TRCN PQE Practice Tests 1 Set 1 – (PQE 001, 002, 003, 004, 005, 006)

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1. PQE 004 – Education Psychology

Gestalt theorists are concerned with the following except


a. Cognitive processes
b. How students retain information
c. 110w students attend to new information and transfer them
d. How students behave when learning
2.

Sociology deals with the following except


a. The totality of man’s interaction in society
b. Systematic and scientific study of social behaviours and human groups
c. The influence of social conditions or human relationship
d. A totality of man and animal interaction in society
3. PQE 005 – Guidance and Counselling

Guidance could be given by the following only


a. trained guidance counselors
b. the teacher
c. the parents
d. any respected body
4. PQE 001 – History of Education

Which of the following is not true of traditional education?


a. The western education has supplanted traditional education.
b. The main goal of traditional education was national development
c. Objectives of traditional education were economic, political and social
d. The western education has not blotted out traditional education
5. PQE 002 – Philosophy of Education

Nigerian educational aims and objectives can be found in


a. The constitution
b. SUBEB mandates
c. NUC mandates
d. National policy on education
6. PQE 003 – Sociology of Education

The quote “man was born free, but always in chains” is credited to


a. Aristottle
b. Karl Max
c. Abraham Maslow
d. Max Weber
7. PQE 006 – The Teaching Profession

The total membership of TRCN Board consists of the following


a. 16
b. 23
c. 30
d. 10
8. PQE 004 – Education Psychology

Which of the following statements is not true?


a. Teaching must result in learning
b. some things are learnt without the teacher
c. Training has short term goal, while education has long term goal
d. Some training can be educative, while some educational programmes can
involve trainings
9. PQE 002 – Philosophy of Education

The call for restructuring of Nigerian federation is an exercise which portends


a. Democratic Nigeria
b. United Nigeria
a Free and egalitarian society
d. Inequality and Dissatisfaction
10.

Human beings are defined as social products because


a. They live as a family
b. They live in villages
c. They go to schools
d. The take care of themselves
11. PQE 006 – The Teaching Profession

According to TRCN act, the duties and mandates of TRCN include the following except


a. Determining who is a teacher
b. Determining what standard of knowledge a teacher should posses
c. Regulating and controlling the teaching profession
d. Agitating for increased teachers salary
12.

Which of the following factors does not stimulate social change?


(a) discovery and invention
(b) population change and diffusion
(c) inactivity
(d) physical environment
13. PQE 005 – Guidance and Counselling

Some important ethics of counseling profession exclude the following


a. Confidentiality
b. Provision safety
c. Access to referral
d. Honesty
14. PQE 005 – Guidance and Counselling

Guidance and counseling helps individuals to do the following except


a. Cope with various situations they find themselves
b. To live well and understand themselves
c. Helps Individuals develop his maximum potentials
d. Helps abnormal people adjust to life
15. PQE 002 – Philosophy of Education

Idealist Philosophical school of thought states that “educare” means to


a. Squeeze out innate ideas
b. To fill in ideas
c. To form innate ideas
d. To incline to educate
16. PQE 006 – The Teaching Profession

The Chief Executive/reporting officer of TRCN is called


a. The Executive secretary
b. The Registrar
c. The Director general
d. Teacher General
17. PQE 001 – History of Education

The British Education in Nigeria suffered the following problems except


a. Lack of standard qualification for teachers
b. Lack of central education law
c. Support of local chiefs
d. Lack of personnel
18. PQE 002 – Philosophy of Education

The organization responsible for publishing the national policy on education is


a. Teachers Registration Council
b. National University Commission
c. Universal Basic Education
d. Nigerian Education Research Development Council
19. PQE 002 – Philosophy of Education

The Philosophical basis of Nigerian educational aims and objectives includes the following except


a. Nationalism
b. Value system
c. Intellectual formation
d. Divisiveness
20. PQE 004 – Education Psychology

Which of the following is not a behaviorist theorist?


a. Ivav Pavlov
b. R.LThorndike
c. B.F. skinner
d. A.K. Watson
21. PQE 003 – Sociology of Education

The process learners imbibe the norms, customs arid traditions of their society is called


a. socialization
b. transmission
c acculturation
d. assimilation
22. PQE 001 – History of Education

Which of the following is not a feature of early education in Nigeria?


a. Education was a priority of the colonial administration
b. The missionaries alone were interested in education
c. Financial problem was a challenge
d. Different types of education existed
23. PQE 006 – The Teaching Profession

Institutional representation in TRCN Board excludes the following


a. NUC
b. NCCE
c. NTI
d. UBEC
24. PQE 005 – Guidance and Counselling

Which of the following practitioner’s effort is targeted at the individual?


a. Guidance
b. counselor
c. guidance/counselor
d. teacher
25. PQE 004 – Education Psychology

For learning to occur, there must be exchange of meaning between the following


a. The teacher and the learner
b. The school and learner
c. All the learner
d. The school and the teacher
26. PQE 004 – Education Psychology

Which of these human sensory organs cannot be used to coiled information?


a. Smell
b. Sight
c. Touch
d. Hair
27. PQE 005 – Guidance and Counselling

According to the NPE objectives of the guidance and counselor exclude the following


a. to assist students make satisfactory career decisions and adjust to life
b. to assist the gifted and handicapped learners to maximize their potentials
c. to change unacceptable behavior among adolescents
d. to restore student’s self-esteem
28. PQE 001 – History of Education

Traditional education is the education pattern which emphasizes the following except …..


a. Teaching and learning processes of the natives
b. Vocational training
c. A curriculum and methodology which reflects beliefs and customs of their society.
d. Educational system that is unscientific
29. PQE 001 – History of Education

The British rule in Nigeria began in the year


a. 1900
b. 1861
c. 1914
d. 1814
30. PQE 006 – The Teaching Profession

Which provisions of the constitution established TRCN?


a. CapT3 of 1993
b. CapT3 of 1960
c. CapT3 of 200l
d. CapT3 of 1977

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