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Last updated on June 23rd, 2023 at 09:50 pm

Get the NDU Post UTME Past Questions and Answers in PDF format. Are you searching for a place to download the Niger Delta University Post UTME Past Questions for free? Do you want to download the Niger Delta University 2021 Post UTME past questions and answers? How can I obtain NDU Post UTME past questions and answers at no cost?

We would like to inform candidates who have met the NDU Cut Off Mark requirement in JAMB that the NDU PDF Past Questions and Answers for the NDU Post UTME screening exercise are now available for download.

The NDU Past Questions comprise all the questions given to candidates over the years and are conveniently provided in PDF format. We have made it user-friendly so that every student can access it using their smartphone.

Why do you need the NDU Post Past Questions and Answers?

There are several reasons why you need the PDF version of the NDU Past Questions and Answers and why you need it now.

Niger Delta University is highly competitive. As one of the best Federal Universities in Nigeria, a large number of students apply for admission each year.

Many applicants vie for a limited number of available admission slots, ranging from 6,000 to 9,000 out of 75,000 applicants. This makes NDU highly competitive and difficult to gain admission to.

Did you know that some students who scored above 300 in JAMB may not be admitted to Niger Delta University? It may be hard to believe, but it’s true.

Why is that?

Admission to any university is not solely based on JAMB scores but also on a combination of JAMB scores and the Post-UTME examination.

For example, in Niger Delta University (NDU), candidates must have scored at least 200 in JAMB and a minimum of 50% in the Post-UTME examination. The JAMB and Post-UTME scores are combined to determine if the candidate has met the cutoff mark for their chosen course.

Therefore, even students with high JAMB scores need to score well in the NDU Post-UTME to increase their chances of admission.

Students with lower JAMB scores can still improve their chances of admission to Niger Delta University by obtaining a PDF copy of the Past Questions and Answers.

Key Features and Pattern of NDU Post-UTME Past Questions:

To effectively prepare for the NDU Post-UTME, it is essential to understand the nature of the exam. In a nutshell, the questions will cover the same subjects as the ones in JAMB.

If you wrote subjects such as Mathematics, English Language, CRS, and Government as an Arts student in the UTME 2021, you can expect similar questions in the NDU Post-UTME.

Here are the key features of the NDU Post-UTME Past Questions:

  • 176 pages of past questions
  • Answers and solutions are included
  • Exam instructions are provided

We have also included a free sample of NDU Post-UTME Past Questions and Answers for the Engineering discipline. Please choose the correct answer from the options provided.

1.           An air bubble rises from the bottom to the top of a water dam which is 40 m deep. The volume of the bubble just below the surface is 2.5 cm3. Find its volume at the bottom of the dam, if the atmospheric pressure is equivalent to 10 m of water.
A.           2.0 cm3
B.           1.6 cm3
C.          0.625 cm3
D.          0.5 cm3

2.           When equal weights of iron and water are subjected to an equal supply of heat it is found that the piece of iron becomes much hotter than water after a shorter time because_____.
A.           the specific heat of iron is higher than that of water
B.           iron is in solid form
C.           water is in liquid form
D.           the specific heat of water is higher than that of iron
E.           the specific heat of iron is infinite

3.           Of two identical tuning forks with a natural frequency 256Hz, one is loaded so that 4 beats per second are heard when they are sounded together. What is the frequency of the loaded tuning fork?
A.           260Hz
B.           252 Hz
C.           248 Hz
D.           246 Hz

4.           Radio waves have a velocity of 3 x 108 m/s. A radio station sends out a broadcast on a frequency of 800KHz. The wavelength of the broadcast is_____.
A.          240.0 m
B.          267.0m
C.          375.0 m
D.          37.5 m
E.           26.7 m

5.           A narrow beam of white light can be split up into different colours by a glass prism. The correct explanation is that______.
A.           white light is an electromagnetic wave
B.           the prism has all the colours of the white light
C.           white light has undergone total internal reflection in the prism
D.           different colours of white light travel with different speeds in glass

6.           2H2S(g) +SO2(g)→3S(g) +2H2O(l).
The above reaction is______.
A.           a redox reaction in which H2S is the oxidant and SO2 is the reductant
B.           a redox reaction in which SO2 is the oxidant and H2S is the reductant
C.           not a redox reaction because there is no oxidant in the reaction equation
D.           not a redox reaction because there is no reductant in the reaction equation

7.           How many unpaired electrons are in the p- orbitals of a fluorine atom?
A.           1
B.           2
C.           3
D.           0

8.           A metal M displaces zinc from ZnCl2 solution. This shows that_____.
A.           electrons flow from zinc to M
B.           M is more electropositive than zinc
C.           M is more electronegative than zinc
D.           zinc is more electropositive than M

9.           Increasing the pressure of a gas,______.
A.           lowers the average kinetic energy of the molecules
B.           decreases the density of the gas
C.           decreases the temperature of the gas
D.           increases the density of the gas
E.          increases the volume of the gas

10.         A quantity of electricity liberates 3.6g of silver from its salt. What mass of aluminum will be liberated from its salt by the same quantity of electricity?
A.           2.7g
B.           1.2 g
C.           0.9 g
D.           0.3 g

In each of the questions below, choose the option nearest in meaning to the word(s) in italics.
11.         Mr. Sam is a dominant partner in our industry.
A.           An important
B.           An influential
C.           An outstanding
D.           A prominent


Time allowed: 30 minutes
Read the following instructions carefully

1. Use HB pencil to shade in your answers, Ensure that any shading in error is thoroughly erased.
2. Candidates should write their full Names (surname first). JAMB Registration number. Paper code, Sex. JAMB score. Faculty of first and second choice and the Question Paper Option Given to them in the appropriate spaces on the Answer Sheets.
3. Attempt all questions.
4. The use of calculators and/or similar electronic devices is NOT allowed

Read passage 1 below carefully and answer the questions that follow. Each question carries 2 marks


How can people be sure that they are truly marrying people with whom they are truly compatible? One way is
by taking time to get to know the other person. Researchers have found that couples seem to go through three
stages in this process. First, each person tries to measure his or her good and bad qualities against those of the
other person. People tend to be drawn to others who seem to have about the assets and liabilities they themselves possess. Second, people look for compatible beliefs, attitudes and interests to support the initial
attraction. It is not until the third stage that people reveal to each other how they handle responsibilities, react to
disappointments and cope with a wide variety of situations. The key to compatibility is for the couple to be sure
that they have arrived at this last stage before they think seriously about marriage. Such people are less likely to
be unpleasantly surprised than those who marry quickly.

1. According to the author couples get to a crucial stage in their relationship (a) when they show their assets and liabilities (b) when they display responsibility and positive attitudes (c) when they look for compatible beliefs and attitudes (d) when they show how they react to circumstances

2. From the passage, we learn that compatibility is measured in terms of (a) good and bad qualities (b) adequate knowledge of each other (c) individual responsibility (d) reactions to a variety of situations

3. The primary audience(s) for the above passage are (a) young unmarried adults (b) people seeking compatibility in their partner (c) those who fall in love at first sight (d) the general public and marriage counsellors

4. The best title for the passage is (a) researches on marriage compatibility (b) liabilities and assets in marriage (c) compatibility in marriage (d) responsibility in marriage

5. To be unpleasantly surprised” in the passage means to be (a) physically prepared for any eventuality (b) psychological prepared for my eventuality (c) seriously shocked by the outcome of the union (d) taken unawares when marriage is done

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