Nigeria Customs Past Questions and Answers (FREE Version)

Last Updated on February 2, 2021 by Ope Quadri

We’ve received hundreds of requests from applicants of the Nigeria Customs Service recruitment exercise asking us a compilation of NCS past questions, here you have the free version.

The free version of the NCS past questions and answers has 15 questions, it is to give you the direction and what you’re most likely to see when you’re invited for an aptitude test.

See the past questions below.

1. Under which ministry was the Nigeria Customs before its present status?

A. Federal Ministry of Finance 

B. Federal Ministry of Internal Affairs

C. Federal Ministry of External Affairs

D. Federal Ministry of Commerce

2. The overall Accounting Officer of Nigeria Customs Service is?

A. DCG A.U Sanusi

B. DCG A Chidi

C. DCG P.K Iferi

DThe Controller-General

3) The first-ever Nigerian female Controller-General of Nigeria Customs is___

A. Mrs P.K Iferi

B. Mrs Maryam Abdullahi

C. Dr (Mrs) Iyabo Adigun

D. None of the above

4) With the current structure of the Nigeria Customs Service, the head of its board is___

A. Controller-General

B. Vice President of Nigeria

C. Honourable Minister of Finance

D. Honourable Minister of National Planning

5) The headquarters of the Nigeria Customs Service is headed by the___

A. The Controller-General

B. A Deputy Controller-General

C. An Assistant Controller-General

D. Chairman, NCS Board

English Language: Select the answer choice that identifies the verb in the sentence.

6) Thomas Edison tried many filaments for his incandescent lamp.

A. Many

B. For his

C. Filaments

D. Tried

7) The child’s balloon was slowly rising into the sky.

A. Rising

B. Slowly

C. Into

D. Balloon

8) Several changes in classroom procedures were affected by the new principal.

A. Changes

B. In

C. By

D. Affected

9) The letter from the teacher implied that the child was not turning in his work.

A. From

B. Not

C. His

D. Turning

Current Affairs

10) The present six-geopolitical zones in Nigeria was created during the regime of___

A. Gen. Ibrahim Babangida

B. Chief Olusegun Obasanjo

C. Late Umar Musa Yar’Adua

D. Late Gen. Sani Abacha

11) The pioneer Chairman of Nigeria Diaspora Commission is___

A. Mrs. Yesufu Halimoh

B. Mrs Abike Dabiri

C. Prof. Ambeke Ishola

D. Dr. Chidi Nwaleri

Quantitative reasoning

12) A rugby pitch is 70 m wide and 144 m in length. What is the approximate area of the rugby pitch in hectares?

A. 1.003 hectares

B. 1.008 hectares

C. 1.004 hectares

D. 2.47 hectares

Computer

13) IC chips used in computers are usually made of:

A. Lead

B. Silicon

C. Chromium

D. Gold

14) One Gigabyte is approximately equal is:

A. 1000,000 bytes

B. 1000,000,000 bytes

C. 1000,000,000,000 bytes

D. None of these

15) Which of the following is an example of non-volatile memory?

A. Cache memory

B. RAM

C. ROM

D. None of the above

Answers:

  1. A
  2. D
  3. D
  4. C
  5. C
  6. D
  7. A. TIPS:  Tips: “Rising” is the progressive/continuous participle of the verb “to rise.” “Slowly” (B) is an adverb modifying “rising.” “Into” (C) is a preposition. “Balloon” (D) is a noun.
  8. A
  9. D
  10. D
  11. B
  12. B
  13. B
  14. B
  15. C

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