1. This paper has four printed pages, forty five(45) questions with sections A and B
  2. Answer all the questions in all sections
  3. Fill all the required information in the OMR form and the page with question number 41 – 45 on the back page of the OMR form
  4. Write your Examination Number and then shade the digits of the number in the respective place on your answer sheer
  5. Shade the letter of the correct answer for each question in the answer sheet provided (OMR) for questions number 1 – 40. For example, if the correct answer is A shade as follows:






  1. If you have to change your answer, you must-rub out the shading very neatly before shading the new one. Use a clean rubber.
  2. Use HB pencil only for questions 1 – 40, and a blue or black ink ball pointed pen for questions number 41 – 45.


For questions 1 – 40, choose the correct answer and shade its corresponding letter in the special answer sheet (OMR) provided.

  1. If you get a chance of teaching about protecting national parks, valleys and mounts from destruction, which of the following things will you put more emphasis?
  1. Preserving natural vegetation
  2. Avoiding poverty
  3. Stop climbing mountains
  4. Create more water sources
  5. Use alternative sources of energy
  1. Identify the responsibility of a child at home, among the following;
  1. Doing simple home chores
  2. Having a chance to play
  3. Eating on time and in time
  4. Attending clinic when sick
  5. Getting school fees and going to school
  1. Humanity has to do with being humane towards fellow human beings and this is being responsible. You are given acts of humanity as follows, which one is not?

  1. Donating blood
  2. Forgiveness
  3. Adopting a street child
  4. Comforting a neighbor
  5. Dressing nicely

  1. Good governance in a school promotes peace. What promotes good governance in schools among the following?
  1. Participation
  2. Suggestion box
  3. Reporting fraud
  4. Breaking for holidays
  5. Electing leaders among staff members
  1. Some evils in the society affect children directly. For example, children are kidnapped, raped and stolen. As a good child, what can you do to avoid such evils, among the following?
  1. Lock yourself in the bedroom
  2. Eat before sunset
  3. Don’t watch fierce movies
  4. Be careful when you get out without permission
  5. Obey home regulations.
  1. Some people believe that without petty corruption, some services cannot be acquired. What is the best means of fighting this perception among people?
  1. Scrapping petty services
  2. Spreading awareness on the effect of corruption
  3. Installing CCTV cameras
  4. Introducing flogging to culprits
  5. Showing love and mercy to everyone
  1. Which resource helps the pupil most to fulfil his/her responsibilities concerning most of the domestic chores?

  1. Money
  2. Water
  3. Land
  4. Human resource
  5. Vegetation

  1. Annet explained the importance of the Cybercrimes Act, 2015 to her fellow grade 7 pupils in a discussion. Which point could she have considered among the following?
  1. Peace and security in the country
  2. How to use the internet in education
  3. Searching for the best antivirus software
  4. Entrepreneurship in the community
  5. Kinds of communication networks
  1. Samson picked up the teachers watch in the compound. He looked for the teacher and gave it to him. Which behavior did Samson display?

  1. Patriotism
  2. Endurance
  3. Self-control
  4. Integrity
  5. Show-off

  1. How do prefects help teacher on duty to fulfil their responsibilities?
  1. Preparing and serving lunch
  2. Allocating fellow pupils areas to clean
  3. Cleaning the compound before classes
  4. Writing duty report of the day
  5. Recommending on changes in a week
  1. How is theft related to fraud in the environment?
  1. They are both acts of worship
  2. Both destroy the environment
  3. Both threaten good relationship
  4. Both lead to success in life
  5. Both lead to developing new laws
  1. Early marriage is a bad custom and needs to be eradicated. Why has this bad custom persisted in the society despite tireless campaigns against it?
  1. Emotions and age
  2. Many girl-children in the society
  3. Ignorance and illiteracy
  4. Many cultures on the land
  5. Ignorance and poverty
  1. How can corruption influence the rise of infectious diseases in any community?
  1. Employing many health workers
  2. Producing wrong results of medical examinations
  3. Constructing hospitals in remote areas
  4. It creates new diseases
  5. It causes new epidemics in the country
  1. Acts like too much silence and crying are normally suspicious in nature and cause double in the society. What is the best way of avoiding such acts?
  1. Cooperating with guardians and teachers
  2. Avoiding school if you’re in that situation
  3. Cry all what you can before arriving at school
  4. Sleep early to reduce stress
  5. Report anything to police immediately.
  1. Dada Zubeda is constitutionally obliged to fulfill some responsibilities. Identify, among the following a duty that does not concern Dada Zubeda as a citizens?

  1. Arresting criminals
  2. Working hard
  3. Condemning violence
  4. Commanding respect
  5. Protecting unity

  1. Your friend was sexually abused by someone in the community. She was counselled to avoid stress but she needs justice. Among the following things, what does she need the most?

  1. Dignity
  2. New family
  3. Healthcare
  4. Legal aid
  5. Counselling

  1. Maintaining peace in a country is a campaign that can be done in different ways. Which means provides the best platform to motivate the society for peace in the country, among the following?

  1. School assembly
  2. National library
  3. National festivals
  4. Harvest carnivals
  5. Burial ceremonies

  1. Good governance is about using political powers in the interest of the citizens. Which principle of good governance guarantees human rights the most?

  1. Rule of law
  2. Free and fair elections
  3. Transparency
  4. Accountability
  5. Reconciliation

  1. Leadership in our society is achieved through elections and appointments. Which leader among the following is not appointed, but elected?
  1. Village Executive Officer
  2. District education officer
  3. District council chairperson
  4. Chief justice
  5. Ward Executive officer
  1. Which body is responsible for protecting both the national culture and national resources?

  1. TPDF
  2. Parliament
  3. Executive
  4. PCCB
  5. Police force

  1. Tanzania’s National symbols are used on particular occasions and for specific purposes. Which symbol identifies Tanzania as an independent country and measures the value of goods and services?

  1. Giraffe
  2. Presidential flag
  3. Currency
  4. Flag
  5. Constitution

  1. We dig mineral resources under the ground and they contribute to the development of the country. Which symbol on the national emblem represents these minerals

  1. Hoe
  2. Axe
  3. Spear
  4. Red portion
  5. Yellow portion

  1. How can a child participate in raising a family income among the following, without breaking the child law?
  1. Looking after the crops nursery bed
  2. Leaving with parents to work
  3. Saving money for future use
  4. Selling mangoes along streets
  5. Selling sweets at school
  1. Our teacher advised us to form study groups, join sport teams and games and work together in cleaning the school environment. What is the purpose of all these, among the following
  1. Strengthening good relationship
  2. Making the school popular
  3. Ways of constructing a school
  4. Maintaining peace in school
  5. Increasing the school income
  1. Everyone is obliged to take part in the campaign against environmental destruction. Which of the following can be done by everyone to conserve the environment?
  1. Arresting people who destroy
  2. Enacting laws
  3. Donating land to plant trees
  4. Doing environmental education
  5. Generating money to help in conservation
  1. What is the best way of empowering citizens to protect themselves from fire hazards?
  1. Giving loans to buy rescue tools
  2. Forcing them to buy firefighting tools
  3. Employing fire and rescue workers in schools
  4. Buying enough fire engines
  5. Ensuring fire and rescue education in the society
  1. Juma’s home was robbed and all property taken. They got help for the basic needs but family members are still stressed. Why do these family members need counselling immediately?
  1. To forge self-direction
  2. To get their property back
  3. To track the robbers
  4. To manage future negligence
  5. To fundraise for home redevelopment
  1. One of the challenges facing the community in conserving the environment is poverty. In which of the following ways does poverty contribute towards environmental degradation in the community?
  1. Disregard of environment education
  2. Being coward and weak
  3. Electing bad leaders due to corruption
  4. Failure to go to school to learn about environment
  5. Engaging in activities that harm the environment
  1. Among the following countries, which one isn’t a member of the African Union?

  1. Tanzania
  2. Zambia
  3. China
  4. South Africa
  5. Sudan

  1. Which set among the following has some countries that do not boarder Tanzania?
  1. Kenya, Uganda, Zambia, Mozambique
  2. South Sudan, Somali, Rwanda, Burundi
  3. Rwanda, Mozambique, Uganda, Burundi
  4. DRC, Mozambique, Burundi, Uganda
  5. Malawi, Zambia, Rwanda, DRC
  1. The Nyamwezi make the second-largest ethnic group in Tanzania and mostly practice farming. Which region among the following makes part of their ancestral home?

  1. Tabora
  2. Kagera
  3. Coast
  4. Dodoma
  5. Ruvuma

  1. Jacky is a Tanzania student living in Mbezi-Dar. After her standard7. She intends to travel to Egypt for father studies. Which office will provide her with the necessary visa before travelling?
  1. Embassy of Tanzania in Egypt
  2. Embassy of Egypt in Tanzania
  3. Ministry of internal affairs
  4. OR-RALG
  1. If Tanzania accuses Kenya of practicing illegal trade on its land, what could be the best solution to settle a dispute like this and maintain the friendship of two countries?
  1. Adopting the constitution of Kenya
  2. Following Kenya’s polices
  3. Stop exports into Kenya
  4. Use technology
  5. Organize a dialogue
  1. “Promoting domestic production, introducing proper investment laws that favour local investors, Protecting the environment, culture and worker’s rights-are all strategies” Which challenges are encountered through setting up such strategies?
  1. Effects of overgrazing
  2. Effects of globalization
  3. Effects of land misuse
  4. Effect of little capital
  5. Effect of bad customs and traditions
  1. Tough situations in life are a test to human beings. Which is the best way of enduring tough situations that you can advise your friend to practice?

  1. Being brave
  2. Foregoing some goals
  3. Quick decision-making
  4. Hard-work
  5. Patience

  1. Crying so hard after you’ve lost a relative is not good and you may even faint. Politely, advise you friend who is exactly in such a situation;
  1. Please save tears for another day
  2. Kindly cool down, you aren’t the first person
  3. Please think straight, life has to go on
  4. My friend, sleep early to reduce stress
  5. Don’t cry for spilled milk
  1. It is very important to be confident in order to solve your problems. What does this confidence develop in a person among the following?

  1. Body fitness
  2. Healthy-living
  3. Avoiding diseases
  4. Positive attitude
  5. Kindness

  1. Increasing creativity and using your time properly are key factors to success. What can help you to act upon these principles all the time?
  1. Setting goals
  2. Setting your own rules and regulations
  3. Avoiding many friends
  4. Avoiding peer groups
  5. Starting a business
  1. Being curious in life leads to learning new things. What ensure curiosity among the following?

  1. Criticism
  2. Questioning
  3. Information
  4. Irrelevant arguments
  5. New mistakes

  1. Temptations leading to evil-doing is common especially among the youth and the adolescents. What is the main cause of this?
  1. Tribe
  2. Lack of religion
  3. Uncontrolled emotions
  4. Poor family inheritance law
  5. Lack of formal education


Write your answer in the blank space provided at the back of your OMR form

  1. Due to the importance of forests, we have to make sure they are protected. Outline any four importance of forests to human beings.
  2. With examples, explain briefly how public resources differ from home resources.
  3. (a)A permanent secretary is the chief executive officer in his/her ministry. Who appoints him/her?

(b)Which arm of government approves orders and ensures that rights are served to all?

  1. Any school needs fund to plan and develop. Briefly explain two activities through which a school management may raise development funds.
  2. The 2015 Tanzania foreign policy identifies the direction of international relations. What are the advantages of international relations? (Mention two)








Time1:30 Hours

Pupil’s Name............................................................


  1. This paper consists of section A and B with total of forty five questions
  2. Answer all questions in each section
  3. For questions 1-40 put your choice in the box provided
  4. For question 41-45 write your answer by filling the spaces provided
  5. All communication devices and any unauthorized materials are not allowed in the examination room



Choose the correct answer and fill its letter besides the question number in the boxes provided

  1. How many pillars of government are there? A. Three b. two c. four d. seven e. one
  2. General election of the president, members of parliament and councilors ai Tanzania are held after every.......................years. a. five b. three c. four d. seven e. ten
  3. Culture is........................a. activities which you like b. lifestyle c.  life of people d. foreign language.
  4. The inheritance of window lead to ..................a. sexual intercourse diseases like HIV B. Increase number of family c. family conflict d. be rich e. cancer
  5. Natural resources that attract tourists and contribute to country’s economic growth is...................a. land b. rivers b. livestock d. minerals e. national conservation
  6. The power  given to a person to oversee a particular work or activity is called...................a. good governance b. democracy c. leadership d. economy e. supervisor
  7. .............is a group of people from ages 0-17 years. A. children b. refugees c. customs d. loyers e. adolescents
  8. ................are instructions that tell pupils what is allowed and what is forbidden; a. school rules and regulation b. low c. request d. aim e. teachers
  9. Home cleaning activities should be done by; a. all family members b. mother c. house girl d. father  e. brother
  10. .........identify good friends a. live in the same area b. attending the same school c. good manners and love d. sleeping together e. eating together
  11. Defence and security is the duty of the........................a. president b. pupils c. all citizen d. ambassador e. police
  12. The united republic of Tanzania government was formulated in a. 24/06/2021 b. 24/04/2019 c. 24/04/1964 d. 12/12/1962 e. 26/04/1964
  13. A piece of cloth that represents a country is called; a. national flag b. national currency c. national song d. national anthem e. national economy
  14. WHO means.................a. Tanzania women associations b. Tanzania lawyers associations c. Tanzania gender network programme d. world health organization e. children’s defence fund
  15. Who is the current parliament speaker of United republic of Tanzania? A. job ndungai b. anna makinda c. Ackson Tulia d. john Temba e. pius msekwa
  16. One quality of a good leader is; a. honest and intergrity b. a good thief c. be idol d. lier e. betrayer
  17. Tanzania has about..................different tribes a. 200 b. 102 c. 250 d. 120 e. 45
  18. The prime minister of the united republic of Tanzania is appointed by; a. president b. national assembly c. chief justice d. speaker e. councilor
  19. Independence day celebrations are usually held each year on; a. 1st may b. 26th april c. 9th September d. 9th December e. 14th October
  20. The union between TANGANYIKA and ZANZIBAR took place on; a. 7th april 1995 b. 14th October 1964. C. 12th January 1964 d. 7th July 1964 e. 14th October 1924
  21. Nane nane day is celebrated each year on; a. 9th December b. 8th august c. 7th april d. 26th april e. 7th January
  22. Mwalimu Julius Nyerere died on ................a. 14th October 1999 b. 14th october 2000 c. 7th april 1972 d. 26th april e. 7th January
  23. All of the following are dangerous practices except; a. drug abuse b. endangering safety c. health check-up d.bullying e. smoking
  24. The following are mass media, except; a. televisions, b. radio, c. magazines d. books e. newspapers
  25. Risk behavior is one which; a. endangers one life b. make one feel good c. make one have fun d. things that are prohibited by teachers and parents e. wellbeing of society
  26. The first president of Tanzania was; a. mwl Julius Nyerere b. Rashid Kawawa c. Abeid Karume d. John Okello e. Jakaya Kikwete
  27. An ambassador is an officer who: a. represents his/her country to another country b. publics a particular product c. is appointed by the president d. who abuse others e. uses drugs
  28. The leading country in tourist attraction in the world is; a. Tanzania b. Uganda c. Kenya d. Brazil e. France
  29. In which region is mt. Kilimanjaro found? A. Moshi b. Arusha c. Marangu d. Kilimanjaro e. Tanga
  30. A symbol is..................a. a sign that represents something b. national currency c. national flag d. national constitution e. federation.
  31. The head of state is; a. prime minister b. vice president c. regional commissioners d. the president e. parliament
  32. During national celebrations, people...................a. do not go to school b. they go to work c. they do not go to work d. they pray e. they drink alcohol
  33. The district commissioner is appointed by; a. prime minister b. president c. vice president d. parliament e. judge
  34. A talent is.....................a. playing football b. natural ability to do something c. ability to drug d. ability to cooperate e.  an ability to act
  35. The following are family basic needs except; a. food b. clothes c. shelter  d. drug abuse
  36. School is part of; a. community where it is b. the family of the pupils c. pupils of the school d.  leisure e. playing
  37. An environment is...............................a. lessons in class b. everything that surrounds us c. dust bins at the school and home d. play ground e. air around us
  38. A trustworthy person is one who is; a. reliable b. honest c. responsible d. hypocrite e. ambassador
  39. One of the following is a way that leads to spread of HIV/Aids; a. polygamy b. monogamy c. prostitution d. bride price e. customs
  40. The black colour in the national flag of Tanzania represents............a. vegetations of the country b. mineral of the country c. the land of the country d. people of the country e. value of the country.


  1. ...........................IS THE STATE OF BEING A MEMBER of a certain country.
  2. ........................a person who always tells the truth and does not cheat
  3. Total ways of  life a particular society is referred to as............................
  4. ........................is the piece cloth that represents a nation.
  5. ........................a child whose parents are dead








TIME 1:30 HRS                                                                                MARCH 2021

NAME…………………………...                                  SCHOOL………………………...


  1. This paper consists of Sections A and B with forty-five questions
  2. The paper carries a value of 50 marks
  3. Answer all questions in all sections as per instructions given
  4. Use blue or black pen for writing and a pencil for drawing.


   Answer all questions                                                                

For questions 1-40, choose the best answer from the alternatives given and write its answer on the space provided.

  1. The following are some good customs in Tanzania except
  1. Eating with the right hand
  2. Sniffing food
  3. Being polite and friendly
  4. Respecting elders

     2. A large group of people united by a common language, culture or economic life is called;

  1. Nation
  2. National value
  3. State
  4. Family

3. The state of being free is called

  1. Justice
  2. Peace
  3. Freedom
  4. Democracy

4. We are supposed to show love to which people

  1. With special needs
  2. Relatives
  3. Those who love us
  4. All people without discrimination

5. The following have special needs except

  1. Elderly
  2. Children
  3. Mentally retarded
  4. Orphans and the poor

6. Which of the following is not a biological difference between male and female?

  1. Menstruations
  2. Pregnancy
  3. Ability to give birth
  4. Breast feeding 

7. Which of the following actions does not show gender equality?

  1. Provision of education to both boys and girls
  2. Realizing the fact that a man and a woman are all human beings
  3. Kitchen roles to be left to the girls
  4. Not discriminating girls in education

8. Which of the following is a change in girls during puberty?

  1. Becoming tall
  2. Showing respect
  3. Starts to menstruate
  4. Start having relations with opposite sex

9. Young girls can avoid early pregnancy by

  1. Having faithful partners
  2. Going to  night clubs with friends
  3. Accepting gifts from boys
  4. Avoiding unnecessary loitering at night.

10. Why are we supposed to wear decent dressing?

  1. It shows we respect ourselves
  2. They help to avoid diseases
  3. So that we can be loved
  4. To attract other people

11. The changes in boys and girls from childhood to adulthood is called

  1. Puberty
  2. Adolescence
  3. Adulthood
  4. Growth

12. Which is not a good manner in our society?

  1. Wearing decent clothes
  2. Playing with opposite sex in dark places
  3. Greeting people with respect
  4. Loving all people.

13.Which of the following are symbols found on Tanzania Notes?

  1. Giraffe, elephant, court of arms, president portrait
  2. Court of arms, house, rhino
  3. Torch, giraffe, gorilla
  4. Jembe, spear, flag

14. Which is an important of the national flag?

  1. Touring different places
  2. Show the authority of the presidency
  3. To promote Uhuru torch
  4. To praise the president

15. The source of all laws in Tanzania is

  1. Tanzania currency
  2. The national constitution
  3. Political parties
  4. Courts

16. The blue color in our national flag represents

  1. Tanzanians
  2. Minerals
  3. Water bodies
  4. Soil

17. A symbol used to show the possession of government documents and other resources is called

  1. Portrait of vice president
  2. National flag
  3. National animal
  4. National emblem

18. Which of the following shows that the country is mourning?

  1. Closure of parliament
  2. All flags flying half mask
  3. National flag flying half mask
  4. Failure to raise the national flag

19. Which day do leaders get the opportunity to explain the success and challenges which needs to be worked on?

  1. During the passing of Uhuru torch
  2. Zanzibar revolution day
  3. National holidays
  4. Boxing day

20.Which of the following is a bad cultural practice?

  1. Working together
  2. Performing female genital mutilation on girls
  3. Advising men and women to participate in doing home chores so as to improve their income

21. The president is the chief of state and head of

  1. Judiciary
  2. Executive
  3. Parliament
  4. Legislature

22. The prime minister of the republic of Tanzania is appointed by the;

  1. President
  2. National assembly
  3. Chief justice
  4. Speaker
  5. Chief justice

23. The 1964 Zanzibar revolution brought ……………………..to all Zanzibaris

  1. Equality and respect
  2. Colonialism
  3. Dependence
  4. Constitution

24. The workers day is also known as …………………….day

  1. Nane nane
  2. May
  3. Farmers
  4. Madaraka

25. Mwalimu Julius Kambarage Nyerere died on;

  1. 14th September 1999
  2. 14th October 1999
  3. 7th April 1972
  4. 7th April 1995

26. Dangerous behaviours are action that are……………………..

  1. Harmful, destructive or injurious
  2. Healthy and funny
  3. Unavoidable
  4. Premature

27. How many types of leadership do we have at ward level?

  1. 3
  2. 4
  3. 5
  4. 2

28. Who is responsible for procurement at the office of the regional commissioner?

  1. Regional administrative secretary
  2. Regional procurement officer
  3. Regional medical officer
  4. Internal auditors

29. Which of the following is not an arm of government?

  1. Executive
  2. Cabinet
  3. Legislature
  4. Judiciary

30. The judiciary consists of the following except

  1. Court of appeal
  2. High court
  3. Resident magistrate court
  4. Tribunal courts

31. Who is the current prime minister of Tanzania?

  1. Mizengo pinda
  2. Edward lowasa
  3. Kassimu majaliwa
  4. Joseph warioba

32. Accepted believes about what is good, desirable and useful are called……………….

  1. National values
  2. Culture
  3. Nationhood
  4. Customs

33. The feeling of love, devotion  and sense of attachment to a homeland is………………

  1. Democracy
  2. Justice
  3. Freedom
  4. Patriotism

34. Which one is not accepted in society?

  1. Respect
  2. Appreciation
  3. Peer pressure
  4. Good behavior

35. Which of the following is a risk behavior?

  1. Participating in community activities
  2. Having good friends of the same sex
  3. Wearing revealing clothes
  4. Listening to what parents tells you

36. Who appoints the district commissioner?

  1. President
  2. Regional commissioner
  3. The vice president
  4. The prime minister

37. The person responsible for all activities implementation in the ward is

  1. Councilor
  2. Ward executive officer
  3. Procurement officer
  4. Human resource officer at ward level

38. In which day do we hold Independence Day celebrations

  1. 1st may 
  2. 26th April
  3. 9th December
  4. 9th September

39. The union between Tanganyika and Zanzibar took place on………………

  1. 14th October 1964
  2. 12th January 1964
  3. 26th April 1964
  4. 7th July 1964

40. In which month do we celebrate nane nane day?

  1. December
  2. August
  3. July
  4. April.


Answer the following Questions as per instructions given.

  1. Why is it important to respect others?
  2. What is fair elections?
  3. What are special group people
  4. Mention two groups which are special groups
  5. What is equality.






TIME: 1:30 HRS



  • THIS paper consists of 50 questions
  • Answer all questions in all sections
  • Write full name on the blank space above together with the name of the school
  • Ensure your work is neat and legible.


Choose the correct answer and write its letter in the brackets

1. A person who represents his/her country in a foreign country is called:

  1. Citizen
  2. Leader
  3. A diplomat
  4. Patriot
  5. An ambassador

2. What is the meaning of publicizing our nation?

  1. To love our nation
  2. To protect our national resources
  3. To work for our nation
  4. To remember former leaders of our country
  5. To make our nation known by people from other nations

3. Which of the following is NOT a responsibility of parents towards ensuring the welfare of the family?

  1. Providing children with basic needs 
  2. Teaching children immoral acts
  3. Paying school fees for their children 
  4. Providing security to family members
  5. Educating the children on good morals
  6. Playing

4. Who is the leader of all government activities in the parliament of Tanzania?

  1. Speaker
  2. Vice President
  3. Clerk of the parliament 
  4. President
  5. Prime Minister

5. Which of the following government organs is responsible for making the laws of our country?

  1. President
  2. Executive
  3. Court
  4. Judiciary
  5. Legislature

6. What is the meaning of social welfare?

  1. Hardship in the society
  2. Being rich
  3. Social conflicts
  4. Poverty in the society
  5. Social wellbeing

7. Which of the following is the way of helping people with visual impairment?

  1. Isolating them
  2. Giving them wheel chairs
  3. Denying them with their rights
  4. Jailing them
  5. Providing them with walking sticks

8. Which one among the following is NOT a national value of Tanzania?

A. Peace

B. Unity

C. Solidarity 

D. Selfishness 

E. humanity

9. When did Zanzibar attain false independence from the British?

  1. 12th January 1964
  2. 26th April 1964
  3. 10th December 1963
  4. 9th December 1961
  5. 9th December 1962

10. The governing system that observes rule of law and human rights is called:

  1. Good governance
  2. Local government
  3. Dictatorship
  4. Poor leadership
  5. Multiparty system

11. Who among the following is NOT a member of the cabinet of Tanzania?

  1. The president
  2. Prime Minister
  3. Speaker
  4. Vice president
  5. Attorney General

12. There are_______________types of democracy.

  1. Three

  2.  Six

  3.  Four

  4.  Five

  5.  Two

13. The act of being ready to accept a defeat during election and being ready to be challenged by leaders of other political parties is termed as:

  1. Good government
  2. Political struggle
  3. Democracy
  4. Political tolerance
  5. Political strategy

14. Which action among the following promotes good governance at school?

  1. Electing school prefects
  2. Breaking school rules
  3. Misuse of school properties
  4. Punishing pupils severely 
  5. Destroying school resources

15. An elected member of parliament represents an administrative area known as:

  1. Ward
  2. Village
  3. Constituency
  4. Division
  5. District

16. A statement that explains the goals and targets that a school is committed to achieve is called:

  1. School song
  2. School emblem
  3. School calendar
  4. School motto
  5. School vision

17. Zanzibar revolution day is commemorated on____________every year.

  1. 12th January
  2. 9th December
  3. 12th April
  4. 26th April
  5. 25th February

18. Who is the principal assistant to the President of the United Republic of Tanzania?

  1. Prime Minister
  2. Attorney General
  3. Speaker
  4. Vice President
  5. President of Zanzibar

19. The District Commissioner is directly answerable to the:

  1. District Executive Director
  2. District Council Chairperson
  3. District Administrative Secretary 
  4. Regional Administrative Secretary
  5. Regional Commissioner

20. The public holiday which is commemorated on 8th August each year is called:

  1. Workers' Day
  2. Nyerere Day
  3. Karume Day
  4. Peasants' Day
  5. Independence day

Match the item in column A with those in list B by selecting the corresponding item from column B.

Column A

Column B

  1. Independency day
  2. May day
  3. Karume day
  4. Zanzibar day.
  5. Nyerere day
  6. Nane nane
  7. Human rights watch
  8. Amnesty international
  9. Childrens defence fund
  10. Commission for human rights and good governance
  11. TAMWA
  1. 1st may
  2. 7th april
  3. 8th august
  4. 7th july
  5. 26th april
  6. 14th oct
  7. 9th December
  8. 12th January
  9. Campaign for international recognized human rights for all
  10. Eliminates all forms of discrimination against women and other marginalized groups
  11. Lift children out of poverty and protect them from abuse
  12. Challenges government and those in power to end abusive practices and respect human rights
  13. Promote an environment guaranteeing equal rights and access to all by focusing on vulnerable and marginalized groups.


  1. The president is the chief of state and head of government…………………………
  2. The arm of government that maintains law and order is the police……………..
  3. The vice president of Tanzania appoints the prime minister…………………….
  4. A good leader should be proud……………………………………………
  5. Only politicians should benefit from national resources…………………………………..


  1. A PERSON who leads or commands a group of organization is called…………
  2. Children form a special group of people………………………………………
  3. Workers day is also called………………………………………..
  4. Tanganyika got her independence in……………………………………
  5. A state of being free is called……………………………


Tanzania celebrates independence in 9th December every year. This day marks the end of british colonial rule. This independence was gained in 1961. Tanzanians normally celebrate this day by going to national stadium in Dar Es salaam to witness military parade, watch traditional dances and listen to speeches from national leaders.

  1. Who colonized Tanzania?..............................................................................
  2. During independence day celebrations, who is the guest of honor?......................
  3. Celebrations normaly takes place in……………………………………….
  4. Name two things that happens during national celebrations
  5. Who was the first prime minister of Tanganyika…………………………


Write the correct answers in the space provided

46. Being truthful to oneself and others is called…………………………………….

47. Two examples of groups of people with special needs are…………………………and …………………………

48. Who appoints the Prime Minister in the republic of Tanzania………………………………………………………

49. The love of ones country is called……………………………………………………

50. One occasion where the national flag is hoisted half mask is…………………………………………….







  1. This Examinations Consists Of 50 Questions
  2. Answer All Questions
  3. Write Your Answers In Capital Letters
  4. Make Your Work Legible

SECTION A. Choose the correct answer from the Alternatives given

1. Which of the following coins has the picture of the first president of Zanzibar?

  1. A Hundred shilling coin
  2. Two hundred shilling coin
  3. Fifty shilling coin
  4. Ten shilling coin

2. The district chairperson is chosen by

  1. District Executive Director
  2. Defense and security committee
  3. Minister in the office of the president
  4. Ward Executive Officer
  5. Ward councilors

3.The governments responsibility of ensuring leaders integrity involves

  1. Giving loans in terms of vehicle to each
  2. Establishing a single party system
  3. Establishing public service work rules
  4. Transferring corrupt employees
  5. Employing of qualified servants

4. What is the difference between customs and traditions

  1. Customs change frequently thanTraditions
  2. Traditions more change frequently than customs
  3. Customs are habits while traditions are actions
  4. Customs are habits that can change to become traditions
  5. Traditions change more frequently than practices

5. Use of public office for selfish interests is called

  1. Handouts
  2. Corruption
  3. Patriotism
  4. Selfish
  5. Entrepreneurship

6. Representative of the President in a region is:

  1. Regional Administrative Secretary
  2. Municipal Executive Director
  3. Regional Commissioner
  4. Regional Executive Director
  5. Regional Police Commander

7. The things that every person deserves regardless of tribe, Nationality and gender are called;

  1. Good governance
  2. Human Rights
  3. Rule of Law
  4. Democracy
  5. Gender equality

8.The importance of Zebra Crossing Sign is;

  1. To reduce congestion of Carson the road.
  2. To enable the disabled people to cross the road safely
  3. To enable the pedestrians to cross the road safely.
  4. To give warning of the presence of livestock near the road.
  5. To give warning about pres ence of railway near the road.

9.Speaker of the Assembly of the United Republic of Tanzania is elected by

  1. The citizens
  2. Members of the Parliament
  3. Ministers
  4. Councellors
  5. Chief justice

10.A source of a family is :

  1. Grand father and Grand Mother
  2. Father and Mother
  3. Aunt and Uncle
  4. Children and Parent
  5. Brother and Sister

11. It is important to observe one of the following while singing the national anthem:

  1. Holding the national flag
  2. stand still and attentive
  3. Look at the right side 
  4. raise up the right hand
  5. sit down calmly

12. Pedestrians are advised to walk along the road by

  1. Using the right side
  2. Using the left side
  3. Looking at the right and left side of the road
  4. Holding each others hands
  5. Looking at the traffic lights only

13. Which of the following traditions can spread HIV/AIDS?

  1. Traditional dances
  2. food taboos
  3. bearing many children
  4. widow inheritance
  5. bride price.

14. the main objective of constitutional changes of 1962 in Tanzania were?

  1. To from a government of national unity
  2. to form a federal government
  3. to form a local government
  4. to form a republic government
  5. to form a transition government

15.The total ways of life of human beings is called

  1. History
  2. Culture
  3. Customs
  4. Democracy
  5. Traditions

16.The sources of Local Government revenue are

  1. head tax and property tax
  2. subsidy, taxes and other contributions
  3. land tax and property tax
  4. levies on natural resources products
  5. levies on business licences.

17. In the administrative structure of Local Government, the District or Municipal Council is lead by

  1. The Ruling party
  2. The Executive Director
  3. The District Commissioner
  4. The Full Council
  5. The District Administrative Secretary.

18. The black colour in our National flag represents

  1. Vegetation
  2. Minerals
  3. People
  4. Land
  5. Game reserve

19. The National Emblem symbolizes

  1. unity, freedom, ability and sovereignty of the nation
  2. freedom, unity and resources of the nation
  3. ability, freedom, natural vegetation and sovereignty of the nation
  4. freedom, unity and sovereignty of the nation
  5. freedom and unity.

20. The rights to own property falls under which category of human rights?

  1. Social and Economic.
  2. Political and Economic.
  3. Constitutional and Political.
  4. Social and Political.
  5. Social and Cultural.


Write true for a correct statement and false for incorrect statement

  1. Democratic governance is only known for obeying the law
  2. In a democratic system woman have no equal rights with men
  3. Political tolerance among political parties maintains peace
  4. Principles of democracy ensures that human rights are respected
  5. Proper use of the internet can be a source of knowledge
  6. Misuse of the social media can lead to being punished by government
  7. If you face challenges, your dreams are killed
  8. You can turn challenges to be opportunities
  9. Supervision of work is slavery work
  10. Good governance is the use of law for the benefit of few individuals.


Fill the missing gaps with the correct answer

  1. Who is the principle assistant to the regional commissioner? … … … … … …
  2. The secretary to councilors meeting is … … … … … … … … … … … … … …
  3. Who appoints the regional commissioner?
  4. Pretenting to be a friend when you are a enemy is termed as … … … … … …
  5. Scientific knowledge put into practical use is termed as … … … … … … …..
  6. How many chapters doea the Tanzanian constitution have … … … …
  7. One can be a Tanzanian citizen by birth, decency and … … … … … … …..
  8. The freedom of a person to live in a any part of the country is … … … … ….
  9. The United nations was formed in?. ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ........
  10. Representation of a country to another country is called … … … …..


Match the word/phrases in list A with those in list B and write the answer in spaces provided.



  1. International co-operation
  2. International cooperations in which Tanzania is a member
  3. Maintaining international cooperation
  4. Disadvantage of globalization
  5. United Nations
  6. National Resources
  7. Land degradation
  8. Illegal fishing
  9. Misuse
  10. Mountain and valleys
  1. Moral decay
  2. All independent countries are members
  3. Promotes business
  4. Unity
  5. Relations between one country and another.
  6. UN, AN, SADEC, EAC, Commonwealth
  7. EAC, Union of technology and globalization, business union, AU and Common weath
  8. Use of mobile phone
  9. Water sources
  10. People, Forest, minerals, land, water, wild animals
  11. Misuse of natural resources
  12. Comes from minerals.


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