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Social Studies/RE - Class 8 End Term 1 Exam 2021 Set 1

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map of ulumbi area
Study the map of Ulumbi area and use in to answer questions 1-7

  1. River Nyenye flows towards
    1. South East
    2. North West
    3. South West
    4. North East
  2. Ulumbi Area is likely to be headed by 
    1. appointed Sub-county Officer
    2. elected County Commissioner
    3. elected Governor
    4. elected member of County Assembly 
  3. What is the staple food for the residents of Ulumbi Area?
    1. Maize
    2. Rice
    3. Coffee
    4. Fish
  4. The following economic activities are carried out in Ulumbi Area except
    1. crop faming
    2. mining 
    3. lumbering
    4. livestock keeping
  5. The residents of Ulumbi Area are dominantly 
    1. Pagans
    2. Traditionalists
    3. Christians
    4. Muslims
  6. What is the climatic condition of the North Eastern part of Ulumbi Area?  
    1. Cool and wet 
    2. Hot and dry
    3. Cool and warm
    4. Hot and wet
  7. A thief was arrested in Ulumbi Area trying to break into a shop. What would be the best action to be taken?
    1. Take him to the prison in Ulumbi
    2. Beat him to death
    3. Take him to the Chief's office in Ulumbi
    4. Take him to the Police post in Ulumbi
  8. Which one of the following sets of communities consists of River-Lake Nilotes  found in the same country?
    1. Alur, Lugbara, Nuer, Shilluk
    2. Langi, Acholi, Japadhola, Anuak 
    3. Nuer, Shilluk, Dinka, Anuak
    4. Toposa, Dinka, Ankole, Luo
  9. The most important factor to be considered when establishing a sugar mill in an area is
    1. availability of raw materials
    2. availability of ready market
    3. availability of water
    4. availability of good roads
  10. A group of people in a society who are able to trace their common forefathers form a
    1. clan
    2. family
    3. tribe
    4. age set
  11. The diagram below shows a weather instrument.
    class 8 Et1 set 1 SS Q11
    The instrument above is mainly used to
    1. measure strength of wind only
    2. measure the speed and direction of wind
    3. show direction of wind only
    4. measure strength and direction of wind
  12. The time at Arusha along longitude 45°E is 11:00am What time would it be at Goma along longitude 45°w
    1. 11:00pm
    2. 11:00am
    3. 5:00pm 
    4. 5:00am
  13. Which one of the following planted forests in Swaziland is owned by the government? 
    1. The Peak Timber Forest
    2. The Swazi Plantation Forest
    3. The Great Usutu Valley Forest 
    4. The Piggs Peak Forest
  14. Three of the following mountains have a  common characteristic. Which one is an odd one out?  
    1. Pare mountains 
    2. Usambara mountains
    3. Drankenberg mountains
    4. Ruwenzori mountains
  15. The diagram below shows a fishing method  
    class 8 ET1 set 1 Ss Q15
    The above method of fishing is known as
    1. trawling 
    2. long lining
    3. net drifting
    4. purse seining
  16. Three of the following are oil refíneries in Which one is not?
    1. Niger Delta
    2. Kaduna 
    3.  Warri
    4. Elesa Eleme
  17. Which of the following vegetations are mainly found in the Mediterranean region of  North African Coast only
    1. Eucalyptus, pine, cypress  B
    2. Thyme, lavender, rosemary 
    3. Baobab, acacia, elephant grass
    4. Conical trees, Meru oak, Mvule
  18. Which of the following countries is not correctly matched with its capital city? 
    1. South Africa- Pretoria
    2. Mauritius - Port Louis
    3. Niger-Niamey
    4. Lesotho - Mbabane
  19. In June 1st 1963, Kenya attained internal self Which title did the Kenyan leader get? 
    1. President
    2. Governor
    3. Vice President
    4. Prime Minister
  20. Which of the following is the main reason why most people in Kenya rely on radios for information than other media?
    1. Other media are expensive
    2. Other media are mainly found in urban centres
    3. Radio news are entertaining
    4. Radios are owned by most people
  21. Which one of the following African countries was colonised by Gemany?
    1. Nigeria. 
    2. Guinea
    3. Tanganyika
    4. Eritrea
  22. Which one of the following Kenya's philosophies was adopted on the principle of honesty, generosity and equal distribution of national resources?
    1. Vision 2030
    2. Nyayoism
    3. Harambee
    4. African socialism
  23. Which one of the following is a religious institution of marriage that allows a man to
    marry up to a limited number of four wives?
    1. Customary marriage
    2. Civil marriage
    3. Christian marriage
    4. Islamic marriage
  24. The Arabs came to Eastern Africa in the 15th century mainly to
    1. build the Kenya -Uganda railway
    2. spread christianity
    3. carry out trading activities
    4. discover the interior of Eastern Africa

Use the diagram below to answer questions 25-26.
class 8 ET 1 set 1 SS Q25

  1. The above feature shows the formation of
    1. sea breeze
    2. land breeze
    3. convectional rainfall
    4. relief rainfallWhich of the following best describes
  2. Three of the following towns experience above feature. Which one does not?
    1. Accra
    2. Kampala
    3. Mwanza
    4. kilifi
  3. Which of the following best describes location of the Namib desert? It is located
    1. South of the Drakensberg mountains
    2. West of the Red Sea
    3. North of the Equator
    4. East of the Atlantic Ocean
  4. The following are all responsibilities of parents in a family except
    1. being role models
    2. working hard in school
    3. advising children
    4. provision of basic needs
  5. Which one of the following communities is incorrectly matched with the title of their traditional leader?
    1. Maasai - Oloibon
    2. Nyamwezi -Ntemi
    3. Buganda- Kabaka
    4. Ameru-Njuri Ncheke
  6. Which one of the following communities are found in West Africa? 
    1. Herero, Gurma, Xhosa
    2. Yoruba, Malinke, Balunda
    3. Songhai, Akyem, Susu
    4. Ovambo, Bambara, Asante
  7. Below are descriptions of a certain river in Africa.
    1. It drains into Atlantic Ocean
    2. It forms a political boundary 
    3. It forms an estuary at its mouth
    4. It has the most number of tributaries
      The river described above is likely to be
      1. River Zambezi
      2. River Congo
      3. River Niger
      4. River Limpopo
  8. During a school staff meeting, minutes are taken by
    1. the Deputy headteacher
    2. the headteacher
    3. the senior teacher
    4. the school chairperson 
  9. Which one of the following countries are members of the Southern African Development Community (SADC)?
    1. Comoros, Guinea, Mauritius
    2. Congo, Botswana, South Africa
    3. Angola, Namibia, Zimbabwe
    4. Uganda, Malawi, Lesotho
  10. The diagram below shows a road sign
    class 8 Et1 set 1 SS Q34
    The road sign indicates that there is
    1. a bump ahead
    2. a railway crossing
    3. a pedestrian crossing ahead
    4. no entry for motorists
  11. Below are conditions favouring the growing of a certain crop.
    1. Requires hot and wet climate
    2. High humidity all year round i
    3. Protection from strong winds i
    4. High and reliable rainfall of between 1500mm-2000mm throughout the year.
      The above conditions favour the growing of
      1. cotton
      2. pyrethrum
      3. coca
      4. cloves
  12. Which colonial system of administration was used by the British in Northern Nigeria'?
    1. Indirect Rule
    2. paternalism
    3. Assimilation
    4. Direct Rule
  13. Which one of the following is a depositional lake?
    1. Lake Utange
    2. Lake Bangweulu
    3. Lake Shalla
    4. Lake Catherine
  14. Three of the following methods were used in the struggle for independence in Ghana except
    1. armed struggle
    2. strikes and boycotts
    3. forming political parties
    4. peaceful demonstrations 
  15. Which one of the following colours of our National flag represents the land of plenty?
    1. Black
    2. Green
    3. White
    4. Red
  16. The following are statements about a certain African leader
    1. Promoted unity in Africa
    2. He abolished sharia laws
    3. He brought land reforms
    4. He initiated the establishment of a multi- purpose project in his country
      The leader described above is
      1. Mwalimu Julius Nyerere
      2. Kwame Nkurumah
      3. Haile Selassie
      4. Gamal Abdel Nasser
  17. Which one of the following is a qualification for a person who wishes to be elected as a member of National Assembly in Kenya?
    1. He/she must be a civil servant
    2. He/she must be over 35 years
    3. He/she must be a registered voter
    4. He/she must be a Kenyan by birth
  18. Who among the following early visitors to Eastern Africa named a lake after the Queen of England?
    1. Henry Morton Stanley
    2. John Speke
    3. Dr. David Livingstone
    4. Sir William Mackinon
  19. Which of the following is both modern and aditional method of preserving fish?
    1. salting
    2. Smoking
    3. canning
    4. Sundrying
  20. Which one of the following is an element of a good citizenship?
    1. Partiality
    2. Nepotism 
    3. Patriotism 
    4. Ethnicity
  21. The diagram below shows the cocoa growing regions in Ghana, marked P, Q and R. 
    class 8 ET1 set 1SS Q45
    What is the correct order of the regions marked P, Q and R respectively?  

    1. Kumasi, Takoradi, Accra


      Kumasi, Accra, Takoradi
    3. Accra, Takoradi, Kumasi
    4. Takoradi, Accra, Kumasi
  22. The highest court of the land in Kenya is headed by
    1. the Chief Justice
    2. the President of Supreme
    3. the High Court Judge
    4. The Attorney General
  23. The headquarters of the East African Community is located at
    1. Nairobi in Kenya
    2. Arusha in Tanzania
    3. Addis Ababa in Ethiopia
    4. Gaborone in Botswana
  24. The county representative in the National  Assembly is
    1. the Senator
    2. the Speaker
    3. the Governor
    4. the Women Representative
  25. The main problem facing regional trading blocs in Africa is
    1. insecurity
    2. political instability
    3. production of unique products
    4. production of similar goods
  26. Which one of the following was not a method of interaction among traditional African communities?
    1. War
    2. Trade
    3. Marriage
    4. Formal learning
  27. Road accidents in Kenyan roads can be effectively reduced by
    1. educating all the road users
    2. tarmacking all the roads
    3. employing more traffic officers
    4. removing all the unroadworthy vehicles on the road
  28. The following African traditional leaders did not resist the colonial rule in their territories except 
    1. Kabaka Mutesa I
    2. King Lewanika
    3. Mekatilili wa Menza
    4. Nabongo Mumia

Use the map of Africa below to answer questions 53-55

class 8 ET1 set 1 SS Q53

  1. Which Island country is represented by N?
    1. Mauritania
    2. Comoros
    3. Seychelles
    4. Mauritius
  2. The ocean currents marked P are called
    1. Warm Benguela currents
    2. Cold Walvis Bay
    3. Cold Canary
    4. Cold Agulhas currents
  3. The multi-purpose river project marked Q was mainly established to
    1. control floods at the lower Volta
    2. generate hydro-electric power
    3. provide water for irrigation in Ghana
    4. provide fishing grounds in Ghana
  4. Which one of the following is mainly transported by the TAZARA railway line?
    1. Livestock and their products.
    2. Minerals
    3. Timber and products
    4. Agricultural produce
  5. Which of the following pre-historic sites are found in Tanzania?
    1. Nariokotome, Kidepo Valley, Hyrax Hill
    2. Chesowanja, Ngoloba, Olduvai Gorge
    3. Meroe, Omo valley, Peninj
    4. Ngoloba, Peninj, Olduvai Gorge
  6. The Indepedent Electoral and Boundaries Commision (1EBC) in Kenya is headed by
    1. the President
    2. the Chairperson
    3. the Returning Officer
    4. the Presiding officer
  7. Who among the following was not among the Kapenguria six?
    1. Dedan Kimathi
    2. Fred Kubai
    3. Bildad Kaggia
    4. Kungu Karumba
  8. The traditional system of government used to rule Swaziland is known as
    1. Libandla
    2. Ndlovukazi
    3. Liqoqo
    4. Tinkhundla



  1. From the story of the fall of man in the garden of Eden, christians learn that
    1. people should avoid talking to their eneMies
    2. human beings should have many children
    3. Sin separates human beings from God
    4. man should work without resting
  2. Which one of the following best explains why Abraham is called the father of faith?
    1. God changed his name from Abram to Abraham
    2. He was blessed by God
    3. He was kind to his nephew Lot
    4. He agreed to sacrifice his only son Isaac
  3.  Among the following sons of Jacob, who was the eldest?
    1. Joseph
    2. Benjanmin
    3. Reuben
    4. Levi
  4. Three of the following activities were carried out by the Israelites on the night of the Passover in Egypt. Which one is not? They
    1. ate roasted meat
    2. drank wine
    3. ate bitter herbs
    4. ate unleavened bread
  5. Which one of the following statements best describes the Sabbath day?
    1. It was a day on which God rested before creation
    2. It is the first day of the week
    3. It is a day on which christ appeared to his disciples
    4. It is a day set aside for rest and worship
  6. "You created every part of me, you put me together in my mother's womb." These words are found in the book of 
    1. Ecclesiates
    2. Psalms
    3. Matthew
    4. Exodus
  7. .King David was called a man after God's own heart, however, he annoyed God because of one of the following reasons. Which is it?
    1. He fought many wars
    2. He killed Uriah and took his wife
    3. He did not kill Saul when he had the opportunity to
    4. He worshipped idols
  8. Which prophet of God tested the prophets of Baal on mt.Carmel to show that God is powerful?
    1. Elisha
    2. Isaiah
    3. Jeremiah
    4. Elijah
  9. "The time is coming," declares the Lord, "when I will make a new covenant with the house of Israel and with the house of Judah." Who among the following prophets prophesied this?
    1.  Isaiah
    2.  Samuel
    3.  Hosea
    4. Jeremiah
  10. Which one of the following activities were Mary and Joseph going to fulfil in Bethlehem just before Jesus was born?
    1. To worship God
    2. To present the baby to the Lord
    3. To register in their home town
    4. To offer sacrifices to the Lord
  11. According to the customs of the Jews, Jesus was circumcised on the ____________________
    1. first day
    2. eighth day
    3. ninth days
    4. seventh day
  12. When he saw Jesus, he fell with his face to the ground and begged him, "Lord if you are willing, you can make me clean." Who said hese words?
    1. The woman with withered hand
    2. The widow's son at Nain
    3. The paralytic man
    4. The man with leprosy
  13. Which one of the following parables below did Jesus use to teach that we should love our neighbours as we love ourselves?
    1. The friend at midnight
    2. The widow and the judge
    3. The unforgiving servant
    4. The Good Samaritan
  14. In the temple at Jerusalem, Jesus did all the following except
    1. overturning the tables
    2. whipping with the teachers of the law
    3. teaching people
    4. chasing people out
  15. "My father is always working and I too must work." These words were spoken by Jesus when
    1. he healed a man who had been sick for 38 years
    2. he healed a woman with the flow of blood
    3. he calmed the storm
    4. he raised Lazarus
  16. Which of the following is a lesson we learn from the actions of Jesus of washing the feet of his disciples? That we should
    1. humble ourselves
    2. obey God's commands
    3. always pray without stopping
    4. be faithful in our actions
  17. Which one of the following is not true Jesus about according to the Apostles' Creed?
    1. He is the ruler of the Kingdoms 
    2. He suffered and died
    3. He went to heaven
    4. He went to hell and came back
  18. Which one of the following statements about the temptation of Jesus is correct?
    1. Satan asked Jesus to turn bread into stones
    2. Satan told Jesus to give him part of the Roman empire
    3. Satan asked Jesus to drop himself from a cliff
    4. Satan asked Jesus to turn stones into bread 
  19. Arrange the following events as they happened in the day of Pentecost.
    1. Apostle Peter spoke to the congregation 
    2. There was a strong wind 
    3. The disciples spoke in tongues
    4. People thought they were drunk
    5. Wind broke into tongues of fire
      1. iv, i, ii, ii, v
      2. i,ii, ii, iv, v
      3. ii, v, iii, iv, i
      4. ii, i, iii, iv, v
  20. A community of believers worshipping together is called
    1. nation
    2. a synagogue
    3. a church
    4. holy communion
  21. Three of the following wedding practices are found in both christian and traditional African communities. Which one is not?


      Prayers are offered to the couple
    2. Blessing of the bride and the bridegroom
    3. Singing and dancing
    4. Offering animal sacrifices to thank God
  22. Who among the following specialists would mainly be consulted when there is drought in traditional African society?
    1. Priest
    2. Diviner
    3. Rainmaker
    4. Seer
  23. Marriage in traditional African communities was considered important because it 
    1. provided cheap labour
    2. provided a sense of belonging
    3. ensured continuity of the clan
    4. promoted peace and harmony
  24. Girls and boys should keep their bodies from immoral activities mainly because
    1. they might get HIV and AIDS
    2. their bodies are still young and tender
    3. they are still in school
    4. their bodies are the temple of the holy spirit
  25. The practise of employing people from the same family in an organization is called
    1. nepotism
    2. tribalism
    3. racismn
    4. corruption
  26. Japheth is rude and occasionally steals from his parents. What should his parents do?
    1. Guide and counsel him
    2. Beat him up
    3. Send him away from home
    4. Forget about him
  27. Which one of the following is not done by the christian community as peace agents?
    1. Feeding people affected by natural calamities
    2. Clothing the models in beauty contests
    3. Providing drinking water in drought stricken areas
    4. Comforting people who have lost their possessions through fire
  28. You have noticed that your friend Kaguai has been avoiding some lessons in school and you would like her to stop. As a christian, the best way to go about it is to
    1. report her to her parents
    2. report her to the classteacher
    3. tell her that you no longer want to be her friend
    4. help her understand the importance of taking her studies seriously
  29. Which one of the following is the best way for christians to use their leisure time according to christian teaching?
    1. Sleep
    2. Watch television
    3. Serve God and others
    4. Take a walk with friends
  30. Which of the following is true of the missionaries who came to Kenya? They
    1. built the railway
    2. translated the Bible into local languages
    3. colonised the country
    4. taught traditional African religion


  1. Which verses among the following is found in suratul An-Nas?
    1. "So glorify the praises of your Lord"
    2. "Let them worship the Lord of this house
    3. "Say I seek refuge in the Lord of mankind"
    4. "Pray to your Lord and sacrifice to him alone"
  2. Which one of the following is a teaching of suratul Aadiyat?
    1. The night of power is better than a thousand months 
    2. Human beings are at a loss except those who believe 
    3. Human beings will be like moths
    4. All things will be exposed on the Day of Qiyama 
  3. The main lesson derived from surah Fiyl is 
    1. Allah is the Most Powerful 
    2. Birds can damage anything
    3. Backbiters and rumour mongers will perish
    4. Worldly things should not destruct us
  4. The prophet (SAW) said, "Say the truth even if it is bitter." This hadith teaches us on the virtue of

    1. tolerance

    2. honesty

    3. patience

    4. responsibility

  5. The first faradh part of wudhu is 
    1. feet
    2. face
    3. head
    4. arms
  6. Which surah teaches Muslims the importance of tolerance?
    1. Masad
    2. Ikhlas
    3. Kaafirun
    4. Maun
  7. Which one of the following was a title given to Abubakar because he believed everything that the prophet(SAW) said?
    1. Assidiq
    2. Al-Amin
    3. Asadullah
    4. Abtar
  8. How many extra takbiras does the Imam say in the first rakaat of swalatul Idd?
    1. Two
    2. Three
    3. Five
    4. Seven
  9. The act of putting a sweet thing in the mouth of a newly born baby is known as
    1. Tahniiq
    2. AqiqA
    3. Nikah
    4. Mahar
  10. In which city did the prophet (SAW) die?
    1. Makkah
    2. Madinah
    3. Taif
    4. Jerusalem
  11. Mwafulani sells clothes but when it is almost Ramadhan he hides some and sells them a few days to Idd at a very high price. This act is haram and it is called 64.
    1. Israaf
    2. Ghush
    3. Hoarding
    4. Usury 
  12. "Say, He is Allah the One." This verse teaches us that
    1. we should avoid the shirk
    2. we should visit the sick
    3. Allah created everything
    4. guidance comes from Allah (SWT)
  13. In emphasizing unity among Muslims, the prophet(SAW) compared them to
    1. a flowing river
    2. a mountain
    3. an army
    4. a building
  14. How many animals are slaughtered during aqiqa for a baby girl?
    1. Two
    2. One
    3. Three
    4. Five
  15. A station where pilgrims make niyyah and change to Ihram during Hajj is called
    1. Muzdalifa
    2. Minaa
    3. Miiqat
    4. Sawfa
  16. The surah that was revealed to assure the prophet(SAW) of more revelation was
    1. Dhuha
    2. Inshirah
    3. Kauthar
    4. Falaq
  17. Which of the following is considered halal even if it is found dead?
    1. Cow
    2. Fish
    3. Chicken
    4. Crocodile
  18. Which act of worship is done before the prayer for Idul-Fitr?
    1. Fasting
    2. Giving zakatul Fitr
    3. Feasting
    4. Slaughtering
  19. For how long was the treaty of Hudaibiyya supposed to last?
    1. Ten years
    2. Three days
    3. Five weeks
    4. Three years
  20. Which pillar among the pillars of Islam is considered a shield?
    1. Shahada
    2. Zakah
    3. Saum
    4. Hajj
  21. Theprophet (SAW) said, "Whoever performs Hajj and commits no evil returns home________"
    1. as strong as a new born baby
    2. with thawaabs like a martyr
    3. very energetic ready for ibaada
    4. free from sins like a newly born baby
  22. What is the correct recitation done after the third Takbira in swalatul-Janaza?
    1. Prayer for the deceased
    2. Prayer for the prophet
    3. Prayer for all Muslims
    4. Recitation of surah Fatiha
  23. Who among the following wives of the prophet(SAW) was the daughter of Abubakar?
    1. Aisha (RA)
    2. Khadija (RA)
    3. Hafsa (RA)
    4. Zainab (RA)
  24. What marks the end of prayer?
    1. Suju
    2. Takbiir
    3. Taslim
    4. Julus
  25. Which attribute ofAllah(SWT) shows that He is the Most Forgiving?
    1. As-Swamad
    2. Al-Ghaffar
    3. Al-Khaliq
    4. AR-Rahiim
  26. In which month did Musa (AS) save the Israelites from Firaun?
    1. Ramadhan
    2. Rajab
    3. Muharram
    4. Dhul-Hijja
  27. Which one of the following nullifies both saum and swalah?
    1. Sleeping
    2. Backbiting
    3. Breast feeding
    4. Menstruation
  28. Which action among the following shows respect to the dead?
    1. Standing up on secing a coffîn (Janaza) 
    2. Talking about the dead in low voices
    3. Planting trees around the grave
    4. Building around their graves
  29. What should a Muslim say on hearing news of death?
    1. Alhamdulillahi Alaa kulli haal
    2. Inna lillahi wa inna ilaihi rajiun
    3. Masha-Allah Tabaarakallah
    4. Astaghfirullah
  30. Which one among the following is a similarity between Jumua and Idd prayers?
    1. Both are performed after midday
    2. Both have one takbiratul-ihram
    3. Both have two sermons
    4. Both are performed before sunrise


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


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


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