ABIAPOLY Post UTME Past Questions and Answers PDF Download

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ABIAPOLY Post UTME Past Questions

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Sample Questions

1. A used in the passage, the word demeaning most nearly means
(A) distasteful
(B) complimentary
(C) insulting
(D) delightful

2. The author implies that the most important aim of the right to free speech is
(A) the ability to disagree with Congress
(B) the ability to say whatever you want to say whenever you want
(C) the right to express our opinions freely
(D) The right to listen to violent music

3. The author attempts to persuade the reader with
(A) statistics
(B) impassioned generalizations
(C) historical quotations
(D) anecdotes and examples

4. This passage is most likely from
(A) speech was given to a radio station
(B) textbook on the constitution
(C) magazine article on American music
(D) an editorial in a school newspaper

5. The passage seems to imply that
(A) Our mind is dull in receiving data
(B) our subconscious is sometimes the most active
(C) our songs are harmful
(D) our rights are very exclusive

Important notice: ABIAPOLY Post UTME screening exercise, you must have scored 120 and above in the last Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME).

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