OAU English Language Post-UTME Past and Practice Questions

OAU English post utme past questions

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OAU English Post-UTME Past Questions And Answers

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OAU English Test

This OAU English POST-UTME Practice Test comprises of 15 questions. The OAU English Test was set up for you to check your preparation level, strength and flaws which need more focus. Good luck!

1 / 15

A child that shows mature characteristics at an early stage I called

2 / 15

The editor was not happy that the Nigeria press was hemmed.....

3 / 15

More______to your elbow as you campaign for press freedom

4 / 15

From options A to D choose the opposite in meaning to the word underline in the sentence:

Ngozi flogged the girl RELUCTANTLY

5 / 15

The driver was short of petrol,so he______dowj hills with the engine switched off

6 / 15

At the frontier, he hid the watches in his pocket in order to.......customs duty

7 / 15

Mouse-traps
are not always very effective, as some mice
prove to be remarkably_________

8 / 15

Ifa player breaks the rules during a match, one point will be________to his

9 / 15

The hurricane raged for several days, leaving a trail of_________across the land.

10 / 15

We didn't have a lot of money, so I had to live quite___________

11 / 15

When I got to her house, she was still........bed

12 / 15

When I got to her house, she was still........bed

13 / 15

During the demonstration, the anti-riot policemen were
instructed to break........the students' defence line

14 / 15

I was....hearing distance of the speaker

15 / 15

The electricity cable had to be......enough to be laid along
the bend in the road

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ABOUT THE OAU POST UTME PRACTICE EXAM/TEST

The OAU English POST-UTME Practice Test was designed by Team ExamBurners to tackle poor performance in Obafemi Awolowo University (OAU). We have done our research and we were able to identify the problem and challenges of OAU Aspirants. This OAU POST UTME Practice Test was selected from several past years and suggested future OAU Post UTME CBT Test.

REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD START PREPARING FOR; OAU ENGLISH POST UTME EXAM

Proper preparation prevents poor performance. Failure to prepare is indirectly a preparation to fail. Medic wealth has explained why you should start preparing now for OAU Use of English Language Post UTME Exams.

BENEFITS OF TAKING THIS OAU English POST UTME PRACTICE EXAM

  1. You will be able to identify your strength and flaws.
  2. You will gain more confidence from partaking in this OAU English Post Utme practice test.
  3. There’s a saying… Reading without practicing questions is like pouring water in a leaking bucket! Hence Practicing past questions and predicted questions (Suggested) is a technical approach to smart studying. Start working smarter.

 

MOTIVATIONAL QUOTES TO STUDY HARD AND SMARTER

  • “Success doesn’t come to you, you go to it.” – Marva Collins 

  • “Failure is the opportunity to begin again more intelligently.” – Henry Ford

  • “Success isn’t overnight. It’s when every day you get a little better than the day before. It all adds up.” – Dwayne Johnson

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SOME TERMS USED IN THE OAU ENGLISH POST UTME PAST QUESTIONS

If you read these terms and their meanings before the OAU English Post utme test; I am 99% sure you will do better than when you didn’t revise this terms.

  1. niggardly: ungenerous with money, time, etc
  2. frugal: sparing or economical as regards money or food. “Amaka is a bit too frugal to splash out on designer clothes”
  3. glide: move with a smooth, quiet continuous motion.
  4. incur: become subject to (something unwelcome or unpleasant) as a result of one’s own behaviour or actions.
  5. despoliation: the action of despoiling or the condition of being despoiled; plunder.
  6. hem: turn under and sew the edge of (a piece of cloth).
  7. preconceived (of an idea or opinion) formed before having the evidence for its truth or usefulness.
  8. elusive: difficult to find, catch, or achieve. “success will become ever more elusive”
  9. evade: escape or avoid (someone or something), especially by guile or trickery.
  10. laboriously: in a way that takes considerable time and effort. “the boys were laboriously copying down sentences from the blackboard”
  11. inconspicuous: not clearly visible or attracting attention.
  12. Ingenuous: showing innocent or childlike simplicity and candidness

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