Searching for NECO geography practical expo 2020, here are ideas of the physical geography questions for map reading paper and the 2020 neco geography practical answers.
The Neco geography practical 2020 answers for map reading and objective questions is now out. The National Examination Council (NECO) Geography SSCE paper will be written on Monday, 16th November, 2020.
NECO Geography practical answers is for Papers III & I: Objective & Practical which will commence from 10.00 am and end by 12.30 pm. That means the Neco geography practical examination will last for two hours, thirty minutes (2hrs 30mins) only.
The physical and practical geography part involves map reading which all the tools needed will be provided for the candidate. In this post, we will be posting out samples of the neco geography practical questions for candidates that will participate in the examination for practice purposes.
NECO Geography Practical 2020.
Practical [Map reading] Sample;
1. Study the map extract provided on a scale of 1:50,000 and answer the questions that follow.
(a) In your answer booklet, reduce the mapped area to a third of its original size and state the scale of the new outline.
(b) In your new outline, insert and name:
i) Settlement Zima;
ii) The railway line running from Piajam settlement to Geza settlement;
iii) Turash settlement.
(c) Describe three drainage characteristics of River Asop.
(d) Using evidence from the map, state three functions of Manchok settlement.
2. (a) Define solar system
(b) Outline three characteristics each of the following planets:
3. (a) (i) Name any two types of rainfall.
(ii) State the region where each of the two types of rainfall named in 5(a)(i) above is prevalent.
(b) Write explanatory notes on the formation of the two types of rainfall named in 3(a)(i) above.
4. Use the table below to answer the question that follow:
(a) Calculate the:
(i) annual rainfall;
(ii) mean annual rainfall.
(b) Name the instruments used in measuring the following weather elements:
(c) Describe four effects of climate on agriculture.
5. (i) Explain the process of wind erosion.
(ii) With the aid of a diagram, describe the feature of a barchan dune.
6. (i) Describe any three causes of air pollution.
(ii) Outline three major effects of air pollution.
(iii) Suggest two ways of controlling air pollution.
7. The Table below shows the quantity of yams in kilogrammes produced by four
yam producing states in country X between 2003 and 2006.
(a) Draw a comparative/group bar graphs to represent the statistics.
(b) State two advantages of using comparative/group bar graphs in showing statistics.
(c) Name one other method that can be used in showing the statistics.