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WAEC Geography Practical Questions 2021: Go through this page to see WAEC Geography Practical random repeated questions along different years. All you need to do is to stay focus and follow this guide as this will aid you to pass your 2021 WAEC Geography practical exam successfully. Read on…

The West African Examinations Council (WAEC) is an examination board that conducts the West African Senior School Certificate Examination, for University and Jamb entry examination in West Africa countries. In a year, over three million candidates registered for the exams coordinated by WAEC.

### WAEC Geography Practical Questions 2021

The Geography practical paper will start by 1:00 pm and will last for 1hr 50mins. A map extract and other materials needed for the exam will be provided for you along with the question paper.

In this post, we will be posting samples of the WAEC GCE Geography questions for candidates that will participate in the examination for practice purposes.

SECTION A:

(1)
a
Original length=39cm
Original scale=1:50,000

converting to a third of the original map we have
New scale=1:50,000×3
=1:150,000
New length= 39/3= 13cm

DRAWING

b)DAYAN-NKANTA settlement

From the left. =15cm/3 =5cm
From the top =19cm/3=6.3cm
From the left =27cm/3 =9cm

TECHIMANTIA

from the right =8/3=2.7cm

From the top =16.3/3 =5.4cm

BECHEM
from the right=7.5cm/3 =2.5cm

1d) The road network on the mapped area consists of class 1road which moves from road camp in the southern part and moves through the Western part and class 2&3 road connected at duayaw-Nkwanta. and nodal town and pass through susanho to North west. Another interchange to awonmo a nodal town and moves to benchem and TECHIMANTIA which is a commercial area

(2) (YEAR 2003)
COUNTRY|COCOA PRODUCE|DEGREES |
_____________________________
P               |200                          |42.35°
Q.              | 400                         |84.71°
R.              | 800                         |169.4°
S.               | 300                        |63.53°
———————————————      total=1700.
Total =360°

2b) kindly use compass for the accurate drawing of a pie chart using the above degrees

SECTION B – COMPLETED:

4a)solar system is the collection of eight planets and their moons in orbit round the sun, together with smaller bodies in the form of asteroids, meteoroids, and comets

4bi)

-Mercury is the innermost of the eight planets in our Solar System. It is the second densest major body in the solar system after Planet Earth and its density is slightly less than the density of Earth.

-It orbits the Sun once in about 88 Earth days.
-Its diameter is 4,878km at its equator, which is about two-fifths of Earth’s diameter
4bii)

-Composition

The composition of the Earth consists of the solid and liquid portion and the atmosphere or gaseous portion.
-The earth is spherical in shape
-Size

The diameter of the Earth at the equator is 12,756 km (7,926 miles), and its circumference or distance around the Earth at the equator is 40,075 km (24,901 miles).

6a)  Delta is a triangular tract of sediment deposited at the mouth of a river, typically where it diverges into several outlets.

6b)-The presence of a large catchment, or drainage, basin (the area where all run-off water drains to the river). The top 30 river deltas all have catchment basins in excess of 1,000,000 sq km.

– They all are at the mouth of large river systems that carry large quantities of clastic sediments (soils or portions of rocks that have been moved by water from where they formed).

-They are not near geologically active coastlines. In order to have a large catchment basin, a very complex tributary system is necessary. These long, complex systems take a long time to develop, so they are very rarely situated on tectonically active coasts.

6c) -The river must have large load. This will be possible if there is active erosion in the upper and middle stages.

-There should not be extensive deposition in the middle stage e.g. presence of lake in between or high evaporation rate (first).

-The river’s load must be deposited faster than it can be removed by the action of currents and tides.

7a)

-Precipitation

-Humidity

– Temperature
7b)

-Elevation or Altitude effect climate. Normally, climatic conditions become colder as altitude increases.
-Prevailing global wind patterns
-Topography

(7c)

(i) Climate changes involving temperature affects man. Warmer temperatures make conditions more conducive to growing crops, which allows farmers to produce the food necessary to feed people and livestock. Adverse weather conditions, such as heat waves, droughts, flood, and extreme cold, have a negative effect on agriculture, which reduces the available food supply.

(ii) Climate changes such as heatwaves and floods can seriously impact health. These changes can also produce unhealthy water and limit or even deplete a region’s food supply.

(iii) climate changes involving the planet’s atmosphere can negatively affect human health.

DISCLAIMER! These are not real WAEC Geography Practical questions but likely repeated questions over the years to help candidate understand the nature of their examinations. Ensure to take note of every questions provided on this page.

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