2024/2025 WAEC Geography Practical Questions and Answers

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WAEC 2024 Geography practical Answers:

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Last year 2023 WAEC Geography 3 (Practical and Physical Geography):

Questions Practical 6
6aClimate refers to the long-term average weather conditions of a particular region or area
6b (Pick any 5)(i) Solar radiation
(ii) Atmospheric composition
(iii) Ocean currents
(iv) Land and water distribution
(v) Altitude and topography
6c (Pick any 4)(i) High Temperature
(ii) High Precipitation
(iii) High Humidity
(iv) Dense Vegetation
Questions Practical 7
7aWeathering is the disintegration or decomposition of rocks in situ by physical, chemical or biological processes
7biFrost action
Questions Practical 8
8aSolar energy refers to the radiant energy emitted by the Sun
8b (Pick any 3)(i) Renewable and Sustainable
(ii) Cost-effective
(iii) Energy Independence
8c (Pick any 3)(i) Intermittent Energy Source
(ii) High Initial Costs
(iii) Land Use and Environmental Impact

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Here are the sample questions and answers based on the WAEC Geography syllabus in a table form:
Define the term 'plate tectonics' and explain its significance in geography.Plate tectonics refers to the theory that Earth's lithosphere is made up of several plates that move and interact with each other. This theory explains the formation of mountains, volcanoes, and earthquakes, as well as the distribution of continents and oceans.
What is climate change and what are its causes?Climate change refers to the long-term changes in Earth's climate, including changes in temperature, precipitation, and other weather patterns. Causes include natural processes and human activities such as deforestation, burning of fossil fuels, and industrial processes.
Describe the process of soil erosion and its effects on the environment.Soil erosion refers to the loss of topsoil due to natural processes and human activities such as deforestation and intensive agriculture. Effects include loss of soil fertility, reduced crop yields, and increased sedimentation in rivers and lakes, leading to flooding and water pollution.
Explain the concept of population distribution and the factors that influence it.Population distribution refers to the pattern of where people live in a particular area or region. Factors influencing population distribution include physical factors such as climate, topography, and access to water, as well as human factors such as economic opportunities and social and cultural factors.
Define the term 'globalization' and explain its impacts on developing countries.Globalization refers to the interconnectedness of economies, cultures, and societies across the world. Impacts on developing countries include increased economic growth and access to new markets and technologies, but also increased inequality and environmental degradation, and loss of local cultures and traditions.

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