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Class 6 Social Studies End of Term 3 Examination 2022

Class: Class 6

Subject: Social Studies

Level: Primary School

Exam Category: Class 6 End Term 3 Exams

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Study the map of Desa area and answer questions 1-7
1. What is the direction of Haki market from prison?
A. South East
B. North East
C. South West
D. North West
2. Traders at sasa market get their trade licenses from the
A. Police station
B. County government office
C. Law courts
D. Chief’s camp
3. The type of soil found in the Northern part of Desa are is likely to be
A. Red volcanic soil
B. Sand soil
C. Black cotton soil
D. Alluvial soil
4. The most widespread form of transport in desa are is
A. Air transport
B. Road transport
C. Water transport
D. Railways transport
5. Which one of the following shows that there is administration of justice in Desa town?the presence of a?
A. Prison
B. County government office
C. Law court
D. Police station
6. Which one of the following economic activities is not carried out in Desa area
A. Agriculture
B. Mining
C. Trading
D. Fishing
7. The main religion of the people of Desa area is?
A. Christianity
B. Hinduism
C. Islam
D. African traditional religion
8. Which one of the following is a service industry?
A. Cement making
B. Tourism
C. Meat canning
D. Tea packing
9. Which one of the following countries of east Africa is the largest among the rest
A. Ethiopia
B. Tanzania
C. Uganda
D. Sudan
Use the map of Eastern Africa below to answer question 10-13
10. The main reason why the language group which follow the route marked V migrated from their original homeland was
A. Search for fishing ground
B. Their spirit of adventure
C. Search for fertile land
D. Search for water and pasture
11. The type of vegetation around the Lake area labelled P is called
A. Tropical forest
B. Mangrove forest
C. woodland savannah
D. Papyrus swamp vegetation
12. The town marked x in the map is called
A. Dar es salaam
B. Kigali
C. Arusha
D. Dodoma
13. What is the name of the country marked z?
A. Sudan
B. Uganda
C. Ethiopia
D. South Sudan
The diagram below shows the formation of a physical feature
14. The above feature was formed through?
A. Upward and faulting
B. Faulting and down warping
C. Evaporation and faulting
D. Faulting and uplifting
15. Dahalo and Sanye are Southern Cushitic found in?
A. Kenya
B. Uganda
C. Tanzania
D. Somalia
16. Which community is CORRECTLY matched with its area of origin?
A. Taita - Shungwaya
B. Iteso - Congo forest
C. Maasai - Eastern Ethiopia
D. Luo - Bahr – el- ghazel
17. Amount of rainfall is measured using
A. Windsock
B. Rain gauge
C. Wind vane
D. Anemometer
18. Which one of the following shows the position of Eastern Africa? It is
A. Longitude 230 N and 120 S latitude 220 E and 510 E
B. Latitude 50N and 50S longitude 220E and 420 E
C. Longitude 230 and 140 S latitude 160 E and 510 E
D. Longitude 50 n and 50S latitude 340E and 420 E
19. Which is NOT a natural physical feature in African countries?
A. Dams
B. Mountains
C. Plateaus
D. Lakes
20. Which one of the following is NOT a Kenya’s neighbor?
A. Uganda
B. Djibouti
C. Sudan
D. Tanzania
21. Which one of the following is NOT child abuse at home?
A. Forcing them to marry
B. Forcing them to do homework
C. Employing them in industries
D. Excessive canning
22. The diagram below shows a weather instrument
The weather instrument is called
A. Barometer
B. Thermometer
C. Anemometer
D. Rain gauge
23. Use the diagram below to answer the questions that follows
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The process through which the physical features shown above was formed is
A. Folding and twisting
B. Faulting and uplifting
C. Erosion and deposition
D. Volcanicity and eruption
24. Which one of the following relief features was formed through the process shown above
A. Mount Elgon
B. Mount Kenya
C. Mount Kilimanjaro
D. Mt. Ruwenzori
25. When Buganda people resisted Europeans colonization they were led by
A. Kabaka Mwanga
B. Kabaka Mutesa 1
C. Chief Mkwawa
D. Waiyaki wa Hinga
26. The great north road passes through these towns EXCEPT?
A. Mombasa
B. Dodoma
C. Arusha
D. Khartoum
27. A responsibility of both parent and children in a family is?
A. Providing basic needs
B. Working to earn living
C. Taking care of family property
D. Providing family with lands
28. The settlement of Luo people around Lake Victoria led to?
A. Soil erosion in the area
B. Introduction of new religion
C. Establishment of towns in the area
D. Interaction with the Abagusii
29. Banana growing in Uganda is important mainly because?
A. The country has high rainfall
B. Banana are exported to Kenya
C. Most people grow banana
D. It is the main source of food
30. The communities that entered Eastern Africa from the south is?
A. Ngoni
B. Sanye
C. Luo
D. Somali
31. In the Nyamwezi traditional chiefdoms duty of Mtwale was to
A. Lead the army
B. Solve cases
C. Offer sacrifices
D. Collect taxes
Use the diagram below to answer question 32 and 33.
32. The fishing method above is use to catch fish
A. That swims fast
B. In deep sea
C. That is small
D. Near the sea shore
33. The fishing method illustrated in the above diagram is called
A. Net drifting
B. Trawling
C. Purse seining
D. Long lining
34. A MAJOR problem experienced in all major towns in East Africa is?
A. Traffic congestion
B. Lack of electricity
C. Poor roads
D. Lack of people to work in industries.
35. A school routine enables a school to
A. Allocate time to school activities
B. Build new classrooms
C. Buy school textbooks
D. Employ new teachers
36. Trade in Eastern Africa is important because?
A. Goods are sold at low prices
B. The country produces similar goods
C. People get what they do not produce
D. People use less money
37. The Abawanga people responded to the coming of the British by?
A. Attacking colonial posts
B. Opposing British law
C. Running away from the Europeans
D. Collaborating with the British
38. Which group consists of mountains that have snow on their peaks?
A. Kilimanjaro,Kenya ,Ruwenzori
B. Meru ,Elgon , Menengai
C. Moroto, Marsabit, Longonot
D. Ol donyo Orok, Nyaringongo,Loolmalasin
39. Which one of the following places is the safest for pupils to cross the road?
A. Where there are bumps
B. Where there are traffic lights
C. At as roundabout
D. Where there is a junction

40. During the pre-colonial period the Ameru were ruled by?
A. Chiefs
B. Kings
C. Council of elders
D. Emperors
41. Which one of the following areas in Kenya is sparsely populated?
A. Meru
B. Kiambu
C. Garissa
D. Eldoret
42. Climate is?
A. The daily atmospheric condition of a place over a short period of time
B. The hotness or coldness of a place over a long period of time
C. The amount of water vapour of a short period of time
D. The average weather condition of a place over long period of time
43. The following are economic uses of soil EXCEPT?
A. Making bricks
B. Mining
C. Burying the dead
D. Growing crops
44. Which of the following factors does not influence distribution of vegetation?
A. Relief
B. Soil
C. Climate
D. Longitude
45. Which of the following can be used to communicate to many people at the same time?
A. Letter
B. Radio
C. Telephone
D. Messenger
46. The great rift valley was formed by
A. Folding
B. Faulting
C. Volcanicity
D. Drifting
47. Which fishing method is mainly done in Indian Ocean?
A. Trawling
B. Hook and line
C. Net drifting
D. Long lining
48. The Usambara and Ruwenzori mountains are examples of?
A. Residual mountain
B. Fold mountain
C. Volcanic mountain
D. Block mountains
49. Which one of the following cannot cause lawlessness in Kenya?
A. Poverty
B. Loyalty
C. Tribalism
D. Corruption
50. The following are members of county executive committee EXCEPT?
A. Governor
B. Nominated members
C. Speaker
D. Deputy Governor
51. Which one of the following is a political right?
A. Right to a fair trials
B. Right to life
C. Right to vote
D. Right to work
52. The road sign shown below means
A. No entry
B. No overtaking
C. No parking
D. No roundabout
53. Block Mountains are formed as a result of weak cracks on the earth’s crust known as?
A. Lines
B. Escarpments
C. Faults
D. Compression forces
54. The floating vegetation on river Nile at Bahr –el ghazal is known as
A. Riverine
B. Sudd
C. Water hyacinth
D. Reeds
55. The practice of growing flowers is referred to as
A. Agriculture
B. Viticulture
C. Floriculture
D. Horticulture
56. You have witnessed a matatu overturning as you go home from school. The immediate action you should take is
A. Call the police to arrest the driver
B. Start screaming
C. Run home and inform your parents
D. Assist passers – by to rescue the victims
57. Which one of the following communities collaborated with the British during the colonial rule in Kenya
A. Ameru and Agiriama
B. Abakusu and Nandi
C. Agiriama and Maasai
D. Abawanga and Agikuyu
58. Three of the following are positive results of the coming of early visitors to eastern Africa. Which one was NOT?
A. Introduction of formal education
B. Erosion of African cultural practices
C. Establishment of permanent settlement along the coast
D. Abolishment of slave trade
59. The main tourist attraction along the coast of Kenya is
A. Sandy beaches
B. Historical monuments
C. Marine wildlife
D. Traditional dancer
60. Who among the following is an
Ex- officio member of the National assembly?
A. The president
B. The chief justice
C. The attorney general
D. The speaker


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