ECE112 TMA

Which of the following is the mostly used quantitative approach to site selection? _______________
Which of the following is among the sequence of activities in a project? ____________-
The longest time sequence of activities is referred to as ______________
Which of the following is a sales forecasting technique that uses historical data to develop a prediction for the future ? ____________
Which of the following is one of the primary decisions a manager should make in order to design a well-functioning operation? ______________
Benefits of e-governance to a developing countries are all except
How many level of participation is characterized by e-democracy initiative
The first level used technology to enable participation is known as
The third level used technology to empower citizens is known as
The secound level used technology to
Time saving and more conveniece is an example of e-participation outcomes for …………..
One of this is not an important function of policy
………. Ensures a good workable policy document in policy making process
Level of participation’ is a key dimension for effective engagement in……………
Which of these key dimension provides a place for some background information as to why the initiative achieved what it did.
Public network project are ………..
E-serve has how many main compount?
All these are main components of e-service except
One of those is not a benefit of e-service
What is the full meaning of ANAO model
What is the full meaning of SAFAD model
……… is defined as the cost effective and secure use of information and communication technologies in support of health and health related fields.
E-health =
All these are ‘es’ implicit in e-health except
E-health application can be used to
…………. defined Management as “getting things done by other people”
In Management, after working with people and resources, outputs are produced, which add ………. to the organisation
Henri Fayol states that activities of industrial undertakings can be groupted into the following, except
Which of these is part of the activities of industrial undertakings accounting to Henri Fayol
A scholar, Brech identified ………….. elements of Management
The person who controls and administers an organisation or a group of staff is a …………
Managers need Technical, conceptual and interpersonal ………………..
The components of Interpersonal ………… are problem solving decision Making and managing change
A one – man business is known as …………..
The norms, tastes and habits of the target popution constitute the ……………….. environment of management
Governance has always be dependent upon
One of these provides the potential to allow policy-makers to go directly to users of services and those at whom the policy is aimed to seek their input
………..dimension considers what personal informatio will be needed/collected, how it is used by the system, and also what citizens can and cannot do during the e-participation
Information policies are instruments of
Benefits of ICT to a developing country include the following except
All of these are policy and management considerations in digital inihatives except…..
According to ……..public network is a new concept
……. Dimension cosiders who should be engaged and by whom
One of these is not a feature of public network project
…….. Are deeds, efforts or performance or performance whose delivcery is mediatd by information technology
Population and its distribution constitutes ………….. environemnt of management
A good ………… must be specific, measurable, attainable, realistic and time – bound
There are …………… levels of management
The management function that reduces areas of uncertainty which surround management decision is ……………
The design of a desire future and the effective and efficient way of bring it about, is ……………
Any Difference between an actual situation and an expected situation is ……………..
Performance deficieny and performance opportunity are indications of ……………
The following are the criteria used for evaluating alternatives, except…………….
…………… are decisions that have no pre-existing structure.
………… are decisions made in respponse to changes that have already occurred.
Decision-making is usually done under the following conditions, except …………….
A Manager’s values, properity for risk and time pressures, influence ……………. decision making.
What habit should a manager cultivate to be able to counter time pressures?
The generationof idea without inhibitions many people feel in group settings is called ………….
The attributes of useful inormation include these except ………………
When information is stored in a manner that it can be reached and utilized whenever it is needed it is ……………
Any information that has all the necessary facts is ………….
Data mining, data marts, search engines, are some of the tools used by managers for retrieving and …………… information
problems which are unexpected and which can lead to disaster if not quickly resolved are ………….
The combination of expert opinions from different perspectives about an ambiguous is called …………
Physical education can contribute all of these to the well-being of the individual  except
The concept of ‘a sound mind in a sound body’ is derived from the
Physical education is that phase of education concerned with the all of these except
Physical education is the process of education that concerns activities which — except
Physical education is a discipline that involves the use of the
Physical education involves movement opportunities on these except
Jumps, half turn in trampoline, tumbling and angular twist in diving all of these are
These movement opportunities are realised through the following methods except
The medium through which individuals acquire formal knowledge in physical education is known as
This is an aspect of physical education that deals with physical activities engaged in outside the classroom but within the school facility.
The __  provides avenues such as inter-class and inter-house in games, athletics, gymnastics andsports for individual pupils to engage in.
It encourages sports competition among schools, colleges and universities for those students anxious to train and compete on a collegiate level in such sports as volleyball, athletics, football, badminton, handball, weightlifting, etc.
It is through the well
planned extramural sports that the pupils/athletes are exposed to such sports where they now exhibit their skillful talents to the outside world.
The physical activities for the physically challenged/handicapped set of people/pupils is known as
The activities performed by an individual during hours when he/she is not at work is called
What type of education teaches people how to utilise leisure hours in a useful or constructive way?
Which acitvity involves socially acceptable and worth-while activities in which person voluntarily participates
Which activity provides firm and positive social interactions among pupils.
Which activities promote friendship and self- esteem.
Which kind of sports are pupils/athletes are exposed to such sports where they now exhibit their skillful talents to the outside world.
__________ consists of using gestures to strengthen a verbal message
__________ is the study of body movements, facial expressions, and gestures.
Argyle (1988) concluded there are ________ primary functions of non-verbal bodily behavior in human communication.
Communication can now be seen as a very complex process which goes beyond ________ making.
Business communication examines verbal, non-verbal and written communication in the world of ________.
Communication is a _________-way street.
Businesses today are heavily dependent on information to __________ organisational needs.
Business communications are used to _________ a product, service, or an organisation
Business Communication can also refer to __________ communication.
Good communication is a _______ for good managers.
A ________ is a word that conveys relationships between other words, usually in time, place or direction.
___________ actually helps the flow of the message being presented in writing form to be meaningful.
Punctuation is the system of ____________.
Apostrophe  forms the possessive case of a ______________________________________________________
A ____________________ is a group of two or more grammatically linked words without a subject and predicate.
A topic sentence  is also known as a __________________________________________________ sentence.
A __________________________ sentence contains one independent clause and at least one dependent clause.
A __________________________ sentence consists of a single independent clause with no dependent clauses.
In _______________________________________________, a sentence is an expression in natural language
This single-word command is also a _________________________ even though it does seem to have a subject.
One important task in writing is choosing a ____ and then narrowing it to a length that can be covered in the space allowed.
Writers can also use the writing phase to experiment with ways of expressing _______.
___________ consists of memos, letters, and electronic mail.
_________________________________________________ mail is a less formal version of memos and letters.
A __________ letter is the one that accompanies your CV when you are applying for a job.
A letter of enquiry is when you are approaching a company ___________.
In planninig public speaking, the ___________ of presentations should be prepared with a goal in mind.
The first decision a presentation planner must make is whether to speak from notes or to write a ________ speech.
Showing that you have mastery over your material increase your listeners‘ _________ in you and also sets them at ease.
Interpersonal communication enhances ________ relationship.
Who defined health as health is a means to an end and not an end in itself?
Health is a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being, not merely the absence of disease or infirmity as defined by —-
Who sees health as a condition or quality of life which enables one to meet his/her responsibilities effectively?
Health affects all of these all of these well-being except
A clean environment that promotes positive
Health is  —– in nature
The factors that play domonant role in health are these except
Health education is about the —– and practical application of the health knowledge acquired or health information received.
Health education can be viewed from the following perspectives except
Before a learner is exposed to learning the pupil must grow in all these areas except
All of these contribute to good study habit in PHE except
Which of these is not pertinent to good study habit
The basic involvement skills required for the achievement or attainment of other major skills in physical education are
Sitting, standing, walking, turning, running, etc are what skills?
A continuous smooth movement along the surface of the floor/ground in which the feet are continually in touch or contact with the surface of the ground is
How many categories of movement are there?
Activities using rhythm-songs or beats to express action make use of
One of these is not a value of fundamental activity
The types of sports and games organised within the school are known as
How many steps are there in the planning of an intramural programme?
________ concluded that managers really fill a series of ten roles which are grouped into three major roles.
An unorganised enterprise does not, of course, exist in a _________.
Communication is essential to all _________ of the managerial process
People working together in groups to achieve some goal must have roles to play is _______.
__________ involves influencing people so that they will contribute to organisational and group goals.
There are _______ levels of management,
 _______gives direction to managers and non-managers alike.
__________ are also referred to plans in that they are general statements
_________ is necessary for control, but it cannot serve as a sensible standard of control unless it reflects plans.
Planning requires a __________ diagnosis of the opportunity situation.
A learner’s first day at school may determine his/her liking________ or not.
It is the duty of the __________ to make learners welcomed to school
The teacher is expected to know the _________ of learners and use them
Before 1970, social studies in the school curriculum was referred to as:
The teachers relationship with learners must always be______________ and not personal
Arriving at school for the first time is usually a total ________ experience
The ________ can make use of natural qualities and skills of learners to help them develop interest in social studies
When children are restless and sometimes take risks before counting the cost. We are referring to______
It is advisable that teachers should always consider a realistic and achievable__________.
In planning activities for learners in social studies, the teacher has to put to mind that there is need to create time for­_____________.
A learner’s first day at school may determine his/her liking________ or not.
It is the duty of the __________ to make learners welcomed to school
The teacher is expected to know the _________ of learners and use them
Before 1970, social studies in the school curriculum was referred to as:
The teachers relationship with learners must always be______________ and not personal
Arriving at school for the first time is usually a total ________ experience
The ________ can make use of natural qualities and skills of learners to help them develop interest in social studies
When children are restless and sometimes take risks before counting the cost. We are referring to______
It is advisable that teachers should always consider a realistic and achievable__________.
In planning activities for learners in social studies, the teacher has to put to mind that there is need to create time for­_____________.
Decision is considered a ______ part of planning.
“choosing among alternatives;” is ________
A course of action can seldom be judged alone because virtually every decision Is be geared to other __.
The decision-making process _______ with the existence of a problem
Decision making is synonymous with _________.
Decision making process as a set of eight steps by _________.
Groups or teams can help a manager achieve _________.
Everyone in organisations makes decisions, but decision making is particularly important in every aspect of a _______ job.
When mangers plan, organise, lead, and control – they are frequently called decision ________.
Much of a manager’s decision-making activity is _______.
It is the duty of the __________ to make learners welcomed to school
The teacher is expected to know the _________ of learners and use them
Arriving at school for the first time is usually a total ________ experience
The ________ can make use of natural qualities and skills of learners to help them develop interest in social studies
A place where relevant information concerning religions or education generally can be gathered is called
A good resource center should not only be located in a strategic place but it must have
In planning activities for learners in social studies, the teacher has to put to mind that there is need to create time for­_____________.
When children display great desire to know everything around them, we are referring to_________.
When Learners participate in play activities, drawing, competitions, games, etc we are referring to______.
To do the above, the teacher has to question himself on these except
It is the duty of the __________ to make learners welcomed to school
The teacher is expected to know the _________ of learners and use them
Arriving at school for the first time is usually a total ________ experience
The ________ can make use of natural qualities and skills of learners to help them develop interest in social studies
A place where relevant information concerning religions or education generally can be gathered is called
A good resource center should not only be located in a strategic place but it must have
In planning activities for learners in social studies, the teacher has to put to mind that there is need to create time for­_____________.
When children display great desire to know everything around them, we are referring to_________.
When Learners participate in play activities, drawing, competitions, games, etc we are referring to______.
To do the above, the teacher has to question himself on these except
Managerial decision making is assumed to be __________.
______ decision making, the problem is clear and unambiguous.
Managers regularly use their ________, and it may actually help improve their decision making
Managers must make choices based on limited or bounded, ______.
The goal of the decision maker is ____, the problem is familiar, and information about the problem is easily defined and complete.
A ________ is a series of interrelated sequential steps that a manager can use for responding to a structured problem.
The ideal situation for making decisions is one of ________.
Assuming that we know what our goals are and agree on clear planning premises, the first step of decision making is to develop ________.
___________has been accepted in recent times as a vital tool for management appraisal
Planning _________ are defined as the anticipated environment in which plans are expected to operate.
How Many modules are in primary five social studies curriculum?
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The education which Nigerian passed down to succeeding generations as distinct could take place__________.
_____________ defined social studies as the aspects or portions of the social sciences that have been selected and adapted for us in schools
________________ is an agenda for a lesson.
__________ of a lesson is important because the teacher needs to be clear about what to achieve from the lesson
It is advisable that teachers should always consider a realistic and achievable__________.
In planning activities for learners in social studies, the teacher has to put to mind that there is need to create time for­_____________.
When children display great desire to know everything around them, we are referring to_________.
When Learners participate in play activities, drawing, competitions, games, etc we are referring to______.
____________ provides management better guidelines to the entire organization on crucial point of “what is it we are trying to do and to achieve”?
The concept of ________________ is central to understanding the process of strategic management
According to Quinn and Rogers, strategy comes from the Greek word ________________________
The term ____________ evolved at about the end of world war 11 as an alternative course of action.
______________________ defines strategy as a rule for making decisions under conditions of partial ignorance whereas policy a contngent decision
_____________ is the set of managerial decisions and actions that determines the long-run performance of a corporation
__________________refers to strategy as the interpretation of the environment and development of consistent patterns in streams of organizational decisions
According to___stratergic management is concerned with the overall long range direction of organizations, provides a framework for operational management
Strategic management in the 21st century must incorporate ____________________and good leadership
In a large business such as in the multinationals, the srtategic management is handled at the ___________________ management level
…is therefore supposed to tackle the obstacles at the human environment.
Who is the main officers controlling the Votes (OCVs) in local government?
The function of ……. in local government is to promote accountability
which  …. document  consists of revenue and expenditure
which of these inutition feel removed from execution of plans  .
there are two main types of Grants specific and…
one of the  General/Administrative Revenues of Local Government is …
Local governments have come to have similar structure and perform similar functions since the …. Reforms.
what kind of Mayor is elected between 1-6 yrs
…… Approves budgets and make bye-laws
Local Government is the ……tie of government to the people.
That local government is a …… system of government
Local government controls  a given…..
in a local government, there are two decision making groups council and ..
one of these is a department found in the local government today.
…… replaced the old provinces whose continued stay was seen as a danger to national unity.
Council is composed of between .. members elected at large
who said  that in the British system most controls comes through inspections and grants .
The key objectives of IGR is to
This is the bedrock of local government development but in terms of revenue
The administrative structure of local government is …. as in any other government
In Nigeria, the Reform spells out a population of 150,000 to ..
which of these countries has a strong  the strongest democratic tradition
The French system has been highly centralized before …
There are  how many forms of relationship
…is the interaction between Federal, State and Local
governments.
A ….is normally elected from among themselves who directs meetings of Council.
the…….appoints both mayor and council.
This is the most popular form of American Municipal government
the major unit of local government is  …
The performances of the tertiary institutions have also not been encouraging.
Industrial strikes by the ………………….. unions
The grossly ill-equipped laboratories and educational infrastructural facilities
should be …………
A programme is defined as relating to specific sphere ofgovernment activity involving a particular package of legislation
The …………………… of adult and non-formal education has affected adults who missed the
opportunity of having formal education.
Policy can be ……… as a model.
A public policy may cover a major portion of its ………… which are
consistent with the development policy.
The concept of public policy presupposes that there is a domain of life which is not
………. or purely individual, but held in common.
Nigerian leaders should……….. research designed to improve the quality of
education.
Government should ……….. the enabling environment to encourage teaching
and learning
The public comprises that domain of ……. activity
which is regarded as requiring governmental intervention or common action.
Public Policy Analysis is a subdivision of………..
The growth and study of Public
Policy analysis became a phenomenon in the 1960’s and ……..
he study of Political
Science was largely dominated by the …….who borrowed a lot from the
historical method of analysis.
According to
…………., “policy science is a new supra-discipline, oriented towards the
improvement of policy-making and characterized by a series of paradigms different in
important respects from contemporary normal sciences
Policy Science is regarded as a higher transition from policy …….
In process of policy,completing  a policy may be general or ………….
……………. can also be studied for political and administrative reasons in order to ensure that governments select and adopt appropriate policies.
the field of public policy has assumed considerable importance in response to
the increasing complexity of the …………….
Prior to the emergence of the behaviouralists, ………….. has borrowed a lot
from the historical method of analysis (descriptive method)
Some social scientists and scholars have attempted to discuss ………… of policy
issues
……………… at all levels are involved in a large number and complexity of public
policies.
…………… involve what government is going to do, such as constructing
highways, paying welfare benefits, acquiring bombers, or prohibiting the retail sale of
liquor.
………., in contrast, pertain to how something is going to be done or who
is going to take action.
According to  Lowi
1972, how many types of policies do we have
……… at all levels in Nigeria – national, state, and local – have been
increasingly active in developing public policies.
……………. analysis involves the study of the causes, processes, formation,
implementation and consequences of public policy
……………….., says it is “any type of analysis that generates and presents information in such
a way as to improve the basis for policy-makers to exercise their judgment”
…………… defines policy analysis “as finding out what governments do, why they do
it and what difference it makes
…………… is an additional criterion for judging proposed policy research,
as contrasted to completed policy research
…………………….. refers to the extent to which policy research differs from
previous research, although even highly original research builds and
synthesizes prior research
Administration is a —– concerned with identifying maintaining, controlling and unifying formally and informally organized human and material resources
Administration has to do with getting things done with the accomplishment of —-
Human activities become useful and achieved some level of success due to spirit of —- in only organization
Arrange these in order of administrative process
Administration can be seen as an —- part of any organization
The survival of all organizations like the school and other institutions is dependent largely on the —– of administrative services available
Administrations influences the —- of any organization
The administrator uses a —- as a basic for deriving answers or approach to specific situations
An Administrator seeks —- capable of guiding the application of general ideas to specific situations
Educational Administration is a means of achieving the goals of education through effective and efficient —- of available inputs
Decision is considered a ______ part of planning.
“choosing among alternatives;” is ________
A course of action can seldom be judged alone because virtually every decision Is be geared to other __.
The decision-making process _______ with the existence of a problem
Decision making is synonymous with _________.
Decision making process as a set of eight steps by _________.
Groups or teams can help a manager achieve _________.
Everyone in organisations makes decisions, but decision making is particularly important in every aspect of a _______ job.
When mangers plan, organise, lead, and control – they are frequently called decision ________.
Much of a manager’s decision-making activity is _______.
Managerial decision making is assumed to be __________.
______ decision making, the problem is clear and unambiguous.
Managers regularly use their ________, and it may actually help improve their decision making
Managers must make choices based on limited or bounded, ______.
The goal of the decision maker is ____, the problem is familiar, and information about the problem is easily defined and complete.
A ________ is a series of interrelated sequential steps that a manager can use for responding to a structured problem.
The ideal situation for making decisions is one of ________.
Assuming that we know what our goals are and agree on clear planning premises, the first step of decision making is to develop ________.
___________has been accepted in recent times as a vital tool for management appraisal
Planning _________ are defined as the anticipated environment in which plans are expected to operate.
Organization are usually —- as they have multiple goals and more people working with them
One characteristics that all organizations share is that they are composed of —-
Organizations are needed to provide —- for communication command and coordination of activities and people’s efforts.
To operate successful an enterprise, school or a government unit must have — which provides for the clear allocation of functions and responsibilities
Departmentalization occurs in organizations so as to bring about —-
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An organization establishes —- that will enhance the effectiveness of the organization in attaining its goals
In order to make the system work, formal organizations  provide mans of —- and provide control devices to take care of normal human lapses
In a school system, —- and —- measures performance and provide feedback to the learner
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Educational Administration involves —- of resources
Educational Administration also involves high degree of —- on the part of organizational members
Two important issues for Administrator  are —– and —
 —- is a factor which closely affects the performance of work and the overall sufficiency of an organization
Good —- sets are example, provides guidance, encouragement and instruction
Many school disputes and problems could easily be avoided if there were —- of staff and students
Knowledge of — can help every administrator to understand his subordinates and to top management when framing policies
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 The primary administrative function of —- are informing instructing, directing, evaluating and influencing others
QUESTIONS
Any place where procedures concerned with the receipt, transmittal, production, reproduction,
processing, storage and retrieval of information and carried out is known as:
Clear writing in official communication is not limited to legibility, it also involves _____________
_____________ is defined as a communication in writingg, usually in files, between two or more
officials
Clarity of though and expression, accuracy, good grammar, courtesy, are all features of a good ___
When a letter reference number is A1000/10, but there is no room for endorsement on that page,
it must be referenced as ______________
A summary of a subject prepared for a superior authority such as a Minister to introduce a
memorandum in council is kno as :
Some official files are marked “B.U”. What does the abbreviation stand for?
The full meaning of “F.F.A” on a file in the office is:
A file labelled f.n.a refers to a matter
The abbreviation “a.b.c” means _____________
What is the official abbreviation for “Acting” in a public sector organisation?
If a document is sent to an officer lablled “S.F.S”, what does it mean?
What does “S.I.V” document refers to?
Note bene means ____________
Para is an abbreviation for:
D.V.E.A Book refers to:
A file labelled “D.G” in a Directorate is for ____________
The expression “Ad Infinitum” means
Ipso facto means:
The expression, “at the first glance” is referred to as:
The abbreviation “a.b.c” means _____________
What is the main filing system used in government offices?
The grouping of files under well defined subject headings or identification by means of
sectional symbols is _______________
Training is abbreviated as TRG 1, TRG 2, how is personnel abbreviated in filing system?
____________ may be defined as an aplphabetical list of subject discussed in a book or
file, showing the page or pages where each subject is dealt with or mentioned
Advance preparation before a Governor visits a place, secruity preparation, accommodation,
handling of Imprest for the trip, feeding, are all aspects of __________________
Which of the following is not a fucntion of an office?
The techniques for clear wrting include the following except one:
_____________ are a list of separate items to be discussed at a meeting
It is advided that Handing Over Notes should end as follows: Handed over by and __________
All civil servants are required to take an Oath of
Tangible products are those projects whose output are tangible and can be seen with the naked eye
Intangible projects are those that require commitment of resources but whose input can not be seen with the naked eye
All projects may have three main objectives, namely: time, performance and budgetary objectives
A major problem of projects in Nigeria is the quality
One of the reasons for monitoring projects is to check exhaustion of funds and abandonment
The key functions of the project manager are communication and coordination
A project matrix is not different from a functional matrix
A project manager must ensure that the projects meet the set objectives
It is not the duty of the project manager to ensure that the project is implemented
Pure project teams have advantages and disadvantages
A pure project team is a constituted work group within an organization
A Task Force Team is created to tackle or solve a major problem
The idea of quality management is associated with Japanese firms
In a teamwork, individual spirit is more important than team spirit
Good interpersonal relations is critical to the realization of organizational goal
Labour constitutes a very critical component of project cost
Direct costs are those costs which are not directly attributed to a job or project
Factory costs are mainly applicable to manufacturing concerns
Recurrent expenditure relates to expenditures that are incurred on daily basis
Capital expenditure relates to expenditures on projects
For any transaction or document to be termed a contract, there must be an offer and acceptance
Another condition for a contract to exist is the issue of capacity
Every project to be executed must have a time frame
There are two ways of considering a project time frame namely: the free planning approach and target-led approach
A project schedule matches the organization’s available resources to the project plan
Network Analysis achieved great prominence during the period of the World War II
A major strength of network analysis is that it enables all the tasks in a project to be clearly defined
Precedence notations indicate clearly the start and finish of activities
The main aim of a project meeting is to determine who to award the contract to
A project resource is any person (labour) equipment, tool or money that is needed for work on a project
Under colonial rule, white dominated——-and——-level of administration in Nigeria
The ———of public administration in the present dispensation is many and continuous
The central administration for Lagos, Gold coast, Gambia was transferred to Free town, Sierra Leone between — to—.
The Acts of ————- is stipulated in Nigeria constitution.
Staffs of statutory corporation or parastatal are called————–.
Second world war gave a great boost to the ————–of the public sector in Nigeria
Public administrators modify ——,  ———, and social structure of the country
Administration is what is done in an————
Public administrators are involved in ———–.
Public administration serves as a ——–of national development.
Administrative behaviour is not always————–.
Under ecology school pattern of administration is highly imitative rather than ———–.
Transitional societies are ———- societies.
There is ————– of traditional and modern administration taking place in one society.
Socio- cultural environment influences the practice of public administration in Nigeria.
Riggs model of administration in transition is called?
Refracted societies are ——— societies.
Public Administration lacks a universally accepted ————-.
Public administration is found in all ————– of governance.
Nigeria public administration is not better described with SALA model.
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Alteration in social order of a society leads to —————..
Consequences that result from government action or in action is known as…………..
Intra-state politics is ———– a country.
High degree of formalism is found in a ———– society.
Local government allocation of jurisdictional power is spelt out under the ____  schedule of 1999 constitution
Nigeria administrative system relies much on the style/ policies borrowed from other countries. TRUE OR FALSE?
Positive, social, and political change can address injustice brought through conflict. True or false?
change 86 to base 2
– 20 – (- 24)
(- 15) ÷ (- 3)
√27  X   √50
5/6   +  3/8
14/10    X   6/7  X  8/9
3/8 (4x-5) – 5/12 (3x -5)
(32)3
Divide the exponent 64 by 62
3√ (-8y15n3)
 Umenemi  Nig  Ltd  water  wants  to  increase  its water rate of 56kobo in the ratio 10:7. Determine the water rate.
Given that y is the sum of two quantities, one of which  varies  as  x  and the  other  which  varies  inversely  as  x.  If  y  =  20  when  x  =  1  and  y  =  12 when x = 3, find the values of y when x = 6.
Find the value of y in the following equation. y(10 – 2) = 80
Solve the simultaneous equations 3w + 2x = 21 – – – (1) 2w + 5x = 3 – – – (2) What is  X
Calculate  W from above
Solve the following quadratic equation (x + 3) (x – 5) = 20
Find which term is 383 from the following series, 5 + 8+ 11 + … n.
 A data collected and used to make inference   as  related  to  the occurrence of events is called
The followings are methods of collecting data except
A series of rectangles which heights are plotted proportionally to the values that are represented or assessed is called
__________ are natural numbers with no factor other than, unity or itself
Cubic numbers are numbers that are ___________ power of natural numbers
___________ numbers can be converted from one base to another
The most common conversion is usually from base __________ to other bases
The discovery of zero in _________ AD help resolved the problem in numbers.
Zero was not a natural number so there were problems that became unresolved such as 2-2, 3-3, and ________
When zero is included to the set of natural numbers we have what is called ________ numbers.
_________ is a whole numbers that do not have any form of fraction associated with it.
The positive numbers are usually called _________ integers.
There are two strategies of drawing the number line. It can be drawn horizontally or ________-.
The two major types of counselling are ____ and ______
Guidance and counselling was established in the United States of America for the issue of _______
Guidance and counselling originated at the beginning of the 20th century for socieity’s emphasis on ______
One of these was part of Historical events that facilitated the origin of guidance and counselling in America
In guidance, the locus of control remains with the _______
Modern guidance in USA started formally in _____
What is full meaning of CASSON
Which of these is a false statement
How many phases has the counselling process?
One of the phases of counselling process is _____
What is Career planning?
One of the factors to consider while one engages in career planning exercise is . . .
Western education was said to be introduced into this country in the year __________
________ is said to be in progress when a client participates in assessing needs and evaluating  progress
One of the basic principles of guidance and counselling is that the service is also for “_____”, developing children and adults
The service of the guidance counsellor that enables him/her to assess the effectiveness of their stewardship in a school is known as . . . .
Individual counselling process is _________
Which country did guidance and counselling originate from?
Which of these is the most important record needed by the school counsellor?
How can counselling teachniques be acquired by a professional counsellor?
What is Career planning?
One of the factors to consider while one engages in career planning exercise is . . .
Western education was said to be introduced into this country in the year __________
________ is said to be in progress when a client participates in assessing needs and evaluating  progress
One of the basic principles of guidance and counselling is that the service is also for “_____”, developing children and adults
The service of the guidance counsellor that enables him/her to assess the effectiveness of their stewardship in a school is known as . . . .
Individual counselling process is _________
Which country did guidance and counselling originate from?
Which of these is the most important record needed by the school counsellor?
How can counselling teachniques be acquired by a professional counsellor?
Which of the following techniques uncovers someone’s feelings or reactions to situation or persons?
Which type of counselling technique involves the counsellor’s verbal and non-verbal reactions to the problem of the client?
Which of the following is NOT a guidance function of the school principal?
All of the following are solutions to the problems of effective implementation of school guidance programme EXCEPT . . . .
________ is regarded as father of American guidance movement
Guidance and counselling originated from America at the beginning of the _______century.
The three basic stages in vocational development are . . . .
The journal published by the counselling association of Nigeria is called . . . .
Which domain deals with rational and intellectual thought?
Intelligence test is the most widely known type of ____ test
According to Nigerian law, any one under the age of _______ is known as a child
Which of these normally refers to the school for children between five and six years?
Creche is for children below the age of ________

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