Holiday Online Assessment Test – Junior Secondary 2-3 – Basic Technology (Round 1)

Welcome to your Holiday Online Assessment Test JS 2-3 - Basic Technology (1st Round)

Technology can simply be defined as

(a) a borrowed scientific knowledge to solve basic needs
(b) a cultural tradition developed by a society to solve basic needs.
(c) an imported knowledge from the civilized  nations.
(d) science that defines the relationship between man and his environment.
(e) the power to make sound judgment
Which group of people listed below study technology?

(a) boys and girls men and women
(b) boys only
(c) girls only
(d) those attending and women
(e) the power to make sound judgement
Which of the following is computer application software?

(a) central processing unit
(b) keyboard
(c) Microsoft word
(d) monitor
(e) mouse
The acronym “www’ stands for

(a) Wide Water Web
(b) World Water Ways
(c) World Web Ways
(d) World Wide Wave
(e) World Wide Web
Technological literacy empowers one to become

(a) exposed
(b) jack of all trades
(c) lazy
(d) proud
(e) rich
The following are benefits of technology to farmers, except

(a) availability of herbicides, pesticide and insecticides
(b) harvest of produce in commercial quantity
(c) improving quality of farm produce
(d) replacement of local blacksmith products
(e) replacement of manual process with machine
Accident in a workshop can easily be avoided is

(a) damaged tools are used
(b) electrical appliances are faulty
(c) oil is spilled on the floor
(d) safety wears are worn
(e) working environment is untidy
The following are materials found in a first aid box except

(a) cotton wool
(b) razor blades
(c) plasters
(d) scissors
(e) syringes
The common size of a school workshop first aid box is ……………cm

(a) 20x25x60
(b) 30x25x40
(c) 40x40x25
(d) 90x40x20
(e) 40 x 27 x 14cm
Which of the following is a method of cutting veneer?

(a) carving
(b) felling
(c) planning
(d) sanding
(e) slicing
The presence or absence of ……..differentiates ferrous and non-ferrous metals.

(a) carbon
(b) hydrogen
(c) iron
(d) lead
(e) oxygen
Which of these saws is used for cutting large pieces of timer along the grain?

(a) cross cut
(b) dovetail
(c) panel
(d) Rip
(e) Tenon
The process of cutting logs into timber is known as

(a) conversion
(b) planning
(c) preservation
(d) seasoning
(e) shrinkage
The method of removing moisture from wood is known as

(a) conversion
(b) preservation
(c) polishing
(d) seasoning
(e) shrinkage
The unseasoned timber is sometimes called ……wood.

(a) brown
(b) green
(c) pink
(d) red
(e) white
Metal can be identified through the following properties, except

(a) brittleness
(b) density
(c) elasticity
(d) fusibility
(e) sol1
When a metal is separated from its ore, it is said to have been

(a) alloyed
(b) cast
(c) melted
(d) scraped
(e) smelted
Limestone is used to remove……………. From iron ore

(a) coke
(b) flux
(c) impurities
(d) scraps
(e) slag
The chemical combination of copper and zinc gives

(a) aluminium
(b) brass
(c) bronze
(d) iron
(e) tin
Plastics which become soft when heated and can be remolded are referred to as

(a) plasticines
(b) polythene
(c) polyvinyl
(d) thermoplastics
(e) thermosets
Which of the following is a ceramic product?

(a) granite
(b) mica
(c) slate
(d) tyre
(e) vetrify tiles
The raw materials for processing rubber is

(a) ceramic
(b) iron
(c) latex
(d) plastic
(e) wood
A significant property of rubber that differentiates it from plastic is

(a) brittleness
(b) conductivity
(c) elasticity
(d) hardness
(e) toughness
Ceramic is a product of

(a) clay
(b) iron
(c) plastic
(d) rubber
(e) wood
Which of the following is not a product of rubber?

(a) car tubes
(b) car tyres
(c) insulators
(d) shock absorbers
(e) water buckets
An angle that is greater than 90o but less than 180o is called

(a) acute
(b) alternate
(c) corresponding
(d) obtuse
(e) reflex
Protractor is a drawing instrument used for

(a) bisecting angles
(b) drawing inclined lines
(c) drawing straight lines
(d) measuring angles
(e)  transferring measurements
In isometric projection, receding lines are drawn at ……. Degrees to the horizontal lines.

(a) 15
(b) 30
(c) 45
(d) 60
(e) 75
A plane figure bounded by seven straight lines is called

(a) heptagon
(b) hexagon
(c) nonagon
(d) octagon
(e) pentagon
How many faces has a cuboid?

(a) 4
(b) 6
(c) 8
(d) 10
(e) 12
The sectioned part of the circle below is called a/an



(a) arc.
(b) chord
(c) quadrant
(d) sector
(e) segment
Which of the following correctly represents an isosceles triangle?



 
If the diagram below is viewed in the direction of arrow G



The correct view will be

The following are all plane figures, except

(a) circle
(b) cone
(c) rectangle
(d) square
(e) triangle
The following are quadrilaterals, except

(a) cuboid
(b) parallelogram
(c) rectangle
(d) rhombus
(e) square
The type of drawing shown below is



(a) auxiliary
(b) isometric
(c) oblique
(d) orthographic
(e) perspective
Which of the following practices is not allowed in Technical drawing?

(a) constructing
(b) Hatching
(c) Outlining
(d) Painting
(e) Tracing
The following are types of scales, except

(a) chordal
(b) diagonal
(c) isometric
(d) plain
(e) straight
In oblique drawing the receding lines are drawn at ………….. degrees.

(a) 40
(b) 45
(c) 50
(d) 55
(e) 75
The drawing instrument shown below is called



(a) drawing board
(b) French curve
(c) protractor
(d) set square
(e) tee square

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