1. Which technique can be used to show dark and light effect? (Smudge technique, Mounting technique)
  2. Name two materials needed for crayon etching?
  3. We make the tone of a colour brighter by adding colour   (black, white)
  4. When we mix primary colours we get secondary colours. Which one of the following is not a secondary colour?
    1. Purple
    2. Blue
    3. Orange
    4. Green
  5. Draw the objects shown below in the spaces provided. Use smudge technique to show light and dark effect. 
    Screenshot 2023 03 25 at 17.04.33
  6. The art of creating pictures by applying paints on a surface with brushes is called _______________
    (painting, colouring)
  7. ____________________ is the lightness or darkness of a colour. (Texture, Tone)
    1. mounting.
    2. photography
    3. calligraphy
    4. basketry
  8. Colour or paint the shape below using your favourite colour. 
    Screenshot 2023 03 25 at 17.12.36
  9. Peter and Jane cut several pictures from old magazines and pasted them on a cardboard. Which type of art were they doing? (Painting, Drawing, Montage, Crayon etching).
  10. Name two tools you can use to shade an image.


  1. A folk song is sung by a group of people led __________________by a(solo, soloist)
  2. A group of people singing together is called a
    1. choir
    2. solo
    3. trio
    4. duet
  3. What is the name of the instrument shown below?
    Screenshot 2023 03 25 at 17.35.36
  4. Which one of the following is not a national holiday?
    1. Mashujaa day
    2. Boxing day
    3. Jamhuri day
    4. Madaraka day
  5. When playing wind instruments we blow in air through the ___________________ piece. (mouth, body)
  6. Name any two costumes worn by traditional song singers.
  7. Songs sung to praise a country are called ______________________ songs
    1. National
    2. round
    3. patriotic
    4. singing games
  8. The instrument shown below is played by
    Screenshot 2023 03 25 at 18.27.55 
    1. hiting
    2. shaking
    3. plucking
    4. blowing 
  9. Instruments that are played alongside the folk songs are called ________________________
    (accompaniment, props)
  10. Songs are also called __________________ music (vocal, instrumental)


  1. An instrument used to show the direction of a place is known as ________________________
  2. Vasco da gama pillar in Mombasa is an example of _______________(built environment, physical features)
  3. A long period without rain is called  _____________________(drought, desert)
  4. Name two ways of caring for historic built  environments in our country.
  5. Name the compass points correctly.
    Screenshot 2023 03 25 at 20.23.27
  6. How can the following things destroy plants?
    Screenshot 2023 03 25 at 20.24.35People collect rain water from the roof during ____________________-____season. (rainy, cold)
  7. Which one of the following is not an example of a man-made features?
    1. Road
    2. Bridge
    3. Dam
    4. Lake
  8. Name two mountains found in Kenya.
  9. What is the name of your county?
  10. The sun rises in the _____________________and sets in the __________________(East, North, South, West
  11. Farmers plant during the _______________________ season (rainy, dry)
  12. Write two examples of built enviroments.
  13. Rivers which have water throughout the year are called _________________ rivers (seasonal, permanent)
  14. Name two crops grown in your county?


  1. God is _____________________he does not sin.  (holy, unholy)
  2. Which family is made up of mother, father and children? (Nuclear, Extended)
  3. Name two qualities of God.
  4. How many days did God take to create the world and everything in the earth? (Six, Seven)
  5. Amnon the son of David wronged her sister by__________________her. (beating, raping)
  6. My body is the ________________________ of the holy spirit. (temple, spirit)
  7. Jesus grew up in the home town of ______________________(Nazareth, Bethlem)
  8. Who were the first people to be created by God?
  9. Which one of the following is a good choice?
    1. Being sad.
    2. Not completing your work.
    3. Taking care of God's creations
    4. Disrespecting others.
  10. Birds and sea creatures were created on day ______________________(5, 6)
  11. We are created in the ___________________ and __________________ of God.
    1. holiness
    2. ability
    3. image
    4. likeness
  12. Write down two bad thoughts.
  13. Which man in the bible was swallowed by a big fish?
    1. Isaiah
    2. Jonah
    3. Nineveh
    4. Jacob 
  14. The writers of the bible were guided by _____________________(Holy spirit, men of the world)
  15. List two ways you can protect yourself from sexual abuse.


  1. Ar-Rahhmaan, Ar-Rahiim and Al-Maalik are names of Allah mentioned in surah
    1. khlas
    2. Fatiha
    3. Naas
    4. Nasr
  2. Which two surahs are referred to as Al- Mu'awidhatayn? Surahs
    1. Naas and Falaq.
    2. Fatiha and Ikhlas.
    3. Masad and Nasr.
    4. Kafirun and Lahab.
  3. The wife of AbuLahad was called
    1. Ummu Kulthum.
    2. Ummul Khair
    3. Ummu Mabad
    4. Ummul Jamil
  4. You have passed your exams very well, but one of your classmates feels envious and jealous of your success. You should recite surah
    1. Al-Ikhals
    2. Al-Nasr
    3. An-Naas
    4. Al-Kafirun
  5. Who is our best teacher and an example of good behaviour?
    1. Prophet Muhammad
    2. Angel Jibril
    3. Our Mosque Imaam
    4. Our parents.
  6. When we start eating food we should say
    1. Mashallah
    2. Bismillah
    3. Allahu Akbar
    4. Alhamdulillah
  7. This tooth brush made form a stick is called
    Screenshot 2023 03 25 at 22.05.51
    1. Mistwara
    2. Mihraab
    3. Minbar
    4. Miswaak
  8. Which one is not a pillar of Iman? Belief in
    1. Angels
    2. holy books
    3. Swalah
    4. the Last Day.
  9. Prophet Muhammad was an orphan. He lost his father and mother. He grew up in house of his uncle called
    1. AbuTwalib
    2. AbuLahab
    3. Abbas
    4. Hamza
  10. Who of these people is Swalah should recite, "Subhaana Rabiyal a'ala"?
  11. Swaum said to Hamid, "Yarhamkallah".
    This is because Swaum heard Hamid
    1. cough
    2. sneeze
    3. pass wind
    4. hicup
  12. Choose the person who prays in this place of worship.
    Screenshot 2023 03 25 at 22.09.47
    1. A Muslim
    2. A Christian
    3. An idol worshipper
    4. A Hindu
  13. Which one of these is not a tool used for ccasing the environment?
    1. A folk jembe
    2. Wheelbarrow
    3. Rake
    4. Panga
  14. The first month of the Islamic Calender is
    1. Rajab
    2. Ramadhan
    3. Muharram
    4. DhulHijja
  15. On the Eid day, muslims recite ____________________ as they wait for Swalatul Eid.
    1. Basmala
    2. Tahliil
    3. Istighfaar
    4. Takbira



  1. Smudge technique.
  2. Wax crayons, stiff paper, black paint, scrapping tools, soapy water etc.
  3. White
  4. B
  5. Correct smudge technique
  6. Painting
  7. Tone
  8. Correct colouring / painting
  9. Montage
  10. Graphite, charcoal, pencil etc


  1. Soloist
  2. choir
  3. drum
  4. B
  5. mouth 
  6. Sisal skirts, maasi shukas, headgears e.t.c
  7. C
  8. D
  9. Accompaniment
  10. vocal


  1. Compass
  2. Built environment
  3. Drought
    • Educating people on their importance.
    • Erecting electric fences around them.
    •  Repairing broken parts. 
    1. North
    2. East
    3. South
    4. West
    1. Scorching them.
    2. Eating the plants.
  7. Rainy
  8. Lake
  9. (Mt. Kenya, Longonot, - (Correct answers)
  10. Correct answer.
  11. East, West
  12. Rainy
  13. Museums, monuments, forts, buildings
  14. Permanent
  15. (Correct answer) 


  1. Holy
  2. Nuclear
  3. Sole creator, holy faithful, loving
  4. Six
  5. Raping
  6. Temple
  7. Bethlehem
  8. Adam and Eve
  9. Taking care of God's creations.
  10. Day 5
  11. Image and likeness.
  12. Being unfair, discouraging others, hating others, being selfish.
  13. Jonah
  14. Holy Spirit
    • Not being alone with strangers.
    • Not accepting gifts from strangers
    • Reporting anyone touching you inappropriately. 


  1. B
  2. A
  3. D
  4. C
  5. A
  6. B
  7. D
  8. C
  9. A
  10. C
  11. B
  12. D
  13. A
  14. C
  15. D


  1. Which one of the following is not a characteristic of living things?
    1. They grow.
    2. They breath.
    3. They do not move.
    4. They reproduce.
  2. Forceps and tongs are used when uprooting ________________________plants (non-poisonous, poisonous)
  3. Name any two animals that are
    1. Vertebrates
    2. Invertebrates
  4. Which one of the following is a good practice when handling animals?
    1. Not feeding the animals daily.
    2. Taking the animal to the veterinary doctor when sick.
    3. Giving the animals water once per week.
    4. Overworking the animals in the farm.
  5. Name two ways we can care for animals at home?
  6. Most of the vertebrates are animals (big, small)
  7. Which part of the digestive system is the arrow pointing to?
    1. Stomach
    2. Liver
    3. Small intestine
    4. Rectum
  8. Write two characteristics of the living thing shown below.
  9. Which one of the following is a way of taking care of our teeth?
    1. Eating sugarcanes and carrots.
    2. Eating sweets frequently.
    3. Brushing once a week.
    4. Never visiting a dentist.
      Write True or False for questions 10 and 11.
  10. Digestion of food ends in the small intestine. __________________________
  11. The oesophagus is a tube that connects the mouth to the stomach.
  12. Which two types of teeth are used for chewing and grinding food?
    _______________________ and ____________________________
    (incisors, canine, molar, premolar)
  13. What is the name of the tooth shown below?
    1. Incisor
    2. Molar
    3. Premolar
    4. Canine


  1. Grade four leaners in Kibra Primary School were learning about the components of the soil. Which one of the following is not found in the soil?
    1. Water
    2. Air
    3. Minerals
    4. Wood
  2. Name any three materials used in compost manure preparation.
  3. Which type of soil has medium particles? _____________________(Clay, Loam)
  4. What is the importance of drip irrigation?
  5. List down two uses of soil.
  6. Which water conservation method is shown in the diagram below? ____________________________
    (Covercrops, Mulching)
  7. Which type of soil cracks when it is dry?  (Sand, Clay, Loam)
  8. Which one of the following materials is not used to prepare compost manure?
    (Stones, Animal waste, Spoiled fruits, Rotten hay)
  9. Name two domestic animals that give us meat.
  10. The dark organic material that forms in soil when plants and animals wastes decay is called _____________ (soil, humus)
  11. Which one of the following containers is most likely to be sand soil?
  12. Ready compost manure is _____________________ in colour   (dark, light)
  13. Which soil would be best for growing bean crops?   (Loam, Clay)
  14. Name two uses of water in a farm.


  1. The following are _________________ types of food. (protective, body building)
  2. Which one of the following is not a quality of a good play item?
    1. Adventurous
    2. Unsafe
    3. Enjoyable
    4. Attractive
  3. Name two security challenges children come across during playing.
  4. A child who is sneezing is most likely suffering from
    1. chicken pox
    2. earache
    3. flu
    4. food allergies
  5. Write down two signs that show you are unwell?
  6. Name any two cleaning materials used at home.
  7. Which one of the following is not a reason why children should take rest after play.
    1. Helps children recover from stress.
    2. Restores lost energy.
    3. Increases children's appetite.
    4. Repairs damaged tissues.
  8. Which games are the children below playing?
    (Skipping, Jumping, Hide and seek, Football)
  9. Which one of the following is a basic need of a child?
    1. Story books
    2. Food
    3. Snacks
    4. Toys
  10. Which one of the following is not an example of protective food? (Orange, Apple, Bread, Cabbage)


  1. Name three games that can be played for fun and enjoyment?
  2. The (girl/boy) below is performing a _____________________ walk. (crab, wheelbarrow)
  3. Write two of the floating techniques that you know.
  4. When performing a backward roll. We move backwards.  (False, True)
  5. What is the importance of fair play during games and sports?
    1. Promotes fair competition and equality
    2. Helps us win.
    3. Promotes hatred among winners and losers.
    4. Helps players respect rules and other players.
  6. Write one safety measure to be observed while making balls.
  7. Which pass is shown in the diagram below?
    1. Crabstand balance.
    2. Beam balance
    3. Wheelbarrow balance.
    4. V balance.
  8. Name the body parts used when performing the backward roll.
  9. Name one game played on an athletics track.
  10. We should not swim without a _______________________(lifeguard, jacket, noodles)
  11. Before starting off a physical activity we have a ______________________________ (race, warm up, nap)
    Name two accidents that can happen while playing.
  12. __________________________
  13. __________________________



  1. C
  2. Poisonous
    1. Donkeys, cows, cats, dogs
    2. Mosquitoes, ticks, ants, cockroaches
  4. B
    1. Feeding them food, giving them water
    2. Giving them shelter, not overworking them.
  6. Big
  7. A stomach (as per the diagram)
  8. They breath, grow, make their own food, bear fruits, responds to environmental changes.
  9. A
  10. True
  11. True
  12. Molar, Premolar
  13. Molar


  1. wood
  2. Animal waste, spoiled fruits and vegetables, rotten hay, field refuse e.t.c
  3. Loam
    • To ensure plants have enough water
    • Helps conserve water usage
    1. Planting crop - Sand soil - we plant coconut trees, rice is planted in clay soil
    2. Provides necessary minerals to the plants
    3. Use in construction
      (Any other correct answer)
  6. Cover crops as per the diagram
  7. Clay
  8. Papers, stones
  9. Goat, cow, sheep, hen, pig e.t.c
  10. Humus
  11. C
  12. dark
  13. loam
  14. Irrigation, watering animals, mixing chemicals


  1. Body building
  2. B
    • Isolated play areas
    • Strangers
    • Unsafe play areas
  4. C - Flu
  5. Coughing, vomiting, sore throat, stomache
  6. Mops, brooms, dutbins, detergent
  7. C -  Increases children's appetite.
    1. Skipping
    2. Hide and seek
  9. B
  10. bread


  1. Swimming, skipping, ball games
  2. Crab
  3. Starfish float, back float
  4. True
  5. Helps player respect rules and other players
  6. Use materials that are safe for the players.
  7. As per the diagram (Chest pass)
  8. Hands, legs, head, knees ......
  9. Running 100 metres, 200 metres
  10. Life guard
  11. Warm up
  12. Fainting
  13. Injuries

Jaza mapengo kwa kutumia jibu sahihi.

Kadala ni mwanafunzi ___1___. Badala ___2___ kuwasikiliza walimu ___3___, yeye hupendelea kufanya utukutu. Jana mwalimu mkuu alimpa onyo ___4___ mwisho. Alimwambia aende nyumbani akamlete baba ___5___.

   A   B   C   D 
 1.   mtukutu   kitukutu   litukutu   matukutu 
 2.  za  cha  la  ya
 3.  yake  wake  chake  lake
 4.  ya  za  cha  la
 5.  zake  chake  lake  yake


Andika sentensi zifuatazo kwa wingi.

  1. Mtu amenunua chungu kingine.
  2. Mkate utaliwa na mtoto.
  3. Kiatu cha mtoto kimeshonwa.

Andika kinyume cha maneno haya.

  1. Kijana
  2. Maskini
  3. Baba

Tunga sentensi ukitumia majina uliyopewa.

  1. kalamu yake __________________
  2. mbegu _________________

Jaza mapengo kwa usahihi.

  1. Yupi kati ya hawa si mnyama wa porini? _______________________________
    (Tembo, Ngedere, Punda)
  2. Chagua neno lisilo tunda.
    (Parachichi, Tikitimaji, Zabibu, Viazi)
  3. Tunatumia kinu na ___________________ kutwangia nafaka. (mchi, mafiga, mwiko)

Soma kifungu hiki kisha ujibu maswali.

Hadija si tabia yake kufuatana na watu wenye tabia mbaya. Lakini siku moja alikata kauli kwenda katika sherehe za sikukuu ya Madaraka. Aliaandamana na watu vichwa maji. Watu hao walimcheka kila mahali. Wengine walisukumana hata na mama wajawazito waliwatisha watoto wadogo na kuwangurumia kama simba. Watoto walilia na kukimbia ovyo. Watu wengine walitoa sigara walizozificha mifukoni wakavuta. Hadija alichukia kile kitendo cha watu hao. Alichukia nywele zao chafu zilizosokotana kama manyoya ya kondoo. Aliyachukia mavazi yao yasiyo na adabu. Baada ya sherehe wanafunzi hao walirudi shuleni. Hadija alienda moja kwa moja hadi kwa mwalimu mkuu. Uchunguzi ulifanywa na ukweli wote ulipatikana, watukutu, wajeuri na vichwa maji waliadhibiwa.

  1. Hadija alipatana wapi na watu wenye tabia mbaya?
    1. Shuleni.
    2. Akjenda nyumbani.
    3. Sherehe za sikukuu.
    4. Nyumbani wakicheza.
  2. Hadija aliandamana na watu
    1. wazuri
    2. wenye bidii
    3. vichwa maji
    4. watiifu

Andika tabia mbili mbaya watu hawa walifanya.

  1. ____________________________
  2. ____________________________
  3. Watu wengine walitoa sigara walizoficha mifukoni na
    1. kuficha
    2. kuvuta
    3. kutupa
    4. kumpa Hadija.
  4. Kwa nini Hadija alienda kwa mwalimu mkuu? 
  5. Je, wafikiria maana ya vichwa maji ni gani?

Soma kifungu hiki kisha ujibu maswali.


Miti ina faida nyingi kwetu sisi wanadamu. Hutupatia matunda, mbao, kivuli na hata kuvuta mvua. Nchi isiyokuwa na miti hubadilika na kuwa jangwa. Hii ndiyo sababu ya kuwa na siku maalumu ya kupanda miti kila mwaka.

Babu zetu walikuwa na njia yao ya kuzuia ukataji wa miti. Watoto wadogo walitolewa hadithi za kuwafanya waogope kuikata miti fulani. Miti kama mugumo una hadithi nyingi kama hizo. Hii ni kwa sababu ulitumiwa na makabila mengi kutolea sadaka kwa Mungu.

Hadithi moja inahusu mtu mmoja aliyeishi katika kijiji kilichoitwa Makongo. Jina lake lilikuwa Tangawizi. Watu wa kijiji cha Makongo walimchukia Tangawizi kwa sababu ya kukata miti ovyo. Walijaribu kumzungumzia lakini aliendelea kuikata miti.

"Miti ni mali ya Mungu," aliwaambia. Siku moja, Tangawizi aliondoka nyumbani kulipopambazuka, shoka mkononi na kuuendea mugumo uliotumiwa na watu wa kijiji cha Makongo kutolea sadaka kwa Mungu.

"Watatafuta mahali pengine pa kutolea sadaka," alisema na kuanza kuukata. Lakini kabla ya kuendelea sana, damu ilianza kutoka katika sehemu aliyoikata. Mara aliisikia sauti kubwa kutoka kwa mugumo huo.
Tangawizi!.... Tangawizi!...... Tangawizi!
Kwa vile wataka kuniua, mimi nitakuadhibu.
Kutoka leo, utakuwa kipofu hadi kufa.
Macho ya Tangawizi yalijifunga na akawa kipofu hadi kufa kwake.

  1. Taja faida moja ya miti kama zilivyozungumziwa katika hadithi.
  2. Nchi isiyokuwa na miti hubadilika na kuwa nini?
  3. Muguro una hadithi nyingi kwa sababu gani?
    1. Ni mti mkubwa sana.
    2. Ni mti unaoweza kuongea.
    3. Ulitumiwa kutolewa sadaka kwa Mungu.
    4. Uliwapa watu matunda.
  4. Aliyekwenda kuukata Mugumo alikuwa na nini?
    Taja vitu viwili vilivyofanyika mti ulipoanza kukatwa.
  5. _________________________________
  6. _________________________________
  7. Tangawizi aliadhibiwa aje na mugumo?
    1. Alichapwa.
    2. Alikatwa mkono.
    3. Alikuwa zuzu.
    4. Alikuwa kipofu


Andika Insha kuhusu:



  1. A
  2. D
  3. B
  4. D
  5. D
  6. Watu wamenunua vyungu vingine.
  7. Mikate italiwa na watoto.
  8. Viatu vya watoto vimeshonwa.
  9. mzee
  10. Tajiri
  11. mama
  12. Sentensi sahihi
  13. Sentensi sahihi
  14. punda
  15. viazi
  16. mchi
  17. C
  18. C
  19. Wato hao walimcheka kila mahali.
  20. Watu wengine walitoa sigara walizozificha mifukoni wakavuta
  21. B
  22. Kupiga ripoti
  23. Watu wenye tabia mbaya.
  24. Hutupatia matunda, mbao, kivuli na hata kuvuta mvua.
  25. jangwa
  26. C
  27. Tangawizi
  28. Damu ilianza kutoka
  29. Alisikia sauti kubwa
  30. D


Complete the sentences using "has" or "have"

  1. They  _____________spread their beds.
  2. She _____________brushed her teeth.

Fill in the blank spaces with the correct form of the word in brackets.

  1. Jane is the ________________class. (tall)
  2. We bought the ____________________ dress from the shop. (pretty)
  3. A hyena is ___________________than the lion.  (weak)

Write the plural form of the following nouns.

  1. patch
  2. pen
  3. goose

Use "enough", or "a lot" or "a lot of" to complete the following sentences.

  1. There are __________________ of ways to show respect.
  2. We have with. ___________________ balls to play with.
  3. I have ____________________food for today.

Fill in a or an in the following.

  1. This is __________________ nice toy.
  2. Give this child ____________________apple.
  3. Who wants __________________banana?

Complete the following. Follow the example given.
She is a girl. They are girls.

  1. He is calling you.
    _________________ are calling you.
  2. Give her sweets.
    Give ___________________ sweets.

Read the passage below and answer the questions.



Once there was a boy who worked for a king. But the king was cruel to him. So the boy ran away. He met a big lion in the desert. The boy was afraid because the lion looked angry. The lion said, "I am angry because there is a thorn in my foot." So the boy sat down and pulled the thorn out. The boy and the lion became good friends.

One day the boy went back to the town. That day the cruel king went hunting in the desert and he caught the lion in a net. Then he saw the boy in the town and he caught him as well.

"I will punish you for running away. I will throw you to the lion," said the king. So the king threw the boy into the lion's den. But when the lion saw the boy, he lay down and smiled. The boy smiled too and put his arm around his friend. The king was amazed and he let the boy the lion go free.

  1. Why did the boy ran away from the king? The
    1. boy worked for the king,
    2. boy was full of fear.
    3. king was cruel to the boy.
    4. king chased him away.
  2. How did the boy help the lion?
  3. How did the king punish the boy when he caught him?
    1. Taking him back to his house. 
    2. Throwing him to the lion's den.
    3. Taking him to prison.
    4. Beating him.
  4. What did the lion do when he saw the boy?
    1. Swallowed him up.
    2. Growled at him.
    3. Closed his eyes and ignored him.
    4. Lay down and smiled.
  5. What two things did the boy do to the lion in the den.
  6. ___________________
  7. Why do you think the king let the boy and the lion go free?

Read the poem below and answer the questions.

If I wake up before it's dawn
And Mum is still asleep,
I sneck barefoot across the hall
To the kitchen where Bud sleeps.

I shush him if he makes a sound,
I tell him not to bark,
And then we creep back to my bed
And snuggle in the dark.

Then I go back to sleep again
With Bud right by my toes,
And wake to find him licking me
And touch his cold, round nose.

And when Mum's clock is ringing loud,
And she yells out, "Wake up!!?
I put the tea-bags in the pot
Pour milk into our cups.

"Hello," she yawns, her work clothes on.
And Bud jumps up and down.
And she laughs and fusses him,
Calls him a great big clown.

I like it in the mornings
Sitting drinking tea,
Watching the sky change colour,
Just Mum and Bud and me.

  1. What is the name of the dog in the poem?
  2. Where did the dog usually sleep?
    1. Bedroom
    2. Kitchen
    3. Outside
    4. Dining room
  3. Which word in verse 1 means "creep secretly"?
    1. I sneak barefoot.
    2. Still asleep.
    3. I wake up.
    4. Where bud sleeps.
  4. Why do you think Bud is told not to bark or make a sound in verse 2? _________________________
  5. Which of the following sentences is not true?
    1. The child put the teabags in the teapot.
    2. The child poured the boiling water into the teapot.
    3. The child poured milk into Mum's cup.
  6. What made mum laugh and say that Bud was "a great big clown"? Bud
    1. sleeps in the kitchen.
    2. snuggles with the child in the dark.
    3. jumps up and down.
    4. drinks tea.
  7. Why does the child like it in the morning?


Write an interesting composition about.



  1. have
  2. has
  3. tallest
  4. prettiest
  5. weaker
  6. patches
  7. pens
  8. geese
  9. alot
  10. enough/alot
  11. enough
  12. a
  13. an
  14. a
  15. They
  16. Them
  17. C
  18. He pulled the thorn out from lion foot.
  19. B
  20. D
  21. The boy smiled.
  22. Put his arm around his friend
  23. The king was amazed
  24. Bud
  25. Kitchen(B)
  26. I sneak barefoot (A)
  27. Not to wake up mum
  28. The child poured the boiling water (B)
  29. Bud jumps up and down (C)
  30. Sitting drinking tea, with mum and Bud.


  1. Write the following number in words.
    1. Five thousand and sixty four.
    2. Five thousand six hundred and ninety four.
    3. Six hundred and ninety four.
    4. Five hundred and ninety four.
  2. Work out
       8 3 6 litres
    + 1 1 2 litres
    1. 948
    2. 724
    3. 908
    4. 900
  3. Arrange the following numbers from the smallest to the largest. 69, 66, 62, 63, 70, 68, 67, 64
    1. 64, 69, 62, 63, 70, 68, 67, 66
    2. 70, 69, 68, 67, 66, 64, 63, 62
    3. 62, 63, 64, 66, 67, 68, 69, 70 
    4. 70, 62, 69, 63, 68, 64, 67, 66
  4. Which one of the following is not a pair of factors of 24?
    1. 8 X 3
    2. 12 X 3
    3. 24 X 1
    4. 6 X 4
  5. John scored 82% in a mathematics test. What was his score to the nearest ten?
    1. 80
    2. 90
    3. 70
    4. 100
  6. List down all the odd numbers between 70-80.
    _______, _______, _______, _______, ________.
  7. What is the total value of digit 3 in The number below?
    1. 3000
    2. 3
    3. 30
    4. 300
  8. Write the correct roman numeral for number 4
    1. II
    2. IV
    3. V
    4. VI
  9. Subtract 10 to create a pattern in the following numbers.
    940, ______, ______, _______, _______
    1. 940, 950, 960, 970
    2. 930, 950, 960, 970
    3. 930, 920, 910, 900
    4. 940, 930, 920, 910
  10. During a school prize giving day, the 24 best performers were awarded with 5 books each. How many books were they given altogether?
    1. 29
    2. 120
    3. 60
    4. 24
  11. Two hundred and fifty added to four thousand and seventy five is equal to
    1. 4375
    2. 4325
    3. 4075
    4. 250
  12. Write the number represented by the digits formed in the abacus below.____________
  13. During the drought season, a hotel in Nyeri bought 325 litres of water on day one and 750 litres of water on day two. How many litres of water did they buy in total?
    1. 1050 litres
    2. 750 litres
    3. 975 litres
    4. 1075 litres
  14. What is the fraction of the unshaded part?
    1. 4/4
    2. 1/2
    3. 3/4
    4. 4
  15. Work out the following using abacus.
      5 3 7
    +   4 2  
  16. During her birthday, Joyce bought 6 cartons of biscuits. Each carton had 8 biscuits. how many biscuits did she have in total?
    1. 24
    2. 48
    3. 12
    4. 14
  17. Jacob harvested 22 kilograms of beans and 76 kilograms of maize. How many kilograms of food did he harvest altogether? 
    1. 88 kilograms 
    2. 98 kilograms
    3. 54 kilograms
    4. 80 kilograms
  18. Fill in the missing numbers in the pattern below.
    712, 717, ______, ______, ______
    1. 720, 725, 727
    2. 722, 727, 732
    3. 712, 707, 705
    4. 722, 725, 730
  19. Arrange the following vertically and add 142 + 467 =
    1. 597
    2. 599
    3. 699
    4. 609
  20. James brought 16 oranges to school. He shared them equally to his 8 friends. How many oranges did each friend get?
    1. 1
    2. 2
    3. 3
    4. 4
  21. What is the time shown in the clock face below?_________________
  22. Complete the pattern below.
  23. A lesson takes 40 minutes. If it ends at 8.50 a.m,what time did it start?
    1. 9.30 a.m
    2. 8.10 a.m
    3. 8.40 p.m
    4. 9.30 p.m
  24. Write a multiplication sentence for the following.
       |||||    |||||    ||||| 
    ________ x _________ = _________
  25. Find the missing number in the box below.
    857 − 643 = G4MathT1Jes23001Q25
    1. 204
    2. 314
    3. 214
    4. 224
  26. In a certain shop, yoghurt was selling at 50 shillings and bread at 30 shillings. Aticno bought two yoghurt and one bread. How much money did she spend?
    1. 80 shillings
    2. 130 shillings
    3. 110 shillings
    4. 160 shillings
  27. Find the estimated answer by rounding off each number to the nearest 10.
    46 x 12 = ___________
    1. 400
    2. 552
    3. 500
    4. 450
  28. Find the missing number in the box below.
    35 + G4MathT1Jes23001Q25 = 40
    1. 5
    2. 10
    3. 15
    4. 20
  29. Write the following number in words.
    6 5 1
  30. Fill in the gaps correctly.
    6 7 8 = ________hundreds ________tens ________ ones 


  1. B
  2. A
  3. C
  4. B
  5. A
  6. 71, 73, 75, 77, 79
  7. D
  8. B
  9. C
  10. B
  11. B
  12. 5273
  13. D
  14. C
  15. 579
  16. A
  17. B
  18. B
  19. D
  20. B
  21. 2 O'clock
  22. Correct pattern
  23. B
  24. 5 X 3 = 15
  25. C
  26. B
  27. C
  28. A
  29. Six hundred and fifty one
  30. hundred tens ones


Use the map of MARA AREA above and use it to answer questions 1-7:-

  1. Mara area slopes from ________________________.
    1. North East to South West
    2. South West to North East
    3. South East to North West
    4. North west to south East
  2. What is the length of the tarmac road from the bridge to the south east of the map?
    1. 10 kilometres
    2. 12 kilometres
    3. 7 kilometres
    4. 9 kilometres
  3. Which one of the following is not an economic activity visible in Mara area?
    1. Tourism
    2. Fishing
    3. Lumbering
    4. Farming
  4. Business people from Mara town obtain trading licences from
    1.  D.C
    2. The Chief
    3. Town Council office
    4. Church
  5. The main settlement pattem which can be observed from Mara area is ______________________
    1. Linear
    2. Clustered
    3. Evenly distributed population
    4. Market settlement
  6. Which of these is likely to be at the highest attitude?
    1. Sawmill
    2. Borehole
    3. Mwendia market
    4. L. Ngurumo
  7. A thief was acaught breaking into a shop in Mara town. Where was the offence reported by civilians?
    1. District Commissioner's Office
    2. Town Council's office
    3. Police Station
    4. Chief
  8. Below are groups of African communities. Which formed the resistance?
    1. Wamatumbi, Ngoni, Maasai
    2. Ngindo, Lozi, Mandinka
    3. Wamatumbi, Mandinka, Nandi
    4. Bena, Wamatumbi, Wanga
  9. Which of the following items of export is correctly matched with the country of origin?
    1. Groundnuts - Burundi
    2. Cocoa - Nigeria
    3. Copper - Kenya
    4. Petroleum - Nigeria
  10. The European country which invaded Ethiopia but were defeated by Haile Selassie was __________________
    1. France
    2. Britain
    3. Italy
    4. Portugal
  11. Which of the following is not a measure put in place by the government of Kenya to conserve wildlife?
    1. Prohibiting all human activities in the game parks
    2. Establishing sanctuaries for endangered animals
    3. Erecting electric fences around parks
    4. Establishing anti-poaching units
  12. The main effect of cattle rustling in Kenya is ______________________.
    1. Loss of livestock
    2. Displacement of communities
    3. Lack of peace among communities involved
    4. Loss of prestige
  13. The role of the colonial African chiefs was mainly to
    1. Maintain law & order
    2. Collecting of hut taxes
    3. Maintenance of roads
    4. Arrest and judge law breakers
  14. All the following towns are likely to receive the below kind of rain except
    1. Kisumu
    2. Malindi
    3. Mombasa
    4. Nyeri
  15. The above takes place at _________________________.
    1. Night
    2. Daytime
    3. Midnight
    4. End of season
  16. It is true to say that _______________________ about the diagram above. 
    1. It has a cooling effect on the sea 
    2. It causes mist & fog
    3. It has a cooling effect on the land
    4. It shows convectional rainfall
  17. Coffee in Ethiopia is mainly grown in ________________________ and _______________________ provinces.
    1. Kaffar and Hola
    2. Harar and Asmara
    3. South and Eastern
    4. Kaffar and Harar
  18. The remains of the Homo Habilis (Zinjanthropus) were discovered in Tanzania at _______________________
    1. Isimilia
    2. Engaruka
    3. Olduvai Gorge
    4. Nsongezi
  19. Which one of the following is not a cause of slow population growth?
    1. Drought and famine
    2. Presence of epidermics
    3. Natural calamities
    4. Sufficient food production
  20. The human remains that are excavated are known as
    1. Diatoms
    2. Fossils
    3. Archaeology
    4. Evolution
  21. Which one of the following is not a function of the DEB?
    1. Employment of teachers
    2. Accounting of education funds in district
    3. Development of Education in the district
    4. Starting of new schools in the district
  22. Which one of the following is the main reason why Mwea Tebere irrigation scheme was established?
    1. To settle the landless
    2. To increase rice production
    3. To promote cash crop farming
    4. To settle the people who served in 2nd world war
  23. Which of the following is the correct order in the processing of Soda Ash?
    1. Dredging - washing - grounding
    2. Washing - drying  - dredging
    3. Pumping - drying - heating
    4. Dredging - heating - washing
  24. Which one of the following is an economic use of the soil?
    1. Decorating the body
    2. Preparing traditional traps
    3. Making of ceramics
    4. Administering oaths
  25. The main problem facing wildlife in Kenya is _______________________
    1. Prolonged drought
    2. Illegal hunting (poaching)
    3. Human-wildlife conflicts
    4. Over population
  26. A factory which imports parts and uses them to make vehicles is an example of __________________________
    1. An assembling industry
    2. A service industry
    3. A manufacturing industry
    4. A processing industry
  27. The main factor that determines the location of a bakery is _______________________________
    1. Availability of land
    2. Availability of workers
    3. Availability of raw materials
    4. Availability of adequate market
  28. The fishing method shown in the diagram below is
    1. Basket fishing
    2. Trawling 
    3. Purse-seining
    4. Drifting
  29. The headquarters of the economic community of West African States (ECOWAS) are found in __________________
    1. Accra - Ghana
    2. Abuja - Nigeria
    3. Monorovia - Liberia
    4. Lagos - Nigeria
    1. It is mined on the floor of the Rift valley
    2. It is mined through quarrying
    3. It is used in strengthening steel and aluminium
      The mineral described above is ____________________________________
      1. Diatomite
      2. Soda Ash
      3. Fluorspar
      4. Graphite

Use the map below to answer questions 31 and 32


  1. The lake marked W was formed as a result of
    1. Erosion
    2. Earth movement
    3. Human activities
    4. Deposition
  2. The plateau surface marked X is _______________________
    1. Fouta Djallon
    2. Nyika
    3. Jos plateau
    4. Bie plateau
  3. The main activity carried out in the Savannah region of Africa is ________________________
    1. Cash crop farming
    2. Settlement
    3. Pastoralism
    4. Irrigation
  4. Which one of the following items of export is correctly matched with the country of origin?
    1. Cocoa - Nigeria
    2. Copper - Kenya
    3. Petroleum - Nigeria
    4. Groundnuts -  Burundi
  5. The main reason for transporting petrol by pipeline in  Kenya is _____________________.
    1. Reduce destruction of roads by tankers
    2. Protect petrol from catching fire
    3. Reduce loss of petrol through theft
    4. Create more employment opportunities
  6. The horticultural exports from Kenya are transported to overseas markets by _________________________.
    1. Railway
    2. Road
    3. Water
    4. Air
  7. Through which of the following organization would a dairy farmer in Kenya sell his milk?
    1. Kenya Co-operative Creameries
    2. Kenya National & Trading Co-operation
    3. Kenya Planters Co-operative Union
    4. National Cereals and Produce Board
  8. The main reason why Kenya trade with other countries is to ____________________.
    1. Promote friendly relations
    2. To earn foreign exchange
    3. To promote cultural exchange
    4. To obtain machinery

Use the map below to answer questions 39 and 40:


  1. The irrigation scheme marked 1 found in River Nyando is called __________________
    1. Bunyala 
    2. Perkerra
    3. Ahero
    4. Bura
  2. The National park marked Q in the map is called 
    1. Sibiloi
    2. Boni
    3. Marsabit
    4. Meru
  3. The following are characteristics of the town labelled A on the map.
    1. Developed many years ago as result of trade between local people and foreigners
    2. Has many functions
    3. It is eastern Africa's main port
      The town described above is _________________
      1. Lamu
      2. Mombasa 
      3. Malindi
      4. Kilifi
  4. Cable transport in Kenya is mainly used in transport of
    1. Oil and water
    2. Tourists
    3. Electricity
    4. Goods
  5. Which of the following is the best solution to the HIV/ AIDS problem in Africa?
    1. Providing cheap medicine to HIV/AIDS patients
    2. Adopting good moral behaviour
    3. Establishing NGOs to care for patients
    4. Establishing patient homes
  6. The multi-purpose river project located at the border of Zambia and Zimbambwe is _______________________
    1. Kariba Dam project
    2. Volta River project
    3. Aswan High Dam project
    4. River Tana project
  7. The type of erosion caused by raindrops falling on bare soil and scattering the soil is known as _________________________
    1. Rill erosion
    2. Sheet erosion
    3. Splash erosion
    4. Gulley erosion
  8. The main reason why we conserve forests in Kenya is
    1. To provide scenic beauty
    2. To preserve water catchment areas
    3. To provide forest products
    4. Home for wildlife
  9. What is the time in Accra longitude 0° when the time in Murang'a on longitude 35°E is 2 p.m.?
    1. 11:40 a.m.
    2. 8:45 a.m.
    3. 2:00 p.m.
    4. 4:20 p.m.
  10. The most Westerly part of Africa is _________________________
    1. Cape Verde
    2. Cape Blanc
    3. Cape Alguhas
    4. Cape Guadafui
  11. Who among the following leaders was appointed the first chairman of the African union (AU)
    1. Mwai Kibaki (Kenya)
    2. Thabo Mbeki (South Africa)
    3. Muammar Gaddafi (Libya)
    4. Paul-Kagame (Rwanda)
  12. The people of Ghana won their independence from the British mainly through ____________________
    1. Peaceful negotiation
    2. Armed struggle
    3. Foreign assistance
    4. Trade union activities
  13. Which one of the following does not undermine law and order?
    1. Promoting corruption
    2. Nepotism
    3. Patriotism
    4. Smuggling
  14. In Kenya people exercise their democratic right by ___________________________
    1. Walking freely
    2. Getting free education
    3. Voting during general elections
    4. Attending community barazas
  15. The main responsibility of the police is ________________________
    1. To arrest people
    2. To maintain law and order
    3. To guard people's property
    4. To control traffic
  16. The Members of Parliament in the republic of Kenya are sworn in by the
    1. Chief Justice
    2. Chairman of Electoral Commission
    3. Speaker of National Assembly
    4. Attorney General
  17. The judiciary in Kenya is responsible for __________________________
    1. Making laws
    2. Supervising elections
    3. Maintaining law and order
    4. Interpreting the law
  18. Which one of the following is not a symbol of national unity?
    1. Constitution
    2. The National flag
    3. National Anthem
    4. The Presidency
  19. The traditional parliament of Swaziland is known as _________________________
    1. Ligogo
    2. Libandla
    3. Tinkhudla
    4. National Assembly
  20. Which one of the following is not a philosophy in Kenya?
    1. Harambee
    2. African socialism
    3. Nyayoism
    4. Liberation
  21. Which one of the following least explains why corruption 66. Which is the seventh commandment? should be wiped out in Kenya?
    1. To promote peace
    2. To promote National Unity
    3. To promote economic development
    4. To promote individual talent
  22. During which of the following occasions did Kenyatta become the first President of Kenya?
    1. Jamhuri day
    2. Madaraka day
    3. Kenyatta day
    4. When KADU joined KANU



  1. Which one of the following is not a side effect of drugs on the human body?
    1. Miscarriages of the unborn babies
    2. Death as a result of overdose
    3. Proper body growth
    4. Diseases like lung cancer, bronchitis
  2. The wife of prophet Hosea who was a prostitute was called _________________________
    1. Miriam
    2. Deborah
    3. Gomer
    4. Rebecca
  3. Talent is the ability that one is born with to do something very well. Which one of the following is not a talent?
    1. Singing and listening to songs
    2. Playing football
    3. Participating in debate
    4. Bullying other learners
  4. Who among the following played the harp to keep off an evil spirit from King Saul?
    1. Moses
    2. David
    3. Joshua
    4. Samuel
  5. According to the sermon on the mountain, we learn that  "Happy are those who mourn" because
    1. God will comfort them
    2. God will be merciful to them
    3. They will see God
    4. God will call them His children
  6. Which is  the seventh commandment?
    1. Do not steal
    2. Do not commit adultery
    3. Do not kill
    4. Do not tell lies
  7. Sexual misuse where à person engages in commercial sex in order to gain money is referred to as _____________________
    1. Homosexuality
    2. Incest
    3. Bestiality
    4. Prostitution
  8. King David committed adultery with the wife of Uriah. bWhat was her name?
    1. Leah
    2. Mary
    3. Bathsheba
    4. Tamar
  9. In James 2:14-18, we learn about showing our faiththrough our
    1. Efforts
    2. Actions
    3. Prayers
    4. Fasting
  10. Strong feelings like fear, joy and love are grouped as
    1. Emotional growth
    2. Spiritual growth
    3. Physical growth
    4. Mental growth
  11. The word 'eternal' means ___________________
    1. Everlasting fire
    2. No more
    3. Anytime
    4. Forever
  12. We should conserve our local environment. Which one of the following is not misuses of natural resources
    1. Deforestation
    2. Pollution
    3. Afforestation
    4. Mining
  13. Our bodies are the temples of God. As Christians the best way to take care of our bodies is _______________________
    1. By doing a lot of physical exercise
    2. By taking proper balanced diet
    3. By avoiding immoral activities
    4. By resting during leisure time
  14. According to the creation story (Gen. 1:3-31) God |  created ________________________ on the fourth day.
    1. Heavenly bodies such as sun, moon and stars
    2. Separated light from darkness
    3. All types of plants
    4. All creatures that live in water
  15. In the traditional African society, the living remember the dead through the following activities except
    1. Giving them offerings
    2. Pouring them libations
    3. Offering sacrifices to them
    4. Rebuking the dead
  16. One of the following people accepted the responsibility of building the walls of Jerusalem. Who is he?
    1. Nehemiah
    2. Tobiah
    3. Sanballat
    4. Judas
  17. Christians should not fear death because
    1. Majority of people have died
    2. Everybody must die
    3. They will eat good things after death
    4. They will go to Heaven
  18. In the African society, when a person died they believed he/she ___________________________
    1. Went to Heaven
    2. Was lost completely
    3. Joined the spirit world
    4. Went to hell
  19. The first king of Israel was called ___________________________
    1. David
    2. Solomon
    3. Saul
    4. Moses
  20. When disappointed, we can try to overcome these strong emotions by ____________________________
    1. Crying about them
    2. Praying to God
    3. Revenging
    4. Ignoring them
  21. HIV/AIDS is spread in the following ways except
    1. Abstain from sex intercourse
    2. Blood transfusion
    3. Sharing sharp objects
    4. Contact with open wounds
  22. The fundamental truth of Christian faith is found in
    1. Bible
    2. Apostle's Creed
    3. Lord's prayer
    4. Baptism
  23. Three of the following are values required during the Holy Communion (breaking of the bread) except _______________________
    1. Generosity
    2. Humility
    3. Sorrow
    4. Gladness
  24. Who among the following were crucified with Jesus?
    1. Two thieves
    2. Tax collectors
    3. John and James
    4. Stephen and Peter
  25. Who was the best friend of David who helped him in time of need and showed openness in friendship?
    1. Samuel
    2. Jonathan
    3. John
    4. Zechariah
  26. Sign languages and braille are used by people who are
    1. Physically handicapped
    2. Orphans
    3. Internally displaced people
    4. Hearing impaired and blind 
  27. The Passover was the ________________________ meal the Israelites ate in Egypt.
    1. First
    2. Last
    3. Favourable
    4. Everlasting
  28. Free time means _________________________
    1. Leisure time
    2. Vacation time
    3. Holiday
    4. Working time
  29. The main reason we share work at home is to ____________________________
    1. Earn more money
    2. Avoid punishment
    3. Help others
    4. Please our parents
  30. The Good Samaritan helped the injured man who was coming from ____________________________
    1. Jerusalem to Jericho
    2. Jericho to Damascus
    3. Damascus to Nineveh
    4. Jericho to Jerusalem


  1. Imn which surah is the verse, "verity, you shall see the fire of Hell" surah 
    1.  Al-Qaariyah
    2. Al-Zilzala
    3. Buyyainna
    4. At-Tajathur
  2. How many verses are in suratul Al-zilzala
    1. Nine
    2. Six
    3. Eight
    4. Five
  3. Which one is not a teaching from Suratul Al-Alaq
    1. We should put the name of Allah in everything
    2. There is peace over night
    3. Allah is the ony creator
    4. He always waits four us to respect before punishing
  4. Which one is not a meaning of Al-inshirah ?
    1. power
    2. Expansion
    3. Solace
    4. Confort
  5. Which surah warns us not to be harsh and rough to those who came beg? Suratul
    1. Ad-Dhuha
    2. Al-Inshirah
    3. Al-Qadan
    4. Al-Alaq
  6. According to the prophet hadith, Which one is not a sign of hypocrite?
    1. Talking lies
    2. Taking ribaa
    3. Breaking promises
    4. Betraying trust
  7. The hadith, "Those dearest to Allah(SW) are the one who treat their children kindly" is on
    1. Kindness to creature
    2. patience to creatures
    3. kindness to young children
    4. Honest to the older
  8. Which one is not true about a generous man in the prophet hadith? He is
    1. near Allah(SW)
    2. near paradise
    3. near hell 
    4. far from hell
  9. In the hadith on rogheouness, virture is ________________________
    1. sin
    2. shukr
    3. corruption
    4. good conduct
  10. How many types of people should be given zakat ?
    1. Ten
    2. Seven
    3. Six
    4. Eight
  11. Which one can not nullify your Salat?
    1. Covering our Aura
    2. Turn away from Qibla
    3. Eating or drinking
    4. Making unecessary movements
  12. One of the following can not nulify yur saum. Which one?
    1. Heidh and Nifas
    2. Converting to Islam
    3. Fainting
    4. Becoming insane
  13. Which one is recited after the secong takbirah in Salatul Janaza ?
    1. Gua for all muslim
    2. Prayer for the prophet (SAW)
    3. Adua for the deed
    4. Recitation of suratu! fatiha
  14. "Oh All! him/her forgiveness and Mercy." This due is said for the
    1. sick
    2. mutadhar
    3. dead
    4. new born baby
  15. Which is the main reason for Muslim men not to wear gold
    1. gold colour is ment for wemen
    2. lu is very expensive for men to afford
    3. To preserve the dignity of a man
    4. to show off
  16. The attribute of Allah (SW) that means Al-Khadiq 
    1. the inveter
    2. the merciful
    3. the power
    4. The creator
  17. Which one is not an impotance of the pillars of iman (faith)?
    1. They enable us to build faith in Allah(SW)
    2. They enable us to live a pious life
    3. They enable us to appreciate blessing from Allah
    4. They enable us to count the bounties of Allah
  18. The religious pillar that has only one pillar is _________________
    1. ihsan
    2. Salat
    3. iman
    4. islam
  19. Which prophet is not matched with the place where he reeived revelation?
    1. Nabi Issa - Egypt
    2. Nabi Musa-Egypt
    3. Nabi Ibrahim- Jerusalem
    4. Nabi Mohammad - Saudi Arabia
  20. Allah(Sw) swears by three of the following things except
    1. Makkah
    2. Mount Arafah
    3. Mount Sinai
    4. The Olive tree
  21. Before performing any rite of hajj, a pilgrim must
    1. Take ghusul
    2. Perforn Saayi
    3. Put on Ihram
    4. Perform Tagseer
  22. The believe in Allah (SW) is best explained in the
    1. Fardh prayer
    2. Sunnah prayer
    3. Prophetic hadith
    4. Kalimah
  23. Which statement is not true about prophets
    1. They worked to their own living only
    2. They served Allah(SW) under all conditions
    3. They all preched abut the oneness of Allah
    4. The were free from sins
  24. HIV/AIDS can be transmitted through the following ways except
    1. Sexual intercourse
    2. Sharing toilets
    3. Blood transfusion child
    4. Infected mother to child
  25. The following can lead one to take antixicants except
    1. idlenes
    2. frustration
    3. peer pressure
    4. disobedience
  26. In which year was the treaty of Hudaibiyyah signed ?
    1. 10th AH
    2. 8th AH
    3. 7th AH
    4. 6th AH
  27. How old was Nabii Issa when he started preaching?
    1. 60 years
    2. 40years
    3. 30 years
    4. 12 years
  28. Prophet Musa (AS) was known as Kalimullah meaning
    1. The one who spoke to Allah (SW)
    2. The friends ro Allahg(SW)
    3. The love of Allah
    4. The one saved by Allah(SW)
  29. Hiding goods in order to sell them later and get more profit is
    1. riba
    2. Usury
    3. hoarding
    4. ghush
  30. How many idols were destroyed in the Kaabanwhen makkah was conquered?
    1. 350
    2. 360
    3. 300
    4. 100


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


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


  1. The carbon dioxide carried during blood circulation is removed from the blood stream in the _______________________
    1. Aorta
    2. Left auricle
    3. Lungs
    4. Rightauricle
  2. Which of the following units cannot be used for measuring the mass of an object?
    1. Newtons
    2. Gram
    3. Kilogram
    4. Tonne
  3. The collecting bottle in simple raingauge is placed 30cm above the ground level to _________________________
    1. Obstruct the wind
    2. Make it easily visible
    3. Collect as much rainwater as possible
    4. Prevent the water on the ground from splashing into the funnel.
  4. The extent to which a type of soil tells smooth or rough is called __________________________
    1. Soil capillarity
    2. Soil texture
    3. Drainage
    4. Water retention
  5. Many farmers keep bees in their orchards because bees __________________________
    1. Make the fruits sweet by injecting honey
    2. Help in cross-pollination
    3. Kill harmful insects
    4. Drive away thieves who come to steal the fruits
  6. During birth aring of muscle called the _________________________ relaxes
    1. Vagina
    2. Oviduct
    3. Cervix
    4. Ureter
  7. Which of the following disease is not an S.T.I?
    1. Meningitis
    2. Genital herpes
    3. Chancroid
    4. Gonorrhoea
  8. A Std 5 pupil while walking in a nearby swampy area saw roots that were above the ground. What is the name of the roots the pupil saw?
    1. Hair roots
    2. Prop roots
    3. Aerial roots
    4. Fibrous roots
  9. A peer group is a ___________________________
    1. Group of pupils in the same class
    2. Group of people playing together
    3. Group of people of the same age
    4. Group of people with the same interest
  10. Which is the correct order of the blood passing through the heart
    1. Aorta → Pulmonary vein → Venacava → Pulmonary Artery
    2. Aorta → Venacava → Pulmonary artery → Pulmonary vein
    3. Venacava → Pulmonary vein → Aort → Pulmonary artery
    4. Venacava → Pulmonary artery → Pulmonary vein → Aorta
  11. The following diagram represents an air thermometer. What is likely to happen on a hot day?
    1. Liquid water in the straw rises
    2. Liquid water in the straw drops
    3. Liquid water in the beaker drops
    4. No changes occurs
  12. Std 7 pupil in Chegul Primary School studied the feeding relationship in the following: pawpaw flower, eagle, butterfly, chameleon. Which of the following shows the correct food chain?
    1. Nectar → Butterfly → Eagle→ Chameleon
    2. Nectar → Eagle → Butterfly → Chameleon
    3. Nectar → Butterfly → Chameleon → Eagle
    4. Nectar → Chameleon → Butterfly → Eagle
  13. A fish is able to float in water because ______________________
    1. It has a streamlined body
    2. It has fins
    3. It has a swim bladder
    4. Presence of scales
  14.  Gabions are also called ______________________
    1. Porous dams
    2. Impervious dams
    3. Champions
    4. Porous rocks
  15. Three of the body parts listed below are related. Which is the odd one out?
    1. Sweat glands
    2. Dermis
    3. Epidermis
    4. Ureter
  16. Kamau has a swollen cheek. He feels much pain everytime he rinses his mouth with cold water or warm water. What teeth disease does Kamau have?
    1. Gingivitis
    2. Cavities
    3. Dental carries
    4. Bleeding gums
  17. Which one of the following is not true about the external parasites?
    1. They cause skin irritation to the animal
    2. They are found within the body of the animal
    3. They may cause anaemia to the animal 
    4. They are found outside the animals body
  18. Std 7 pupils took science walk to a nearby pod. One of the pupils poured a tin of oil into the water. They returned after a few days and found all the fish had died. What is the most likely reason for this?
    1. The fish had been killed by other animals 
    2. The oil contains poisonous substances
    3. Water is necessary for all living things 
    4. Oil polluted the water in the pod and reduced the amount of oxygen in the water
  19. In which category does a maize plant belong?
    1. Mesophytes
    2. Grass plants
    3. Xerophytes
    4. Hydrophytes
  20. Which one of the following methods of preserving food is both a traditional and modern method?
    1. Drying
    2. Salting
    3. Canning
    4. Smoking
  21. Which substance is found in tobacco that makes it addictive to the user?
    1. Carbon monoxide
    2. Tar
    3. Nicotine
    4. Carbon dioxide
  22. The diagram below shows a balloon that was tied to a bottle and then dipped in a container with hot water
    Which of the following is not true about the above?
    1. Air occupies space
    2. Matter expands on heating
    3. Hot air rises
    4. Air has weight
  23. Which one of the following substances would work best  to reduce friction in door hinges?
    1. Water
    2. Grease
    3. Paraffin
    4. Milky water
  24. Changing gas to solid is referred as __________________________
    1. Solidifying
    2. Sublimation
    3. Liquefying
    4. Condensation

Study the diagram below and answer question 25:-


  1. What type of pollination is demonstrated by the diagram above
    1. Cross pollination
    2. Self pollination
    3. Insect pollination
    4. Wind pollination
  2. We say liquids are miscible when they _________________________
    1. Do not mix
    2. Mix for sometime
    3. Mix completely
    4. Mix partially
  3. Which one of the following is a magnetic material?
    1. Iron
    2. Aluminium
    3. Copper
    4. Zinc
  4. Which part of the plant is usually affected by spots and streaks?
    1. Root
    2. Stem
    3. Leaf
    4. Flower
  5. Which is the most effective way of preventing S.T.I?
    1. Use of condoms
    2. Abstinence
    3. Mutual monogamy
    4. Talking to your partner
  6. Which two letters in the diagram below stands for the major blood vessels?
    1. B and D
    2. Cand D
    3. A and C
    4. A and D
  7. The use of the earth wire is to ________________________
    1. Carry excess electricity to the ground
    2. Resist large electric currents
    3. Help in lighting houses which do not have wires
    4. Prevent lighting from striking houses
  8. Which of the following shows the inner planets
    1. Mercury, Mars, Earth
    2. Saturn, Neptune, Pluto 
    3. Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus
    4. Mercury, Mars, Pluto
  9. The following are plant nutrients which one is a micro-nutrient.
    1. Calcium
    2. Iron
    3. Potassium
    4. Nitrogen

Use the diagram below to answer question 34.


  1. Which component of soil is being tested above?
    1. Soil has air
    2. Soil contains water
    3. Soil can burn
    4. Soil contains organic matter
  2. The difference between the planet Venus and other planets is that _________________________
    1. It rotates clockwise
    2. It rotates anticlockwise
    3. It is the biggest planet
    4. It is the smallest planet
  3. Which one of the following groups of weather instruments works on the principle that matter expands on heating and contracts on heating?
    1. Barometer and windvane
    2. Thermometer and raingauge
    3. Thermometer and hygrometer
    4. Thermometer and windsock
  4. Which one of the following is not a form of ear protection?
    1. Earphones
    2. Ear defenders
    3. Earplugs
    4. Earmusts
  5. Mr. Mwangi saw a child basking in the sun. Which disease is the child least likely to suffer from?
    1. Marasmus
    2. Beriberi
    3. Scurvy
    4. Rickets

Use the diagram below to answer question 39:-


  1. The name of the gas represented by the sector with 0.03% is _______________________
    1. Nitrogen
    2. Oxygen
    3. Carbondioxide
    4. Inert gases
  2. Which one of the following is a useful non-green plant?
    1. Athletes foot
    2. Dandruff
    3. Ringworm
    4. Yeast
  3. The bush near Mahua primary is inhibited by locusts, snakes and lizards. Which food chain shows the correct feeding relationship among the animals?
    1. Leaves → Locusts → Lizards → Snakes
    2. Snakes → Lizards → Locust → Leaves
    3. Leaves → Locust → Snakes → Lizard
    4. Snakes → Locust → Lizards → Leaves
  4. Which blood component is wrongly matched with its function?
    1. Plasma-Carries water product from the body to the excretory organs
    2. Red cells-Carry carbon dioxide from the rest of the body to the lungs
    3. White cells-Protect the body against disease causing germs
    4. Platelets-Help in the clotting of blood
  5. Which of the following mixtures can be separated using a magnet?
    1. Sand and maize
    2. Milk and water
    3. Water and paraffin
    4. Sand and iron powder
  6. Which weed is used as a vegetable by many communities in Kenya?
    1. Oxalis
    2. Wandering jew
    3. Pigweed
    4. Mexican marigold
  7. Group of stars makes some patterns on the sky. These patterns are called ________________________
    1. Astronomers
    2. Constellation
    3. Meteors
    4. Shooting stars
  8. In the following set up different soils were put in funnels and placed on 3 bottles of the same size.
    Which soil had the best drainage or released the most water in the shortest time when equal amount of water is added in each soil..
    1. B
    2. C
    3. D
    4. None
  9. When we shake some soil in a bottle of water and then allow it to settle, which of the following will form the topmost layer?
    1. Water
    2. Fine soil
    3. Organic matter
    4. Inorganic matter
  10. Which of the following would make the best mirror?
    1. Transparent material
    2. An opaque shiny smooth surface
    3. Opaque rough surface
    4. A transparent rough surface
  11. Which statement best explains why insects can walk on water?
    1. They are light in weight
    2. Water is heavier than insects
    3. Surface tension of the water prevents it from sinking
    4. Insects can swim in water
  12. Which of the following pairs of processes is as a result of increase in temperature?
    1. Melting and freezing
    2. Condensation and freezing
    3. Melting and evaporation
    4. Condensation and evaporation


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

Jaza nafasi zilizoachwa wazi kuanzia 1 - 15 kukamilisha vifungu vifuatavyo:-

Nina uhakika __1__ mwendo wa usiku wa manane hivi. Mlio wa __2__ yangu ndio ulionigutusha. Niliinua __3__. Lo! Ilikuwa ni sauti ya Mluna wangu aliyekuwa akizimbua __4__ huko ughaibuni. Baada ya maamkizi, alitaka, bila kupoteza mwia, ni atumie maelezo fulani kwa njia ya faksi. Nami kwa kuwa sikuwa na huduma hiyo ya __5__, nilimweleza ningetuma kwa __6__ "Haidhuru." alisema. Kutokana na ukosefu wa __7__ simu ilikatika. Hata hivyo, ujumbe ulikuwa umewasilishwa. Bila kupoteza wakati, nilichukua __8__ na
kuanza kuandika maelezo yale. Kwa ndege nzuri, tarakilishi hiyo ilikuwa imeunganishwa na __9__. Papo hapo nikamtumia ujumbe.

   A   B   C   D 
 1.   ilikuwa   ulikuwa   nilikuwa   mlikuwa 
 2.  rununu   satalaiti  nukulishi   redio
 3.  kuichuna   kupiga  kuibonyeza   kujibu
 4.  unga  maisha  mali  riziki
 5.  kipepesi  satalaiti  arafa  barua meme
 6.  nukulishi  huduma za mhadalishi   runinga  redio
 7.  utandawazi   njia ya mhadili  njia ya mhadihi   barua pepe
 8.  runinga  jokofu  tarakilishi  panka
 9.  wavuti  kidaka  waraka  simu

Kukutana __10__ naye kulikuwa kwa sadfa. Nilikuwa __11__ kondeni __12__. __13__. Mara nikamwona kijana Skambe __14__
barasteni. Hali yake ilisikitisha kutokana na __15__ ulevi haramu

   A   B    C   D  
 10.  kwetu   kwangu   kwao   kwenu 
 11.   ninaelekea   naelekea   nikielekea   kuelekea 
 12.  kunadi   kupalilia   kuinjika   kuabudu 
 13.  Kulikuwa kukinyesha   Mvua ulikuwa ukinyesha   Kulikua kukinyesha   Mvua ilikuwa ikinyesha 
 14.  akipepesuka  akihohosa   akiweweruka   akikweta 
 15.  kunywa   kulewa   kushiriki   kutopea 

Kutoka swali la 16 mpaka 30, jibu kila swali kulingana na maagizo yake:-

  1. Nyambua kitenzi kilichopigwa mstari katika kauli ya kufanyiwa. KUFA
    1. Hapo ndipo alipofiliwa
    2. Hapo ndipo alipofia
    3. Hapo ndipo alipokufiwa
    4. Hapo ndipo alipofiwa
  2. Tambulisha nomino tadunisha na nomino kuza ya neno kiti ni
    1. Kijiti - Jiti
    2. Kikiti - Jikiti
    3. Kijikiti - Jikiti
    4. Kijikikiti - kiti
  3. Chagua sentensi moja yenye maana sawa na ile uliyopewa katika sentensi iliyo hapo chini
    Ni heri nivumilie shida kuliko kuiba
    1. Ni bora niibe nikiwa na shida
    2. Afadhali nisiibe hata nikiwa na shida
    3. Nisingekuwa na njaa nisingeiba
    4. Niliiba kwa vile nilikuwa na njaa
  4. Tumia kilinganishi sahihi
    1. Anafanana na dada yangu
    2. Anakaa kama dada yangu
    3. Anafanana kama dada yangu 
    4. Analingana kama dada yangu
  5. Mbio za farasi ni _________________________
    1. kupupira
    2. kutekela
    3. kuparakasa
    4. kunyiririka
  6. Mzazi wa mke humwita mume wa binti
    1. mlamu
    2. mkaza
    3. mwana
    4. mkwerima
  7. Taja kiwakilishi katika sentensi
    Ninakipenda chakula hiki kwa sababu chenyewe ni kitamu.
    1. chakula
    2. hiki
    3. chenyewe
    4. kitamu
  8. Taja neno moja tu linalosimamia fungu zima.
    Kabaila alizivua nguo akaosha mwili.
    1. Oga
    2. Osha
    3. Nawa
    4. Pangusa
  9. Eleza tofauti baina ya sentensi katika jozi (sawia)
    1. Mvua ilinyesha ndogo ndogo
    2. Mvua ilinyesha kidogo kidogo
      1. Mvua haikunyesha kwa wingi.
        Mvua ilikuwa kiasi kidogo.
      2. Mvua ilikuwa kiasi kidogo.
        Mvua ilikuwa matone madogo madogo 
      3. Mvua ilikuwa kiasi kidogo kidogo.
        Mvua ilikuwa chache
      4. Mvua ilikuwa matone madogo madogo.
        Mvua ilikuwa kiasi kidogo kidogo.
  10. Andika jina la kitendo na mtenzi kutokana na KITENZI ulichopewa
    Rehemu __________________      _________________
    1. Rehemu - Rehema
    2. Rehema - Rahimu
    3. Rahimu - Rehema
    4. Rahimu - Rehemu
  11. Badilisha sentensi hii kwa wingi.
    Malkia wa kijiji ana macho ya kikon:be. 
    1. Malkia wa vijiji wana macho ya kikon:be 
    2. Malkia wa vijiji wana macho ya vikombe 
    3. Malkia wa kijiji ana jicho la vikombe 
    4. Mamalkia wa vijiji wana macho ya vikombe
  12. Kumramba mtu kisogo ni
    1. kulamba kisogo chake
    2. kumdharau
    3. kumwangalia kwa dharau
    4. kumsema vibaya asipokuwepo
  13. Badilisha sentensi ifuatayo katika wakati RUDUFU 
    Mgeni anakuja kwangu
    A. Mgeni akaja kwangu
    B. Mgeni yuaja kwangu
    C. Mgeni huja kwangu
    D. Mgeni aja kwangu
  14. Ni kikundi kipi kilicho na viarifa pekee?
    1. Angua, chomoa, zana, vizuri
    2. Vunja, sana, chora, lia
    3. Polepole, upesi upesi, mbiombio
    4. La, pa, ita, ona
  15. Kamilisha methali ifuatayo:Asiyeona nafsiye _____________________________
    1. haoni akionyeshwa
    2. hana ajifunzalo
    3. ni malaika
    4. hanong'onezewi neno

Soma taarifa ifuatayo kisha ujibu maswali 31-40:-

Ilikuwa Jumamosi. Nilifika nyumbani kwangu saa moja jioni. Tangu nistaafu miaka miwili awali sikupenda kuchelewa Taarifa ya Habari.

Mwezi mmoja ukawa umepita tangu nipewe pesa za kiinua mgongo. Mwezi mmoja mzima nilkuwa katika shughuli za kulipa karo huku. Kuwekeza kwenye mradi ule na kununua hili. Sasa shilingi laki mbili tu zilikuwa zimesalia katika benki.

Watu wengi walinishawishi nijaribu kilimo cha mahindi. Bei ilikuwa imeanza kuimarika. Katika taarifa ya habari jioni hiyo, Waziri wa Kilimo alitangaza bei mpya. Shilingi 1,500 kwa kila gunia. Nami nilikuwa naaza kuumakinikia mradi huu.

Baada ya taarifa, nilikoga, nikala na nikaenda kulala. Kwa sababu ya uchovu, usingizi ulinichukua mara moja. Usingizini niliota. Katika ndoto niliutekeleza mradi wangu. Msimu huo wa kulima nilitenga ekari kumi za shamba langu. Wataalamu walinishauri kuwa wakati mzuri wa kulima ni wa kiangazi. Mwezi wa Januari ulipoanza tu nilitafuta trekta na kulima. Malipo yalikuwa shilingi 1,200 kila ekari. Katikati ya mwezi wa Machi, nilitafuta treka la kutifua shamba tena kwa gharama ya shilingi 15,000 ekari zote kumi. Kufuatia ushauri wa manyakanga wa kilimo, nililipa shilingi elfu kumi na tatu kupiga shamba lote haro.

Mwishoni mwa mwezi huo, nilienda mjini kutafuta pembejeo. Kwanza, nililipa shilingi 20,500 kwa magunia 15 ya mbolea. Kisha nilinunua magunia manne ya mbegu ya mahindi yenye uzani wa kilo 25 kwa shilingi 3,300 kila gunia. Mwezi wa Aprili ulipotimia tu, niliamua kupanda. Ili nipate mazao bora, nilipanda kwa tandazi. Gharama ilikuwa shilingi 1,000 kila ekari. Mvua ilinyesha vizuri na baada ya siku saba, mahindi yalianza kuota. Ilifurahisha kuhesabu mistari ya kijani iliyonyooka. Hali hii iliwezekana tu baada ya kuajiri vijana wa kuwafukuza korongo na vidiri ili wasifukue mbegu mchangani.

Baada ya mwezi mmoja, hatua ya kupalilia ilifika. Nilitafuta vibarua wa kupalilia. Malipo yalikuwa shilingi 700 kila ekari. Kumbe kupalilia kulichochea mtifuko wa mahindi. Punde yakawa yananifikia magotini, Hii ikawa ishara kuwa yanahitaji kumwagiwa mbolea ya kunawirisha iitwayo 'amonia'. Gharama yake ikawa shilingi 1,300 kila gunia. Hivyo, nikalipa shilingi 19,500 kwa magunia kumi na matano.

Mahindi yalibadilika kimiujiza. Ghafla tu yalirefuka na kunenepa mashina. Yalibadilika rangi yakapiga weusi. Shamba liligeuka likawa kama msitu wa rangi ya kijani iliyokolea. Wapita njia walistajabia mimea na juhudi zangu. Shamba langu sasa likawa kielelezo. Maafisa wa kilimo wakawa kila siku wanawaleta wakulima wengine kujifunza siri ya ufanisi wangu. Hapo nikaanza kuhesabu mavuno nitakayopata na kukadiria faida. Nilipuuza kabisa ushauri wa wahenga kuwa 'Usikate majani, mnyama hajauawa.

Bila taarifa wala tahadhari mvua ilitoweka. Hayakupita majuma mawili mahindi yakaanza kubadilika. Juma moja baadaye mahindi yalinyauka. Badala ya mahindi, shamba likageuka la vitunguu vilivyochomwa na jua. Makisio yangu ya faida yaliyeyuka jinsi ufanyavyo moshi.

Lakini 'Muumba ndiye Muumbua.' Siku moja mawingu yalitanda na mvua ikanyesha. Muda si muda mahindi yalianza kunawiri. Kumbe tukio lililonivunja moyo lilikuwa laja. Siku moja mvua kubwa ilinyesha. Asubuhi nilipotoka nje nilipigwa na butwaa. Barafu ilitapakaa pote. Shamba lilikuwa limetapakaa barafu huku majani ya mahindi yamechanika kama nyuzi. Niliugua. Baada ya wiki moja, nilipata nafuu. Nilipotazama upande wa shamba niliona dalili za majani mapya ya mahindi yakianza kuchomoza. Maumbile ni kitu cha ajabu kweli.

Muda si mrefu mahindi yalirudia hali yake tena, kisha yakakomaa. Harakati za kutafuta watu wa kuyakata na kuyakusanya zilianza. Gharama ya shughuli hii ikawa shilingi 5,000. Kuvuna, kusafirisha kutoka shamba na kukoboa kwa mashine magunia 200 yakachukua shilingi 20,500. Kufikia hapo nilikuwa nimetumia takribani shilingi 192,700. Gharama nyingine zilikuwa za usafiri, gharama ya dharura na usimamizi, usumbufu wangu binafsi, gharama ya magunia na kadhalika. Mahindi yalipokuwa tayari kwenye magunia, nilifunga safari kwenda mjini kutafuta soko.. Niliposhuka tu niliona gazeti. Habari motomoto siku hiyo ilikuwa: 'MAHINDI GUNIA 900/= Niligutuka usingizini

  1. Andika kichwa mwafaka kwa kifungu hiki
    1. Mahindi gunia
    2. Mashaka ya kilimo cha gunia
    3. Kiinua mgongo
    4. Usingizi
  2. Msimulizi alikuwa na kiasi gani cha fulusi baada ya mradi kukamilika?
    1. Elfu mbili tu
    2. Laki mbili tu
    3. Elfu saba mia tatu
    4. Laki moja mia tisa, mia saba
  3. Kwa mujibu wa kifungu hiki msimulizi alikuwa na matatizo matatu makuu katika zaraa ila
    1. tishio la korongo
    2. tishio la kiangazi
    3. mvua ya barafu
    4. gharama ndogo
  4. Kwa mujibu wa kifungu methali "Muumba ndiye muumba" imetumika. Ni methali ipi iliyo na maana sawa na hiyo?
    1. Aliyekupa wewe kiti ndiye aliyenipa kumbi 
    2. Hulka njema sawa na mali
    3. Bahati ya mwenzio usiilalie mlango wazi
    4. Baada ya dhiki faraja
  5. Pamoja na kiwango cha chini cha mavuno ni jambo lipi jingine lililosababisha msimulizi kutopata faida?
    1. Gharama ya kilimo
    2. Kushuka kwa bei
    3. Kutoweka kwa mvua
    4. Tangazo lililokuwa gazetini
  6. Eleza maana ya kiinua mgongo kama lilivyotumika katika kifungu
    1. Mshahara wa mwezi
    2. Mkopo wa kilimo.
    3. Malipo ya kustaafu
    4. Kuinuliwa mgongo juu
  7. Kwa mujibu wa aya ya tano jambo lipi ambalo lilikuwa la mwisho kutendewa na msimulizi
    1. Kuhesabu mistari ya kijani iliyonyoka 
    2. Kuenda mjini kutafuta pembejeo
    3. Kuajiri vijana kuwafukuza vidiri na korongo
    4. Kupanda kwa tandazi ili apate mazao bora
  8. Maana ya yalinyauka ni
    1. kauka
    2. kufa
    3. nawiri
    4. stawi
  9. Katika aya ya nane maoni ya msimulizi ni kuwa faida yaliyeyuka ufanyavyo moshi. Huu ni mfano wa
    1. tashbihi
    2. tashdidi
    3. istiari
    4. tanakali
  10. Kulingana na kifungu ni kweli kusema kuwa
    1. mavuno hayakuwa mema
    2. mavuno yalikuwa haba
    3. msimulizi hakutumia ngwenje nyingi
    4. msimulizi alikuwa amestaafu

Soma habari ifuatayo kisha ujibu maswali 41 - 50:-  

Ama kwa hakika, dunia uwanja wa fujo. Vituko vya ulimwengu haviishi. Huzuka kama mizuka kila kunapokucha. Maajabu yaja yakienda. Yote hayo ni mawimbi ya maisha yanayomkumba mwanadamu katika kuishi na kuisha kwake. Lo! Hayo ndiyo malimwengu ulimwenguni.

Nikikaa na kutafakari, huku nikivuta taswira ya mambo kuhusu haya na yale nywele hunisimama, moyo hunidunda, mifupa hunikengeta, nayo damu hunisisimka. Na damu isipowasha hunyeza! Lakini tufanyeje sisi waja wa Mungu ilhali tunajua na kuelewa fika kuwa mja hana hiari na liandikwalo ndilo liwalo? Tunaishi na tuishi kwa rehema na majaliwa ya Jalali. Ewe Mola tunakuhimidi!

Kisa na maana? Hebu nikukumbushe machache tu. Akali ya vituko na vitushi vya hivi karibuni. Bila shaka
nitakuwa nimekusaidia na kukufaa ushughulishe kumbukumbu zako nawe urejee nyuma kidogo. Wazee hukumbuka,
vijana hukumbushwa.

Si miaka mingi sana ulimwengu wetu ulipokumbwa na mvua za mafuriko ya Elnino. Maafa mangapi kama si misiba iliyotusibu. Baadaye tukakumbwa na uhasama wa Osama! Roho nyonge zikanyongwa. Yakaja mawimbi ya kabobo, nyinyi mnayaita Sunami! Vifo vilifisha wengi. Baada ya kidonda moyoni, msumari wa moto juu ya dondandugu. Kabla ya kupona wakazuka ndugu wawili Artur magariani na mwenzake. Nyinyi mkawaita mamluki. Shangaa. Kesho yatazuka yapi? Tahadhari iko wapi? Roho mikononi. Ndugu amkeni tulale tukiwa macho.

  1. Dunia imemithilishwa na uwanja wa fujo kwa nini?  Kwa sababu
    1. Kuna vituko vingi mno vya kushangaza
    2. Fujo hutokea duniani
    3. Watu wanafurahishwa na fujo za dunia
    4. Furaha za watu ni kufanya fujo
  2. Tunaambiwa kuwa
    1. vituko vina mwisho, vimeisha
    2. maajabu hayana mwisho, huja yakienda
    3. maajabu ni malimwengu
    4. vituko vya dunia havimtishi mwanadamu
  3. "Kuishi na kuisha" kuna mantiki gani?
    1. Kufurahia kuishi na kuisha
    2. Huwezi kuisha bila kuishi
    3. Ukiisha utaishi
    4. Watu wanakuwa hai huku wengine wakifa.
  4. Kulingana na kifungu, nini maana kuvuta taswira?
    1. Kuona picha
    2. Kupiga mambo picha
    3. Kusoma na kuelewa
    4. Kuyakumbuka matukio kwa makini
  5. Nywele husimama, moyo hudunda. Kichwa _________________ ilhali tumbo __________________
    1. huvuma, hudorota
    2. hutafuna, huzunguka
    3. huwanga, husokota
    4. huruka, huchanganya
  6. Taarifa inatuambia kwamba tunaishi
    1. kwa kudra za Mwenyezi Mungu 
    2. kwa kuwa tuna nguvu nyingi
    3. kwa kutumia ujanja
    4. ili Mungu atusaidie
  7. Baadhi ya maafa yaliyowahi kutokea ni pamoja na
    1. yote yaliyosababishwa na uzembe wetu
    2. yaliyo zaidi ya uwezo wetu kuzuia
    3. mengi ambayo tungezuia
    4. dhambi za wanadamu wenyewe
  8. Maafa yaliyosababishwa na nguvu za maji ni kama vile
    1. Elnino na uhasama
    2. Kabobo na Artur
    3. Osama na Artur
    4. Kabobo na Elnino
  9. Miongoni mwa walioaga dunia walikuwepo
    1. Mamluki
    2. Wenye hatia
    3. Wasio na hatia
    4. Waliosababisha kabobo
  10. Bila shaka taarifa hii ni
    1. Kuhusu msiba na huzuni ya maafa
    2. ya kuchekesha
    3. hadithi ya porojo tu
    4. mambo yaliyopita ambayo hayana umuhimu.


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

Read the two passages below. They contain blank spaces numbered 1-15. For each blank space, choose the best of the four answers given:-

Donkeys are used for transport. Chickens __1__ us with both meat and eggs. Whether dead or __2__ cows are __3__
than most other animals.

Cows produce milk and pull ploughs. In order to get better crops, we use their dung as manure to __4__ the quality of the soil. In some places where there is no firewood, cowdung is used as __5__. When they __6__ killed, the hides are treated to make such articles as shoes, bags and belts. Their horns, __7__ which glue is made, are sometimes used as musical instruments. Can __8__ as productive as the cow?

   A   B   C   D 
 1.   produce   provide   give   donate 
 2.  lived  a life   alive   life 
 3.  too useful    most useful   very useful   more useful 
 4.  improve   make   change   add 
 5.  heat   fire   fuel   charcoal 
 6.  will have been   will be   have been   are being 
 7.  to  by   for   from 
 8.   any other animal    there be any other animal   it be any other animal   no other animal 

My parents __9__  early ahead __10__ me. They wanted to __11__ in the wedding preparations. __12__ was cooking to be done. There was the __13__ family to be received. There were __14__ to be done. There was just __15__ much to be done before the wedding.

   A   B   C   D 
 9.   travelled   travel   traveller   travelling 
 10.   of  for   to   off 
 11.  assistance   assisted   assist   assisting 
 12.  There  Their   That   Again 
 13.  groom   man   men   groom's 
 14.  decoration   decorations   decorate   decorating 
 15.  to  too  for  of

For questions 16 to 18, choose the word that LEAST fits in the group:-

    1. Sheep
    2. Cow
    3. Hen
    4. Goat
    1. Doctor
    2. Dentist
    3. Hospital
    4. Nurse
    1. Sowing
    2. Weeding
    3. Harvesting
    4. Farming

In questions 19-20, select the alternative that best completes the sentence correctly:-

  1. My father asked me to give him __________________.
    1. some drinking clean water 
    2. some water, drinking clean
    3. cleaning drink some water
    4. some clean drinking water
  2. The drug baron drives ____________________.
    1. an American yellow car
    2. a yellow car American
    3. a car yellow American
    4. a yellow American car

For questions 21-22. choose the correct arrangement of the sentences given to make a sensible paragraph:-

    1. Also by their smell
    2. Are they ripe?
    3. Would you like some fruit?
    4. Of course, you can tell by the colour
    5. Yes, please
      1. iii, i, ii, iv, v
      2. iii, v, ii, iv, i
      3. v, iv, ii, i, iii
      4. iii, v, ii, i, iv
    1. At harvest time
    2. Ongei helps them on the shamba
    3. They grow a lot of maize on it
    4. Ongei's parents have a big shamba
      1. i, iv, iii, ii
      2. ii, iii, iv, i
      3. iv, iii, i, ii
      4. iii, i, ii, iv

In questions 23 to 25, choose the correct alternative to fill the blank space in each of the sentences:-

  1. The driver drove ___________________________
    1. recklessly
    2. reckless
    3. recklessness
    4. reckly
  2. She was badly wounded and was rushed to hospital.
    1. speedy
    2. speedly
    3. speedily
    4. speeding
  3. Would you mind fetching me some water? (If the response was positive, which answer was given?)
    1. Yes, I do
    2. Yes, I will
    3. No, I don't
    4. No, I won't

Read the passage below and answer questions 26-37:-

As he saw her to her door, he hoped this would be the day she would let him in. He wondered what she was hiding; they had been together five months and he still had not been in her house. What could be so bad that she wouldn't let him in. His imagination ran wild. May be she had a child she was hiding from him, may be it was another man, hell, may be she was running a prostitution ring from her apartment, he had run out of ideas and patience. As she turned the key, his heart beat accelerated. He had waited for this day for five months, but now he doesn't think he is ready to face what is on the other side of the door. How's that for an attempt at a suspense thriller?

It's actually no big mystery what is on the other side of the door. I'd hazard aguess that probably half of you have the same secrete behind one, if not all of your doors.

Ok, enough with the suspense, the other side of the door held a really messy house. I realised the revelation is rather disappointing. If you happen to be one of many women who can't keep a neat house, it should come as a relief to know there are lots of us.

From the time you are old enough to be advised and that is probably at five, you learn that cleanliness is next to godliness only for girls. Boys, well, boys will marry girls who will keep the house clean for them. Wondering how my earlier story ended? Well, years from now, when people ask me at what point I knew it was true love, I'll tell them it was. When I finally opened let him in to my house and he looked around, looked at me kissed me, rolled up his sleeves and helped me put away the laundry I had done three weeks earlier. If that's not true love, then I don't know what it is!

  1. What had made the writer not to welcome her friend into her house?
    1. She had another man in it
    2. She was a prostitute
    3. Her house was untidy and messy
    4. She was hiding a child
  2. Which word explains why the friend's heart accelerated when the door was being opened?
    1. Curiosity and anxiety
    2. Nostalgia
    3. Ignorance and cowardice
    4. Foolishness
  3. Which relief do women who don't keep their houses neat have?
    1. Their husbands can help them
    2. They are not alone,
    3. They won't get married
    4. Their doors won't be opened
  4. What made the writer think that her friend really loved her?
    1. He assisted with laundry work
    2. He insisted on the opening of the door.
    3. He rolled his sleeves
    4. He was remorseful
  5. At what age is one likely to begin getting advised?
    1. At least five
    2. Utmost five
    3. Exactly five
    4. Approximately five
  6. Cleanliness is next to godliness. This is known as a
    1. a simile
    2. an interjection
    3. a proverb
    4. a phrasal verb
  7. Why do boys not care so much about cleanliness? 
    1. They would be married
    2. They are not taught at five
    3. They don't fear opening their houses
    4. Boys marry girls who keep houses clean
  8. How many characters are mentioned in the story? 36. A well arranged house
    1. Two
    2. Three
    3. Four
    4. None
  9. What word would replace the word apartment as used in the story
    1. Lodging
    2. Dormitory
    3. House
    4. Cottage
  10. The writer concludes that
    1. all people have secrets behind their doors
    2. all men should assist with laundry
    3. true love endures weakness
    4. boys should not assist with laundry work
  11. A well arranged house
    1. keeps visitors off
    2. can cause one to get embarrassed
    3. makes one to feel free at all times
    4. can be a place for hiding children
  12. What would be the appropriate title for the story?
    1. Cleanliness
    2. The two friends 
    3. A dreadful experience
    4. A closed house

Read the passage below and answer questions 38-50:-

There is a saying that the family that eats together learns alot about each other. But in today's busy world, how many people actually find the time to sit down to a meal with their loved ones?

Take Debby for instance, who is so busy holding down a part time job, a business and evening classes that she has taught her three sons, aged between eight and fourteen, how to warm their own food when they feel hungry. As a result, family mealtimes are a rare thing.

It is unfortunate that there are parents who think eating out or giving children the freedom to eat anything, anywhere at an anytime is a sign of advancement. The truth is that eating together as a family exposes many hidden values, including presenting a golden opportunity to positively shape children's lives.

Studies have shown that eating together is very important for both children and their parents. Communal meals have some kind of power that fosters a positive course for a child's life.

Eating together helps build and sustain family bonds by indirectly communicating the importance of the family as a unit. This activity assures children that the family is there for them. It is also during communal meals that family traditions can be transmitted to the children. Indeed it gives each member of the family a sense of identity when everyone knows that things are done in a certain way in that particular family.

Eating together presents an opportunity to chat and be free with each other. Family members are able to share their experiences which could be challenging or exciting. Unlike family meetings, which are held after sometimes, meals provide a forum to air individual concerns on daily basis.

Although the chat at the dining table is relaxed and informal it helps children acquire appropriate communication and social skills. Children learn to take turns to express their feelings and listen.

They also learn to be mindful of others and to grow out of their inherent egocentrism as well as learn acceptable table etiquette.

At the same time parents get to understand their children better:- children brought up in families that eat together are better, able to talk to their parents even in other contexts. Younger children participate in older siblings and adult's conservation which boosts their confidence and self-esteem.

  1. Which of the following is true according to the passage?
    1. Most families get together
    2. Most parents take their families out for meals 
    3. Most parents are too busy to take meals with their families
    4. Most families eat and learn together
  2. Which of the following statements is untrue?
    1. When eating together, we share exciting experiences only
    2. Family traditions are taught at meal times 
    3. Eating together helps build and maintain family ties
    4. Eating together helps shape children's lives
  3. Children who share meals with their parents are
    1. of acceptable etiquettes
    2. selfish
    3. free to discuss others problems
    4. shy to talk about themselves
  4. The underlined words eating out can be replaced by
    1. taking meals in the field
    2. eating in schools
    3. having meals outside the house
    4. buying foods from restaurants and hotels
  5. At the table the following virtues are taught except
    1. expressing feelings
    2. egocentrism
    3. sharing
    4. listening
  6. The underlined word etiquette means
    1. good grooming
    2. care of utensils
    3. rules about behaviour
    4. respect for parents
  7. How do young children benefit from eating together with family members?
    1. Learn to warm food when hungry
    2. Learn to conceal their feelings
    3. They gain confidence and self-esteem
    4. They teach others family traditions 
  8. According to the passage giving children freedom to eat anything is
    1. a sign of illiteracy
    2. not a sign of modernisation
    3. a sign of wealth
    4. good parenting
  9. Which of the following is untrue according to the passage?
    1. Eating together has many values
    2. Majority of families use meal times to share experiences of other people
    3. At meals times, parents and children chat freely
    4. Many parents are engaged in many activities that deny them meal times get-together
  10. The meaning of the underlined word informal is
    1. official
    2. compulsory
    3. traditional
    4. not official
  11. According to the passage, one way in which parents discover their chidren is
    1. having meals with them
    2. taking children for outings
    3. taking children to hospital
    4. enquiring from the teacher about them.
  12. Research has shown that sharing meals by family members 
    1. is always possible as people are not busy.
    2. was not practised along time ago
    3. promotes positive development for a child
    4. promotes bonds between different families 
  13. Which of the following is the BEST title for the passage?
    1. Table etiquette
    2. Importance of parents and children eating together
    3. Importance of passing family traditions to children
    4. Importance of sharing experiences which could be challenging or exciting


Below is the beginning of a composition. Continue and complete it making it as interesting as you can:-

It was the beginning of the TERM and everyone in our school looked jovial. Suddenly ........................


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


  1. Which of the following figures represents the number three hundred thousand and twenty eight?
    1. 300028
    2. 30000028
    3. 30028
    4. 3000028
  2. Write 0.250 as a percentage
    1. 25%
    2. 2.5%
    3. 250%
    4. 0.25%
  3. A container with the shape of a cube holds 8000ml of water when full. What is the length of one side of the container?
    1. 20ml
    2. 25cm
    3. 20cm
    4. 0.02m
  4. Aman bought a bull and later sold it at a loss of 20%. If he sold it for sh. 6400, how much was the loss?
    1. Sh.1200
    2. Sh.400
    3. Sh.1600
    4. Sh.800
  5. If ABCD is a rectangle, find the area of the shaded part
    1. 12cm2
    2. 24cm2
    3. (x + 4)cm2
    4. 8cm2
  6. If the square root of x2 = y, which of the following statements is correct
    1. x2 = √y
    2. x2 = y
    3. x2 = y2 
    4. y = √x
  7. At an average speed of 60km/hr a lorry takes 3 hours to cover a certain distance. How long will a car take to cover the same distance at an average speed of 90km/ hr?
    1. 1½hrs
    2. 2½hrs
    3. 1hr
    4. 2hrs
  8. Kirubi spent half of his pocket money on bus fare and three fifth of the remainder on lunch. If he was left with Sh.20, how much was his pocket money?
    1. Sh.100
    2. Sh.50
    3. Sh.30
    4. Sh.70
  9. What amount of money will earn a simple interest of Sh.75 in two years at the rate of 12%,% per year
    1. Sh.550
    2. Sh.650
    3. Sh.300
    4. Sh.400
  10. A car travelled 300km at a consumption rate of 8 litres of petrol for every 100km. If petrol costs Sh.7.85 per litre what was the cost of the petrol consumed?
    1. Sh.628
    2. Sh.62.80
    3. Sh.188.40
    4. Sh.230.00
  11. ¾kg of sweets were shared among 3 girls, Wangeci, Wanjiru and Njambi in the ratio 3:2:1 respectively. Njambi gave one fifth of her share to her brother Macharia. How many grams of sweets did Macharia get?
    1. 75g
    2. 25g
    3. 50g
    4. 250g
  12. The figure is made up of eight equal squares each of side x cm. What percentage of the whole figure has
    been shaded?
    1. 37.5%
    2. 30%
    3. 48.6%
    4. 31.25%
  13. A canning factory produced 27,984 tins of tomatoes in one month. The tins were packed into crates. If each crate holds 165 tins, how many full crates were packed?
    1. 163
    2. 169
    3. 168
    4. 170
  14. The figure represents a rectangular block of wood. Find the total length of all the edges
    1. 24cm
    2. 48cm
    3. 72cm
    4. 36cm
  15. A rectangular piece of paper has an area of 0.39m2. Express this area in square centimetres
    1. 3900cm2
    2. 39cm2
    3. 390cm2
    4. 130cm2
  16. A tank can be filled by two taps together in 6 minutes and by one of the taps alone in 10 minutes. How long will the other tap take to fill the tank alone?
    1. 15 minutes
    2. 8 minutes
    3. 12 minutes
    4. 16 minutes
  17. Mama Ciru had 150 oranges to sell. She sold 40% of them in the morning and 4/5 of the remainder in the afternoon. How many oranges remained unsold?
    1. 18
    2. 60
    3. 90
    4. 15
  18. The circumference of the circle given is 66cm. If O is the centre of the circle calculate the length of one side of the equilateral triangle MNO
    1. 21cm
    2. 22cm
    3. 10.5cm
    4. 12.5cm
  19. Solve the equation for x if ½(3x − 2) = x+1
    1. 11/3 
    2. 5
    3. 4
  20. In a class of 60 candidates ¾ of the candidates passed an examination. How many boys passed the examination if the class has twice as many boys as girls and all the girls passed the examination?
    1. 20
    2. 35
    3. 25
    4. 20
  21. Find the value of: 1/33/5 ÷ ¼ − ½
    1. 3/5
    2. 5/8
    3. 3/10
    4. 9/11
  22. The figure represents the net of an open box. Calculate the total surface area of the box
    1. 80cm2
    2. 170cm2
    3. 150cm2
    4. 120cm2
  23. The circle graph represents monthly earning of Maina, Mwangi and Kamau. If Mwangi earns Ksh. 600, how much does Maina earn
    1.  Sh. 800
    2. Sh.900
    3. Sh.1200
    4. Sh.1000
  24. The average of seven numbers is 3.6. The average of the first four numbers is 4.05. What is the average of the remaining three numbers?
    1. 9
    2. 16.2
    3. 12
    4. 3
  25. Construct triangle XYZ in which XY-XZ=6cm and angle YXZ=60°. Draw a circle that passes through the three vertices X, Y and Z. What is the diameter of the circle?
    1. 7cm
    2. 3.5cm
    3. 14cm
    4. 12cm
  26. If x=6, Find the value of 2x − x (12 − 2x)
    A. 0
    B. 48
    C. 24
    D. 52
  27. The area of parallelogram ABCD is 32cm2. If AD = 5cm and CD = 8cm, calculate the area of the shaded part
    1. 6cm2
    2. 3cm2
    3. 12cm2
    4. 8cm2
  28. Wambua started working at 0600hrs. After working for 4¼ hours, he took a break of 30 minutes. After break he worked for 4 hours 30 minutes. At what time did he finish working?
    1. 5:15am
    2. 3:15am
    3. 3:15pm
    4. 0315hours
  29. A rectangular piece of land measures 8cm by 6cm on map. Find the actual area in hectares if the scale used is 1:1000
    1. 4.8ha
    2. 48ha
    3. 0.48ha
    4. 480ha
  30. In a school 6 buckets of beans last for 4 days. How many more days will 9 buckets last at the same rate of consumption?
    1. 6 days
    2. 2 days
    3. 10 days
    4. 3 days
  31. From the figure given calculate the size of angle Y
    1. 59°
    2. 102°
    3. 98°
    4. 105°
  32. A man is three times as old as his son. Six years to come the difference between their ages will be 28 years. What is the age of the son now
    1. 16 years
    2. 12 years
    3. 15 years
    4. 14 years
  33. Round off the numbers 6483 and 96835 to the nearest thousand and find their difference
    1. 103000
    2. 91000
    3. 2000
    4. 16000
  34. The marked price of a radio was Sh.900. Muturi bought it after being given a 10% discount. He later sold it at a 10% profit. For how much did he sell the radio?
    1. Sh.900
    2. Sh.891
    3. Sh.810
    4. Sh.990
  35. A watch loses 3 seconds every 2½ minutes. It was set right at 8:15am. What time did it show at 10:45am?
    1. 10:42am
    2. 10:43am
    3. 10:48a.m
    4. 10:44am
  36. Express 0.25 as a percentage of 0.75 and give your answer correct to one decimal place
    1. 25.5%
    2. 3.3%
    3. 30.3%
    4. 33.3%
  37. A circular region of diameter 28m has circumference equal to the perimeter of another square region. Find the area of the square region.
    1. 484m2
    2. 1936m2
    3. 492m2
    4. 1236m2 
  38. What number would be increased in the ratio of 3:2 to give 12
    1. 16
    2. 10
    3. 8
    4. 6
  39. A container is 2/3, full of water. When 30 more litres of water are added it becomes 5/6 full. How many litres of 44. Between which two towns is the fare half the fare water does it hold when completely full?
    1. 150
    2. 360
    3. 120
    4. 180
  40. Which one of the digits of the number 12459 would you increase by seven to make the given number divisible by eleven?
    1. 5
    2. 2
    3. 4
    4. 9
  41. In a certain town there are fifty families. Half of the families have 5 children each. A fifth of the remainder have 3 children each and the rest of the families have 4 children each. How many children are there altogether?
    1. 225
    2. 205
    3. 215
    4. 220
  42. Construct triangle ABC in which AB = 5cm, angle ABC = 86° and CAB = 55°. Draw a perpendicular from B to AC. What is the length of this perpendicular line? 
    1. 4.5cm
    2. 4.1cm
    3. 4.4cm
    4. 5cm
  43. Wambui got the following marks in three tests
    Maths - 18, English-0, Science-13. If she had also sat for Kiswahili and her average score for the four tests was 11 marks. How many marks did she get in Kiswahili?
    1. 12
    2. 13
    3. 3
    4. 14

The table below shows bus fare in shillings between Nairobi and Meru.


  1. Between which two towns is the fare half the fare between Nairobi and Karatina? 
    1. Karatina and Nyeri
    2. Sagana and Nyeri
    3. Nyeri and Nanyuki
    4. Meru and Nanyuki
  2. Find the sum of all prime numbers between 10 and 40 
    1. 153
    2. 14
    3. 116
    4. 180
  3. Calculate half of the exterior angle marked x of the given parallelogram given
    1. 120°
    2. 60°
    3. 30°
    4. 40°
  4. A third of the area of the figure WXYZ is 20cm2. Calculate the value of b if YZ = bcm
    1. 10cm
    2. 12cm
    3. 14cm
    4. 11cm

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The graph below represent the mass in tonnes ofcoffee export from a certain country from the year 1972 to the year 1976. Use the graph to answer questions 49-50  


  1. By how many tonnes did the coffee export drop in 1973?
    1. 375
    2. 750
    3. 1875
    4. 1500
  2. In which year did the country experience the highest drop in coffee export?
    1. 1973
    2. 1976
    3. 1975
    4. 1974


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