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Social Studies and Religious Education - Class 8 End Term 1 Exam 2021 Set 2

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STANDARD 8, END OF TERM 1
SOCIAL STUDIES AND RELIGIOUS EDUCATION
NAME....................................................SCHOOL...............................

SOCIAL STUDIES

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Study the map of TINDI area and wse it to answer questions 1 to 7.

  1. What is the approximate length of the tarmac road in Tindi area?
    1. 16 km
    2. 18 km
    3. 20 km
    4. 10 Km
  2. Human settlement in Tindi area is MAINLY influenced by
    1. drainage
    2. economic activities
    3. transport and communication
    4. pests and diseases
  3. The MAIN source water in Tindi area is
    1. Rivers Tindi and Kali
    2. the dam across River Tindi
    3. the borcholes
    4. water pans
  4. Which one of the following statements is NOT TRUE about Tindi town? It is
    1. a religious centre
    2. a tourist attraction centre
    3. an administration centre
    4. an agricultural collection centre
  5. The MAIN economic activity carried out in Tindi area is
    1. pastoralism
    2. fishing
    3. trading D
    4. mining
  6. The climate experienced in MOST parts of Tindi area is LIKELY to be
    1. hot and dry
    2. hot and wet
    3. cool and wel
    4. cool and dry
  7. The MOST widespread means of transport in Tindi area is
    1. waterways
    2. air 
    3. road 
    4. railway
  8. The MAIN factor that contributed to the rise of the kingdom of old Ghana was
    1. the strong Soninke army
    2. favoured climate that supported agriculture.
    3. mining activities especially walata mines.
    4. the Trans-saharan trade
  9. Which one of the following is LIKELY to be the least importance of marriage?
    1. Marriage helps to control the spread of HIV and AIDS.
    2. Marriage cnhanccs unity and cooperation in the society
    3. It provides an opportunity to have children and raise a family
    4. It encourages the development of a sense of responsibility in the society.
  10. The original homeland of the cushites was
    1. Congo forest 
    2. Horn of Africa
    3. Bahr el Ghazal
    4. Pupungu pakwach
  11. Below are descriptions of an early visitor to Eastern Africa
    He was Her majesty's consul for the East coast of Africa.
    He navigared the Ruvuma River at the border of Tanzania and Mozambique
    He met Herry Stanley in 1877 iv.
    He died in Eastern Africa.
    The early visitor to Eastern Africa described above is LIKELY to be
    1. John Speke
    2. Henry Morton Stanley
    3. David Livingstone
    4. William Mackinnon
  12. Which one of the following plateaus is WRONGLY matched with the country where it is found?
    1. Jos Plateau - Nigeria
    2. Bie Plateau - Angola
    3. Yatta plateau - Kenya
    4. Fouta Djallon - Mauritania
  13. Which one of the following groups of communities belong to the Bantus of South Africa?
    1. Tsonga, Venda and Bakwena
    2. Bakongo, Balunda and Baluba
    3. Xhosa, Zulu and Sukuma
    4. Yao, Akamba and Nyamwezi
  14. Which one of the following is NOT a basic need?
    1. A home
    2. Drinking water 
    3. Food
    4. Education
  15. Three of the following statements are TRUE about slash and burn agriculture. Which one is NOT?
    1. Land was used over and over again until it lost its fertility.
    2. Farmers practised crop rotation instead of plot rotation.
    3. It was a form of subsistence farming.
    4. Neighbours mostly produced the same types of crops.
  16. Which one of the following is a traditional industry?
    1. Bicycle assembling
    2. Iron smelting
    3. Maize milling
    4. The stock market
  17. Central Nigeria and Southern Tanzania had reduced population before the 20th century MAINLY due to
    1. poor drainage
    2. slave trade 
    3. posts like tsc tsc flics
    4. unfavourable climate
  18. In order to communicate information to people over very long distances among traditional African communities in the past MAINLY people had to
    1. blow horns
    2. beat drums
    3. send messenger
    4. send smoke signals
  19. The BEST way of teaching a child to becomea traditional healer in the past was through
    1. observation and imitation
    2. story-telling
    3. apprenticeship
    4. medical colleges
  20. Three of the following statements are TRUE about Masaku of the Akamba. Which one is NOT? He
    1. was a great medicineman and a prophet.
    2. traded with Arabs and Coastal people.
    3. advised the Akamba to avoid forcigners.
    4. collaborated with the british colonialists.
  21. The Great rift valley was formed as a result of
    1. faulting and sinking
    2. volcanic activities.
    3. folding of sedimentary rocks
    4. faulting and uprifting.

Use the diagram shown below to answer question 22
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  1. The weather instrument shown above is referred to as
    1. mercury barometer
    2. A hygrometer
    3. An anemometer
    4. An ancroid barometer
  2. Which one of the following leads to lawlessness in the society
    1. security
    2. poverty
    3. job creation opportunities
    4. general elections
  3. Most people migrate into towns MAINLY due to
    1. availability of jobs in rural arcas
    2. better learning institutions in towns.
    3. lack of industries in rural areas.
    4. shortage of land in rural areas.

Use the map of Eastern Africa provided below to answer questions 25 to 28.

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  1. The country marked Z is
    1. Uganda
    2. Burundi
    3. Djibouti
    4. Rwanda
  2. Three of the following communities are found in the country marked M. Which one is NOT?
    1. Amharas
    2. Oromo
    3. Falasha
    4. Sabaot
  3. The river marked K is likely to be
    1. Juba
    2. Shebelle
    3. White Nile
    4. Tana
  4. The MAIN crop that is grown in the area marked vvvvv is
    1. sugarcane
    2. maize
    3. bananas
    4. coffee
  5. Below are different types of fish
    Barracuda
    Herring
    Trout
    Mullet
    Tuna
    Which combination shows fresh water fish only?
    1. i and ii
    2. i and v 
    3. iv and v 
    4. ii and iii
  6. The following are characteristics of a vegetation zone in Africa.
    Trees have thorn and smooth barks
    Trees shed leaves at different times of the year
    Trees are tall and have a thick base.
    Most of the plants have shallow roots.
    The vegetation zone with the charateristic listed above is LIKELY to be
    1. Tropical rainforest
    2. Tropical savannah
    3. Mediterran vegetation
    4. Mangrove vegetation
  7. Which one of the following is TRUE about wheat growing in Kenya?
    1. Wheat is mainly grown in Nakuru, Eldoret and Laikipia
    2. Kenya does not export wheat since she does not produce alot.
    3. Kenyan wheat is harvested using combined harvesters.
    4. In Kenya, the crop is grown on large scale and small scale.
  8. Three of the following minerals are obtained using the open-cast method. Which one is NOT?
    1. Soda ash
    2. Limestone 
    3. Flourspar
    4. Diatomite
  9. In order to improve livestock breeds, beef farmers in Kenya and Tanzania are encouraged to practise
    1. group ranching
    2. overstocking
    3. in-breeding
    4. cross-breeding
  10. Which one of the following is NOT a contribution of the community in school development?
    1. Allowing the school to use its facilities such as fields
    2. Employing teachers to offer serveices to the school community.
    3. Feeding the school with learners and support staff.
    4. Providing resource persons to offer services to the school community. .
  11. What makes Nairobi which is near the equator cooler than Malindi which is far away from the Equator?
    1. Malindi has more industries than Nairobi
    2. Malindi receives convectional rainfall while Nairobi receives relief rainfall.
    3. Differences in altitude.
    4. Shape of the Kenyan coastline.
  12. Which one of the following is a similarity in the systems of government in both Kenya and Swiziland? In both countries
    1. civil servant implement government policies.
    2. political parties nominate members of parliament.
    3. the position of the commander-in-chief of the armed forces is hereditary.
    4. general elections are held after five years.
  13. River Ewaso Nyiro North drains its water in the
    1. Lake Turkana
    2. Indian Ocean
    3. Lake Victoria
    4. Lorian swamp
  14. Below were traditional methods of observing weather
    A clear sky with many stars at night.
    Appearance of flocks of sparrows in the sky
    Presence of a full moon,
    Sudden onset of high temperatures especially at night.
    Smell of moist soil in the air. Which one of the following combinations showed the approach of rains?
    1. ii, iv, v
    2. iii, iv, v
    3. i, ii, iv
    4. i, ii,
  15. Three of the following are methods of soil conservation. Which one is NOT?
    1. contour ploughing
    2. fallowin
    3. cultivating on steep slopes
    4. practising agroforestry in farms
  16. Ndeti, a standard eight boy on his way from school found two boys fighting. What action should he have taken?
    1. Report them at police station
    2. Call out for help from adults
    3. Mind his own business
    4. Separate the two boys.
  17. Three of the following are theories of human origin. Which one is NOT?
    1. Creation theory
    2. Evolution theory
    3. Mythical theory 
    4. Kinetic theory
  18. Mwangi and Opiyo, two pupils at Masomo primary school learnt that their classmate, Mbaya has HIV and AIDS. What should they do about it?
    1. Tell all their classmates about Mbaya's condition
    2. Advise Mbaya to seck medical advice.
    3. Laugh at Mbaya
    4. Pray for Mbaya.
  19. The MOST effective way of protecting children from abuse is
    1. giving stiff punishments to child abusers
    2. educating the public on the right of children.
    3. providing counselling services to victims of abuse.
    4. Educating all children on their rights.
  20. The MAIN problem facing tourism in Kenya
    1. insecurity and terrorism
    2. culture clash
    3. poor infrastructur
    4. inadequate tourism facilities
  21. Which one of the following is NOT a problem facing the last Alan Community (LAC)?
    1. Ideological dillerences
    2. Lack of political will
    3. War in Sudan
    4. Labour disputes
  22. Below are contributions of prominent leader in Africa.
    He abolished Sharia courts
    He carried our land reforms
    He nationalised the ownership of the Suez Canal
    He was a founder member of the organisation of African Unity (OAU)
    The contributions listed above were done by
    1. Kwame Nkurumah
    2. Leopold Scdar Senghor
    3. Gamal Abdel Nasser
    4. Nelson Mandela
  23. Below are descriptions of a multi-purpose river project in Africa.
    It is located at a gorge it.
    It has the largest artificial lake in the world by water volume
    It was completed in 1977
    It was mainly constructed to provide hydo-electric power
    The multi-purpose river project described above is LIKELY to be
    1. "The volta River Scheme
    2. The Tana River River Projects
    3. Kariba Dam Project
    4. The Aswan High Dan
  24. Which system of administration did the British use in Northern Nigeri?
    1. Direct rule
    2. Indirect rule
    3. Assimilation 
    4. Paternalism
  25. Horticultural produce in Kenya is transported to overseas markets through
    1. air
    2. roads
    3. the sea
    4. railways
  26. Who among the following are NOT members of the National Assembly in Kenya?
    1. 290 members elected directly during general elections.
    2. 12 members nominated by political parties.
    3. The speaker, who is an ex-officio member
    4. 16 women nominated by political parties.
  27. Which one of the following is a social right according to the Kenyan constitution?
    1. Right to work for a fair wage.
    2. Right to join a trade union 
    3. Right to vote.
    4. Right to health care
  28. Ole Supeyo and Ole Kaelo are fighting over grazing land. The BEST way to resolve their conflict is through
    1. negotiation
    2. dialogue
    3. a mediator
    4. a court process
  29. A child of five years who is found in Kenya and whose parents are not known is taken to be a citizen by
    1. birth
    2. naturalisation
    3. registration
    4. dual-citizenship
  30. The MAIN factor that undermines national unity in Kenya is
    1. corruption
    2. religious differences
    3. tribalism
    4. unequal distribution of national resources
  31. Chief Mkwawa of the Hehe was defeated by the Germans MAINLY because
    1. the Germans were more organised than the Hehe people.
    2. the Hehe warriors were brave.
    3. the Germans had superior weapons.
    4. the Germany soldiers were more than the Hehe warriors.
  32. Which one of the following aspects of our culture need to be preserved?
    1. Wife inheritance
    2. Cultural heritage
    3. Female Genital Mutilation
    4. Cattle rustling
  33. The MAIN problem facing regional trade in Africa is
    1. political differences
    2. similarity of goods produced
    3. poor transport systems
    4. Quota system
  34. Mr.Lumumba, the Social studies teacher at Bidii primary school has found three pupils taking alcohol outside the school. The BEST thing that he should do is
    1. advise the people on dangers of alcohol abuse.
    2. beat the pupils immediately.
    3. report the matter to the headteacher.
    4. embarass the pupils in the presence of their schoolmates
  35. The MAIN duty of the police in Kenya is to
    1. arrest law breaker
    2. ensure safety on Kenyan roads
    3. interpret the law.
    4. maintain law and order.
  36. The highest court in Kenya is the
    1. High court
    2. Court of Appeal
    3. Supreme court
    4. Kadhi's court

PART II: RELIGIOUS EDUCATION

CHRISTIAN RELIGIOUS EDUCATION

  1. Which one of the following statements DOES NOT shows that human beings are special compared to other God's creation? Human beings:
    1. were created in God's likeness and image.
    2. named all animals and plants.
    3. were put in the garden of Eden.
    4. have dominion and power over God's creation.
  2. Which one of the following was the MAIN result of man's disobedience? Human beings
    1. A. were cursed by God.
    2. started dying.
    3. were made to work and sweat.
    4. were chased out of the garden of Eden. 
  3. Which one of the following is the MAIN reason why Abraham is referred to as the father of faith? He
    1. was an old wise man.
    2. loved his son Isaac.
    3. lived with a barren wife.
    4. obeyed God.
  4. Which one of the following was the sign of the covenant made between Noah and God?
    1. Circumsion
    2. Cloud
    3. Rainbow
    4. Blood 
  5. God asked Moses to apppoint Ohaliab and Bezalel to help him in the building of covenant box. Which one of the following abilities did he lack?
    1. Healing
    2. Weaving
    3. Embroidery
    4. Engraving
  6. The MAIN reason why God called Moses was to?
    1. Perform miracles before Pharaoh.
    2. Lead Israelites out of their suffering.
    3. Teach the Israelites about God.
    4. Choose the person who was to lead the Israelites.
  7. Which one of the following actions was carried out by Moses at Mt. Sinai?
    1. Getting water from the stone.
    2. Building an alter 
    3. Feeding people with manna
    4. Performing miracles.
  8. According to Judges 7:20. Which one of the following was NOT given to Gideons army?
    1. Trumpet
    2. Torch
    3. Sword
    4. Jar
  9. "You are coming against me with sword, spear and Javelin but I came against you in the name of God Almighty "I Samuel 17:45". These words from David shows that he;
    1. had a lot of faith
    2. had a lot of strength
    3. was very powerful
    4. was ready to fight for the weak.
  10. All the following were done by Angel Gabriel EXCEPT? He
    1. appeared to Joseph in a dream.
    2. predicted the birth of Jesus.
    3. said Jesus would save mankind.
    4. announced the birth of Jesus.
  11. The following were presents given to baby Jesus by the wiseman. Which one is NOT?
    1. Gold
    2. Silver
    3. Myrrh
    4. Frankincense
  12. Which one of the following is the MAIN reason why King Herod wanted to kill baby Jesus?
    1. Jesus was born from a poor family.
    2. Jesus was born from the lineage of David.
    3. Jesus was born in Bethlehem of Judah.
    4. He feared that Jesus would become famous.
  13. By feeding five thousand people, Jesus showed one of the following character. Which one was it? He
    1. is powerful. 
    2. is caring.
    3. is generous.
    4. had faith.
  14. "Blessed are the pure in heart for they shall see God. Matthew 5:8". These words were spoken by Jesus during?
    1. The sermon on the mount
    2. His temptation by the devil
    3. His transfiguration
    4. The miraculous catch of fish 
  15. During the last supper Jesus took bread and broke it and shared with his disciples. The same way he took a cup of wine and gave it to his disciples. What did the bread symbolize? His
    1. body
    2. blood
    3. love
    4. saving power
  16. From the incident that Jesus shared a meal with Zacheus the tax collector, christians leam that they should
    1. condemn sinners.
    2. win sinnners through their deeds.
    3. not associate with sinners.
    4. deal with sinners carefully. 
  17. Which one of the following events took place when Jesus was at the garden of Gethsemane? He was
    1. lifted up to heaven.
    2. crucified.
    3. transfigured
    4. arrested. 7
  18. Who among the following people helped Jesus to carry the cross?
    1. Joseph of Arimathea
    2. Simon Peter
    3. Simon of Cyrene
    4. Nicodemus 
  19. Jesus is a sure hope of mankind. Which one of the following events marks his victory over death?
    1. Christmas
    2. Easter
    3. Pentecost
    4. Transfiguration
  20. Who among the following people was chosen to prepare Judas as an apostle of Christ?
    1. Mathias
    2. Barnabas
    3. Simon of Cyrene
    4. Nicodemus
  21. The early church prayed together, shared meals, shared their properties and shared the word of God together. All these activities symbolised?
    1. Charistimatic renewal
    2. The passover
    3. The holy communion
    4. The pentecost
  22. "Whatever you do, work heartily as serving the lord and not men". Colossians 3:23. Who among the following people said these words?
    1. James
    2. Peter
    3. Jesus
    4. Paul
  23.  Which one of the following was NOT a rite of passage in African traditional communities?
    1. Birth
    2. Marriage
    3. Baptism
    4. Death
  24. Which one of the following ways of worship is common to both the traditional African communities?
    1. Reciting prayers
    2. Making sacrifices
    3. Reading scriptures
    4. Baptising the believers
  25. Which one of the following is the MAIN role of grandparents in the bring up of children in traditional African communities? 
    1. Providing food for the children.
    2. Preparing them for initiation.
    3. unishing the evil doers
    4. Passing on the moral values. 8
  26. Wachira attended a crusade where the preacher prayed for a sick woman and she got well. Which one of the following gifts of the holy spirit did the preacher have?
    1. Word of wisdom
    2. Healing
    3. Preaching 
    4. Praying
  27. The following are good ways in which we can use our talents. Which one is NOT?
    1. Participating in cleaning of the market
    2. Offering guidance and counselling.
    3. Participating in choir practice.
    4. Asking for money after rendering help.
  28. Erick a class eight boy is forced by his friends to smoke cigarettes. As a christian, what is the BEST action for him to take?
    1. Report the matter at the police station.
    2. Refuse and change his company. C
    3. Report his friends to the headteacher.
    4. Smoke and then repent later.
  29. On her way from school, Damaris a class eight girl meets an old lady carrying a heavy basket. Suddenly the old lady falls down. As a christian, what is the BEST action for Damaris to take?
    1. Run away from the scene.
    2. Go back to school and get help.
    3. Assist her to rise up.
    4. Tell her to rise up and go.
    5. In which one of the following stations was the first church established in Kenya?
    6. Kiambu
    7. Kisumu 
    8. Malindi
    9. Rabai

ISLAMIC RELIGIOUS EDUCATION

  1. "Min Sharti Maakhalaq. Wa min Sharri ghaasigin Idhaa waqaba." This are verses from Surah
    1. Al-Falaq
    2. Al-Nasr
    3. Al-Kafirun
    4. Al-Masad
  2. What did AbuLahab do in the Surah Al Lahab, that made Allah (s.w) to curse him? He
    1. persecuted the early muslim converts
    2. attempted to demolish the holy kaaba
    3. openly called people into idol worship
    4. stopped the prophet from Da'awa.
  3. Surah Maun, promises a heavy punishment for people who commit all the following vices EXCEPT
    1. mistreatment of orphans
    2. performing prayers only to be seen by people.
    3. selling good with unjust measures.
    4. performing Swalats as you skip.
  4. Which one of the following characteristics describe Surah Al-Ikhlas?
    1. Al-Thuluithil Qur'an
    2. Al-Qalbul Qur'an
    3. Al-Fat-hul Our an
    4. Al-Muawidhatein
  5. How many chapters are there in the holy Qur'an?
    1. 141
    2. 441
    3. 414
    4. 114
  6. The two towns in which the holy Qur'an was revealed to prophet Muhammad (S.A.W) are
    1. Swafa and Sinai
    2. Makka and Madina
    3. Jerusalem and Bethlehem
    4. Syria and Taif
  7. "Visit him, never annoy him, when you prepare a broth increase the soups you mind about him" Who is this according to the hadiths?
    1. relative
    2. friend
    3. neighbour
    4. brother muslim
  8. Hadith. "A generous is near Allah, near paradise, near men and far from Hell. Which kind of a person is this? On
    1. who spends his wealth on the way of Allah.
    2. who gives essential services  to people in need.
    3. receives and takes good care visitors.
    4. who controls his soul and docs what benefits him in the hear after
  9. The prophet (p.b.u.h) showed us three signs of a hypocrite. Which one on the is NOT among them? He
    1. betrays trust
    2. never fulfils a promise 
    3. tell lies
    4. complains loudly
  10. Which one of the following values will enable a muslim to peacefully mix and interact with non-muslims even though they are annoyed
    1. Tolerance B
    2. Self reliance
    3. Patience
    4. Self discipline
  11. Which one among the following recitation in Swalah indicates change of a posture
    1. Rabbanaa Walakal-Hamd
    2. Allahu Akbar
    3. Assalaam Aleikum Warahmatullat
    4. Subhaan Rabi-al-Aalaa
  12. Zukkeina is not able to decide which high school to join after passing her KCPE exams excellently. Which Swalat should she perform to get guidance from Allah
    1. Swalatu Khusuf
    2. Swalalu Istiqa-a
    3. Swalat Tahajjud
    4. Swalatu Istikhaara
  13. Which form of purification is done passing dusty hands on the face
    1. Tayammum
    2. Istinjaa 
    3. Ghusul
    4. Istimna-a
  14. Dogs and pigs, their sweat, saliva and rashes are all classified under
    1. Najis Mutawasit
    2. Najis Mukhaffafa 
    3. Najis Mughalladha
    4. Najis Heidh
  15. The Islamic Sharia has identified and listed ______groups of people who quality to receive Zakkat.
    1. six
    2. eight
    3. five
    4. seven
  16. The meal prepared and feasted passed mid night by muslims in preparation for fasting that day is referred to as 
    1. Suhuur
    2. Walima
    3. Iftaar
    4. Twa'am
  17. In which of the following places will a hujaaj put on Ihraam to start Hajj activities? At
    1. Arafa
    2. Miqat
    3. Muzdalifa
    4. Minna
  18. Which one of the following is NOT an obligation towards a muslim dead body?
    1. Dafan
    2. Ruqiya
    3. Ghusul
    4. Kaffan
  19. Which of these is a pair of vices that those who engage in them receive the curses of Allah?
    1. Bribe and alcohol 
    2. Murder and theft
    3. Lies and falls testimony
    4. Apostacy and adultory
  20. The attribute of Allah(s.w), "Al-Mu-umin" means the
    1. magnificient
    2. sovereign
    3. designer
    4. trusted
  21. During the prophets ascent to the Arsh of Allah in the Miiraj trip, the prophet(p.b.u.h) used a special animal called
    1. Al-Baqara
    2. Buraq
    3. Al-Fiil
    4. Al-Qaswa 
  22. Where was the prophet (p.b.u.h) when he received the first revelation from Angel Jibril (A.S)?
    1. at Aqaba
    2. In cave Thaur
    3. On Mt Swafa
    4. In cave Hira
  23. Which one among these months of the Islamic calendar is NOT an Ash-hurul Hurum?
    1. 9th month
    2. 12th month
    3. 1st month
    4. 7th month
  24. The two daughters of the prophet Muhammad(S.A.W) who both got married to Caliph Uthman bin Affan were
    1. Zainaba and Faatima
    2. Ummu Kulthum and Zainab
    3. Faatima and Ruqayya
    4. Ruqayya and Ummu Kulthum
  25. Which mistake did some army men do during Uhud that made muslims almost loose that battle to the Qufaar?
    1. Some army men were just hypocrites
    2. They disobeyed the prophet's instructions 
    3. Some never joined the prophet in Swalat Khauf.
    4. When the prophet(p.b.u.h) got hurt.
  26. Which one among these Ummahaats were destroyed by Allah(s.w) because of injustice in measures in their businesses?
    1. Ummat Lut(A.S)
    2. Ummat Swalah (A.S)
    3. Ummat Shuaib(A.S)
    4. Ummat Nuh(A.S)
  27. What is Tawakkul?
    1. The fellowship of Allah
    2. Reliance on Allah 
    3. The commitment to Allah
    4. The fear of Allah
  28. Who accompanied the prophet (S.A.W) on his Hijra trip to Madina?
    1. Bilaal bin Rabbah
    2. Uthman bin Affaan 
    3. Abubakkar Sidiq
    4. Ayyub Auswari 
  29. For how long did the prophet(S.A.W) propagate Islam secretly?
    1. Three years
    2. Ten years
    3. Five years.
    4. Thirteen years
  30. Muslims and the Qureish elders drafted a Hudaibiyya peace agreement that was to last for a period of
    1. 23 years
    2. 17 years
    3. 10 years 
    4. 7 years

MARKING SCHEME

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

CRE

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

IRE

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