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ICPC RECRUITMENT ONLINE TEST: The Independent Corrupt Practices and Other Related Offences Commission (ICPC): Test sample questions for ICPC  that will give you insight on how to answer subsequent questions, here are  25 questions to be answered correctly.

1 The table above shows the number of students admitted to Northwest University over a three-year period. The pie chart shows the relative percentages of foreign students admitted to the faculty of science in 2004. All percentages have been rounded to the nearest whole number. Use this information to answer the following questions. If 65% of the students joining the faculty of science were male, how many female students were admitted over the three year period?

a)340

b)233

c)244

d)433

e)343

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2 The table above shows the number of students admitted to North West University over a three year period. The pie chart shows the relative percentages of foreign students admitted to the faculty of science in 2004. All percentages have been rounded to the nearest whole number. Use this information to answer the following questions. How many students joined the Engineering and Science faculties in 2003 and 2004?

a)644

b)532

c)638

d)660

c)624

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3 The table above shows the number of students admitted to North West University over a three year period. The pie chart shows the relative percentages of foreign students admitted to the faculty of science in 2004. All percentages have been rounded to the nearest whole number. Use this information to answer the following questions.

a)18

b)12

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C)14

d)15

e)16

 

4 The table above shows the number of students admitted to North West University over a three year period. The pie chart shows the relative percentages of foreign students admitted to the faculty of science in 2004. All percentages have been rounded to the nearest whole number. Use this information to answer the following questions. What percentage of students joined the law faculty over the three- year period?

a)1.7%

b)1.8%

c)3.8%

d)2.3%

e)6.8%

 

5 The table above shows the number of students admitted to North West University over a three year period. The pie chart shows the relative percentages of foreign students admitted to the faculty of science in 2004. All percentages have been rounded to the nearest whole number. Use this information to answer the following questions. If 25% of the students joining the faculty of science in 2004 were foreign, how many Mexican students joined the faculty that year?

a)10

b)11

c)12

d)13

e)14

6 An insurance policy covering fire damage to stock pays 70% of the costs for the first $1,000 and all of the cost thereafter up to a total of $7,000. Following a claim, the claimant had to pay an additional $2,000 to replace damaged stock. How much was the stock worth?

a)$ 9,300

b)$9,700

c)$9,500

d)$8,700

c)$8,300

7 What are the roots of the equation X2 – 12x = –27?

a)(18, 9)

b)(18, – 9)

d)(– 3, – 9)

d)(– 3, 9)

e)(3, 9)

8 A human community that is usually cohesive and homogeneous is

a)City

b)kinship

c)clan

d)nation

9 Which of the following made the earliest contact with the Nigerian society?

a)British

b)Portuguese

c)french

d)German

10 Under the 1963 republican constitution, the president exercised?

a)judicial power

b)executive power

c)nominal power

d)concurrent powers

11 Between 1960 and 1966 Nigeria was governed under the

a)presidential system

b)Westminster system

c)confederal system

d)unitary system

12 When was the Nigeria 2019 General Election held?

a)January 12th, 2019

b)February 23,2019

c)March 3rd, 2019

d)April 15th. 2019

13 Which of these countries does NOT operate a federal constitution

a)America

  1. b) Germany
  2. c) France

d)Nigeria

14 An election which is conducted to fill a vacant seat in a legislature is called a

a)Supplementary Election

b)By election

c)Rerun Election

d)Party Election

15 What is the largest continent in the world?

  1. a) Africa

b)North America

  1. c) Asia

d)South America

16 Who was Nigerian first executive president?

a)General Sanni Abacha

b)Nnamdi Azikwe

c)Alhaji Shehu Aliyu Shagari

d)Abdulsalam Abubakar

17 When was the first military coup carried out in Nigeria?

a)1960

b)1966

c)1970

d)1980

18 What does the eagle in the Nigerian coat of arm represent?

a)Peace

b)Love

c)Strength

d)Unity

19 What was the first political party in Nigeria?

a)PDP People’s Democratic Party of Nigeria

b)APC All Progressive Party

c)NNDP Nigerian National Democratic Party

d)NCP National Conscience Party

20 Which was the first TV station in Nigeria?

a)NTA

b)LTV

c)EBC

d)WNTV

21 In law, trespass can be: the criminal act of going into somebody else’s land or property without the permission of the owner or lessee; it is also a civil law tort that may be a valid cause of action to seek judicial relief and possibly damages through a lawsuit. In some jurisdiction trespassing is an offence or misdemeanour covered by a criminal code. In other jurisdiction, it is not considered a crime or penal in nature, property is protected from trespass under civil law and privacy acts. In England and Wales, despite the prevalence of notices asserting that “trespassers will be prosecuted”, unless the trespass is aggravated in some way, it will only be a civil wrong. Although criminal and civil trespass laws vary from jurisdiction to jurisdiction, most have the following facets in common: Property owners and their agents (for example,security guards may only use reasonable force to protect their property. For example, setting booby traps on a property to hurt trespassers or shooting at trespassers are usually strictly forbidden except in extreme circumstances. Not all persons seeking access to property are trespassers. The law recognizes the rights of persons given express permission to be on the property (“licensees”wink and persons who have a legal right to be on the property (“invitees”wink not to be treated as trespassers. For example, a meter reader on the property to read the meter is an invitee, as would be a travelling salesperson, or a police officer seeking to execute a warrant. It is very difficult to successfully prosecute someone for trespass.

a)True

b) False

c) Can’t say

22 In law, trespass can be: the criminal act of going into somebody else’s land or property without the permission of the owner or lessee; it is also a civil law tort that may be a valid cause of action to seek judicial relief and possibly damages through a lawsuit. In some jurisdictions trespassing is an offense or misdemeanor covered by a criminal code. In other jurisdictions, it is not considered a crime or penal in nature, property is protected from trespass under civil law and privacy acts. In England and Wales, despite the prevalence of notices asserting that “trespassers will be prosecuted”, unless the trespass is aggravated in some way, it will only be a civil wrong. Although criminal and civil trespass laws vary from jurisdiction to jurisdiction, most have the following facets in common: Property owners and their agents (for example,security guards may only use reasonable force to protect their property. For example, setting booby traps on a property to hurt trespassers or shooting at trespassers are usually strictly forbidden except in extreme circumstances. Not all persons seeking access to property are trespassers. The law recognizes the rights of persons given express permission to be on the property (“licensees”wink and persons who have a legal right to be on the property (“invitees”wink not to be treated as trespassers. For example, a meter reader on the property to read the meter is an invitee, as would be a travelling salesperson, or a police officer seeking to execute a warrant. Property is only ever protected from trespass under civil law and privacy acts.

a)True

b)False

c)Can’t say

23 In law, trespass can be: the criminal act of going into somebody else’s land or property without the permission of the owner or lessee; it is also a civil law tort that may be a valid cause of action to seek judicial relief and possibly damages through a lawsuit. In some jurisdiction trespassing is an offence or misdemeanour covered by a criminal code. In other jurisdiction, it is not considered a crime or penal in nature, property is protected from trespass under civil law and privacy acts. In England and Wales, despite the prevalence of notices asserting that “trespassers will be prosecuted”, unless the trespass is aggravated in some way, it will only be a civil wrong. Although criminal and civil trespass laws vary from jurisdiction to jurisdiction, most have the following facets in common: Property owners and their agents (for example,security guards may only use reasonable force to protect their property. For example, setting booby traps on a property to hurt trespassers or shooting at trespassers are usually strictly forbidden except in extreme circumstances. Not all persons seeking access to property are trespassers. The law recognizes the rights of persons given express permission to be on the property (“licensees”wink and persons who have a legal right to be on the property (“invitees”wink not to be treated as trespassers. For example, a meter reader on the property to read the meter is an invitee, as would be a travelling salesperson, or a police officer seeking to execute a warrant. In Texas it is legal to use deadly force against trespassers after dark.

a)True

b)False

c) Can’t say

24 In law, trespass can be: the criminal act of going into somebody else’s land or property without the permission of the owner or lessee; it is also a civil law tort that may be a valid cause of action to seek judicial relief and possibly damages through a lawsuit. In some jurisdiction trespassing is an offence or misdemeanour covered by a criminal code. In other jurisdiction, it is not considered a crime or penal in nature, property is protected from trespass under civil law and privacy acts. In England and Wales, despite the prevalence of notices asserting that “trespassers will be prosecuted”, unless the trespass is aggravated in some way, it will only be a civil wrong. Although criminal and civil trespass laws vary from jurisdiction to jurisdiction, most have the following facets in common: Property owners and their agents (for example,security guards may only use reasonable force to protect their property. For example, setting booby traps on a property to hurt trespassers or shooting at trespassers are usually strictly forbidden except in extreme circumstances. Not all persons seeking access to property are trespassers. The law recognizes the rights of persons given express permission to be on the property (“licensees”wink and persons who have a legal right to be on the property (“invitees”wink not to be treated as trespassers. For example, a meter reader on the property to read the meter is an invitee, as would be a travelling salesperson, or a police officer seeking to execute a warrant. Invitees are people who have been specifically invited onto the property by

a)True

b)False

c)Can’t say

25 In law, trespass can be: the criminal act of going into somebody else’s land or property without the permission of the owner or lessee; it is also a civil law tort that may be a valid cause of action to seek judicial relief and possibly damages through a lawsuit. In some jurisdiction trespassing is an offence or misdemeanour covered by a criminal code. In other jurisdiction, it is not considered a crime or penal in nature, property is protected from trespass under civil law and privacy acts. In England and Wales, despite the prevalence of notices asserting that “trespassers will be prosecuted”, unless the trespass is aggravated in some way, it will only be a civil wrong. Although criminal and civil trespass laws vary from jurisdiction to jurisdiction, most have the following facets in common: Property owners and their agents (for example,security guards may only use reasonable force to protect their property. For example, setting booby traps on a property to hurt trespassers or shooting at trespassers are usually strictly forbidden except in extreme circumstances. Not all persons seeking access to property are trespassers. The law recognizes the rights of persons given express permission to be on the property (“licensees”wink and persons who have a legal right to be on the property (“invitees”wink not to be treated as trespassers. For example, a meter reader on the property to read the meter is an invitee, as would be a travelling salesperson, or a police officer seeking to execute a warrant. Aggravated trespass is a civil wrong and offenders cannot be prosecuted

a)True

b)False

c)Can’t say

 

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