NECO Computer Science Questions 2018 (OBJ & Theory) Published Online

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NECO Computer Science Questions 2018 (OBJ & Theory) Published Online

NECO Computer Science Questions 2018

The National Examinations Council is an examination body in Nigeria that conducts the Senior Secondary Certificate Examination and the General Certificate in Education in June/July and December/January respectively.

Check current exams questions below;

NECO Computer Science Sample Questions.

The Following Are Sample Neco Objective Questions. They are likely Computer studies questions for Neco 2018.

1. Computer is an
  • A. electrical device
  • B. mechanical device
  • C. electronic device
  • D. chemical device
The following are areas you should be very good at to get an A in Neco computer studies:
  1. Computer fundamentals and evolution
  2. Computer hardware
  3. Computer Software
  4. Basic Computer Operations
  5. Computer Applications
  6. Managing Computer files
  7. Developing Problem-solving skills
  8. Information and Communication Technology
  9. Computer ethics and human issues

The objectives of the Neco 2018 questions on Computer studies are to test your understanding, knowledge and acquisition of:

  1. basic concepts of computer and its operations;
  2. manipulative, computational and problem-solving skills;
  3. application of software packages;
  4. operation of computer – related simple devices;
  5. on-line skills and their applications;
  6. safe attitudes and good practices on effective use of computer;
  7. potential for higher studies in Computer related areas.

More things to know:

  1. Features , components and uses of early computing devices:
  • Abacus;
  • Slide Rule ;
  • Napier’s bone;
  • Pascal’s calculator;
  • Leibnitz multiplier;
  • Jacquad loom;
  • Charles Babbage’s analytical engine;
  • Hollerith Census Machine;
  • Burrough’s Machine.

2. Contribution of each of the founder of these devices to modern computers.

Features, components and uses of:

-ENIAC

-EDVAC

-UNIVAC 1

-Desktop Personal

– Computers

-Laptop and Notebook computers

-Palmtop.

Definition of a Computer;

– Two main constituents

   of a Computer

  • Computer hardware;
  • Computer software

   Classification and examples of hardware and software.

   Functional parts of a computer Characteristics of Computers

–   Electronic in nature;

–   Accuracy;

–   Speed;

–   Interactive etc.

   Definition and examples of data and information;

Note: Neco Computer Studies Examination date for Objective and Essay paper is on the 26th of June 2018.

OBJ :

1-10 DCBBCBBEDC

11-20 CADECEBBDC

21-30 EEBABDADBE

31-40 AECCACDDDC

41-50 DABABCBBCA

51-60 CBBAABCADE

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1a) Input device are devices by which data, information and instructions into the computer system
1b) keyboard
ii) light pen
1c) i) Logic gates are digital components that
typically work two levels of voltage and
determine how a component conducts
electricity.
ii) Logic gates use Boolean
equations and switch tables.

3a)
information is an analyzed or processed data, which is now
more meaningful and decisions can be made based on its
data and information is connected.
Communication technology is the activity of designing,
constructing and maintaining communication systems. In
the modern era it is referred to as ICT. This is information
and communications technology, and includes any
communication device or application such as radio and
television.

(3b)
LAN-local area network
GPS-global postioning Service.
IP-internet protocol

 (3b)
LAN-local area network
GPS-global postioning Service.
IP-internet protocol

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(4b)ii.
+Password-protect
+documents encryption
+Secure wireless transmissions.

Examination Instruction.

  1. Do not open your question paper until you are told to do so
  2. USE HB pencil throughout in the OBJ Section
  3. You are free to use Biro in the theory part
  4. You are allowed to use calculator to solve
  5. Make sure that you fill your name, Subject, paper, write WASSCE, paper code and other examination details where necessary.
  6. Ensure that the texts in your question papers are boldly printed
  7. Behave yourself.
  8. Don’t let invigilators catch you using expo

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