Duration: 1:30 Hour Year: 2020


l. This paper contains sections A and B containing a total of forty-five(45) questions.

2. Answer all the questions in each section.

3. Read all the instructions in the OMR .

4. Fill in all the information in the OMR and on pages 41 to 45.

5. Place a shadow in each digit of your Test Number in the appropriate space on the OMR form.

6. Tick the letter of the correct answer to question I up to 40 in your given answer form. K?va example, if the correct answer is A put the shadow as follows: 


7. If you notice that the letter you have set a shadow is not the correct answer, delete the shadow carefully using a clean eraser before placing the shadow in the new letter.

8. Use the HB  pencil only to answer questions I to 40, and a blue or black ink pen to answer questions 41 to 45.

9. Cell phones and all unauthorized items are not required in the examination room.

SECTION A (Mark 40)


Choose the correct answer and then tick the letter of the correct answer in the special (OMR) answer form provided.

1. Who is responsible for electing the village chairperson?

  1. All citizens in the village 
  2. Members of village committees
  3. Village council 
  4. Council of councilors
  5. Heads of government departments in the village
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2. Which of the following is the role of the Municipal Council?

  1. Collect taxes in the respective Municipalities 
  2. Enact by-laws in their area 
  3. Hiring a Municipal executive director 
  4. Supervise local election activities
  5. Hiring department heads in the Municipality
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3. Which of the following are the benefits of the multi-party system in Tanzania '? Political in the country 

  1.  Increased government employment 
  2. Absence of Political differences in the country
  3. All political parties receive grants 
  4. Increased accountability in government 
  5. Increasing foreign investment
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4. In what year did the United Nations (UN) ratify Declaration on Human Rights?

  1. 1964
  2. 1945
  3. 1948
  4. 1961
  5. 1984
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5. Why is April 7 of each year commemorated in Tanzania? 

  1. It is the day of the death of the first President of Zanzibar Abeid Karume.
  2. It is the day of the death of the first President of Tanzania, Julius K. Nyerere. 
  3. It is the day of the Union of Tanganyika and Zanzibar.
  4. It's TANU's birthday.
  5. It is Zanzibar's independence day.
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6. What cultural utensils are used to cook food?

  1. Pots and shields 
  2. Pot and taboo 
  3. Shield and basket 
  4. The mill and the pot 
  5. Jerrican and mill
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7. Which of the following conducts sittings of the Parliament of the United Republic of Tanzania when Speaker and Deputy Speaker are not in Parliament?

  1. Attorney General 
  2. Speakers of Parliament
  3. Prime Minister 
  4. Parliamentary Secretary
  5. Chairpersons of Parliamentary Committees
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8. Which of the following is the economic benefit of investing in Tanzania 's human resources'?

  1. Effective in managing national resources. 
  2. Existence of formal industry only.
  3. All people earn the same income. 
  4. The disappearance of globalization. 
  5. Decreased exports.
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9. Which of the following messages is given to drivers and other road users using red in street lights'?

  1. Increase motion 
  2. Slow down 
  3. Stop
  4. There is danger ahead 
  5. There is a railway running in front
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10. In what city is the Southern African Development Community ( SADC ) Headquarters located?

  1. Pretoria. 
  2. Lusaka. 
  3. Harare. 
  4. Maputo. 
  5. Gaboroni.
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11. Which of the following animals can protect our lives and property?

  1. Horses 
  2. Donkey 
  3. Camel
  4. Pig 
  5. Dogs
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12. How can Tanzania benefit from globalization '?

  1. Be able to • set prices for its products in the international market.
  2. Finding opportunities to invest in the richest countries in the world.
  3. To be able to have a veto in the United States.
  4. Get a chance to advertise its tourist attractions.
  5. Many young people find employment opportunities in rich countries.
Choose Answer


Choose the correct answer and then tick the letter of the correct answer in the special ( OMR ) answer form provided.

13. Who discovered fire in the Middle Ages'?

  1. Primate 
  2. Homo Habillis 
  3. Homo Erectus 
  4. Australopithecus 
  5. Homo Sapiens
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14. How were the prominent political parties fighting for independence in "Zimbabwe"?

  1. KANU and UNIP 
  2. UNITA and ZANU 
  3. ZANU and MPLA
  4. ZNP and ZANU 
  5. ZAPU and ZANU
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15. Which society resisted the British invasion of war in Central Africa?

  1. Wamatumbi 
  2. Wamandika 
  3. Wakhoisa
  4. Wandehele 
  5. Waasante
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16. Which European country signed the Buganda agreement that gave Kabaka political power in 1900?

  1. Belgium 
  2. United States 
  3. Germany 
  4. France 
  5. UK
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17. In what country was the policy of assimilation first introduced?

  1. Nigeria 
  2. Mozambique 
  3. Uganda
  4. Angola 
  5. Senegal
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18. In which century did European nations invade the African continent?

  1. 15th century 
  2. 20th century 
  3. 18th century 
  4. 9th century 
  5. 19th century
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19. Who was the first human ancestor to make tools and who had a larger brain than Zinjanthropus?

  1. Homo Erectus
  2. Homo Sapiens
  3. Homo Habillis
  4. Australopithecus
  5. Primate
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20. In what period did man begin to produce more food?

  1. The Last Stone Age
  2. Early Stone Age
  3. Middle Ages of Stone 
  4. Ancient Stone Age 
  5. 30 million years before Christ
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