ESUT Post UTME Past Questions and Answers (Download PDF)
The time has come for Candidates that met the Enugu State University Of Science and Technology cut-off mark. At the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) exam to write ESUT Admission Screening /Aptitude Test.
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We provide an updated version of Enugu State University Of Science and Technology (ESUT) Post UTME Past Questions and Answers, which is in PDF format.
This is the official Post-UTME Past Questions and answers of the Enugu State University of Science and Technology (ESUT). For candidates intending to write Post-UTME into any Faculty in the school.
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- Faculty of Education
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- Faculty of Environmental Sciences
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ESUT Post UTME Sample Past Questions and Answers
All over the world lately, and in most of the world still today, mankind has been following the course of nature, that is to say, it has been breeding up to the maximum. To let nature take her extravagant course in the reproduction of the human race may have made sense in an age in which we were also letting her take her course in decimating mankind by the casualties of war, pestilence, and famine. Being human, we have at last revolted against that senseless waste. We have started to impose on nature’s heartless play a humane new order of our own. But when once a man has begun to interfere with nature, he cannot afford to stop halfway. We cannot, with impunity, cut down the death rate and at the same time allow the birth rate to go on taking nature’s course. We must consciously try to establish equilibrium or, sooner or later, famine will stalk abroad again.
Now answer the following questions.
- The author observes that A. war, pestilence, and famine were caused by the extravagance of nature B. it was wise at a time when mankind did not interfere with normal production C. nature is heartless and senseless D. there was a time when uncontrolled birth made sense.
- Which of these statements does not express the opinion of the author? A. many people had died in the past through want and disease B. mankind should not have the maximum number of children possible C. mankind has started to interfere with the work of nature D. Man’s present relationship with nature in matters of birth and death is a happy one.
- ‘humane’ as used in the passage means A. wise B. human C. benevolent D. sensible
- ‘We must consciously try to establish an equilibrium, in the passage implies that mankind must A. strive not to be wasteful B. realistically find an equation C. purposely find a balance D. deliberately try to fight nature
- The main idea of this passage is that A. nature is heartless B. man should control the birth-rate C. man should change nature’s course gradually D. pestilence causes more deaths than war.
In each of questions 6- 8, choose the option nearest in meaning to the word(s) or phrase in italics.
- Nobody could say precisely when the landlord became a recluse A. loner B. drunkard C. nincompoop D. cantankerous
- If I had known his delicate state of mind, I would not have broached the matter A. told them B. divulged C. brought up D. canceled
- Don’t talk like that; you know the Professor will not entertain such vituperative remarks A. irresponsible B. insulting C. angry D. illiterate
In each of questions 9-11, choose the most appropriate option opposite in meaning to the word or phrases in Italics.
- He has been advised to beware of political jobbers if he hopes to succeed A. neophytes B. masquerades C. stockbrokers D. masterminds
- What a tangled web we weave, when we try to deceive! A. complicated B. crooked C. simple D. loose
- She devoted too much time to the peripheral aspects A. superficial B. minor C. main D. real
In each 4 questions 12-16, fill each gap with the most appropriate option from the list provided.
- My daughter would become _ if I paid no attention to her behaviour A. rhascally B. rhapsodically C. rascally D. rascality
13. When the soldiers saw that resistance was_____ they stopped fighting A. inadvertent B. futile C. inappropriate D. insurmountable
- The last time the man saw his ex-wife, she _ A. was thinking of a proposal of starting a new business B. was intending to start a new business C. intended to start a new business D. was going to start a new business.
- Two days before the execution, the robber was taken to the place where he would be _With doleful eyes, he looked at the spot where his execution A. hunged/was to be taken place B. hanging/shall take place C. hung/would take place D. hanged/was to take place
- Don’t __!, said the leader, ‘I want a decision now A. prevaricate B. predicate C. precipitate D. be pejorative
For question 17, choose the letter which contains the correct phonetic symbol in the underlined sounds below.
- Women A. /l/ B. /e/ C. /ou/ D. /u/
For question 18, choose the word which contains the correct sound as given in each of the sound below.
- /v/ A. off B. fan C. of D. four
In each of questions 19 and 20, choose the option that best completes the gap(s)
- The car owner does not think about the …………. of his vehicle and other payments involved in owning it A. transportation B. depreciation C. calculation D. appreciation
- We shall offer a good job to a ………….. to register guests in the Central Hotel. A. waiter B. watchman C. cashier D. receptionist
In questions 21 and 22, fill in the right word or phrase
- There is not ……. sense in what that politician has just said. A. many B. plenty C. lot of D. much
- I’m sorry I can’t give you any of the oranges, I have … left. A. few B. little C. only a little D. a few
Fill in the gaps in the following sentences with appropriate preposition
- Lawrence did not win the contract ……….. the long run A. at, B. in, C. on, D. to
- Memuna was careful not to fall ……….. Ameen’s tricks A. into B. for C. in D. with
- The Commander had placed his troop ………….. alert A. in, B. on, C. at, D. over
1.B 2.B 3.C 4.C 5.B 6.A 7.A8.B 9.A 10.C 11.C 12.C 13.D 14.B 15.C 16.A 17.A 18.C 19.B 20.D 21.D 22.D 23.B 24.B 25.B
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