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N-Power Teach Past Questions And Answers

These are some of the n-power teach past questions and answers for previous years ago. As you await for the online test keep practicing these questions.

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N-power teach past questions and answers

1. Have you moved into your new house yet? Not yet. The rooms _______

A. is being painted

B. None of the options

C. are painted

D. are being painted (Answer)

2. The closest government to the people is_____

A. Federal Government

B. United Nation

C. Local Government (Answer)

D. Ward Government

E. State Government

3. Brazil is a country in

A. South American(Answer)

B. Asia

C. Africa

D. Europe

E. Australia

4. A reflex angle is_______

A. Greater than 90 degrees and less than 180 degrees( Answer)

B. Less than 90 degrees

C. Less than 45 degrees

D. 160 degrees

5. What is the symbol of pi?

A. €

B. %

C. π(Answer)

D. ¶

6. What should your first action be when treating an electrical burn?

A. Check for level of response

B. Ensure that the casualty is still breathing

C. Wash the burn with cold water

D. Check for danger and ensure that contact with the electrical source is broken( Answer)

7. Which medical condition will develop from severe blood loss?

A. Shock(Answer)

B. Hypothermia

C. Anaphylaxis

D. Hypoglycemia

8. According to C.E Winslow, which of the following is the goal of Public Health?

A. Promotion of health and prevention of diseases

B. For people to have access to basic health services

C. People to be organized in their health efforts

D. For people to attain their birthrights and longevity(Answer)

9. What is a faint?

A. Collapse

B. Sign of flu

C. A response to fear

D. An Unexpected

E. A brief loss of consciousness(Answer)

10. Few people prefer the RURAL to the _______areas

A. Central

B. Urban(Answer)

C. Pastoral

D. Rustic

E. Modern

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