2 2018 Regular BECE RME Paper 1

1. The power of God is seen in His
A. omniscience
B. omnipotence
C. omnipresence
D. omnivorous

2. According to the Bible, God commanded the earth to produce plants on the
A. first day
B. third day
C. fifth day
D. sixth day

3. Which of the following options is not a reason for which we must care for God’s creation?
A. It makes us righteous people
B. To show respect for God’s gift of nature
C. To preserve it for future generation
D. We are stewards of God’s creation

4. Sadique in Islam means
A. courageous
B. patience
C. righteous
D. truthful

5. The holy pilgrimage to Makkah by Muslims is known as
A. Hajj
B. Ijma
C. Ru’ya
D. Salat

6. The first Muezzin was
A. Ali
B. Bilal
C. Ibrahim
D. Musah

7. Moses led the Israelites through the wilderness for
A. forty months
B. forty years
C. fifty months
D. fifty years

8. Egya Ahor is fondly remembered by the Fante for
A. commanding the Golden Stool
B. his miraculous powers
C. his resurrection from death
D. saving his people

9. The parable of Jesus that teaches forgiveness is the
A. unjust steward
B. rich fool
C. Good Samaritan
D. Prodigal Son

10. Which of the following celebrations signifies the salvation of all Christians?
A. Christmas
B. Easter
C. Palm Sunday
D. Pentecost

11. The food offered the ancestors during the Adae festival is meant to
A. drive witches away from the society
B. bring development to the state
C. secure protection for the chief
D. unite the living with the dead

12. It is our responsibility to prevent the spread of cholera by
A. eating a balance diet
B. keeping our surroundings clean
C. taking good care of our bodies
D. immunizing against the six killer diseases

13. Both Islamic and Traditional religions accept
A. polyandry
B. polygamy
C. the use of incense
D. the five daily prayers

14. The growth of hairs in the armpit is a sign of
A. motherhood
B. pregnancy
C. puberty
D. respect

15. On what occasion do Muslims perform the Janazah prayer?
A. After observing fast
B. Before a Muslim travels
C. During Friday worship
D. When a Muslim dies

16. Which traditional prayer is offered when a vow or a pledge is fulfilled?
A. Intercessory
B. Supplication
C. Thanksgiving
D. Votive

17. Which Islamic prayer is observed at sunset?
A. Isha
B. Janazeh
C. Maghrib
D. Tarawib

18. The act of going round the Ka’bah seven times during Hajj teaches
A. bravery
B. endurance
C. fairness
D. tolerance

19. The Eucharist in Christian worship refers to
A. prayer of thanksgiving
B. preaching of sermon
C. payment of tithe
D. the Holy Communion

20. An individual who is respectful and polite is said to be
A. chaste
B. courteous
C. kind
D. moral

21. To live a chaste life, one must
A. attend church regularly
B. avoid casual sex
C. be obedient to teachers
D. work hard to become rich

22. HIV/AIDS affect the society mostly by the
A. acquisition of more drugs
B. reduction in workforce
C. reduction in death rates
D. training of more doctors

23. Putting one’s interest above that of others results in
A. conflict
B. patriotism
C. selflessness
D. tolerance

24. The main teaching of the Ten Commandments is
A. courtesy
B. kindness
C. love
D. patience

25. In traditional societies, rules used to control the behaviour of members are known as
A. ancestral rites
B. puberty rites
C. taboos
D. abominations

26. Repentance is an act that
A. delivers us from enemies
B. drives us away from peers
C. purifies our character
D. satisfies God’s demands

27. When a person repents from bad deeds, he or she always receives
A. forgiveness
B. freedom
C. promotion
D. punishment

28. Authority is instituted in society to ensure
A. freedom of speech
B. peace and order
C. respect for adults
D. the right to vote

29. The best way to live in peace in a community is to
A. remain neutral
B. sit on the fence
C. offer special gifts to friends in school
D. understand and co-operate with others

30. Which of the following activities is not a responsibility of a family head?
A. Giving loan to people
B. Settling disputes among people
C. Ensuring the wellbeing of the people
D. Taking custody of family property

31. A child who refuses to play with bad friends is said to be
A. faithful
B. obedient
C. polite
D. sincere

32. Tidying the school compound is the child’s
A. commitment
B. behaviour
C. loyalty
D. role

33. Refusal to follow medical prescription may lead to
A. disrespect for authority
B. failure in life
C. reduction in wealth
D. substance abuse

34. Which of the following factors is a benefit of hard work?
A. Becoming financially sound
B. Becoming popular in town
C. Building the body size
D. Having time for leisure

35. A home where members learn their religion through oral sources is known as
A. Christian
B. Islamic
C. Traditional
D. Jewish

36. Work done to earn income can be described as
A. community work
B. home work
C. occupational activity
D. school work

37. Carrying out assigned duties is necessary because it
A. attracts hatred from enemies
B. leads to fulfilment of promises
C. leads to pacification of the gods
D. pleases God and human kind

38. School rules help pupils to
A. avoid being punished
B. compete with one another
C. protect properties all the time
D. worship God regularly

39. C.Y.O. as a religious youth group stands for
A. Catechist Youth Organization
B. Catholic Youngmen Organization
C. Christian Youngmen Organization
D. Catholic Youth Organization

40. Religious youth associations foster peace among its members by
A. being law abiding
B. caring for the sick
C. causing the arrest of offenders
D. worshipping and praying