It is very imminent for every students who has passed UI JAMB cut of mark, to prepare better for the POST-UTME screening exercise despite the covid-19 break.


Most students make a very terrible mistake of relying on their success in any of their exam and forget the fact that passing one exam is another hurdle to climb another harder challenge. For every student who might have written and passed the previous JAMB exam, the next challenge that should be in your mind is that of POST-UTME screening exercise. Glorying in previous success is very good but this shouldn’t be a yardstick to not preparing harder for your next task.

It is necessary for every candidates that made the UI cut-off mark in JAMB (i.e 200 and above) to prepare well before the Post UTME screening exercise. Some students are always looking for a short cut. They pray about having a perfect dream about the coming test so that they already know it but that is not a reality, the truth is if you wants to succeed you have to prepare well for the post UTME screening exercise.

As a matter of fact, judicious use of past questions is one of the best ways of preparing for exams. The best students swear by them. So by using these past questions to revise and prepare for the upcoming University of Ibadan (UI) post-Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (post-UTME), you will be able to find out what you already know and what you don’t know.

What is more, past questions are one of the most helpful tools available to prepare for examinations as they provides students with practical insight into how the forthcoming exam paper is likely to look and the key themes or subject areas most likely to be covered.


The major reasons why you need to get yourself familiar with UI POST-UTME past question papers are highlighted below;

By clicking on the respective links below you will download the PDF Of UI past questions with their answers directly to your device.

  • UI uses only their post UTME with JAMB to determine your aggregate score which means that maximum score is expected for any hope of admission
  • Past Questions often comes out from UI screening exams.
  • UI screening exams serves as a very good medium of revision.
  • It makes you to know the right areas of concentration
  • Studying the POST-UTME Past questions saves your precious time to reading the right thing
  • It guides your reading strategy.


  1. …………………….. is an example of plant propagated by leaf. (A) Zoophyte (B) Allelopathy (C) D
    Bryophyte (D) Angiosperm
  2. A tree species introduced from another country is called——– (A) International species; B
    (B) Exotic species; (C) Exogenous species (D) Crossbreed species
  3. Agriculture can be broadly classified into……….. and………. (A) Livestock, Soil (B) Animal, Soil C
    (C) Animal, Crop (D) Poultry, Fruit
  4. An insect vector is important because (A) it helps to habour and transmit pathogens which A
    cause diseases (B) it helps pathogens to develop only at the egg stage (C) it helps to carry
    pathogens to the environment for control (D) it is efficient in killing pathogens
  5. Birds are important pests of (A) tree crops (B) legumes (C) Cereals (D) vegetables crops C
  6. Broad spectrum pesticides are dangerous because (A) they kill all pests and other non- A
    target organisms indiscriminately; (B) they allow non-target organisms to survive; (C) they
    allow target organisms to survive; (D) they kill target organisms only.
  7. Contact insecticides are used to control (A) pod borers of legumes (B) stem borers of C
    cereal (C) leaf beetles of legumes (D) eel worm of legumes
  8. Entomology is the (A) study of Insects (B) study of viruses (C) study of Nematodes (D) A
    study of Bacteria
  9. Nematology is the (A) study of Insects (B) study of Viruses (C) study of Nematodes (D) C
    study of Bacteria
  10. Olericulture involves the cultivation of ……………… (A) Tropical fruits (B) Ornamental plants C
    (c) Vegetables (d) Orchards


  1. 200 cm3
    of air was passed over heated copper in a syringe several times to produce copper (II)
    oxide. When cooled, the final volume of air recorded was 158 cm3
    . Estimate the percentage of
    oxygen in the air. (A) 31% (B) 27% (C) 21% (D) 19%
  2. 30cm3
    of oxygen at 10 atmosphere pressures is placed in a 20dm3
    container. Calculate the new
    pressure if temperature is kept constant. (A) 6.7 atm (B) 15.0 atm (C) 60.0 (D) 66.0
  3. Bond dissociation energy of 500 KJ mol-1 may be assigned to (A) ionic bonding (B) covalent
    bonding (C) hydrogen bonding D) metallic bonding (E) van-der-waals bonding.
  4. A mixture of iron and sulphur can be separated by dissolving the mixture in __ (A) steam (B)
    dilute hydrochloric acid (C) dilute sodium hydroxide (D) benzene
  5. A mixture of sand, ammonium chloride and sodium chloride is best separated by __ (A)
    sublimation followed by addition of water and filtration (B) sublimation followed by addition of
    water and evaporation (C) addition of water followed by filtration and sublimation (D) addition
    of water followed by crystallization and sublimation
  6. A pure solid usually melts __ (A) over a wide range of temperature (B) over a narrow range of
    temperature (C) at a lower temperature than the impure one (D) at the same temperature as
    the impure one
  7. A small quantity of solid ammonium chloride was heated gently in a test tube; the solid
    gradually disappeared to produce a mixture of two gases. Later a white cloudy deposit was
    observed on the cooler part of the test tube. The ammonium chloride is said to have
    undergone __ (A) distillation (B) sublimation (C) precipitation (D) evaporation
  8. CH4 has this geometry: (A) trigonal (B) planar (C) tetrahedral (D) octahedral (E) linear. C
  9. Chlorine, consisting of two isotopes of mass numbers 35 and 37, has an atomic mass of 35.5.
    The relative abundance of the isotope of mass number 37 is _ ( A)20 (B) 25 (C) 50 (D) 75
  10. Elements P, Q, R, S, have 6, 11, 15 and 17 electrons respectively, therefore (A) P will form an
    electrovalent bond with R (B) Q will form a covalent bond with S (C)R will form an electrovalent
    bond with S (D) Q will form an electrovalent bond with S


  1. “Behold, the people of Israel are too many, come let us deal shrewdly with them, lest they
    multiply…” In the statement, the first step by the new king of Egypt was to (A) cast all
    Hebrew male children into the Nile (B) impose heavy tax on them (C) kill all Hebrew male
    children (D) set taskmasters over them to afflict them with burdens
  2. “I will go out as at other times, and shake myself free.”‘ When Samson made the statement
    above, he was not aware that (A) the Philistines were upon him (B) he was bound with bronze
    fetters (C) the LORD had left him (D). his eyes had been gouged out.
  3. “Let the waters under the heavens be gathered together into one place, and let the dry land
    appear. In the statement above the dry land and the water refer to (A) earth and oceans (B)
    firmament and seas (C) firmament and oceans (D) earth and seas
  4. “Seek out for me a woman who is a medium that I may go to her and inquire of her.” Saul
    made the statement above when he was confronted by the(A) Philistines (B) Ammonites (C)
    Amalekites (D) Moabites
  5. “Why did you bring trouble on us? The LORD brings trouble on you today” What happened to
    Achan after the statement above by Joshua? (A) He was buried alive (B) He was put in chain
    (C) He was stoned to death (D) He was flogged publicly.
  6. An unwise decision of Solomon was the issue of the (A) building of the palace (B) building of
    the temple (C) felling of timber (D) forced labour.
  7. David was anointed king over Judah at (A) Zuph. (B) Bethlehem (C) Hebron (D) Gibeon. C
  8. For worshipping the molten calf, God described the Israelites as (A) a stubborn nation (B) an
    unholy nation (C) a stiff-necked people (D) an unrighteous people
  9. God blessed the seventh day and made it holy because (A) He rested on that day from all His
    work (B) Adam gave names to all living creatures on that day (C) it was a Sabbath day (D)
    human beings were recreated on that day.
  10. God called Abraham when he was how many years old? (A) 75 years old (B) 90 years old (C)
    100 years old (D) 120 years old. A


  1. …………….is the term that describes the cost of one product in terms of forgone
    production/acquisition of others. (A) Marginal cost (B) Production/acquisition cost (C)
    Optimum cost (D) Opportunity cost (E) Implicit cost
  2. An activity does not have a cost when (A) the activity does not require the giving up of
    any other activity or thing (B) the government pays for it (C) it is carried out by a non￾governmental organisation (D) it is not priced (E) it is easy to undertake.
  3. Choices arise on account of …… (A) numerous wants (B) enough money to undertake
    effective demand (C) scale of preference (D) human wants being numerous but the
    time, money and influence to satisfy them are limited. (E) needs
  4. Economics is best defined as (A) the study of allocation of resources to satisfy human
    wants (B) the study of human behaviour in the process of buying and selling (C) study
    of how nations grow and improve their welfare (D) the study of how to allocate scarce
    resources to satisfy human wants (E) all of the above.
  5. Economics may be described as (A) the study of demand and supply of things in our
    environment (B) the study of production and distribution (C) the study of human
    behaviour in the allocation of scarce resources (D) the study of the employment of
    labour, capital, land and capital (E) the study of money and banking.
  6. From an economics point of view, an activity does not have cost when (A) someone else
    pays for it (B) the returns are greater than costs (C) the choice involves given up
    nothing (D) government pays for it (E) it is paid for from gift
  7. Opportunity cost is a term which describes (A) initial cost of setting up a business
    venture (B) a study of the ways man devices to satisfy his unlimited wants from limited
    resources (C) cost of one product in terms of forgone production of others (D) the
    mandatory equivalent of the utility of a commodity (E) cost related to an optimum level
    of production
  8. Scarcity in economics means (A) a period of scarce things (B) when things are costly to
    acquire (C) monopolisation of available resources by a few (D) nationalisation of
    natural resources such as petroleum in Venezuela (E) none of the above.
  9. Which of these is the real cost of satisfying any want in the sense of the alternative that
    has to be forgone (A) variable cost (B) opportunity cost (C) total cost (D) prime cost
    (E) marginal cost
  10. Economic analyses and conclusions can be divided into (A) consumption and production
    (B) positive and normative (C) microeconomics and macroeconomics (D) demand and
    supply (E) none of the above. B


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Read the passages below and answer the questions that follow:

Every discernible observer could foresee the crisis which engulfed the Edo House
last week. Only a few days before, reports were rife about the AC reaching out to
some PDP legislators to cross-carpet. The intention being to gain a majority and
then assume the Speakership with the least constraint. Zakawanu Garuba, the then
Speaker, retorted with a fiat, threatening to declare vacant the seat of any defector.
This in spite of the constitutional support for such action, as evidenced, for
example, by the crisis that has torn the PDP apart in Edo State. The party has two
factional chairmen in the state, even though one is more vociferous.
The desperate attempt by Garuba to cling to the Speaker’s chair is condemnable. He
was not being recalled from the legislature; and so, he still has his seat as a floor
member. As speaker, he was only first among equals. The Speakership is not his
birthright. With the defection of one PDP lawmaker to the AC, the legislature
reconvened hours after the bloodbath and elected a protem Speaker, while
impeaching and suspending Garuba and a few others. They are to be probed
(Adapted from The Guardian, Thursday, March 4, 2011, p.14)

  1. Why did AC woo PDP members?
    A. they are few in number
    B. they want speakership without stress
    C. PDP members are faithful
    D. The House is tough
  2. The legislators impeached
    A. Garuba
    B. PDP lawmakers
    C. Garuba and some PDP lawmakers
    D. Garuba and some lawmwkers
  3. According to the passage, the constitution supports
    A. The speaker
    B. Defecting
    C. Edo State
    D. Factional chairmen
  4. The lawmakers reconvened
    A. After the defection of a PDP member
    B. After the bloodbath
    C. After suspending the Speaker
    D. After electing a protem Speaker
  1. At the end, what happened to Garuba
    A. He was vindicated
    B. He was indicted
    C. He was honoured
    D. He was humiliated
  2. To cross-carpet, as used in the passage, means to
    A. change party
    B. renew membership of a party
    C. change one’s carpet
    D. buy new carpet
  3. The crisis in the Edo State House of Assembly could be predicted by
    A. The lawmakers
    B. Edo State indigenes
    C. The protem Speaker
    D. All conscious observe


  1. A financial analyst needs accounts information to (a) maintain the production section of the C
    business (b) know why transactions cause increases and decreases in asset (c) advice on how
    to manage the business (d) know how to record transactions in T account.
  2. Creditors use accounting information for the purpose of (A) planning sales to a company (B) D
    controlling a company’s affairs (C) investing in a company (D) assessing a company’s liquidity.
  3. In preparing accounting records, the owners of a business and the business are treated as (A) C
    the same person (B) having business relationship (C) separate legal entities (D) partners.
  4. One of the major features of bookkeeping is that it (a) provides permanent records for all A
    financial transactions (b) is futuristic in nature (c) accepts responsibility for all wrong posting
    (d) does not give room for double entry procedure
  5. The accounting principle which states that for every debit entry, there is a corresponding D
    credit entry is recognized as …..concept. (A) realization (B) entity (C) going concern (D)
  6. The art of collecting, recording, presenting and interpreting accounting data is …. (A) cost C
    accounting (B) management accounting (C) financial accounting (D) data processing
  7. The assumption that a business has perpetual existence is recognized by …. (A) entity C
    concept (B) periodicity concept (C) going concern concept (D) realization concept
  8. The most important reason for studying accounting is that (A) the information provided by A
    accounting is useful in making decisions (B) accounting plays an important role in a society (C)
    the study of accounting leads to a challenging career (D) accounting provides gross profit
  9. Which of the following accounting conventions suggests that accountants should use a method A
    of valuation that understates rather than overstates results? (a) Conservatism (b) Historical
    (c) Monetary (d) Cost
  10. Which of the following concepts is expected to hold when a proprietor makes a drawing of A
    goods or cash from the business? (A) Business entity (B) Realization (C) Going concern (D)


  1. A map drawn to a scale of 1:180 000 is reduced three times. What is the scale of the new map? D
    (A) 1:60 000 (B) 1:90 000 (C) 1: 360 000 (D) 1:540 000
  2. A map with a scale of 1:60,000 was reduced by ½, the scale of the new map will be? B
    (A)1:90,000(B)1:120,000 (C) 1:30,000 (D) 1:60,000 (E) 1: 40,000
  3. Closed (circular) contours with increasing height inwards indicate a (A) Valley(B)Conical hill (C) B
    Spur (D) Waterfall
  4. If the distance between two points on a map with a scale 1:50 000 is 35mm, what is the C
    distance between them on the ground? (A). 1.50km (B). 1.55km (C) 1.75km (D). 1.85km
  5. Lines joining places of equal sunshine hours on a map are called (A) isobars (B) isotherms (C) C
    isohels (D) isohyets
  6. The topographical map is a __ (A) map showing physical and socio-cultural features of a rather A
    small area. b Maps generally published in the books and atlases(C)Large sized wall map of
    large territories showing political and economic detail (D) Large scale map using a variety of
    colours and shades to show economic activities
  7. The main purpose of any ground survey is to (A) measure and record lines and angles of places D
    (B) derive accurate baseline data for urban planning (C) have a detailed knowledge of the
    geology of a place (D) make an accurate map of a part of the earth’s surface.
  8. The main use of Abney level in survey is to determine the (A)Angle of inclination (B)Relative location (C) Area coverage (D) Spot heigh
  1. Two points on a river are 10.4 km apart and one stands 400 meters above the other. What is C
    the gradient along the river between the points ?(A) 1 in 20 b 1 in 24 (C) 1 in 32 (D) 1 in 36
  2. Which of the following scales should show the greatest amount of detail on a map? (A) 1: D
    2500 000 (B)1: 63 360(C)1:32 (D)1:2


  1. A key characteristic of the civil service is (A) Merit system. (B) Patriotism. (C) Quota system.
    (D) Transparency.
  2. A major cause of inefficiency in public corporations is (A) inadequate patronage by members
    of the public (B) absence of an enabling Act or law (C) political interference (D)
    competition from private firms
  3. A major distinction between public corporations and private companies is that (A) Public
    corporations provide important services (B) Public corporations are large organizations (C)
    Public corporations are financed and controlled by government (D) Public corporations are
    not involved in production of tangible goods
  4. A primary agency of political socialization is: (A) the government B the family C the mass
    media D the School
  5. A process that seeks to transfer ownership and control of public corporations to private
    individuals or organizations is called (A) Indigenization (B) Commercialization (C)
    Privatization (D) Acquisition
  6. Adult male suffrage means that (A) All men who pay tax can vote. (B) All adult males can
    vote. (C) All men can vote. (D) All adults can vote. B
  7. All of the following are obligations of citizens, except (A) Obedience to laws. (B) Voting. (C)
    Giving alms to beggars. (D) Payment of taxes.
  8. An electoral district is (A) A local government area. (B) A ward. (C) A polling booth. (D) A
  9. Fascism was practiced in Italy under: (A) Benito Masollini (B) Benito Mubarak (C) Benito
    Mussolini (D) Benito Mandela
  10. Governmental powers are _ in the US presidential system (A) absolutely separated
    (B)fused (C) absolutely fused (D) separate D



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