Top 100+ Geography Study Questions|Study and pass all Geography Examinations

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Top 100+ Geography Study Questions|Study and pass all Geography Examinations


Are you searching for Geography test/Examination questions?This page contains over 100+ Well prepared Geography questions.


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Choose the correct option

  1. ______ is a career in geography A. Pharmacy Meteorology
  2. Human relations D. Banking and Finance
  3. _______ is NOT one of the subdivision in Geography A. Physical geography Human geography  C. Water coding  D. Cartography
  4. ______ is made up of the village or town of the Local Government Area in which the school is situated A. City Locality  C. Metropolis  D. Capital
  5. _____ is a function common to both villages and towns in Nigeria A. Administrative centres  Civil centres   C. Residential centres  D. Social centres
  6. ____ is a physical feature of the environment A. Market Church  C. Rivers   D. Post offices
  7. ________ is NOT a characteristic of a vllage A. It contains homogenous people It is made up of few buildings   C. It contains heterogeneous people   D. The village has  few social amenities
  8. ______ is one characteristic of a town Few building   B. Inhabitants are mostly involved in secondary activities  C. Few Social amenities   D. Made up of homogenous people
  9. There are ____ Local governments in Akwa Ibom State A. 40 31  C. 29  D. 18
  10. Uyo shares a boundary with local government such as Uruan, Itu and ___ A. Ikot Ekpene Essien Udium    C. Ini  D. Ibesikpo Asutan
  11. Most villages with forests are engaged in ___ activities A. Fishing Lumbering   C. Art and Crafts  D. Capentry
  12. Uyo has ______ seasons 3  B. 2  C. 5  D. 7
  13. The path followed by each planet round the sun is known as its ____ A. Greek Orbit   C. Sphere  D. Cycle
  14. _____ is the second planet closest to the sun A. Earth Venus    C. Mecury   D. Saturn
  15. The only planet that supports the existence of plants and animals is _____ A. Mans Earth  C. Venus   D. Uranus
  16. ______ is the largest planet in the solar system A. Saturn Jupiter  C. Nepture   D. Uranus
  17. Saturn has a diameter of ____ A. 118,000km 119,700km   C. 202, 110km    D. 180,110km
  18. The orbit of ____ is in a clockwise direction unlike other planets
    Mars   B. Earth  C. Uranus    D. Venus
  19. _____ has been diclassified A. Nepture Pluto  C. Mars   D. Jupiter
  20. The equatorial circumference of the earth is _____ A. 12,722km
  21. 443 million km2 C. 40,085km D. 39,988km
  22. A Spanish sailor ______ and his crew sailed round the earth and proved that the earth is circular not flat A. Beethoven Ferdwand Magellen  C. Michael Angelo  D. Leonard  Da Vinci
  23. _______ is NOT one of the proof of the earth’s pheriority A. Aerial photographs sunset  and sunrise  C. Shape of other planets
  24. Dawn and tunlight
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  • The diagram below explains how _____ is a proof of the sphericity of the earth
  1. Aerial photographs B. ships visibility C. Shape of other planets  D. Sunrise and sunset
  2. All other planets and planetary bodies, when viewed from a telescope show circular shapes. True or False
  3. The earth _____ round the sun in an anticlockwise direction once every _____ A. Rotates, 360 Spins, 365  C. Revolves, 365¼
  4. Turns, 180.
  5. ______ is an effect of rotation of the earth A. Varying length of day and night   Deflection of  planetary winds and currents  C. Changes in the attitude of the midday sun  D. Changes in the seasons
  6. Generally there is a time difference of one hour for every ____ degree of longitude 180  B. 15  C. 360  D. 180
  7. The earth’s rotation coupled with _____ exerted by the moon causes daily rise and fall of tides A. Gravitational pull Planetary winds
  8. Corolis force D. Kinetic energy
  • Around the _____ regions, there is hardly any variation in the length of day and night throughout the year A. Temperate Polar
  1. Equatorial D. Oceanic

  1. In the temperate regions, the four seasons are: A. Summer, winter, harmatan, drought Fog, thunder, rainy season, snow  C. Wet season, dry season, harvest season, autumn  D. Summer, winter, autumn, spring
  2. _____ are imaginary lines drawn on the globe running from west to east  Latitudes  B. Longitudes  C. Tropics  D. Rivers
  3. Latitude and longitudes are both used to determine time True or False
  4. All longitudes have equal ____ A. Lines Circumference
  5. Diameter D. Shape
  6. ______ divide the earth into equal hemispheres Solstice
  7. Greenwich C. Great circle D. North pole
  8. Lines of latitudes can also be called ____ of latitude Meridien
  9. Greenwich C. GPS D. Parallels
  10. Each latitude is a complete circle. True or False
  11. _____ means equal day and night A. Equator Midnight sun
  12. Equinox D. Hemisphere
  13. _____ is the time of the year when the sun reaches its maximum declination from the equator Equinox   B. Solstice    C. Midnight sun   D. Orbit
  14. Midnight sun can be seen in the ____ regions during summer solstice A. Tropic Oceanic  C. Desert   D. Artic
  15. _______ is one of the reason why the sun can be seen at the ontartic region during the summer solstice The tilting of the earth at an angle of  66½    B. The tropic of cancer and Capricorn are enemies   B. The tropic of cancer and Capricorn are enemies  C. Lunar eclipse   D. The declassification of planet Pluto
  16. Calculate the approx distance between Norway 61S and beyond 42N 11000km   B. 11433km  C. 5248km  D. 8104km
  17. Calculate the approximate distance between Mambi 24N and Egbin 81 A. 6000km    B.  6120km  C. 6327km  D. 6484km
  18. What is the full meaning of GMT? _________ A. Greenwich Meridien Time    Greenwich Man Time   C. Great Measure of Time D. Global Meeting  Time
  19. _______ is NOT a local government area in Akwa Ibom State. A. Etinan Nsit Ibom  C. Isiala Ngwa  D. Uyo
  20. ______ industnes deal with obtaining resources or raw materials in their natural state A. Light Heavy  C. Primary  D. Secondary
  21. All the things we do to produce goods and provide services to make profit are known as _____ A. Market Business  C. Industry
  22. Work
  23. Manufacturing industries are _____ industries A. Primary
  24. Secondary C. Tertiary D. Quaternary
  25. ________ industries render services A. Quaternary Tertiary
  26. Secondary D. Binary
  27. _____ industries employ the services of mainly women A. Heavy
  28. Quaternary B. Light D. Primary
  29. ________ is an example of a quaternary industry A. Peacock paints
  30. Poultry farming C. Scientific Research Institute  D. Tranquility Hotels
  31. Secondary Industries that deal on heavy or bulky products are known as _____ industries Consumer good  B. Light   C. Heavy
  32. Primary
  33. Bulky goods should NOT be located near to their material location True or False
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