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NDA – Geography – 2003

Challengemoi - NDA Past Questions and Answers

This quiz consist of over 50 NDA Geography past questions and answers. The answers are well explained. Retake the quiz as many times as you feel the need. Success!

This is a timed quiz. You will be given 1200 seconds to answer all questions. Are you ready?

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In Nigeria, warm spring can be found in

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An example of statement scale of a map scale is

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Day and night are caused by

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Which of these groups represents the three main subdivisions of vegetation?

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Lines on maps joining together places of equal amount of rainfall are called

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An instrument used in a weather station to measure the sunshine duration of a day is called

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A nephoseope is an instrument used to measure the direction and speed of

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The following factors influence immigration except one

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Which is the most sparsely populated of the following parts of Nigeria?

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The conventional source of population data is

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Which of the following South American Cities has less than one million inhabitants?

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Which of the following Latin American Cities has the largest population?

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The term CONURBATION refers to

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Which of the following land forms are associated with the tot-rent stage of a river?

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It a horse-shoe shaped feature resulting from mountain glacial plucking, when it contains water, it is referred to as Turn Lake. This describes

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It is narrow stretch of land adjoining an island to a mainland. This is a description of

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A volcano is said to be active if

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Ice in motion is known as

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A desert water course which contains water only occasionally after rainfall is known as

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The earth lies in-between

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In geography G .M. T. is an acronym for

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Metamorphic rocks are