Past Questions and Answers

Civic Education Neco Past Questions And Answers (Objective and Theory)

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Civic Education Neco Past Questions And Answers (Objective and Theory)

Here they are;

Multiple Choice Questions

What is the primary purpose of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR)?

A) Establish international trade laws

B) Protect and promote human rights globally

C) Create a world government

D) Enforce military dominance

Answer: B

In a democratic election, what does the term “Secret Ballot” mean?

A) Voting openly without privacy

B) Voting with a special pen

C) Voting in secret to protect voter identity

D) Voting for a secret candidate

Answer: C

Which of the following is a feature of a totalitarian government?

A) Separation of powers

B) Limited government control

C) Single-party rule with no opposition

D) Active citizen participation

Answer: C

What is the primary responsibility of a civil society organization?

A) Enforcing laws

B) Advocating for citizens’ rights and interests

C) Controlling the military

D) Imposing taxes

Answer: B

Which form of government involves the rule of a small group of individuals?

A) Oligarchy

B) Democracy

C) Autocracy

D) Anarchy

Answer: A

The process of removing an elected official from office before the end of their term is called:

A) Election

B) Impeachment

C) Nomination

D) Veto

Answer: B

What is the primary function of the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) in Nigeria?

A) Military training

B) Promoting unity and national integration

C) Political campaigning

D) Enforcing laws

Answer: B

A government that allows freedom of the press is demonstrating a commitment to:

A) Censorship

B) Accountability and transparency

C) Dictatorship

D) Propaganda

Answer: B

Which level of government is responsible for issues that affect the entire country?

A) Local Government

B) State Government

C) Federal Government

D) Municipal Government

Answer: C

What role do electoral commissions play in the democratic process?

A) Creating laws

B) Conducting elections and ensuring fairness

C) Enforcing policies

D) Controlling the military

Answer: B

True/False Questions

Citizens have the right to peacefully assemble and express their opinions in a democracy.


True / False

Answer: True

In a federal system, the state governments derive their powers from the central government.


True / False

Answer: False

Political tolerance is essential for the smooth functioning of a democratic society.


True / False

Answer: True

The primary duty of the executive branch is to interpret laws.


True / False

Answer: False

A one-party system is a characteristic of a pluralistic society.


True / False

Answer: False

Theory Questions

Discuss the role of media in promoting civic education and awareness among citizens.


Examine the impact of corruption on good governance and suggest ways to combat it.


Compare and contrast direct democracy and representative democracy.


Explain the concept of checks and balances in a democratic system and its importance.


Discuss the challenges and benefits of cultural diversity in the context of national unity.

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