BECE 2019 RME Past Question Paper One


Traditional worshippers believe that the world was created by

  • A: An Ancestor
  • B: An Angel
  • C: A Lesser god
  • D: A supreme being

Plants were created by God mainly to

  • A: Serve as a means of transportation
  • B: Blow fresh air into our rooms
  • C: Provide oxygen for man
  • D: Provide decoration to homes

Muslims describe Allah as Al- Raheem because, He is

  • A: merciful
  • B: All-Knowing
  • C: Just
  • D: The restorer

The attribute Alpha and Omega reveals that God is

  • A: Everywhere all the time
  • B: Holy and immortal
  • C: The beginning and the end
  • D: Gracious and merciful

Abraham built an altar for the Lord at the Oak of Moreh because

  • A: It was a Canaanite worship centre
  • B: God had appeared to him there
  • C: He wanted to worship God there
  • D: God asked him to do so

The spiritual leader who was also a successor of Prophet Mohammed (SAW) was

  • A: Sheik
  • B: Caliph
  • C: Imam
  • D: Hafiz

Egya Ahor was honoured with the Ahobaa festival because of his

  • A: Good Leadership
  • B: Magical Deed
  • C: Killing of the beast
  • D: Death for the land

Toha Zie became famous because

  • A: He was considered as a god
  • B: Of his exploits in war
  • C: He was a hunter
  • D: He saved his people from beasts

The day Jesus rose from the dead is celebrated by Christians as

  • A: Ascension Day
  • B: Pentecost Day
  • C: Good Friday
  • D: Easter Sunday

The Bugum festival of Dagbon is also referred to as the

  • A: Totem Festival
  • B: Yam festival
  • C: Rice festival
  • D: Fire festival

The moral virtue revealed in the Islamic festival of Eid-ul-Adha is

  • A: Obedience
  • B: Steadfastness
  • C: Love
  • D: Honesty

Puberty is a period of passage from

  • A: Conception to birth
  • B: Childhood to adulthood
  • C: Adulthood to death
  • D: Birth to early childhood

A strong emotional change noticeable among adolescents is

  • A: intelligence
  • B: selfishness
  • C: rebellion
  • D: obedience

Which of the following traditional practices can dehumanize the individual?

  • A: widowhood rites
  • B: festival rituals
  • C: funeral rites
  • D: libation prayers

Islamic practice of worship (Ibada) is based on the

  • A: Six teachings of Uthman
  • B: Nine rackets of salat
  • C: five pillars of islam
  • D: seven events of hajj

The word Amen is useful in Christian and Islamic prayers because it

  • A: Ensures confidence in the prayer
  • B: Reveals God’s promises
  • C: Attracts blessing to people
  • D: Enforces the request

Which group of believers usually conclude their prayers with a curse?

  • A: Traditionalists
  • B: Muslims
  • C: Buddhists
  • D: Christians

The practice of throwing stones during hajj is to

  • A: Achieve goals for the pilgrimage
  • B: Protect Muslims from death
  • C: Open the way to prosperity
  • D: Keep the devil away

Ablution before salat ensures

  • A: Receipt of prayer request
  • B: Purity in communion with Allah
  • C: Peace with Allah always
  • D: Health sanitation in the community

A child is said to be courteous when he or she

  • A: Offers gifts to friends
  • B: Converses with adults
  • C: Is admired by the peers
  • D: Gives help to the needy

When provoked, one needs to control tempers by showing

  • A: Decency
  • B: Courtesy
  • C: Comportment
  • D: Dignity

A chaste life can be attained through

  • A: Intensive book reading
  • B: Eating a vegetarian diet
  • C: The practice of self-discipline
  • D: Regular church attendance

Which of the following situations is an effect of immorality?

  • A: Humble life
  • B: Focus in life
  • C: Teenage pregnancy
  • D: Peer Influence

Jesus advised mankind in the parable of the good Samaritan not to

  • A: Violently rob people
  • B: Neglect the sick
  • C: Discriminate against people
  • D: Beat up enemies

Lazy people get old very fast. This means that hard work brings about

  • A: Great wealth
  • B: Comfort
  • C: Development
  • D: Good health

A person is said to be righteous when he or she

  • A: Accept different viewpoints
  • B: Tries to be loving and holy
  • C: Attends religious meetings
  • D: Lives a morally good life

The Qur’an teaches that anyone who does not show mercy will not

  • A: Go To heaven
  • B: Enter the mosque
  • C: Live a peaceful life
  • D: Be shown mercy

Commitment to God involves the show of

  • A: Humility and hope
  • B: Courage and love
  • C: Respect and compassion
  • D: Faith and obedience

Good deeds are performed so that

  • A: Society will expand
  • B: God’s command might be fulfilled
  • C: People might be helped
  • D: Gifts might be received

The main aim of a reward is to

  • A: Accept our duties and responsibilities
  • B: Help the poor out of their problems
  • C: Reinforce the habit of repeating goods deeds
  • D: Encourage people to speak good English

Which of the following conditions is not a fruit of repentance?

  • A: Prosperity
  • B: Love
  • C: Peace
  • D: Forgiveness

A father shows commitment to the family by

  • A: Traveling with his wife outside the country
  • B: Being punctual at work and helping others
  • C: Being steadfast at prayer and sacrificing
  • D: Treating dependants with patience and tolerance

The nuclear family system consists of

  • A: Parents and children
  • B: Siblings and cousins
  • C: Grandparents and children
  • D: Parents and cousins

Which of the following statement is not true about the extended family system?

  • A: Parents, children and uncles are members
  • B: Grandparents nephews and children are members
  • C: All members come from the same mother
  • D: Nuclear family members and the aged uncles are members

The Akans believe that their sacred stool is the abode of the

  • A: Supreme being
  • B: Dwarfs
  • C: Lesser gods
  • D: Ancestors

Which of the following objects can be found in an Islamic religious home?

  • A: Cross
  • B: Rosary
  • C: Amulet
  • D: Tasba

To succeed in academic work the individual needs to engage in serious

  • A: Prayers
  • B: Farming
  • C: Discussions
  • D: Learning

A manager is said to be corrupt when he or she

  • A: Acts dishonestly for personal gains
  • B: Promises to offer jobs to the unemployed
  • C: Punished an employee for fighting
  • D: Gives money for a fair trial

Visits to tourist centres help students to

  • A: Pass their examinations
  • B: Become more adventurous
  • C: Overcome stress and boredom
  • D: Make more friends

The Tuofo and the Dentsifo Asafo Companies are associated with the

  • A: Aboakyir festival
  • B: Akwambo festival
  • C: Homowo festival
  • D: Odwira festival

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