Caleb university has been proven to be one of the prestigious universities in Nigeria in recent times, and to gain admission into this institution is highly competitive.
The essence of this writeup is to show you a reliable way to pass your Caleb University post UTME screening test as you venture in to seek admission. We have compiled complete Caleb post utme past questions for you. We have also added accurate answers to help you during preparation.
On that note, let’s delve into the benefits of past questions and how they can transform your grades. These are reasons why it is important to solve past questions.
The Benefit of Having CALEB Past Questions and Answers
-Helps you work on your speed
Most students sometimes lose marks not necessarily because they do not have answers to the questions but because they run out of time. I know I mentioned that you can use past questions books but there is only one way you can check your speed and that is with the Past Questions.
-You can explore the answers to the questions
Questions that otherwise would have confused you in the exam hall will not get you sweating because you have the chance to find answers while solving past questions. It is important to take time to check the answers to the questions while as you solve them.
How is Caleb Past Questions Patterned?
We have made it simple for you. We bring all the questions which is usually in objective pattern. We have put them together but we indicate the specific years for every question and the correct answers in order to save your time. All you need to do is to devote quality time to study the Past Questions.
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SECTION A COMPREHENSION
Read the following passages carefully and answer the questions which follow
When Mr Appiah looked at the two happy faces of his nephews, he forgot about his aching feet and smiled. He had spent the whole day showing Asare and Attah, who came from the village, around Accra. He was satisfied that they were happy. It was not until they were seated on a bench in the public garden that he realized how hot, tired and dusty he was.
It was a long time since he had walked so much. Like many other successful men, Mr Appiah had acquired the habit of going everywhere in his car, so that day‟s sight-seeing expedition had worn him out.
„Well, what do you think of Accra?‟ He asked the boys.
„Oh!‟ exclaimed Attah. „it‟s a wonderful place!‟
„I didn‟t imagine any place could be like this, Uncle‟ said Asare, „Everything is so splendid. The roads are very wide and the buildings magnificent‟.
„Boys, don‟t get the wrong impression. Today you‟ve seen the best parts of our city, but there are bad areas with buildings falling apart, narrow streets and insanitary conditions. However, these buildings are being demolished, said Mr. Appiah.
1. Mr Appiah was hot, tired and dusty because ………..
A. he had gone to bring his nephews from the village. B. he had taken his nephews to the high buildings
C. he had shown the boys around the city of Accra.
D. he had helped them to demolish the buildings
E. he had been satisfied that the boys were happy
2. Where were the boys living before visiting Accra?
A. In the high buildings
B. In the village
C. In the big houses
D. In the public gardens
E. In the building falling apart.
3. Everything is so splendid means everything is …………..
A. satisfactory B. magnificent C. important
4. According to the passage many successful men are used to ………..
A. walking around Accra
B. bringing their nephews from the village to Accra
C. going on sight-seeing in the city of Accra
D. talking with boys in the public gardens
E. riding in cars wherever they go
5. Which of the following statements is not true according to the passage?
A. Every part of the city is wonderful and splendid
B. Mr Appiah normally rides in his car
C. Asare and Attah are in Accra for the first time
D. The boys rested in the public gardens
E. The boys as well as Mr Appiah must have been hot, tired and dusty
6. Insanitary conditions in the last paragraph means ………….
A. some people in Accra are insane
B. some places in Accra are dirty and unclean C. insanitary is seen in all conditions in the city D. unsatisfactory reports about the city
E. there are many sanitary inspectors in Accra
7. Demolished as used in the passage means
A. replaced B. repaired C. painted
D. pulled down
E. hire out
The Akosombo Dam and the great Volta Lake are famous over the world. The two main reasons for building the dam were, to generate electricity and to use the electricity for the production of aluminium from bauxite.
Aluminium is used throughout the world; so both the production of electricity and the production of aluminium are of great value to Ghana.
It may seem strange to talk about producing electricity by building a dam, but in fact a lot of dams have been built all over the world for this purpose. What happens is that a concrete wall, called a dam, is constructed across a river at a narrow point. A large lake then develops behind the wall. Tunnels are made in the dam so that water from the lake can rush fiercely through them. This powerful flow of water is used to drive huge machines called turbines, to generate electricity. All that the engineers need is the water rushing down from the lake, and all this costs them nothing! But of course the building of the dam and the fixing of the machines cost a great
deal of money.
Big dams have been built in many parts of the world. The Akosombo Dam is one of the biggest. However, the lake, which has been formed, is in fact the biggest man-made lake in the world.
8. The main reasons why Akosombo Dam was built were ……….
A. to produce electricity to manufacture aluminium
B. to produce electricity from aluminium and bauxite
C. to find the mineral called bauxite and use it
D. to use aluminium and electricity Dollar to Naira Rate
E. to make aluminium, bauxite and electricity
9. Aluminium is produced from …………
C. bauxite D. machine E. tunnels
10. From the passage, dams are built all over the world mainly to ……….
A. produce aluminium from bauxite
B. provide water for the generation of electricity
C. extract bauxite from lakes D. provide water for drinking E. make electricity cheap