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1. If we add all the 7 colours of rainbow 6.

Ozone layer protects the Earth from

(red, yellow, blue, green, orange, violet __________ radiations from the Sun.
and indigo), the resultant colour would (A) microwaves
be? (B) infrared
(A) White (C) X-rays
(B) Black (D) ultraviolet
(C) Maroon
7. The distance of Moon from the Earth
(D) Dark Blue
is __________ km.
2. When white light passes through a (A) 364,000
prism, it splits into __________ colours. (B) 384,000
(A) 3 (C) 464,000
(B) 5 (D) 484,000
(C) 7
8. There are __________ planets in
(D) 9
orbit around the Sun.
3. A camera uses a __________ to form (A) 6
an image on a piece of film at the back. (B) 7
(A) convex lens (C) 8
(B) concave lens (D) 9
(C) diverging lens
9. Planets are kept in orbit by the?
(D) none of these
(A) Attraction among the Planets
4. Short-sight defect could be corrected (B) Attraction among the Planets and
by a the Sun
(A) convex lens (C) Radiations from the Sun
(B) concave lens (D) Gravitational pull of the Sun
(C) converging lens
10. Which from the following is NOT a
(D) none of these
Renewable Energy?
5. Red + Green + Blue = ? (A) Geothermal
(A) White (B) Solar
(B) Black (C) Nuclear
(C) Maroon (D) Biofuels
(D) Dark Blue
6. D
1. A 8. C
2. C 9. D
3. A 10. C
4. B
5. A
11. When vapours of a substance are (B) decrease
cooled and changes into liquid, it is (C) change
called (D) consistency
(A) conduction
(B) condensation 17. At high altitude the air temperature
(C) convection is lower as compare to sea level,
(D) evaporation therefore water boils at __________
12. An instrument used to measure gas (A) lower
pressure is called (B) higher
(A) ammeter (C) constant
(B) barometer (D) absolute
(C) galvanometer
(D) manometer 18. Evaporation is a __________
13. If we add salt to the pure water, its (A) cooling
boiling point will (B) Liquefying
(A) increase (C) condensation
(B) decrease (D) convection
(C) remain same
(D) none of these 19. The refrigerator works on the two
14. The boiling point of alcohol is (A) condensation and convection
(A) 71 °C (B) convection and radiation
(B) 75 °C (C) radiation and evaporation
(C) 79 °C (D) condensation and evaporation
(D) 83 °C
20. Air is a very good __________ of
15. The presence of impurities heat.
__________ the freezing point of water. (A) conductor
(A) increases (B) insulator
(B) decreases (C) radiator
(C) accelerate (D) evaporator
(D) does not have any effect on
11. B 17. A
12. D 18. A
13. A 19. D
14. C 20. B
15. B
21. Which radiation has the lowest
16. The melting point of ice is lowered frequency in the electromagnetic
by a/an __________ in pressure. spectrum?
(A) increase (A) X-rays
(B) Gamma rays 1. On 11 February 2016 The LIGO
(C) Ultraviolet rays Scientific Collaboration announced the
(D) Radio rays detection of
(A) electromagnetic waves
22. Which rays are useful in cancer (B) seismic waves
treatment? (C) gravitational waves
(A) X-rays (D) radio waves
(B) Gamma rays
(C) Ultraviolet rays 2. The SI unit of charge is
(D) Radio rays (A) Ampere
(B) Coulomb
23. The speed of sound will be (C) Ohm
maximum if passing through (D) Volt
(A) vacuum
(B) air 3. Very High Frequency (VHF) have
(C) water __________ wavelengths.
(D) iron (A) shorter
(B) shortest
24. The wire used to make the filament (C) longer
of a light bulb is made of (D) longest
(A) nichrome
(B) chromel 4. Long-sight defect could be corrected
(C) tungsten by using __________ lens.
(D) fire-clay (A) concave
(B) vonvex
25. The wire used to make heating (C) diverging
elements in electric kettles and irons are (D) none of these
made of
(A) nichrome 5. Deficiency of Vitamin-A results in
(B) chromel (A) night blindness
(C) tungsten (B) rickets
(D) fire-clay (C) scurvy
(D) hair fall
CHOICE QUESTIONS 6. For a fixed mass of gass at constant
21. D temperature, if we decrease volume, the
22. B pressure will
23. D (A) also decrease
24. C (B) increase
25. A (C) remains constant
(D) none of these

Everyday Science Quiz 7. The lifespan of Red Blood Cells is

__________ days.
(A) 60
(B) 120 (B) 5
(C) 180 (C) 6
(D) 240 (D) 7

8. The density of water is 13. The most abundant element in the

(A) 1 g/cm3 universe is
(B) 1.5 g/cm3 (A) Oxygen
(C) 2 g/cm3 (B) Hydrogen
(D) none of these (C) Carbon Dioxide
(D) Silicon
9. Radioactivity was discovered by
(A) Kelvin 14. The most abundant element in the
(B) Thomson Earth’s crust is
(C) Rutherford (A) Oxygen
(D) Bacquerel (B) Hydrogen
(C) Carbon Dioxide
10. A device which converts chemical (D) Silicon
energy into electrical energy is called
(A) motor 15. Each day human body breathe in
(B) generator __________ liters of air.
(C) moving-coil meter (A) 5,000 to 10,000
(D) battery (B) 10,000 to 15,000
(C) 15,000 to 20,000
ANSWERS: EVERYDAY SCIENCE (D) 20,000 to 25,000
1. C 16. Deficiency of Vitamin-D results in
2. B (A) night blindness
3. A (B) rickets
4. B (C) scurvy
5. A (D) hair fall
6. B
7. B 17. The SI unit of “pressure” is
8. A (A) pascal
9. D (B) joule
10. D (C) tesla
(D) henry
11. The Sun is a
(A) Star 18. The most densest substance on the
(B) Planet Earth is
(C) Asteroid (A) Platinum
(D) Meteor (B) Copper
(C) Steel
12. The average adult has a blood (D) Osmium
volume of about __________ liters.
(A) 4
19. A camera uses a __________ to (B) 6
form an image. (C) 7
(A) convex lens (D) 8
(B) concave lens
(C) condenser lens 24. 1 nanometer = ?
(D) none of these (A) 10-3 meter
(B) 10-6 meter
20. Which from the following is NOT a (C) 10-9 meter
conductor? (D) 10-12 meter
(A) Aluminium
(B) Silicon 25. Instrument used for measuring very
(C) Graphite high temperature is
(D) All are conductors (A) Pyroscope
(B) Pyrometer
QUIZZES (D) Xylometer
11. A
12. B 26. Sound waves are _________
13. B waves.
14. A (A) Transverse
15. C (B) Electromagnetic
16. B (C) Longitudinal
17. A (D) none of these
18. D
19. A
27. The lifespan of White Blood Cells is
20. D
__________ day(s).
(A) 1
21. CNG stands for? (B) 2
(A) Converted Natural Gas (C) 3
(B) Conduced Natural Gas (D) 4
(C) Conducted Natural Gas
(D) Compressed Natural Gas
28. The fluid part of blood is known as
(A) plasma
22. Which from the following is true for (B) platelets
“Sound”? (C) blood cells
(A) Sound cannot travel through a (D) hormones
(B) Sound cannot travel through gases
29. X-rays were discovered by
(C) Sound cannot travel through liquids
(A) Rontgen
(D) Sound cannot travel through solids
(B) Thomson
(C) Rutherford
23. When white light is passed through (D) Bacquerel
a prism, it splits into __________
30. The speed of light is
(A) 5
(A) 280,000 km/s
(B) 300,000 km/s 35. In general, Comets have
(C) 320,000 km/s __________ orbits.
(D) none of these (A) Elliptical
(B) Highly elliptical
MCQS (D) Parabolic
21. D
22. A 36. GPS is an abbreviation for?
23. B (A) Global Poles System
24. C (B) Global PolySiliconium Store
25. B (C) Global Positioning System
26. C (D) Global Position Structure
27. A
28. A 37. Oxidation is a chemical reaction
29. A involving the
30. B (A) Gain of Electrons
(B) Loss of Electrons
31. During winter in cold countries, the (C) Gain of Protons
__________ is mixed to melt the ice on (D) Loss of Protons
the icy roads.
(A) Salt 38. At night, Plants intake __________
(B) Chlorine and release __________.
(C) Carbon dioxide (A) Oxygen – Carbon dioxide
(D) Water (B) Carbon dioxide – Oxygen
(C) Oxygen – Carbon monoxide
32. In a very low temperature which (D) Carbon monoxide – Oxygen
from the following will freeze at last?
(A) River water 39. Urine is produced in
(B) Canal water (A) Kidneys
(C) Sea water (B) Lungs
(D) Water in a lake (C) Large intestine
(D) Liver
33. The nearest planet to the Earth is
(A) Venus 40. Blood is cleaned by
(B) Mercury (A) Lungs
(C) Mars (B) Liver
(D) Moon (C) Heart
(D) Kidneys
34. The planet that moves round the
Sun at the highest speed is? ANSWERS: EVERYDAY SCIENCE
(A) Jupiter QUIZ
(B) Venus 31. A
(C) Mars 32. C
(D) Mercury 33. A
34. D
35. B (C) Global Positioning System
36. C (D) Global Position Structure
37. B
38. A 37. Oxidation is a chemical reaction
39. A involving the
40. D (A) Gain of Electrons
(B) Loss of Electrons
31. During winter in cold countries, the (C) Gain of Protons
__________ is mixed to melt the ice on (D) Loss of Protons
the icy roads.
(A) Salt 38. At night, Plants intake __________
(B) Chlorine and release __________.
(C) Carbon dioxide (A) Oxygen – Carbon dioxide
(D) Water (B) Carbon dioxide – Oxygen
(C) Oxygen – Carbon monoxide
32. In a very low temperature which (D) Carbon monoxide – Oxygen
from the following will freeze at last?
(A) River water 39. Urine is produced in
(B) Canal water (A) Kidneys
(C) Sea water (B) Lungs
(D) Water in a lake (C) Large intestine
(D) Liver
33. The nearest planet to the Earth is
(A) Venus 40. Blood is cleaned by
(B) Mercury (A) Lungs
(C) Mars (B) Liver
(D) Moon (C) Heart
(D) Kidneys
34. The planet that moves round the
Sun at the highest speed is? ANSWERS: EVERYDAY SCIENCE
(A) Jupiter QUIZ
(B) Venus 31. A
(C) Mars 32. C
(D) Mercury 33. A
34. D
35. In general, Comets have 35. B
__________ orbits. 36. C
(A) Elliptical 37. B
(B) Highly elliptical 38. A
(C) Circular 39. A
(D) Parabolic 40. D

36. GPS is an abbreviation for? 41. The position of an element in the

(A) Global Poles System Periodic Table is determined by its
(B) Global PolySiliconium Store __________ number.
(A) Electron (C) 9.5×1012 km
(B) Proton (D) 9.5×1018 km
(C) Neutron
(D) Positron 48. The planets visible to us without
using a telescope are __________.
42. The salinity of sea water is (A) 3
determined by the amount of common (B) 4
salt (Sodium Chloride) in __________ of (C) 5
sea water. (D) 6
(A) 1 gram
(B) 10 grams 49. According to Big Bang Theory, the
(C) 1 kg Universe began about __________
(D) 10 kg billion years ago.
(A) 10 – 20
43. The planet which is easily visible (B) 20 – 30
from the Earth is? (C) 30 – 40
(A) Mercury (D) 40 – 50
(B) Venus
(C) Mars 50. Biosensor is used to measure?
(D) Jupiter (A) Blood glucose level
(B) The body pH value
44. The Great Spot is on the planet (C) Amount of hemoglobin
(A) Saturn (D) Salinity in Urine
(B) Venus
(D) Jupiter QUIZZES
41. B
45. The Great Spot is a 42. C
(A) Mountain 43. B
(B) Desert 44. D
(C) Frozen Carbon dioxide 45. D
(D) Storm 46. D
47. C
46. The bodyguard of the Earth is 48. C
__________ that save the Earth from 49. A
many Comets and Asteroids. 50. A
(A) Mars
(B) Saturn 51. Einstein’s famous equation which
(C) Uranus states that mass and energy are
(D) Jupiter interchangeable is?
(A) E = mc2
47. 1 light year = ? (B) E = cm2
(A) 9.5×106 km (C) M = ec2
(B) 9.5×109 km (D) M = ce2
52. The SI unit of electric current is? 59. Deficiency of __________ causes
(A) Coloumb loss of appetite and poor growth.
(B) Ampere (A) zinc
(C) Volt (B) iodine
(D) Watt (C) copper
(D) iron
53. The principal constituent of the
atmosphere of the Earth is? 60. Meteorology is the study of?
(A) Oxygen (A) seasons
(B) Carbon (B) atmosphere
(C) Hydrogen (C) air and sounds
(D) Nitrogen (D) winds and clouds


(A) Solid Oxygen MCQS
(B) Solid Carbon Dioxide 51. A
(C) Solid Hydrogen 52. B
(D) Solid Nitrogen 53. D
54. B
55. What are the primary colours? 55. D
(A) White, Black, Blue 56. A
(B) Red, Yellow, Blue 57. A
(C) Red, Orange, Blue 58. C
(D) Red, Green, Blue 59. A
60. B
56. Digestion of food is completed in the
(A) small intestine 61. The Carbon Dioxide in the
(B) large intestine atmosphere, by volume, is
(C) stomach (A) 0.039%
(D) Liver (B) 3.9%
(C) 13%
(D) 30%
57. Carrot is good source of Vitamin?
(A) A
(B) B complex 62. Diamond is an allotropic form of
(C) C (A) Carbon
(D) D (B) Hydrogen
(C) Nitrogen
(D) Silicon
58. For proper formation of teeth,
__________ is essential.
(A) iodine 63. The SI unit of Heat is
(B) copper (A) Watt
(C) fluorine (B) Volt
(D) iron (C) Joule
(D) Newton
64. The good sources of Vitamin-A are ANSWERS: SCIENCE QUIZ
(A) green leafy vegetables 61. A
(B) seeds 62. A
(C) fresh vegetables and fruits 63. C
(D) sea foods 64. A
65. B
65. The good sources of Vitamin-B 66. C
Complex are 67. D
(A) green leafy vegetables 68. C
(B) seeds 69. A
(C) fresh vegetables and fruits 70. A
(D) sea foods
71. The natural fats and oils are
66. The good sources of Vitamin-C are composed of
(A) green leafy vegetables (A) Carbon, Hydrogen and Oxygen
(B) seeds (B) Carbon, Hydrogen and Nitrogen
(C) fresh vegetables and fruits (C) Carbon, Oxygen and Nitrogen
(D) sea foods (D) Hydrogen, Oxygen and Nitrogen

67. The good sources of iodine are 72. The energy value of food is
(A) green leafy vegetables measured in
(B) seeds (A) Joule
(C) fresh vegetables and fruits (B) Calories
(D) sea foods (C) Tesla
(D) Proteins
68. The gas, commonly known as
“laughing gas”, is 73. Wind energy is the __________
(A) Cabon Dioxide energy.
(B) Sulfur Dioxide (A) Potential
(C) Nitrous Oxide (B) Transverse
(D) Sodium Oxide (C) Kinetic
(D) Mechanical
69. The source of oxygen in
photosynthesis is 74. Who is considered the founder of
(A) water meteorology?
(B) salts (A) Aristotle
(C) minerals (B) Plato
(D) glucose (C) Einstein
(D) Newton
70. The instrument used to measure
wind speed is 75. Water covers __________ of the
(A) Anemometer Earth’s surface.
(B) Barometer (A) 60%
(C) Hydrometer (B) 65%
(D) Hygrometer
(C) 70% 75. C
(D) 75% 76. A
77. D
76. In general, wind speed of 105–137 78. A
caused 79. D
(A) minor or no damage 80. D
(B) considerable damage
(C) severe damage 81. In night, when photosynthesis is
(D) extreme damage stopped, plants
(A) take in Carbon Dioxide
77. Acid rain is mainly caused by (B) take in Oxygen
emissions of __________ in the (C) give off Carbon Dioxide
atmosphere. (D) give off Oxygen
(A) Sulfur Dioxide and Potassium Nitrate
(B) Sulfur and Charcoal 82. During photosynthesis, plants
(C) Nitrogen Oxide and Potassium (A) take in Carbon Dioxide
Nitrate (B) take in Oxygen
(D) Sulfur Dioxide and Nitrogen Oxide (C) give off Carbon Dioxide
(D) give off Oxygen
78. About 50% of the Earth’s crust,
including the waters on the Earth and 83. __________ are called the
atmosphere, is powerhouses of the cell.
(A) Oxygen (A) Mitochondria
(B) Cabon Dioxide (B) Vesicles
(C) Silicon (C) Lungs
(D) Clay (D) Liver

79. The fourth state of matter is 84. Mitochondria contain their own
(A) Water supply of
(B) Salts (A) DNA
(C) Vapours (B) Amino acids
(D) Plasma (C) Vitamins
(D) Oxygen
80. The device used to convert Alternate
Current into Direct Current is called 85. The first chemical explosive,
(A) Anemometer Gunpowder, is a mixture of
(B) Battery (A) Sulfur, Charcoal and Nitrogen Oxide
(C) Galvanometer (B) Sulfur, Charcoal, and Potassium
(D) Rectifier Nitrate
(C) Sulfur and Charcoal
ANSWERS: SCIENCE QUIZZES (D) Charcoal and Potassium Nitrate
71. A
72. B 86. The number of oscillations per
73. C second is called the
74. A (A) hertz
(B) waves (A) 3
(C) pitch (B) 4
(D) frequency (C) 5
(D) 6
87. Sound waves from a loudspeaker
are caused by 92. Which from the following is NOT a
(A) frequency method of heat transfer?
(B) vibrations (A) Conduction
(C) pitch (B) Convection
(D) amplitude (C) Radiation
(D) All are methods of heat transfer
88. The guitar has __________ strings.
(A) 4 93. If we heat one end of metallic rod,
(B) 5 the other end gets hot. The method of
(C) 6 heat transfer is
(D) 7 (A) Conduction
(B) Convection
89. The device used to measure (C) Radiation
movements of the heart is (D) None of these
(A) Cardiograph
(B) Seismograph 94. A person seated in front of a fire
(C) Hydrometer receives heat by
(D) Hygrometer (A) Conduction
(B) Convection
90. The unit used to measure ‘Pressure’ (C) Radiation
is (D) None of these
(A) pascal
(B) newton 95. The unit used to measure ‘magnetic
(C) watt flux’ is
(D) tesla (A) pascal
(B) farad
81. C (D) henry
82. D
83. A 96. Battery was invented by
84. A (A) Volta
85. B (B) Hero
86. D (C) Fermi
87. B (D) Maiman
88. C
89. A 97. The most abundant element in the
90. A earth’s crust is oxygen. The second
most abundant element in the earth’s
91. There are __________ methods of crust is
heat transfer. (A) Hydrogen
(B) Nitrogen 102. Which from the following is
(C) Brass incompressible
(D) Silicon (A) Solids
(B) Liquids
98. The nearest planet to the Sun is (C) Gasses
(A) Mercury (D) All are compressible
(B) Venus
(C) Mars 103. The key factor in determining the
(D) Jupiter weather is the quantity of ________ in
the atmosphere.
99. Bronze is an alloy of (A) Water vapour
(A) Iron, Carbon (B) Oxygen
(B) Copper, Tin (C) Carbondioxide
(C) Nickel, Zinc (D) Hydrogen
(D) Mercury, Lead
104. The entropy of the universe is
100. Molecules with identical molecular (A) Increasing
formulae but with different structural (B) Decreasing
formulae are called (C) Constant
(A) Isotopes (D) None of these
(B) Isomers
(C) Electrode 105. Which from the following methods
(D) Compound of heat transfer can take place in a
QUIZ (B) Convection
91. A (C) Radiation
92. D (D) All of the above
93. A
94. C 106. Neutrons were discovered by
95. C (A) Einstein
96. A (B) James Chadwick
97. D (C) F.W. Aston
98. A (D) Rutherford
99. B
100. B 107. Mass Spectrograph was invented
101. One way of transfer of heat energy (A) Einstein
is ‘convection’ which occurs in (B) James Chadwick
(A) Liquids only (C) F.W. Aston
(B) Gasses only (D) Rutherford
(C) Liquids and gasses
(D) Liquids, gasses and solids 108. Nucleus was discovered by
(A) Einstein
(B) James Chadwick
(C) F.W. Aston 113. Energy can be converted from one
(D) Rutherford form to another, but all energy ends up
109. Which is the process of science? (A) Kinetic energy
(A) Observation > Experiments > (B) Potential energy
Hypothesis (C) Heat energy
(B) Hypothesis > Observations > (D) Chemical energy
(C) Observation > Hypothesis > 114. A battery converts ________ into
Experiments electrical energy.
(D) Experiments > Observations > (A) Potential energy
Hypothesis (B) Chemical energy
(C) Nuclear energy
110. Salty water can be made pure by (D) Mechanical energy
the method of
(A) filtration 115. Which from the following is NOT a
(B) evaporation renewable energy resource?
(C) chromatography (A) Geothermal
(D) distillation (B) Biomass
(C) Solar
101. C 116. Which from the following is NOT a
102. B non-renewable energy resource?
103. A (A) Coal
104. A (B) Natural gas
105. C (C) Nuclear
106. B (D) Geothermal
107. C
108. D 117. Current is the flow of
109. C (A) Electrons
110. D (B) Protons
(C) Neutrons
111. The unit of efficiency is (D) Voltage
(A) Volt
(B) Watt 118. The unit of current is
(C) Joules (A) Volt
(D) None of these (B) Ampere
(C) Ohm
112. Which from the following is NOT a (D) Watt
stored energy?
(A) Thermal 119. To prevent electric shocks, a/an
(B) Gravitational ________ is placed in the circuit.
(C) Elastic potential energy (A) Ammeter
(D) Chemical (B) Voltmeter
(C) Fuse (A) Zinc
(D) Diode (B) Nickol
(C) Lead
120. Electrons were discovered by (D) Mercury
(A) James Chadwick
(B) J.J. Thomson 125. Between the melting point and
(C) F.W. Aston boiling point of a substance, the
(D) Rutherford substance is a?
(A) Solid
MCQS (C) Gas
111. D (D) Crystal
112. A
113. C 126. The boiling point of alcohol is
114. B (A) 78 °C
115. D (B) 86 °C
116. D (C) 94 °C
117. A (D) 100 °C
118. B
119. C 127. The visible cloud of dust and gas in
120. B space is called?
(A) White Dwarf
121. When molten rock cools and (B) Supernova
solidifies, the ________ are formed. (C) Nebula
(A) igneous rocks (D) Galaxy
(B) satimantary rocks
(C) metamorphet rocks 128. The average salinity of the Earth’s
(D) none of these oceans in 1 kilogram of sea water is
about ________ grams of salt.
122. Molten rock below the surface of (A) 90
the Earth is called? (B) 25
(A) Lava (C) 30
(B) Magma (D) 35
(C) Crystals
(D) Granite 129. The most abundant substance that
constitutes the mass of the Earth is?
123. Molten rock above the surface of (A) Iron
the Earth is called? (B) Oxygen
(A) Lava (C) Nitrogen
(B) Magma (D) Silicon
(C) Crystals
(D) Granite 130. The Earth’s atmosphere is divided
into ________ main layers.
124. The metal which is liquid at room (A) 4
temperature is? (B) 5
(C) 6 135. The diameter of the Earth’s equator
(D) 7 is larger than the pole-to-pole diameter
121. A (B) 43 km
122. B (C) 46 km
123. A (D) 49 km
124. D
125. B 136. The Tectonic Plates of the Earth
126. A lies in
127. C (A) Inner Core
128. D (B) Outer Core
129. A (C) Lithosphere
130. B (D) Asthenosphere

131. Rocks which are formed by high 137. There are ________ major tectonic
temperature and pressure on existing plates.
rocks over a period of time are called (A) 4
________ rocks. (B) 5
(A) igneous (C) 6
(B) metamorphic (D) 7
(C) sedimentary
(D) crystal 138. The fresh water on the Earth is
________ of the total water.
132. Marble and slate are examples of (A) 2.5%
(A) igneous rocks (B) 5%
(B) metamorphic rocks (C) 7.5%
(C) sedimentary rocks (D) 10%
(D) crystals
139. The Ozone Layer lies in the
133. Sandstone and limestone are (A) troposphere
examples of (B) stratosphere
(A) igneous rocks (C) mesosphere
(B) metamorphic rocks (D) thermosphere
(C) sedimentary rocks
(D) crystals 140. The Earth’s atmosphere is divided
into ________ layers.
134. Absolute zero, which is the lower (A) 4
limit of the thermodynamic temperature (B) 5
scale, is equivalent to ________ on the (C) 6
Celsius scale. (D) 7
(A) 273 °C
(C) 100 °C QUIZZES
(D) 973 °C 131. B
132. B 146. The interior structure of the Earth is
133. C divided into ________ layers.
134. A (A) 4
135. B (B) 5
136. C (C) 6
137. D (D) 7
138. A
139. B 147. We live on the Earth’s
140. B (A) Inner core
(B) Outer core
141. Which type of rock may contain (C) Crust
fossils? (D) Mantle
(A) Igneous
(B) Metamorphic 148. The thickest layer of the Earth is
(C) Sedimentary (A) Crust
(D) Crystals (B) Inner core
(C) Outer core
142. The mass is highly concentrated (D) Mantle
form of
(A) Weight 149. The outermost layer of the Earth is
(B) Energy (A) Crust
(C) Force (B) Inner mantle
(D) Momentum (C) Outer mantle
(D) Core
143. The whole Earth can be covered by
________ geo-stationary satellites. 150. The Earth’s crust ranges from
(A) 3 ________ km in depth.
(B) 4 (A) 0 – 5
(C) 5 (B) 5 – 10
(D) 6 (C) 5 – 70
(D) 10 – 70
144. The ozone layer is at height of
________ kilometers from the surface of ANSWERS: DAILY SCIENCE MCQS
the Earth. 141. C
(A) 10 to 20 142. B
(B) 20 to 30 143. A
(C) 30 to 40 144. B
(D) 40 to 50 145. D
146. B
145. The ozone layer was discovered by 147. C
(A) F.W. Aston and J.J Thomson 148. D
(B) Albert Einstein 149. A
(C) Rutherford 150. C
(D) Charles Fabry and Henri Buisson
151. The Earth’s internal heat mainly (A) Isomers
comes from (B) Isotopes
(A) Liquid hydrogen (C) Atomic number
(B) Chemical reactions (D) Mass number
(C) Radioactive decay
(D) Molecular kinetic energy 158. The anode is the electrode
connected to the ________ terminal of a
152. There are different reasons on the battery.
Earth because of (A) Positive
(A) Rotation of the Earth (B) Negative
(B) Revolution of the Earth (C) Neutral
(C) The Earth’s axis is tilted (D) Free
(D) The Earth’s distance from the Sun
159. The unit used to measure humidity
153. On average, Air contains ________ is
% of water vapour. (A) Barometer
(A) 1 (B) Hydrometer
(B) 3 (C) Hygrometer
(C) 5 (D) Galvanometer
(D) 7
160. Laser was invented by
154. Earth’s troposphere extends from (A) Volta
the Earth’s surface to an average height (B) Sturgeon
of about ________ km. (C) Hero
(A) 10 (D) Maiman
(B) 12
(D) 17 151. C
152. C
155. The science of lightning is called 153. A
(A) Aerology 154. B
(B) Meteorology 155. D
(C) Electeorology 156. B
(D) Fulminology 157. A
158. A
156. Ships use ________ to find the 159. C
depth of the ocean beneath them. 160. D
(A) Pictches
(B) Echoes 161. The vernier calipers is used to
(C) Frequencies measure
(D) None of these (A) Length
(B) Time
157. Molecules with identical molecular (C) Temperature
formulae but with different structural (D) Viscosity
formulae are called
162. Atomic clock is used to measure (C) Wavelength in vaccum
________ intervals of time. (D) Speed in vaccum
(A) Very short
(B) Short 169. The reflection of sound is called
(C) Very long (A) Frequency
(D) Long (B) Vibration
(C) Echo
163. 1 tonne = ________ kg (D) Wave
(A) 100
(B) 400 170. An instrument used to measure
(C) 1000 electric current is called
(D) 4000 (A) Ammeter
(B) Barometer
164. An instrument used to measure (C) Galvanometer
atmospheric pressure is (D) Manometer
(A) Ammeter
(C) Galvanometer QUIZZES
(D) Barometer 161. A
162. A
165. An instrument used to measure 163. C
gas pressure is 164. D
(A) Ammeter 165. B
(B) Manometer 166. D
(C) Galvanometer 167. A
(D) Barometer 168. D
169. C
166. Which electromagnetic wave has 170. A
the longest wavelength?
(A) Gamma rays 171. The SI unit of thermodynamic
(B) X-rays temperature is
(C) Microwaves (A) Celsius
(D) Radio waves (B) Fahrenheight
(C) Kelvin
167. Which electromagnetic wave has (D) None of these
the shortest wavelength?
(A) Gamma rays 172. The shortest distance between
(B) X-rays crest to crest is called
(C) Microwaves (A) phase
(D) Radio waves (B) thoughs
(C) amplitude
168. All electromagnetic waves have the (D) wavelength
(A) Frequency 173. The speed of sound is fastest in
(B) Amplitude (A) Solids
(B) Liquids cools together
(C) Gasses (D) None of these
(D) Vaccum
180. The chemical name of chalk is
174. The speed of sound is slowest in (A) Sodium nitrate
(A) Solids (B) Zinc sulfate
(B) Liquids (C) Sulphuric acid
(C) Gasses (D) Calcium carbonate
(D) Vaccum
175. Radioactivity was discovered by 171. C
(A) Henri Becquerel 172. D
(B) Pierre Curie 173. A
(C) Marie Curie 174. C
(D) Rutherford 175. A
176. A
176. Which from the following has the 177. C
greatest ionising power? 178. C
(A) Alpha particles 179. A
(B) Beta particles 180. D
(C) Gamma rays
(D) All three has same ionising power 181. The branch of science which study
the interaction between matter and
177. Which from the following has the radian energy is called
greatest penetrating power? (A) Thermochemistry
(A) Alpha particles (B) Polymer chemistry
(B) Beta particles (C) Spectroscopy
(C) Gamma rays (D) Electrochemistry
(D) All three have same penetrating
power 182. The horizontal rows of the periodic
table are called
178. Which from the following has the (A) Groups
greatest speed? (B) Periods
(A) Alpha (C) Sets
(B) Beta (D) Matrices
(C) Gamma
(D) None 183. The vertical coloumns of the
periodic table are called
179. At night (A) Groups
(A) The land cools faster than the water (B) Periods
in the sea (C) Sets
(B) The water in the sea cools faster (D) Matrices
than the land
(C) The land and the water in the sea 184. Which metallic element is liquid at
room temperature?
(B) Nickel SCIENCE
(C) Lead 181. C
(D) Mercury 182. B
183. A
185. Which non-metallic element is 184. D
liquid at room temperature? 185. A
(A) Bromine 186. C
(B) Flourine 187. B
(C) Chlorine 188. C
(D) Phosphorous 189. C
190. B
186. Battery charger converts electrical
energy into ________ energy. 191. The most abundant form of matter
(A) Kinetic in the universe is
(B) Potential (A) Solid
(C) Chemical (B) Liquid
(D) Nuclear (C) Gas
(D) Plasma
187. A loudspeaker changes ________
energy into sound energy. 192. When gas is ionized, ________
(A) Chemical forms.
(B) Electrical (A) Molecule
(C) Light (B) Element
(D) Kinetic (C) Plasma
(D) Current
188. The strongest part(s) of a magnet
is/are 193. Wind is caused by
(A) North pole (A) Difference in atmospheric pressure
(B) South pole (B) Difference in atmospheric
(C) North and south pole temperature
(D) Median of north and south pole (C) Rotation of the Earth
(D) Revolution of the Earth
189. Electromagnetic induction was
discovered by 194. Wind speed is measured by
(A) Carnot (A) Anemometer
(B) Volta (B) Barometer
(C) Faraday (C) Ceilometer
(D) Bessel (D) Galvanometer

190. Battery was invented by 195. The fact that universe is expanding
(A) Carnot was discovered by
(B) Volta (A) Hahn
(C) Faraday (B) Hubble
(D) Bessel
(C) Rontgen 198. A
(D) Rutherford 199. B
200. D
196. X-rays were discovered by
(A) Hahn 201. Which is the largest excretory
(B) Hubble organ of the body
(C) Rontgen (A) lungs
(D) Rutherford (B) skin
(C) liver
197. The Nobel prize in physics for the (D) none of these
discovery of the law of photoelectric
effect was awarded to 202. The brain is enclosed in a bony
(A) Newton case called
(B) Einstein (A) diaphragam
(C) Rontgen (B) vertebral column
(D) Rutherford (C) cranium
(D) vertebrae
198. The symbol of gold is
(A) Au 203. Which is the bone that is present in
(B) Ag forelimb
(C) Fe (A) radius
(D) Sg (B) femur
(C) ribs
199. Plaster of Paris is produced by (D) sternum
(A) Graphite 204. Which one is herbivore
(B) Gypsum (A) cat
(C) Zinc (B) dog
(D) Lead (C) cow
(D) lion
200. Which from the following is NOT
true about Helium gas 205. Which structure helps in transport
(A) Colourless of water in plants
(B) Odorless (A) phloem
(C) Tasteless (B) leaf
(D) Toxic (C) bark
(D) xylem
191. D 206. The organisms that can make their
192. C own food are called
193. A (A) producers
194. A (B) consumers
195. B (C) secondary consumers
196. C (D) decomposers
197. B
207. Bacteria are 212. Pollination is best defined as
(A) eukaryotes (A) germination of pollen grains
(B) prokaryotes (B) transfer of pollen from anther to
(C) non-living stigma
(D) none of these (C) formation of pollen grains
(D) none of these
208. Bile juice is secreted by
(A) pancreas 213. Movement of cell against
(B) stomach concentration gradient is called
(C) intestine (A) active transport
(D) gall bladder (B) osmosis
(C) diffusion
209. Which part of the blood cells (D) both b and c
provide immunity
(A) RBC 214. One of the following is not a
(B) WBC function of bones
(C) platelet (A) support
(D) blood plasma (B) production of blood cells
(C) protein synthesis
210. Which structure prevent water loss (D) muscle attachment
in plants
(A) cuticle 215. Plants absorb most part of water
(B) bark needed by them through their
(C) mesophyll (A) stem
(D) leaf (B) root hairs
(C) leaf
201. B 216. Highly intelligent mammals are
202. C (A) rat
203. A (B) bat
204. C (C) dolphin
205. D (D) elephant
206. A
207. B 217. Process of cell division take place
208. D by
209. B (A) mitosis
210. A (B) fertilization
(C) reproduction
211. DNA structure was first described (D) none of these
(A) Pasteur 218. Prokaryotic cell lack
(B) Robert Koch (A) nucleolus
(C) Watson and Crick (B) nuclear membrane
(D) Carlous Linnaues
(C) both a and b (B) hydrotropism
(D) none of these (C) chemotropism
(D) phototropism
219. Pulses are a good source of
(A) proteins 224. Animal lacks
(B) carbohydrates (A) starch
(C) vitamins (B) cellulose
(D) minerals (C) protein
(D) lipids
220. Plants that grow in dry habitat are
called 225. On which of the following plants did
(A) hydrophytes Gregor Mendal perform his classical
(B) xerophytes experiment
(C) shrubs (A) corn
(D) herbs (B) mustard
(C) pea
211. C
212. B 226. Among the biotic components of
213. A the ecosystem, the producer system is
214. C (A) carnivores
215. B (B) herbivores
216. C (C) plants
217. A (D) animals
218. C
219. A 227. Breeding and management of bees
220. B is known
(A) agriculture
221. Oxygen released in the process of (B) sericulture
photosynthesis comes from (C) horticulture
(A) water (D) apiculture
(B) oxygen
(C) carbon dioxide 228. Study of fossils is called
(D) nitrogen dioxide (A) psychology
(B) paleontology
222. Phloem tissue is found in (C) biodiversity
(A) liver (D) haematology
(B) placenta
(C) plants 229. Which is an example of fungi
(D) none of these (A) paramecium
(B) euglena
223. Plant bends towards the source of (C) penicillium
light on account of the movement known (D) octopus
(A) geotropism
230. The scientific name of human is 235. Hepatitis is inflammation of
(A) Homo sapiens (A) stomach
(B) Homo habiscus (B) kidney
(C) Oriza sativa (C) lungs
(D) none of these (D) liver

ANSWERS: SCIENCE QUIZ 236. Penicillin is obtained from

221. A (A) soil
222. C (B) bacteria
223. D (C) fungi
224. B (D) virus
225. C
226. C 237. Which one is endoparasite
227. D (A) lice
228. B (B) ticks
229. C (C) virus
230. A (D) tape worm

231. Thread like structures in fungi are 238. Fructose is

called (A) pentose sugar
(A) mycelium (B) hexose sugar
(B) hyphae (C) heptose sugar
(C) sporangium (D) none of these
(D) spores
239. Peptide bond is a
232. The smallest bacteria on earth is (A) C-N link
(A) mycoplasma (B) N-H link
(B) E.coli (C) C-O link
(C) salmonella (D) N-O link
(D) clostridium
240. Which is correct about enzymes
233. Vaccine for rabies was developed (A) protein in nature
by (B) speed up reaction
(A) Robert Koch (C) denature at high temperature
(B) Robert Brown (D) all of these
(C) Pasteur
(D) none of these
231. B
234. Malaria is caused by 232. A
(A) mosquito 233. C
(B) plasmodium 234. B
(C) virus 235. D
(D) bacteria 236. C
237. D
238. A
239. B (A) population
240. D (B) ecosystem
(C) community
(D) trophic level
241. Which is called power house of the cell
(A) golgi complex
(B) mitochondria 249. Which one is a leukocyte
(C) nucleus (A) red blood cell
(D) endoplasmic reticulum (B) plasma cell
(C) monocyte
(D) all of these
242. The structure that is absent in animal
(A) cell wall 250. Which one of the following contain
(B) nulcleus deoxygenated blood
(C) centriole (A) pulmonary artery
(D) mitochondria (B) hepatic artery
(C) left atrium
(D) none of these
243. The non-protein part of enzyme is
(B) activator 241. B
(C) cofactor 242. A
(D) substrate 243. C
244. B
245. C
244. Nucleic acid were first isolated by
246. D
(A) Erwin Chargaff 247. A
(B) Friedrich Miescher 248. C
(C) Rosalind Franklin
249. C
(D) none of these 250. A
245. One of the following is not pyrimidine
(A) thymine
(B) cytosine
(C) guanine
(D) uracil

246. Fructose is
(A) milk sugar
(B) cereal sugar
(C) aldo sugar
(D) keto sugar

247. Group of tissues doing a particular job

(A) organ
(B) system
(C) organelle
(D) individual

248. Members of the same species living in

the same place at the same time make