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Question 1: The inner most part of the earth is-------- ?
  1. Crust
  2. Mental
  3. Core
  4. None of these
C
Question 2: At what angle above the horizon must the sun be to create a rainbow ?
  1. 90 degrees
  2. 60 degrees
  3. 40 degrees
  4. 65 degrees
C
Question 3: The Shortest (smallest) bone in human body is--------- ?
  1. Stapes
  2. Tibia
  3. Femur
  4. Humerus
A
Question 4: Which is least Conductor of Electricity among the following ?
  1. Wood
  2. Copper
  3. Iron
  4. Water
B
Question 5: The pancreas secrets--------- ?
  1. Insulin
  2. Vitamin A
  3. Bile juice
  4. none of these
A
Question 6: When our sun reaches the end of its red giant phase, it will turn into a---------- ?
  1. Supernova
  2. White Dwarf
  3. Black Hole
  4. Neutron Star
B
Question 7: Particle clouds from where stars are formed are known as---------- ?
  1. Stellar nurseries
  2. Star clouds
  3. Event horizons
  4. Singularities
B
Question 8: What causes the Moon’s phases ?
  1. The Sun lights up only one half of the Moon and as the Moon orbits the Earth we can sometimes see the unlit side of the Moon.
  2. The Sun lights up only one half of the Moon and as the Sun orbits the Earth we can sometimes see the unlit side of the Moon.
  3. The Earth’s shadow falls on the Moon, blocking the sunlight.
  4. The Moon’s shadow falls on the Earth, blocking the sunlight.
B
Question 9: Water is a universal solvent for what reactions ?
  1. Chemical
  2. Biochemical
  3. Physical
  4. Nuclear
B
Question 10: Two automobiles are 150 kilometers apart and traveling toward each other. One automobile is moving at 60km/h and the other is moving at 40km/h mph. In how many hours will they meet ?
  1. 2.5
  2. 2.0
  3. 1.75
  4. 1.5
D
Question 11: Honey contain glucose and fructose along with some other ingredients, it has greater viscosity due to----------- ?
  1. hydrogen bonding
  2. irregular shape of the molecules
  3. irregular shape of the molecules and strong inter-molecular forces
  4. greater molecular size
C
Question 12: Second ionization energy ?
  1. is always less than first ionization energy
  2. is always greater than first ionization energy
  3. is equal to the first ionization energy
  4. may be greater or less than the first ionization energy depending on the nature of the element
B
Question 13: A substance which increases the efficiency of a catalyst is termed as ?
  1. Promoter
  2. Activator
  3. Retarder
  4. Super catalyst
A
Question 14: Quantity of fresh air required for a man is 1000 cubic feet of air for every---------- ?
  1. 5 minutes
  2. 10 minutes
  3. 15 minutes
  4. 20 minutes
D
Question 15: When a warm air is lifted off the surface in temperature depression it is called ------ ?
  1. An occlusion
  2. A cold front
  3. An anticyclone
  4. A warm front
A
Question 16: The season changes because of the ----------- ?
  1. Moon is revolving round the earth
  2. Earth is revolving round its axis
  3. Earth is revolving round the sun
  4. Planet Mars is attracting the sun
C
Question 17: Bore is caused by----- ?
  1. Rising tide while meeting river currents
  2. Friction from prevailing winds
  3. Spring tide and strong winds
  4. Unequal heating of oceans
A
Question 18: In the Composition of the earth, Aluminum is -------------- ?
  1. 27.5%
  2. 20.3%
  3. 14.5%
  4. 8.23%
D
Question 19: Mercury is also known as--------- ?
  1. Shine Silver
  2. Quick Silver
  3. Slow Silver
  4. Slippery Silver
B
Question 20: What is the element required for solar energy conversion ---- ?
  1. Ultra pure carbon
  2. Silicon
  3. Beryllium
  4. Tantalum
B
Question 21: Which of the following metal occurs in free state ------------ ?
  1. Lead
  2. Iron
  3. Mercury
  4. Copper
A
Question 22: What is/are the basic purpose(s) of dams ?
  1. Storage of water in a large reservoir
  2. Generation of electricity
  3. Control of floods
  4. All of the above
D
Question 23: What is the name of the central part of the earth ?
  1. Mantle
  2. Core
  3. Crust
  4. None of the above
B
Question 24: Sum of all ecosystems is classified as---------- ?
  1. Aero sphere
  2. Ionosphere
  3. Biosphere
  4. Ozonosphere
C
Question 25: Alzheimer’s disease in human beings is characterized by the degeneration of ------- ?
  1. Kidney cells
  2. Nerve cells
  3. Liver cells
  4. Spleen cells
B
Question 26: Intrinsic Semi-conductor is also known as--------- ?
  1. Impure-Conductor
  2. Pure-Conductor
  3. Simple Conductor
  4. None of these
B
Question 27: Big Bang was an explosion that occurred ?
  1. 10 Billion years ago
  2. 15 Billion years ago
  3. 20 Billion years ago
  4. 25 Billion years ago
B
Question 28: Study of the Universe is known as---------- ?
  1. Sociology
  2. Cosmology
  3. Universology
  4. Petology
B
Question 29: Places experiencing equal impact of an earthquake are called-------------- ?
  1. Seismic lines
  2. Seismic built
  3. Seismic plates
  4. Seismic waves
A
Question 30: Bromine is a----------- ?
  1. black solid
  2. red-brown liquid
  3. colourless gas
  4. highly inflammable gas
B
Question 31: The variety of coal in which the deposit contains recognizable traces of the original plant material is---------- ?
  1. bitumen
  2. anthracite
  3. lignite
  4. peat
D
Question 32: Earth is closest to the sun every year in early --------------, when it’s winter for the Northern Hemisphere. We’re farthest away from the sun in early ------------------, during our Northern Hemisphere summer ?
  1. January – July
  2. June – December
  3. July – January
  4. December – June
A
Question 33: Periodontics deals with ------------ ?
  1. Surgery of spine
  2. Stomach disorders
  3. Ligaments restoration
  4. Dentistry
D
Question 34: What is the addictive drug in tobacco ----------- ?
  1. Ethanol
  2. Nicotine
  3. Ammonia
  4. Tar
B
Question 35: Water vapor is ------------ ?
  1. A gas
  2. A cloud droplet
  3. A rain drop
  4. A snowflake
B
Question 36: The atmosphere near the earth’s surface is “heated from below.” Which of the following does not significantly contribute to this heating ---------- ?
  1. Conduction of heat upward from a hot surface
  2. Convection from a hot surface
  3. Absorption of infrared energy that has been radiated from the surface
  4. Heat energy from the earth’s interior
D
Question 37: The pyramid of energy in any ecosystem is ------- ?
  1. Always upright
  2. May be upright or invented
  3. Always inverted
  4. Always Circle
A
Question 38: The temperature at which water boils depends mainly on --------- ?
  1. Air temperature
  2. Relative humidity
  3. Air pressure
  4. Air density
C
Question 39: Types of bones in human body are: Long, short, irregular and -------- ?
  1. Flat
  2. Medium
  3. Regular
  4. Rough
A
Question 40: “Elephant” large unit of paper measurement equal to 28 by--------- ?
  1. 23 inches
  2. 25 inches
  3. 28 inches
  4. 31 inches
A
Question 41: An example of an abiotic component --------- ?
  1. Plants
  2. Soil
  3. Animals
  4. Bacteria
B
Question 42: The phases of the moon are partially the result of the--------- ?
  1. Changes in the shape of the moon
  2. Revolution of the moon around the earth
  3. Variations in the moon’s gravitation
  4. Variations in the speed of rotation of the moon
B
Question 43: Which on of the following planets orbits around the sun in a clockwise direction ?
  1. Earth
  2. Mercury
  3. Jupiter
  4. Venus
B
Question 44: Which is the nearest star to our sun ?
  1. Proxima Centurai
  2. Alpha Scorpii
  3. Beta Orionis
  4. Vega
A
Question 45: The setting sun often looks oval in the shape because of-------- ?
  1. The fact that sun really becomes oval in the evening
  2. Refraction of rays of sun passing through the atmosphere
  3. Optical Illusion
  4. Dispersion
C
Question 46: X-rays were discovered by -------- ?
  1. Wilhelm Conrad Roentgen
  2. Thomson
  3. Ernest Rutherford
  4. Bacquerel
A
Question 47: Who discovered the Gamma Rays ?
  1. Alfred Marshall
  2. Paul Villard
  3. Bohar
  4. Jabar bin Hayan
B
Question 48: A loudspeaker changes --------- energy into sound energy ?
  1. Chemical
  2. Electrical
  3. Light
  4. Kinetic
B
Question 49: Sun is moving around the centre of the galaxy at a velocity of ------- km/s ?
  1. 205
  2. 210
  3. 215
  4. 220
B
Question 50: The Planet of the solar system which has Maximum number of moons is--------- ?
  1. Jupiter
  2. Venus
  3. Saturn
  4. Uranus
A
Question 51: The volume of Blood in a Human body to be approximately --------- of body weight ?
  1. 6%
  2. 7%
  3. 8%
  4. 9%
B
Question 52: In which layer of atmosphere does commercial aircrafts usually fly ?
  1. Stratosphere
  2. Troposphere
  3. Mesosphere
  4. Thermosphere
A
Question 53: Approximate age of milky-way is ------- ?
  1. 16.5 billion years
  2. 15.5 billion years
  3. 13.5 billion years
  4. 14.5 billion years
C
Question 54: Which of the following is a function of Vitamin A in the body ?
  1. Vision, bone and body growth
  2. Immune defenses, maintenance of body linings and skin
  3. Normal cell development and reproduction
  4. All of the above
D
Question 55: Growth is provided by------- ?
  1. Protein
  2. Minerals
  3. Vitamins
  4. Carbohydrates
A
Question 56: The Mirror used in the Automobiles are---------- ?
  1. Concave
  2. Convex
  3. Plains
  4. Reflective
B
Question 57: Freezing point of water is--------- ?
  1. 0 °C
  2. -2 °C
  3. -4 °C
  4. None of above
A
Question 58: Which of the following does not pollute the air ?
  1. Nitrogen Dioxide
  2. Sulfur dioxide
  3. Carbon dioxide
  4. none of these
A
Question 59: The yellow colour in photochemical smog is due to the presence of----------- ?
  1. Sulphur dioxide
  2. Carbon dioxide
  3. Nitrogen dioxide
  4. CFC’s
C
Question 60: The main culprit of greenhouse effect is Carbon dioxide. But which is the second element contributing most to greenhouse effect ?
  1. Nitrogen Dioxide (NO2)
  2. Chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs)
  3. Methane (CH4)
  4. High-fructose corn syrup (HFCs)
C
Question 61: Frozen dew is also known as------- ?
  1. Frost
  2. Black ice
  3. Frozen ice
  4. Black hail
B
Question 62: Mass of Earth is---------- ?
  1. 5.972 × 1024 kg.
  2. 6.972 × 1024 kg
  3. 7.972 × 1024 kg
  4. 8.972 × 1024 kg
A
Question 63: According to many, including the Guinness Book of World Record,--------is the world’s rarest mineral ?
  1. Painite
  2. Benitoite
  3. Jadeite
  4. Taaffeite
A
Question 64: Which rays are trapped in our galaxy by magnetic waves ?
  1. Alpha rays
  2. Gamma rays
  3. Cosmic rays
  4. None of these
C
Question 65: What is the weight of the average human brain ?
  1. 1.2 to 1.4 Kg
  2. 1.4 to 1.8 Kg
  3. 2.1 to 2.8 Kg
  4. 3.1 to 3.4 Kg
A
Question 66: For which one of the following is the density maximum ?
  1. Ice
  2. Water
  3. Benzene
  4. Chloroform
B
Question 67: Humans can hear in the range of ------ to -------Hertz (Hz) ?
  1. 10 Hz to 10,000 Hz.
  2. 20 Hz to 20,000 Hz.
  3. 30 Hz to 30,000 Hz.
  4. 40 Hz to 40,000 Hz.
B
Question 68: CT Scan stand for--------- ?
  1. Computed Tomography Scan
  2. Computer Topography Scan
  3. Computed Topography Scan
  4. Computer Tomography Scan
A
Question 69: Primary cosmic rays are composed largely of very fast---------- ?
  1. Protons
  2. Neutrons
  3. Electrons
  4. Gamma rays
A
Question 70: Winter Solstice means----------- ?
  1. longest night
  2. longest day
  3. smallest night
  4. smallest day
A
Question 71: Summer solstice means--------- ?
  1. longest day
  2. longest night
  3. smallest day
  4. none of these
A
Question 72: How many rows and columns are in the modern Periodic Table ?
  1. 18 columns and 7 rows
  2. 12 columns and 9 rows
  3. 7 columns and 18 rows
  4. 25 columns and 15 rows
A
Question 73: Which is the outermost planet in the solar system ?
  1. Mercury
  2. Pluto
  3. Neptune
  4. Uranus
C
Question 74: The Sun is a --------- ?
  1. Star
  2. Planet
  3. Asteroid
  4. Meteor
A
Question 75: The most abundant element in the Earth’s crust is -------- ?
  1. Oxygen
  2. Hydrogen
  3. Carbon Dioxide
  4. Silicon
B
Question 76: The most densest substance on the Earth is -------- ?
  1. Platinum
  2. Copper
  3. Steel
  4. Osmium
D
Question 77: When white light is passed through a prism, it splits into ---------- colours ?
  1. 5
  2. 6
  3. 7
  4. 8
C
Question 78: During winter in cold countries, the ---------- is mixed to melt the ice on the icy roads ?
  1. plasma
  2. platelets
  3. blood cells
  4. None of these
A
Question 79: At night, Plants intake ---------- and release --------- ?
  1. Oxygen – Carbon dioxide
  2. Carbon dioxide – Oxygen
  3. Oxygen – Carbon monoxide
  4. Carbon monoxide – Oxygen
B
Question 80: Which blood group is universal receiver ?
  1. Group A
  2. Group B
  3. Group AB
  4. GROUP O
C
Question 81: Nail polish remover contains--------- ?
  1. Acetone
  2. Benzene
  3. Acetic acid
  4. Petroleum ether
A
Question 82: Radon is--------- ?
  1. germon radio
  2. radio active gas
  3. artificial fibre
  4. an explosive
B
Question 83: Bauxite is an ore of-------- ?
  1. copper
  2. zinc
  3. aluminium
  4. iron
C
Question 84: Human bone does not contain-------- ?
  1. Calcium
  2. Chondroitin sulfate
  3. Boron
  4. phosphate
C
Question 85: Study of energy production in living bodies is called-------- ?
  1. Biology
  2. Biomechanics
  3. Bioenergetics
  4. Aerodynamics
C
Question 86: Through which organ does a fish respire ?
  1. Nose
  2. Lungs
  3. Gills
  4. Fins
C
Question 87: A group of elephants is called--------- ?
  1. Giotre
  2. Scurvy
  3. Anaemia
  4. Rickets
C
Question 88: What causes mumps ?
  1. Fungus
  2. Bacterium
  3. Deficiency of vitamins
  4. Virus
D
Question 89: Which Organ is affected by trachoma ?
  1. Liver
  2. Lungs
  3. Eyes
  4. Brain
C
Question 90: The sounds of which frequency are human beings most sensitive ?
  1. 400 hertz
  2. 20 hertz
  3. 20000 hertz
  4. 5000 hertz
D
Question 91: Which of the following is responsible for largest amount of oxygen on earth ?
  1. Peat bogs
  2. Algae
  3. Trees
  4. None of these
B
Question 92: What are the primary colors of Light ?
  1. White, Black, Blue
  2. Red, Yellow, Blue
  3. Red, Orange, Blue
  4. Red, Green, Blue
D
Question 93: The Reason for a Swimming Pool to appear Less Deep than the actual depth is---------- ?
  1. Refraction
  2. Light scattering
  3. Reflection
  4. Interference
A
Question 94: The type of glass used in making lenses and prism is--------- ?
  1. Pyrex glass
  2. jena glass
  3. Flintglass
  4. Soft glass
C
Question 95: Cell or Tissue death within a living body is called as-------- ?
  1. Neutrophilia
  2. Nephrosis
  3. Necrosis
  4. Neoplasia
C
Question 96: What happens to a person who receives the wrong type of blood ?
  1. All the arteries constrict
  2. All the arteries dialates
  3. The RBCs agglutinate
  4. The spleen and lymphnodes deteriorate
C
Question 97: In general, the most destructive earthquake waves are the --------- ?
  1. P waves
  2. S waves
  3. Surface waves
  4. All of the above
C
Question 98: Scientific Name of Human is----------- ?
  1. Homo sapiens
  2. Mono sapiens
  3. Bio sapiens
  4. Cosmopolitan
A
Question 99: The phenomenon of Aurora Borealis, the display of red and green lights in northern hemisphere is due to radiations from-------- ?
  1. Ionosphere
  2. Troposphere
  3. Mesosphere
  4. Stratosphere
A
Question 100: Cusec is a unit of --------- ?
  1. Area
  2. Time
  3. Distance
  4. mass
  5. None of these
E


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