CTET Child development and Pedagogy MCQs

1. A major strength of ecological theory is its framework for explaining (a) Environmental influences on development. (b) Biological influences on development. (c) Cognitive development. (d) Affective processes in development. 2. All of the following advanced principles of child development that are closely allied to the stimulus response learning theory, except (a) Pavilov (b) J B Waston (c) Hull (d) Gesell 3. The process whereby the genetic factors limit an individual's responsiveness to the environment is known as (a) Canalization. (b) Discontinuity. (c) Differentiation. (d) Range of reaction. 4. In order to develop the spirit of labour in students (a) The teacher himself should indulge in labour (b) The teacher should deliver lectures on the importance of labour (c) Students should be given opportunities to do labour from time to time (d) Students should be given examples of laboring people 5. A child has been admitted to your school who belongs to a back ward family/background from the cultural viewpoint. You will (a) Keep him in a class in which, there are many more students of backward background from the cultural viewpoint (b) Send a teacher to know more about the backward cultural background of the child (c) Keep him in a normal class but will make special arrangements for teaching him, keeping his special needs in view (d) Advise him to take up vocational education 6. All of the following can be signs that a child is gifted, except (a) Early development of a sense of time (b) Interest in encyclopaedias and dictionaries (c) Uneasy relationships with peers. (d) Easy retention of facts 7. If heredity is an important determinant of a specific behaviour, what prediction can we make about expression of the behaviour in identical twins reared apart compared to its expression in fraternal twins reared apart? (a) Fraternal twins will express the behaviour more similarly than identical twins. (b) There will be little similarity in the expression of the behaviour in either set of twins. (c) Identical twins will express the behaviour more similarly than fraternal twins. (d) The behaviour will be expressed as similarly by identical twins as it is by fraternal twins.

8. Frobel’s most important contribution to education was his development of the (a) Vocational school (b) Public high school (c) Kindergarten (d) Latin School 9. Of the following, the main purpose of state certification of teachers is to (a) Monitor the quality of teacher training institutions (b) Provide for a uniform standard of entry-level teacher competency throughout the state (c) Exclude from the profession those not trained in pedagogy (d) Exclude from the profession those who are mentally unhealthy 10. The key difference between evolutionary and cultural change is that evolutionary change alters __________ whereas cultural change alters ____________. (a) Reproduction; environment (b) Heredity; environment (c) Environment; behavior (d) Development; learning 11. (a) (b) (c) (d) 12. to: (a) (b) (c) (d) test The current view of childhood assumes that Children are similar to adults in most ways. Children are best treated as young adults. Childhood is basically a "waiting period." Childhood is a unique period of growth and change. In preparing a fifth grade class to take a standardized reading test the teacher is best advised Tell the children the test is very important and they should do the best they can Ditto key questions from a previous test and allow the pupils to answer them Coach the below grade level readers, as the rest of the class will do well anyway Give the pupils practice in answering questions similar to the type that will appear on the

13. A normal child of twelve years of age is most likely to (a) Have difficulty with gross motor coordination (b) Have feelings of anxiety about pleasing adults (c) Confine his/her interests to here and now (d) Be eager for peer approval 14. Creative writing should be an activity planned for (a) Only those children reading on grade level (b) Only those children who can spell and also, can write cohesive sentences (c) Only those children who want to write for the newspaper of the class (d) All children 15. Of the following, the most promising step for a teacher to take in order to improve class discipline is to (a) Note specific infractions of class rules in the marking book (b) Evaluate his/her materials, methods and approaches to children (c) Consult the class and agree upon a graduated series of punishments (d) Call a parent – teacher meeting to discuss the situation

The reason why students run from school is (a) Lack of interesting class teaching work (b) Lack of interest in studies on the part of students (c) Not giving punishment to students (d) Callous attitude of teachers towards the problem 21. (a) (b) (c) (d) Most psychologists believe that development is due Largely to nature. The question "Will the shy child who never speaks turn into a quiet. The term ‘identical elements’ is closely associated with: . shy adult or wilL the child become a sociable. To nature and nurture acting separately. social. (a) (b) (c) (d) Child development is defined as a field of study that Examines change in human abilities. Compares children to adults to senior citizens. 19. You will (a) Remain pleased with him (b) Not give him additional homework (c) Motivate him so that he can make more progress (d) Inform his parents about the fact that he is intelligent 22.16. talkative person?" is concerned with which developmental issue? (a) Maturation (b) Continuity and discontinuity (c) Cultural universals versus cultural relativism (d) Nature and nurture 17. You find a student to be intelligent. The normal twelve –year –old child is most likely to: (a) Have difficulty with gross motor coordination (b) Have anxiety feelings about pleasing adults (c) Confine his/her interests to the here and now (d) Be eager for peer approval 20. Seeks to explain behaviour across the life span. you will (a) Force them to study (b) Tell those students to leave the class and enjoy (c) Warn them that they must study else you will report the matter to the Principal (d) Tell them some interesting things related to their interests or your own subject 23. and other capacities. 24. Largely to nurture. If some students are not in a mood to study in the class. A child from a disorganized home will experience the greatest difficulty with: (a) Well structured lessons (b) Independent study (c) Programmed instruction (d) Workbooks 18. To an interaction of nature and nurture. Accounts for the gradual evolution of the child's cognitive.

Organismic theories of development hold that (a) Psychological structures and processes within the child help determine his/her development. He would not agree with the importance of: (a) Genetic factors. you will (a) Not ask questions from him (b) Ask only those questions from him whose answers can be given by him (c) Not ask those questions from him whose answers are beyond his means and due to which. The current movement of behavior modification. How will you bring a hyperactive child on the right path? (a) Make him sit in front of the class and keep a strict vigil on him (b) Allocate a seat for him in a corner of the class (c) Give him tasks of watering trees. making toys of clay etc. Knowledge of child psychology is a must for a primary teacher. 26. 27. cleaning the blackboard. Absenteeism can be tackled by : . A Person believes that nurture strongly influences the development of his child. wherein tokens are awarded for correct responses. (c) The types of toys at home. (c) Passively developed structures and processes within the child help determine his/her development.(a) Group instruction (b) Transfer of learning (c) Jealousy between twins (d) Similar test questions 25. (b) Exposure to peers. (d) Slowly developed structures and processes within the child help determine his/her development. is a reflection of: (a) Herbart’s Five Steps (b) Lock’s Tabula rasa (c) Thorndike’s Law of Effect (d) Thorndike’s Law of Exercise Child Development and Pedagogy and below are some questions on the same section. 1. That is because (a) It helps in making children disciplined (b) The examination result is improved (c) It becomes a convenient mode for motivating children (d) It helps the teacher in understanding the behavior of children 30. If student is too shy to participate in the class. (b) Physical structures and processes within the child help determine his/her development. (d) None of above 29. he may become objects of ridicule in the class (d) Ask questions from him only when he is keen to answer them 28. (d) The warmth displayed by the parents.

One of. 4.the students of a class hardly talks in the class. Good reading aims at developing: (l) understanding (2) pronunciation (3) sensitivity (4) increasing factual knowledge 13. Success in developing values is mainly dependent upon: (1) government (2) society (3) family (4) teacher 12. Discipline means: (1) strict-behaviour (2) severe punishment (3) obedience (4) going by the rules 3. (4) Teaching skills 7. Which of the following is not related to educational achievement? (1) Heredity (2) Experiences (3) Practice (4) Self learning 15. How would you encourage him to express himself? (1) By orgariising discussions (2) By encouraging children to take part in . (1) _ ability to help children understand texts thoroughly (2) ability to help children do all the exercises (3) ability to raise possible actions from the texts (4) ability to help children from their own opinions on the text 10. give preference to none (4) you deal according to need 5. (1) Oration skill (2) Listening skills (3) Managerial skills. The primary duty of a teacher is to be responsible to his/her: (1) family (2) students (3) society (4) nation 14. One of the basic priniclples of socializing Individuals is : (1) religion (2) caste (3) educational (4) imitation Directions (6-10) : Which of the' skills do you consider most essential for a teacher? 6. (1) encourage children to search for knowledge (2) have all the information for the children (3) ability to make children memorize materials (4) enable children to do well in tests 8. (1) identify gifted children (2) have an understanding of all children abilities (3) identify children with learning disabilities (4) none of the above 9. (1) to communicate well {2) to use difficult language (3) to impress students (4) to read out the textbook 11. In co-education you want't to : (1) make separate rows of boys and girls (2) you give preference to boys over girls (3) you. If any girl child does not corne to school regularly you will (1) no bother (2) struck off her name (3) complain to the Principal (4) meet the parents and encourage them .(1) teaching (2) punishing the students (3) giving the sweets (4) contacting the parents 2.

8. 1. (b) 10.4. (d) 14. (b) 25. 19 m d. 3. Placing at the same position if it is inclined on to other side of a road. Instead of taking 35 as one of the multipliers. (d) 28. (c) 29. (d) 19. 3 ctet objective math sample paper Test of Numerical Ability for Forthcomming Exam 1. (b) 18. 4. (d) 21. 7. (c) 5. 10. (d) 12. 5.children feel like speaking(4) By giving good marks to those who express them'selves well ANSWERS 1. 5 : 4 5. As a result. 1. 1440 d. A person wants to invest his savings in these bonds in such a way that he received equal half yearly interest from both the bonds. (c) 6. 1050 b.1) c. 4. 1. (d) 15. (c) 7. 4. 9. it reaches a point 9m above the ground. he took 53. (d) 17. (b) 16. (d) 23. (c) 9. 15. What is the new product ? a. (d) 4. (c) Answers: 1. A ladder on a road when inclined on a wall reaches a point 12 m above ground. He should invest in these bonds in the ratio : a. 2 : 5 c. (a) 2. 4 : 5 d. (d) 24. If monthly scores were given equal weightage and final scores are given double weightage . (b) 11. (c) 8. 17 m b. Ashok had to do a multiplication. Let A = (x + 1)/(x – 1 ) and B = (x – 1)/(x + 1). 2. A student secured 60.classroom activities (3) By organizing educational games/ programmes in which . 0 b. what is the width of the road ? a. If the length of ladder is 15 m. 4. Determine the value of A – B a. 5 : 2 b. 3. 2. 4. 5. 12. 13. 4. 75 and 85 in Mathematics monthly test. (a) 26. none of these 3. 4x/(x² . (d) 3. the product went up by 540. what are his average marks in . (d) 30. None of these 2. 3. (a) 27.1590 c. 21 m 4. 11. x/(x² . 14.1) d. (c) 22. (d) 13. 2. The rate of interest on two bonds is in the ratio of 4 : 5. 23 m c. (d) 20. 1.

5.5. A sells a product having a printed price of Rs.a. 1/3 d. 1.4 m b. It took another 20 minutes to fill the tank. Three taps A. for 2 years is Rs.000 c. a. 65 b.1728 c. 5/11 10. 12 inches b. Rs.2160 d. tap C is closed and another tap D is opened. B and C can fill the tank in 30 minutes. What was the purchase price on which A purchased this product ? a.50.8 m c. 3/7 b. if the left out portion has to be the least ? a. Rs. 5. Rs. Rs. Find the principal amount. The difference between the compound interest and simple interest on a sum of money at the rate of 10% p. the new fraction is 3/5.1980 b. A rod of length 300 inches is to be cut into three pieces of integer length such that length of the first piece is square of the second and that of the second is square of the third. Find the diameter of the wheel.400 at a discount of 10% on printed price. 30 inches .1800 7. Rs. What is the original fraction if its denominator is more than twice the numerator by 1 ? a. A wheel travels a distance of 22 km in 2500 revolutions. 36 minutes 11. None of these 9. If the numerator of a fraction is doubled and the denominator is increased by 3. 18 minutes b. Rs.000 d. a. 8 inches d. 6/13 c.4. 24 inches c.Mathematics ? a. 30 minutes d. He earns a profit of 25% in this sale. None of these 8. 75 c. 2.2. All the three taps are opened simultaneously and after 10 minutes. None of these 6. 80 d.500 b. How much time does tap D take to empty a full tank ? a. What is the length of the left out portion. 24 minutes c.6 m d. 45 minutes and 60 minutes respectively. Rs.

360 c. D died and his share was distributed equally among the surviving partners.000 b. Find the original strength of the class ? a.70 d. Rs. 400000 b. B and C were partners sharing profits in the ratio of 2 : 3 : 4 : 6. 3 d. How much money was invested in company X ? a.20. The price per kg at which he sold the mix to the customer is : a. The sum is : a. 600000 c. None of these 13.50 and Rs. In a school. None of these 17. The difference between simple interest and compound interest on a certain sum of money for 2 years at 10% p. An investor invested a sum of Rs. Rs. None of these 14. 4 : 5 : 6 . Rs. In an examination A gets 40% of total marks and B gets 80% of that of A. If the number of girls is increased by 15% and the number o boys is increased by 50%. If the required pass percentage is 36.20988.90 c. how many of these four students passed the examination ? a. 540 b. 600 16.60/kg respectively.12. C gets 60% of A’s and B’s marks taken together. None of these 18.10 respectively. 4 15. The amount on a certain sum for 3 and 4 years at a certain rate of compound interest are Rs.4200. 2 c.100/kg. D gets 45% of A’s and C’s marks taken together. 12% c.18250.000 in the form of dividend and interest from these two companies. 1 b. 10% b. What will be the new profits sharing ratio ? a.110 b.10 lakhs in shares of company X and of company Y. He then mixed them in the ratio of 3 : 4 : 5 by weight and sold the same to a customer at 50% profit. is Rs.16. 720 d. Company X’s share yields 24% in cash each year and the rate of interest on company Y’s debentures is 16%.a.08. Rs.80/kg and Rs. the number of girls exceeds the number of boys by 60. Rs. What is the rate of interest ? a. He received a total of Rs.24.000 d. 650000 d. A dry fruit seller purchased 3 kinds of nuts at the rate of Rs. Rs.000 c. 13% d.2. there would be 15 boys more than girls. Rs. A.

4. 2 : 3 b.b. If the interest compounded annually on a certain sum at a certain rate of interest for 2 years is equal to 55% of the simple interest on the same amount at the same rate of interest for twice the time period. 22. 627 b. find the ratio in which the money was lent.1000 from a moneylender for a period of one year. 2 : 3 : 4 c. None of these 19. how much would it cost(in rupees). A vehicle changed hands 3 times and at each time the loss to the earlier owner was 10%. However. None of these 21. 12% . 25% d. None of these 23. the moneylender deducted Rs.Y to whitewash the 4 walls of a room. 10. If the interest received after one year is Rs.290.800 to him. 20 Y 22. find the original price of the vehicle (in rupees). 5. a. a. if all the dimensions were to be 5 times the original dimensions ? a.5% 25. At the end of 6 months.065.200 as interest charges and gave Rs. 1 : 2 d. 27. 25 Y c. A man pays off 3/20 of his debt every month . 5 Y b. What is the three digit number which is a 2 more than a perfect square and 2 less than a perfect cube ? a. A sum of Rs. 3 : 2 c. If the overall loss was Rs.000 20. 450 d. 3 : 4 : 5 d. Y wanted to borrow Rs. 400 b.4000 was lent partly at 6% and partly at 8% simple interest. If it costs Rs. What is the rate of interest at which Y has borrowed the money ? a. 15. 25 Y² d. 123 d. 402 c. find the rate of interest. 435 c. 20% b. his remaining debt is Rs. a.5% c.000 d. 500 24. 10. How much amount (in rupees) has he cleared off every month ? a.272.000 b.500 c.

a16. b 23. c 15. None of these ANSWER 1. B 11. b ctet test paper Environmental Science (EVS) for Paper-I Environmental Science (EVS) for Paper-I (MCQ) Teacher Eligibility Test (Practice Paper 01) 1. a 10. b 8. C 21. 24% d. d 13. We have days and nights because of: (a) Earth’s rotation (b) Earth’s revolution (c) Sun’s rotation (d) Sun’s revolution 2. clay & gravel (c) Sand. b 17. Which of the following does not belong to the group formed by the other trees? (a) Mango (b) Coconut (c) Tamarind (d) Neem 5. b 22. a 19. 20% c. humus & gravel (d) Humus. d 14.b. Which of the following plays an important role in the cause of rainfall (a) Evaporation (b) Condensation (c) Both evaporation & condensation (c) Filteration 7. The tail of flying birds acts as rudder. c 2. sand & clay 4. By this statement we can understand that the tail acts as: (a) A part of the body which is beautiful (b) A part which wards off flies and mosquitoes (c) A part which guides the bird while flying (d) A part which helps the bird take off 3. The combination of which of the following soils is best for plant growth (a) Clay. In spring which of the following occurs? (a) The days are longer & nights are shorter (b) The nights are longer & days are shorter (c) Days and nights are of almost equal duration (d) None of the above 6. d 18. b 12. d 4. b 24. b 7. c 25. sand & gravel (b) Humus. b 3. D 6. A human body consists of ________ number of bones (a) 205 (b) 206 (c) 207 . c 9. c 20. d 5.

(d) 10. (b) 1 day (c) 1 year (d) Both A & B . will the cube be sweetest? (a) Front (b) Middle (c) Rear (d) Sides 9. (a) 2. but they cannot eat the flesh of the of other animals. in which part of his tongue. (d) 4. Non-green plants like mushroom can’t make their own food because: (a) They are too small (b) They lack chlorophyll (c) They lack photo-tropism (d) They lack roots to suck water 3. (c) ctet and bihar tet sample paper Environmental Science Paper-2 Environmental Science (EVS) for Paper-I (MCQ) Teacher Eligibility Test (Practice Paper 02) 1.(d) 208 8. How much time does the earth take to complete one rotation? (a) 24 hrs. Cows have strong grinding teeth at the back of the mouth. mats and liquids) that we generally use in our homes are: (a) Pesticides (b) Fertilizers (c) Sedatives (d) Insecticides 10. The mosquito repellent (coils. (b) 5. During summer the earth is (a) Closer to the sun (b) Away from the sun (c) Closer to the moon (d) Away from the moon 2. This is because: (a) They do not need to eat the flesh (b) They don’t have strong grinding teeth at the front (c) They don’t have long sharp pointed teeth (d) They dislike eating flesh ANSWERS 1. (c) 7. eat their food by: (a) Tearing its flesh (b) A process called cud chewing (c) Swallowing it as a whole (d) Sucking its blood 4. Sanjay has a sugar cube in her mouth. crocodiles. (b) 8. (a) 9. etc. (c) 6. (c) 3. Most of the reptiles like snakes.

Which of the following is not a part of the excretory system? (a) Eyes (b) Kidneys (c) Lungs (d) Skin 7. Which Indian scientist has got a Nobel Prize for his contribution in physics? (a) Rabindra Nath Tagore (b) Mahatma Gandhi (c) Albert Einstein (d) Hargovind Khurana 22. the water level: (a) Increases (b) Decreases (c) Remains the same . Which part of the body controls all the other organs? (a) Heart (b) Eyes (c) Brain (d) Stomach 9. When some sugar is dissolved in a glass of water.5. How many muscles are there in a human body? (a) 600 (b) 700 (c) 800 (d) 900 6. The tomato plant falls under the category of: (a) Herbs (b) Shrubs (c) Trees (d) Grass ANSWERS 1. (c) 9. (d) 5.test paper (EVS)-3 Evironmental Science (EVS) for Paper-I (MCQ) Teacher Eligibility Test (Practice Paper 03) 21. Flamingos have ______ kind of feet (a) Perching (b) Wading (c) Webbed (d) None of these 10. (a) ctet/Bihar tet. (a) 6. (c) 4. (b) 10. (b) 8. (b) 2. During breathing which gas is most required by us? (a) Hydrogen (b) Oxygen (c) Carondioxide (d) Nitrogen 8. (b) 3. (a) 7.

it is called: (a) Skull (b) Cranium (c) Jawbone (d) Collarbone 28. Our sun is: (a) Planet (b) Satellite (c) Comet (d) Star ANSWERS 21. (d) 22. The young ones of the frog are called: (a) Young frogs (b) Frog cubs (c) Puppies (d) Tadpoles 29. Our head is made up of only one movable bone. our lungs have to: (a) Contract (b) Expand (c) Be still (d) None of the above 27. (c) 30. (a) 25. (c) 23. (b) 24. (c) 28. (d) 29. The process of solid changing into liquid upon the supply of heat is called: (a) Condensation (b) Evaporation (c) Melting (d) Boiling 26.(d) None of the above 23. (d) CTET SAMPLE PAPERS FOR ENGLISH . We slip very easily on a wet floor because (a) Water reduces the friction (b) Water increases the friction (c) We slip because we lose our balance (d) None of the above 25. (c) 26. (a) 27. Paper is mainly made up of: (a) Cellulose & starch (b) Polythene & cotton (c) Bamboo & grass (d) Sunflower & Maize 30. The nature of relationship between condensation & evaporation is: (a) They are the same (b) They are opposite (c) They are similar but not in all respects (d) None of the above 24. When we exhale.

Directions—(Q. His ……… directions misled us we did not know which of the two roads to take. 1. 6–10) In each of the following sentences four words or phrases have been bold. for (C) each individual is born (D) with his characteristics traits. It is foolish to be expecting (A) one person to be like another (B) person. Ans : (A) 8. He went to the library ……… to find that it was closed. Only one bold part in each sentence is not accepted in standard English. The ties that bind us together in common activity are so ………that they can disappear at any moment. (B). race and religion. (A) emotional (B) democratic (C) intolerant (D) liberal Ans : (C) Directions—(Q. It would be difficult for one so ……… to believe that all men are equal irrespective of caste. (A) inevitable–vehemently (B) subtle–violently (C) clever–abruptly (D) sympathetic–angrily Ans : (A) 4. The tendency to believe (A) that (B) man is inherently dishonest is something (C) that will be decried. Identify that part and mark its letter (A). Choose the word or set of words that best completes the sentence meaningfully. (C) or (D) in your as answer. Gaze for a thing (A) that are not (B) available easily (C) in the country is a universal phenomenon. 1–5) Each sentence has one or two blanks. (A) seldom (B) never (C) only (D) solely Ans : (C) 2. She rejected it ………. Her reaction to his proposal was ………. Ans : (B) . (A) tentative (B) tenuous (C) consistent (D) restrictive Ans : (B) 3. (D) Ans : (D) 9. (D) Ans : (B) 7. I have not come across very (A) few (B) people who (C) think of thing beyond (D) their daily work. (A) complicated (B) ambiguous (C) narrow (D) fantastic Ans : (B) 5. 6.

21 m 4. 0 b.10. 19 m d.1728 c.400 at a discount of 10% on printed price. Ans : (C) CTET OBJECTIVE MATH SAMPLE PAPER Test of Numerical Ability for Forthcomming Exam 1. A student secured 60. 23 m c.1590 c. If the length of ladder is 15 m. If monthly scores were given equal weightage and final scores are given double weightage . 17 m b. He earns a profit of 25% in this sale. Instead of taking 35 as one of the multipliers. 2 : 5 c. he took 53. Ashok had to do a multiplication.1800 . what are his average marks in Mathematics ? a. Placing at the same position if it is inclined on to other side of a road. the product went up by 540.1) d. 65 b. A ladder on a road when inclined on a wall reaches a point 12 m above ground.1980 b. 4 : 5 d. What was the purchase price on which A purchased this product ? a. 4x/(x² . None of these 2. Determine the value of A – B a. Rs. Rs. The rate of interest on two bonds is in the ratio of 4 : 5. 5 : 2 b. 80 d.1) c. 1440 d. He managed to board (A) the running train (B) but all his luggages (C) was (D) left on the station. As a result.2.2160 d. 75 and 85 in Mathematics monthly test. A sells a product having a printed price of Rs. None of these 6. 5 : 4 5. x/(x² . He should invest in these bonds in the ratio : a. A person wants to invest his savings in these bonds in such a way that he received equal half yearly interest from both the bonds. what is the width of the road ? a. it reaches a point 9m above the ground. Rs. 75 c. 1050 b. Rs. none of these 3. What is the new product ? a. Let A = (x + 1)/(x – 1 ) and B = (x – 1)/(x + 1).

12% c. None of these 9. 3/7 b. 1.50 and Rs. How much time does tap D take to empty a full tank ? a.10 respectively. Rs. All the three taps are opened simultaneously and after 10 minutes.000 c. 36 minutes 11. The difference between simple interest and compound interest on a certain sum of money for 2 years at 10% p. Rs. if the left out portion has to be the least ? a. What is the length of the left out portion. 8 inches d. 18 minutes b. Rs. A wheel travels a distance of 22 km in 2500 revolutions. Rs. B and C can fill the tank in 30 minutes. The difference between the compound interest and simple interest on a sum of money at the rate of 10% p.4 m b. 24 inches c. the new fraction is 3/5.8 m c.20988.000 c. 2. If the numerator of a fraction is doubled and the denominator is increased by 3. Rs. 5.24.16.4.a. 6/13 c.4200. The sum is : a. Three taps A.7. a. is Rs. tap C is closed and another tap D is opened. It took another 20 minutes to fill the tank.20.500 b. 30 minutes d. The amount on a certain sum for 3 and 4 years at a certain rate of compound interest are Rs.5. 1/3 d.6 m d.5. None of these 8. Rs. What is the rate of interest ? a. a. 24 minutes c. 45 minutes and 60 minutes respectively. A rod of length 300 inches is to be cut into three pieces of integer length such that length of the first piece is square of the second and that of the second is square of the third.a. 5/11 10.000 .000 b. Find the principal amount.50. for 2 years is Rs. 10% b. 30 inches 12. Find the diameter of the wheel.000 d. What is the original fraction if its denominator is more than twice the numerator by 1 ? a. 12 inches b.18250. 13% d. None of these 13.

B and C were partners sharing profits in the ratio of 2 : 3 : 4 : 6.70 d. 15. Find the original strength of the class ? a. In a school. Rs.500 c. 600000 c. 360 c.000 in the form of dividend and interest from these two companies. 4 15. None of these 17. If the overall loss was Rs. 4 : 5 : 6 b. Rs.60/kg respectively. 650000 d. A.000 20. If the required pass percentage is 36. find the original price of the vehicle (in rupees).000 b.90 c. D gets 45% of A’s and C’s marks taken together.80/kg and Rs. a.d.065. 2 c. None of these 14. how many of these four students passed the examination ? a.2. None of these 18.000 d. 720 d. 1 b. C gets 60% of A’s and B’s marks taken together. He received a total of Rs. 2 : 3 : 4 c. An investor invested a sum of Rs. In an examination A gets 40% of total marks and B gets 80% of that of A.08.110 b. What is the three digit number which is a 2 more than a perfect square and 2 less than a perfect cube ? . A dry fruit seller purchased 3 kinds of nuts at the rate of Rs. None of these 19. 3 d. the number of girls exceeds the number of boys by 60. 600 16.4. D died and his share was distributed equally among the surviving partners. What will be the new profits sharing ratio ? a. 400000 b. 10. How much money was invested in company X ? a.10 lakhs in shares of company X and of company Y. 5. Rs. The price per kg at which he sold the mix to the customer is : a. 10. Company X’s share yields 24% in cash each year and the rate of interest on company Y’s debentures is 16%. If the number of girls is increased by 15% and the number o boys is increased by 50%. A vehicle changed hands 3 times and at each time the loss to the earlier owner was 10%. Rs. He then mixed them in the ratio of 3 : 4 : 5 by weight and sold the same to a customer at 50% profit. 3 : 4 : 5 d. 540 b.100/kg. there would be 15 boys more than girls.

4000 was lent partly at 6% and partly at 8% simple interest. c 25. find the ratio in which the money was lent. 5 Y b. b 12. a. 25% d. However. 500 24. b 8. 25 Y² d. If the interest received after one year is Rs. 3 : 2 c.Y to whitewash the 4 walls of a room. d 13. How much amount (in rupees) has he cleared off every month ? a. b CTET Social Science for Paper-II .272. 12% b. c 20. find the rate of interest.290. 123 d. c 21. 20% b.5% c. Y wanted to borrow Rs. d 4.200 as interest charges and gave Rs. 24% d.a. A sum of Rs. 25 Y c. 2 : 3 b. 627 b. c 2. c 9. 27. 450 d. the moneylender deducted Rs. b 7. c 15. 22. b 11. At the end of 6 months. None of these ANSWER 1. d 5. b 3. a 10. 402 c. None of these 21. his remaining debt is Rs.1000 from a moneylender for a period of one year. d 14.5% 25. a 19. 400 b. b 22. how much would it cost(in rupees). 1 : 2 d. A man pays off 3/20 of his debt every month . If it costs Rs. if all the dimensions were to be 5 times the original dimensions ? a. b 23. 20 Y 22. a. 435 c. What is the rate of interest at which Y has borrowed the money ? a. a 16. None of these 23. 20% c. d 18. b 24.800 to him. b 17. If the interest compounded annually on a certain sum at a certain rate of interest for 2 years is equal to 55% of the simple interest on the same amount at the same rate of interest for twice the time period. d 6.

Arya Samaj. 3.Raja Ram Mohan Roy d. From the above statement. China 2.Vivekananda c. Simla Agreement D.London 2. Which pairs are correctly matched? Select the correct alternative. I . IV 2. Some persons and events are stated below: A. d and e 4. Tashkant Declaration C. Lord Ripon III The French Revolution D. Which of the following pairs is correctly matched? 1. D B A C 4.Hague 3. Olcott II Duel Government in Bengal C. II D. A I B. A.Paris 2. Arrange the following Indo-Pak events in correct chronological order. II C. 7th person is Indian 4. ILO . 6th person is Indian 3. Veda Samaj . Which of the following countries fits in a completely reverse position explained in the above statement? 1. Creation of Bangladesh B. A C D B 2.Cembeti Sridharlu Naidu 1. Col. Tipu Sultan IV The Local Self Government Which of the following indicates the correct matching of the above 7 1. a. c and d 6. 5th person is Indian 2. Australia 5. A II B. A B C D 3-4 Direction: Read the following statement and answer the questions that follow. ICJ . Warren Hastings I Theosophical Society of India B. 8th person is Indian 4. Brahmo Samaj . Bangladesh 3. a and d 2. b and e 3. United Kingdom 4. B A C D 3. "India with over 2 percent of the world's geographical area is inhibited by 16 percent of the world population". Ill D. WHO . UNESCO . Ramakrishna Mission .Dayanand Saraswati b. Lahore Declaration Which order is correct? 1.Washington 4.Syed Ahmed Khan e. Aligarh Movement . III C.Sample Questions in Social Sciences 1. it is inferred that in the world population almost every 1.

III 7. Mesosphere. Troposphere 2. get toppled 2. Read the following statements A. The later part of the eighteenth century saw two revolutions. Russian Revolution and French Revolution 2. The first one involved English Government against its thirteen colonies. B. A is true. which played an important role in the making of the modem world. Both A and B are false 12 12. The Renaissance emphasized the value of reason and scientific temper in life. Which statements are true? 1. c. American Revolution and French Revolution 3. Stratosphere. wreck 4. B is false 2. Which of the following Revolutions is related to the thirteen English Colonies? 1. a and c 4. III D. Ionosphere. B is true 3. The towns in Canadian prairies developed after the construction of Canadian Pacific Railway. Stated below are some statements. A is false.3. Both A and B are true 4. Which of the following are these? 1. The Industrial Revolution in England led to the decline of Cottage Industries in India. A volcano erupts on the ocean floor and a ship is located on the oceanic surface very close to the epicentre. Stratosphere. Russian Revolution 2. not much of a change 11. Mesosphere. Which one of the following sequences of the atmospheric layers will a space shuttle encounter while returning to the earth? 1. I D. Which one of the following conditions will the ship face? 1. Most of the Cities of India were connected by railways after these had already developed. Troposphere . Ionosphere. b and c 8-9. The passage is referring to two revolutions. 4. American Revolution 3. A II B. b and c 3. Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow. Which one of the following is correct? 1. 8. drift away 3. IV C. a. French Revolution and Chinese Revolution 9. Industrial Revolution 4. II C. Most of the people settled in these colonies had come from England. The Modern Age suddenly came into existence b. American Revolution and Chinese Revolution 4. a and b 2. French Revolution 10. a. I A IV B.

Lord Ripon with the Local Self Government and Tipu Sultan with the French Revolution. Hence. which shows in sequence the limits of crust. creation of Bangladesh in 1971. plains 14. 8 2 This question is based on a given passage. Given below are some characteristics of a region. Mesosphere. UNESCO at not at Washington. A quarter of world's mammals are at risk of extinction. WHO is not at Paris. Col.4 and 5 respectively. You have to find out which revolutions the passage is referring to. and Shimla Agreement in 1972. outer core and inner core represented by 1. Here the first statement is not true. Rainfall is scanty b. 3 Lahore Declaration took place in 1929. 7 2 In this question you have to reason out which statements are true.2. b. Which of the following scales represents the correct pattern of measurement? 15. Global warming will trigger a devastating rise in sea levels. For the first revolution the hint is given in the passage. where the settlers were from .No. Large scale urbanization 3. 3 2 16% of the World Population means 1/6th of the population. plateaus 4. All the other three countries are thickly populated. 6 3 Warren Hastings was associated with dual Government in Bengal. and ILO not at London. outer mantle. Read the following: a. Therefore alternative 2 is the answer. Olcott with Theosophical Society of India. Troposphere 13. Which of the following best explains all of the above? 1. 5 3 The answer key gives the clue. inner mantle. c. Tashkent Declaration in 1966. Therefore. a. 2. which implies that every 6th person is an Indian. Given below is the scale.3. Stratosphere. 2 International Court of Justice is located at Hague. Key Rationale 1. alternative 2 is correct which shows that statements b and c are true. the answer is alternative 4. coasts 2. Large scale mechanizatio Solutions to Questions on Social Science Q. The answer therefore is at alternative 3. as the Modern Age could not come into existence suddenly. 80% of forests have been cleared. Mesosphere. Ionosphere. Troposphere 4. Increased human activity 4. which shows the correct matching. Very little vegetation is found Which of the following regions has all these features? 1.3. Ionosphere. Increasing industrialization 2. 4 4 Australia has a large area of land but is sparsely populated. Stratosphere. Therefore alternative 3 is the answer. Difference between day and night temperature is high c. It involved 13 English Colonies. deserts 3.

You can reason it out because the 13 colonies mentioned here were in America. “Workers have nothing to lose but their chains” was said by: (a) Hitler (b) Napoleon (c) Karl Marx (d) Stalin 22. So the answer is 2. The Council of Ministers at the centre is responsible to: (a) The President (b) The chief Minister (c) The Supreme Court (d) The Lok Sabha 25. You will realize that their colonies were located in America. The Russian Revolution and the Chinese Revolution took place in 20 th Century only. So the answer is alternative 2. 11 3 12 1 13 2 14 1 15 3 ctet social Science for Paper-II (Practice Paper 03) Social Science for Paper-II Teacher Eligibility Test Teacher Eligibility Test (Practice Paper 03) 21. Burma was captured by (a) America (b) Britain (c) Russia (d) Portugal 24. and the second one is French Revolution as it was important in shaping the modern world. Nicholas II (USSR) is known as the: (a) Industrial (b) February revolution (c) Red revolution (d) Social revolution 23. 9 2 This question is related to the first question.England. 14 10 4 The rest of the questions you may reason out yourself. The fundamental duties have been included in the Constitution under the: (a) Article 351 (b) Article 72 (c) Article 51A (d) Article 65 26. So one Revolution is American Revolution. Right to equality in our Constitution has abolished the practice of: (a) Child Labour . The fall of the Czar.

(d) 25. (b) 24. (c) 30. (a) 29. (b) 28.(b) Untouchability (c) Gender discrimination (d) All of these 27. (a) . (b) 23. Bronze was made by mixing: (a) Copper and Manganese (b) Copper and zinc (c) Copper and lead (d) Iron and Tin 28. (c) 22. A new language developed in India during the Medieval age: (a) Urdu (b) English (c) Dutch (c) Spanish ANSWERS 21. The earliest language of the Aryans was: (a) Sanskrit (b) Urdu (c) Tamil (d) Afghani 29. (c) 26. (b) 27. Feudalism centered round: (a) Art (b) Business (c) Land (d) Surgery 30.

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