Use Instruction A to answer questions number 31 to 39.

Instruction A:

Choose the best answer.


31. Which of the following is a prominent figure in the Dutch Colonial Goverment in Indonesia in the early 21st century ...

a. Stamford Raffles.

b. Herman Willem Daendels.

c. Jan Willem Janssens.

d. Vander Capellen.

e. Johannes Van Den Bosch.


32. The factor that attributed to the success of ISDV in infiltrating the SI was ...

a. the weak power of CSI.

b. the strong influence of SI local leaders.

c. the party that did not allow dual membership.

d. local SI acted independetly.

e. ISDV was more desirable than SI.


33. The reason behind the withdrawal of Indonesia from the United Nations in 1965 was ...

a. the rejection of Retooling by the UN.

b. the imperfection of the UN.

c. the dispute with Malaysia.

d. the dissatifaction over the UN performance.

e. the non-involvement of Indonesia in the UN security forces.


34. For the purpose of propaganda, the Japanese Occupation Government established an insitution as a cultural centre called ...

a. Sendenbu.

b. Hodokan.

c. Kaikyo Seinen Teishintai.

d. Keimin Bunka Shidosho.

e. Fujinkai.


35. After President Tito died in 1980, the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia began to lose powe. The states declared independece one after the other including ...

a. Slavia

b. Georgia

c. Slovenia

d. Slowakia

e. Albania


36. The 1990-1991 Gulf War between Iraq and Iran engaged several European countries such as ...

a. Netherlands, Germany, and France

b. Germany, France, and English

c. France, England, and Italy

d. Inggris, Luxenburg, dan Rusia

e. Germany, France, and England


37. The country that experinced rapid development and was able to compete with America and European countries after World War I is ...

a. South Korea

b. Cina

c. Jepang

d. North Korea

e. Turkey


38. The rebellion to expel the western power that undermined the Chinese empire in the twentieth century is known as ...

a. Taiping Rebellion.

b. Boxer Rebellion

c. Kuomintang Rebellion.

d. Kouchantang Rebellion.

e. Tianjin Rebellion


39. The declaration of the British Government that supported the Zionist movement ot reclaim the land of the Palestine in 1917 is known as the declaration of ...

a. Postchild.

b. Weizmann.

c. Balfour.

d. Cardiale.

e. Sinn Fein



Use Instruction B to answer questions number 40 to 42.

Instruction B:

Each question consists of 3 parts, i.e. STATEMENT, CAUSE, and REASON that are arranged in sequence.


(A) If the statement is correct, the reason is correct, and both show a cause and effect relationship.

(B) If the statement is correct, the reason is correct, but both do not show a cause and effect relationship.

(C) If the statement is correct and the reason is incorrect.

(D) If the statement is incorrect and the reason is correct.

(E) If the statement and the reason are both incorrect.


40. During the 19st century Vereenigde Oost-Indische Compagnie established itself as major economic and political power on Java Island.


With the collapse of the Sultanate of Mataram, Vereenigde Oost-Indische Compagnie had become major economic power in Asia since 1600.


41. The Renaissance in Europe was marked with the revival of ancient knowledge and the growth of the social and economy of the European People.


The Renaissance had promoted inquisitiveness that led to social and industrial revolution.


42. Indonesia’s success in organizing and getting the second position after Japan in the Asian Games in 1962 ended with IOC suspension of Indonesia.


Indonesia disallowed the delegation of the People’s Republic of China, Israel, and North Korea to participate in the 1962 Asian Games.


Use Instruction C to answer questions number 43 to 45.

Instruction C:


(A) If (1), (2), and (3) are correct.

(B) If (1) and (3) are correct.

(C) If (2) and (4) are correct.

(D) If only (4) are correct.

(E) If all of them are correct.


43. Soemitro’s idea to transform the colonial economy into national economy was implemented through trade sector in a form of ...

(1) increased current  expenditures.

(2) support and guidance for domestic entrepreneurs.

(3) expansion of economic bureaucracy.

(4) Benteng program.


44. Economic and political reforms taken palce under Mikhail Gorbachev 1985 impacted on the dissolution of the Soviet Union’s Allies in Eastern Europe. Which of the following Eastern European countries were dissolved ...

(1) Bulgaria.

(2) Cekoslovakia.

(3) Rumania.

(4) Jerman Timur.


45. The European colonies in Africa that declared their independence in the twentieth century were ...

(1) Mesir.

(2) Liberia.

(3) Kongo.

(4) Ethiopia.

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