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Brain wave 3 sample paper Class-VI

Brain wave 3 sample paper Class-VI

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GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS
1.
The Question Paper contains 3 part & total 50 questions :
PART -I (MATHEMATICS & MENTAL ABILITY)
Questions 1
 –
20 of 1 mark each.
PART-II (GENERAL SCIENCE)
Questions 21
 –
40 of 1 mark each.
PART-III (ENGLISH)
English Questions 41
 –
50 of 1 mark each.
2.
The OMR sheet given in the examination hall is the Answer Sheet.
3.
Blank papers, clip boards, log tables, slide rule, calculators, mobile or any other electronicgadgets in any form is not allowed.
4.
Before answering the paper, fill up the required details in the blank spaces provided in the answersheet.
5.
Each Question carries 1 marks.
0.25
marks will be deducted for each wrong answer. So
attempt each question carefully.
6.
In case of any dispute, the answer filled in the OMR sheet available with the institute shall be final.
7.
Write your Name and Roll No. in the space provided in the bottom of this booklet.
 
Time : 1 Hr.Maximum Marks : 50
 Presents
Brain Wave 
Name : ____________________________________________ Roll No. :_______________________________ 
Sample Test Paper
Class - VI
PCCP Head Office:Address :
J-2, Jawahar Nagar, Main Road, Kota (Rajasthan)-324005
Contact. No. :
+91-0744-2434727, 8824078330, Fax : 0744-2427146 
Website :
www.pccp.resonance.ac.in
E-mail :
pccp@resonance.ac.in
 
BRAIN WAVE_CLASS-VI_PAGE # 1
1.
The side of a square increased from 4 cm to 9 cm. How much did the area of the square increase ?(A) 25 cm
2
(B) 36 cm
2
(C) 65 cm
2
(D) 81 cm
2
2.
The length of a square field is 6 m. Parul ran 6 rounds around the field. The total distance that shecovered, is-(A) 216 m(B) 144 m(C) 176 m(D) 186 m
3.
What is the missing number in the blank ?106.036 = 100 + 6 + _______ + 0.006(A) 3(B) 0.3(C) 0.03(D) 0.003
4.
A waiter receives a tip that equals 15% of a customer
s bill. If the meal costs Rs. 6.50, about how much
is the tip ?(A) About Rs. 0.15(B) About Rs. 0.25(C) About Rs. 0.65(D) About Rs. 1.00
5.
The equilateral triangle has a perimeter of 36 cm. Find the length of the side.(A) 12 cm(B) 27 cm(C) 57 cm(D) 72 cm
6.
3.476 x 100 =(A) 34.76(B) 3476(C) 347.6(D) 3.476
7.
Which number equals(A) 0.0036(B) 0.10036(C) 0.36(D) 0.361
8.
Rajeev wants to find out the distance between his house and his grandmothers house, which is in thenext country. Which unit of measurement should Rajeev use to find the distance?(A) Feet(B) Kilometers(C) Pounds(D) Litres
9.
The scale drawing for a new clubhouse is drawn so that 1 cm = 1 meter. If the scale drawing of theclubhouse is drawn with an area of 100 square cm, what will be the area of the actual clubhouse ?(A) 1 square meter(B) 10 meters(C) 10 square meters(D) 100 square meters
10.
A tailor had 40 m of cloth. He sold 16.8 m of it and divided the remaining into 4 equal pieces. What wasthe length of each piece of remaining cloth?(A) 4.2 m(B) 11.6 m(C) 5.8 m(D) 23.2 m
11.
If the day before yesterday is three days after Monday, then what day is it today ?(A) Monday(B) Tuesday(C) Wednesday(D) Saturday
12.
The numbers below form a pattern 23, 27, 33, 37, 43, 47
…………
.Which one of the following numbers
will fit the pattern when it is extended?(A) 51(B) 78(C) 104(D) 53
13.
If
RAIN
is coded as 3478 and
MY
is coded as 56, then
AIM
will be
(A) 478(B) 347(C) 534(D) 475
PART-I (MATHEMATICS & MENTAL ABILITY)
 
BRAIN WAVE_CLASS-VI_PAGE # 2
14.
How many cubes are needed to make the solid shown below?(A) 9(B) 14(C) 18(D) 21
15.
Figure P and Q are related in a particular manner. Establish the same relationship between figures R andS by choosing a figure from four alternatives :(A)(B)(C) (D)
16.
The sum of all numbers from 1 to 5 is -(A) Odd(B) Even(C) Prime number(D) Negative
17.
How many squares does the figure have ?(A) 6(B) 9(C) 7(D) 10
18.
Find the next figure of the following figure series which continue the pattern
 –
(A) (B) (C) (D)
19.
According to this diagram, how many students have more than one favorite type of book ?(A) 3(B) 5(C) 7(D) 8
20.
In these number sentences, each star represents the same number and the heart represents a differentnumber.What number does the star represent ?(A) 4(B) 3(C) 6(D) 7

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