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Brain wave 3 sample paper Class Viii

Brain wave 3 sample paper Class Viii

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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 - VIII
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-VIII_PAGE # 1
PART-I (MATHEMATICS & MENTAL ABILITY)
1.
The smallest 5-digit number of different digits formed by using the digits :3, 1, 0, 5 and 7 is(A) 13507(B) 10357(C) 13570(D) 10537
2.
The supplement angle of 29
° is :
(A) 171
°
(B) 151
°
(C) 111
°
(D) 211
°
3.
The value of 18 + [3 + {7 - 8 + (6 - 5) + 3} - 9] is:(A) -15(B) 13(C) 14(D) 15
4.
If 8 tickets of a movie cost Rs 480, then the cost of 3 tickets will be :(A) 170(B) 180(C) 190(D) 200
5.
A man purchased 26 buttons on one day and 14 on another day. Each button costs Rs. 12. The total costof these buttons is :(A) Rs.390(B) Rs.480(C) Rs.690(D) Rs.745
6.
A piece of wire 7/8 m long broke into 2 pieces. One piece was 1/4 m long. Then the length of other pieceis :(A) 3/8m(B) 2/8m(C) 1/8m(D) 5/8m
7.
In the following diagram
B :
C = 3 : 4 find
C :(A) 90
º
(B) 100
º
(C) 80
º
(D) 60
º
8.
Which of the following is the smallest :
53,8649,10057,2514
.(A)
2514
(B)
10057
(C)
8649
(D)
53
9.
A thin wire is bent into the form of a circle of radius 7 cm. If a square is made out of this wire, the side ofthe square would be :(A) 7 cm(B) 14 cm(C) 11 cm(D) 22 cm
10.
Simplify : 2x
 –
[3y
 –
{2x
 –
(y
 –
x)}]
(A) 5x + 4y(B) 5x
 –
4y
(C)
 –
5x
 –
4y
(D)
 –
5x + 4y
Direction (11 to 12 ) :
Find the missing number in the given series.
11.
20, 19, 17 , ? , 10, 5(A) 15(B) 14(C) 12(D) 13
 
BRAIN WAVE_CLASS-VIII_PAGE # 2
12.
12, 21, 23, 32, 34, 43, 45, ?(A) 54(B) 48(C) 77(D) 9
13.
Three of the following four are alike in a certain way and so form a group. Which is the one that does notbelong to that group ?(A) Bear(B) Goat(C) Lion(D) Tiger
14.
Anil is son of Suman but Suman is not a father of Anil. So what is the relation between them ?(A) Son-Father(B) Uncle-nephew(C) Mother-Son(D) Grandfather-Grandson
15.
Truck : Horn : : Bicycle : ________ (A) Bell(B) Tyre (C) Wheel (D) Driver
16.
Vijay earns more than Ajay. Ajay earns more than Sanjay. Then who earns the most ?(A) Ajay(B) Sanjay (C) Vijay (D) Not clear
17.
How many squares are there in the given figure.(A) 8(B) 11(C) 10(D) 9
18.
Three years ago Raju was 8 years younger than Sanju. What will be difference between their ages after5 years(A) 8 years(B) 7 years(C) 12 years(D) 15 years
19.
The boys of a class are in the queue. One boy is 9th in order from both the ends. How many boys arethere in the class ?(A) 17(B) 18(C) 20(D) 37
20.
How many squares are there in the given figure.(A) 6(B) 7(C) 8(D) 9

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