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Thank you for your interest in purchasing UNIBEN Post UTME Past Questions and Answers. This will go a long way to improving your exam preparatory skill. You will understand the pattern of the aptitude test exams and how it is conducted in UNIBEN. Most of these questions in the past questions sometimes do repeat itself in subsequent years.  In UNIBEN, admission is strictly based on merit and your are expected to score your post UTME as high as possible as the admission placement is very competitive.

OCTOBER 26™ 2005
Time allowed: 30 minutes
Read the following instructions carefully

1.  Use HB pencil to shade in your answers, Ensure that any shading in error is thoroughly erased.
2.  Candidates should write their full Names (surname first). JAMB Registration number. Paper code,
Sex. JAMB score. Faculty of first and second choice and the Question Paper Option
Given to them in the appropriate spaces on the Answer Sheets.
3.   Attempt all questions.
4.  The use of calculators and/or similar electronic devices is NOT allowed
Read the passage 1 below carefully and answer the questions that follow. Each question carries 2 marks

How can people be sure that they are truly marrying people with whom they are truly compatible? One way is by taking time to get to know the other person. Researchers have found that couples seem to go through three stages in this process. First, each person tries to measure his or her good and bad qualities against those of the other person. People tend to be drawn to others who seem to have about the assets and liabilities they themselves possess. Second, people look for compatible beliefs, attitudes and interests to support the  initial attraction. It is not until the third stage that people reveal to each other how they handle responsibilities, react to disappointments and cope with a wide variety of situations. The key to compatibility is for the couple to be sure that they have arrived at this last stage before they think seriously about marriage. Such people are less likely to
be unpleasantly surprised than those who marry quickly.

1.     According to the author couples get to a crucial stage in their relationship
(a) when they show their assets and liabilities (b) when they display responsibility and positive attitudes (c) when they look for compatible beliefs and attitudes (d) when they show how they react to circumstances

2.  From the passage, we learn that compatibility is measured in terms of (a) good and bad qualities
(b) adequate knowledge of each other  (c) individual responsibility (d) reactions to a variety of

3.  The primary audience(s) for the above passage are (a) young unmarried adults (b) people seeking
compatibility in their partner (c) those who fall in love at first sight (d) the general public and
marriage counsellors

4.  The best title for the passage is (a) researches on marriage compatibility (b) liabilities and assets in marriage (c) compatibility in marriage (d) responsibility in marriage

5.  To be unpleasantly surprised” in the passage means to be
(a) physically prepared for any eventuality (b) psychological prepared for my eventuality
(c) seriously shocked by the outcome of the union (d) taken unawares when marriage is done.

Read passage II carefully and answer the questions that follow. Each question carries 2 mark
The approach to the University is being restructured to ease the flow of traffic, give better security and provide an  appropriate  introduction  to  a  set  of  higher  learning.  The  Works  and  Services  Complex  is  also  under construction, and we intend to move into the completed (major) part of it within the next few weeks.

All these projects are being extended with, an eye to aesthetics, for we recognize the important influence of a beautiful and healthy environment on its inhabitants and feel that a cluster of buildings on a small space such as we  have  should  be  so  well  designed  as  to  have  a  beneficial,  psychological  and  sociological  effect  on  all members of the community.

I have gone to these lengths to itemize these examples of current development for two main reasons. Firstly, to advise you that the road diversions and other physical inconveniences currently being experienced will be on the increase, because of intense development activity. We therefore appeal to you to bear with us in full knowledge and consolation that such inconveniences are temporary and will soon yield final tangible results.

Secondly,  to  demonstrate  our  capacity  for  executing  approved  projects  with  dispatch,  and  to  ensure”
Government that we are up to the task. Indeed, I can assure Government that its ability to disburse funds to us will be more than matched by capacity to collect and expend them on executing various projects in record time.

6.  From the passage, we can gather that .
(a) There is not much consideration for the health of the inhabitants
(b) the inconvenience suffered by the inhabitants will be for a while (c) there is deliberate effort to inconvenience the people (d) projects are carried out without approval

7.  Unless it can be shown that the money voted for projects can be spent on them in good time
(a) the development activity will not be intense  (b) it will not be easy to convince the Government of our executive ability  (c) it will not be difficult to ask Government for funds
(d) the road diversion and other inconveniences will continue

8.  An eye to aesthetics” in this passage means:
(a) A regard for space  (b) A beneficial psychological effect
(c) A regard for health (d) A consideration for beauty

9.  In the passage, the author tries to explain why
(a) it is necessary to establish the Works and Services Complex in the University 

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