NPower Test Questions And Answers, Score Over 70% for Batch C Applicants via Test Portal

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Are you looking for NPower Test Questions And Answers for Batch C Applicants via NASIMS Test Portal? If yes, this post is for you.


In this post, you will get the latest update and information on how to start your NPower batch C Test and score 70% and above using the leaked NPower questions and answers provided here.

If you applied for Npower batch C Recruitment and you are looking for how to pass your NPower Test successfully, please carefully go through the NPower Test Questions And Answers here to assist you score higher in your Batch C Test through the NASIMS portal.


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NPower Test Questions And Answers for Batch C Applicants via NASIMS Test Portal

Below are some of the leaked NPower batch C test questions and answers asked in the, NASIMS Portal.

1.      My parents suggested ………. Apply for job.

  • a.       Me to
  • b.      Me I should
  • c. That I
  • d.      If I
  • e.       Whether I

2.      The meeting …………. With the national anthem

  • a.       Concluded
  • b.      Completed
  • c.       Ended
  • d.      Finished
  • e.       Stopped

3.      Do you mind if I open the window? I’d rather you……….

  • a.      Don’t
  • b.      Won’t
  • c.       Do
  • d.      Would
  • e.       Didn’t

4.      If I had 10 apples and gave my friend ola 4, how many apples do I have left?

  • a.       10
  • b.      7
  • c.       4
  • d.      0
  • e.       6

5.      Wine is related to grapes in the same way as vodka is related to

  • a. Flour
  • b.      Orange
  • c.       Potatoes
  • d.      Apples
  • e.       Agwalumo

6.      Elated is to despondent as enlightened is to

  • a.       Aware
  • b.      Ignorant
  • c.       Miserable
  • d.      Tolerant
  • e.       educated

7.      ……… is the most important characteristics of a state.

  • a.       Legitimacy
  • b.      Accountability
  • c.       Majority rule
  • d.      Governance
  • e.       Sovereignty

8.      A final examination requires that the students answers an 4 out of 6 questions. In how many ways can this be done?

9.       If P and Q are fixed points and X is a point which moves so that XP = XQ, the locus of X is

10.  If you …… the Prime Minister, what…….. you….?

  • a.       Are/would/ have done
  • b. Were/would/do
  • c.       Will be/will/do
  • d.      Have been /are/doing
  • e.       Will have been/would/be doing

11.   If certain code ‘123’ means ‘hot filtered coffee’, ‘356’means ‘very hot day’ and ‘589’ means ‘day and night’. Which digit in that code means ‘very’?

  • a.       9
  • b.      5
  • c.       8
  • d.      6
  • e.       None of these

12.  ……… you please help me lift this box?

  • a.       Can
  • b.      Could
  • c.       Will
  • d.      May
  • e.       Would

13.  In a certain code language, “blue” means “car”, “car” means “wood”, “wood” means “rice”, “rice” means “chair” and “chair” means “table”. What do we eat?

  • a.       rice
  • b.      chair
  • c.       wood
  • d.      blue
  • e.       house

14.  The Indian magpie indulges …………. a long flight.

  • a.       At
  • b.      In
  • c.       An
  • d.      Over
  • e.       Alter

15.  The article “a” can be used with the following expert

  • a.       House
  • b.      Sheet
  • c.       Shoe
  • d. Umbrella
  • e.       Pen
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16.  How often are the hands of a clock at right angle everyday

  • a. 44times
  • b.      38times
  • c.       60times
  • d.      48times

17.  Which of these languages is spoken in delta?

  • a.       Biorm
  • b.      Nupe
  • c.       Fulani
  • d.      Isoko
  • e.       Gbagi

18.  Given the scores: 4,7,8,11,13,84,7,8,11,13,8 with corresponding frequencies: 3,5,2,7,2,13,5,2,7,2,1 respectively. The mean score is…

  • a.       7
  • b.      8.7
  • c.       9.5
  • d.      11
  • e.       6.5

19.  Blue is

  • a.       Primary colour
  • b.      Secondary colour
  • c.       Tertiary colour
  • d.      Complementary colour
  • e.       Natural colour

20.  Rectangular bars of equal width II. The height of each rectangular bar is proportional to the frequency of the corresponding class interval. III. Rectangular bars have common sides with no gaps in between. A histogram is described completely by

  • a.       I and II
  • b.      I and III
  • c. I, II and III
  • d.      II and III

21.  How I wish I …………. My mother’s advice

  • a.      Had heeded
  • b.      Have heeded
  • c.       Had plucked
  • d.      Did pluck

22.   A set of all ordered pair (x,y) which satisfies the system of equations is called

  • a.      Solution set
  • b.      Null set
  • c.       Complex set
  • d.      Subset
  • e.       Graph set

23.  PRYQ:KCJB :: PWOV:?

  • a.       GBHA
  • b.      ISJT
  • c.       ELDK
  • d.      EOFP
  • e.       FRGH

24.  This is the name of the current minister of education in Nigeria

  • A.    Adumu Sanni
  • B.     Lai Mohammed
  • C.     Rotimi Amaechi
  • D.    Adamu Adamu
  • E.     Rochas Okoro Ocha

25.  Which of these is not a FRUIT

  • a.       Tomatoes
  • b.      Orange
  • c.       Banana
  • d.      Pepper
  • e.       Paw paw

26.  Book

  • a.       Friction
  • b.      Pages
  • c.       Picture
  • d.      Learning
  • e.       Pen

27.   Which is the coldest location in the earth?

  • a.      Antarctica
  • b.      Europe
  • c.       Asia
  • d.      America
  • e.       Africa

28.  Find the mean of 10, 8, 5, 11, 12, 9, 3, 15, and 23.

  • a.       11.2
  • b.      10
  • c.       10.2
  • d.      11.3
  • e.       11.7

29.  Factorize x2 + 2a + ax + 2x.

  • a.       (x + 2a)(x + 1)
  • b.      (x +2a)(x – 1)
  • c.       (x2 – 1)(x – a)
  • d.      (x + 2)(x + a)
  • e.       (x2 + 2)(x -2)

30.   If “K” means “subtracted from”, “L” means “divided by”, “M” means “added to” and “D” means “multiplied by”, then 96 L 4 K 6 M 11 D 9=

  • a.      117
  • b.      125
  • c.       120
  • d.      145
  • e.       174

31.  She wants to become ……. Engineer

  • a.       A
  • b. An
  • c.       The
  • d.      Arn

32.  An Informal Gathering occurs when a group of people get together in a casual, relaxed manner. Which situation below is the best example of an Informal Gathering?


Q1. How many sides are there in a nonagon? Select one:


a. 3
b. 5
c. 7
d. 9

Q2. How did you do in the test? Not so well. I much better but I misread the directions for writing.


a. could have done
b. must have done
0. will have done
d. may have done
e. can have done

Q3. The Nigerian flag was designed by Select one:


a. Taiwo Akinwunmi
b. Flora Shaw
c. Lord Lugard
d. Lord Manherson
e. Tunde Orimolade

Q4. Arrange the numbers in ascending order: 36, 12, 29, 21, 7.


a. 36, 29, 21, 12, 7
b. 36, 29,7, 21, 12
c. 7, 12, 21, 29, 36
d. None of these

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Q5. [Choose the one that is most nearly opposite in meaning to the uppercase word] We should regard donations as __ and not COMPULSORY.


a. voluntary
b. gratuitous
c. obligatory
d. necessary
e. mandatory


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Q6. A leap year is that year that has Select one:


a. 29 days in February
b. 31 days in March
c. 30 days in May
d. 28 days in February
e. 31 days in November

Q7. When we multiply an exact number by zero, what will be the exact answer?


a. the exact number.
b. cannot be multiplied.
c. zero.
d. None of these


Q8. [Choose the Interpretation that you consider most appropriate for each sentencE. ] What I have told you is the gospel truth. This means that the information is.


a. completely true
b. partly true
c. unconflrmed
d. false
e. None of the options

Q9. How many tentacles does an octopus have?


a. 8
b. 7
c. 5
d. 9
e. 4

Q10. [Choose the one that is most nearly opposite in meaning to the uppercase word and that will, at the same time, correctly full the gap in the sentence] On our way to Tarkwa Bay the sea was TURBULENT but fortunately it was quite on our way back.


a. calm
b. pleasant
c. motionless
d. placid
e. None of the options

Q11. Are you willing to be deployed to a rural area?


a. YES
b. NO




Q12 At this time, do you have any computer programming or software development skills?


a. YES
b. NO

Q13. At this time, which one or a combination of these devices do you own:


Options: Select one or more

a. Laptop
b. Tablet
c. Smartphone ( mobile phones with Internet capabilities)

Q14. Question text Do you have any physical disability? Select one:


a. Yes
b. No

Q15. Gender? Select one:


a. Male
b. Female

Q16. Which of these classifications and/ or postgraduate degrees apply to you?


a. 1st Class/ Distinction and Masters
b. 1st Class / Distinction and PGD
c. 1st Class / Distinction
d. 2nd Class Upper / Upper Credit + Masters
e. 2nd Class Upper/ Upper Credit + PGD
f. 2nd Class Upper/ Upper Credit
g. 2nd Class Lower/ Lower Credit + Masters
h. 2nd Class Lower/ Lower Credit + PGD
i. 2nd Class Lower/ Lower Credit
j. 3rd Class / Pass + Masters
k. 3rd Class /Pass + PGD
l. 3rd Class/ Pass

Q17. What is your current employment status? Select one:


a. Full-time
b. Freelance
c. Part-time
d. Unemployed

Q18. Which is the smallest fraction among the following?


a. 3/4
b. 6/7
c. 1/2
d. 6/5

Q19. How did you do in the test? Not so well. I much better but I misread the directions for writing.


a. will have done
b. can have done
c. must have done
d. may have done
e. could have done

Q20. The Capital of Lagos State is.Select one:


b. lsaIe-Eko
c. Eko
d. lkeja
e. lkorodu

Q21. If the day tomorrow is Sunday, what was it yesterday?


a. Monday
b. Tuesday
d. Saturday

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Q22. Amaka was the cynosure of all eyes at the party. This means that:


a. she attracted everybody’s attention
b. everybody was surprised that she attended the part
c. None of the options
d. everybody looked down at her
e. she was notorious for her behaviour

Q23. Who is the current Governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria


a. Alhaji Mai Borno
b. Sanusi Lamido Sanusi
c. Godwin Emeflele
d. Adamu Chiroma
e. Charles Soludo

Q24. In words number 14 can be written as


a. Forteen.
b. Fourteen.
c. Fortin.
d. Fourtin.

Q25. [Choose the one that is most nearly opposite in meaning to the uppercase word.] Few people prefer the RURAL to the …. areas


a. urban
b. modern
c. pastoral
d. central
e. rustic

Q26. A piece of land completely surrounded by water is known as


a. a platform
b. a lagoon
c. a lake
d. an island
e. None of the options

Q27. Bose shouldn’t have interrupted the teacher, ?


a. could she
b. didn’t she
c. should she
d. did she
e. can she

Q28. Are you willing to be deployed to a rural area? Select one:


.a. YES
b. NO

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