Stella

Stella

06
September

class 6 ET1 SSt Q1
Study the map of Meta Area above and use it to answer questions 1 1o 7.

  1. Meta area is likely to be a,
    1. Location
    2. District
    3. County
    4. Sub-county
  2. River Meta flows from ____________ to ______________.
    1. West to East
    2. East to West
    3. North to South
    4. West to North
  3. What is the climate of the western side of Meta area?
    1. Hot and dry
    2. Cool and dry
    3. Cool and wet
    4. Hot and wet
  4. A thief was caught breaking into a shop in Kusa market. The best action for the people to take was;
    1. take him to the chief office
    2. take him to the police station
    3. beat him to death
    4. take him to church for the prayers
  5. People near Kusa market belong to _______________ religion;
    1. Christianity
    2. Hindu
    3. Islam
    4. Traditional religion
  6. What is the direction of the tea collection center from the post office?
    1. North cast
    2. South west
    3. South east
    4. North west
  7. The main means of transport in Meta area is;
    1. Railway
    2. Water
    3. Road
    4. Air
  8. Which one of the following plateaus in Kenya is referred to as plateau within the plateau?
    1. Nyika
    2. Merti
    3. Uasin Gishu
    4. Yatta
  9. All the rivers drain in lake victoria  except?
    1. R. Kerio
    2. R. Nzoia
    3. R.Yala
    4. R.Mara
  10. The following communities originated from South Sudan. Which one did not?
    1. Maasai
    2. Rendile
    3. Luo
    4. Karamojong
  11. Members of the County Assembly are elected by Kenyans to represent them in their;
    1. counties
    2. constituençies
    3. wards
    4. senates
  12. The fishing method shown in the diagram below is called;
    1. purse seining
    2. trawling
    3. net drifting
    4. basket fishing
  13. Which one of the following lakes in Kenya is not a fresh water lake?
    1. L. Naivasha
    2. L. Baringo
    3. L.Tukana
    4. L.Magadi
  14. The Bantus who had settled at Shungwaya later migrated into Kenya because ot;
    1. overpopulation
    2. attacks by the Oromo
    3. need for farming land
    4. shortage of water
  15. Below are ways of promoting peace in the country except?
    1. tolerating other peoples opinions
    2. obeying the laws of the land
    3. inciting people to strike from work
    4. respecting human rights
  16. A person born in Kenya by Kenyan parents became a Kenya citizen by;
    1. birth
    2. registration
    3. recommendation
    4. adoption
  17. Disagreements in school can be caused by the following except;
    1. fair distribution of learning materials
    2. favoritism of some pupils by teachers
    3. unfair punishment
    4. unclear school rules
  18. The most popular way of sending messages to very many people at the
    1. mobile phone
    2. radio
    3. newspapers
    4. television
  19. Which one of the following is not an element of a map?
    1. scale
    2. compass
    3. size
    4. title
  20. Which one of the following minerals is not correctly matched with its method of mining
    1. sand-open cast
    2. salt evaporation
    3. soda ash - dredging
    4. limestone open cast
  21. Which one of the following was not a traditional method of teaching children;
    1. story telling
    2. imitation
    3. composition writing
    4. proverbs

Use the map of Kenya below to answer the questions that follows

                   class 6 Et1 SSt Q22

  1. The following communities followed the route marked Q except;
    1. Somali
    2. Rendile
    3. Oromo
    4. Maasai
  2. The National reserve marked N is known
    1. Amboseli
    2. Boni
    3. Maasai Mara
    4. Shiba hills
  3. The following islands are found in the lake marked M except;
    1. Mfangano
    2. Rusinga
    3. Mageta
    4. Lamu
  4. Name the plain marked Q
    1. Awara
    2. Bilesha
    3. Lotikipi
    4. Woyamdero
  5. The mineral mined at the area marked P is;
    1. diatomite 
    2. flourspar,
    3. soda ash
    4. salt
  6. Which one of the following communities resisted the imposition of colonial rule in Kenya?.
    1. Ababukusu
    2. Abawanga
    3. Maasai.
    4. Agikuyu
  7. Which.box below consist of manufactured industries only?
    class 6 Et1 SSt Q28
  8. The governor and the deputy governor are member of the;
    1. County assembly
    2. National assembly
    3. County of executive communities
    4. National government
  9. The following are methods of conserving wildlife.Which one is not ?
    1. Creating clectronic fences around the parks
    2. Establishing animal orphanages
    3. Banning trade in wild animals products
    4. Encouraging poaching
  10. The following are functions of the IEBC. Which one is not?
    1. To register voters
    2. To nominate candidates
    3. To appoint and train election officers
    4. To conduct civic education
  11. Which one the following is not a method of rearing chicken?
    1. Herding
    2. Free range
    3. Deep litter
    4. Battery system
  12. Which one of the following is not true about traditional agriculture?
    1. Farmers used simple tools
    2. It relied on family labor
    3. Was mainly on large scale
    4. Simple methods of farming were used
  13. The arm of the government responsible for making and amending laws is;
    1. executive
    2. legislature
    3. judiciary
    4. police
  14. Who was the first African to be nominated in the Legco?
    1. Jomo Kenyatta
    2. Harry Thuku
    3. Eliud Mathu
    4. Tom Mboya
  15. The following consist of basic need of a family, Which one is not?
    1. food
    2. money
    3. shelter
    4. clothing
  16. Lawlessness will lead to all the following except;
    1. slow development
    2. fear
    3. loss of life and property
    4. rapid development
  17. The following are facts about a traditional African leader,
    1. led the community in resisting the British rule
    2. administered oath in the shrines
    3. was arrested and deported to Gusii land
      The leader described is
      1. Laibon Lenana
      2. Koitalel Arap Samoei
      3. Mekatilili wa Menza
      4. Nabongo Mumia
  18. The religious leader among the Ameru was called?
    1. Njuri Ncheke
    2. Mugwe
    3. Laibon
    4. Orkoiyot
  19. Use the diagram below to answer questions 40-41.

    class 6 Et1 SST Q40
    The above diagram shows the formation of;
    1. orographic rainfall
    2. convectional rainfall
    3. sea breeze
    4. land breeze
  20. Which oné of the following countries in
    Kenya receive the above type of rainfall?
    1. Kisumu
    2. Mombasa
    3. Homa bay
    4. Meru
  21. Magadi town is densely populated mainly because;
    1. it receives high rainfall
    2. mining activities around L. Magadi
    3. good infrastructure
    4. warm climate
  22. Kenya became a republic on;
    1. 20th October 1952
    2. 1st June 1963
    3. 12th December 1964
    4. 12th December 1963
  23. Which weather instrument below is correctly matched with its aspect of weather it is used to measure;
    1. windsock - speed of wind
    2. rainguage - amount of rainfall
    3. themometer - pressure
    4. wind vane - strength of wind
  24. The type of trade where goods are exchanged for other goods is called;
    1. currency trade
    2. goods trade
    3. international trade
    4. barter trade
  25. The most developed means of transport in Kenya is;
    1. road
    2. air
    3. pipeline
    4. railways
  26. Which one of the following communities in Kenya does not belong to central bantus?
    1. Ameru
    2. Akamba
    3. Mijikenda
    4. Agikuyu
  27. Which one of the following is a way of practicing democracy in schools?
    1. Bullying others
    2. Electing club officials
    3. Forcing children to join clubs
    4. Teachers appointing class prefects
  28. Which one of the following trees is an example of planted forest?
    1. Jilore
    2. Aberdare
    3. Mau
    4. Turbo
  29. The famous Kamba leader who was also a long distance trader was called;
    1. Kimnyole
    2. Masaku
    3. Mekatilili
    4. Lenana
  30. Which one of the following is not an age set among the Kalenjin?
    1. Maina
    2. Kipkoimet
    3. Kipng'etich
    4. Kaplalech
  31. Which one of the following is not a hardwood tree?
    1. Mvule
    2. Camphor
    3. Cedar
    4. Elgon teak
  32. The following are tourist attractions in Kenya. Which one is not?
    1. Beautiful people
    2. Sandy beaches
    3. Wildlife
    4. Culture attraction
  33. The best means of transporting oil from Changamwe in Mombasa to Nairobi and other towns is by
    1.  tankers
    2.  pipeline
    3.  railway
    4. air
  34. Sanye and Dahalo are examples of,
    1. Eastern cushites
    2. Southern cushites
    3. Plain nilotes
    4. Coastal bantus
  35. The main problem facing wildlife in Kenya is;
    1. insecurity
    2. pest and diseases
    3. poaching
    4. drought
  36. The most distractive form of soil erosion is;
    1. sheet erosion
    2. gulley erosion
    3. rill erosion
    4. splash erosion
  37. Which one of the following is not a dairy cattle breed?
    1. Aberdeen Angus
    2. Freshian
    3. Guernsey
    4. Jersey
  38. The type of democracy where people elect leaders to make decisions on their behalf is called;
    1. participatory democracy
    2. direct democracy
    3. indirect democracy
    4. pure democracy
  39. The act of showing love to ones country is known as;
    1. citizeship
    2. loyalty
    3. kindness
    4. patriotism

C.R.E

  1. According to Genesis stories of creation why was man chased in the garden of Eden?
    1. He taked to the serpent
    2. He disobeyed God
    3. He needed a farm to work on
    4. He chose to live outside the garden
  2. The sign of covenant between Noah and God is,
    1. circumcision
    2. lightening
    3. the rainbow
    4. thunder
  3. The eldest son of Jacob was
    1. Benjamin
    2. Reuben
    3. Joseph
    4. Moses
  4. Who was the father of John the Baptist?
    1. Elikana
    2. Zecharia
    3. Joseph
    4. Moses
  5. Abraham was told to go and sacrifice Isaac on Mt;
    1. Ararat
    2. Sinai
    3. Moriah
    4. Carmel
  6. God appeared to Moses,
    1. in a cloud
    2. in lightening
    3. in a burning bush
    4. in a loud voice
  7. Which prophet annointed the first King of Israel?
    1. Elijah
    2. Elisha
    3. Nathan
    4. Samuel
  8. King David annoyed God when he:
    1. committed adultery
    2. built a big temple
    3. killed Goliath
    4. worshiped idols
  9. The new covenant was to be written
    1. in the Bible
    2. in people's hearts
    3. on a scroll
    4. on the walls
  10. The greatest commandment according to Jesus is:
    1. do not steal
    2. love the lord your God
    3. do not commit dultery
    4. worship no other god but me
  11. _______________________ referred to Jesus as the lamb of God
    1. Bartimaeus
    2. John he Baptist
    3. Isaiah
    4. Jeremiah
  12. Who were the two people who were in the temple during the dedication of Jesus;
    1. Prophetess Anna and Simeon
    2. Elijah and Moses
    3. Herod and Pilate
    4. Mary and Martha
  13. Which one of the following miracles was perfomed by Jesus at Bethany?
    1. Raising Lazarus
    2. Raising Tabitha
    3. Raising Jairus' daughter
    4. Raising a widows son
  14. The parable of the good Samaritan teaches us to:
    1. forgive others
    2. help the needy
    3. obey God's word
    4. avoid temptation
  15. Happy are those who mourn for;
    1. they will see God
    2. God will be merciful to them
    3. God will comfort them
    4. God willl satisfy them fully.
  16. Who among the following people was healed from blindness?
    1. Lazarus
    2. Bartimeaus
    3. Centurion's servant
    4. Jairus' daughter
  17. Jesus ascended to heaven at a place called:
    1. Jericho
    2. Bethany
    3. Nazareth
    4. Jerusalem
  18. We celebrate the resurrection of Jesus on:
    1. Easter Monday
    2. Easter sunday
    3. Good Friday
    4. Sabbath day
  19. We are not true witnesses of Christ if we:
    1. help the needy
    2. live holy lives
    3. obey God's commandments
    4. accuse others falsely
  20. According to the apostle's creed, Jesus will come again as a:
    1. judge
    2. saviour
    3. king
    4. friend
  21. The Holy Spirit descended on the apostles on the day of:
    1. Pentecost
    2. Passover
    3. Easter
    4. Good Friday
  22. Who raised Tabitha?
    1. Peter
    2. Paul
    3. Jesus
    4. John
  23. Which one of the following is not one of the books on the Bible?
    1. David
    2. Kings
    3. Samuel
    4. Job
  24. In Traditional African Societies, which one of the following roles was carried out by boys?
    1. Cooking
    2. Fetching water
    3. Cleaning
    4. Herding
  25. We should have responsible sexual behaviour because;
    1. we can be punished
    2. our bodies are temples of God
    3. it cannot cause death
    4. we are not ready to become parents
  26. Christians should take care of plants and animals because;
    1. we eat them
    2. it is the law of the land
    3. they attract tourists
    4. they are God's creation
  27. Rich christians should help the community by;
    1. throwing parties to celebrate
    2. buying people new clothes
    3. helping the needy
    4. visiting new places
  28. We should all respect leaders because;
    1. they are rich
    2. they are famous
    3. they can punish us
    4. they are chosen by God
  29. The believers in Christ were first called christians at a place called;
    1. Jerusalem
    2. Rome
    3. Antioch
    4. Canaan
  30. Who among the following made poor choices?
    1. Abraham
    2. Ananias
    3. Ruth
    4. Matthew

MARKING SCHEME

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

C.R.E

  1. B
  2. C
  3. B
  4. B
  5. C
  6. C
  7. D
  8. A
  9. B
  10. B
  11. B
  12. A
  13. A
  14. B
  15. C
  16. B
  17. B
  18. A
  19. D
  20. A
  21. A
  22. A
  23. A
  24. D
  25. B
  26. D
  27. C
  28. D
  29. C
  30. B
06
September
  1. The diagram below shows a human tooth. The function of the tooth is;
                 class6 Et1 sci Q1
    1. gripping and tearing.
    2. tearing and grinding.
    3. crushing and grinding
    4. cutting and bitting
  2. Which one of the following is not a reason for lighting a house?
    1. To read comfortably
    2. To feel warm
    3. To avoid accident
    4. To discourage pests
  3. Which one of the following is correctly matched with its meaning in HIV/AIDS?
    1. Immune-lack of
    2. Deficiency-many signs and symptoms
    3. Acquired-get from
    4. Syndrome-to be protected from

Use the diagram below to answer questions 4 and 5. 

           Class 6 ET1 sci Q4

  1. The above experiment was used to investigate
    1. capillarity
    2. water retention
    3. drainage
    4. water holding capacity.
  2. The soil in the tube S is likely to be;
    1. loam
    2. sand
    3. clay
    4. None
  3. The third stage of HIVIAIDS infection is;
    1. symptomatic stage
    2. asymptomatic stage
    3. window stage
    4. full-blown stage
  4. The best method of controlling weeds is by;
    1. use of chemicals 
    2. uprooting
    3. digging them out
    4. slashing
  5. STD five pupils in Shama Academy observed clouds with the following characteristics.
    1. were high in the sky.
    2. looked like bundles of cotton wool.
    3. had a flat base.
      The clouds they where observed were likely to be;
      1. nimbus
      2. cumulus
      3. stratus
      4. cirrus
  6. The loudness or softness of a sound is known as;
    1. pitch
    2. loud sound
    3. echo
    4. volume
  7. Which one of the following list of food crops consists of cereals only?
    1. Maize, millet, sorghum
    2. Peas, beans, groundnuts
    3. Kales, spinach, cabbage.
    4. Irish potatoes, carrots, arrowroots.
  8. The following are uses of water for recreation except;
    1. surfing
    2. swimming
    3. boat racing
    4. making fountains

Use the diagram below to answer questions 12-14

                    Class 6 ET1 sci Q12

  1. What is the function of part P in the digestive system above?
    1. Digestion of food
    2. Absorption of digested food
    3. Storage of waste products
    4. Absorption of water and mineral salts
  2. Undigested food material is released from the body through part R this process is called:
    1. egestion
    2. excretion
    3. digestion
    4. absorption
  3. The digestive juice produced at part N is used for digesting;
    1. fats and oils.
    2. starchy carbohydrates
    3. proteins
    4. vitamins
  4. Which one of the following small animals is not likely to be found in the soil?
    1. Earthworms
    2. Butterfly
    3. Termites
    4. Cockroaches
  5. Below is a classification table for animals
    class 6 ET1 sci Q16
    Which two animals are wrongly grouped?
    1. Whale and millipede
    2. Millipede and dolphin
    3. Dolphin and spider
    4. Whale and spider
  6. Which one of the following crops does not store food in the roots?
    1. Onion
    2. Cassava
    3. Sweet potato
    4. Carrot
  7. Sound does not travel through;
    1. gases
    2. liquids
    3. vacuum
    4. solids
  8. A boat made of metal floats on water because of
    1. material
    2. size 
    3. shape
    4. weight
  9. STD 5 pupils in Njure Academy carried out the experiment below.
    class 6 Et1 sci q20
    What were they investigating?
    1. Convection in liquids
    2. Conduction in liquids
    3. Conduction and radiation
    4. Convection in gases
  10. Which one of the following plants are greens but does not produce flowers?
    1. Maize
    2. Grass
    3. Moss
    4. Cactus
  11. Which deficiency disease below is caused by lack of iron?
    1. Kashiakor
    2. Anaemia
    3. Rickets
    4. Marasmus
  12. Which one of the following cannot be seen at all during the night?
    1. Stars
    2. Sun
    3. Cloud
    4. Moon
  13. Which one of the following is not a proper use of medicine?
    1. Taking medicine whenever we feel unwell
    2. Completing the dose
    3. Taking the medicine only when prescribed by a doctor
    4. Not taking medicine meant for another person
  14. Which one of the following materials is a poor conductor of heat?
    1. Metallic spoon
    2. Sufuria 
    3. Iron nail
    4. Wooden spoon
  15. The diagram below shows a summary of changes in states.
    class 6 ET1 sci Q26
    Which letters represents the processes that occur when objects are heated?
    1. Q R
    2. Q T
    3. S T
    4. R S
  16. The best soil for modeling also;
    1. is the best for farming.
    2. contains a lot of humus
    3. retains the highest amount of water
    4. is known as the light soil.
  17. The following are the descriptions of a certain components of a balanced diet
    1. It is not digested in the body.
    2. It has no nutritive valtue
    3. Helps to prevent constipation.
      The component described above is;
      1. minerals
      2. vitamins
      3. protein
      4. roughage
  18. Which one of the following statement is not true about gases?
    1. They expand most when heated
    2. They have definite volume
    3. They have definite mass
    4. They occupy space
  19. During breathing in, the lungs;
    1. collapse
    2. inflate
    3. contract
    4. deflate 
  20. HIVIAIDS can be transmitted through the following body fluid except;
    1. urine
    2. blood
    3. breast milk
    4. vaginal fluids
  21. STD 5 pupils set an experiment below during theri science lesson.
    class 6 ET1sci Q32
    What where they investigating?
    1. Solids expand on heating
    2. Liquids expand on heating
    3. Air exerts pressure
    4. Gases expand when heated
  22. The following non-green plants are classified as harmful fungi except;
    1. dandruffs
    2. athletes foot
    3. toadstool
    4. ringworms
  23. The windsock is usually painted with large black and white stripes mainly to;
    1. make it last longer
    2. make it visible
    3. make it beautiful
    4. make it durable
  24. The following are characters of amphibians except;
    1. they have scales
    2. they have a moist skin
    3. they have external fertilization.
    4. they are cold blooded.
  25. Heat transfer through solid is called;
    1. conduction.
    2. radiation.
    3. convection.
    4. condensation.
  26. Two std 7 boys Keter and Kibet were balancing on a see-saw. Keter is heavier than Kibet. For them to balance;
    1. Kibet should move closer to the pivot.
    2. They should sit equal distance from the pivot.
    3. Kibet should sit further from the pivot.
    4. Keter should should move further from the pivot.
  27. Small quantities of mass are measured in unites called
    1. tonnes.
    2. newtons
    3. kilograms
    4. grams
  28. Which one of the following is not an example of oil crops?
    1. Coconut
    2. Cassava
    3. Sunflower
    4. Groundnuts
  29. People working in noisy factories are provided with the following to protect themselves from noise except;
    1. ear muffs 
    2. ar defenders
    3. ear buds.
    4. ear plugs
  30. The animal drawn below moves by;
    class 6 ET1 sci Q41
    1. crawling
    2. slithering
    3. walking
    4. gliding
  31. Which one of the following is not a component of soil?
    1. Living organisms.
    2. Air
    3. Water
    4. Inorganic matter
  32. The following are parts of the breathing system except;
    1. gullet
    2. nose
    3. lungs
    4. bronchioles
  33. The diagram below shows a cooking 
    class 6 Et1 sci Q44
    The best material for making part N is
    1. aluminum
    2. iron
    3. hardened plastic
    4. any metal
  34. The following are requirements during photosynthesis. Which one is not?
    1. Oxygen
    2. Water
    3. Mineral salt
    4. Sunlight
  35. Which animal below provide us with mohair?
    1. Sheep
    2. Goat
    3. Donkey
    4. Rabbit
  36. Which one of the following does not belong to the same state of matter as the other?
    1. Maize flour
    2. Oxygen
    3. Ice cubes
    4. Sand particles.
  37. Which one of the following weeds has a strong unpleasant smell?
    1. Mexican marigold
    2. Black jack
    3. Wandering jew
    4. Thorn apple
  38. The experiment below was carried out by pupils to investigate a method of heat transfer.
    class 6 ET1 sci Q49
    They were investigating;
    1. convection currents in air
    2. heat transfer in radiation
    3. convection in liquids
    4. sinking and floating
  39. A deaf or a dump person has ___________ senses
    1. 3
    2. 5
    3. 4
    4. 2

MARKING SCHEME

  1. D
  2. B
  3. C
  4. A
  5. C
  6. A
  7. C
  8. B
  9. D
  10. A
  11. D
  12. D
  13. A
  14. C
  15. B
  16. D
  17. A
  18. C
  19. C
  20. A
  21. C
  22. B
  23. B
  24. A
  25. D
  26. A
  27. C
  28. D
  29. B
  30. B
  31. A
  32. D
  33. C
  34. B
  35. A
  36. A
  37. C
  38. D
  39. B
  40. C
  41. B
  42. D
  43. A
  44. C
  45. A
  46. B
  47. A
  48. A
  49. A
  50. C
06
September

Soma kifungu kifuatacho. Kina nafasi 1 hadi 15. Kwa kila nafasi umepewa majibu manne. Chagua lifaalo zaidi.

Ni _____1_____kadhaa _____2______ na mwalimu huyo. Alikuwa mwalimu _____3______ sana katika lugha ya Kiswahili. _____4______mwalimu huyo alikuwa na _____5_____moja. Alikuwa na hasira za _____6______. Jambo ______7______ tu ______8______ akasirike vilivyo. Sisi ______9______ tulimpenda na kumtamania lakini ______10______ alipopandwa na ______11______ tulikuwa ______12______ kwa woga. Katika hali kama hiyo, macho yake ya ______13______  yangebadilika rangi na kuwa ______14______. Daima dawamu sitamsahau mwalimu huyo aushini _______15______.

  1.  
    1. vitu
    2. mambo
    3. masaibu
    4. malalamiko
  2.  
    1. tulichofunzwa
    2. tulizofunzwa
    3. tuliofunzwa
    4. tuliyofunzwa
  3.  
    1. mstadi
    2. hatari
    3. mhodari
    4. stadi
  4.  
    1. Hata hivyo
    2. Na
    3. Kwa
    4. Ndiposa
  5.  
    1. jambo
    2. ila
    3. tatizo
    4. wahaka
  6.  
    1. fisi
    2. simba
    3. kihongwe
    4. mkizi
  7.  
    1. ndogo
    2. dogo
    3. lidogo
    4. mdogo
  8.  
    1. lingetume
    2. ingesababisha
    3. lingesababisha
    4. zingesababisha
  9.  
    1. sote
    2. zote
    3. wote
    4. nyote
  10.  
    1. nyakati
    2. wakati
    3. pindi
    4. saa
  11.  
    1. damu
    2. nyusi
    3. mori
    4. raha
  12.  
    1. tukifyata ulimi
    2. tukilia
    3. tukicheka
    4. tukicheza 
  13.  
    1. paa
    2. kikombe
    3. mamba
    4. ustadi
  14.  
    1. mekundu
    2. miekundu
    3. nyekundu
    4. kwekundu
  15.  
    1. kwangu
    2. zangu
    3. mwangu
    4. pangu

Kutoka swali la 16 hadi 30, jibu kulingana na maagizo

  1. Jibu maamkizi haya:
    Salaam aleikum ___________________________
    1. salaam aleikum
    2. binuru
    3. marahaba
    4. aleikum salaam
  2. Shairi lenye mishororo minne katika kila ubeti huitwa:
    1. Tarbia
    2. Tathlitha
    3. Uwili
    4. Takhmisa
  3. Mtoto mdogo ameanguka vibaya. Kielezi katika sentensi hii ni:
    1. mtoto
    2. mdogo
    3. vibaya
    4. anguka
  4. Silabi za kati na za mwisho katika mishororo ya shairi huitwa,
    1. ubeti
    2. kibwagizo
    3. vina
    4. mizani
  5. Neno lipi haliko katika ngeli moja na mengine?
    1. Mwalimu
    2. Mlima
    3. Ndovu
    4. Daktari
  6. Mkoba wa kisu huitwa;
    1. podo
    2. upote
    3. ala
    4. ngao
  7. Kanusha sentensi ifuatayo:
    Muthungu amekuja shule leo.
    1. Muthungu hajaja shule leo
    2. Muthungu hajakuja shule leo
    3. Muthungu haji shule leo
    4. Muthungu hakuja shule leo
  8. Andika sudusi mbili kwa tarakimu:
    1. 3/5
    2. 3/6
    3. 2/5
    4. 2/6
  9. Malipo ya mtu aliyeshinda ni;
    1. faini
    2. karo
    3. mahari
    4. zawadi
  10. Tumia 'o-ote' katika sentensi hii;
    Maskani haya hayana manufaa ________________________
    1. zozote
    2. yoyote
    3. yeyote
    4. wowote
  11. Watu walipiga _____________ kumchagua mbunge wao.
    1. kura
    2. kula
    3. kalamu
    4. karo
  12. Anayetibu wagonjwa hospitalini huitwa:
    1. bawabu
    2. mhunzi
    3. tabibu 
    4. mwalimu
  13. Dada ya baba yako huitwa:
    1. shangazi
    2. halati
    3. mjomba
    4. shemeji
  14. Jaza jina la makundi.
    ________________ cha barua.
    1. Kikoa
    2. Doti
    3. Kipeto
    4. Kitosi
  15. Tegua Kitendawili
    "Nikitolewa majini hufa." Jibu ni:
    1. moyo
    2. yai 
    3. chura
    4. samaki

Soma ufahamu huu kisha ujibu maswali 31-40

Dawa ya kulevya ni chochote kinachoathiri hali ya kawaida ya mwili wa binadamu. Kuna aina mbalimbali za dawa za kulevya kama vile bangi, kokeini, heroini, madraksi na za nusu kaputi. Aidha, sigara pombe na gundi ni dawa za kulevya zinazouzwa na watu pasipo kufikiria madhara yake.

Pia kuna dawa zinazopendekezwa na daktari ili kupunguza maumivu au uchungu mwilini. Zinapotumiwa vibaya huleta uraibu unaoweza kuadhiri afya ya mtumiaji.

Watu tofauti hutumia dawa za kulevya kwa sababu zinazohitilafiana. Kuna wale wanaotaka kudadisi dawa hizi kwa kuiga mienendo ya marafiki zao na kukinaishwa na maisha. Wengine huzitumia kwa kuwa hawana shughuli za kufanya. Wameadhiriwa na vyombo vya mawasiliano hasa runinga na uozo wajamii.

Matumizi ya dawa hizi kwa muda mrefu husababisha uzoefu ambao ni vigumu kuukatiza. Hivyo basi huleta madhara mengi yasiyo na kifani. Miongoni mwa hayo ni kukosa makini kazini na masomoni. Aidha kichaa, saratani ya mapafu hasa kwa wavutao sigara, uhalifu ili kugharamia dawa hizi ghali na kudhoofisha uamuzi wa kiakili unaosababisha hasara kubwa.

Wakiwa katika hali hii ya kutojijua wala kujitambua, wengi huweza kujidunga kwa sindano chafu zinazoweza kusababisha maradhi mengi yakiwemo ukimwi. Hatima yao huwa ni kifo kwa wote wanaofuata njia hiyo.

Madhara haya yaweza kuepukika endapo sote tutawajibika kwa kukataa kuandamana na marafiki wabaya, wapotovu, kukataa kutumiwa na walanguzi wa dawa hizi na kutafuta uraibu unaofaa na kuheshimu miili yetu.

Mwito basi ni kushirikiana bega kwa bega ili kujaribu kuangamiza dawa za kulevya na biashara yake.

  1. Dawa za kulevya ni nini?
    1. Chochote kinachopendekezwa na daktari
    2. Chochote kinachoathiri hali ya binadamu
    3. Chochote kinachoathiri mwili wa binadamu
    4. Chochote kinachoathiri kawaida ya mwili.
  2. Mifano ya dawa za kulevya zinazouzwa na watu wengi ni:
    1. bangi, madraksi na chai
    2. kokeini, madraksi, na kahawa
    3. madraksi, chai ya mkandaa na bangi
    4. sigara, heroini, pombe na kokeini
  3. Ni kweli kusema, uzoefu wa mihadarati ni:
    1. vigumu kuukatiza
    2. vibaya kuukatiza
    3. rahisi kuukatiza
    4. vigumu kuupunguza
  4. Hatima ya wanaotumia dawa za kulevya ni ipi?
    1. Madhara
    2. Mauti
    3. Unusu kaputi
    4. Uhalisi
  5. Kisawe cha zinazohitilafiana ni:
    1. Zinazosikilizana
    2. Zinazolingana
    3. Zinazotofautiana
    4. Zinazoshahibiana
  6. Neno kukinaisha lina maana sawa na:
    1. kuwa na matumaini ya maisha
    2. kutosheka na maisha
    3. kufurahishwa na maisha
    4. kuchoshwa na maisha
  7. Matumizi ya mihadarati huleta uraibu unaoweza:
    1. kupunguza afya ya binadamu
    2. kudumisha afya ya binadamu
    3. kuboresha afya ya bianadamu
    4. kudunisha afya ya binadamu
  8. Ni maradhi yapi ambayo huwezi kupata kutokana na utumiaji wa mihadarati?
    1. Pumu
    2. Kichaa
    3. Saratani ya mapafiu
    4. Uraibu
  9. Ipi kati ya hizi si jinsi ya kuepukana na athari hizi?
    1. Kukataa kuandamana na marafiki wabaya
    2. Kukataa kutumwa na walanguzi wa dawa hizi
    3. Kutafuta uraibu unaofaa na kuheshimu miili yetu
    4. Kutumia na kulangua mihadarati
  10. Neno dawa liko katika ngeli gani?
    1. LI-YA
    2. U-ZI
    3. I-ZI
    4. KU-KU

Soma ufahamu huu kisha ujibu maswali 41-50.

Sote tulikuwa tumeketi chumbani ndugu alipojitoma ndani ghafla bin vuu, huku akihema kama aliyenusurika kumezwa na chatu. "Kulikoni? Mbona unahema kama mgonjwa wa pumu?" Nilisaili.

Alitueleza kuwa alipigwa kabari na wanyang'anyi wakamwibia kila kitu. Aliwaendea polisi kuwaambia yaliyojiri lakini badala ya kumsaidia walipora kichache kilichobaki. Tukashindwa kutofautisha wezi na polisi.

Yale maneno ya ndugu yangu yalinichochea kuwaza wajibu wa walinda usalama ni upi? Askari ndio wanaofaa kulinda raia na kuhifadhi haki za wananchi. Hata hivyo wao wamebadilika na kukiuka sheria zenyewe. Wanahujumu raia. Endapo yule aliyetunukiwa jukumu la kukulinda ndiye anayekuhasiri. je usalama wetu uko wapi?

Sio askari wote wanaodhulumu raia. Kuna kikosi cha askari kanzu au wapelelezi ambao wamejaribu kwa mapana na marefu kulinda jina la idara yao. Kuna visa vichache sana vya makachero wanaofanya uhalifu dhidi ya umma. Wapokee pongezi zetu kama wananchi.

Na wale askani wanaovaa mavazi rasmi tunawarai kuwa wasipokee rushwa barabarani, wasiwaibie raia, wasiwasaidie wezi wala wasitumie bunduki zao vibaya.

  1. Nani aliyeingia chumbani kwa kasi?
    1. Askari polisi
    2. Rafikiye mwandishi
    3. Kakake mwandishi
    4. Nduguye askari
  2. Alipigwa kabari na wezi ina maana:
    1. walimkimbiza mbio mbio
    2. walimsindikiza hadi nyumbani 
    3. walimkaba koo wakamwibia 
    4. waliomzomea mhusika
  3. Polisi walipopata habari za wizi huo:
    1. walimwibia mhusika 
    2. walianza kusaka wezi
    3. walimfukuza aliyeiba
    4. walifungua kesi kituoni
  4. Askari hawana jukumu la kulinda:
    1. wananchi
    2. waporaji
    3. umma
    4. raia
  5. Ina maana gani kuwa askari wamebadilika?
    1. wanachunga sheria
    2. hawakiuki sheria
    3. wanalinda sheria
    4. wanavunja sheria
  6. Ukihasiriwa na anayefaa kukulinda:
    1. huna matatizo
    2. huna usalama
    3. huna la kuogopa
    4. huna wasiwasi
  7. Kikosi gani kimetajwa kufanya kazi vizuri?
    1. Askari kanzu
    2. Askari polisi
    3. Askari jela
    4. Askari jeshi
  8. Hii ni fani gani ya lugha?
    Hema kama mgonjwa wa pumu?
    1. Takriri
    2. Methali
    3. Nahau
    4. Tashbihi
  9. Askari wanashauriwa:
    1. wapokee hongo barabarani
    2. wadhulumu raia
    3. wasitumie silaha zao ovyo ovyo
    4. wawasaidie wahalifu katika njama
  10. Kichwa kifaacho habari hii ni?
    1. Kudumisha usalama nchini
    2. Uhalifu wa askari wote
    3. Ndugu aliyevamiwa na kukabwa
    4. Usalama wa askari

INSHA

  • Umepewa dakika 40 kuandika Insha yako.
  • Andika insha ya kusisimua kuhusu;

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Marking Scheme

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

 

06
September

Read the broken passage below and use the choices given to fill in correctly.

______1.______ upon a time, there ______2. ______ a zebra and a hyena. The two animals were ______3._______ friends. One day they ______4. ______ for a walk. On the way other animals would stare at them. The zebra ______5.______ hyena what could be the ______6.______. The hyena laughed and said that they ______7. ______ the zebra was a ______8. ______. The zebra ______9.______ annoyed and said that they were ______10.______ her _______11._______ colours. On ______12._______ this the hyena became _______13. _______ and started a fight. Since the zebra was ______14._______ than the hyena, he ______15. _______ his hind legs and from then the hyena limps. 

  1.  
    1. Ones
    2. Once
    3. Onse
    4. One
  2.  
    1. lived
    2. leaved
    3. leated
    4. lifed
  3.  
    1. grate
    2. worst
    3. great
    4. greet
  4.  
    1. go
    2. went
    3. going
    4. goes
  5.  
    1. asks
    2. asked
    3. asking
    4. told
  6.  
    1. leasone
    2. reason
    3. leason
    4. lesson
  7.  
    1. knew
    2. new
    3. know
    4. knowed
  8.  
    1. caward
    2. coward
    3. cowad
    4. corwad
  9.  
    1. got
    2. get
    3. getting
    4. gotten
  10.  
    1. admiring
    2. adimining
    3. admired
    4. admiling
  11.  
    1. beautiful
    2. butiful
    3. beutiful
    4. bueatiful
  12.  
    1. heard
    2. hiring
    3. hearing
    4. hear
  13.  
    1. ugly
    2. angry
    3. angered
    4. angly
  14.  
    1. strongest
    2. stronger
    3. strong
    4. stronger
  15.  
    1. breaking
    2. breaked
    3. broke
    4. broken

Fill in the blank spaces using the correct verb.

  1. The patient has just ______________ his medicine.
    1. took
    2. takes
    3. taken
    4. taking
  2. Who _____________ the whistle?
    1.  blowed
    2. blew
    3. blowing
    4. blow

Choose the correct preposition.

  1. We were afraid _________________ the lions at the park.
    1. at
    2. in
    3. of
    4. over
  2. The man is travelling ________________ bus.
    1. with
    2. by
    3. on
    4. in
  3. Girls are good ________________ doing household chores.
    1. for
    2. of
    3. with
    4. at

What is the opposite of the underlined word

  1. Teachers don't like dishonest pupils.
    1. polite
    2. humble
    3. respectful
    4. honest
  2. We should respect senior people.
    1. small
    2. big
    3. junior
    4. old
  3. We swam in the shallow part.
    1. narrow
    2. broad
    3. wide
    4. deep

Fill in using the correct answer

  1. Mangoes, apples and pineapples are ____________________.
    1. fruits
    2. seeds
    3. flowers
    4. trees
  2. A person who looks after sick people in hospital is a;
    1. doctor
    2. nurse
    3. caretaker
    4. teacher

Read the passage below carefully and use it to answer questions 26 to 38.

Climate is the weather conditions prevailing in an area in general or over a long period of time. It is typically averaged over a period of thirty years. Weather is the state of atmosphere at a place during a short period of time. It is described by how cold or hot, wet or dry, calm or stormy, clear or cloudy it is. The elements of weather include; temperature, humidity, wind, rainfall and many more. The study of weather is known as meteorology and the people who study it are called meteorologists.

In most cases, weather affects our human behaviour and we carry out our day to day lives. Pleasing weather tends to improve people's mood. However when it is very hot or too cold, weather is linked to a lower mood. Weather influences what we wear everyday. People wear warm clothing when it is too cold. At other times; it also affects what we eat. People take hot drinks on a cold day and cold beverages on a hot day.

Weather also influences the sale of goods in markets. Depending on the temperature, people buy scarves, jackets and other warm outfits during the cold season. This changes when the weather turns hot.

Weather is determined by the current state of the atmosphere in a particular area. It is also affected by personal changes due to the Earth's rotation around the sun. Atmospheric pressure is also one of the most important factors in weather change.

A season is a part of a year that is marked by specific weather conditions. These are summer, autumn, spring and winter. On the other hand, there are three types of climate, wam, temperate and polar. The climate of a place depends on latitude, topography, distance from the sea and also human influence. Warm climates are characterised by high temperatures. They are found in low latitudes. Temperate climates are located at mid-latitudes. Temperatures are usually mild to moderate. Polar climates occur at high latitudes. They have temperatures below 10°C during the
warmer months.

  1. The atmospheric conditions prevailing in an area over a long period of time is known as
    1.  climate
    2.  seasons
    3.  weather
    4. weather changes
  2. The average period of time in which we can tell climate of an area is;
    1. thirty days
    2. thirty years
    3. thirty weeks
    4. thirty months
  3. The hotness or dryness of a place is the ___________________ of that place.
    1. rainfall
    2. temperature
    3. humidity
    4. air pressure
  4. Which one of the following ís not an element of weather
    1. Raingauge
    2. Humidity
    3. Temperature
    4. Wind
  5. People who study the atmospheric conditions of a place are known as;
    1. physicians
    2. scientists
    3. psychologists
    4. meteorologists
  6. Weather affects human daily lives in the following areas except;
    1. people's mood
    2. what we eat
    3. what we wear
    4. where we live
  7. Which one of the following is true?
    1. Jackets and scarves are worn during the hot seasons
    2. Wam outfits are highly on sale during the cold season
    3. Cold weather improves people's moods
    4. Weather doesn't change at any one time.
  8. The following factors affect weather except;
    1. latitudes
    2. atmospheric pressure
    3. current state of the atmosphere
    4. seasonal changes
  9. What is a season?
    1. A part of a year that is marked by specific weather conditions
    2. A long period of good weather
    3. A type of climate
    4. A time when weather changes
  10. Which one of the following is not a name of a season?
    1. Wind
    2. Autumn
    3. Spring
    4. Summer
  11. The climate of a place depends on;
    1. temperature
    2. distance from the sea
    3. rainfall
    4. seasons
  12. Warm climates are found in;
    1. low latitudes
    2. high latitudes
    3. mid-latitudes
    4. polar latitudes
  13. The best title of the passage is
    1. Seasonal changes
    2. Climatic condition
    3. Factors affecting weather
    4. Weather and climate

Read the passage below then answer questions 39 to 50.

A long time ago, a large number of lizards lived in a hole on the bank ofa river. The lizards had a good wise king to rule over them but the king had a son who was not good and far from wise. The lizard prince was foolish and stubborn. He refused to take the good advice which his father often gave him.

Not far from where lizards stayed, lived a young chameleon. One day the lizard prince met the chameleon. They took a great fancy to each other and soon they became the best of friends. The lizard king did not approve of their friendship, and he felt that the chameleon was not to be trusted. He feared that some day the chameleon might harm both his son and all his lizard subjects. The lizard therefore warned his son about this. He told him to break off with the chameleon but the lizard prince would not listen. In spite of many wamings, he continued to meet chameleon and be friendly with him.

As time passed, the lizard prince grew larger and larger. The chameleon continued to be the
same size. Noticing the difference, the chameleon said to himself, "This lizard is growing by the day. A time will come when he is likely to crush me to death. Before that happens, I must find a way to get rid of both him and all the other lizards.

The chameleon waited for a chance to carry out his plan. One day, there came to a river bank, a hunter and his dogs. At once the chameleon went up to the man and said,"good sir, are you a hunter of lizards? " "I am," replied the hunter. "Then come with me. I will show you a place where there are plenty of lizards for you to catch."Offered the chameleon.

"That is very kind of you," said the hunter and he went at once with the chameleon. That chameleon showed him the lizard's home. The hunter promptly lit a fire. He then smoked all the lizards out of their hole. As lizards tried to escape, the hunter's dogs fell on them and soon killed them all.

Only the lizard king was lucky to get away. He was very sad to see his son and all his subjects die. But he realized it was due to his son's foolishness. As for the chameleon, he was of course glad that he had succeeded in what he had planned.

  1. Where were the lizards living?
    1. At the river bank
    2. In a hole
    3. In the forest
    4. In a cave
  2. Prince is to king as ______________ is to queen.
    1. girl
    2. lady
    3. woman
    4. princess
  3. Which one of the following describes the characters of the lizard prince?
    1. Stubborn and unwise
    2. Trustworthy
    3. Clever and stubborm
    4. Lazy and wise
  4. Which one of the following is true about the lizard king?
    1. Lizard king was wise and caring
    2. He was foolish and stubborn
    3. He was not good at advising
    4. He was foolish and unfriendly
  5. Why did the lizard king warn the lizard prince?
    1. He feared that the chameleon would harm him
    2. Lizard prince was stubborn
    3. Chameleon was to be trusted
    4. The king liked giving warnings
  6. The term break off means;
    1. to stop trusting someone
    2. to cut into pieces
    3. to take sometime and go out
    4. to end a relationship
  7. Why did the chameleon plan to get rid of lizard prince?
    1. Because he was a prince
    2. Lizard was not trustworthy
    3. He feared lizard would crush him one day
    4. Lizard prince had received him
  8. When the hunter came to the river bank;
    1. chameleon offered to help him
    2. he asked for the lizard's home
    3. he wanted to kill the chameleon
    4. chameleon showed him his home
  9. Who killed the lizards?
    1. Chameleon
    2. The dogs
    3. The hunter
    4. Lizard king
  10. According to the lizard, king, his son and the lizard subjects died because of,
    1. the chameleon
    2. the dangerous hunter
    3. a serious attack
    4. his son's lack of wisdom
  11. Which is the right word to describe the chameleon:?
    1. Deceptive and unreliable
    2. Wise and cunning
    3. Kind and reliable
    4. Wise and trustworthy
  12. The best title for the story is;
    1. The prince's foolishness
    2. Poor chameleon
    3. A good hunting day
    4. Good friends

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03
September
  1. Write five hundred fifty five thousand six hundred and sixty nine in figures.
    1. 55500669 
    2. 555669
    3. 55506609
    4. 5555696
  2. Simplity:
     80 
    100
    1. 40/50
    2. 4/25
    3. 8/25
    4. 4/5
  3. What is the place value of digit 6 in the number 36502?
    1. Ones
    2. Tens
    3. Hundreds
    4. Thousands
  4. Change 4km 35m into meters
    1. 435 m
    2. 4035m
    3. 40035 m
    4. 4350 m
  5. Kilonzo bought, 3/5kg of potatoes and 1/3 kg of tomatoes. What was the total mass of the items he bought?
    1. 4/15kg
    2. 14/15kg
    3. 3/8kg
    4. 3/15kg
  6. What is the place value of digit 4 in the number 792.843?
    1. Tenths
    2. Hundredths
    3. Thousandths
    4. Hundreds
  7. Multiply; 35.3 x 4
    1. 14.12
    2. 13.12
    3. 141.2
    4. 1.412
  8. How many rectangles are in the figure below?
    class 6 ET1 maths Q8
    1. 4
    2. 5
    3. 7
    4. 9
  9. What is 29 in Roman numbers?
    1. LXI
    2. XIX
    3. XXIX
    4. XXI
  10. What is the G.C.D of 6, 42 and 24?
    1. 2
    2. 3
    3. 168
    4. 6
  11. Find the area of the rectangle below.
    class 6 ET1 math Q11
    1. 122 cm2 
    2. 900 cm
    3. 900 cm2 
    4. 1800 cm2
  12. Work out 3.08 + 6.8 + 12
    1. 21.88
    2. 10.00
    3. 3.88
    4. 38.8
  13. Find the value of the angle marked m
    class 6 ET1math Q13
    1. 60°
    2. 55°
    3. 45°
    4. 180°
  14. How many halfkilograms are there in 17 kg?
    1. 17
    2. 34
    3. 68
    4. 8
  15. Find the value of w in 17+w=30 
    1. 13
    2. 23
    3. 47 
    4. 12 
  16. Add
     km     m     cm
      8     270    30
    +6     980    70 
    ____________
    1. 15km 251 m 00 cm
    2. 14 km 251 m 100 cm
    3. 15 km 250 m 100cm
    4. 14 km 1251 m 00 cm
  17.  Work out;
    14 × 1½
    1. 14½
    2. 15½
    3. 21
    4. 12½
  18. Divide Class 6 ET1 math Q18
    1. 1003
    2. 13
    3. 103
    4. 1030
  19. Pick the like terms in the expression 9t + 8p + 6t +3p + 2p
    1. 28 pt
    2. 15t −13p
    3. 15t + 13p
    4. 13 t+ 15 p
  20. How many containers of A will fill 4 container B?
    class 6 ET1 math Q20
    1. 25
    2. 50
    3. 200
    4. 100
  21. What is the area of the shaded part?
    class 6 ET1 math Q21
    1. 140cm2
    2. 600 cm2
    3. 1200 cm2
    4. 200 cm2
  22. The scale on a map is 1 centimetres represents 10 m. Find the drawing length that will represent 80 m on the ground?
    1. 800 cm
    2. 80cm
    3. 8 cm
    4. 8000 cm
  23. Change 62/5 into an improper fraction.
    1. 5/32
    2. 5/30
    3. 30/5
    4. 32/5
  24. What is the value of y in the following factor tree?
    class 6 ET1 math Q24
    1. 3
    2. 9
    3. 2
    4. 18
  25. Weeks      Days
        7              4
      −3              6  
                            
    1. 11 weeks 3 days
    2. 4 weeks   5 days
    3. 3 weeks   8 days
    4. 3 weeks   5 days
  26. What is the time in the clock shown
    class 6 Et1 Q26
    1. 9.00 o'clock
    2. 12.45 o'clock
    3. 12.00 o'clock
    4. 11.45 o'clock
  27. Which of the following numbers is divisible by 3 and 9
    1. 1008
    2. 222
    3. 33
    4. 903
  28. What is the LC.M of 12 and 18
    1. 42
    2. 36
    3. 30
    4. 6
  29. What is the total number of days in the month of May and September?
    1. 62
    2. 60
    3. 61
    4. 39
  30.  How many milimeters are there in 2¼ litres?
    1. 2100ml
    2. 2250ml
    3. 2140ml
    4. 2400ml
  31. Add
    sh    ct
    78    20
     1     80
    +9    70   
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    1. sh 100 70 ct
    2. sh 89   70 ct
    3. sh 109  60 ct
    4. sh 88 170 ct
  32. Calculate the area of a square whose sides are 12 cm.
    1. 144 cm2
    2. 24 cm2
    3. 48 cm2
    4. 144cm
  33. Which of the following is an equilateral triangle?
    Class 6 Et1 math Q33
  34. Arrange in ascending order.
    1/8, ½, ¼, 1/3
    1. ½,1/3, ¼. 1/
    2. ½, 1/8,  ¼, 1/3
    3. ½, 1/3,1/8,  ¼
    4. 1/8, ¼, 1/3, ½
  35. Which of the following angles is the largest?
    1. Reflex
    2. Right
    3. Obtuse
    4. Acute
  36. What is the approximate mass of a newly born baby?
    1. 3g
    2. 30kg
    3. 3kg
    4. 300kg
  37. Ali bought 48 packets of biscuits. If each packet weighed 1/4kg, what is the total mass he bought in kilograms?
    1. 96 kg
    2. 192kg
    3. 12 kg
    4. 24kg
  38. Amina left Wajir at 9.00 a.m and arrived Nairobi at 2.00 p.m. How many hours did her jourmey take?
    1. 5 hours
    2. 11 hours
    3. 7 hours
    4. 4 hours
  39. Multiply 13 km 200 m by 8
    1. 105 km  600 m
    2. 104 km  1600 m
    3. 13 km  1600m
    4. 14 km   600m
  40. A family uses 2½ litres of milk everyday. How many litres does the family use in 2 weeks?
    1. 5L
    2. 17½L
    3. 25 L
    4. 35L
  41. If the year 2000 was a leap year. How many other leap years are there before 2010?
    1. 2
    2. 3
    3. 4
    4. 1
  42. Find the value of X if; 2/7x/21
    1. 4
    2. 6
    3. 14
    4. 8
  43. Muturi was sent to buy the following items;
    2 kg sugar @sh 70
    ½ kg meat at sh 100 per kg
    4 kg cooking fat (@ sh 70
    3 kg wheat flour each sh 60 per kilo
    If he paid using a one thousand shilling note, how much balance did he receive?
    1. sh 650
    2. sh 350
    3. sh 630
    4. sh 1700
  44. In a parent's meeting, the number of men who attended was 413 women 642 and 13 more children than men. How many people were in the meeting?
    1. 1068
    2. 1481
    3. 1710
    4. 1042
  45. Work out
    Hr    Min       S
    2        30      10
    ×                    3 
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    1. 6h    90min    30s
    2. 7h    30min    30s
    3. 8h    30min    30s
    4. 9h    60min    30s

The graph below shows the favourite games for pupils in Amanda school. Use it to answer questions 46-49.

class 6 ET1 math Q46

  1. Which one is the most liked game in school?
    1. Tennis
    2. Athletics
    3. Soccer
    4. Hockey
  2. Which game is least liked by the pupils?
    1. Soccer
    2. Tennis
    3. Hockey
    4. Athletics
  3. How many more pupils like athletics than tennis?
    1. 200
    2. 120
    3. 80
    4. 320
  4. What is the total number of pupils in the school?
    1. 320
    2. 480
    3. 600
    4. 800
  5. What is the next shape in the pattern below?
    class 6 ET1 math Q50

Marking Scheme

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  50. A