Geography is defined as the study of the landforms, bodies of water, climate and natural resources of a place. As high school students, you must have written an examination. With this experience you must have come to the realization that the best way to prepare for an exam is practicing past questions, that is practicing with mock and past quizzes tests thoroughly, you should concentrate on your reasoning skills.
The best way to do so is by constant practice. Consistently practicing questions will build up your reasoning skill and increase your confidence about the subject. To help students, we have prepared quizzes for you guys to try. Questions selected from the June session of 2017, the quiz comprises 15 only.
A stream with a very low hydraulic radius implies that such a stream has:
The following are all drainage basin characteristics except one. Isolate the odd characteristic.
Which is the fastest means by which precipitated water can reach the river channel.
The atmospheric layer with the highest concentration of ozone is the
Which of the following is the major means by which heat energy is transferred from low latitudes to high latitudes?
Which of the following expresses the correct meaning of dew point?
Temperatures are higher in cities due to
The urban heat island can be explained by all of the following except one. Which is the exception.
The occurrence of deserts on western sides of land masses in the sub tropics is related to all of the following conditions but for one. Which is the odd condition?
Which of the following is not a geological hazard?
Which layer represents the innermost section of the earth’s structure?
Which type of plate boundary is located between the South American plate and the African
A major fault tears deep into the earth’s crust following an earthquake in North India. The crustal blocks on both sides are displaced vertically. A very steep fresh rock wall of 20m is
created. This is most appropriately known as
The sheer force of water in turbulent currents hits the river banks, pushing water into cracks, causing the banks to collapse from time to time. This process of river erosion is known as
The gradual displacement of pebbles and sand along a beach in a zig-zag path as wave constantly break on the shore is referred to as