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BECE 2019 Religious and Moral Education RME Paper 1

Question 1: Traditional worshippers believe that the world was created by
A. an ancestor.
B. an angel.
C. a lesser god.
D. a Supreme Being.

Question 2: Plants were created by God mainly to
A. provide oxygen for man.
B. blow fresh air into our rooms.
C. provide decoration to homes.
D. serve as means of transportation.

Question 3: Muslims describe Allah as al-Raheem because, He is
A. all-knowing.
B. just.
C. merciful.
D. the restorer.

Question 4: The attribute Alpha and Omega reveals that God is
A. everywhere all the time.
B. gracious and merciful.
C. holy and immortal.
D. the beginning and the end.

Question 5: Abraham built an altar for the Lord at the Oak of Moreh because
A. God asked him to do so.
B. God had appeared to him there.
C. He wanted to worship God there.
D. It was Canaanite worship centre

Question 6: The spiritual leader who was also a successor of Prophet Mohammed (SAW) was
A. Caliph.
B. Imam.
C. Hafiz.
D. Shierk.

Question 7: Egya Ahor was honoured with the Ahoboa festival because of his
A. magical deed.
B. death for the land.
C. good leadership.
D. killing of the beast

Question 8: Taha Zie became famous because
A. of his exploits in war
B. he was a hunter.
C. he was considered as a god.
D. he saved his people from beasts.

Question 9: The day Jesus rose from the dead is celebrated by Christians as
A. Ascension day.
B. Good Friday.
C. Easter Sunday.
D. Pentecost day.

Question 10: The Bugum festival of Dagbon is also referred to as the
A. totem festival.
B. rice festival.
C. fire festival.
D. yam festival.

Question 11: The moral virtue revealed in the Islamic festival of Eid-ul-Adha is
A. honesty.
B. love.
C. obedience.
D. steadfastness.

Question 12: Puberty is a period of passage from
A. adulthood to death.
B. birth to early childhood.
C. childhood to adulthood.
D. conception to birth.

Question 13: A strong emotional change noticeable among adolescents is
A.  obedience.
B. rebellion.
C. selfishness.
D. intelligence.

Question 14: Which of the following traditional practices can dehumanize the individual?
A. Festival rituals
B. Funeral rites
C. Libation prayers
D. Widowhood rites

Question 15: Islamic practice of worship (lbada) is based on the
A. five pillars of Islam.
B. nine rackets of salat.
C. seven events of hajj.
D.  six teachings of Uthman.

Question 16: The word Amen is useful in Christian and Islamic prayers because it
A. attracts blessing to the people.
B. reveals God’s promises.
C. enforces the request.
D. ensures confidence in the prayer.

Question 17: Which group of believers usually conclude their prayers with a curse?
A. Christians
B. Muslims
C. Traditionalists
D. Buddhists

Question 18: The practice of throwing stones during hajj is to
A. protect Muslims from death.
B. achieve goals for the pilgrimage.
C. keep the devil away.
D. open the way to prosperity.

Question 19: Ablution before salat ensures
A. peace with Allah always.
B. purity in communion with Allah.
C. receipt of prayer request.
D. healthy sanitation in the community.

Question 20: A child is said to be courteous when he or she
A. converses with adults.
B. offers gifts to friends.
C. gives help to the needy.
D. is admired by the peers.

Question 21: When provoked, one needs to control tempers by showing
A. comportment
B. courtesy
C. decency
D. dignity

Question 22: A chaste life can be attained through
A. intensive book reading.
B. regular church attendance.
C. the practice of self-discipline.
D. eating vegetarian diet.

Question 23: Which of the following situations is an effect of immorality?
A. Focus in life
B. Humble life
C. Peer influence
D. Teenage pregnancy

Question 24: Jesus advised mankind in the parable of the Good Samaritan not to
A. beat up enemies.
B. discriminate against people.
C. neglect the sick.
D. violently rob people.

Question 25: Lazy people get old very fast. This means that hard work brings about
A. comfort.
B. development.
C. good health.
D. great wealth.

Question 26:  A person is said to be righteous when he or she
A. accepts different viewpoints.
B. attends religious meetings.
C. lives a morally good life.
D. tries to be loving and holy.

Question 27: The Qu’ran teaches that, anyone who does not show mercy will not
A. enter the mosque.
B. go to heaven.
C. be shown mercy.
D. live peaceful life.

Question 28: Commitment to God involves the show of
A. courage and love.
B. faith and obedience.
C. humility and hope.
D. respect and compassion.

Question 29: Good deeds are performed so that
A. gifts might be received.
B. people might be helped.
C. society will expand.
D. God’s command might be fulfilled.

Question 30: The main aim of a reward is to
A. accept our duties and responsibilities.
B. encourage people to speak good English.
C. help the poor out of their problems.
D. reinforce the habit of repeating good deeds.

Question 31: Which of the following conditions is not a fruit of repentance?
A. Love
B. Forgiveness
C. Peace
D. Prosperity

Question 32: A father shows commitment to the family by
A. treating dependents with patience and tolerance.
B. being punctual at work and helping others.
C. travelling with his wife outside the country.
D. being steadfast at prayer and sacrificing.

Question 33: The nuclear family system consists of
A. grandparents and children.
B. parents and cousins.
C. parents and children.
D. siblings and cousins.

Question 34: Which of the following statements is not true about the extended family system?
A. Parents, children and uncles are members
B. Grandparents, nephews and children are members
C. Nuclear family members and the aged uncles are members
D. All members come from the same mother

Question 35: The Akans believe that their sacred stool is the abode of the
A. lesser gods.
B. dwarfs.
C. ancestors.
D. Supreme Being.

Question 36: Which of the following objects can be found in an Islamic religious home?
A. Amulet
B. Cross
C. Rosary
D. Tasha

Question 37: To succeed in academic work, the individual needs to engage in serious
A. farming.
B. learning.
C. prayers.
D. discussions.

Question 38: A manager is said to be corrupt when he or she
A. gives money for a fair trial.
B. promises to offer jobs to the unemployed.
C. acts dishonestly for personal gains.
D. punishes an employee for personal fighting.

Question 39: Visits to tourists centres help students to
A. become more adventurous.
B. make more friends.
C. overcome stress and boredom.
D. pass their examinations

Question 40: The Tuafo and the Dentsifo Asafo Companies are associated with the
A. Aboakyir festival.
B. Akwambo festival.
C. Homowo festival.
D. Odwira festival.

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