Quizzing yourself randomly on different types of problems is a great way of randomly flipping your book.
Geography is a social science subject which is defined simply as the systematic study of nature. This particular subject at the advanced level is sectioned into physical and human geography.
As a student going in for an examination, it is very necessary for you to go through all the content and the syllabus. Understand the basics of Geography. Get the hang of it. Sit with your syllabus and go through all the points and see if you can answer them. Know the key terms in a question.
And what better way is there for a student to get the hang of this than with quizzes. With this quiz today, 15 questions have been carefully selected from the CGCE session of 2016. The topics are based on the Advanced level geography syllabus.
Which atmospheric layer is responsible for our daily changes in weather conditions?
“These are clouds that look like rounded fluffy piles”. This best suits?
The layer of the atmosphere in which ozone gas is most concentrated is
“Located between latitude 25o to 35° North and South, characterized by high daily range of
temperature above 25 °C, with constantly subsiding air currents and annual precipitation of less than 250mm/year” These conditions pertain to;
All of the following are major factors which influence climate at a macro-scale except one. Which is the exception?
Where on the earth’s surface within the global hydrological cycle is the largest store of fresh water to be found?
What is the sinuosity index of a river with a winding distance of 10km and a straight-line distance of 5km from source to mouth?
Most of the rivers or tributaries being harnessed to produce hydroelectric power in Cameroon belong to one of the following drainage basins. Which is the basin?
All of the following statements about the structure of the earth are true except one.
Which is the exception?
The name ascribed to the supercontinent that split and later drifted to form the present continents of the world is? :
The plate which is adjacent or next to the African plate in the West is;
There are two “killer lakes” in Cameroon. Identify one of them from the list below
Physical weathering is more intense in tropical deserts because of:
After very heavy rain, highly fluidized mass of clay and other fine-grained materials moved down the slope of a portion of the Western Highlands very rapidly then becoming increasingly pasty until they came to rest where they played out as tongues or lobes at the foot of slopes. Which type of mass movement occurred along the said slope?
Isolate the odd pair associated with fluvial action and its features: