KCPE Past Papers 2016 Social Studies and Religious Education

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KCPE Past Papers 2016 Social Studies and Religious Education

1.What is the approximate area of Changa town? A. 18km

B. 20km

C. 25km

D. 30km

2.River Tope flows from

A. East to West

B. West to East

C. North East to South West

D. South West to North East

3.The main economic activity carried out in Changa area is

A. Farming

B. Trading

C. Lumbering

D. Fishing

4.A mother in Soko market got a baby at home. The birth of the baby should be registered at

A. School

B. Chief’s Camp

C. The health centre

D. The district officer’s ofiice

5.The climate of Changa area can be described as

A. hot and wet

B. cool and dry

C. hot and dry

D. cool and wet

6.The main settlement pattern in Changa area is

A. linear

B. dense

C. sparse

D. clustered

7.The most commonly used means of transport in Changa area is

A. water

B. air

C. road

D. railway

8.Which one of the following statements describes the political organisation of the San during the pre-colonial period?

A. They lived in caves.

B. They were ruled by chiefs.

C. They kept livestock.

D. They made decisions through agreements.

9.Which one of the following groups of communities found in Eastern Africa is made up of River Lake Nilotcs?

A. Luo, Padhola and Dinka.

B. Nuer, Acholi and lteso.

C. Alur, Lango and Njcmps

D. Turkana, Karamanjong and Sabaot.

10. Which one of the following was a function of the clan in the traditional African society?

A. Forming the warrior group.

B. Organising trading activities.

C. Settling disputes among members.

D. Encouraging members to marry within themselves.

11.Which season is experienced in northern hemisphere in the month of June‘?

A. Winter.

B. Spring.

C. Summer.

D. Autumn.

12.The instrument shown above is used to measure

A. temperature

B. wind direction

C. humidity

D. atmospheric pressure.

13.Below are statements that describe results of early visitors to Eastern Africa.

(i) Introduction of stone buildings.

(ii) Introduction of Western education.

(ii) Development of Swahili culture.

(iv) Abolition of slave trade.

(v) Introduction of use of currency.

14.Which one of the following combination of statements describes the results of Arab visitors?

A. (i), (iii) and (v)

B. (i), (ii) and (iv)

C. (iii), (iv) and (v)

D. (ii), (iii) and (iv)

15.Below are statements about an African traditional leader.

(i) He was the commander in chief of the army.

(ii) He was the chief judge.

(iii) He controlled trade.

(iv) He presided over religious ceremonies;

16.The African leader described above is

A. Ntemi of Nyamwczi.

B. Orkoiyot of the Nandi.

C. Mekatilili of the Miji Kenda.

D. Kabaka of the Baganda.

15. Which one of the following groups of lakes was formed through volcanic activity?

A. Lake Chilwe, Lake Benguela, Lake Chad.

B. Lake Kivu, Lake Tana, Lake Nyos.

C. Lake Gambe, Lake Kanyaboli. Lake Otange.

D. Lake Volta, Lake Nasser, Lake Masinga

16. Study the diagram below and use it to answer question 16

The diagram illustrates the formation of

A. Land breeze

B. Sea breeze

Relief rainfall

Convectional rainfall.

17. Which system of colonial administration was. used by Belgium in Congo?

A. Assimilation.

B. Direct rule.

C. Indirect rule.

D. Patemalism.

18. During the German colonial rule in Tanganyika, the title of Africa headman was

A. Govenor

B. Liwali

C. Jumbe

D. Akida

19. Three of the following mountains were formed in the same way except

A. Usambara mountains.

B. Ruwenzori mountains.

C. Pare mountains.

D. Atlas mountains.

20. The struggle for independence in both Ghana and Zimbabwe had one common factor. The Nationalists in both countries.

A. (used guerilla warfare.

B. were assisted by the Organisation of African Unity (OAU).

C. formed political parties.

D. got military support from the neighbouring countries.

USE THE MAP OF AFRICA BELOW TO ANSWER QUESTIONS 21-24.

21.Which one of the following statements is not true about the vegetation in the area marked G‘?

A. The forests are evergreen.

B. The ground had thick undergrowth.

D. The trees are very tall.

22.The current marked H is

A. Benguela current.

B. Cannary current.

C. Guinea current.

D. Agulhas current.

23.The multipurpose river project marked J is A. Karimba dam.

B. Volta river scheme.

C. Tana river project.

D. Aswan high dam.

24.The island marked K was colonised by

A. France.

B. Belgium.

C. Britain.

D. Germany.

25.Below are statements which describe ways through which communities interact.

(i) They go to war.

(ii) They go to school together.

(m) They intermarry.

(iv) They exchange goods.

(v) They compete in games.

26.Which combination of statements above describes the interaction among traditional African communities‘?

A. (m), (iv) and (v)

B. (ii), (m) and (v)

C. (i), (ii) and (iv)

D. (i) (m) and (iv)

26.Which one of the following statements is true about European Settlers farming in Kenya?

A. They practised small scale farming.

B. They practised commercial farming.

C. Labour was provided by Asians.

D. They practised mono-cropping.

27.The following are characteristics of a certain type of soil.

(i) lt has fine particles.

(ii) it cracks when dry.

(iii) It easily gets waterlogged.

The type of soil described above is

A. Volcanic soil.

B. Clay soil.

C. Loam soil.

D. Alluvial soil.

28.Use the diagram below to answer question 28. height in metres above sea level

The vegetation type in the area marked L is

A. Bamboo forest.

B. Heath and moorland.

C. Equatorial forest.

D. Savannah.

29.The following are factors which affect population distribution in Eastern Africa.

(i) Low temperatures.

(ii) Employment opportunities.

(iii) High rainfall.

(iv) Transport network

(v) Fertile soils.

30.Which combination of factors above influences the population distribution in the highlands of East Africa?

A. (iii), (iv) and (v)

B. (ii), (iii) and (iv)

(i), (iii) and (v)

(i), (ii) and (iii)

30.Which mineral is correctly matched with the country where it is mined? Mineral Country

A.Gold Zambia

B. Petroleum Nigeria

C. Soda ash South Africa

D. Copper Kenya

31.The main problem facing forests in Kenya is

A. forest fires.

B. attacks by pests and diseases.

c. distribution by wild animals.

D. clearing of forests for human activities.

32.Below are some conditions that favour the growth of cash crops in Africa.

(i) Moderate rainfall.

(ii) Dry period during harvesting.

(m) High temperatures.

(iv) Deep well drained volcanic soils.

(v) High humidity.

Which one of the following combination of conditions favour the growth of pyrethrum?

A. (i), (ii) and (iv)

B. (ii), (m) and (v)

C. (m), (iv) and (v)

D. (i), (iv) and (v)

33.Below are statements about a mineral in Kenya.

(i) It is used to manufacture toothpaste.

(ii) It is used in hardening steel.

(m) It is used in the manufacture ofcement.

The mineral described above is

A. Diatomite

B. Flourspar

C. Limestone

D. Soda ash.

34. Below is a diagram showing a method of fishing.

The method of fishing shown in the diagram is

A. Drifiing

B. Basket fishing

C. Trawling

D. Purse-seining.

35.The main reason for location of a cement factory at Bamburi is

A. Availability of manpower.

B. Availability of a ready market.

C. Availability of raw materials.

D. Availability of transport systems.

36.Which one of the following items is a product of traditional industries?

37.Which one of the following is a problem facing beef farming in both Kenya and Tanzania?

A. Lack of markets.

B. Attacks by wild animals.

C. Frequent droughts.

D. Conflicts between beef farming and crop growing.

38.Mwea Tebere and Perkerra Irrigation Schemes have one factor in common. It is that they

A. are used for growing rice.

B. are supplied with water from rivers.

C. were used to settle freedom fighters.

D. were set up after Kenya’s independence.

39.Which one of the following statements is true about population in Kenya and Germany?

A. The total population in Kenya is higher than the total population in Germany.

B. Life expectancy in Kenya is high while in Germany it is low.

C. Most of the population in Kenya live in rural areas while in Germany they live in urban areas.

D The number of children and adults is almost equal in Kenya and Germany.

40.The main reason why people in Kenya migrate from urban areas to rural areas is

A. retirement from employment.

B. transfer from their working place.

C. need to put up residential houses.

D. need to establish business.

41.Which one of the following United Nations agency was set up to promote peace and intemational understanding‘?

A. World Health Organisation (WHO)

B. United Nations High Commission for Refugees (UNI-ICR)

C. United Nations Environmental Programme (UNEP)

D. United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO).

41.Below are statements that describe achievements of organisations in Africa.

(i) It has helped to resolve boundary conflicts in Africa.

(ii) It has encouraged countries to reduce tariffs.

(iii) It has protected the freedom of African nations.

(iv) It has helped countries to gain independence.

(v) It has let to establishment of a regional bank.

Which one of the following combination is made up of achievements of Organisation of African Unity (OAU)?

A. (i). (iii) and (iv)

B. (i), (ii) and (v) .

(ii), (iii) and (iv)

(iii), (iv) and (v)

43.Many people in African communities prefer working together when carrying out certain tasks. The reason for this is to

A. promote the spirit of sharing resources.

B. help the lazy members of the community.

C. encourage the formation of welfare groups.

D. ensure everyone‘s work is done.

44.Which one of the following countries in Africa is correctly matched with its tourist destination?

Country Destination

A. Mauritius Giza Town

B. Egypt Marrakech Town

C. South Africa Kruger National Park

D. Morocco The Suez Canal

45.Which one of the following is the best way of transporting petroleum products?

A. By use of road transport.

B. By use of pipeline transport.

C. By use of air transport.

D. By use of railway transport.

46.Naomi visited her father who lives in an estate near a slum area. While on the way, she found it difficult to Walk through the slum. Which one of the following problems of urban centres did she face?

A. Overcrowding.

B. Traffic jams.

C. Inadequate facilities.

D. Unemployment.

47.Which one of the following group of products consists of exports from Kenya‘?

A. Groundnuts, bananas and copper.

B. Cotton, sisal and gold.

C. Tea. flowers and soda.

D. Gum, sisal and diamonds.

48.Under succession law, if a man dies and has two daughters and one son, who should inherit his property?

A. The son.

B. His brother.

C. The daughter.

D. All the children.

49.A person vying for a parliamentary seat is required by law to present nomination papers to the

A. Chairman Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC).

B. Returning Officer.

C. Attorney General.

D. Presiding Officer.

50.A person who is invited by parties that are in confiict to help them solve their dispute is called

A. a magistrate.

B. an administrator.

C. an arbitrator.

D. a chief.

51.Which one of the following practices is an abuse of human rights?

A. Punishing offenders by court of law.

B. Forcing children to go to school

C. Arresting wrong doers.e

D. Administering mob justice.

52.Below are values that are practiced in Society.

(i) Justice.

(ii) Equity.

(iii) Rule oflaw. The practices listed above relate to

A. Types ofhuman rights.

B. Responsibilities of people.

C. Way of reconciliation.

D. Principles of democracy.

53.The main factor that is likely to undermine peace in Kenya is

A. Racism.

B. Tribalism.

C. Oppression.

D. Intolerance.

54.The main cause of disagreements in school is

A. Failure to observe school rules.

B. Lack of respect among the pupils.

C. Lack of teamwork.

D. Favouritism by teachers.

55.Three of the following are responsibilities of spouses in marriage. Which one is not?

A. To provide basic needs.

B. To instil discipline to the children.

C. To keep family secrets.

D. To protect the extended family.

56.The highest court in Kenya is

A. The magistrates court.

B. The high court.

C. The Kadhi"s court.

D. The supreme court.

57.Three of the following are functions of the legislature in Kenya. Which one is not?

A. Passing laws.

B. Enforcing laws.

C. Debating bills. D. Controlling government finances.

58.Mary a standard eight pupil was watching news on television. She noticed that there was also another persoh using hand signs. The reason for the use of signs was

A. to entertain viewers.

B. to communicate to the visually impaired.

C. to pass information to those who cannot hean.

D. to enable the presenters correct one another.

59.Three of the following statements describe ways of demonstrating patriotism. Which one is not?

A. Protecting the environment.

B. Treating all citizens equally.

C. Promoting human rights.

D. Promoting nepotism.

60.Which one of the following groups consists of factors that promote national unity in Kenya?

A. Sports and games, single currency and powcr struggle.

B. National assembly, scarcity of resources and education.

C. Sports and games, national assembly and single currency.

D. Scarcity of resources, education and power struggle.

PART II: RELIGIOUS EDUCATION

SECTION A

CHRISTIAN RELIGIOUS EDUCATION

61. Which one of the following is a reason why Adam and Eve ate the fruit from the tree in the middle of the garden? They hoped to

A. be satisfied

B. see clearly

C. be like God

D. live forever.

62.Abraham demonstrated his faith in God when he

A. was willing to sacrifice his son

B. took his family to Egypt

C. took Hagar to be his wife

D. allowed Lot to stay with him.

63.The main reason Why Jacob worked for Laban was because he Wanted to

A. keep himself busy

B. continue living with him

C. get a wife

D. please his parents.

64.“Take off your sandals for you are standing on holy ground” (Exodus 3:5). These words were spoken by God to

A. Moses

B. Aaron

C. Joshua

D. Joseph.

65.Which one of the following events took place on the night of the Exodus?

A. There was a heavy hailstorm in Egypt.

B. The water in river Nile changed into blood.

C. The King of Egypt died.

D. The Israelites sacrificed the animals.

66.King Ahab of Israel sinned against God when he

A. introduced forced labour in Israel

B. took Naboth’s vineyard

C. took Uriah ’s wife.

D. married many Wives.

67.When Solomon became king of Israel he asked for wisdom from God in order to

A. rule the people

B. be famous

C. get wealth

D. defeat his enemies.

68.A miracle that was performed by prophet Elijah when he was in Zarephath was the

A. separating of waters of River Jordan

B. calling fire from heaven

C. raising the widow’s son

D. healing of Naaman.

69.The reason why the lions did not harm prophet Daniel when he was thrown in the pit is because

A. God took him out of the pit

B. God protected him

C. the lions were not hungry

D. the king rescued him.

70.Which one ofthe following events took place when Jesus was born?

A. Angel Gabriel visited Mary.

B. Herod visited baby Jesus.

C. Jesus was presented in the temple.

D. The shepherds visited baby Jesus.

71.Who among the following people was in the temple when Jesus was being dedicated‘? A. Zachariah.

B. Simeon.

C. Elizabeth.

D. Mary Magdalene.

72.“Man cannot live on bread alone” (Luke 4:4)

A lesson Christians learn from this response given by Jesus during his temptation is that they should

A. use the word of God in their daily lives

B. not put God to the test

C. not desire earthly riches

D. work for their needs.

73.The main reason why Jesus chose the twelve disciples was in order to

A. have many friends

B. get material support from them

C. have them preach the good news

D. be protected by them.

74.The main lesson christians learn from the parable of the good samaritan is that they should

A. help the needy

B. forgive their friends

C. go on journeys

D. observe the rules of the church.

75.Which one of the following miracles of Jesus teaches Christians to care for the environment? The miracle of the

A. miraculous catch omish

B. feeding oi‘ the five thousand

C. healing of the ten lepers

D. raising of Lazarus.

76.Who among the following people asked for permission to bury the body of Jesus?

A. Simon of Cyrcnc.

B. C leopas.

C. Joseph of Arin1athea.

D. Peter.

77.Jesus made himself known as the resurrected Lord to the two men at Emmaus when he A. broke the bread

B. showed them the scars

C. washed their feet

D. healed them.

78.Which one of the following events took place on the day of Pentecost‘?

A. Matthias was chosen to replace Judas.

B. The disciples were drunk

C. The disciples were scattered in Jerusalem.

D. The disciples were filled with the Holy Spirit.

79.Ananias and Sapphira sinned against God when they

A. refused to take part in prayer meeting

B. refused to become church leaders

C. failed to give all the money to the disciples

D. failed to welcome the disciples in their

80.“Tabitha sown: all her time being good and helping the poor {Acts 9:36]. What virtue did she demonstrate?

A. Honesty.

B. Courage.

C. Tolerance.

D. Kindness.

81.Which one of the following statements about Jesus is expressed in the Apostles creed‘?

A. Jesus is our Lord.

B. Jesus is the Messiah.

C. Jesus loves sinners.

D. Jesus is the King of the Jews.

82.Which one of the following acts of worship is practised in both Christianity and traditional African religion?

A. Beating drums.

B. Pouring libation.

C. Reading scriptures.

D. Making sacrifices.

83.ln traditional African communities hair of a new born baby is shaved to

A. show separation from the mother

B. protect the baby from harm

C. mark a new beginning

D. identify the baby with the clan.

84.ln traditional African communities settling of disputes among the people is a duty performed mainly by‘?

A. Priests.

B. Diviners.

C. Prophets.

D. Elders.

85.The main reason why Christians pay taxes to the government is to

A. avoid punishment from leaders

B. show their social status

C. enable them to get services

D. give their it wealth to others.

86.You discover that your classmate Dennis has been stealing pencils from other pupils. As a Christian. what is the best action for you to take?

A. Report him to the class teacher.

B. Tell him to stop the habit.

C. Announce it to the class.

D. Keep quiet about it.

87.Sylvia has been hiding in the toilet to avoid doing morning duties at school. As a Christian, What advice would you give her?

A. Explain to her the importance of working.

B. Explain to her the dangers of hiding in the toilet.

C. Tell her to transfer to another to another school.

D. Tell to be reporting to school late.

88.Which one of the following is the best leisure activity for a standard 8 pupil to engage in during a school holiday

A. playing football with her friends.

B. Reading story books.

C. Listening to music.

D. Visiting the sick.

89.Janes classmate have been sneaking out of school during class time to go and play. They ask her to go and join them as a christian what should Jane do?

A. Accept to go with them.

B. Report them to their parents.

C. Refuse to go with them.

D. Ignore their request

90.Your desk mate is involve in homosexuality as a christian you should

A. Tell him to seek guidance and counselling.

B. keep away from him.

C. tell him to seek medication

D. keep it as a secret.

SECTION B ISLAMIC RELIGIOUS EDUCATION

61. Which one of the following verses is found in surah A1-Faraq? .

A. La abudu mata abudun.

B. Minshari maakhalaq.

C. Lamyalid walarnyuulad.

D. Maaiki yaumiddin.

62. Which one of the following surahs assured the Prophet (p.b.u.h) of continued support from Allah (s.w.t)? A. Dhuha

B. A—fiin

C. Al-lkhlas

D. Al-Faliha

63. The following are verses from surah Al-Iklas.

(i) “He neither begets nor was He begotten.”

(ii) “Say He is Allah the One.”

(m) “And there is none comparable to Him.”

(iv) “Allah the self sufficient master.”

The correct order of the above verses is

A. (ii), (iv), (i), (iii)

B. (ii), (i). (iv), (iii)

C. (ii), (iii), (iv), (i)

D. (ii), (i), (iii), (iv)

64. One way that Muslims can apply the teachings of surah A I-Qadar is by

A. sacrificing an animal.

B. observing fasting.

C. performing Tahajud.

D. giving out Zakatulfitr.

65. A lesson that Muslims learn from surah Al-Fiil is that

A. muslims should practice patience

B. muslims should be kind to animals

C. Allah rewards good deeds.

D. Allah protects the Kaaba.

66. The Prophet (p.b.u.h) said “What will mostly take people to paradise will be the fear of Allah” and

A. good behaviour.

B. praising Allah (s.w.t)

C. love for parents.

D. love for the Prophet (p.b.u.h)

67. The main reason why taking and giving of bribes is prohibited in Islam is because it

A. promotes laziness

B. is a form of exploitation

C. enriches those who are involved.

D. makes a person earn without working.

68. Which one of the following Swalat is correctly matched with its timing?

A. Dhuhr — between sunrise and noon.

B. Asr — between mid aflemoon and before sunset.

C. Magharib - afler sunset to midnight.

D. F ajr — after sunrise to noon.

69. Standard four pupils in Bidii Primary School were asked to perform wudhu. Which among the following pupils washed the fardh parts only?

A. I-Ialima — face, ears, head, feet.

B. Ali — face, arms, ears, feet.

C. Omar — face, head, ears, feet.

D. Zaitun — face, arms, head, feet.

70. The total number of rakaats that a Muslim must perform in a day is

A. l6

B. 17

C. 18

D. 19

71. Which one of the following groups ofpcople contain the correct recipients of Zakat?

A. Widows, converts. poor.

B. Needy, orphans, debtors.

C. Debtors, converts, needy.

D. Wayfarers, poor, disabled.

72. An act that can nullify saum is

A. watching movies

B. sleeping in the afternoon

C. bathing after A.rr

D. vomiting intentionally.

73. The main reason why Muslims are encouraged to seek lawful means of earning a living is because it

A. is an act of lbada

B. is an act of Ihsan

C. enables them to earn respect from society

D. enables them to assist their parents.

74. The correct phrase to use when congratulating a person is

A. jazakallah

B. inshaallah

C. rnashaalah

D. alhamdulillah.

75. The recommended act when visiting the sick is

A. spend time with them

B. take gifts to them

C. buy medicine for them

D. recite a dua for them.

76. For a person to become a Muslim he should

A. recite the Shahada

B. perform udhu

C. recite the rashahud

D. perform ghusl.

77. Prophet Ibrahim’s protection against the fire teaches that

A. Allah punishes wrong doers

B. Allah has power to protect his prophets

C. Prophet Ibrahim had supenatural powers

D. Prophet Ibrahim was a brave person.

78. Which among the following is an act of Ihsan?

A. Worshipping Allah in secret.

B. Worshipping Allah as if you see him.

C. Obeying the Prophet (p.b.u.h)

D. Helping the poor.

79. Which among the following pairs of angels question the dead in the grave?

A. Munkar and Nakir.

B. Malik and Ridhwan.

C. Israfil and lzrail.

D. Jibril and Mikail.

80. According to the Hadith of the Prophet (p.b.u.h) the advice you would give to a classmate who is fond of using abusive language is to tell him to.

A. use good language or lower your voice

B. use good language or keep quiet

C. keep quiet or use a low voice

D. keep quiet or use simple language.

81. A business practice that should be avoided by Muslims is

A. stocking different types of goods

B. earning profit from goods sold

C. charging interest on loans

D. selling goods on credit.

82. Which one of the following qualities should Rehema consider while choosing friends in her class?

A. Talkative and generous.

B. Talkative and playful.

C. Prayerful and humble.

D. Prayerful and playful.

83. Who among the following was the first Muslim convert?

A. Abubakar (RA).

B. Ali (RA).

C. Fatima (R.A).

D. Khadija (R.A).

84. The main lesson that Muslims learn from the battle of Uhud is that they should

A. avoid worldly temptation

B. prepare well for war

C. obey their leader

D. protect the Prophet (p.b.u.h).

85. Which one of the following boxes contains the correct order of events that happened in the history of Islam?

Conquest of Makka Conquest of Makka 86.The persecution of Muslims in Makka led to the

A. battle of Badr

B. battle of Uhud

C. hijrah to Madina

D. conquest of Makka.

87. The difference between Idd and Jum‘a prayer is that

A. ldd prayer has two rakaar while Jum’a has four rakaal

B. ldd praycr is obligatory while Jum‘a is optional

C. Idd prayer is perfomied by men only while Jum"a is performed by both men and women

D. ldd prayer is performed in the morning while .lum’a is perfonned in the afternoon.

88. Which among the following months of the ' Islamic calender are Ash-Hurul-I-Iurum?

A. Muharram, Rajab, Dhulqaada, Dhulhijja.

B. Muharram, Ramadhan, Dhnlqaada. Dhulhijja.

C. Muharram, Dhulqaada, Shaaban, Ramadhan.

D. Muharram, Shabaan, Rajab, Dhulhijja.

89. A common characteristic of all mosques is that they face

A. Madina

B. Makka

C. North

D. South.

90. Nabi Ibrahim took his wife and son to the desert because

A. he was commanded by Allah

B. his wives were always quarrelling

C. his wife wanted to go and live there

D. he wanted Ismail to be brought up in the desert.

SECTION C

HINDU RELIGIOUS EDUCATION

61. Which one of the following is the role of Lord Vishnu?

A. Creator.

B. Liberator.

C. Nouiisher.

D. Punisher.

62. Paramatma can hear the prayers ofa million people at a time because He is

A. Sarva vyapi

B. Sarva Drarhta

C. Omnipotent

D. Omniscient.

63. Which fonn of the Paramatma is worshipped in Hindu temples?

A. Nirakan

B. Sakai".

C. Vtdyavan.

D. Dayavan.

64. Lord Vishnu asked King Satyavrat to put seven Rishis on board a boat, during Matsya Avatar in order to

A. give him guidance

B. perform purification practices

C. preserve the holy scriptures

D. show the way to the shore.

65. What did Parshvanath decide to do after seeing the images of the marriage procession of Tiithankar Neminath?

A. Go to the forest.

B. Preach about enlightenment.

C. Attain Moksha.

D. Take Diksha.

66. Which one of the following statements is not true about Swami Dayariand Saraswati?

A. I-Ie used to perform Shiv Vandzma.

B. He took Sanyas from Swami Pcomanand.

C. He wrote Satyaith Prakash.

D. He encouraged the practice of ‘Sati’.

67. The Following statements describe the journey of Lord Rama, Sita and Lakshman, on their way to Vanvas from Ayodhya:

(i) Kevat helped them to go across in his boat

(ii) They made their huts near Mt. Chitra/toot

(iii) Sumant accompanied them up to the river Ganga

(iv) Bharadwaj Muni welcomed them to his Ashram

The correct order of the events is:

A. (i), (iii), (ii), (iv)

B. (iii). (i). (iv), (ii)

C. (iv), (ii), (i). (iii)

D. (ii), (iii), (i), (iv)

68. According to Jain scripture of Kalpasutra, who rejoiced by playing sweet music and showering flowers from heaven on the birth of Mahavir?

A. Devas.

B. Danavas.

C. Gandharvas.

D. Apsaras.

69. The scripture that is read for seven days in commemoration of a departed soul is

A. Gita

B. Ramayan

C. Bhagvat

D. Mahabharat.

70. Every year, Surjeet Kaur’s parents visit an orphanage on her birthday, to distribute clothes and food to the needy people. By doing so, they are practising the principle of

A. Dharam ki Kirat

B. Ishnan Karna

C. Naam Japna

D. Wand Shakna.

71. Hindus believe that after death, the soul takes birth in another body. This is the principle of

A. Prarthna

B. Punarjanma

C. Pumshartha

D. Pranidaya.

72. Three of the following are reasons why Jains practice Aparigraha. Which one is NOT?

A. To acquire knowledge

B. To achieve success

C. To get detachment

D. To attain peace

73. Which one of the following is of most importance for a Brahmachari to practice in an Ashram?

A. Obedience.

B. Honesty.

C. Humility.

D. Responsibility

74. Who among the following personalities preached to the Sikhs to give 10% of their earnings towards Wand Shakna?

A. Guru Ramdas.

B. Guru Arjandev.

C. Guru Nanak.

D. Guru Amardas.

76. Three ofthe following can bc achieved through practice of the principle of Alcrodh except?

A. Think rationally.

B. Build health.

C. Uplifit oneself spiritually.

D. Burn body energy.

77. Which one of the following Sikh Sanskars is performed first?

A. Naam Karan.

B. Antyeshthi.

C. Amrit Shakna.

D. Anand Karaj.

78. In which part of a Hindu temple are the images of deities kept?

A. Ara’/1a Mandap.

B. Garbha Griha.

C. Choki.

D. Antarala.

79. One of the five Ks that a Sikh Khalsa wears to show Paramatma’s Hukam is

A. Kada

B. Kirpan

C. Kesh

D. Kachha

79. The following statements describe a Jain Tirthalcrhetra:

(i) Lord Mahavir gave his last sermon here

(ii) Nandi Vardhan built a derasar in a pond

(iii) It houses the holy footprints of Mahavir

(iv) People participate in a grand fair during Diwali

The place described above is

A. Pavapuri

B. Palitana

C. Abu

D. Delvada.

80. Hindus celebrate the utsav of Dashera in order to

A. mark the New Year

B. celebrate the harvest season

C. end the celebration of pujan

D. remember victory of Rama over Ravan.

81. Which one of the following Gurus added the importance to Baisakhi Day by forming the Khialsa?

A. Guru Amardas.

B. Gum Gobind Singh.

C. Guru Nanak.

D. Guru Teg Bahadur.

82. Which one ofthe following combinations of Samagri is offered by devotees on Mahashivratri?

A. Ganga Jal, butter, honey.

B. Dhalum, Bilva, flowers.

C. Clarified butter, curd, milk.

D. Bilva, dharura_ honey.

83.Which one of the following steps ofA.vhtang Yoga is the correct order for achieving Samadhi?

A. Yuma Niyam Dhyana Asan.

B. Dharna Dhyana Praiiayam Niyam.

C. Pranayam Praryahara Dharna Dhyan.

D. Niyam Asan Dharna Praljyahara.

84. Bhakta Prahalad used to meditate on the mantra of

A. Om Name Naruyana

B. Om Namo Ganeshaya

C. Om Name Shivaya

D. Om Namo Vasudevuya.

85. Which one of the following Jain mantra is recited before the Siddhachakra‘?

A. Gayatri.

B. Mao.

C. Sangha.

D. Navkar.

86. During which Ritu do we appreciate the nature’s beauty and abundance?

A. Greeshma.

B. Vasant.

C. Sharad.

D. Shishir.

87. Which one of the following Avatar ofLord Vishnu is correctly matched with Yuga?

Avatar Yuga

A. Rama Sal.

B. Buddha Dwapar.

C. Kalki Treta.

D. Kurma Kali.

88. Manjinder Kaur wears Salwar Kameez and a Dupatra to cover her head when visiting a Gurudwara. By doing so, she is practising

A. humility

B. gratitude

C. faith

D. simplicity.

89. Which one ofthe following virtues do we learn from the story of Sudama and Lord Krishna?

A. Charity.

B. Faithfulness.

C. Friendship.

D. Compassion.

90. Which one of the actions is the worst for our environment?

A. Discarding banana skin on pavement.

B. Using plastic bags as dustbins.

C. Throwing sweet wrappers around.

D. Spitting cough on the roadside.

Questions and Answers

2016 Social Studies and Religious Education

1.What is the approximate area of Changa town?

B. 20km

2.River Tope flows from

A. East to West

3.The main economic activity carried out in Changa area is

A. Farming

4.A mother in Soko market got a baby at home. The birth of the baby should be registered at

B. Chief’s Camp

5.The climate of Changa area can be described as

D. cool and wet

6.The main settlement pattern in Changa area is

D. clustered

7.The most commonly used means of transport in Changa area is

C. road

8.Which one of the following statements describes the political organisation of the San during the pre-colonial period?

B. They were ruled by chiefs.

9.Which one of the following groups of communities found in Eastern Africa is made up of River Lake Nilotcs?

A. Luo, Padhola and Dinka.

10. Which one of the following was a function of the clan in the traditional African society?

C. Settling disputes among members.

11.Which season is experienced in northern hemisphere in the month of June‘?

C. Summer.

12.The instrument shown above is used to measure

B. wind direction

13.Below are statements that describe results of early visitors to Eastern Africa.

(i) Introduction of stone buildings.

(ii) Introduction of Western education.

(ii) Development of Swahili culture.

(iv) Abolition of slave trade.

(v) Introduction of use of currency.

.Which one of the following combination of statements describes the results of Arab visitors?

A. (i), (iii) and (v)

14.Below are statements about an African traditional leader.

(i) He was the commander in chief of the army.

(ii) He was the chief judge.

(iii) He controlled trade.

(iv) He presided over religious ceremonies;

.The African leader described above is

A. Ntemi of Nyamwczi.

15. Which one of the following groups of lakes was formed through volcanic activity?

B. Lake Kivu, Lake Tana, Lake Nyos.

16. Study the diagram below and use it to answer question 16

The diagram illustrates the formation of

A. Land breeze

17. Which system of colonial administration was. used by Belgium in Congo?

B. Direct rule.

18. During the German colonial rule in Tanganyika, the title of Africa headman was

C. Jumbe

19. Three of the following mountains were formed in the same way except

D. Atlas mountains.

20. The struggle for independence in both Ghana and Zimbabwe had one common factor. The Nationalists in both countries.

A C. formed political parties.

USE THE MAP OF AFRICA BELOW TO ANSWER QUESTIONS 21-24.

21.Which one of the following statements is not true about the vegetation in the area marked G‘?

B. The ground had thick undergrowth.

22.The current marked H is

B. Cannary current.

23.The multipurpose river project marked J is

D. Aswan high dam.

24.The island marked K was colonised by

A. France.

25.Below are statements which describe ways through which communities interact.

(i) They go to war.

(ii) They go to school together.

(iii) They intermarry.

(iv) They exchange goods.

(v) They compete in games.

Which combination of statements above describes the interaction among traditional African communities‘?

D. (i) (iii) and (iv)

26.Which one of the following statements is true about European Settlers farming in Kenya?

B. They practised commercial farming.

27.The following are characteristics of a certain type of soil.

(i) lt has fine particles.

(ii) it cracks when dry.

(iii) It easily gets waterlogged.

The type of soil described above is

B. Clay soil.

28.Use the diagram below to answer question 28. height in metres above sea level

The vegetation type in the area marked L is

A. Bamboo forest.

29.The following are factors which affect population distribution in Eastern Africa.

(i) Low temperatures.

(ii) Employment opportunities.

(iii) High rainfall.

(iv) Transport network

(v) Fertile soils.

Which combination of factors above influences the population distribution in the highlands of East Africa?

C. (i), (iii) and (v)

30.Which mineral is correctly matched with the country where it is mined? Mineral Country

B. Petroleum Nigeria

31.The main problem facing forests in Kenya is

D. clearing of forest for human activities.

32.Below are some conditions that favour the growth of cash crops in Africa.

(i) Moderate rainfall.

(ii) Dry period during harvesting.

(m) High temperatures.

(iv) Deep well drained volcanic soils.

(v) High humidity.

Which one of the following combination of conditions favour the growth of pyrethrum?

A. (i), (ii) and (iv)

33.Below are statements about a mineral in Kenya.

(i) It is used to manufacture toothpaste.

(ii) It is used in hardening steel.

(iii) It is used in the manufacture of cement.

The mineral described above is

B. Flourspar

34. Below is a diagram showing a method of fishing.

The method of fishing shown in the diagram is

C. Trawling

35.The main reason for location of a cement factory at Bamburi is

C. Availability of raw materials.

36.Which one of the following items is a product of traditional industries?

Ans A

37.Which one of the following is a problem facing beef farming in both Kenya and Tanzania?

C. Frequent droughts.

38.Mwea Tebere and Perkerra Irrigation Schemes have one factor in common. It is that they

B. are supplied with water from rivers.

39.Which one of the following statements is true about population in Kenya and Germany?

C. Most of the population in Kenya live in rural areas while in Germany they live in urban areas.

40.The main reason why people in Kenya migrate from urban areas to rural areas is

A. retirement from employment.

41.Which one of the following United Nations agency was set up to promote peace and intemational understanding‘?

A. World Health Organisation (WHO)

41.Below are statements that describe achievements of organisations in Africa.

(i) It has helped to resolve boundary conflicts in Africa.

(ii) It has encouraged countries to reduce tariffs.

(iii) It has protected the freedom of African nations.

(iv) It has helped countries to gain independence.

(v) It has let to establishment of a regional bank.

Which one of the following combination is made up of achievements of Organisation of African Unity (OAU)?

A. (i). (iii) and (iv)

43.Many people in African communities prefer working together when carrying out certain tasks. The reason for this is to

A. promote the spirit of sharing resources.

44.Which one of the following countries in Africa is correctly matched with its tourist destination?

Country Destination

C. South Africa Kruger National Park

45.Which one of the following is the best way of transporting petroleum products?

B. By use of pipeline transport.

46.Naomi visited her father who lives in an estate near a slum area. While on the way, she found it difficult to Walk through the slum. Which one of the following problems of urban centres did she face?

A. Overcrowding.

47.Which one of the following group of products consists of exports from Kenya‘?

C. Tea. flowers and soda.

48.Under succession law, if a man dies and has two daughters and one son, who should inherit his property?

D. All the children.

49.A person vying for a parliamentary seat is required by law to present nomination papers to the

A. Chairman Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC).

50.A person who is invited by parties that are in confiict to help them solve their dispute is called

C. an arbitrator.

51.Which one of the following practices is an abuse of human rights?

D. Administering mob justice.

52.Below are values that are practiced in Society.

(i) Justice.

(ii) Equity.

(iii) Rule oflaw. The practices listed above relate to

D. Principles of democracy.

53.The main factor that is likely to undermine peace in Kenya is

B. Tribalism.

54.The main cause of disagreements in school is

A. Failure to observe school rules.

55.Three of the following are responsibilities of spouses in marriage. Which one is not?

D. To protect the extended family.

56.The highest court in Kenya is

D. The supreme court.

57.Three of the following are functions of the legislature in Kenya. Which one is not?

B. Enforcing laws.

58.Mary a standard eight pupil was watching news on television. She noticed that there was also another persoh using hand signs. The reason for the use of signs was

C. to pass information to those who cannot hean.

59.Three of the following statements describe ways of demonstrating patriotism. Which one is not?

D. Promoting nepotism.

60.Which one of the following groups consists of factors that promote national unity in Kenya?

C. Sports and games, national assembly and single currency.

PART II: RELIGIOUS EDUCATION

SECTION A

CHRISTIAN RELIGIOUS EDUCATION

61. Which one of the following is a reason why Adam and Eve ate the fruit from the tree in the middle of the garden? They hoped to

C. be like God

62.Abraham demonstrated his faith in God when he

A. was willing to sacrifice his son

63.The main reason Why Jacob worked for Laban was because he Wanted to

C. get a wife

64.“Take off your sandals for you are standing on holy ground” (Exodus 3:5). These words were spoken by God to

A. Moses

65.Which one of the following events took place on the night of the Exodus?

D. The Israelites sacrificed the animals.

66.King Ahab of Israel sinned against God when he

B. took Naboth’s vineyard

67.When Solomon became king of Israel he asked for wisdom from God in order to

A. rule the people

68.A miracle that was performed by prophet Elijah when he was in Zarephath was the

C. raising the widow’s son

69.The reason why the lions did not harm prophet Daniel when he was thrown in the pit is because

B. God protected him

70.Which one of the following events took place when Jesus was born?

D. The shepherds visited baby Jesus.

71.Who among the following people was in the temple when Jesus was being dedicated‘? B. Simeon.

72.“Man cannot live on bread alone” (Luke 4:4)

A lesson Christians learn from this response given by Jesus during his temptation is that they should

A. use the word of God in their daily lives

73.The main reason why Jesus chose the twelve disciples was in order to

C. have them preach the good news

74.The main lesson christians learn from the parable of the good samaritan is that they should

A. help the needy

75.Which one of the following miracles of Jesus teaches Christians to care for the environment? The miracle of the

B. feeding of the five thousand

76.Who among the following people asked for permission to bury the body of Jesus?

C. Joseph of Arin1athea.

77.Jesus made himself known as the resurrected Lord to the two men at Emmaus when he

C. washed their feet

78.Which one of the following events took place on the day of Pentecost‘?

D. The disciples were filled with the Holy Spirit.

79.Ananias and Sapphira sinned against God when they

C. failed to give all the money to the disciples

80.“Tabitha sown: all her time being good and helping the poor {Acts 9:36]. What virtue did she demonstrate?

D. Kindness.

81.Which one of the following statements about Jesus is expressed in the Apostles creed‘?

A. Jesus is our Lord.

82.Which one of the following acts of worship is practised in both Christianity and traditional African religion?

A. Beating drums.

83.ln traditional African communities hair of a new born baby is shaved to

C. mark a new beginning

84.ln traditional African communities settling of disputes among the people is a duty performed mainly by‘?

D. Elders.

85.The main reason why Christians pay taxes to the government is to

C. enable them to get services

86.You discover that your classmate Dennis has been stealing pencils from other pupils. As a Christian. what is the best action for you to take?

B. Tell him to stop the habit.

87.Sylvia has been hiding in the toilet to avoid doing morning duties at school. As a Christian, What advice would you give her?

A. Explain to her the importance of working.

88.Which one of the following is the best leisure activity for a standard 8 pupil to engage in during a school holiday

D. Visiting the sick.

89.Janes classmate have been sneaking out of school during class time to go and play. They ask her to go and join them as a christian what should Jane do?

C. Refuse to go with them.

90.Your desk mate is involve in homosexuality as a christian you should

A. Tell him to seek guidance and counselling.

SECTION B ISLAMIC RELIGIOUS EDUCATION

61. Which one of the following verses is found in surah A1-Faraq? .

B. Minshari maakhalaq.

62. Which one of the following surahs assured the Prophet (p.b.u.h) of continued support from Allah (s.w.t)?

A. Dhuha

63. The following are verses from surah Al-Iklas.

(i) “He neither begets nor was He begotten.”

(ii) “Say He is Allah the One.”

(m) “And there is none comparable to Him.”

(iv) “Allah the self sufficient master.”

The correct order of the above verses is

A. (ii), (iv), (i), (iii)

64. One way that Muslims can apply the teachings of surah A I-Qadar is by

B. observing fasting.

65. A lesson that Muslims learn from surah Al-Fiil is that

D. Allah protects the Kaaba.

66. The Prophet (p.b.u.h) said “What will mostly take people to paradise will be the fear of Allah” and

A. good behaviour.

67. The main reason why taking and giving of bribes is prohibited in Islam is because it

B. is a form of exploitation

68. Which one of the following Swalat is correctly matched with its timing?

B. Asr — between mid aflemoon and before sunset.

69. Standard four pupils in Bidii Primary School were asked to perform wudhu. Which among the following pupils washed the fardh parts only?,

B. Ali — face, arms, ears, feet.

70. The total number of rakaats that a Muslim must perform in a day is

B. 17

71. Which one of the following groups ofpcople contain the correct recipients of Zakat?

C. Debtors, converts, needy.

72. An act that can nullify saum is

C. bathing after A.rr

73. The main reason why Muslims are encouraged to seek lawful means of earning a living is because it

A. is an act of lbada

74. The correct phrase to use when congratulating a person is

A. jazakallah

75. The recommended act when visiting the sick is

D. recite a dua for them.

76. For a person to become a Muslim he should

A. recite the Shahada

77. Prophet Ibrahim’s protection against the fire teaches that

B. Allah has power to protect his prophets

78. Which among the following is an act of Ihsan?

B. Worshipping Allah as if you see him.

79. Which among the following pairs of angels question the dead in the grave?

A. Munkar and Nakir.

80. According to the Hadith of the Prophet (p.b.u.h) the advice you would give to a classmate who is fond of using abusive language is to tell him to.

B. use good language or keep quiet

81. A business practice that should be avoided by Muslims is

C. charging interest on loans

82. Which one of the following qualities should Rehema consider while choosing friends in her class?

C. Prayerful and humble.

83. Who among the following was the first Muslim convert?

D. Khadija (R.A).

84. The main lesson that Muslims learn from the battle of Uhud is that they should

C. obey their leader

85. Which one of the following boxes contains the correct order of events that happened in the history of Islam?

Ans

B.

86.The persecution of Muslims in Makka led to the

C. hijrah to Madina

87. The difference between Idd and Jum‘a prayer is that

D. ldd prayer is performed in the morning while .lum’a is perfonned in the afternoon.

88. Which among the following months of the ' Islamic calender are Ash-Hurul-I-Iurum?

A. Muharram, Rajab, Dhulqaada, Dhulhijja.

89. A common characteristic of all mosques is that they face

B. Makka

90. Nabi Ibrahim took his wife and son to the desert because

A. he was commanded by Allah

SECTION C

HINDU RELIGIOUS EDUCATION

61. Which one of the following is the role of Lord Vishnu?

C. Nouiisher.

62. Paramatma can hear the prayers of a million people at a time because He is

A. Sarva vyapi

63. Which fonn of the Paramatma is worshipped in Hindu temples?

B. Sakai".

64. Lord Vishnu asked King Satyavrat to put seven Rishis on board a boat, during Matsya Avatar in order to

C. preserve the holy scriptures

65. What did Parshvanath decide to do after seeing the images of the marriage procession of Tiithankar Neminath?

D. Take Diksha.

66. Which one of the following statements is not true about Swami Dayariand Saraswati?

D. He encouraged the practice of ‘Sati’.

67. The Following statements describe the journey of Lord Rama, Sita and Lakshman, on their way to Vanvas from Ayodhya:

(i) Kevat helped them to go across in his boat

(ii) They made their huts near Mt. Chitra/toot

(iii) Sumant accompanied them up to the river Ganga

(iv) Bharadwaj Muni welcomed them to his Ashram

The correct order of the events is:

B. (iii). (i). (iv), (ii)

68. According to Jain scripture of Kalpasutra, who rejoiced by playing sweet music and showering flowers from heaven on the birth of Mahavir?

C. Gandharvas.

69. The scripture that is read for seven days in commemoration of a departed soul is

C. Bhagvat

70. Every year, Surjeet Kaur’s parents visit an orphanage on her birthday, to distribute clothes and food to the needy people. By doing so, they are practising the principle of

D. Wand Shakna.

71. Hindus believe that after death, the soul takes birth in another body. This is the principle of

B. Punarjanma

72. Three of the following are reasons why Jains practice Aparigraha. Which one is NOT?

B. To achieve success

73. Which one of the following is of most importance for a Brahmachari to practice in an Ashram?

A. Obedience.

74. Who among the following personalities preached to the Sikhs to give 10% of their earnings towards Wand Shakna?

C. Guru Nanak.

76. Three ofthe following can bc achieved through practice of the principle of Alcrodh except?

A. Think rationally.

77. Which one of the following Sikh Sanskars is performed first?

B. Antyeshthi.

78. In which part of a Hindu temple are the images of deities kept?

A. Ara’/1a Mandap.

79. One of the five Ks that a Sikh Khalsa wears to show Paramatma’s Hukam is

A. Kada

79. The following statements describe a Jain Tirthalcrhetra:

(i) Lord Mahavir gave his last sermon here

(ii) Nandi Vardhan built a derasar in a pond

(iii) It houses the holy footprints of Mahavir

(iv) People participate in a grand fair during Diwali

The place described above is

A. Pavapuri

80. Hindus celebrate the utsav of Dashera in order to

D. remember victory of Rama over Ravan.

81. Which one of the following Gurus added the importance to Baisakhi Day by forming the Khialsa?

B. Gum Gobind Singh.

82. Which one ofthe following combinations of Samagri is offered by devotees on Mahashivratri?

B. Dhalum, Bilva, flowers.

83.Which one of the following steps ofA.vhtang Yoga is the correct order for achieving Samadhi?

C. Pranayam Praryahara Dharna Dhyan.

84. Bhakta Prahalad used to meditate on the mantra of

A. Om Name Naruyana

85. Which one of the following Jain mantra is recited before the Siddhachakra‘?

D. Navkar.

86. During which Ritu do we appreciate the nature’s beauty and abundance?

B. Vasant.

87. Which one of the following Avatar ofLord Vishnu is correctly matched with Yuga?

Avatar Yuga

A. Rama Sal.

88. Manjinder Kaur wears Salwar Kameez and a Dupatra to cover her head when visiting a Gurudwara. By doing so, she is practising

A. humility

89. Which one ofthe following virtues do we learn from the story of Sudama and Lord Krishna?

C. Friendship.

90. Which one of the actions is the worst for our environment?

B. Using plastic bags as dustbins.

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