?
    1. 10x + 20
    2. x+ 20
    3. 10x - 20
    4. 11x + 20
  42. A car travelling at a speed of 65km/hr took 2 1/5 hours to complete a journey. How long was the journey?
    1. 165km
    2. 121km
    3. 135km
    4. 143km
  43. Akamba bus left Eldoret at 11.50pm. It took 4 hours 55 minutes to travel to Nairobi. At what time did it arrive at Nairobi?
    1. 3.25am
    2. 4.45am
    3. 4.45pm
    4. 5.15am
  44. The diagram below shows a semi circular log of wood.
    0101Math44
    What is its surface area?
    1. 1 588cm2
    2. 1 604cm2
    3. 1 054cm2
    4. 1 440cm2
  45. A tank is 1/3 full of water. After drawing 30  litres of water from the tank it became 1/4 full. How much does the tank hold when full?
    1. 360 l
    2. 180 l
    3. 450 l
    4. 540 l
  46. Two bells P and Q ring after every two and three hours respectively. If they ring together at 9.30am, when will they ring together again?
    1. 3.30am
    2. 2.30pm
    3. 4.30am
    4. 3.30pm
  47. Otieno deposited sh. 90 000 in a bank that paid simple interest at the rate of 8% p.a. How much money was in his account after 2½ years?
    1. Sh. 27 000
    2. Sh. 18 000
    3. Sh. 117 200
    4. Sh. 108 000
  48. Mama Kawira bought the following items from a shop.
    3kg of sugar @sh. 110.00
    4 ½kg of rice @sh. 80.00
    3 packets of milk @sh. 50.00
    500g tea leaves for sh. 75.00
    How much was her total bill?
    1. Sh. 725
    2. Sh. 915
    3. Sh. 875
    4. Sh. 1 025
  49. The pie chart below shows how Emily spends her sh. 36 000 salary.
    How much did she spend on school fees?
    1. Sh. 10 500
    2. Sh. 4 500
    3. Sh. 13 500
    4. Sh. 9 000
  50. Paul scored as follows in his end of term exams.
    Mathematics - 56%
    Kiswahili - 30%
    English - 77%
    Science - 90%
    SST - 77%
    What was his mean score for the five exams?
    1. 66%
    2. 68%
    3. 62%
    4. 65%

Marking Scheme

  1. C
  2. B
  3. C
  4. B
  5. D
  6. B
  7. C
  8. B
  9. B
  10. C
  11. B
  12. D
  13. B
  14. D
  15. C
  16. D
  17. A
  18. B
  19. A
  20. A
  21. A
  22. D
  23. C
  24. D
  25. C
  26. D
  27. C
  28. B
  29. C
  30. C
  31. D
  32. C
  33. B
  34. A
  35. D
  36. B
  37. C
  38. C
  39. B
  40. D
  41. A
  42. A
  43. B
  44. D
  45. C
  46. B
  47. C
  48. D
  49. C
  50. D

ART & CRAFT

  1. Three of the following materials are used in making montage. Which one is not?
    1. Old newspaper
    2. Manila paper
    3. Glue
    4. Water
  2. Smearing colour onto a surface is known as 
    1. smudging 
    2. colouring
    3. brushing
    4. washing
  3. The lightness or darkness of a colour is known as 
    1. tone
    2. paint 
    3. colour
    4. value
  4. The following are natural materials needed for weaving except 
    1. Sisal 
    2. Banana fibres 
    3. Reeds
    4. Plastic
  5. Three of the following materials can be made from leather. Which one cannot
    1. Hats 
    2. Bags
    3. Drums 
    4. Cups
  6. Which one of the following shows a cylindrical form? 
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  7. Grade five pupils made the clay item drawn below. The item is known as a
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    1. Cup
    2. Pot
    3. Sufuria
    4. Jug
  8. The following materials are needed to make a drum except
    1. leather material 
    2. Knives 
    3. Old containers
    4. cloth
  9. What is the name of the digital device shown below?
    G5ET2022ECSSQ9s2
    1. Computer
    2. Laptop
    3. Mobile phone
    4. Tablet
  10. Which one of the following materials cannot be used for painting?
    1.  Crayons
    2.  Charcoal
    3.  Pencil
    4. Eraser

MUSIC

  1. The East African Anthem is sang in the following countries except
    1. Rwanda
    2. South Sudan
    3.  Uganda
    4. Ethiopia 
  2. The participant who leads the rest in a folk song is known as a
    1.  singer
    2.  leader
    3.  soloist
    4. performer
  3. Wind instruments are played by
    1.  hitting
    2.  shaking
    3.  blowing
    4. plucking
  4. How do we stand when singing the national anthem?
    1. At attention
    2. With our hands up
    3. With one leg lifted
    4. With legs apart
  5. When two voices are in agreement while singing together, they are said to be in
    1. pitch
    2.  harmony
    3.  Volume
    4. auto 
  6. A sang that is sand by the people in the mosques or churches are known as ______
    1. folk songs
    2. sacred songs
    3. patriotic songs
    4. lullaby songs
  7. Where is mouth placed in the musical instrument shown below?
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    1. a
    2. b
    3. c
    4. d
  8. The following are musical instruments which accompany songs. Which one is not?
    1. Kayamba
    2. Piano
    3. Guitar
    4. Hand clapping
  9. The following words are found in the first stanza of the Kenya National Anthem. Which one is not?
    1. God
    2. Creation 
    3. Bless 
    4. Arise
  10. The loudness or lowness of a sound in music is known as
    1. volume
    2. pitch
    3. harmony
    4. tone


SOCIAL STUDIES

Study the map of Tuli Area below and answer the questions that follows

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  1. River kiu flows from ______________ to ____________
    1. North, South
    2. South, North
    3. East, West
    4. South to West
  2. What is the direction of the school from the cattle dip?
    1. South West
    2. North West
    3. North East
    4. South East
  3. Which religion do the people of Bura area belong?
    1.  Christianity
    2. Islamic
    3. Pagan
    4. Hindu 
  4. What is the main means of transport used in Bura area?
    1.  Road
    2.  Air
    3.  Railway
    4. Water 
  5. Which element of a map is missing in the above map Bura Area? _________
    1. Key
    2. Frame
    3. Title
    4. Scale
  6. Cultural artifacts are kept in
    1. stadiums
    2. churches
    3. museums
    4. hospitals
  7. The following are parts of administration in a school except
    1. Headteacher
    2. Deputy head teacher
    3. Class prefect
    4. Chief
  8. Soda ash is mined in:
    1. Lake Victoria
    2. Lake Elementaita 
    3. Lake Baringo
    4. Lake Magadi
  9. The following are traditional methods of fishing except
    1. herbs
    2. basket
    3. traps
    4. trawling
  10. Which of the following is a Bantu community in Kenya?
    1. Borana
    2. Maasai
    3. Akamba
    4. Luo
  11. Which is the fastest means of transport?
    1. Railway
    2. Road
    3. Air
    4. Water
  12. The growing of flowers only is known as
    1. horticulture
    2. floriculture
    3. viticulture
    4. agriculture
  13. Who is the head of a county?
    1. President
    2. Governor
    3. Member of county assembly
    4. Chief
      Use the map of Kenya below to answer questions 34 - 35 
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  14. The county marked A is -
    1. Tanzania
    2. Uganda
    3. Somalia
    4. Ethiopia 
  15. The physical feature marked B is
    1. Mt. Kenya
    2. Mt. Elgon
    3. Mt. Longonot
    4. Mt. Marsabit
  16. The following were ways of passing knowledge in the past. Which one is not?
    1. Songs
    2. Riddles
    3. Reading
    4. Apprenticeship 
  17. Which one of the following is the largest lake in Kenya?
    1. Lake Victoria
    2. Lake Turkana
    3. Lake Bogoria
    4. Lake Naivasha
  18. Dairy farming is done in all the following counties in Kenya except
    1. Kişii
    2. Meru
    3. Kiambu
    4. Mandera 
  19. An area of a fairly raised land that is almost flat at the top is known as a
    1. Plain
    2. Plateau
    3. Lake
    4. Hill
  20. The general elections in Kenya is done after every ____________________ years. 
    1. 5
    2. 10
    3. 20 
    4. 15

CHRISTIAN RELIGIOUS EDUCATION

  1. A grade five teacher was teaching his pupils about the story of creation from the book of Genesis. The teacher taught them that God created human beings mainly to:
    1. eat the fruits in the garden B
    2. cultivate the garden
    3. take care of his creation
    4. talk with the serpent 
  2. Which one of the following is NOT a member of the nuclear family.
    1. Aunt
    2. Mother
    3. Father
    4. Children
  3. Who among the following kings of Israel was known for his wisdom?
    1. Samson
    2. Ahab
    3. Solomon
    4. David
  4. Who among the following prophets had a contest with the prophets of baal at Mt. Camel?
    1. Elisha 
    2. Elijah 
    3. Jeremiah
    4. Joel
  5. Alice, a grade four learner, keeps on praying to God to excel in her exams but feels like God is NOT answering her prayers. Which one of the following is the BEST advice you would give her?
    1. To keep on praying 
    2. To drop out of school
    3. To commit suicide
    4. To stop praying
  6. Children should learn to obey their parents mainly because:
    1. They will be cursed if they don't
    2. It is away of pleasing them
    3. They will become responsible citizens
    4. God commands them to do so
  7. Which one of the following gifts of the Holy Spirit did Peter portray on the day of pentecost?
    1. preaching
    2. knowledge
    3. Healing
    4. Wisdom
  8. Which one of the following miracles performed by Jesus shows that He has power over nature? 
    1. Healing the man possessed by demons
    2. Calming the storm
    3. Healing the Roman officer's servant
    4. Healing Peter's mother in-law
  9. Which one of the following is the BEST way grade five pupils can utilize their leisure time?
    1. practicing in the church chair 
    2. cleaning the school compound 
    3. reading Bible stories
    4. Visiting the elderly
  10. Paul, a grade four learner bought a pencil from a shop. The shopkeeper Jane gave excess change which he returned. The Christian value that Paul demonstrated is:
    1. love
    2. humility
    3. honesty
    4. obedience

 MARKING SCHEME

  1. D
  2. A
  3. A
  4. D
  5. D
  6. B
  7. B
  8. D
  9. B
  10. D
  11. D
  12. C
  13. C
  14. A
  15. B
  16. B
  17. A
  18. D
  19. D
  20. A
  21. A
  22. B
  23. A
  24. A
  25. D
  26. C
  27. D
  28. D
  29. D
  30. C
  31. C
  32. B
  33. B
  34. D
  35. B
  36. C
  37. A
  38. D
  39. B
  40. A
  41. C
  42. A
  43. C
  44. B
  45. A
  46. D
  47. A
  48. B
  49. D
  50. C
  1. Some Grade 5 learners were asked to name some wastes that decompose easily.
    This was their response.
    Rono:        Banana peels.
    Atieno:      Kitchen refuse.
    Wambua:  Leaves.
    Cheptoo:  Plastic bottles.
    Who was not correct?
    1.  Wambua.
    2.  Cheptoo.
    3. Rono.
    4. Atieno.
  2. Which of the following shows a beam balance?
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    3. G5ET2022EsciQ2cs2
    4. G5ET2022EsciQ2ds2
  3. In which of the following levers is the fulcrum between the effort and the load?
    1. Wheelbarrow. 
    2. Claw hammer.
    3. Broom.
    4. Fishing rod.
  4. Which of the following parts of a computer is correctly matched with its function?
    1. Monitor -- provessing data.
    2. Keyboard... producing hard copies.
    3. Screen -typing.
    4. Mouse - selecting parts of text.
  5. A certain substance had the following characteristics:
    1. It had no definite shape.
    2. It had a definite volume. 
    3. It also had a definite mass.
      The substance being described above is most likely to be
      1. a stone.
      2. tea.
      3. charcoal.
      4. air.
  6. One afternoon, Kantai was typing an e mail on a computer. In which part of the computer was his work displayed? On the
    1. CPU.
    2. keyboard.
    3. printer.
    4. VDU.
  7. Which of the following flowering plants?
    1. Black jack and moss. 
    2. Beans and moulds. 
    3. Maize and grass.
    4. Blackjack and algae.
  8. Which one of the following sense organs is responsible for sight?
    1. Nose.
    2. Ears.
    3. Skin.
    4. Eyes.
  9. All the following can be worn when handling harmful plants except
    1. hairbands. 
    2. gloves. 
    3. goggles.
    4. aprons.
  10. In a certain habitat, an animal with the following characteristics was seen:
    1. Its body was covered with fur.
    2. It had a constant body temperature. 
    3. It was an egg-laying animal.
    4. It had mammary glands.
      Which of the following animals was likely to have been seen?
      1. Bat.
      2. Bird.
      3. Spiny ant-eater.
      4. Tortoise.
        Use the diagram below to answer the following questions.
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  11. Which one of the following is not a function of the part marked A?
    1. Gaseous exchange.
    2. Warming the air we breath.
    3. It cleans the air.
    4. Moistening of the air.
  12. The part that contains C-shaped cartillages is labelled
    1. B
    2. A
    3. D
    4. C
  13. What is the name of the part marked C?
    1. Left lung.
    2.  Bronchus.
    3.  Bronchiole.
    4. Diaphragm.
  14. The following are steps when typing a document but not in the correct order. 
    1. Edit 
    2. Type 
    3. Save 
    4. Print.
      Which of the following is the correct order of the steps? 
      1. i, ii, iii, iv 
      2. i, ii, iv, iii
      3. ii, iii, i, iv
      4. ii, i, iii, iv
  15. Which one of the following is a waterborne disease?
    1. Typhoid
    2. Tuberculosis
    3. Epilepsy
    4. Malaria
  16. Which of the following lists consists only of materials needed when making a compost pit?
    1. Kitchen refuse, nails, top soil.
    2. Plastic bottles, banana peels, ash. 
    3. Old clothes, famyard manure, maize stalks.
    4. Rotting fruits, ash, top soil.
  17. Prevention of reduced fertility of soil is called soil
    1. erosion.
    2. conservation.
    3. structure.
    4. profile.
  18. All the following may be needed when making a scarecrow except
    1. old clothes.
    2.  strings.
    3.  sticks.
    4. glue.
  19. Which one of the following is not a way of conserving water in the farm? 
    1. Pruning. 
    2. Shading.
    3. Mulching.
    4. Cover-cropping.
  20. Which one of the following is a suitable way of caring for young climbing fruit plants?
    1. Pruning.
    2. Harvesting.
    3. Supporting the vines.
    4. Exposing the roots to sun heat.
  21. Some Grade 5 learners were asked to name various domestic animals and their uses to human beings. Here is what they said:
    Hashim: sheep-gives us mutton and milk.
    Nadia:    dog-guards our homes.
    Karim:    donkey-helps humans during transportation.
    Maria:     goat-gives quality milk to the farmer.
    Who was wrong?
    1. Nadia.
    2. Karim
    3. Hashim
    4. Maria.
  22. Which of the following gardening tools can be used to dig a hard ground?
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    2. G5ET2022EsciQ22bs2
    3. G5ET2022EsciQ22cs2
    4. G5ET2022EsciQ22ds2
  23. Which one of the following statements is not true about container gardening?
    1. Container gardens save water. 
    2. Old tyres can be used to establish a container garden.
    3. A container garden can be moved from one place to another.
    4. Crops to be sold outside the country can be planted in container gardens.
  24. Which of the following crops is correctly matched with its type?
    1. Vegetable - onion.
    2. Cereal - kales.
    3. Legume - wheat.
    4. Fruit - cucumber.
  25. Fruit trees in the nursery bed can be cared for by all the following except
    1. watering.
    2. harvesting. 
    3. weeding.
    4. thinning.
  26. All the following are examples of fuels used at home. Which one is not?
    1. Firewood.
    2. Shampoo. 
    3. Gas.
    4. Charcoal.
  27. Which of the following foods is correctly matched with the nutrients it provides?
    1. Carrots - carbohydrates
    2. Maize - proteins
    3. Pineapples - iron
    4. Spinach - vitamins
  28. Kitchen utensils that can break easily are said to be
    1. weak.
    2. durable. 
    3. fragile. 
    4. glasses.
  29. Meat can be cooked using all the following methods except
    1.  frying
    2.  boiling.
    3.  baking.
    4. grilling.
  30. Study the type of stitch shown below.
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    The type of stitch shown above is called 
    1. back stitch. 
    2. chain stitch.
    3. running stitch. 
    4. loop stitch.
  31. Which of the following needle work tools shows a thimble? A. O
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  32. The diagram below shows a kitchen tool.
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    The tool drawn above was made using
    1. clay. 
    2. iron sheets,
    3. plastic.
    4. metals. 
  33. Which one of the following is not a sign associated with kwashiorkor?
    1. Loose brownish hair.
    2. Swollen limbs.
    3. Breathlessness.
    4. Pot belly.
  34. Cereals can be preserved in
    1.  refrigerators.
    2.  water.
    3.  polythenes.
    4. sacks. 
  35. A cleaning tool used to collect rubbish to be thrown away is called a ______________________
    1. rubbish bin.
    2. dust pan,
    3. dust bin.
    4. rubbish pit.
  36. Kariandusi was seen practising the gymnastics skill below.
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    Probably, Kariandusi was practicing  
    1. somersault.
    2. handstand.
    3. cart wheel.
    4. forward roll.
  37. Pivoting is a sports activity that is applied 
    1. swimming. 
    2. kabaddi.
    3. soft ball.
    4. frisbee.
  38. Study the illustration below.
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    The type of catch shown above is applied in frisbee. What is the name of the type of catch?
    1. Double rim catch.
    2. Two handed rim catch.
    3. Single handed rim catch.
    4. Double hands rim catch.
  39. How many actions are combined when  practicing through vault into forward roll?
    1. Two
    2. Four
    3. Five
    4. Three
  40. When practicing handwalk, the weight of the whole body rests on the
    1. feet
    2. hands
    3. knees
    4. shoulder
  41. Which of the following shows a rounders bat?
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  42. Name the rope work technique below.
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    1. Single rope bounce
    2. Double feet bounce.
    3. One foot bounce. 
    4. Two feet bounce.
  43. Jumping rope regularly can help us prevent
    1.  headache.
    2. stomachache.
    3.  fitness.
    4. obesity.
  44. What is the use of a floater in swimming?
    1. It normally floats on the surface of water.
    2. It can be used to sink a swimmer.
    3. Beginners can use it to learn.
    4. It can be made using inflated tubes. i
  45. Which of the following statements is true about a swimming pool?
    1. Swimmers should shower before using the swimming pool.
    2. Swimmers can take snacks and light drinks while swimming
    3. All participants must wear helmets for safety in the swimming poolTo save time, swimmers can urinate in the swimming pool. 
  46. Which of the following is not a component of health related fitness?
    1. Muscular strength.
    2. Cardiorespiratory endurance.
    3. Mental preparation.
    4. Flexibility. 
  47. All the following are reasons for drinking water during games. Which one is not
    1. It regulates the rate of our heartbeat.
    2. It lubricates joints.
    3. Water forms saliva.
    4. It regulates body temperature.
  48. In ABC of first aid C, stands for
    1. cotton.
    2. condition
    3.  circular.
    4. circulation.
  49. Blowing the nose very hard can lead to
    1. fatigue.
    2.  fainting.
    3. nose bleeding.
    4. nausea.
  50. All the following can be found in a first aid kit except
    1. a scissor. 
    2. a pair of pliers. 
    3. bandages. 
    4. methylated spirit.

MARKING SCHEME

  1. B
  2. C
  3. B
  4. D
  5. B
  6. D
  7. C
  8. D
  9. A
  10. C
  11. A
  12. A
  13. C
  14. D
  15. A
  16. D
  17. B
  18. D
  19. A
  20. C
  21. C
  22. C
  23. D
  24. A
  25. B
  26. B
  27. D
  28. C
  29. C
  30. B
  31. B
  32. A
  33. C
  34. D
  35. B
  36. C
  37. D
  38. B
  39. A
  40. B
  41. C
  42. C
  43. D
  44. C
  45. A
  46. C
  47. A
  48. D
  49. C
  50. B