SAMPLE PAPER FOR NATIONAL SCIENCE
Time : 1 Hr. Max. Marks : 50
1. The booklet given in the examination hall will be the Question Paper. An OMR Answer Sheet will also be provided along with the Question Paper. 2. A candidate has to write his/her answers in the OMR sheet by darkening the appropriate bubble with the help of HB Pencil as the correct answer(s) of the question attempted. 3. Paper carries 50 questions. There are 2 sections, 15 in Section I and 35 in Section II. 4. Blank papers, clip boards, log tables, slide rule, calculators, mobile or any other electronic gadgets in any form is not allowed. 5. Write your Name & Roll No. in the space provided in the bottom of this booklet. 6. Before answering the paper, fill up the required details in the blank space provided in the answer sheet. 7. There is no negative marking. Do not spend too much time on a particular question. 8. No rough sheets will be provided by the invigilators. All the rough work is to be done in the blank space provided in the question paper. 9. In case of any dispute, the answer filled in the OMR sheet available with the institute shall be final.
Name : ____________________________________________ Roll No. : _______________________________
1 Harish does 15 sit-ups every morning for 120 consecutive days. How many sit-ups does he do? (A) 180 2. (B) 720 (C) 1,800 (D) 12,600
Expanded form of 37034 is (A) 3000 + 700 + 0 + 30 + 4 (C) 30000 + 10000 + 0 + 70 + 4 (B) 30000 + 700 + 0 + 10 + 4 (D) 30000 + 7000 + 0 + 30 + 4
There are 36 sixth graders in art class. The art teacher wants to arrange their pictures on the wall so that one is in the first row, two are in the second row, three are in the third row and so on. How many rows of pictures will there be ? (A) 8 rows (B) 9 rows (C) 10 rows (D) 11 rows
The librarian is setting up tables in the media center. He can place 4 chairs around one table. If he pushes 2 tables together he can place six chairs around the table. If 10 people need to sit around the table, how many tables should the librarian push together ?
(A) 3 5.
A cloth merchant bought 20 sarees at the rate of Rs. 250 per saree. If he sold them for Rs. 4800, his loss will be (A) Rs. 20 (B) Rs. 1000 (C) Rs. 200 (D) Rs. 2000
Direction : (6) Find the missing term(s) : 6. 3, 18, 12, ?, 66 (A) 36 7. (B) 72 (C) 48 (D) 60
Which one number can be placed at the sign of interrogation ?
4 6 14 8 8 6 14 8 5 6 ? 4
(C) 10 (Space For Rough Work)
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Pointing to an old man, Kailash said, “His son is my son’s uncle.” How is the old man related to Kailash? (A) Brother (B) Uncle (C) Father (D) Grandfather
Twenty percent of 25% of 20 is (A) 1 (B) 1/4 (C) 4 (D) 5
Direction : (10 to 11) In the following questions choose the missing word/letter/number in place of sign ? On the basis of the relationship between the word/letter/number given on the left right side of sign :: 10. 3 : 24 : : 5 : ? (A) 125 11. 1236 : 6321 : : 8251 : ? (A) 1358 12. (B) 1628 (C) 1528 (D) 8152 (B) 122 (C) 42 (D) 27
If GOOD is written HQRH how will you write DREAM ? (A) ESPBN (B) ETHER (C) ETHPQ (D) ESHDR
Sarika is 37 years older than Payal. If Sarika is 55 years old now, how old is Payal? (A) 12 years old (B) 18 years old (C) 28 years old (D) 92 years old
Two positions of a dice are given below. When 1 is at the top, which number will be at the bottom
(D) None of these
Direction : (15) Out of the four given figures, three are similar in a certain way. One figure is not like the other three. Which one of the figures does notbelong to this group ?
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16. Rubber is (A) Conductor 17. Glass is (A) Good conductor (B) Bad conductor (C) Best conductor (D) None of these (B) Insulator (C) Source of current (D) None of these
this symbol represents -
(A) Switch 19.
Objects that allow the partial passage of light through them are called (A) transparent object (B) translucent object (C) opaque object (D) None of these
The image on a plane mirror is (A) of the same size as the object (C) of a size larger than object (B) of a size smaller than object (D) All of these
Motion of minute hand of clock is (A) periodic (B) non - periodic (C) linear (D) vibratory
Sound can be produced by (A) constant vibrations (B) constant force (C) constant motion (D) None of these
North end of a compass needle is attracted by one end of a bar magnet. This end of the magnet is (A) north pole. (B) south pole. (C) positive pole. (D) negative pole.
The S.I. unit of mass is (A) kilogram. (B) centigram. (C) milligram. (D) tonne
The constituent of air that supports combustion is(A) oxygen (B) nitrogen (C) carbon dioxide (D) (A) and (B) both
Which gas makes up major part of the air ? (A) Nitrogen (B) Argon (C) Helium (Space For Rough Work) (D) Krypton
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______________ is a cellulose fibre. (A) Cotton (B) Wool (C) Silk (D) None of these
Eri is a type of (A) silk (B) wool (C) cotton (D) None of these
Ice melts at (A) 100 0C. (B) 0 0C. (C) 4 0C. (D) -2 0C.
Which fibre burns with a yellow flame ? (A) Silk (B) Nylon (C) Rayon (D) None of these
Standard unit of measurement was created by (A) Indians. (B) Romans. (C) Italians. (D) French.
The purest form of natural water is (A) rain water. (B) river water. (C) pond water. (D) sea water.
Air plays an important role for: (A) Water cycle (B) Heat cycle (C) Matter cycle (D) Carnot cycle
Salinity of sea water is about (A) 1.5 %. (B) 2.5 %. (C) 4.5 %. (D) 10 %.
The animal which hunts to feed in daytime is (A) bat. (B) cat. (C) owl. (D) cockroach.
The instrument used to measure the volume of milk is (A) metre scale. (B) vernier caliper. (C) measuring cylinder. (D) stop watch.
All of the given can feed on insects except (A) crocodile. (B) frog. (C) lizard. (D) snake.
Nectar is (A) a place where bees live. (C) sweet juice of flowers. (B) processed honey. (D) name of queen bee.
Hair, nails, skin and muscles are made of mainly (A) fats. (B) carbohydrates. (C) proteins. (D) calcium.
Example of a soft material is (A) iron. (B) plastic. (C) sponge. (D) wood.
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The source of fats obtained from animals is (A) coconut oil. (B) butter. (C) groundnut oil. (D) mustard oil.
The chemical used to test the presence of starch is (A) spirit. (B) iodine. (C) NaOH. (D) water.
Vapourisation occurs only when water is (A) cooled (B) heated (C) freezed (D) melted.
The outer skeleton of a snail is called (A) shell. (B) skull. (C) backbone. (D) cartilage.
The colour of the dustbin used for collecting re-usable garbage is (A) black (B) blue (C) red. (D) green.
An example of a device which requires electricity is a (A) cell. (B) portable generator. (C) camera. (D) terminal.
The part of plant that bears leaves, flowers and fruits is (A) primary root. (C) secondary root. (B) stem. (D) nodes.
A windmill used to draw water from tube wells and to run flour mills is rotated by the action of (A) water. (B) wind. (C) oxygen. (D) electricity.
An edible root is (A) ginger. (B) potato. (C) carrot. (D) onion.
The colour obtained in a chemical test using copper sulphate solution that confirms the presence of proteins in a given food item is (A)blue. (B) purple. (C) violet. (D) yellow.
Que s. Ans Que s. Ans Que s. Ans Que s. Ans
1 C 16 B 31 D 46 C
2 D 17 B 32 A 47 B
3 A 18 B 33 A 48 B
4 B 19 B 34 B 49 C
5 C 20 A 35 B 50 C
(Space For Rough Work) 6 7 8 9
B 21 A 36 C C 22 A 37 A C 23 B 38 C A 24 A 39 C
10 B 25 A 40 C
11 C 26 A 41 B
12 B 27 A 42 B
13 B 28 A 43 B
14 D 29 C 44 A
15 D 30 C 45 B
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