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Physics Post UTME Practice Test For All Institutions


Physics Post UTME Practice Test For All Institutions

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

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 Phyiscs in their JAMB – UTME subject combination
This FREE Post UTME Practice test cover sample past Post UTME questions on Physics that have been repeated from various institutions.
If you are able to score a pass mark of 60% in this sample 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 Physics
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1. The fundamental frequency of vibration of a sonometer wire may be halved by
2. A nail is pulled from a wall with a string tied to the nail. If the string is inclined at an angle of 30° to the wall and the tension in the string is 50 N, the effective force used in pulling the nail is:
3. A hydraulic press works on the principle of transmission of
4. In which of these is the expansion of solids a disadvantage?
5. Which of the following can be used to reduce local action in a Leclanche cell?
6. A 15kg boy sits 40cm from the fulcrum of a seesaw while another boy sits 2cm from the fulcrum, If the seesaw lies horizontally in this sitting anangement,1 the second boy weighs
7. Archimedes' principle is of importance in each of the following except the
8. Which of the following is common to evaporation and boiling? They
9. If the fundamental frequency of a closed pipe is 256 Hz and the velocity of sound is 340 m/s. the length of the pipe is
10. Electricity -is supplied to a school along a cable of total resistance 0.5k with the maximum current drawn from the mains as 100A, the maximum energy dissipated as heat for lhr is
11. What is the angular speed of a body vibrating at 50 cycles per second?
12. Which of the following is required to convert a milliammeter to an ammeter?
13. A man stands in front of a tall wall and produces a sound. If he receives the echo of the sound 2 seconds later calculate his distance from the wall (speed of sound in air = 330m/s)
14. Which of the following quantities is not a vector quantity?
15. The density of sea water is 1030 kg/m³. What is the pressure at a depth of 80 m below sea surface? Atmospheric pressure is 1.013 x 10⁵ Pa and acceleration due to gravity is 10 m/s².
16. An engineer intends to deviate a light ray from its path by 120° through reflection from a plane mirror. Calculate the angle of incidence
17. The mass of a stone is 15.0g when completely immersed in water and 10.0g when completely immersed in a liquid of relative density 2.0. The mass of the stone in air is
18. A body accelerates uniformly from rest at 6msˉ² for 8 seconds and then decreases uniformly to rest in the next 5seconds. The magnitude of the deceleration is:
19. Sound waves were sent out from a source and after being reflected from an obstacle were received by a sensor placed beside the source. If the waves were received 10 seconds after they were sent out, calculate the distance between the source and the obstacle. [speed of sound = 330m/s]
20. Which of the following statements is correct about the image formed by a plane mirror?


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