Mock exam paper C Common Level

Name

Class

Teacher

School

PRE-JUNIOR CERTIFICATE EXAMINATION, 2013

CIVIL, SOCIAL AND POLITICAL EDUCATION

TIME: 1 ½ HOURS

INSTRUCTIONS

  1. Make sure to write your examination number in the box above.

2. Answer all questions in Section 1 (18 marks)

Answer any three questions in Section 2. (42 marks)

Answer any one question in Section 3 (20 marks)

Total (80 marks)

  1. Write your answers in the spaces provided.

4. Hand up this paper at the end of the examination.

For the Examiner

Question

Mark

Section 1

Q1

Q2

Q3

Section 2

Q1

Q2

Q3

Q4

Section 3

Q1

Q2

Q3

Q4

TOTAL

Total end of page totals

SECTION 1

Answer ALL of the questions in this section.

1. The photographs below are of four politicians who are, or who have been, Cabinet members in the Irish government.

In the space provided, write down the name of the politician which matches each picture.

240x160_eamongilmore

(b) Name______________________

enda-kenny1

(a) Name______________________

Joan-Burton-Election-pic

(d) Name______________________

5224378686_55541cbf20

(c) Name______________________

(8 marks)

2. (a) Which one of the following people is the Secretary General of the United Nations?

Put a tick [] in the box opposite the correct name.

(i) Kofi Annan [ ] (iii) David Cameron [ ]

(ii) Ban Ki-Moon [ ] (iv) Mary McAleese [ ]

` (b) How many Dáil TD’s are there at present?

Put a tick [] in the box opposite the correct number.

(i) 113 [ ] (iii) 43 [ ]

(ii) 166 [ ] (iv) 150 [ ]

(c) The European Parliament meets each month in Brussels and also in one other European city. Name the other European city.

Put a tick [ ] in the box opposite the correct city.

(i) London [ ] (iii) Budapest [ ]

(ii) Prague [ ] (iv) Strasbourg [ ]

(d) The Houses of the Oireachtas meet in what building?

Put a tick [] in the box opposite the correct building.

(i) The GPO [ ] (iii) Áras an Uachtaráin [ ]

(ii) Stormont [ ] (iv) Leinster House [ ]

(4 marks)

3. Complete each of the following sentences.

(a) The system of voting in Ireland is called p__...

Sign In To View

Sign in or sign up in order to view resources on iRevise

Sign In Create An Account