NABTEB Geography Questions 2022 Objective and Theory Update

Filed in Exam by on February 17, 2022

– NABTEB Geography Questions –

NABTEB Geography NABTEB Expo Questions is out now on our website. In this article, I will show you past NABTEB Geography random repeated questions for free. All you need to do is to stay focused and follow this guide.

NABTEB Geography Questions 2022 Objective and Theory Update


The National Business and Technical Examinations Board was founded in 1992 to domesticate craft level examinations previously conducted by City & Guilds, Pittman’s, and the Royal Society of Arts throughout the United Kingdom in conformity with the principles of the National Policy on Education.

Its formation was the culmination of a 15-year evolutionary process in which FOUR Government Panels were established at various periods to assess the place and structure of public examinations in our educational system.


Develop as a globally recognised assessment body for Craftsmen and Technicians.


NABTEB is a vision-led, mission-driven public institution with the following vision: To be a Globally Recognised Assessment and Certification Body Preparing Candidates for the Workplace and Academic/Professional Excellence.

The management of the National Business and Technical Examinations Board (NABTEB) is yet to release the 2021 November/December NBC/NTC and ANBC/ANTC examinations results.

Candidates who intend to take part in the 2021 NABTEB GCE can learn how to check their results online.

NABTEB is one of the examination bodies set up by the Federal Government in 1992 to reduce the burden of conducting examinations, which involves a lot of technical and trade-related practicals.

The board conducts the National Technical Examination (NTC), National Business Certificate (NBC) and their respective advance level examinations (ANBC and ANTC).

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NABTEB Geography Questions and Answers




Location of Nigeria: Nigeria is located between 4°N and 14°N of the equator and between 3°E and 15°E of the green with the meridian.

Size: Nigeria is the fourth largest country in West Africa in terms of land area after Niger, Mali and Mauritania. The total land area is approximately 923,769 square kilometres.

The greatest distance from east to west is approximately 1300km, while from North to South is about 1,100km
In terms of population. Nigeria is the most population single country in Africa, with 140 million people in 2006.

Physical setting: The relief of Nigeria is grouped into lowland and highest. The area of lowland which is below 309m above sea level includes the Sokoto plain, the Niger Benue trough, the Borno plain, etc.

Sedimentary rocks are associated with Central highest around Kano, Kaduna, Jigawa and Plateau state, the western highest around Ondo, Oyo, Kwara and Osun State.

The western highest found in the border between Nigeria and Cameron, e.g Mandela maintain.

The Eastern scarp land is found in the Eastern region of Nigeria, especially around Enugu Nsukka.

The major high land in the area is the udi-nelka plateau (300-600m)

Draw the map

Transportation is defined as the movement of people, goods and commodities from one place to another either by land, water or air.


(i) Road Transportation

(ii) Water Transportation

(iii) Air Transportation

(iv) Pipeline Transportation

(v) Rail Transportation

(i) It helps in movements of goods and services

(ii) It helps in the movements of people

(iii) It helps in the development of tourism

(iv) It helps in generating revenue

(v) It creates employment opportunities

(vi) It enhances national and international trade

More Questions on Geography

Draw The Map

• Tin is mined by a method open cast method using the following processing.

• A powerful machine called a dragline is used to pile the tin into a heap.

• Explosives are used to remove the overburdened rocks.

• A monitor is then used to direct a strong get of water towards the heap.

• The water washes the soil through a series of sluice boxes.

• The tin ore sink to the bottom of the sluice boxes why the water Carrie the dirty away.

(i) Employment: The mining of mineral provide jobs for many people.

(ii) Revenue generation: Taxes paid by mining companies are the source of revenue to the government.

(iii) Foreign exchange earning: The export of mineral-like petroleum, coal, tin etc. provide foreign exchange for the country.

(iv) Provision of essential goods: Essential goods are derived from mineral e.g. petroleum provide kerosene, petrol etc.

(v) Raw materials for industries: Raw materials like limestone are used by cement industries.

A settlement is a collection of buildings with people living in them. It is a centre for human activities and it consists of the house, communication network, road, track and railways.

Rural Settlement:

(i) Homestead

(ii) Farmstead

(iii) Hamlet

(iv) Village

Urban Settlement:

(i) Town

(ii) City

(iii) Metro poll

(iv) Conurbation

(i) Agriculture function: agriculture is the main occupation of rural dwellers, leading to the production of abundant food.

(ii) Lumbering function: Most area with the forest is engaged in limbering activities.

(iii) Small scale shopping: Like petty trading using their small shops and local markets.

(iv) Fishing function due to the presence of rivers.

(v) Religious function: Rural areas with churches or mosques are involved in religious activities.

(i) Heavy industry: These are secondary industries whose products are bulky. They employ the service of main males. Examples are metallurgical industries, petroleum industries and shop buildings industries.

(ii) Light industry: These are secondary industries that produce relatively lightweight goods such as materials television of matches, television set, fans, and book.

They employ the service of main women. They produce fine or consumable goods. Examples are books manufacturing industries

(i) Shortage of raw materials: Lack of settlement raw materials available to industries limits industrial growth.

(ii) Insufficient capital access to finance or loan is very difficult.

(iii) Poor quality of industries labour: Developing countries have large poor of the illiterate population that provides the personnel for our industries.

(iv) Low purchasing Power of the populace: Large scale of poverty in the country makes people have low purchasing power.

(v) Inadequate power supply: There are frequent disruption of power supply in industrial areas which draws back the development of industries in developing countries.

DISCLAIMER! These are not real NABTEB Geography Questions, but likely repeated questions over the years to help candidates understand the nature of their examinations. Ensure to note every question provided on this page.

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