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Nigeria Air (Nigeria Airways) Aptitude Questions & Answers

Nigeria Air (Nigeria Airways) Aptitude Questions & Answers

Nigeria Air (Nigeria Airways) Aptitude Questions & Answers: If you apply for Nigeria Air job recruitment and you are invited for the Computer Based Test if invited, here are a handful of past questions and answers that can help you to be victorious in the Computer Based Test


These past questions are from the defunct Nigeria Airways and the Nigeria Civil Aviation Authority
The Nigeria Air (Nigeria Airways) Past Questions and Answers if practiced and perfected may grant applicants success in their

CBT exams and subsequent shortlisting
These questions are from:
Spatial Reasoning
Abstract Reasoning
Situational Judgment
Logical Reasoning
Quantitative Reasoning
Personality Test
Verbal Reasoning
Numerical Reasoning
Cognitive Ability
Data Interpretation

  1. In what year was the FCT moved from Calabar to Lokoja?
    A. 1926
    B. 1906
    C. 1914
    D. 1960
  2. The first Nigerian traditional ruler to be dethroned by colonist is
    A. King Jaja of Opobo
    B. Oba Esegie of Benin
    C. Obi of Onistha
    D. Sultan of Sokoto
  3. THRUST : SPEAR
    A. mangle : iron
    B. scabbard : sword
    C. bow : arrow
    D. fence : epee
  4. The first airplane in Nigeria landed in
    A. Calabar
    B. Lagos
    C. Kano
    D. Abuja
  5. The use of Naira and kobo as Nigerian currency took effect from which year?
    A. 1963
    B. 1980
    C. 1973
    D. 1960
  6. A is twice as good a workman as B and together they finish a piece of work in 18 days. In how many days will A alone finish the work?
    A. 27
    B. 26
    C. 25
    D. 24
  7. The current secretary general of the United Nations Organization is
    A. Mr. Banki-Moon
    B. Kofi Anan
    C. Emeka Anyaoku
    D. Hillary Clinton
  8. When was the first year NECO examination took place…
    A. 1998
    B. 1980
    C. 2000
    D. 1975
  9. ____is the first Pan African communication satellite launched on the 21st of December, 2007.
    A. Africasat 1
    B. NigComSat 1
    C. Rascom-OAF1
    D.SUNSAT
  10. What is the full meaning of UNESCO?
    A. United Nigeria Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization
    B. United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization
    C. United Nations Educational, Scientific and Commonwealth Organization
    D. United Nations Empowerment, Scientific and Cultural Organization
    Numerical Reasoning

11 From his house, Lokesh went 15 km to the North. Then he turned west and covered 10 km. Then he turned south and covered 5 km. Finally turning to the east, he covered 10 km. In which direction is he from his house?
A.East
B.West
C.North
DSouth
Correct answer is C
12.Sachin walks 20 km towards North. He turns left and walks 40 km. He again turns left and walks 20 km. Finally he moves 20 km after turning to the left. How far is he from his starting position?
A.20 km
B.30 km
C.50 km
D.60 km
13.Sundar runs 20 m towards East and turns to the right and runs 10 m. Then he turns to the right and runs 9 m. Again he turns to right and runs 5 m. After this, he turns to the left and runs 12 m and finally he turns to the right and runs 6 m. Now to which direction is Sundar facing?
A.East
B.West
C. North
D.South
14.Radha moves towards South-East a distance of 7 km, then she moves towards West and travels a distance of 14 km. From here, she moves towards North-West a distance of 7 km and finally she moves a distance of 4 km towards east. How far is she now from the starting point?

A.3 km
B.4 km
C.10 km
D.11 km
15.Village Q is to the North of the village P. Village R is in the East of Village Q. Village S is to the left of the village P. In which direction is village S with respect to village R?
A.West
B.South-West
C.South
D.North-West

16.Rohit walked 25 m towards south. Then he turned to his left and walked 20 m. He then turned to his left and walked 25 m. He again turned to his right and walked 15 m. At what distance is he from the starting point and in which direction?
A.35 m East
B.35 m North
C.30 m West
D.45 m East
17.Amit started walking, positioning his back towards the sun. After some time, he turned left, then turned right and towards the left again. In which direction is he going now?
A.North or South

B.East or West

C.North or West

D.South or West
18.Shyam walks 5 km towards East and then turns left and walks 6 km. Again he turns right and walks 9 km. Finally he turns to his right and walks 6 km. How far is he from the starting point?
A26 km
B.21 km
C.14 km
D.9 km

19.Umesh directly went from P to Q which is 9 feet distant. Then he turns to the right and walked 4 feet. After this he turned to the right and walked a distance which is equal from P to Q. Finally he turned to the right and walked 3 feet. How far is he now from P?
A.6 feet
B.5 feet
C.1 foot
D.0 foot
10.Four friends A, B, C and D live in a same locality. The house of B is in the east of A’s house but in the north of C’s house. The house of C is in the west of D’s house. D’s house is in which direction of A’s house?
A.South-East
B.North-East
C.East

D. Data is inadequate

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Verbal Reasoning
These questions assess your ability to spell words correctly, use accurate grammar, understand analogies, read and comprehend written information etc.
1.In the question given below, a part of the sentence is in bold and italicised. Below are given alternatives to the bold and italicised part which may improve the sentence. Choose the correct alternative. In case no improvement is needed, choose option ‘D’ as the answer.
Due to these reasons, we are all in favour of universal compulsory education.
A.Out of these reasons
B.For these reasons
C.By these reasons
D.No improvement

In the question given below, a part of the sentence is in bold and italicised. Below are given alternatives to the bold and italicised part which may improve the sentence. Choose the correct alternative. In case no improvement is needed, choose option ‘D’ as the answer.
He died in the year 1960 at 11pm on 14 July.
A.on 14 July in the year 1960 at 11pm
B.in the year 1960 on 14 July at 11pm
C.at 11pm on 14 July in the year 1960
D.No improvement
3.In the question given below, a part of the sentence is in bold and italicised. Below are given alternatives to the bold and italicised part which may improve the sentence. Choose the correct alternative. In case no improvement is needed, choose option ‘D’ as the answer.

I shall not go until I am invited.

A. till I am invited
B.unless I am invited
C.if not I am invited
D.No improvement
4.In the question given below, a part of the sentence is in bold and italicised. Below are given alternatives to the bold and italicised part which may improve the sentence. Choose the correct alternative. In case no improvement is needed, choose option ‘D’ as the answer.
This telephone number is not existing.
A.has not existed
B.does not exist
C.has not been existing
D.No improvement
5.In the question given below, a part of the sentence is in bold and italicised. Below are given alternatives to the bold and italicised part which may improve the sentence. Choose the correct alternative. In case no improvement is needed, choose option ‘D’ as the answer.
I have lived in Delhi since I was four.
A.am living
B.lived
C.had lived
D.No improvement
In the question given below, a part of the sentence is in bold and italicised. Below are alternatives to the bold and italicised part that may improve the sentence. Choose the correct alternative. In case no improvement is needed, choose option ‘D’ as the answer.

Whatever to our other problems, we have no shortcoming to cheap labour in India.
A.default
B.deficit
C.scarcity
D.No improvement

7.In the question given below, a part of the sentence is in bold and italicised. Below are alternatives to the bold and italicised part that may improve the sentence. Choose the correct alternative. In case no improvement is needed, choose option ‘D’ as the answer.
All, but her, had made an attempt.
A.All, but she,
B.All, but herself,
C.All, herself
D.No improvement
8.In the question given below, a part of the sentence is in bold and italicised. Below are given alternatives to the bold and italicised part which may improve the sentence. Choose the correct alternative. In case no improvement is needed, choose option ‘D’ as the answer.
My friend was in hospital for a week after an accident.
A.through
B.following
C.for
D.No improvement
9.In the question given below, a part of the sentence is in bold and italicised. Below are given alternatives to the bold and italicised part which may improve the sentence. Choose the correct alternative. In case no improvement is needed, choose option ‘D’ as the answer.

We did not see this movie yet.
A. have seen
B.have not seen
C.have seen
D.No improvement
10.In the question given below, a part of the sentence is in bold and italicised. Below are given alternatives to the bold and italicised part which may improve the sentence.
Choose the correct alternative. In case no improvement is needed, choose option ‘D’ as the answer.
We had nothing to eat since 8’o clock, this morning.
A. have had nothing
B.has had nothing
C.did have nothing
D.No improvement
Data Interpretation Questions and Answers
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