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Hello Friend! Are you preparing for the Joint Admissions and Matriculations Board JAMB UTME 2023/2024? If yes, then this is for you! Prepare yourself by treating JAMB Physics Past Questions!

I have prepared a series of JAMB Physics Past Questions from 1988 to 2022 which was prepared with the sole purpose of help you prepare very well for the 2023/2024 JAMB!

This JAMB Physics Past Questions comprise of questions, answers and explanation to the answers. Also, you get to discuss! If you feel one answer is not correct, don’t hesitate to leave a comment.

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I must tell that before you start treating past this physics Past Questions, you must have finished reading a physics textbook! At the very least, once!

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A piece of rubber 10cm long stretches 6mm when a load of 100N is hung from it. What is the strain

Jamb 1978 A piece of rubber 10cm long stretches 6mm when a load of 100N is hung from it. What is the strain? ANSWER: Option C EXPLANATION: Using the equation  Strain = ∆L/L Where; ∆L —> change in length               L —> Original Length If L1 is the original length and L2 is the length after …

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The motion of the moving skin of a talking drum can rightly be described as

JAMB 1980 The motion of the moving skin of a talking drum can rightly be described as A. translational B. random C. rotational D. oscillatory E. transitory Correct Answer: Option D Explain your answer in the comment box below and let’s have a discussion so as to have a great understanding of this question! PREVIOUS …

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The relative densities of zinc, brass, copper, gold and silver are respectively 7.1, 8.5, 8.9, 19.3…

JAMB 1980 The relative densities of zinc, brass, copper, gold and silver are respectively 7.1, 8.5, 8.9, 19.3, 10.5. A metal ornament which weighs 0.425kg and can displace 50 x 10^-6m³ of water is made of A. zinc B. brass C. copper D. gold E. silver Correct Answer: Option B Explanation Density of the metal …

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Which of the following statements defines correctly the efficiency of a machine

Jamb 1979 Which of the following statements defines correctly the efficiency of a machine? A. The load carried by the machine divided by effort required in carrying the load B. The distance moved by the load divided by the distance moved by the effort C. The useful work done by the machine divided by the …

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If in a simple pendulum experiment the length of the inextensible string is increased by a factor of four, its period is increased by a factor of

Jamb 1979 If in a simple pendulum experiment the length of the inextensible string is increased by a factor of four, its period is increased by a factor of A. 4 B. π/2 C. 1/4 D. 2π E. 2 ANSWER: Option E EXPLANATION: for simple pendulum; T = 2π√(L/g) Where; T is the Tension L …

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The water at the bottom of a waterfall is slightly warmer than that at the top because part of the

JAMB 1980 The water at the bottom of a waterfall is slightly warmer than that at the top because part of the A. potential energy raises the water temperature B. water absorbs latent heat from the atmosphere C. kinetic energy is changed intyo internal energy D. dropping mass of water increases the heat capacity E. …

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Three 5 ohm resistors connected in parallel have a potential difference of 60V applied across the combination. The current in each resistor is 

Jamb 1978 Three 5 ohm resistors connected in parallel have a potential difference of 60V applied across the combination. The current in each resistor is  A. 4A  B. 36A  C. 12A  D. 24A  E. 10A. ANSWER: Option C EXPLANATION: You should note that in a parallel arrangement, Voltage is always the same as with the …

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