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JAMB Repeated Questions on Biology for 2024 Candidates

This post is for science candidates who are preparing to write Biology in JAMB. I’m going to take a look at the Past Questions to discover JAMB repeated questions on Biology. The aim is to get you acquainted with JAMB most repeated questions in biology. This will build your confidence and engender a high score in your UTME exam.

JAMB repeated questions on biology

I have done a post on this website addressing the question, “Does JAMB Repeat Past Questions?” On that post, I authoritatively informed my readers that JAMB indeed repeats their past questions.

But when we think about Biology, we know that the subject is very vast and actually has a wide scope. We know that the subject is ever evolving and JAMB can set hundreds of new questions every year if they so wish.

However, JAMB repeats certain questions in Biology exams for reasons best known to them.

So I’m going to devote this post to showing you JAMB Repeated Questions on Biology. Of course, when you have insight into the questions JAMB repeats most, you will prepare better for them.

JAMB Repeated Questions on Biology

1. A scientific explanation that is tentative and requires more investigation is termed
A. Theory                B. Fact
C. Control               D. Hypothesis

2. Why do animals require “food” for survival?
A. Food is a source of energy
B. Necessary chemicals are provided by food
C. Food is a primary source of water for all animals
D. A and B

3. Which kingdom has eukaryotic members?
A. Kingdom Protista
B. Kingdom Fungi
C. Kingdom Plantae
D. All have some eukaryotic members

4. Which kingdom possesses unicellular animal-like members as well as unicellular plant-like members?
A. Kingdom Fungi                B. Kingdom Animalia
C. Kingdom Protista             D. Kingdom Plantae

5. Which of the following represents the lowest level of organization in the group?
A. Biosphere          B. Community
C. Population         D. Species

6. What is metabolism?
A. The consumption of energy
B. The release of energy
C. The sum of all chemical reactions taking place in an organism
D. The production of heat by chemical reactions

7. The basic difference between a prokaryotic cell and a eukaryotic cell is that the prokaryotic cell
A. Possesses membrane bound organelles
B. Lacks DNA
C. Lacks a nuclear envelope
D. Is usually considerably larger

8. Which of the following is true of ALL organisms?
A. They are made of many cells linked together
B. They are highly organized
C. They reproduce sexually
D. They obtain nutrients

9. Chambered heart occurs in
A. Leech          B. Earthworm
C. Snail            D. Cockroach

10. The corner of the cells of collenchyma tissue in plant are thickened due to deposition of
A. Lignin and suberin               B. Suberin and cutin
C. Cellulose and pectin            D. Chitin and lignin

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11. The human heart is
A. Neurogenic heart       B. Myogenic heart
C. Pulsating heart           D. Ampullary heart

12. Which of the following is a mixed gland
A. Pituitary            B. Adrenal
C. Pancreas           D. Ovary

13. The total number of pairs of Peripheral nerves in man are
A. 41            B. 42
C. 43            D. 44

15. Most abundant tissue in the body
A. Connective             B. Nervous
C. Muscular                D. Epithelial

16. Plants growing in sunlight are called
A. sciophytes            B. xerophytes
C. heliophytes          D. hydrophytes

17. In diseases like Polio, the cells that get destroyed by virus, are
A. Monocytes                 B. Erythrocytes
C. Motor neurons           D. Sensory neurons

18. Grasses recover quickly from bush fires in the savanna because of their
A. perennating organs              B. rapid growth rate
C. fibrous roots                         D. succulent stems

19. Climax communities in a biotic succession are usually characterized by
A. a constant change in the appearance of the communities
B. different species that are constantly changing
C. a stable composition of plant and animal species
D. rapid changes in the plant and animal species

20. The soil type that contain nutrients which are not readily available for plants is
A. alluvial            B. clayey
C. sandy              D. loamy

You can also pay attention to the following JAMB most repeated questions in Biology.

Here are the JAMB Most Repeated Questions in Biology

1. Which of the following is a homeostatic response in humans?
A. Withdrawing the hand from a hot object
B. The mouth getting watery when food is sighted
C. Yawning owing to tiredness
D. Shivering in a cold environment

2. The similarity among organisms belonging to the same group will be least within each
A. order                 B. family
C. species              D. kingdom

3. In Nigeria, the guinea savanna belt borders the
A. mangrove swamps and the sahel savanna
B. rainforests and the sudan savanna
C. desert and the sudan savanna
D. rainforests and the deserts

4. The population density of Tridex in an abandoned square farm land of side 200 m was found to be 5 plants per m. The population size of the plant on the farm is
A. 40                   B. 1000
C. 40000             D. 200000

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5. Secondary succession is much faster than primary succession because
A. pioneer colonizers are more in number
B. soil is already present
C. secondary seres require less nutrients
D. species competition is increased

6. Which of the following is used to test for the presence of lime in a soil sample?
A. H2SO(aq)             B. NaOH(aq)
C. HCl(aq)                D. HNO3(aq)

7. The importance of practising crop rotation in agriculture is to
A. maintain soil fertility
B. improve the nutritional value of crops
C. control soil erosion
D. ensure the growth of crops

8. The recycling method of solid waste disposal is unsuitable for
A. organic matter          B. glass
C. plastic                       D. metal scraps

9. A non – renewable alternative source of energy is
A. wind generator            B. solar panels
C. nuclear energy             D. hydroelectric power

10. Which of the following is the best explanation for a child who is phenotypically short and born of two tall parents
A. The father possesses a gene for shortness
B. The mother possesses a gene for shortness
C. Nature makes the child short
D. Both parents possess gene for shortness

11. A yellow maize is crossed with a white maize and the first filial generation produce yellow maize only. The white trait is said to exhibit
A. dominance                   B. recessiveness
C. codominance               D. incomplete dominance

12. Angiosperms and gymnosperms belong to the plants group known as
A. schizophyta              B. bryophyta
C. pteridophyta            D. spermatophyta

13. Which of the following are non-green plants?
A. Euglena                   B. Fungi
C. Spirogyra                D. Angiosperms

14. Sting cells are normally found in
A. Flatworms                B. Hydra
C. Snails                       D. Paramecium

15. Which of the following are differentiated into true roots, stems and leaves
A. Algae                        B. Schizophyta
C. Pteridophyta            D. Bryophyta

16. To facilitate gaseous exchange, breathing roots have
A. stomata                 B. mitochondria
C. cuticle                    D. lenticels

17. The annulus of fern sporangium helps in
A. spore dispersal
B. conduction of mineral salt
C. trapping of light energy
D. water retention

18. One of the features which adapts Paramecium to its environment is the possession of
A. a regular shape           B. two nuclei
C. cilia                              D. a pellicle

19. In the earthworm, the cocoon is secreted by the
A. chaeta                   B. prostomium
C. peristomium         D. citellum

20. The function of maxillipeds in crayfish is to aid
A. walking                    B. swimming
C. feeding                    D. respiration


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