Wednesday, 26 June 2019

World General Science Questions And Answers Quiz

Solved MCQs Online quiz for general science worksheets exams preparations. All MCQs for PPSC NTS OTS PTS PMS CSS and also for science quiz questions and answers for edcuators jobs tests also. Many of the jobs of Federal Public Service Commission Jobs tests included 10 Marks of General Science.

Online Solved General Science Objective Type Quiz Test
Online Solved MCQs General Science MCQs

National Testing Services jobs MCQs for railway general science questions answers from the past years exams quiz tests. General science competition questions with basic science for competitive exams in quiz exams.


Solved General Science Questions For Competitive Exams MCQs Quiz






General Science MCQs Quiz Tests


Test 1 || Test 2 || Test 3 || Test 4 || Test 5 || Test 6 || Test 7 || Test 8 || Test 9 || Test 10 || Test 11 || Test 12

Solved Online General Science MCQs With Answers



Q.1: The longest and the strongest bone in the human body is

  1. Pelvis
  2. Femur
  3. Tibia
  4. Jaw

B

Q.2: Which is laughing gas

  1. Carbon Mono-oxide
  2. Nitrous oxide
  3. Sulphur dioxide
  4. Carbon dioxide

B

Q.3: The study of the nervous system and its disorder is called

  1. Urology
  2. Herpetology
  3. Neurology
  4. Hematology

C

Q.4: The outermost layer of skin is known as

  1. Cartilage
  2. Epidermis
  3. Epiglottis
  4. Ligament

B

Q.5: Name of the first cloned sheep

  1. Micky
  2. Mameen
  3. Dolly
  4. Jakor

C

Q.6: Which one of the following is produced by hybridization and selective breeding

  1. All these
  2. Neeli-Ravi buffalo
  3. Sahiwal Ox
  4. Rahu-Thaila hybrid

B

Q.7: Hemophilia is because of absence of

  1. Clothing
  2. Antigens
  3. Antibodies
  4. Rh factor

A

Q.8: The largest cell in the human body is

  1. Muscle cell
  2. Nerve cell
  3. Kidney cell
  4. Liver cell

B

Q.9: Which device is used to measure the Strength of magnetic fields

  1. Magnetometer
  2. Tensiometer
  3. Seismometers
  4. Plastometer

A

Q.10: An Lysimeter is used to measure

  1. Specific gravity of liquids
  2. Balance of water in soil
  3. Electrical current in a circuit
  4. Electrical activity of the heart

B

Q.11: The part of the body directly affected by pneumonia is

  1. Epidermal tissue
  2. Respiratory system
  3. Nervous system
  4. Bone tissue

B

Q.12: Who was the first to observe ultraviolet rays

  1. William Herschel
  2. John Wilhelm Ritter
  3. Auguste Comte
  4. Rutherford

B

Q.13: The liberation of energy in sun is due to

  1. None of these
  2. Fission reaction
  3. All of these
  4. Fusion reaction

D

Q.14: The reaction taking place at anode and cathode are respectively

  1. None of these
  2. Oxidation, reduction
  3. Reduction, hydrolysis
  4. Reduction, Oxidation

B

Q.15: Mercury thermometer was invented by

  1. Galileo
  2. Daniel Gabriel Fahrenheit
  3. Priestley
  4. Newton

B

Q.16: When radioactive rays are passed through air or any gas, they cause it to

  1. Ionize
  2. Freeze
  3. Evaporate
  4. Boil

A

Q.17: Ozone is present in which of the following layers of atmosphere

  1. Mesosphere
  2. Troposphere and Thermosphere
  3. Thermosphere
  4. Troposphere and Stratosphere

D

Q.18: Barometer was invented by

  1. Darwin
  2. Baird
  3. Torricelli
  4. Watson

C

Q.19: Colorblind persons cannot distinguish red from

  1. Blue
  2. Green
  3. White
  4. Yellow

B

Q.20: An inactive phase during the life cycle during which animal stores a lot of food inside the body and develops a covering around body is called

  1. Pupa
  2. Adult
  3. Nymph
  4. Larva

A


0 comments:

Post a Comment