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Chemistry Post UTME Practice Test For All Institutions

Chemistry Post UTME Practice Test For All Institutions





Chemistry Post UTME Practice Test For All Institutions

Prepare Yourself for Your Post UTME With this Free Post UTME Practice Test For Chemistry

You have effectively written your JAMB – UTME (United Tertiary Matriculation Examinations) and your outcome was discharged as well as qualifies you to write your Post UTME screening examinations for your school of choice. Congratulations on your accomplishment in your JAMB.
Not everybody that sits for the JAMB examinations turns out fruitful. Some don’t have their results discharged for one reason or the other. Some have their outcomes seized. The fact is that you should be grateful that is not the case for you.
The next hurdle to cross and scale through is your school’s Post UTME examination. Some people like to call this exam Post-JAMB. Some universities and polytechnics prefer to call the Post UTME exam, ‘Universities Matriculation Screening Test’.
This may be a one or two-day exam (as the case may be for the institution) set and conducted by your school or institution off choice (university, polytechnic or college of education), for admission of candidates.
Various universities, polytechnics and colleges of education set or conduct their Post UTME or Post-JAMB questions differently and of course your own Post UTME exam paper will depend on your JAMB subject combination. In this case, this Post UTME practice test is for post UTME candidates for all institutions with Chemistry in their JAMB – UTME subject combination
This FREE Post UTME Practice test cover sample past Post UTME questions on Chemistry that have been repeated from various institutions.
If you are able to score a pass mark of 60% in this sample chemistry practice post utme test of 20 questions in the stipulated count-down time of 20 minutes and familiarize yourself with the pattern of questions, you are sure to perform excellently in this year’s Post UTME exam for Chemistry
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1. Which of the following reactions is an oxidation process?
2. Which of the followings increases along a period and decreases down a column in the periodic table? (I) ionization energy (II) metallic character (III) atomic radius (IV) electron affinity.
3. The amount of methane molecules, CH₄ in 8.0 grams of methane is
4. When ammonia and hydrogen ion bond together to form ammonium ion, the bond formed is called
5. In the reaction M+N = P, ∆H = Qkj which of the following would increase the concentration of the product?
6. Which of the following halides has the highest entropy?
7. Which process(es) is /are involved in the turning of starch-iodide paper blue - black by chlorine gas?
8. The most reactive halogen is:
9. 200cm³ of 0.50 mole per dm³ (0.50M) solution of calcium hydrogen trioxocarbonate (IV) is heated. The maximum weight of solid precipitated is;
10. xMnO₄⁻ + yFe²⁺ + zH⁺ -->xMn²⁺ +yFe³⁺ + z/2 H₂O. In the above equation: x, y and z are respectively:
11. When an acidified solution of K was treated with drops of acidified solution of KMnO₄ solution MnO₂ was discharged. This observation shows that K is
12. Hydrogen diffuses through a porous plug
13. Precisely 14g of iron fillings and 8g of sulphur are mixed together. The mixture was divided into two and put into conical flasks labeled X and Y. Enough HCl solution was added to X directly while Y was heated strongly before appropriate amount of HCl solution was added to it. The observations which were not specific to X or Y were made. (I) yellow solid (II) Green solution (III) odourless gas (IV) Rotten egg smell Which of these observations are applicable to X?
14. The simple sugars, glucose and fructose can be distinguished by reaction with
15. The basic assumption in the kinetic theory of gas that:"forces of attraction and repulsion between gaseous molecules are negligible"implies that:
16. Which of these will dissolve in HCl? Mg, Fe, Pb and Cu
17. Two 25cm³ portions of NaOH are pipette. One is just saturated with SO₃ gas. The second 25cm³ portion is added to the saturated solution. The salt finally obtained is;
18. Consider the compounds, CH₃CH₂CH₂OH and CH₃CH₂OCH₃ What type of isomers are the compounds
19. If the cost of electricity required to deposit 1g of Aluminium is N4.00, how much would it cost to deposit 24g of copper? [A = 27, Cu = 64]
20. Which of the following is best as a starting material for the preparation of oxygen? Heating of trioxonitrate (V) of;


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