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Capitalism or capital market is an economic system based on ……. ownership of the means of production.
In secondary cooperatives, one man one vote is not practiced but ……….. Voting
The principles of cooperation means each member has the right to…….. irrespective of his or her share capital holding.
Tertiary cooperatives exist to take care of the interest of members of the ………cooperatives
Tertiary cooperative is the ……….. via which single or multi-purpose societies can attain their economic needs.
In 1976, the Federal government of Nigeria established three cooperative colleges for the sole purpose of enhancing continuous cooperative education in the country. Thes ecolleges were located in
Problems of consumer cooperatives can be attributed to any of the following  EXCEPT
The National Advisory Council (NAC) is statutorily empower to …… the President of Nigeria on issues relating cooperative in general and specifically on matters relating to policies and strategies.
In 1979, the Federal government set up the National Cooperative Insurance Society of Nigeria (NCISON) with base in
The Nigerian National Cooperatives wholesale Association (NNCWA) established in 1976 and funded by the government is to ……….  essential consumer goods through state cooperative wholesalers
The National Cooperative Insurance Society of Nigeria (NCISON) activities are purely
The secondary cooperatives are located at the …….  government headquarters
The head of federated cooperative societies are …….appointed from the supervising ministry
….. Is not an element of cooperative management
…. Is not one of the responsibilities of members of a cooperative
The functions of Cooperative Board of Directors does not include..
In electing Board members the following are important except….
…. Not needed to be an effective cooperative
Salesmanship is the tactics of …. A buyer to buy a good or service
… is not a quality of a salesman
Salesmanship can be executed through selling …. And ……..
The selling process does not include…..
The number of stages a sales person passes through in selling his products depends on the …… of the product
One of the greatest benefits of pre-primary education to children is the development of_______
pre-primary school exposes children to many other children from different social, economic, religious and____background
self confidence and boldness which children acquire during the pre-school years go a long way in shaping their____life
The pre-primary school helps to inculcate in the child the spirit of_______
High quality early childhood programmes are more effective in helping children to______
high quality pre-primary education enhances the ______of pupils in the primary school
pre-primary education is not a luxury hence all children particularly those from______homes need it
social unit that pursues specific goals which they are structured to serve is called_______
a group of persons working together for a common purpose is known as________
effective organisation and______is essential for the successful realisation of the goals of education.
Effective organisation and management provides the essential structure upon which policy makers, and educators build school standards and_____
Effective organisation and management also promotes good discipline among staff and___in the school
Effective organisation and management will also promote good academic achievement of the____
_____are the major components of a school organisation.
______refers to the length of the course or programme
The duration for the primary school is______years
a child remains in the primary school from the age of six to_______years plus
the pre-primary school age in Nigeria is fixed between_______and________
______refers to the number of weeks or months children keep in the school
The length of pre-primary and primary school year in Nigeria is about_______weeks
_____is school educational programmes which include programmes of studies, programme of activities and programme of guidance
Emphasis in pre-primary and primary school curriculum is on the following except______
basic principles of child development and learning include the following except________
_____can  be described as the process of organising test data into interpretable forms on a number of facts
a process of gathering, analysing and interpreting data to be used in taking decisions is known as______
An instrument or a procedure used for measuring a sample of behaviours or performance in a given situation is called___
_______comes up only at the end of a term or course
The sub-theories relevant to pre-school child’s learning as identified by Onibokun et al. (1987) are as follows except____
The sub-theories derived from the cognitive theory of learning are as follows except_____
Learning Styles of Pre-School Children include the following except________
 ______means a statement of something that must be done
Which of the following is not a family of mass media?
The hardware approach to educational technology means______?
The acronym IKOR means_____
CAL means what?
 The stage at which the first Bible was printed in the history of educational technolgy is ___
The first school in Nigeria was established when?
The mode of instructional delivery that allows for immediate feedback isWhat?
 RPMI
 channel in teaching and learning can be referred to as _____
The media that allows for groups of people at two or more locations to hear and be heard clearly and easily is ____.
______ is defined as learning using electronic means
 Any forms of obstacles which conspire to reduce the fidelity of communication in the classroom is______
How many types of evaluation do we have?
What are the two major parts of Systems approach
All the following are types of noise factors in teaching and learning except one
_____refers to the grouping of the functions to be performed into various components that would make for a functional mission profile
_______is referred to a situation whereby so many people are target audience of the speaker
An  wholistic way of viewing things can be referred to as?
 The stage at which the first Bible was printed in the history of educational technolgy is ___
_____are the skills employed in managing trainng, instruction and teaching affairs
 The use of systematic and scientific procedures in education practice means______
The application of theories in education to improve quality isknown as_______
In media presentation, charts and cartons belong to____ family
In teaching and learning the devices that appeal to the auditory senses are called______
For a teacher to make his lesson more effective and interesting he needs to compement its lesson with___
A body of knowledge which when used helps in solving problems is called___
__is not an example of Audio Media
A media that combine both software and correspond hardware to function is called___
 The stage at which the first Bible was printed in the history of educational technolgy is ___
The …………… constitution does not provide for the principle of separation of powers.
Constitutions not embeded with the principle of separation of powers are usually characterised by……………….
The principle of ……………. usually complements the principle of separation of powers in some constitutions or governments.
Control of one organ of the government by the other is known as ………
One of the following is not relevant to separation of powers  ……………….
The rule of law is otherwise known as ………………..
Applying known principles of laws without personal discretion is known as………….
The term democracy comes from the Greek word for ……………..
Political parties are indispensable ingredients of …………………
The role of…………… is the promotion of good governance and sustenance of democracy
What is an eclectic discipline?
instructional media that appeal to the sense of seeing is known as____
________means a statement of something that must be done
_____is expected to produce learning
In media presentation, charts and cartons belong to what____ family
______is a relatively permanent change in human behaviour arising from experience
For a teacher to make his lesson more effective and interesting he needs to complement it with___
A body of knowledge which when used helps in solving problems is called___
__is not an example of Audio Media
A media that combine both software and correspond hardware to function is called___
The two major component of Educational technology concept are_________
All forms of medial in Educational Technology can be categorise under_____
____ refers to as application of theories and laws/rules in education and related displines for the purpose of improving the quality of education
According to Macmillan school Dictionary (2000) “instruction” means
The use of instructional materials of all categories to facility learning can also be called ——
The book “Orbit Picture” was written by who______
A relative permanent change in behaviour as result of experince is____
That educational technology is an electic discipline means______
In educational technology, the acronym IKOR means______
_____the psychologist whose works were instrumental to the modern day educational technology
The disciplinethat  is difficult to define is  ____
Graphics instructional media belongs to the family what?
Technology in Education is best define as_______?
A relative permanent change in behaviour as result of experince is____
What name do we give to the place where all instructional materials are kept and maintained?
_____are used to represent data
 All the following are steps in taking photographs except
All of these are the bases for production of instructional media except ____
S.L.R means____
______is a simple copying device used to make an enlargement, reduction or a copy of the exact size for reduction of drawings
An integer is any positive or negative_________number
Basic arithmetic operation in integers are the addition, subtraction, multiplication and___
The more a positive number move away from zero the_______ the number
The more a negative number move away from zero the________ the number
Positive and negative numbers are called _________ numbers
In number line  +8 –(+6) = _____________
In number line (-7) +(-6) = __________
The simplification -38 – (+ 5) is _________
The expression of 108 as a product of power of its prime is ____________
The characteristics of 93281.1  is__________
In fraction the numerator is called the________
In fraction the  denominator is called the________
When two or more fractions represent the same value it is called _______
Mixed number can be express as a__________
The division of 60 by 4 is _________
The LCM of 1/4+2/5+1/6+1/6 is ________
The difference between 91.21 and the sum of 36.82 and 45.78 is ________
 A car goes 180km in 3 hours its rate in km/h is____________
The conversion of 0.00657 to three decimal places is__________
The conversion of 568242 to three significant figure is__________
The expression of 60 kobo: N1.00 is________
The value of P in 4P + 42 = 10P + 12 is ________
The expression of 10mm as a ratio of 7cm is _______
The value of a and b in the simultanous equation  a + b = 7,  a – b = 3 is ____________
if y = 2x + 5, the value of y when x = -2 is________
The value of x in 2x +1 > 5 is __________
The triangle in which two of the three sides are equal is called______
A chord of a circle is 18cm long, radius of the circle is 15cm, the distance from the centre of circle is_______
In a circle is the space bounded by two radial and an arcis called________
The total surface area of a cuboid of length 5cm, width 6cm and height 12cm is______
Policies are plans in that they are general stastements that guide or channel thinking in________
To the management of an organization, policy is a guide and roadmap to create_________
Policy provides the bedrock for vision and mission statement of the business along the________
Policy enables the business to be assessed and given an image by the way they carry out their_____
Businesses are oredominant in capitalist economies where most of them are________
Businesses in a capitalist economy are privately owned and operated for_______
Business policy defines the scope or spheres within which decisions can be taken for________
Business policy is the study of the roles and responsibilities of_________
Business policies are the guidelines developed by an organization to_________
Business policies define the limits within which an organization can_________
A business policy must be stable otherwise it will lead to undecisiveness and__________
A business policy can be seen as an implied over-all business guide setting up_________
A business policy is one which focuses attention on the strategic allocation of_________
A business policy represents the best thinking of the company’s_____________
The Urochordates are also called _______
Chordates with a well defined backbone, brain and advanced nervous system are called _______
The Urochordata is made of these classes BUT one  ________
Woodpeckers belong to the order_______
The order Urodela belongs to what class _______
Owls belong to what order ________
Rats belong to order ________
Tunicata is another name for_________
Cephalisation has to do with development of the _______
Hemichordates are known to live in what type of environment _______
All these are birds of Australasian Region EXCEPT _______
All these areas are found in the Manchurian sub–region  EXCEPT _______
All these areas are found in the Ethiopian region EXCEPT ________
Which of these animals is not found in the East African sub-region ______
Which of these animals  is not common to West African sub-region _______
All these are birds of the Palaearctic Region _______
The Oriental regions between  Sri Lanka, Small Indian Peninsula are known  as ____________
The Australasian Region is divided into _______ sub regions
How many zoogeographical regions are presently known ________
Changes in a population from generation to generation due to random changes known as ___________
A business policy must be stable otherwise it will lead to undecisiveness and__________
A business policy can be seen as an implied over-all business guide setting up_________
A business policy is one which focuses attention on the strategic allocation of_________
A business policy represents the best thinking of the company’s_____________
Businesses aew predominant in capitalist economies where there is opportunity to make_________
Businesses in a capitalist economy are privately owned and operated for_______
Business policy defines the scope or spheres within which decisions can be taken for________
A business policy is the study of the nature and process of________________
Business policies are the guidelines developed by an organization to_________
The purpose of a business policy is to enable the  management to relate work to organizational____
Which of these does NOT belong to this group?__________
Which of these is NOT a characteristic of an owl?________
One of these statements is untrue of Cassowaries ____________
Which of these group of birds have tooth like structures______
Which of these is NOT a subclass of recent birds________
All these adaptations for flight EXCEPT_________
Which of these is NOT true of the Ave family__________
The osteichthyes are:_________
Penguins are all but one of the following__________
Which of these is NOT true of doves?_________
A business policy will soon lead to uncertainty and undecisiveness if it is not______
A business policy sets up business boundaries that guide_________
A business policy is  meant to guide proper allocation of_________
A business policy represents best plan of action put in place by an_____________
Capitalist counntries have more businesses because the economy is focused on_________
Businesses in a capitalist economy are privately owned and operated in order to make______
Business policy defines the scope or spheres within which an organization can make successful____
A business policy is the study of the nature and process necessary for successful____
Business policies are the guidelines developed by an organization to guide______
The purpose of a business policy is to enable the  management to design work to suit set_____
______the study of shapes and figures bounded by lines and curves
The shortest distance or the shortest line between any 2 points x and y is called____
The different kinds of straight lines that exist are as follows except_______
_________is a line which cuts two or more parallel line
_______ is a line that is neither vertical nor horizontal
Vertically opposite angles are______
Adjacent angle on a straight line are________
The  distance round an object or a figure is called_______
The product of length and breadth of any given shape is known as ________
_____is a solid whose base is a polygon and has a common joint point (or vertex)
Which of these is not invovled in the complete degradation of glucose to carbondioxide and water? _______
Instructions for making proteins are found in the ________
What is the net ATP yeild  during the process of glycolysis? ______
How many NADH molecules are produced during glycolysis? _______
Which of these is NOT true of Glycolysis?_______
Which of these statements is NOT true of the processes of the electron transport chain? ______
Which of these allows the isolation of individual fragments of DNA in quantities suitable for detailed characterisation the determination of nucleotide sequence? _______
How many ATP molecules are produced from the Kreb cycle during the oxidation of glucose?
How many ATP molecules are produced from the electron transport chain during the oxidation of glucose? _____
The method used in determing the order of the nucleotides bases in a molecule of DNA is known as _______
Human resources is unique in a peculiar way.  Therefore, managing human resources is________
Personnel management is a major elemental function of_________
It has been argued that human resources management is concerned with self control rather than____
Human resources management integrates with line management rather than
Human resources management is concerned with maximum utilization of the workforce rather than__
The aim of human resources management should not be to the pursuit of strict rule but to seek_____
People are the most important assets of an organization.  Therefore people should be_______
The right people must be placed on the right jobs to enable the organization achieve its
Personnel management is often viewed as management activity aimed at_____
Without the right mix of human resources in an organization, it will be difficult to implement_____
Laboratory instruments used to determine the volume of liquids include except______
an intensive property of an object that is often used to help identify substances is called______
______often occur when measurements are taken in science or mathematical activities

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