GEOGRAPHY FORM TWO REGIONAL EXAMS (MOCK, PRE-NATIONAL, etc.)

STUDENT’S ASSESSMENT NUMBER  ……………………………………………

THE UNITED REPUBLIC OF TANZANIA PRESIDENT’S OFFICE, REGIONAL ADMINISTRATION AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT

LUDEWA DISTRICT COUNCIL FORM TWO MOCK EXAMINATIONS 2022

013 GEOGRAPHY

TIME2:30hrs 6TH JUNE 2022

INSTRUCTIONS

1. This paper consists of section A, B, and C with a total of ten (10) questions

2. Answer all questions from section A , B and C

3. All writing should be in blue or black ink EXCEPT diagrams that should be drawn in pencil

4. An unauthorized materials are not allowed in the examination room

5. Write your number on every page of your paper

SECTION A (15 MARKS)

Answer all questions from this section

1. For each of three item (i-x), choose the correct answer from the given alternatives and write its letter in the box provided below

i. A form one student was studying about continents, he read that one of the continent was crossed by both tropics, tropic of cancer and tropic of Capricorn. Which continent was that?

  1. Africa
  2. North America
  3. Europe
  4. Asia

ii. Some people were transporting water melon from Luana to ludewa town. An activity undertaken by those people may be studied well in which branch of geography?

  1. Physical geography
  2. Practical geography
  3. Human geography
  4. Trans-human geography

iii. Form one students were watching video. They saw asteroids orbiting the sun, but most of them seemed to between mars and Jupiter. What is the name of the section in which those objects found?

  1. Planetoids
  2. Kuiper belt
  3. Bollides
  4. Asteroid belt

iv. One of the teacher was assigned by the head of school to counsel his students because of peer influence. What level of human activities may task in which a teacher was assigned falls?

  1. Tertiary
  2. Quinary
  3. Quaternary
  4. Guidance and counseling

v. Assume that you have been assigned to draw a map showing areas experiencing the same amount of rainfall. Which line would choose to indicate those areas?

  1. Isobars
  2. Isohyets
  3. Isotherms
  4. Isohyts

vi. A list of mountains is provided to students, a list consisted of Vosges, black forest and Sinai Mountains. These mountains belongs to which type?

  1. Horst mountain
  2. Volcanic mountain
  3. Fold mountain
  4. Residual mountain

vii. Justin was a pastoralist but he kept moving constantly with his cattle from place to place. Such system of Mr. Justin may be grouped in which system among the given alternatives?

  1. Nomadism
  2. Transhumance
  3. Shifting pastoralism
  4. Semi-sedentary farming

viii. You are provided with several examples of industries, which one among the following is an example of fabrication industry?

  1. Chemical industry
  2. Metallurgical industries
  3. Textile industries
  4. Ship building

ix. A discipline teacher drew a map and indicated grid reference of point B, whereby only northing reading provided as 786, the exact position of point B is represented by what?

  1. 7and 8
  2. 8
  3. 6
  4. 8 and 6

x. During a short holiday, Form two students visited Marimba and Majabimu in Muheza, the areas visited are popular in which project?

  1. Tourist projects
  2. Biogas project
  3. Artificial fishing project
  4. HEP station

ANSWERS

i ii iii iv v vi vii viii ix x










2. Match the items in List A with the responses in List B by writing the letter of the correct response besides the item number in the space provided.

List A List B

i. Water inlet to the land

ii. Example of the Narrow water path which separates two landmass

iii. A piece of land jutting into the sea

iv. A tract of land entering into the body of water

v. Example of narrow land stretch that joins two major land mass

  1. Cape
  2. River
  3. Gulfs
  4. Luzon and makasan
  5. Bengal and mexico
  6. Strait
  7. Peninsula
  8. Panama
  9. Leeuwin

ANSWERS

i ii iii iv v
   


SECTION B (70 MARKS)

Answer all questions from this section

3. Most of the students usually get confusion when they are trying to differentiate some terms. As a form two student how can help those students to attempt for the following?

a) Small holder farmers and subsistence farming

b) Connate water and juvenile water

c) Adit mining and panning method

d) Footloose industries and industrial inertia

e) Shooting star and meteorite

4. a ) Ludewa district commissioner wants to establish a meteorological station, do you think what are the factors he should consider for such establishment? Give five points

b) Travelling by air is comfortable and fast compared to other types of transport, but the form of transport has got its disadvantages, what are they? Give five points

5. Carefully study the climate data of station “x” and then answer the questions that follow.

Month

J

M

J

O

D

Temp C'

23

22

21

19

16

14

13

15

18

18

17

14

Rainfall mm

19

14

24

41

92

118

93

SS

51

46

24

98

a) Suggest the type of climate of station x 

Give two strong evidences to support your suggestion

b) Give four characteristics of the type of climate suggested in a) above

c) With examples, give three common activities undertaken under climate of station x

6. One of the student was reading a book, a topic named ‘map work’ in his reading he found a map of Njombe with some information such as ,BM 2678, 1: 50000,

QUESTIONS

a) A scale found by a student as one of the information fall into which type of scale according to size? Give reason 

b) Convert the scale identified into statement scale.

c) From the information found by a student, give one example of sign and one example of symbol and tell what they represent

d) With evidences, identify two methods used to show relief features of the mapped area.

e) Give three features of the scale seen from those information found by a student

7. a) In one of the discussion, one of the participant argued that ‘in Tanzania there are so many tourist honeypots’ assume that you heard that argument how you would have supported him? With examples Give five points

b) Because of those tourist honeypots, countries owing those attractions will receive more tourists and boost economy, but in which way do you think tourism may affect negatively the host country? give five points

8. a) An announcement from the ministry concerning with industries directed that, government police may play a great role in determining the location of industries, hence the minister argued that, ‘we discourage the concentration of industries in one place” what are the reasons led a minister to argue so? Four points

b) East Africa is struggling to establish several industries so as to fasten the growth of economy. Thus different types of manufacturing industries have been introduced, as an expert in manufacturing, industries identify groups of manufacturing industries in the region concern. Give six groups with vivid examples

9. Mdilidili is a village whereby villagers are walking over long distance to fetch water, how distance to water source from household affect a girl child? Briefly Explain ( five points)

SECTION C (15 MARKS)

Answer one question from this section

10. A government is struggling to ensure that, women are participating in small scale agriculture, the officers concern do not know how to empower women so as they can participate fully, which ways will you suggest to officers to accomplish a plan?

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TANZANIA HEADS OF ISLAMIC SCHOOLS COUNCIL

FORM TWO INTER ISLAMIC MOCK EXAMINATION

013 GEOGRAPHY

TIME: 2:30 HOURS Monday, 27th September 2021 a.m.

Instructions

1. This paper consists of sections A, B and C.

2. Answer all questions from sections A and B and any two (2) questions from section C.

3. Section A carries twenty five (25) marks, section B forty five (45) marks and section C carries thirty (30) marks.

4. All answers must be written in the spaces provided.

5. All writings must be in blue or black ink except for drawings which must be in pencil.

6. All communication devices, calculators and any unauthorized materials are not allowed in the Examination Room.

7. Write Your Examination Number on the top right of every page.

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SECTION A: (25 Marks)

Answer all questions in this section

1. Each of the items (i) - (x), choose the correct answer from the given alternatives and write its letter in the space provided.

(i) Branch of Geography dealing with field study, statistics, mapping and surveying is called:

  1. Physical geography
  2. Human and economic geography
  3. Practical geography
  4. Environmental geography.

(ii) When the Earth is at its aphelion in early July, the distance from the sun is about:

  1. 500,000,000 km
  2. 5,500,000 km
  3. 4,800,00 km
  4. 1,500,000 km.

(iii) The amount of humidity existed in air is measured by instrument called:

  1. Barometer
  2. Hygrometer
  3. Hydrometer
  4. Agrometer.

(iv) In temperature regions of the world life in mountain and plateau areas is difficult due to:

  1. There is high temperature throughout the year
  2. There is thin soils, cool climate and difficult and communication
  3. There is heavy wild animals and high rainfall
  4. There is no efficient power and water supply.

(v) The map of school compound or small village is drawn to:

  1. Large scale
  2. Small scale
  3. Medium scale
  4. Secondary section of the scale.

(vi) Quarrying, hunting, fishing and lumbering is referred to:

  1. Secondary activities
  2. Tertiary activities
  3. Quaternary activities
  4. Primary activities.

(vii) In Africa most farmers leave idle the exhausted piece of land for a certain period of time in order to regain its fertility, this agricultural technique is called:

  1. Bush fallowing
  2. Shifting cultivation
  3. Sedentary farming
  4. Aquaculture.

(viii) Africa has potential river development projects which are multipurpose schemes, since they provide irrigation schemes, flood control, water supply in both industries and domestic and Hydro Electrical power generation centres. The following are prominent H.E.P centres of East Africa, except:

  1. Kihansi and Owen falls
  2. Nyumba ya Mungu and Inga dams
  3. Hale and Mtera dams
  4. Kidatu and Seven forks in Tana river

(ix) Which sequence of the following processes is necessary for the formation of rainfall?

  1. Condensation, cooling and evaporation
  2. Evaporation, cooling and condensation
  3. Evaporation, sedimentation and cooling
  4. Evaporation, condensation and cooling.

(x) What is compass bearing of WNW?

  1. 2700
  2. 3370
  3. 3150
  4. 3270

2. Match each item in LIST A with responses in LIST B by writing the letter of the correct response below the corresponding item number in the table provided:

LIST A

LIST B

(i) Are continuous stretches of comparatively flatland not rising much above sea level

(ii) Is a major landmass rising from the ocean floor

(iii) Extensive high altitude areas with more or less uniform summit levels

(iv) Is a form of natural or artificial depression or hollow varying in size on the Earth’s surface.

(v) Long narrow depression or trough in the central part formed between two parallel faults

  1. Continent
  2. Mountain
  3. Basin
  4. Crater
  5. Plains
  6. Rift valley
  7. Plateau

Answers:

LIST A

(i)

(ii)

(iii)

(iv)

(v)

LIST B






3. In each of the following items (i) – (x), write True if the statement is correct or False if the statement is not correct.

(i) All meridians and the equator form great circle. ____________________________

(ii) Ranching is a practice of rearing livestock with the aim of not producing meat, milk, wool and hides for commercial purposes. ____________________________

(iii) The moon appears to rise in the East and set in the West because the earth spins from West to East. _________________________

(iv) Sea Breeze occurs during the day because sea water creates high pressure region in contrast to the land which develops low pressure during the day time. _________

(v) Large scale livestock farming is also known as zero grazing. _________________

(vi) A map showing distribution of natural and man made features is known as topographical map. ________________

(vii) Exploitation of natural gases in Tanzania is only done by public companies. _________________

(viii) The desert conditions are characterized by scanty vegetation and rainfall.

_________________

(ix) Air transport is not affected by adverse weather conditions. _________________

(x) The flow of water over the ground is known as run-off. _________________

SECTION B: (45 Marks)

Answer all questions in this section

4.(a) “Geography” can be defined as the study of the distribution and interrelationship of phenomena in relation to the earth’s surface. Briefly explain how geography relates with:

(i) Biology

(ii) Commerce

(b) Explain the economic importance of studying geography:

5. Carefully study the climatic characteristics of station X and answer the equations that follow:

Climatic characteristics:

  • Annual range of temperature is very small about 2oC.
  • Total rainfall ranges form 1500mm to 3,000mm per year with no distinct dry season.
  • The type of rainfall is convectional rainfall accompanied by lightening and thunderstorms.
  • High humidity through the year.

QUESTIONS:

(i) Identify the type of climate in station X. ____________________________

(ii) List any three (3) crops which can be grown in station X.

(iii) In which part of Africa this climate is found?

(iv) Mention two (2) main economic activities taking place in this station:

6. Study carefully sketch map of MAFIGA provided and answer the questions that follow:

MAP OF MAFIGA:

(a) Calculate are covered by Lake Sutlej in kilometer square

(b) Measure the length of road from point A to point B. (Answer in km)

(c) Mention two (2) economic importance of the feature found eastern side of the map:

(d) Identify the feature found at grid reference 750130:

The feature is

(e) Name two (2) man made features shown on a map.

SECTION C: (30 Marks)

Answer two (2) questions in this section

7. The types of human activities are always related to the type of settlement. Elaborate four (4) importance of human activities.

8. Explain why electricity is preferable source of power than fuel wood (Give five points)

9. Suggest any four (4) ways in which the tourism sector can be used to generate more income in Tanzania.

10. Outline five (5) ways of reducing industrial pollution in the world.

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