Read the following conversation and then answer questions 1 to 5.    

Kadzo:   Hello Katana. How was the competition? Mkala told me that you met your match.
Katana:  Hello Kadzo. Yeah, Mkala is right. I used to think I am the best runner in this county until I met one Kobole from Makongeni.
Kadzo:   Well, I think Mr. Maloba will have to do something extra in his coaching, else, it may get stiffer and stiffer.
Katana:  We have time. The best thing is that I was the second after Kobole. The first three are to represent the region nationally.
Kadzo:   I wish you all the best as you plan to train for the same. I shall encourage Mr. Maloba to try new coaching methods on you.
Katana:  Thank you so much Kadzo. I am looking forward to emerging the best nationally.

  1. Possibly, which sports activity did Katana take part in?
    1. Football.
    2. Basketball.
    3. Netball.
    4. Athletics.
  2. According to this conversation, who is Mr Maloba?
    1. An athlete.
    2. A trainee.
    3. A teacher.
    4. A coach. 
  3. Which one of the following describes Katana's character?
    1. Accepts defeat and plans to be better. 
    2. Stubborn and never allows competition.
    3. Lazy and plans to practise more and more
    4. Hard working but never plans to better himself.
  4. From this conversation, it is true to say that the competition was
    1. easy.
    2. stiff.
    3. noble.
    4. hard.
  5. By the end of the conversation,  seems
    1. hopeful.
    2. worried.
    3. defeated.
    4. winning.

Read the passage and then answer questions 6 to 9.

A journey by train is interesting as well as educative. Such a very important event happened in Samira's life. Last week she went on her first train journey. She travelled with her family to Voi where her uncle lived. They left home at dawn and went to the SGR terminus. After purchasing a ticket, they got into the train. Suddenly, the train blew its whistle and started the journey. It seemed to Samira that the trees, houses and stations all went hurriedly back to Nairobi. She was very excited. She really enjoyed her first journey.

  1. With whom did Samira travel to Voi? Her
    1. classmates.
    2. teachers
    3. friends.
    4. family.
  2. How many times had Samira travelled by train before?
    1. She had never travelled.
    2. Thrice.
    3. Twice.
    4. Once
  3. What did they do at the SGR terminus? They
    1. closed all the windows.
    2. purchased a ticket.
    3. saw trees moving backwards.
    4. enjoyed their journey.
  4. Where was Samira's family living? 
    1. In Voi.
    2. At the SGR terminus.
    3. In Nairobi.
    4. We are not told.

Read the passage and then answer questions 10 to 12.

Technology refers to the use of tools, machines, materials, techniques and sources of power to make work easier and more productive. While Science is more concerned with how and why things happen, technology deals with making things happen.

Technology has brought about efficiency and quality in the manufacturing sector. Technology advancement has reduced the risk involved in manufacturing enterprises. A lot of improvement has been seen in health facilities. Technology therefore should be here to stay.

  1. The passage says that technology has
    1. brought tools and machines.
    2. made work easier
    3. killed manufacturing industries
    4. increased death rates.
  2. The writer says that Science is concerned with
    1. how and why things happen
    2. making things happen.
    3. making work easier.
    4. improving human life.
  3. According to the passage, a lot of improvement has been seen in
    1. agriculture sector. 
    2. production of goods. 
    3. health facilities.
    4. some schools in the country.

Read the passage and then answer questions 13 to 15.

Matayo is a famous farmer. He keeps livestock like cattle, goats, sheep and chicken. He also grows crops like maize, potatoes and vegetables. When the work is not much, he works by himself. Sometimes his family helps him with weeding, planting or harvesting. There are times when the work is too much for him alone. He hires a tractor which ploughs the land ready for planting. Planting is done by hands. He adds manure to the soil to make it fertile.

  1. Matayo works in a
    1. school.
    2. farm.
    3. market.
    4. butchery.
  2. According to the passage, Matayo does not grow
    1. vegetables.
    2. potatoes.
    3. pumpkins.
    4. maize.
  3. Who sometimes helps Matayo in the farm? His
    1. family.
    2. friends.
    3. workers.
    4. tractor.

Read the passage below. It contains blank spaces numbered 16 to 20. For each blank space, select the best alternative from the choices given.

One day, rabbit was boasting about how___16___ he could run. He was laughing at the turtle for being so___17___. Much to the rabbit's surprise, the turtle challenged him to a ___18___. The rabbit thought this was a good joke and___19___ the challenge. The fox was the ___20___ of the competition because he was fair. As soon as it began, the rabbit ran away ahead of the turtle, just like everyone thought. The rabbit got halfway point and could not see the turtle anywhere.

   A   B   C   D 
 16.   first   second   faster   fast 
 17.  fast   slow   slowest   rude 
 18.  race   jump   walk   flight 
 19.  refused   denied   accepted   rejected 
 20.  master  king  leader  referee


For questions 21 to 23. choose the plural of the underlined words

  1. Mueni's tooth hurts.
    1. teeth
    2. tooths
    3. teeths
    4. tooth
  2. Mukami is an honest lady.
    1. ladyes
    2. ladys
    3. lady's
    4. ladies
  3. A big ship capsized in the ocean.
    1. ships
    2. sheep
    3. sheeps
    4. ship

In questions 24 to 26, choose the best word from alternatives to fill the blank spaces.

  1. We have been studying ______________ eight o'clock.
    1. at
    2. for
    3. on
    4. since
  2. Every citizen __________________ the right to free speech.
    1. have
    2. is
    3. get
    4. has
  3. Kanini and her brother are ________________________ their kites
    1. flying
    2. flew
    3. fly
    4. flown

For questions 27 to 30. complete the sentences with the correct adverbs.

  1. The man drives his van
    1. slowest.
    2. slowly
    3. slower.
    4. slowness.
  2. The game ranger walked very
    1. caring.
    2. careless.
    3. careful.
    4. carefully.
  3. Grade five learners were singing
    1. happily.
    2. happy.
    3. happier.
    4. happiest
  4. Maimuna waited for her guardian.
    1. patience.
    2. patient.
    3. patiently.
    4. patients.


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


  1. A tree planting ceremony was attended 742 adults. What is this number in words?
    1. Seven hundred and twenty four.
    2. Seven hundred and forty two.
    3. Four hundred and twenty four.
    4. Four hundred and forty two.
  2. What is the place value of the underlined digit in the number 96 401?
    1. 6000
    2. 600
    3. Tens of thousands
    4. Thousands.
  3. After selling his farm produce in Malimengi market, a farmer earned eight hundred and fifty shillings. How much was this in symbols?
    1. Sh. 8050
    2. Sh. 850
    3. Sh. 800 050
    4. Sh. 80 050
  4. Round off 861 to the nearest ten.
    1. 865
    2. 800
    3. 860
    4. 900
  5. Kianjoya bought 23 cakes to share equally among his 9 friends. How many cakes remained?
    1. 5
    2. 4
    3. 18
    4. 3
  6. 40 pick-ups transported bags of cement to different hardwares. If each pick-up carried 9 bags of cement, how many bags: were there altogether?
    1. 450
    2. 360
    3. 270
    4. 340
  7. Mr. Wekesa's class has twenty five learners. If each of them brought twelve beads for an Art and Craft lesson, how many beads were brought altogether?
    1. 37
    2. 400
    3. 300
    4. 27
  8. Kalagwena village has a population of 6 430 males, 2 766 females and 7 710 children. How many adults are there altogether?
    1. 16 906
    2. 14 140
    3. 8 196
    4. 9 196
  9. What is the next number in the pattern below?
    816, 807, 797, 786, 774
    1. 709
    2. 761
    3. 753
    4. 699
  10. In the year 2021, a farmer harvested 3 416 bags of avocadoes. In the following year, she harvested 4 628 bags. How many more bags did she harvest in 2022 than in 2021?
    1. 8044
    2. 2 121
    3. 7944
    4. 1 212
  11. Add: 729m + 468m
    1. 1 097m
    2. 1196m
    3. 1 197m
    4. 1 086m
  12. The distance from Malachi's home to the river is 210m. What distance does he cover when he goes to the river and back?
    1. 105m
    2. 210m
    3. 840m
    4. 420m
  13. Take away 533m from 899m.
    1. 366m
    2. 1432m
    3. 356m
    4. 1 332m
  14. Mware walks 610m from home to school. Kelitu walks 406m from home to school. What is Kelitu's distance subtracted from Mware's distance?
    1. 201m
    2. 1 116m
    3. 1016m
    4. 204m
  15. Some learners carried loads of different masses as shown below:
    Tim - 19kg
    Elm - 16kg
    Tom - 21kg
    Sam - 18kg
    How many kilograms did they carry altogether?
    1. 84kg
    2. 74kg
    3. 75kg
    4. 85kg
  16. A sack of maize weighs 90kg while a bag of cement weighs 50kg. By how many kilograms is the maize sack heavier than the cement bag?
    1. 40kg
    2. 30kg
    3. 140kg
    4. 130kg
  17. A trader distributed 438kg of maize to Masomo school and another 269kg to Elimu school. What was the total mass distributed?
    1. 169kg
    2. 269kg
    3. 707kg
    4. 71.7kg
  18. Some learners at Mwishomwisho primary school were asked to name some wants they knew:
    Ajigo - house
    Jokopal - toy
    Karani - trouser
    Mwashorl - cabbage
    Who among them was right?
    1. Ajigo.
    2. Mwashori.
    3. Jokopai.
    4. Karani.
  19. Kamwana started sleeping from 1:20pm, to the time shown in the clock face below.
    For how long did he sleep?
    1. 2 hours
    2. 12 hours
    3. 12 hours 10 minutes
    4. 40 minutes
  20. Work out:
    Hrs    Mins
    23       45
    +6       39
    1. 30 hours   24minutes
    2. 29 hours   84 minutes
    3. 30 hours   84 minutes
    4. 29 hours   24 minutes
  21. Which one of the following shows an obtuse angle?
  22. A Mathematics teacher drew a diagram like the one drawn below.
    The figure above indicates a
    1. right angle turn.
    2. quarter turn.
    3. full turn.
    4. half turn.
  23. Kambi is facing north. Which direction will be face if he turns left once?
    1. East.
    2. South
    3. North.
    4. West.
  24. Which of the following statements is correct?
    1. An acute angle is smaller than a right angle.
    2. An obtuse angle is smaller than a righ angle.
    3. An obtuse angle is equal to a reflex angle.
    4. Two right angles are equal to an acute angle.
  25. In a farm there were 26 mango trees and 4r avocado trees. How many trees were there altogether?
    1. 4r − 2b.
    2. 2b+ 4r
    3. 2b − 4r
    4. 2b+ 4r
  26. Ongoma had 3 sweets. He was added m more sweets. He now had 8 sweets. How many sweets was he added?
    1. 11
    2. 5
    3. 15
    4. 13

The table below shows the type and number of clothes sold by a trader in Mtumba market in a period of five days. Use it to answer the following questions

 Day    Cloth type   Number 
 Monday   Shirts  10
 Tuesday   Trousers  14
 Wednesday   Blouses  9
 Thursday  Skirts  26
 Friday  Shorts  13


  1. Which type of clothes was in the highest demand?
    1. Blouses
    2. Skirts
    3. Shirts
    4. Shorts
  2. How many more trousers than blouses were sold within the five days?
    1. 3
    2. 15
    3. 23
    4. 5
  3. What was the total number of clothes sold in the last two days?
    1. 13.
    2. 24
    3. 39
    4. 33
  4. How many clothes were sold throughout the five days altogether?
    1. 72
    2. 62
    3. 82
    4. 92


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

Study the map of Wema area and answer questions 1 to 7.

  1. The feature formed along river Rubo at the point marked x is
    1. a confluence.
    2. an ox-bow lake.
    3. a delta.
    4. a meander.
  2. The climate around lake Peto can be described as
    1. cool and dry. 
    2. hot and dry.
    3. hot and wet.
    4. cool and wet.
  3. People who live in Dege village are likely to suffer from
    1. water-borne diseases.
    2. frequent droughts.
    3. acute soil erosion.
    4. seasonal flooding.
  4. The settlement pattern in Wema area can be described as
    1. clustered.
    2. linear.
    3. dense.
    4. sparse.
  5. The main economic benefit of lake Peto is that it is a
    1. source of rainfall.
    2. source of sand.
    3. source of fish.
    4. tourist attraction site.
  6. Which one of the following economic activities is not carried out in Wema area?
    1. Fishing.
    2. Crop farming.
    3. Trading.
    4. Mining.
  7. Land in Wema area rises towards
    1. north east.
    2. north west.
    3. south east.
    4. south west.
  8. The main reason why the San people did not develop strong political systems was that
    1. they were few in numbers.
    2. they lived in a dry area.
    3. there was no centralized source of power.
    4. they were frequently attacked by other communities.
  9. Three of the following statements about a school routine are true. Which one is not? It
    1. outlines the school rules.
    2. is prepared by the deputy head teacher. 
    3. allocates time for school activities.
    4. ensures proper use of time.
  10. In Kenya, sisal is grown in large plantations in
    1. Mwea in Kirinyaga.
    2. Ahero in Kisumu.
    3. Vipingo in Kilifi.
    4. Mumias in Kakamega.
  11. Below are descriptions of a mineral mined in Kenya:
    1. It is white in colour.
    2. It is mined in the floor of the Rift Valley. 
    3. It is used in making heat insulators.
      The mineral described above is
      1. diatomite.
      2. soda ash.
      3. limestone.
      4. fluorspar.

Use the map of Africa below to answer questions 12 to 15.


  1. Which one of the following statements correctly describes the climate of the shaded areas marked Y?
    1. Annual rainfall is less than 250mm.
    2. The area has rainfall throughout the year. 
    3. The area has cool and wet climate.
    4. The area has equatorial climate.
  2. The main reason for the construction of the dam marked Z was to
    1. control flooding along the river.
    2. create an inland waterway.
    3. store water for irrigation.
    4. generate electricity.
  3. The country marked T was colonized by
    1. France.
    2. Italy.
    3. Germany.
    4. Spain.
  4. Which one of the following is the effect of the ocean currents marked R? They
    1. cause fog and mist.
    2. cause dry conditions.
    3. bring rainfall to the Congo basin.
    4. mark the start of the dry season.
  5. The main reason why the Nandi people fought the British during the colonial period in Kenya was that the
    1. British were building a railway line.
    2. British stopped them from trading.
    3. Nandi wanted to retain their independence.
    4. Nandi had strong leaders.
  6. The following are descriptions of a vegetation zone in Africa:
    1. Trees are tall and evergreen.
    2. Trees grow close together.
    3. There is little undergrowth.
      The vegetation zone described above is
      1. savannah vegetation.
      2. rainforest vegetation.
      3. mediterranean vegetation.
      4. temperate vegetation.
  7. The community that correctly fills the blank space marked K is
    1. Serer
    2. Mossi
    3. Dagomba
    4. Gwima.
  8. Which one of the following is a measure taken to conserve wildlife in Africa?
    1. Building hotels near game parks.
    2. Fencing game parks.
    3. Advertising tourist attraction sites.
    4. Reducing entry fee to game parks.
  9. King Lewanika collaborated with the British because he wanted to
    1. trade with the British.
    2. learn the European way of life.
    3. be protected from hostile neighbours.
    4. be employed by the British.
  10. Mount Marsabit and mount Meru were formed when
    1. land between faults was uplifted.
    2. soft parts of the earth were eroded. C
    3. underneath rocks were folded.
    4. molten magma solidified on the surface. 
  11. Which one of the following statements describes a customary marriage?
    1. It is conducted by clan elders.
    2. It takes place in a government office. 
    3. Polygamy is not allowed.
    4. A marriage certificate is issued. 
  12. The main problem facing mobile telecommunication in Africa is
    1. theft of mobile phones.
    2. high cost of repairing mobile phones.
    3. inadequate network coverage.
    4. that mobile phones are expensive to buy.
  13. The old kingdom of Ghana had its capital in
    1. Timbuktu.
    2. Kumbi Saleh.
    3. Adwagast. 
    4. Bissandugu.
  14. Which one of the following reasons describes why South Africa produces many manufactured goods?
    1. Availability of good transport network. 
    2. Availability of a large market.
    3. High rainfall in the country.
    4. Availability of variety of minerals.
  15. Three of the following statements about struggle for independence in Tanganyika are true. Which one is not?
    1. Africans formed political parties.
    2. Africans used peaceful means.
    3. Africans waged guerilla war.
    4. African leaders negotiated for independence.
  16. The main reason for the migration of the Bantu from the Congo basin was that they 
    1. wanted better farming land.
    2. were attacked by the Galla.
    3. were looking for iron for tool making.
    4. wanted goods for trade.
  17. Which one of the following rivers does not drain into lake Turkana? River
    1. Omo.
    2. Ewaso Nyiro.
    3. Turkwel.
    4. Kerio.
  18. The diagram below shows a fishing method.
    The fishing method illustrated in the diagram above is used to catch fish
    1. near the seashore.
    2. in fast flowing rivers. 
    3. in the deep sea.
    4. in fish ponds.
  19. Which one of the following is the main benefit of regional trade in Africa?
    1. Expanded market for goods.
    2. Exchange of cultural practices.
    3. Improvement in road network.
    4. Production of variety of goods.
  20. Mombasa experiences higher temperatures than Nyeri because
    1. Nyeri is on the windward side.
    2. Mombasa is at a lower altitude.
    3. Nyeri is found near the equator.
    4. Mombasa experiences higher rainfall. 
  21. Social interaction among different communities in Kenya before the coming of Europeans was mainly through
    1. war.
    2. trade.
    3. marriage.
    4. sports.
  22. The British used indirect rule policy in Northern Nigeria because
    1. Africans resisted colonial rule.
    2. the British wanted to assimilate Africans.
    3. Africans collaborated with the British.
    4. the region had strong traditional rulers.
  23. Three of the following statements describe the population of Africa. Which one does not?
    1. Most people live in rural areas.
    2. Population distribution is influenced by rainfall.
    3. Population is evenly distributed.
    4. High rainfall areas have high population.
  24. A child who is below eight years and whose nationality and parents are not known becomes a Kenya citizen by
    1. birth.
    2. adoption.
    3. registration.
    4. application.
  25. Which one of the following is an economic right? Right to
    1. marry.
    2. clean environment
    3. vote.
    4. own property.
  26. Three of the following are effects of the revolution of the earth. Which one is not?
    1. Deflection of winds.
    2. Day and night.
    3. Difference in length of day and night.
    4. Changing seasons.
  27. The interaction of the Abagusii and the Luo in the pre-colonial period led to
    1. establishment of a new language.
    2. establishment of towns.
    3. exchange of names.
    4. introduction of monarchy rule.
  28. Which one of the following statements about forestry in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) is correct?
    1. Trees provide pulp for paper making.
    2. Forests are sources of hardwood timber.
    3. Trees are planted in straight rows.
    4. Most trees are softwoods.
  29. The Berlin conference held in Germany in 1884 led to
    1. partition of Africa.
    2. abolition of slave trade.
    3. spread of Christianity in Africa.
    4. exploration of Africa by Europeans. 
  30. The following are statements about a prominent African leader:
    1. He fought in the French army. 
    2. He was an assimilated African. 
    3. He represented his country in the French parliament.
      The person described above is
      1. Ahmed Sekou Toure.
      2. Kwame Nkrumah.
      3. Gamal Abdel Nasser
      4. Leopold Sedar Senghor.
  31. The Organization of African Unity (OAU) was formed in 1963 mainly to
    1. promote co-operation among African states.
    2. eliminate colonial rule in Africa.
    3. promote similar systems of government. 
    4. prevent the spread of deserts.
  32. The best way of supporting people who are addicted to drugs is through
    1. abolishing sale of drugs.
    2. arresting people who sell drugs.
    3. putting them in rehabilitation centres.
    4. putting them in prisons.
  33. The country that is correctly matched with its seaport is
           Country                 Seaport
    1. Ghana                    Rabat
    2. Egypt                     Port Said
    3. Angola                   Tema
    4. Morocco                 Lobito
  34. The Ogaden region in Ethiopia and Sahel region in West Africa are sparsely populated due to
    1. arid conditions in the regions.
    2. presence of tsetse flies.
    3. presence of swampy conditions.
    4. frequent seasonal flooding.
  35. Which one of the following statements about pyrethrum growing in Kenya is true? It is
    1. grown in small farms.
    2. grown under irrigation.
    3. grown in large plantations.
    4. harvested using machines.
  36. A similarity between a windsock and a windvane is that they
    1. measure the strength of wind.
    2. measure the direction of wind.
    3. measure the speed of wind.
    4. are kept in a stevenson's screen.
  37. The main problem facing pastoral farming among the Fulani people is
    1. attacks on livestock by wild animals. 
    2. inadequate market for livestock.
    3. inadequate pasture in the dry season.
    4. presence of tsetse flies.
  38. Two neighbouring farmers in a village have a dispute over their boundary. The best method of solving the conflict is
    1. selling the parcel of land under dispute. 
    2. filing a case in a court of law.
    3. reporting the matter to a police station. 
    4. involving village elders.
  39. Which one of the following combinations is made up of countries that used peaceful means to attain independence?
    1. Algeria and Kenya.
    2. Ghana and Tanzania.
    3. Zimbabwe and Mozambique.
    4. Angola and Guinea Bissau.
  40. Mombasa and Dar es Salaam started as a result of
    1. building of railway lines.
    2. settlement of Arabs along the coast. 
    3. coming of Portuguese to Eastern Africa. 
    4. mining activities in the areas.
  41. Which one of the following lakes was not formed as a result of volcanicity? Lake 
    1. Natron. 
    2. Kivu. 
    3. Itasy. 
    4. Tana.
  42. The main reason for the coming of Seyyid Said to Eastern Africa was to 
    1. find a sea route to India. 
    2. find the source of river Nile.
    3. control the coastal trade.
    4. acquire colonies in Eastern Africa.
  43. Dairy farming in Kenya is carried out in the highland regions because the areas have 
    1. a large market for milk.
    2. good roads to transport milk.
    3. milk processing industries.
    4. cool and wet conditions.
  44. The main effect on the environment of limestone mining is that
    1. lorries damage roads.
    2. dust from mines pollute the air.
    3. slums have started in mining areas.
    4. chemicals from mines pollute rivers. 
  45. A person becomes the head of a county government in Kenya through
    1. election by voters in a county.
    2. appointment by the president.
    3. election by members of a county assembly. 
    4. appointment by public service commission.
  46. When Tanganyika became a republic, the title of the head of state changed to
    1. prime minister.
    2. president
    3. emperor.
    4. king.
  47. The most senior administrator in a county is the
    1. governor.
    2. county commissioner
    3. county representative
    4. speaker
  48. The arm of the government that implements cabinet resolutions is headed by the
    1. chief justice.
    2. attorney general
    3. president
    4. speaker
  49. Which one of the following actions may lead to a by election in a constituency?
    1. Dissolution of parliament.
    2. Death of a president.
    3. Formation of a new political party.
    4. Death of a member of parliament.



  1. Which one of the following was a duty given to Adam and Eve in the garden of Eden?
    1. Keeping the snake away from the garden. 
    2. Protecting the tree of life.
    3. Guarding and cultivating the garden.
    4. Building altars in the garden.
  2. When God commanded Abraham to leave his father's home, he was living in
    1. Haran. 
    2. Ur.
    3. Egypt.
    4. Midian.
  3. The brothers of Joseph hated him because
    1. he was a dreamer.
    2. he was a young handsome man.
    3. their father loved him most.
    4. he was a wise man.
  4. Moses left the land of Midian to go to Egypt because
    1. his family was in Egypt.
    2. the king of Egypt sent for him.
    3. he had killed an Egyptian.
    4. he wanted to obey God's command.
  5. Which one of the following was done by the Israelites on the night of the Exodus? They
    1. killed Egyptian firstborn males.
    2. smeared blood on their doorposts.
    3. recited the ten commandments.
    4. collected manna.
  6. Which one of the following commandments shows respect for marriage? Do not
    1. steal.
    2. commit adultery.
    3. accuse anyone falsely.
    4. commit murder.
  7. The two sons of Samuel who were judges in Israel were
    1. Mahlon and Chilon.
    2. Gershom and Eliezer.
    3. Joel and Abijah.
    4. Hophni and Phinehas.
  8. The hometown of David was
    1. Bethlehem.
    2. Jericho
    3. Jerusalem.
    4. Ramah.
  9. Who among the following people prophesied that Jesus would be born in Bethlehem?
    1. Jeremiah.
    2. Isaiah.
    3. Joel.
    4. Micah.
  10. When angel Gabriel visited Mary, he told her that
    1. she would conceive by the power of the Holy Spirit.
    2. her son would not drink wine.
    3. she would have an everlasting kingdom.
    4. her son would be called John.
  11. The main message of John the Baptist when he preached to the people was about
    1. kindness.
    2. repentance.
    3. humility.
    4. patience.
  12. Who among the following disciples of Jesus was a tax collector?
    1. Matthew.
    2. Andrew.
    3. Nathaniel.
    4. Thomas.
  13. Jesus healed the Roman officer's servant in the town of
    1. Jericho.
    2. Nain.
    3. Bethany.
    4. Capernaum.
  14. The parable of the hidden treasure teaches Christians about
    1. the value of the kingdom of God.
    2. helping people in need.
    3. bringing people to the church.
    4. the growth of the kingdom of God.
  15. Which one of the following events took place during the last supper?
    1. Peter cut off the ear of a slave.
    2. A cloud covered Jesus.
    3. Jesus pointed out His betrayer.
    4. An angel comforted Jesus.
  16. Who among the following people buried the body of Jesus?
    1. Pontious pilate.
    2. Joseph of Arimathea.
    3. Simon of Cyrene.
    4. Ethiopian Eunuch.
  17. Jesus ascended to heaven at
    1. Nain
    2. Sychar
    3. Joppa
    4. Bethany
  18. The disciples received the Holy Spirit in the town of
    1. Jerusalem.
    2. Antioch.
    3. Jericho.
    4. Bethlehem.
  19. The seven deacons were chosen mainly to
    1. protect the disciples from persecution.
    2. distribute food to widows.
    3. preach to the Gentiles.
    4. preach in the villages.
  20. Which one of the following is a gift of the Holy Spirit?
    1. Faithfulness.
    2. Patience.
    3. Faith.
    4. Kindness.
  21. Which one of the following is a book of history in the New Testament?
    1. Acts.
    2. Romans.
    3. Mark.
    4. Revelation.
  22. People respect shrines in traditional African communities because
    1. ancestors are buried there.
    2. ceremonies are conducted there.
    3. they are considered holy.
    4. they are in dark places.
  23. The work of priests in traditional African communities is to
    1. treat diseases.
    2. lead in offering sacrifices.
    3. conduct marriage ceremonies.
    4. advise the youth.
  24. A common practice in both traditional African ncommunities and Christianity is
    1. reciting prayers. 
    2. pouring libation. 
    3. wearing charms. 
    4. offering sacrifices.
  25. Ancestors are best remembered in traditional African communities through
    1. visiting their graves.
    2. naming children after them.
    3. composing songs for them.
    4. praying to them.
  26. Atieno prays for her sick brother. This element of prayer is
    1. confession.
    2. petition.
    3. intercession.
    4. adoration.
  27. Christians preach against misuse of drugs because
    1. it is a misuse of resources.
    2. those who misuse drugs are not respected. 
    3. it affects the health of the user.
    4. they can be arrested.
  28. Which one of the following is a way in which Christians support the government in fighting corruption?
    1. Refusing to give bribes.
    2. Arresting people who are corrupt.
    3. Writing books about corruption.
    4. Reporting corruption cases.
  29. Christians visit homes for orphaned children mainly to
    1. preach to them.
    2. fulfill the duty of helping the needy.
    3. find out what they need.
    4. give them money.
  30. The first European missionaries who came to Kenya were sent by
    1. Royal Geographical Society. 
    2. Mill Hill Fathers.
    3. Holy Ghost Mission.
    4. Church Missionary Society.



  1. A person who fasts has two pleasures. One during ____________________________ food.
    1. twaam. 
    2. iftaar.
    3. walima.
    4. suhur.
  2. Which of the following vices is condemned in surah Al-Falaq?
    1. Witchcraft.
    2. Backbiting.
    3. Stealing.
    4. Adultery.
  3. All the following are recommended preparations for reading the holy Qur'an except
    1. taking wudhu.
    2. a siwak.
    3. facing qibla.
    4. not putting it on the bare ground.
  4. Which form of knowledge sticks best in mindnaccording to surah Alaq? Knowledge
    1. of pictures.
    2. of the pen.
    3. of cramming.
    4. from far away.
  5. Allah (SW) was not happy and even cursed Abu Lahab because he
    1. joined Abraham to destroy the holy kaaba.
    2. refused to join Islamic faith.
    3. dispersed the prophet's congregation. 
    4. killed baby girls and burried others alive. 
  6. What is the meaning of Taqwa in Islamic faith?
    1. Reliance on Allah.
    2. Obedience to Allah.
    3. The fear of God.
    4. Belief in Allah.
  7. A Muslim who believes in Qadar should always say ___________________________ when making future plans.
    1. fii amaanillah
    2. mashallah
    3. astaghfirullah
    4. inshallah
  8. After Takbiratul Ihraam, there follows
    1. seven Takbiras.
    2. surah Al-Fatiha. 
    3. bending for Rukuu.
    4. the first khutba.
  9. In which of the following villages did the hypocrites of Uhud in the Muslim army turn back and disappeared?
    1. Abwa.
    2. Taif.
    3. Ashawt.
    4. Khaibar.
  10. Which of the following ibaadaats cleanses off sins as free as a new born baby?
    1. Ablution.
    2. Hajj.
    3. Jum'a to Jum'a.
    4. Fast of sittat shawwal.
  11. "Al-Baladil Ameen" is a description that was used to praise a city called
    1. Makkat mukarrama.
    2. Jerusalem.
    3. Madinat munawwara.
    4. Bethlehem. 
  12. Muslims who reach at miqat to start hajj activities respond to Allah's call by uttering 
    1. tahniq.
    2. takbir.
    3. talbia.
    4. tahlil.
  13. Which prophet of Allah was killed by being cut into pieces?
    1. Zakariya.
    2. Daud.
    3. Yahya.
    4. Yusuf.
  14. In which festival should Muslims first attend prayers before eating anything?
    1. Idd-ul-Fitr.
    2. Milad-un-Nabii.
    3. Idd-ul-Hajj.
    4. Isra-wal-miraj
  15. Prophet Musa (A.S) fled to Madyan after running away from 
    1. Firaun's
    2. Shuaib's
    3. Egypian's
    4. an Israelite's
  16. The present city of security where all Muslims today go for Hajj was the first settlement of
    1. Ibrahim's family. 
    2. Adam's family.
    3. Muhammad's family.
    4. Nuh's family. 
  17. The names "Allah" and "Prophet" are introduced into the ear of a newborn baby for the first time through
    1. adhaan.
    2. tashahhud.
    3. tahniq.
    4. iqama.
  18. The angel of Allah (SW) charged with the responsibility to welcome those rewarded at the gates of paradise is
    1. Malik.
    2. Jibril.
    3. Israfil.
    4. Ridhwaan.
  19. Muslims may locate and face Qibla for prayers by the help of all the following ways except
    1. use of a compass direction tool.
    2. use of the sunrise and sunset. 
    3. use of a physically available mosque.
    4. automatic obvious imagination.
  20. Which of the following things is the same in both Jum'a and Idd prayers?
    1. The time of performing.
    2. When to say khutba.
    3. The number of rakaats prayed.
    4. Classification as sunna or fardh.
  21. Nadhir ibaadaats are
    1. the self promise to Allah. 
    2. performed by few Muslims.
    3. performed as punishment.
    4. those performed at night.
  22. Which one of the following was not an advice given to prophet Mohammad by Jibril (AS)? 
    1. To stay knowing that one day He will die.
    2. To love whom He loves but know that one day they'll separate.
    3. He will be judged in all His deeds.
    4. Not to walk on earth with pride.
  23. The prophet assured Muslims that whoever shahada will be his or her last words before death will
    1. enter paradise.
    2. be resurrected.
    3. be heavier than the earth and all in it.
    4. be rewarded beyond imagination.
  24. The level of buried treasures and precious minerals the one should have in order to qualify to give out zakat is called
    1. tarka.
    2. nisab.
    3. quut.
    4. qulatein.
  25. The two swalats which have two adhaans in Islam are
    1. Idd-ul-fitr and Idd-ul-hajj.
    2. kusuf and khusuf.
    3. taraweh and tahajjud.
    4. fajr and Jum'a.
  26. Who was the secretary at the Hudaibiyaa treaty agreements and writings?
    1. Zaid bin Thaabit.
    2. Abubakr Swiddiiq.
    3. Abu Sufian. 
    4. Ali bi Abin Talib.
  27. Edat is observed
    1. in the event of a husband's death and twalaq.
    2. when a lady becomes seriously sick. 
    3. if the couple never had Nikah ceremony.
    4. by all virgin ladies before marriage. 
  28. Which of the following attributes of Allah is wrongly matched with its meaning?
    1. Al-maswawwir - the dominant.
    2. Al-Baar - the originator. 
    3. Al-Khaaliq - the creator.
    4. Al-Razzaaq - the provider.
  29. What do Muslims celebrate on the first day on shawwaal?
    1. Eid-ul-fitr.
    2. Milad-un-nabii.
    3. Aqiqa.
    4. Khitma.
  30. Muslims are allowed to reduce the number of rakaats in salaat
    1. dhuhr.
    2. musaafir.
    3. janaaza.
    4. maktuba.


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


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


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


  1. Which one of the following is not an important factor to consider when buying medicinal drugs? The
    1. appropriate dose.
    2. date the drug was manufactured. 
    3. doctor's prescription and instruction.
    4. date of expiry.
  2. In which of the following parts of the human digestive system is a juice produced that commences the process of digestion?
    1. Mouth.
    2. Stomach.
    3. Small intestines.
    4. Large intestines.
  3. The diagram below shows a human heart.
    Which of the labelled chambers pumps blood to the lungs for oxygenation?
    1. E
    2. F
    3. G
    4. H
  4. The type of soil that has a high ability to retain water is good for
    1. building and construction.
    2. growing crops.
    3. making ribbons.
    4. mixing with cement.
  5. Which one of the following statements about HIV/AIDS is correct?
    1. HIV/AIDS can be transmitted through mosquito bites.
    2. A person develops AIDS as soon as they contract the virus.
    3. During window stage, a blood test shows no presence of HIV.
    4. HIV/AIDS affects immoral people.
  6. A weed has the following characteristics:
    1. Yellow fruits when ripe.
    2. Presence of thorn on stems, branches and leaves.
      The weed with these characteristies is
      1. wandering jew.
      2. black jack.
      3. oxalis.
      4. sodom apple.
  7. Which one of the following mixtures can be separated by picking?
    1. Maize flour and iron filings.
    2. Salt and soil.
    3. Sugar and salt.
    4. Rice and sand grains.
  8. Which set of crops below has a tap root system?
    1. Beans and kales.
    2. Millet and napier grass.
    3. Cassava and groundnuts.
    4. Peas and wheat.
  9. Which one of the following methods is suitable for controlling all types of animal parasites?
    1. Deworming.
    2. Rotational grazing.
    3. Dipping.
    4. Spraying.
  10. Which one of the following is a field pest?
    1. Weevil.
    2. Stalk borer.
    3. Rodent.
    4. Termite.
  11. Which one of the following is a recreational use of water?
    1. Irrigating vegetables.
    2. Cooling engines.
    3. Watering animals.
    4. Skating on ice sheets.
  12. Which one of the following is a conserved feed?
    1. Cotton seed cake.
    2. Hay.
    3. Sweet potato vines.
    4. Napier grass.
  13. Which one of the following animal feeds is cut, chopped into small pieces, compressed and stored under an airtight condition as a way of preservation?
    1. Hay.
    2. Concentrates.
    3. Pasture.
    4. Silage.
  14. Which one of the following is not a suitable way of conserving water? 
    1. Recycling sewage water.
    2. Reusing polluted water.
    3. Using just enough water.
    4. Harvesting rain water.
  15. The diagram below shows an experiment to investigate a certain component of soil.
    The component being investigated is
    1. air
    2. humus.
    3. living organisms. 
    4. water
  16. During interdependence in living things, animals do not depend on plants for
    1. habitat.
    2. pollination.
    3. food.
    4. medicine.
  17. Which of the following teeth is never shed?
  18.  Which one of the following types of soil erosion takes place without being noticed?
    1. Sheet erosion.
    2. Rill erosion.
    3. Splash erosion.
    4. Gulley erosion.
  19. In which of the following methods of separating mixtures is only one substance recovered?
    1. Sieving.
    2. Decanting.
    3. Filtering.
    4. Evaporation.
  20. The soil that cracks when dry also
    1. feels slippery when wet. 
    2. has the lowest capillarity.
    3. has the best drainage.
    4. has the largest air spaces.
  21. Which one of the following tools can be maintained by applying oil and grease when in use?
    1. File.
    2. Ladder.
    3. Wheelbarrow.
    4. Hammer.
  22. Which one of the following is not important when investigating the rate of solubility of substances? The
    1. the amount of solute.
    2. amount of solvent.
    3. temperature of solvent.
    4. the size of the containers.
  23. The diagram below shows an experiment done to investigate a certain property of light.
    The aspect being investigated is 
    1. refraction.
    2. light travels in a straight line.
    3. reflection.
    4. dispersion.
  24. Which one of the following weather instruments is used to show two aspects of weather?
    1. Windvane.
    2. Windsock.
    3. Air thermometer.
    4. Liquid thermometer.
  25. In which one of the following circuit arrangements will the bulb not light?
  26. People living with HIV/AIDS require the following except
    1. small quantities of food at regular intervals.
    2. plenty of exercises.
    3. sufficient sleep.
    4. large quantities of a balanced diet at once.
  27. A weighing scale works in the same way as a
    1. spring balance. 
    2. beam balance.
    3. see-saw.
    4. wheelbarrow.
  28. Which one of the following groups of foods is suitable for a child suffering from kwashiorkor?
    1. Ugali, milk and spinach.
    2. Mangoes, cabbages and oranges.
    3. Beans, fish and chicken.
    4. Chapati, porridge and bread.
  29. Which one of the following is the brightest planet?
    1. Mars.
    2. Venus.
    3. Mercury.
    4. Jupiter.
  30. Which one of the following is a use of water in the farm?
    1. Fishing.
    2. Mixing chemicals.
    3. Irrigation.
    4. Watering animals.
  31. Which one of the following groups of materials are all magnetic?
    1. Aluminium, zinc.
    2. Silver, copper.
    3. Nickel, cobalt.
    4. Brass, carbon.
  32. Which one of the following sexually transmitted diseases is caused by virus?
    1. Gonorrhoea.
    2. Syphilis.
    3. Chancroid.
    4. Genital herpes.
  33. Which one of the following substances when mixed will form a uniform layer?
    1. Oil and spirit.
    2. Milk and spirit.
    3. Water and diesel.
    4. Paraffin and water.
  34. The diagram below shows a process during reproduction in human beings.
    The process above takes place in the
    1. ovary.
    2. uterus.
    3. oviduct.
    4. vagina.
  35. Which one of the following parasites is found in the small intestines of sheep and goats?
    1. Roundworms.
    2. Flukes.
    3. Hookworms.
    4. Lungworms.
  36. Which part of a flower exposes it to the agents of pollination?
    1. Petals.
    2. Sepals.
    3. Filaments.
    4. Stalk.
  37. Which pair of crops below will provide similar nutrients when taken?
    1. Cereals and oil crops.
    2. Legumes and fibre crops.
    3. Fruits and tubers.
    4. Beverages and legumes.
  38. Below is a food chain in a certain habitat:
    Maize → hens → mongoose → wild dog
    Which one of the following feeding organisms will belong to the same group as a rat?
    1. Maize.
    2. Hens.
    3. Mongoose.
    4. Wild dog.
  39. Which one of the following processes takes place immediately after ovulating?
    1. Implantation.
    2. Reproduction.
    3. Fusion.
    4. Menstruation.
  40. Which one of the following shows the correct order of the flow of urine in the human body?
    1. Bladder → urethra → ureter
    2. Urethra → ureter → urethra
    3. Ureter → urethra → bladder
    4. Ureter → bladder → urethra
  41. The diagram below shows a simple home made filter.
    The part labelled J represents
    1. pebbles.
    2. coarse sand.
    3. charcoal.
    4. fine sand.
  42. When conducting an experiment on soil drainage, which one of the following need not be the same?
    1. Amount of water.
    2. Amount of soil.
    3. Type of soil.
    4. Size of funnels.
  43. The following are the functions of the placenta except
    1. providing food for the growing embryo. 
    2. allowing exchange of oxygen and carbondioxide.
    3. facilitating transfer of digested food.
    4. facilitating transfer of waste products.
  44. The diagram below shows the female reproductive system.
    Which of the labelled parts produces sex cells?
    1. P
    2. Q
    3. R
    4. S
  45. Which one of the following excretory products is removed by all the excretory organs?
    1. Carbondioxide.
    2. Salts.
    3. Urea.
    4. Excess water.
  46. When making a liquid thermometer, a narrow tube is used in order to
    1. read easily.
    2. make the liquid expand faster.
    3. make smaller changes in temperature.
    4. reduce evaporation.
  47. The chart below shows a simple classification of plants.
    Which one of the following correctly shows examples of the plants labelled in the chart?
       W   X   Y  
     A.   Maize   fern   cactus 
     B.  Beans   algae   toadstool 
     C.  Cactus   acacia   mushroom 
     D.  Banana   cactus  puffball
  48. The purpose of adding wood ash when preparing compost manure is to
    1. speed up the rate of decay.
    2. introduce decomposers.
    3. ensure uniform decay.
    4. supply additional nutrients.
  49. Heat from the sun reaches the earth's surface through
    1. conduction.
    2. convection.
    3. radiation.
    4. heating.
  50. Which one of the following substances can evaporate or freeze depending on temperature change?
    1. Steam.
    2. Ice.
    3. Water.
    4. Oxygen.


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


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Soma vifungu vifuatavyo. Vina nafasi 1 mpaka 15. Kwa kila nafasi umepewa Chagua jibu lifaalo zaidi kati ya yale uliyopewa.

Wanasiasa wa humu nchini sasa wametulia utadhani ___1___. Kila mwanajamii anasubiri kwa hamu na hamumu ___2___ kwa miradi mbalimbali waliyokuwa ___3___na ___4___ wao mwaka jana. Ni kweli kuwa kunao wale ambao wataziheshimu na ___5___ ahadi zao. ___6____, kunao wale ambao hata kuonekana kwao katika maeneo wanayoyawakilisha kutakuwa sawa na kuliona ___7___ hadi miaka mingine ___8___ ipite.

   A   B   C   D 
 1.   upepo wa tufani   maji ya mtungi   moto wa kifuu   maji ya bahari 
 2.  kuteketezwa  kutekelezwa   kutelekezwa   kutekelezewa 
 3.  wameahidiwa  wametendewa   wameahirishiwa   wameamuliwa 
 4.  washikadau  wapiga kura   wananchi   wawakilishi
 5.  kuzidunisha  kuziacha  kuzidhalilisha  kuzidumisha 
 6.  Kwa hivyo  Hivyo basi  Hata hivyo     Sasa basi
 7.  tone la maji    kaburi la baniani   vumbi la jangwani    ghubari la vumbi 
 8.  mitano  miwili  saba  tisa

Mchuano wa kombe la dunia mwaka uliopita ___9___ mataifa mengi ya humu barani na ya ___10___ Timu nyingi zilionyesha umahiri huku makocha wao wakizitolea maagizo. Hakuna kocha aliyetaka timu yake ___11___kwani___12___. Kipute hicho kilichoandaliwa nchini Qatar kilidhihirisha kuwa mchezo wa ___13___ huwa na mashabiki wengi zaidi. Hivi ni kutokana na ___14___ mkuu uliokuwa uwanjani. Mwisho wa kinyang'anyiro hicho, wanasoka wa Ajentina ___15___ washindi.

   A   B   C   D 
 9.   uliyavuta   uliyavutia   liliyavutia  liliyavuta 
 10.   ughaibuni   mbali   Kenya   Afrika 
 11.  ishinde   icheze   ishindwe   iongoze 
 12.  mcheza kwao hutuzwa   kazi mbi si mchezo mwema   angurumapo simba hucheza nani?  mwamba ngoma huvutia kwake 
 13.  kadanda  shoka  ngozi  kabumbu 
 14.  mlolongo  watu  timu  umayamaya
 15.  waliibuka  waliepuka  walilipuka  walikurupuka

Kutoka swali la 16 hadi 30. jibu kulingana na maagizo

  1. Mwanafunzi mkaidi alionywa ingawa hakusikia. Maneno yaliyopigiwa mistari ni 
    1. kiwakilishi, kiunganishi.
    2. kiunganishi, kiwakilishi.
    3. kivumishi, kiunganishi. 
    4. nomino, kiwakilishi.
  2. Chagua sentensi iliyo katika wakati uliopo.
    1. Mzazi alimnunulia mwanawe sare mpya.
    2. Bwana Ngao amelilima shamba lote.
    3. Wanafunzi hawaimbi darasani.
    4. Hatutasafiri hadi wiki ijayo.
  3. Bata amemdonoa duduvule katika hali ya wingi ni
    1. mabata wamewadonoa duduvule. 
    2. bata wamewadonoa duduvule. 
    3. mabata wamewadonoa maduduvule.
    4. bata wamewadonoa maduduvule.
  4. Mgomba huzaa ndizi, nao mbuni huzaa
    1. mikahawa.
    2. buni.
    3. mbuni
    4. karakara.
  5. Sehemu ya mwili inayosafirisha damu ni
    1. moyo.
    2. figo
    3. mifupa.
    4. mishipa.
  6. Chagua orodha ya vimilikishi pekee. 
    1. wa, cha, vya, la.
    2. huyu, hao, kile, huo. 
    3. yangu, kwangu, lake, lao.
    4. piga, cheza, lima, simama.
  7. Kamilisha tashbihi:
    Wanafunzi hawa ni wasiri kama
    1. kaburi.
    2. giza
    3. kondoo.
    4. mchana.
  8. Sungura ni kwa kitungule. Bata ni kwa
    1. kisuse.
    2. kisui.
    3. kiyoyo.
    4. kifaranga.
  9. Kanusha sentensi ifuatayo:
    Ungekuwa mgonjwa ungetibiwa.
    1. Hungekuwa mgonjwa hungetibiwa.
    2. Hangekuwa mgonjwa hangetibiwa.
    3. Usingekuwa mgonjwa usingetibiwa.
    4. Usingalikuwa mgonjwa usingalitibiwa.
  10. Watoto 12 222 kwa maneno ni watoto 
    1. kumi na wawili elfu, mia mbili ishirini na wawili.
    2. kumi na mbili elfu, mia mbili ishirini na mbili.
    3. kumi na wawili elfu, mia mbili ishirini na mbili.
    4. kumi na mbili elfu, mia mbili ishirini na wawili.
  11. Ni ipi hapa ni zana ya vita?
    1. Kayamba.
    2. Firimbi
    3. Nyambizi.
    4. Mkuki.
  12. Akina Pendo hupenda kujifunika 
    1. tiki.
    2. gubigubi.
    3. chekwachekwa
    4. mkikimkiki
  13. Tumia kiulizi pi kwa usahihi.
    Manukato ya mama ni
    1. ipi?
    2. yapi?
    3. zipi?
    4. upi?
  14. Tumia-ingine na -enyewe kwa usahihi.
    Ubao ________________ ulianguka sakafuni ________________.
    1. mwingine, wenyewe
    2. mwingine, yenyewe
    3. wengine, penyewe
    4. nyingine, wenyewe
  15. Je, ni neno gani lililo na silabi changamano?
    1. Mbwa
    2. Mbu
    3. Mtu
    4. Mbweha

Soma kifungu kisha ujibu maswali 31 hadi 40.   

Ilikuwa Jumamosi yenye baridi shadidi na umande uliotanda. Mashaka aliamua kuingia afisini. Aliingia bila woga wala wasiwasi, utoke wapi? Kilichomkaa akilini ni wingi wa maswali. Jambo usilolijua ni kama usiku wa giza. Moja alikuwa na hakika nalo: hakuna tamaa ya heri.

Alipoingia, alisimama mkabala na mwenye afisi, "Shikamoo bwana," akamwamkia. Aliyemwamkia hakutikisika wala kugeuka ila aliinamia jalada fulani akawa anatafakari au anasoma kitu fulani. Lo! Ishara mbaya kwa Mashaka ambaye alijikuta katikati ya chumba pasi na mwenzi wala mwenyeji. Akawa mgeni katika chumba ambacho zamani alizoea kukiingia. Alimtumbulia macho baba yake na kushangazwa na tabia yake ya kujitia hamnazo.

Hali katika afisi ilimkumbusha Mashaka siku zile alipokuwa shuleni. Kulikuwa na mwalimu mmoja mkorofi ambaye kila alipopelekewa hesabu kusahihisha, akiwa na kazi yake ya kusoma au kuandika mezani, ungesimama kwa muda mrefu kabla hajalipokea daftari lako kulisahihisha. Kisha alipolichukua kulisahihisha, ikatokea kuwa umekosea hata hesabu moja tu, basi huenda asingaligusa kabisa daftari lako. Hayo ya mwalimu yalikuwa afadhali. Bwana Juba hakumtambua hata mwanawe wa kumzaa.

Bwana Juba aliinama kwa muda jicho lake kali nyuma ya miwani-miwani iliyosimama juu ya uti wa pua-iliyoenda sawia na karatasi alizozifunua kwenye jalada. Naam, ukweli ni kuwa, Mashaka alizubaa zubezube na kuduwaa waa, asijue la kufanya. Alisimama mbele ya Bwana Juba kama mlingoti, hatikisiki, huku mikono yake kaifumbata na huku akimkagua Bwana Juba ambaye alikuwa kamvalia mwenziwe miwani ya mbao kama vile hakuwa mle afisini..

Mashaka alichukua nafasi hiyo kuukagua utukufu wa bwana yule, nao si haba! Isitoshe, jinsi afisi yenyewe ilivyopambwa, makochi ya kisasa yenye matakia manene ya kahawia, katikati meza ndogo iliyochutama na kubeba bakuli kubwa la maua, vitabu, majarida na magazeti machache yaliyopangwa hapo kwa madoido. Na matendegu je? Yalisimama tisti kwenye zulia jekundu lenye mapaku ya maua ya kutupiatupia ya manjano ambalo lilifunika sakafu nzima.

  1. Mashaka aliingia afisini akiwa
    1. ameaibika.
    2. na woga.
    3. jasiri.
    4. dhaifu.
  2. Kulingana na ufahamu, mwenye afisi alikuwa nani?
    1. Mashaka.
    2. Ndugu wa Mashaka.
    3. Baba wa Mashaka.
    4. Rafiki wa Mashaka.
  3. Jambo usilolijua ni kama usiku wa giza  ni
    1. nahau.
    2. methali.
    3. istiara.
    4. tashbihi.
  4. Ni jambo gani halikuwa la kawaida? Mashaka
    1. kupuuzwa na mwenye afisi.
    2. kutambuliwa na mwenye afisi.
    3. kuanza kuizoea afisi.
    4. kumpata asiyemjua afisini.
  5. Kulingana na Mashaka, mwalimu wao wa Hesabu alikuwa
    1. mvumilivu.
    2. mkorofi.
    3. nadhifu.
    4. makini.
  6. Mashaka alipojaribu kumwamkia mwenye afisi,
    1. Bwana Juba alikuwa akilala.
    2. kulikuwa na wageni afisini.
    3. Bwana Juba alikuwa ameinamia jalada fulani.
    4. kulikuwa na kazi nyingi zilizokuwa zikifanywa.
  7. Mashaka aliduwaa kwa sababu
    1. Bwana Juba alikuwa amehuzunika.
    2. hakuna aliyekuwa akiongea naye. 
    3. uchafu ulikuwa umetapakaa afisini. 
    4. alikuwa amepoteza matumaini.
  8. Yaelekea Mashaka alienda afisini kufanya nini?
    1. Kuonana na wafanyakazi wake.
    2. Kuongea na Bwana Juba.
    3. Kumaliza kazi yake.
    4. Kumjulia hali baba yake.
  9. Neno zulia kama lilivyotumika linaleta dhana ya
    1. kitambaa cha kupambia dirisha.
    2. aina ya kiti.
    3. kataza mtu kufanya jambo.
    4. tandiko la sakafuni.
  10. Afisi inayozungumziwa ilikuwa na
    1. viti vikuukuu.
    2. viti visivyo na thamani.
    3. pesa nyingi.
    4. viti vyenye thamani.

Soma kifungu kisha ujibu maswali 41 hadi 50.   

Utalii ni kati ya sekta muhimu sana zinazochangia ukuaji wa uchumi katika taifa la Kenya. Tunajivunia utalii, hali ya kusafiri kutoka kwako au kwenu ili kwenda kwingine kujifurahisha nafsi au hata kujifunza mambo mageni. Kuna aina mbili za utalii; utalii wa kitaifa na ule wa kimataifa. Wapo watalii wanaozuru nchi zao kujiburudisha na kujielimisha na wengine wanaovuka mipaka ya nchi zao.

Humu nchini, Mola ametutunukia mengi, mengi zaidi ya nchi nyingi duniani, hata ingawa kila nchi inacho angalau cha kujivunia. Kivutio kikuu humu nchini ni tamaduni zetu na wanyamapori. Wanyama hawa ni fahari ya nchi yetu. Wamechangia pakubwa katika ujenzi wa taifa kutokana na pesa za kigeni. Baadhi ya vivutio vingine ni maliasili mengi tuliyonayo.

Wanyama tunaojivunia nchini ni pamoja na twiga, simba, ndovu, kifaru, viboko na kadhalika. Wanyama hawa hususan huwa wanatengewa sehemu maalumu. Sehemu hizi aghalabu humilikiwa na serikali. Ili kuingia na kuwaona wanyama hawa, mtu hulazimika kulipa kiwango fulani cha pesa. Hakuna cha bwerere eti!

Licha ya kuwa wanyama hawa huletea nchi yetu sifa na faida chungu nzima, wao husababisha madhara pia. Mara kwa mara, simba wamekuwa wakitoroka mbugani. Madhara huwa wazi na huwa hayakadiriki. Simba na raia hupoteza maisha yao huku mifugo wakiwa hatarini kwani hufanywa kitoweo. Ndovu na viboko hawajaachwa nyuma. Wao huyavamia mashamba na kusababisha uharibifu mkubwa. Hali hii huleta njaa. Licha ya hali hii, tunalo jukumu la kuwalinda wanyama hawa. Tusiwe majangili tunaotafuta pembe za ndovu, na iwapo utakutana na mmoja, basi usikose kumripoti. Unahimizwa kupiga ripoti katika kituo cha polisi kilicho karibu au kupiga simu kwenda nambari 999. Moto unaowashwa misituni pia ukomeshwe. Vilevile, ukulima unaoendelezwa mbugani pia ukomeshwe. Sote tuungane pamoja tuwalinde wanyama wetu.

  1. Kulingana na aya ya kwanza,
    1. utalii ndiyo sekta ya pekee inayokuza uchumi.
    2. utalii haukuzi sana uchumi.
    3. wakenya wengi aghalabu hawajivunii utalii.
    4. utalii ni mojawapo ya sekta zinazokuza uchumi.
  2. Kulingana na kifungu,
    1. watalii ni wazungu wanaokuja nchini. 
    2. watalii hutoka nje na ndani ya nchi. 
    3. watalii daima huleta tabia mbaya nchini.
    4. hatuna mengi nchini ya kutalii.
  3. Taarifa yasema kuwa kivutio kikuu cha watalii ni
    1. maliasili na tamaduni.
    2. wanyamapori na tamaduni.
    3. wanyamapori na maliasili.
    4. tamaduni pekee.
  4. Mwandishi anaposema kuwa wanyama watengewe sehemu maalumu, bila shaka anarejelea
    1. mbuga.
    2. nyika.
    3. misitu.
    4. pori.
  5. Neno chungu kama lilivyotumika katika ufahamu lina maana ya
    1. chombo cha kupikia.
    2. inayouma.
    3. isiyo tamu.
    4. nyingi.
  6. Ni methali gani inayofaa kutoa mukhtasari wa mwanzo wa aya ya nne?
    1. Hakuna masika yasiyokuwa na mbu. 
    2. Zimwi likujualo halikuli likakuisha. 
    3. Uzuri wa mkakasi ndani kipande cha mti.
    4. Mtaka unda haneni.
  7. Hasara zinazosababishwa na wanyama si pamoja na
    1. kuvamia mashamba.
    2. kuangamiza mifugo.
    3. kusababisha vifo.
    4. kubuni nafasi za ajira.
  8. ...pembe za ndovu ni sawa na
    1. vipusa. 
    2. tembo. 
    3. mikonga.
    4. mabori.
  9. Mwandishi asema kuwa
    1. wanyama wanaovamia mashamba wanaweza kuuawa.
    2. ili kuwaona wanyama, mtalii hulipa kiingilio.
    3. nchi nyingine hazina kivutio chochote cha watalii.
    4. mifugo huwala wanyama wanaowavamia.
  10. Mwisho kabisa, msemaji anamalizia kwa
    1. lawama.
    2. kero
    3. ombi.
    4. shime.


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


The following is the beginning of a story. Complete it in your own words making it as interesting as possible.

I knew I could do anything I put my mind to. last holidays I decided to ................................


Read the passage below. It contains blank spaces numbered 1 to 15. For each blank space, choose the best answer from the choice.

It was as ___1___ as usual at the bank. ___2___had John finished his transaction than he heard a commotion coming from the other side of the room. Suddenly, a man dressed___3___ all black with a mask on, ___4___ into the bank brandishing a gun. He ___5___ everyone to get down on the floor and ___6___their valuables.

The bank customers were in a state of ___7___, some were crying and others were trying to hide___8___ the desks. John's heart was pounding as he9 on the floor.

The robber then jumped___10___ the counter, and commanded the cashiers to surrender ___11___ the money they had. ___12___ disobeyed. The robber put all the cash into a bag he had brought with him. As the robber was about to___13___ his escape, a security guard who was on duty entered the bank. The robber tried to point his gun at the guard but it was___14___late. He managed to disarm him and hold him ___15___ the police arrived.

   A   B   C   D 
 1.   busy   much busier   busier   busiest
 2.  No sooner   Immediately  Hardly   Not only 
 3.  of  on  in  with
 4.  burst  bust  bursted   busted 
 5.  exclaimed  said  asked  ordered
 6.  hand over  hand off  hand out   hand away 
 7.  worry  panic  anger  unbelief
 8.  in  over  on  under
 9.  lay  lied  laid  lie
10.   under  above  over  into
11.   all  some  a little  more
12.  Anybody  Nobody  Somebody   Everybody
13.  make  take  do  run
14.  really  so  very  too
15.  as  when  until  while


In questions 16 to 18, choose the word that means the same as the underlined words.

  1. The new teacher doesn't put up with poor performance.
    1. understand
    2. tolerate
    3. condemn
    4. encourage
  2. The villagers managed to extinguish the fire.
    1. put down
    2. put off
    3. put away
    4. put out
  3. The twins obviously take after their mother.
    1. admire
    2. follow
    3. resemble
    4. imitate

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

  1. It was _________________ hot to stand in the sun.
    1. so
    2. rather
    3. too
    4. very
  2. He prefers chicken stew
    1. to beef stew.
    2. than beef stew.
    3. for beef stew.
    4. but beef stew.

In questions 21 and 22, select the correct arrangement to make sensible paragraphs.

    1. Moreover, a strict routine and discipline to practice is mandatory. 
    2. One must be willing to be pushed beyond their limits.
    3. To succeed in sports is a dream for many but a reality for few. 
    4. In the end, the mind and the body get into the right shape for success.
      1. (iii), (ii), (i), (iv) 
      2. (iii), (ii), (iv), (i)
      3. (iii), (i), (iv), (ii)
      4. (iii), (i), (ii), (iv)
    1. Maria and I have been great friends.
    2. We met last week for the first time in four years and it was like we never separated.
    3. It wasn't difficult to connect due to our shared interest in music.
    4. As fate would have it, we separated in the fourth Grade.
      1. (i), (ii), (iii), (iv)
      2. (i), (iv), (iii), (ii)
      3. (i), (iii), (iv), (ii)
      4. (i), (ii), (iv), (iii)

In questions 23 to 25. select the best alternative to fill the blank spaces.

  1. We bought _____________________ dolls
    1. two other new small plastic 
    2. two other small new plastic
    3. two small new plastic other
    4. other two new small plastic
  2. The _________________ pit was dug for rubbish disposal.
    1. feet-ten
    2. ten-feet
    3. ten-foot
    4. foot-ten
  3. Mbugua was exempted _________________________ doing the work because he was ill.
    1. off
    2. from
    3. at
    4. with

Read the passage below and answer questions 26 to 38.

Whatever it was that prompted me to go to Singapore is very trivial. In fact it was an afterthought that I didn't really plan for. The most important thing was that I learnt the meaning of loneliness and the fear of getting into the unknown. I should say that it did me a world of good.

On the twenty-fifth of February this year, I was crossing into another foreign country to "seek my fortune". With the passport in my hand, I glanced over the number of stamps on the page. Suddenly, a feeling of fear overcame me. How in the world am I going to find my way in Singapore? I knew I could not retreat because I had taken up the job of a home-teacher! And all my life, my interest had never been in teaching!

So with a brave heart, I ventured into the Lion City. I was first assigned a home in Tiong, a place I had never heard of before. I consoled myself that it was difficult to get lost here, especially with the efficient bus service. When I finally reached my destination, my expectations were ruined when I was confronted with the buildings that looked the same. The flats stood up like great giants looking down at me, perhaps laughing their heads off at my helplessness. As it was already seven o'clock in the evening, I walked aimlessly in the area. People, young and old, males and females came and went, but they seemed to be more in a hurry than I was. Where they were going, I had not the faintest idea. The careless attitude in them made me sick. There I stood, and I would stand there forever if I did not venture to take the initiative myself. I picked up my courage and walked slowly to the next block.

Rather unwillingly, I asked a passing boy about the whereabouts of the assigned home. He pointed to a block nearby. Feeling relieved, I walked towards the block and realized that it was really the correct one. I hurriedly walked towards the nearest lift. Before long, I was on my way to the seventh floor. At long last, I reached my destination. For me then, happiness was having found the place! I looked at my watch. It showed just a few minutes after eight. Now I realized the one-hour of fruitless search in the dark had seemed like eternity!

Now not only do I know what loneliness really is. Now I know what fear is like. Fear and loneliness only exist when you are in the unknown. When the unknown is opened to you, automatically, fear and loneliness vanish.

  1. According to the first paragraph, the writer 
    1. had really wanted to go to Singapore.
    2. had a long desire to visit Singapore. 
    3. had elaborate plan for the visit to Singapore.
    4. did not put much thought into the visit to Singapore.
  2. What does the phrase seek my fortune mean?
    1. Looking for a job.
    2. Finding a means of livelihood. 
    3. Trying to survive alone.
    4. Gaining more experience.
  3. We can conclude that the writer felt fear because
    1. he did not know how to find his way in the new country.
    2. he did not have anything to do in Singapore.
    3. he was already feeling the loneliness. 
    4. it was the first time to travel outside his country.
  4. The writer could not get back because he had
    1. nowhere else to go.
    2. already crossed the border.
    3. already taken up a teaching job.
    4. started home-teaching already.
  5. From the passage, we can say that the writer 
    1. had been teaching in this country.
    2. had never been keen on teaching. 
    3. found teaching an interesting career.
    4. was looking forward to home-teaching.
  6. Tiong was
    1. a place in Lion City.
    2. a city next to Lion City.
    3. familiar to the writer.
    4. a school where the writer worked.
  7. The writer thought it was not easy to lose his way in Tiong because
    1. it was a small area.
    2. the area had a good bus service.
    3. the area had many buses.
    4. the writer had visited the area before.
  8. What confronted the writer the moment he got to Tiong? The
    1. houses looked very big.
    2. houses had similar colours.
    3. houses appeared the same. 
    4. area was very new to him.
  9. It is true to sat that the
    1. writer was in a hurry like everyone else.
    2. town people walked towards the same direction.
    3. town people did not care about the writer
    4. people in the town were just roaming the streets.
  10. The word aimlessly as used in the passage implies that the writer was walking
    1. leisurely to pass the time.
    2. to no particular destination. 
    3. slowly and lazily.
    4. hurriedly to his destination.
  11. What did the writer decide to do to find the assigned-home?
    1. He asked everyone at the nearby blocks. 
    2. He asked his way from a young boy.
    3. He looked around and saw it.
    4. One of his students pointed him the way.
  12. We can conclude that when the writer reached his destination, he felt
    1. surprised.
    2. amazed
    3. relaxed.
    4. relieved.
  13. Which of the following is the most suitable title for the passage?
    1. Facing the fear of the unknown.
    2. Travelling to Singapore.
    3. Lost in Tiong.
    4. Fear and loneliness.

Read the following passage and answer questions 39 to 50.   

Self-esteem is a crucial aspect of one's mental and emotional well-being. It is the belief and confidence one has in their own abilities and self-worth. A person with healthy self-esteem feels positive about themselves, their abilities and their future. They trust their own abilities and feel capable of handling the challenges that life throws their way. However, when self-esteem is low, it can lead to negative thoughts and feelings, such as self-doubt, self-criticism, and a lack of confidence. This can contribute to mental health issues such as depression and anxiety.

Low self-esteem can manifest in various ways, such as constantly seeking validation from others, avoiding new experiences and opportunities or feeling inadequate in social situations. This can have a detrimental impact on one's relationships, career and overall life satisfaction. Building and maintaining a healthy self-esteem is essential for living a fulfilling life.

There are several ways to improve self-esteem. One of the most important is to practice self- compassion. Treating oneself with kindness and understanding is essential for building self-esteem. When working or studying, set realistic goals and celebrate small successes. This builds one's confidence and boosts self-esteem.

Surrounding oneself with positive and supportive people can provide a sense of validation and encouragement, which can help to build self-esteem. Engaging in activities and hobbies that bring joy and a sense of accomplishment can also be beneficial for self-esteem. Additionally, changing negative thought patterns and learning to challenge limiting beliefs can help to improve self-esteem. Finally, practising mindfulness and self-reflection can help one to understand themselves better, which can lead to a deeper sense of self-worth and confidence.

It is important to remember that self-esteem is not a fixed trait and can fluctuate over time. It is an ongoing process of self-awareness, self-care and self-improvement. Seeking help from a therapist or counsellor can be beneficial in addressing and improving self-esteem. With effort and determination, anyone can improve their self-esteem and live a happier, more fulfilling life.

  1. Self-esteem emphasizes on the belief and confidence in
    1. personal abilities and self-worth. 
    2. appearance end self-worth 
    3. intelligence and own abilities 
    4. one's happiness and self-worth.
  2. A person with a healthy self-esteem should be
    1. pessimistic.
    2. uncertain
    3. doubtful.
    4. optimistic.
  3. All the following statements are true about self-esteem. Which one is not?!t 
    1. helps one to deal with challenges 
    2. makes one be sure of one's abilities
    3. makes one proud of past success.
    4. makes one certain of one's future.
  4. How can one know that people have low self-esteem? They
    1. doubt and criticize themselves.
    2. feel positive about themselves.
    3. have some confidence.
    4. do away with negative feelings.
  5. Depression and anxiety are caused by 
    1. a healthy self-esteem.
    2. mental diseases.
    3. anger and stress.
    4. a low self-esteem.
  6. The word constantly means that same as
    1. continually.
    2. sometimes
    3. rarely.
    4. occasionally.
  7. A poor self-esteem can negatively impact all the following except one's
    1. fulfillment.
    2. concentration.
    3. occupation.
    4. relationships.
  8. Self-compassion is treating oneself with
    1. understanding and criticism. 
    2. kindness and care.
    3. satisfaction and understanding.
    4. understanding and kindness.
  9. ...realistic goals are goals that 
    1. are easy to achieve.
    2. one is able to achieve. 
    3. are difficult to achieve.
    4. everybody has set.
  10. Friends can boost one's self-esteem by
    1. validating and encouraging us.
    2. setting realistic goals for us.
    3. celebrating small successes with us. 
    4. having confidence in their abilities.
  11. Practising mindfulness and self-reflection helps one to
    1. change negative thoughts. 
    2. remove limiting beliefs.
    3. understand oneself better.
    4. have a sense of fulfillment.
  12. It is the writer's opinion that
    1. everybody has a high self-esteem. 
    2. it is very difficult to develop self-esteem.
    3. one's self-esteem remains constant. 
    4. anybody can develop high self-esteem.


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


  1. What is 6 409 586 written in words?
    1. Six million, four hundred and ninety thousand, five hundred and eighty six. 
    2. Six million, forty nine thousand, five hundred and eighty six.
    3. Six million, four hundred and nine thousand, five hundred and eighty six. 
    4. Sixty four million, nine thousand, five hundred and eighty six.
  2. Round off 18 568 379 to the nearest millions.
    1. 18 600 000
    2. 19 000 000
    3. 18 570 000
    4. 20 000 000
  3. What is the place value of digit 1 in the product of 38 and 27?
    1. Tens of thousands.
    2. Thousands.
    3. Hundreds.
    4. Tens.
  4. What is the value of:
    16 (42 − 39) + 36 ÷ 3?
              4 x 3
    1. 3
    2. 2
    3. 8
    4. 5
  5. Which one of the following statements is true about numbers that are divisible by 11?
    1. If the last three digits are divisible by eleven.
    2. If the sum of the digits is a multiple of eleven.
    3. If the difference of the sum of the alternate digits is a multiple of eleven. 
    4. If the last two digits are divisible by eleven.
  6. What is the total value of digit 8 in the number 9 785 246?
    1. Eighty thousands 
    2. Eight million
    3. Eight thousands
    4. Eight hundred
  7. Which of the following numbers is divisible by both 9 and 6?
    1. 45 649
    2. 41 059
    3. 42 369
    4. 47 304
  8. Three bells ring at intervals of 15 minutes, 24 minutes and 30 minutes. After how long will the bells ring together again?
    1. 180 minutes
    2. 120 minutes
    3. 60 minutes
    4. 90 minutes
  9. Martin sold eggs at a certain shop from 10" January to 10 March, 2020. For how many days altogether did he sell the eggs?
    1. 62 days
    2. 59 days
    3. 60 days
    4. 61 days
  10. Flour is packed in 2.5kg packets. If the weight of the flour in the packet is increased by 20%, what would be the new weight of the packet?
    1. 3 kg
    2. 1.5 kg
    3. 3.125 kg
    4. 4.5 kg
  11. What is 5/8(24m+32n) + 3/7(21m − 14n) expressed in its simplest form?
    1. 24m + 26n
    2. 24m − 26n
    3. 24m + 14n
    4. 24 − 14n
  12. What is the next number in the number pattern below?
    169, 150, 133, 120, 109,_________
    1. 100
    2. 102
    3. 98
    4. 105
  13. The area of a square seed bed is 361 square metres. What is the length of one side of the seed bed?
    1. 21m
    2. 11m
    3. 91m
    4. 19m
  14. Musa bought the following items from a kiosk:
    18 tomatoes at 3 tomatoes per sh. 20
    1½kg of onions @ sh.40.00
    5 avocadoes @ sh. 20.00
    3 piles of carrots for sh. 100
    He paid for the items using a sh. 500 note. |2 What balance did he get?
    1. Sh. 120.00
    2. Sh. 240.00
    3. Sh. 380.00
    4. Sh. 160.00
  15. Otieno packed 120kg of sugar into ¾ kg packets. How many packets did he obtain?
    1. 90
    2. 150
    3. 160
    4. 240
  16. In the figure below, lines AB, BC, CD and AD are equal. AB is parallel to DC and AD is parallel to BC.
    Which one of the following is not a property of the quadrilateral above?
    1. Diagonals bisect the interior angles equally.
    2. The sum of interior angles adds up to 180°
    3. Diagonals are varied and bisect each other at 90°
    4. Opposite angles are equal.
  17. What is the square root of 333/64?
    1. 13/8
    2. 33/8
    3. 27/8
    4. 17/8
  18. The area of the trapezium ABCD shown below is 164cm2
    What is the length of line DC?
    1. 26cm
    2. 24cm
    3. 16cm
    4. 18cm
  19. Wanjiku bought x oranges and Wanjiru bought 2x + 3 oranges. Muthoni bought twice as many oranges as both Wanjiku and Wanjiru. Which one of the following expressions shows the total number of oranges they bought? 
    1. 9x + 6
    2. 9x − 6
    3. 9x + 9
    4. 9x − 9
  20. The perimeter of a square garden is 48 metres. What is the area of the garden in square metres?
    1. 2 304m2
    2. 144m2
    3. 234m2
    4. 288m2
  21. A bus left Busia for Nairobi at 2035 hours on Wednesday. The journey took 11 hours 45 minutes. At what time and day did it reach Nairobi?
    1. 2020 hrs, Wednesday 
    2. 2020 hrs, Thursday
    3. 0820hrs, Wednesday 
    4. 0820hrs, Thursday
  22. What is the value off in the equation below?
    2(2t − 5) = 3(3t −15)
    1. 7
    2. 3
    3. 9
    4. 5
  23. What is the value of angle a in the figure below?
    1. 140°
    2. 100°
    3. 150°
    4. 110°
  24. Karisa had the following amounts of money in his saving box.
     Value of the note    50   100   200   500 
     No. of notes  32   18   16   4
    How much money did he have altogether in the saving box?
    1. Sh. 6 800
    2. Sh. 8,600
    3. Sh. 5 400
    4. Sh. 10 200
  25. Which one of the following sets of measurements will form a right angled triangle when drawn?
    1. 5cm 12cm, 17cm
    2. 8cm, 40cm, 41cm 
    3. 7cm, 24cm, 25cm
    4. 7cm, 15cm, 17cm
  26. Chebet and Cheptoo shared the profit from the sale of a cow in the ratio 3:5. If the difference in the profit was sh. 18 000, how much profit did Cheptoo receive?
    1. Sh. 27 000 
    2. Sh. 72 000
    3. Sh. 45 000
    4. Sh. 9 000
  27. Construct triangle PNM in which line MN=7cm, angle MNP 50° and angle NPM=70°. Draw a circle that touches points P, N and M. Measure the diameter of the circle.
    1. 3.8cm
    2. 1.1cm
    3. 1.9cm
    4. 7.6cm
  28. What is the total value of digit 2 in the decimal number 4.3286?
    1. 2/10
    2. 2/100
    3. 2/1000
    4. 2/10000
  29. What is 18/25 as a percentage?
    1. 18%
    2. 60%
    3. 72%
    4. 85%
  30. In a certain month, a businessman made a profit of sh. 16 000. In the following month, his profit decreased to sh. 14 000. Calculate the percentage decrease in the profit.
    1. 12.5%
    2. 20%
    3. 88.5%
    4. 25%
  31. Juma's bicycle wheel has a radius of 28cm. How many revolutions will it make to cover a distance of 6.16km?
    1. 35
    2. 350
    3. 35 000
    4. 3 500
  32. The diagram below represents Rono's plot of land in the shape of a parallelogram.
    What is the area of the land in hectares?
    1. 2.88
    2. 1.92
    3. 0.96
    4. 1.44
  33. Lorna deposited sh. 240 000 at a financial institution that paid simple interest at the rate of 5% p.a. How much money had her money earned as interest at the end of three years?
    1. Sh. 276 000 
    2. Sh. 277 830
    3. Sh. 36 000
    4. Sh. 37 830
  34. A closed cylindrical tank has a radius of 3.5 metres and a height of 2.5 metres. What is the surface area of the tank in square metres?
    1. 93.5
    2. 132
    3. 55
    4. 96.25
  35. Mutai paid sh. 8 075 for a radio after getting a 5% discount on the marked price. What was the marked price of the radio?
    1. Sh. 8 500
    2. Sh. 7 650
    3. Sh. 425
    4. Sh. 8250
  36. A milk factory was supplied with 4 000 litres of milk by some farmers. The milk was then packed into 2 -decilitre packets. How many packets were obtained?
    1. 200 000
    2. 200
    3. 2000
    4. 20.000
  37. A rectangular fish pond measures 8 metres by 6.5 metres. All round is planted grass at an equal margin of 0.5 metres. Calculate the area under grass.
    1. 52m2
    2. 67.5m2
    3. 15.5m2
    4. 7.5m2
  38. An open rectangular tank measures 5.2 metres long, 3.5 metres wide and 1.8 metres high. Calculate the surface area of the tank.
    1. 32.76 m2
    2. 49.52m2
    3. 18.72 m2
    4. 67.72 m2
  39. What is the product of the edges and the vertices of an open rectangular prism?
    1. 48
    2. 60
    3. 72
    4. 96
  40. A road measuring 3cm on a map has an actual distance of 4.5km. What is the scale used in drawing the map?
    1. 1:150 000
    2. 1:1 500 000
    3. 1:15 000
    4. 1:1 500
  41. The stack of cubes below is incomplete.
    How many more cubes are required to make it complete?
    1. 96
    2. 180
    3. 84
    4. 69
  42. Michelle covered a distance of 540km in 3 hours. What was her average speed in m/s?
    1. 180m/s
    2. 25m/s
    3. 90 m/s
    4. 50m/s
  43. Eight men working at the same rate can complete digging in 12 hours. How many hours will it take six of the men to complete the same work?
    1. 9
    2. 16
    3. 18
    4. 10
  44. In one month, a car agent sold 5 cars at sh. 800 000 each. He earns a 5% commission on the sale of a car. How much did he earn that month?
    1. Sh. 40 000
    2. Sh. 4 000 000
    3. Sh. 200 000
    4. Sh. 400 000
  45. On a certain day, a shopkeeper sold 24kg of sugar, 15kg of maize flour, 9kg of wheat flour and 6kg of rice. If these items were to be represented in a pie chart, what angle would represent the mass of maize flour?
    1. 100°
    2. 40°
    3. 160°
    4. 60°
  46. Kioko bought a TV set on hire purchase terms. He paid a deposit of sh. 2 500. The remaining amount was paid in 5 equal monthly instalments. He paid a total of sh. 10 200. How much was each monthly instalment? 
    1. Sh 1 450.00 
    2. Sh. 2 040.00
    3. Sh. 1 820.00
    4. Sh. 1 540.00 
  47. A cylindrical tank has a height of 2.8 metres and a diameter of 2.1 metres. How many litres can it hold when full?
    1. 97 020ℓ
    2. 9 702ℓ
    3. 970.2ℓ
    4. 97.02ℓ
  48. Kipruto is paid sh. 6 000 after working for 20 days. How much money would he be paid if he works for 14 days?
    1. Sh. 10 200
    2. Sh. 8 400
    3. Sh. 4 200
    4. Sh. 5-400
  49. The mean of five number is 10. Four of the numbers are 8, 12, 6 and 13. What is the fifth number.
    1. 11
    2. 9
    3. 15
    4. 12

The bar graph below shows pairs of shoes with their sizes that were sold in a certain week.


  1. How many pairs of shoes that were size 5 and above were sold in that week?
    1. 210
    2. 155
    3. 125
    4. 105


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


  1. Which one of the following shows a 2 dimensional letter?
  2. A Grade 6 boy drew a picture like the one shown below.
    The type of drawing drawn above is known as
    1. memory drawing.
    2. still life drawing.
    3. stationary drawing.
    4. virtual drawing.
  3. Which of the following lists consists of two secondary colours and one primary colour?
    1. Orange, green, red.
    2. Green, purple, orange.
    3. Yellow, red, blue.
    4. Blue, green, red.
  4. Paraffin wax and bees wax are used in
    1. crayon etching.
    2. cross hatching.
    3. smudge technique.
    4. painting.
  5. Which one of the following items can be made by carving?
  6.  A teacher drew a form like the one below.
    Which of the following techniques did the teacher use to show shading effect?
    1. Cross hatching.
    2. Smudge
    3. Crayon etching.
    4. Collage.
  7. A sculpture can be carved using
    1. plasticine.
    2. clay.
    3. plastic.
    4. wood.
  8. Which one of the following indigenous crafts can be made using plain and twine technique?
  9. A puppet like the one drawn below was drawn on a classroom chart.
    The type of puppet drawn is called a
    1. glove puppet.
    2. marionette.
    3. rod puppet.
    4. stick puppet.
  10. All the following are elements of photography. Which one is not?
    1. Focus.
    2. Composition
    3. Lightning.
    4. Framing.


  1. A traditional dancer was seen marking her face and body with red clay. This is called
    1. body tattooing.
    2. costuming.
    3. body adornment
    4. performing.
  2. Percussion instruments produce sound when
    1. blown or plucked.
    2. shaken or blown.
    3. plucked or shaken.
    4. hit or shaken.
  3. Below is a wind instrument called abu.
    Which of the following communities plays the musical instrument drawn above?
    1. Mijikenda.
    2. Luo
    3. Abagusii.
    4. Agikuyu.
  4. Which one of the following elements of a folk song is the most important?
    1. Message.
    2. Instrumentation
    3. Participants.
    4. Occasion.
  5. A traditional dancer made a hat using cartons and feathers in readiness for a dance The hat he made is an example of
    1. instruments.
    2. clothes
    3. costumes.
    4. props.
  6. Which one of the following lines is not found in the Kenya National Anthem? 
    1. Kila siku tuwe na shukrani.
    2. Raha tupate na ustawi.
    3. Natulinde uhuru na amani.
    4. Nasi tujitoe kwa nguvu.
  7. Which of the following symbols shows a minim?
  8. Which of the following parts of a drum is adjusted to tune it?
    1. Lace.
    2. membrane
    3. Foot.
    4. Resonator.
  9. Which of the following lines is found in the last verse of the East African Community Anthem?
    1. Tuwezeshe kuishi kwa amani. 
    2. Umoja wetu ni nguzo yetu.
    3. Natulinde uhuru na amani.
    4. Tufanye kazi sote kwa makini.
  10. Body movements used to show the meanings of words or ideas in a song are called
    1. moods.
    2. tones
    3. dictions.
    4. gestures.


  1. In African traditional education,
    1. children learnt through the internet.
    2. teachers gave their learners notes to read.
    3. elders taught the young ones through story telling.
    4. group discussions were held in classrooms.
  2. Who among the following school administrators is at the highest hierarchy in a public primary school in Kenya?
    1. Senior teacher.
    2. Class teacher.
    3. Deputy head teacher. 
    4. Head teacher.
  3. Who among the following is not among the Western Bantus?
    1. Akamba.
    2. Abakuria
    3. Abaluhya.
    4. Abagusii.
  4. Which one of the following means of communication is audio-visual?
  5. All the following are tourist attractions in Kenya except
    1. language groups.
    2. cultural activities.
    3. natural sceneries.
    4. wildlife.
  6. Which one of the following is not a way through which tourism has contributed to the economy of our country?
    1. Promoting local industries.
    2. Providing basic needs to families in the land.
    3. Earning the country foreign exchange. 
    4. Promoting cultural services.
  7. Which of the following road signs is likely to be found near the gate of a school?
  8. Which of the following lists shows crops that can be grown under horticulture?
    1. Coffee, maize, sugarcane.
    2. Grass, onions, rice.
    3. Pumpkins, sisal, tea.
    4. Tomatoes, cabbages, kales
  9. Some Grade six learners were asked to name some resources found in our country:
    Osman - museums
    Aisha - lakes
    Rajab -  minerals
    Maimuna - forests
    Who among the learners was not correct?
    1. Maimuna.
    2. Aisha.
    3. Rajab
    4. Osman.
  10. Below is a method of inland fishing in Kenya.
    The fishing method shown above is called
    1. long lining.
    2. purse seining.
    3. trawling.
    4. harpooning.
  11. Dairy fanning is important in our country because
    1. farmers keep different breeds of dairy cattle.
    2. farmers are able to earn a living.
    3. every citizen uses dairy products on a daily basis.
    4. dairy farmers are able to give loans to young farmers at no interest.

Use the map of Kenya below to answer questions 32-35.    


  1. The country marked X is most likely to be
    1. Ethiopia.
    2. South Sudan.
    3. Somalia.
    4. Tanzania.
  2. The physical feature marked L is
    1. a swamp.
    2. an ocean
    3. a lake.
    4. a river.
  3. The National park marked S is called
    1. Sibiloi.
    2. Malka Mari
    3. Losai.
    4. Meru.
  4. The lake marked R is shared by three of the following countries except
    1. Kenya.
    2. Rwanda
    3. Tanzania.
    4. Uganda.


  1. During the baptism of Jesus, which of the following events did not take place? 
    1. Heaven opened
    2. Holy Spirit came down in form of a dove.
    3. A voice came from heaven.
    4. Temple curtains were torn.
  2. Preparation for the coming of the Messiah was the main preaching of
    1. pharisees.
    2. John
    3. Jesus.
    4. Jews.
  3. When Jesus fed a multitude, He portrayed His
    1. power over nature.
    2. compassion for the needy. 
    3. power over death.
    4. faith in His father.
  4. Which of the following books of the Bible is in the Old Testament?
    1. Acts
    2. Titus
    3. Haggai
    4. Thessalonians
  5. Jesus showed His power over nature when He
    1. calmed the storm.
    2. healed a paralysed man.
    3. performed miracies.
    4. raised the dead.
  6. The parable of Jesus about the lost sheep teaches Christians
    1. the value of attending church services. 
    2. about the recovery of the lost human beings.
    3. about the importance of keeping property safely.
    4. the value of tending well to domestic animals.
  7. Happy are those who work for peace,
    1. for they will see God.
    2. God will be merciful to them.
    3. God will call them His children.
    4. God will grant them peace.
  8. Which Christian value did king Solomon put into use when ruling?
    1. Obedience.
    2. Patience
    3. Trust.
    4. Wisdom.
  9. Who among the following were the first to know about the birth of Jesus Christ?
    1. Sherpherds.
    2. jews
    3. Pharisees
    4. Kings Herod and Pilate.
  10. The contest at mount Carmel was between the prophets of Baal and
    1. Elisha.
    2. Jesus
    3. angels.
    4. Elijah.
  11. The act of deciding not to revenge is called
    1. unity.
    2. forgiveness
    3. sympathy.
    4. weakness.
  12. Bartimaeous was healed by Jesus mainly because of his
    1. faith.
    2. blindness
    3. courage.
    4. patience.
  13. As Grade 6 pupils were out for break, Murefu was seen by Njiwa taking something from their class teacher's hand bag. As a Christian, what was the best action for Njiwa to take?
    1. Report him to his parents.
    2. Tell the class about it.
    3. Tell him to stop and also effects of such acts.
    4. Share whatever Murefu took with him.
  14. Which among the following is not a form of child labour?
    1. A Grade five boy sweeping their classroom.
    2. A twelve year old girl taking care of a baby for a pay.
    3. A Grade 6 boy working in a quarry for a pay.
    4. A seventeen year old boy working in a shop for a pay.
  15. When Jesus healed the ten lepers, how many were thankful?
    1. None of them.
    2. Nine.
    3. One.
    4. All of them.


  1. Which one of the following attributes of Allah means All forgiving?
    1. Al-Haafidh.
    2. Al-Ghafar.
    3. Al-Aalim.
    4. Al-Malik,
  2. Which one of the following is not a characteristic of angels? Angels
    1. can change form.
    2. were created from light.
    3. can either be males or females.
    4. do not have parents.
  3. Which one of the following is a miracle performed by prophet Musa (AS)?
    1. He had clear signs of Allah's mercy on him.
    2. Turning a rod into a snake.
    3. His hand shone like the moon when he put it in his armpits.
    4. Raising the dead.
  4. Muslims can earn thawabs when they
    1. pray once per day.
    2. perform swalahs correctly.
    3. fast everyday.
    4. visit Makka yearly.
  5. Taraweh is a baadiyah swalah performed during the month of
    1. Ramadhan.
    2. Dhulhijja.
    3. Shabaan.
    4. Muharram.
  6. All the following are optional prayers. Which one is not?
    1. Fajr.
    2. Qabliyah.
    3. Tarawch.
    4. Baadiyah.
  7. Which among the following surahs is correctly matched with its meaning?
    1. Al-Kawthar     a river in paradise
    2. Al-Maun         the Quraish
    3. Al-Fyl             the dawn
    4. Al-Massad     the cursed
  8. We should always be grateful to Allah for everything that He continues to bless us with. This is a lesson from surah
    1. An-Nas.
    2. Al-Kawthar.
    3. Al-Baqarah.
    4. Al-Lahab.
  9. The first pillar of Islam is
    1. swalah.
    2. hijja
    3. zakat.
    4. shahadah.
  10. According to the prophet's hadith on knowledge, seeking knowledge is a must for
    1. all.
    2. elders.
    3. males.
    4. females.
  11. There are ________________ categories of Najasaat.
    1. four
    2. three
    3. two
    4. five
  12. It is an obligation of parents to
    1. provide entertainment to their children.
    2. provide basic needs to their children. 
    3. do homework for their children.
    4. buy modern games for their children.
  13. Abdul's father bought him a smartphone. As a Muslim, Abdul should not
    1. download qasweeda using his smartphone.
    2. send abusive pictures to his friends. 
    3. Share Qura'n verses in the whatsapp group.
    4. send seasons greetings to his friends.
  14. Which of the following acts is forbidden in Islam?
    1. Working in a bank.
    2. Fishing.
    3. Begging.
    4. Working in a salon.
  15. How many khutbahs are there in Idd swalah?
    1. 7
    2. 5
    3. 3
    4. 2


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


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


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


  1. Which of the following lists consists of materials that decompose easily only?
    1. Metal, wood, leaf.
    2. Plastic, maize stalk, nail.
    3. Leaf, wood, maize stalk.
    4. Pin, log, wood.
  2. Which one of the following is not a waterbone disease?
    1. Malaria.
    2. Typhoid
    3. Cholera.
    4. Bilharzia.
  3. Which of the following computing devices can be double clicked to open an icon on a computer?
  4. In which of the following levers do we get the load between the effort and the fulcrum?
    1. Clawhammer.
    2. Broom.
    3. Fishing rod.
    4. Wheelbarrow.
  5. Which of the following shows a crowbar?
  6. One afternoon, Kantai was typing an e- mail on the computer. In which part of the computer was his work displayed? On the
    1. CPU.
    2. keyboard
    3. printer.
    4. VDU.
  7. In a certain habitat, an animal with the following characteristics was spotted:
    1. Its body was covered with fur. 
    2. It had a constant body temperature. 
    3. It was an egg-laying mammal.
    4. It had mammary glands.
      Which of the following animals was likely to have been seen?
      1. Bat.
      2. Bird.
      3. Spiny anteater.
      4. Tortoise.
  8. The following are steps when typing a document but not in their correct order:
    1. Edit
    2. Type
    3. Save
    4. Print
      Which of the following is the correct order of the steps?
      1. i, ii, iii, iv
      2. i, ii, iv, iii
      3. ii, iii, i, iv
      4. ii, i, iii, iv
  9. The diagram below shows the breathing system.
    Which two parts perform the same function?
    1. Q and R
    2. P and O
    3. R and P
    4. Q and O
  10. The diagram below represents the digestive system.
    Digestion ends in the part marked
    1. P
    2. O
    3. M
    4. N
  11. Which of the following sense organs is responsible for sight?
    1. Ears.
    2. Nose
    3. Eyes.
    4. Skin.
  12. A group of learners made a set up like the one shown below.
    What was the group of learners investigating?
    1. Heat transfer in gases. 
    2. Convection in liquids. 
    3. Heat transfer in solids. 
    4. Convection in gases.
  13. Which of the following phases of the moon shows the new moon?
  14.  Study the illustration below.
    Condensation is represented by letter
    1. H
    2. F
    3. E
    4. G
  15. Which of the following can be used to detect acids and bases?
    1. Cotton wool.
    2. Manila paper.
    3. Copper wire.
    4. Litmus paper.


  1. Which one of the following may not be needed when making a scarecrow?
    1. Old clothes.
    2. Strings
    3. Sticks.
    4. Glue.
  2. Which one of the following is not a way of conserving water in the farm?
    1. Pruning.
    2. Shading
    3. Mulching.
    4. Cover-cropping.
  3. Taking seedlings from a nursery bed to the main farm is called
    1. transplanting.
    2. transporting.
    3. transforming. 
    4. translocating.
  4. Which of the following gardening tools can be used to collect dry grass?
  5. Which of the following crops is correctly matched with its type?
    1. Onion - vegetable
    2. Kales - cereal
    3. Wheat - legume
    4. Cucumber - fruit
  6. All the following are indigenous food crops. Which one is not?
    1. Yams.
    2. Cassava
    3. Sweet.
    4. Irish potatoes.
  7. Choose a pair of domestic animals that provides only one food product to human beings.
    1. Sheep and goats.
    2. Camels and cows.
    3. Pigs and sheep.
    4. Donkeys and dogs.
  8. Fruit trees in the nursery bed can be cared for by all the following ways except
    1. watering
    2. harvesting
    3. weeding.
    4. thinning.
  9. Which of the following shows an innovative gardening project? 
  10. Which one of the following is not an example of poultry?
    1. Duck.
    2. Scarecrow.
    3. Turkey.
    4. Goose.


  1. A launder saw a care label like the one drawn below on a garment.
    What does the care label mean?
    1. Use hot iron.
    2. Use cold iron.
    3. Do not iron.
    4. Iron in a shade.
  2. A certain patient was diagnosed with te following signs and symptoms.
    1. Change in skiss and hair colour
    2. Pot belly.
    3. Retarded growth.
    4. Swollen body parts.
      The disease described above can best be prevented by eating plenty of
      1. maize.
      2. vegetables.
      3. eggs.
      4. fruits.
  3. Which one of the following is not a nutritional deficiency disorder?
    1. Kwashiorkor.
    2. Typhoid
    3. Rickets.
    4. Marasmus.
  4. Which of the following needle work tools shows a tape measure?
  5. A teacher carried a sufuria to class and asked some learners what the sufuria was made of:
    Kombo:  plastic
    Chonjo:  wood
    Gombo:  clay
    Pondo:   metal
    Who among the learners was correct?
    1. Kombo
    2. Gombo
    3. Pondo
    4. Chonjo
  6. Which one of the following foods cannot be cooked using dry fat frying method?
    1. Maize.
    2. meat
    3. Fish.
    4. Bacon.
  7. The following changes take place in pre- adolescent girls except
    1. broadening of hips.
    2. growth of hair under the, arms.
    3. onset of wet dreams.
    4. breast development.
  8. Cereals can be preserved in 
    1. refrigerators.
    2. water.
    3. polythenes. 
    4. sacks.
  9. Which of the following foods contains proteins?
  10. Below is a kitchen equipment.
    The equipment above can be cleaned using
    1. charcoal powder.
    2. steelwool.
    3. egg shells.
    4. powdery soil.


  1. Elongated start and medium start are normally applied in
    1. kabaddi.
    2. rounders
    3. frisbee.
    4. athletics.
  2. When practicing handwalk, the weight of the body rests on the
    1. feet.
    2. hands
    3. knees.
    4. shoulders.
  3. The area where high jumpers land after the flight is called the
    1. runway. 
    2. take off board.
    3. landing pit.
    4. loading area.
  4. Which one of the following can be used for hand juggling?
    1. Sand
    2. Sawdust
    3. Rope
    4. Ball
  5. Below is a player practising a game.
    The player drawn above is likely to be practising
    1. Javelin.
    2. Shotput.
    3. Relays.
    4. Athletics.
  6. Which of the following equipment is associated with volleyball?
  7. Which one of the following is not a reason for drinking water during games? Water
    1. regulates the rate of our heartbeat.
    2. lubricates out joints.
    3. forms saliva.
    4. regulates the body temperature.
  8. All the following are related to frisbee. Which one is not?
    1. Double bounce.
    2. One-handed rim catch.
    3. Fore hand throw.
    4. Back hand throw.
  9. During the kneeling overhead throw, in which position is the ball?
    1. In front of the thrower.
    2. Behind the thrower.
    3. Above the thrower's head.
    4. Between the thrower's legs.
  10. Study the diagram below.
    The illustration above shows a
    1. rounders pitch.
    2. discus facility.
    3. javelin sector.
    4. shotput sector.
  11. Which one of the following is not a component of health related fitness?
    1. Muscular strength.
    2. Cardiorespiratory endurance.
    3. Mental preparation.
    4. Flexibility.
  12. Heel taps and skiers are techniques both applied in
    1. standing discus.
    2. rope work.
    3. standing shotput.
    4. kabaddi.
  13. In softball, what does the catcher use to protect the hands?
    1. Practice cones.
    2. Smitts.
    3. Sheen guards.
    4. Goggles.
  14. A relay baton can be improvised using
    1. maize stalks.
    2. plasticine.
    3. saw dust.
    4. ash.
  15. Which one of the following items cannot be found in the first aid kit?
    1. Scissors
    2. Pliers
    3. Bandages
    4. Painkillers


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

Soma mazungumzo yafuatayo kisha ujibu maswali 1-5.

(Mwalimu na wanafunzi wamo katika mjadala kuhusu umuhimu wa kuyatunza mazingira
Bi Muli:          Salaam aleikum wanafunzi. M hali gani?
Wanafunzi:    (Wakiamka sawia) Njema Bi Muli, shikamoo.
Bi. Muli:         Marahaba (anawaashiria wakae) Naam, leo ningependa tuzungumze kuhusu namna n umuhimu wa kuyatunza mazingira kwa                         kuwa mazingira machafu huweza kutuletea magonjwa hatari.
Sofa:              Samahani mwalimu, mazingara ni nini? (Akionyesha uso wa kuchanganyikiwa
Bi Muli:          Sofia, si mazingara, ni mazingira. Haya ni yote ambayo...
Peru:              (Akiunyanyua mkono wake) Samahani mwalimu, naweza kulijibu swali hilo. Haya ni yote ambayo yanatuzunguka.
Bi Muli:          Makofi kwa Peru. (Wenzake wanampigia makofi kwa kujibu swali kwa usahihi). Safi. Ili kuyalinda mazingira, tunaweza kukata                        nyasi ndefu zinazowafuga mbu.
Maloba:         Vile vile, tunaweza kuhakikisha vyanzo vya maji vi safi. Hivi ni kama vile mito, maziwa na mabwawa.
Ali:                 Nadhani kuwa kuna hatari aidha katika kutumia mbolea za madukani kiholela. Zikitumiwa kupita kiasi huweza kuathiri udongo                         na hatimaye vyanzo vya maji. 
Bi Muli:           Vyanzo vya maji vinapoathirika, viumbe vya majini kama vile samaki, mamba, mimea na wanyama wengine huweza                                       kuathirika pakubwa. Kesho tutaandika insha kuhusu umuhimu wa kuyatunza mazingira. Kwaherini kwa sasa.
Wote:              Kwaheri ya kuonana mwalimu.

  1. Kulingana na maelezo ya mwalimu, mazingira machafu yana madhara gani? Huweza
    1. kuchafua vyanzo vya maji.
    2. kusababisha magonjwa. 
    3. kudumisha afya bora.
    4. kutukinga dhidi ya magonjwa.
  2. Peru alipigiwa makofi kwa sababu
    1. alilijibu swali la mwanafunzi mwenzake kwa usahihi.
    2. alikuwa mwanafunzi bora darasani mwao.
    3. alijaribu kulijibu swali la Sofia.
    4. alishindwa kulijibu swali la Sofia.
  3. Kulingana na mazungumzo haya, mbolea za madukani zikitumika kupita kiasi 
    1. huweza kusababisha hali mbaya ya anga.
    2. huweza kuchafua hewa.
    3. huathiri udongo na vyanzo vya maji. 
    4. huchafua pakubwa vyanzo vya maji
  4. Vyanzo vya maji vínapoathirika,
    1. wanyama wa porini huangamia. 
    2. nyuni wa angani hufa.
    3. wanadamu hupata taabu.
    4. wanyama wa majini huathirika.
  5. Chanzo gani cha maji hakijatajwa katika mazungumzo haya?
    1. Mito.
    2. Mvua.
    3. Mabwawa.
    4. Maziwa.

Soma kifungu kifuatacho kisha ujibu maswall 6 hadi 8

Rununu yake ilikiriza mara kadhaa lakini akashindwa kuiwahi. Kichwa chake kilimwanga vilivyo. Usiku uliotangulia alikuwa amepiga maji na kulewa chakari. Hakuelewa alivyofika kitandani pake. Mlaraha alikuwa mwizi hatari. Hii ilikuwa shughuli haramu na hatari kweli kweli. Aliitazama simu yake ya mkononi ilivyokuwa imechakaa. Ghafla, mlango wake ukabishwa kwa kishindo. Alisita kidogo huku akijiuliza kama kweli alikuwa na ahadi ya kukutana na yeyote asubuhi hiyo.

Kufumba na kufumbua, pu! Mlango ulipigwa teke na kuanguka kando. Mlangoni walisimama maafisa wanne wa polisi na bastola huku wawili wakiwa na pingu mikononi. Mlaraha aliinua mikono juu ishara ya kusalimu amri. Moyoni alijua kuwa zake arubaini zilikuwa zimetimia. Naam, uhalifu haulipi chochote.

  1. Mlaraha hakuweza kuiwahi rununu yake kwa kuwa
    1. kichwa chake kilikuwa kizito.
    2. ilikuwa mbali.
    3. hakutaka kufanya hivyo.
    4. aliogopa kuzungumza na aliyekuwa akipiga.
  2. Chagua orodha ya sifa za Mlaraha kulingana na kifungu.
    1. Mwizi, mpole.
    2. Mlevi, mwizi.
    3. Mjeuri, mlevi.
    4. Mwizi, katili.
  3. Ni kweli kuwa waliobisha mlango walikuwa
    1. wenzake Mlaraha katika wizi.
    2. majirani waliotaka kumjulia hali Miaraha.
    3. maafisa wa polisi.
    4. waumini wa dhehebu aliloshiriki.
  4. Methali gani inayoweza kutumika kufupishia kisa hiki?
    1. Pwagu hupata pwaguzi.
    2. Mgaagaa na upwa hali wali mkavu. 
    3. Kawia ufike.
    4. Siku za mwizi ni arubaini.

Sema kifungu kifuatacho kisha ulibu maswoll 10 hadi 12   

Uhalifu ni hali ya kutenda kinyume na zinavyohitaji sheria za nchi ambazo siku zote huongozwa na katiba. Kunavyo viwango mbalimbali vya uhalifu katika jamii. Uhalifu hutendeka katika maeneo mbalimbali. Hata hivyo, kuna njia kadhaa za kukabiliana na uhalifu. Kwanza, wananchi wakiacha tabia za kuwaficha wahalifu miongoni mwao, uhalifu utapungua. Vile vile, wale ambao hupokea hongo wanastahili kufunguliwa mashtaka. Si hayo tu, uhalifu aidha huweza kupungua iwapo sehemu mbalimbali za umma kama vile afisini zitawekewa kamera za siri. Kwa jumla, kila mwanajamii akisimama kidete kupambana na uhalifu, tutaweza kujivunia kupungua kwa uhalifu.

  1. Mwandishi ametaja njia ngapi za kukabiliana na uhalifu?
    1. Tano.
    2. Nne
    3. Mbili.
    4. Tatu.
  2. Kulingana na habari hii, kamera za siri zinaweza kudhibiti uhalifu
    1. nyumbani.
    2. afisini.
    3. shuleni
    4. sokoni.
  3. Kwa jumla, jukumu la kudhibiti uhalifu ni jukumu la nani?
    1. Serikali.
    2. Watu wazima.
    3. Kila mmoja.
    4. Wazazi.

Soma kifungu kifuatacho kisha ujibu maswali 13 hadi 15.

Shughuli kama vile kuogelea, kandanda, riadha na urukaji viunzi huitwa michezo. Shughuli hizi si muhimu tu katika kuijenga miili yetu bali pia huchangia kuwaleta watu pamoja. Michezo baina ya shule mbalimbali huwaleta wanafunzi pamoja ambapo wao huweza kubadilishana mawazo yanayoweza kuinua viwango vyao vya kimasomo. Shughuli za kimichezo aidha huchangia kutukinga dhidi ya magonjwa kama vile uzito wa mwili, ambayo hatimaye huweza kusababisha maradhi ya moyo. Baadhi ya wananchi hutumia michezo kama kitegauchumi cha kuwaletea pesa. Baadhi ya wanaspoti wamewahi kuiletea nchi yetu nishani na medali mbalimbali na hivyo kuiweka nchi yetu katika nafasi bora kimichezo.

  1. Chagua kauli isiyo sahihi kulingana na ufahamu.
    1. Shughuli za kimichezo si muhimu katika kuijenga miili yetu.
    2. Michezo haichangii katika kujenga miili yetu pekee.
    3. Wakati mwingine michezo huandaliwa baina ya shule mbalimbali.
    4. Baadhi ya watu hutumia michezo kama njia ya kujipatia riziki.
  2. Kulingana na habari hii, uzito wa mwili hatimaye huweza kusababisha
    1. mauti.
    2. uvivu.
    3. maradhi ya ngozi.
    4. maradhi ya moyo.
  3. Nchi yetu inapopata nishani na medali, 
    1. wananchi wengi hujiunga na spoti.
    2. hadhi yake kimichezo huinuka.
    3. hupoteza heshima yake kimichezo 
    4. huwa miongoni mwa mataifa yaliyotajirika.

Soma kifungu kifuatacho. Chagua jibu lifaalo zaidi kati va vale uliyopewa.

Mtoto ana haki ___16___. Yapo inahitaji ya kimsingi ambayo ni makazi, lishe na ___17___ haki ya mtoto kupata elimu___18___serikali ikaanzisha elimu ya bure katika shule za umma.___19___ anayemnyima intoto nafasi ya___20___shuleni lazima afikishwe mahakamani.

       A       B          C        D 
 16.   mingi   chache   zote   kadhaa 
 17.  elimu  makao  mavazi   maji 
 18.  sababu   maana   ili   ndipo 
 19.  Wowote   Yeyote  Yoyote   Wote 
 20.  kuenda  kufika  kusomesha   kuanguka 


Kutoka swali la 21-30. jibu swall kulingana na maagizo uliyopewa.

  1. Chagua kitenzi kilicholinganishwa visivyo na kinyume chake.
    1. Funga       fungua
    2. Shona       shonua
    3. Nuna         tabasamu
    4. Lia             cheka
  2. Kamilisha tashbihi hii: 
    Mariamu ana maneno mengi kama
    1. chiriku.
    2. tausi.
    3. kasuku.
    4. njiwa.
  3. Chagua ukubwa ws:
    Ndizi hizi ni ndogo.
    1. Dizi hili ni dogo.
    2. Kidizi hiki ni kidogo.
    3. Madizi haya ni madogo.
    4. Vidizi hivi ni vidogo.
  4. Chagua ukanusho wa sentensi ifuatayo:
    Wewe ulikuwa mgonjwa.
    1. Wewe haukuwa mgonjwa.
    2. Wewe hujawa mgonjwa.
    3. Wewe huwi mgonjwa.
    4. Wewe hukuwa mgonjwa.
  5. Chagua sentensi iliyo katika hali timifu.
    1. Mboso atauimba wimbo mpya.
    2. Kadogo amemaliza kuandika.
    3. Upepo haukuvuma kwa fujo.
    4. Walimu wanazungumza mkutanoni.
  6. Chagua wingi wa sentensi ifuatayo:
    Ufagio ulinunuliwa sokoni.
    1. Fagio zilinunuliwa masokoni.
    2. Ufagio zilinunuliwa sokoni.
    3. Fagio ulinunuliwa masokoni. 
    4. Ufagio ulinunuliwa masokoni.
  7. Chagua orodha ya nomino zilizo katika ngeli tofauti.
    1. Cheo, chupa.
    2. Magari, maua.
    3. Kiwavi, kipofu.
    4. Mitego, mikoba.
  8. Ni sentensi gani iliyo katika nafsi ya pili?
    1. Mlitutembelea jana kwa sherehe. 
    2. Alinunuliwa mwanasesere maridadi.
    3. Nimeamua kufanya bidii.
    4. Mwalimu aliyekuwa darasani ametoka.
  9. Chagua methali iliyo tofauti na nyingine kimatumizi.
    1. Kidole kimoja hakivunji chawa.
    2. Umoja ni nguvu utengano ni udhaifu.
    3. Mkono mmoja haumlei mwana.
    4. Mgaagaa na upwa hali wali mkavu.
  10. Chagua orodha ya majina ambayo ni visawe.
    1. Runinga, redio
    2. Ndovu, Pombe
    3. Mbung'o, ndorobo
    4. Ugonjwa, malaria


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