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Hall Ticket Number: Signature:
Total marks: 150 Duration: 150 minutes
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SECTIONI (MATHEMATICS)
1) The contrapositive of the statement “In a ∆ABC, if AB=AC then
∠B = ∠C" is
1. In a ∆ABC, if ∠B = ∠C then AB = AC
2. In a ∆ABC, if AB≠AC then ∠B ≠ ∠C
3. In a ∆ABC, if ∠B ≠ ∠C then BC ≠ AB
4. In a ∆ABC, if ∠B ≠ ∠C then AB ≠ AC
2) Which of the following is a symmetric matrix?
1. _
1 2 4
2 3 −7
4 −7 5
_
2. _
1 2 −4
2 3 −7
4 −7 5
_
3. _
1 2 3
3 2 1
4 −7 5
_
4. _
−1 −2 −4
2 3 7
−4 7 −5
_
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3) A and B are sets in the universal set μ. Which of the following is
false?
1. A

−B

= B − A
2. A ∪ B = ¢ ⟹ A = ¢ onJ B = ¢
3. A ∩ B = ¢ ⟹ B

⊂ A onJ A

⊂ B
4. A ∩ p = A
4) Let ¡: R → R defined by ¡(x) = _
x +1 i¡ x ≥ 1
3 − x i¡ 0 ≤ x ≤ 1
3 +x i¡ x ≤ 0
.
Then f is ___________.
1. Only oneone function
2. Only onto function
3. A bijection
4. Neither oneone nor onto
5) The relation between x and y such that the point (x, y) is equidistant
from the points (3, 6) and (– 3, 4) is _____
1. x − 3y + 5 = 0
2. x + 3y + 5 = 0
3. 3x − y + 5 = 0
4. 3x + y − 5 = 0
6) The quotient and remainder when x
4
−4x
3
+4x
2
−2 is divided
by x −3 respectively are
1. x
3
+ x + 3 onJ 6
2. x
3
− x + 3 onJ 6
3. x
3
− x
2
+ x + 3 onJ 7
4. x
3
− x
2
− x + 3 onJ 7
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7) If A = j
i 0
0 i
[ and i
2
= −1, then A
2012
=
1. j
i 0
0 i
[
2. j
2012i 0
0 2012i
[
3. j
1 0
0 1
[
4. j
2012 0
0 2012
[
8) At how many points the line 2x + y = 15 meets the curve
y = x
2
?
1. 0
2. 2
3. 4
4. Infinite
9) 1 +3 + 5 + 7 +⋯+(2n + 1) =
1. (n +1)
2
2. n
2
3. n
2
+1
4. n
2
−1
10) The product (
x y
) [
o ℎ
ℎ b
¸ [
x
y
¸ is
1. (2ox
2
+ℎxy + 2by
2
)
2. (ox
2
+ℎxy + by
2
)
3. (ox
2
+2ℎxy + by
2
)
4. (ox
2
−ℎxy + by
2
)
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11) Middle term in the expansion of (
x
¡
+
¡
x
)
8
is
1. 8C
6
2. 8C
6
¡
x
3. 8C
4
¡
x
4. 8C
4
12) If angles ∠A, ∠B, ∠C are in Arithmetic progression in the
∆ABC, then cos B =
1. 1/2
2. √3/2
3. 1
4. None
13) Maximum value of ¡ = x + 4y subject to the constraints
8x +5y ≤ 40, 4x +3y ≥ 12, x ≥ 0, y ≥ 0 occurs at the point:
1. (8,0)
2. (0,8)
3. (4,8)
4. (8,4)
14) If lmn = 1, then
1
1+I+m
1
+
1
1+m+n
1
+
1
1+n+I
1
=
1. 0
2. 1
3. 2
4. None
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15)
lim
x ⟶ 2
j
1
x2
−
2
x(x1)(x2)
[ =
1. 2/3
2. 3/2
3. 4/3
4. ¾
16) If the m
th
, n
th
, p
th
terms of a G.P form three consecutive terms
of a geometric sequence, then m, n and p form three consecutive
terms of ______________.
1. A geometric sequence
2. A harmonic sequence
3. An arithmetic sequence
4. None
17) In an equilateral triangle ABC, side BC is trisected at D, then
AÐ
2
AB
2
=___________
1. 9/7
2. 8/7
3. 7/9
4. 7/8
18) The points A(4,1), B(2,4), C(4,0) and D(2,3) are the
vertices of
1. Parallelogram
2. Rectangle
3. Rhombus
4. Square
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19) The value of θ for which
cos 0
1sIn0
+
cos 0
1+sIn0
= 4 and
(0 ≤ 0 ≤ 90°) is______
1. 30°
2. 45°
3. 60°
4. 75°
20) The point R(4,24) divides the line segment P(2,27), Q(10,15)
in the ratio:
1. 4:1
2. 3:2
3. 2:3
4. 1:3
21) If ¡(x) = (o −x
n
)
1/n
where o > 0, and n is a positive
integer, then (¡o¡)x =
1. o
2. x
3. 1/x
4. 1
22) What is the shape of box used in flowcharts for giving
input?
1. Rhombus
2. Parallelogram
3. Rectangle
4. Oval
23) If ¡ = {(1,2), (2,3), (3,4), (4,1)}, then ¡o¡ =
1. {(3,1), (4,2), (3,1), (2,2)}
2. {(1,3), (2,2), (4,2), (3,4)}
3. {(1,3), (2,4), (3,1), (4,2)}
4. {(1,3), (4,4), (2,3), (3,4)}
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24) If B = j
1 2
1 3
[, then B +B
1
= (wℎcrc I = j
1 0
0 1
[ )
1. 2I
2. 4I
3. 3I
4. None
25) If ABCÐ is a cyclic quadrilateral, then the value of cos A +
cos B + cos C +cos Ð is______
1. 0
2. 1
3. 2
4. 1
26) The line joining (−1,0) and (−2,−√3) makes an angle of
_______ with Xaxis.
1. 30°
2. 45°
3. 60°
4. 75°
27) The frequency polygon is one drawn using
1. Midpoints of classes and frequencies
2. Endpoints of classes and frequencies
3. Upper boundaries of classes less than cumulative frequencies
4. Lower boundaries of classes greater than cumulative
frequencies
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28) If AÐ, BE, CF are the medians of ∆ABC. Then
AB
2
+BC
2
+AC
2
AÐ
2
+BL
2
+CP
2
=
1. 4/3
2. ¾
3. 5/2
4. 2/5
29) The area of quadrilateral formed by the four points (1,0),
(0,1), (1,0) and (0,1) taken in order is
1. 2
2. 2√2
3. 4√2
4. 1
30) The domain of ¡(x) = cos
1
(2 −x) is
1. [1,3]
2. [1,3]
3. [1,3]
4. [1,3]
31) The minutes hand of a clock is 3 cm long. How far does its
top move in 20 minutes?
1. 9 cm
2. 10 cm
3. 22 cm
4. 44/7 cm
32) The solution of the matrix equation j
2 5
4 −3
[ j
x
y
[ = [
11
9
¸ is
1. 3, 1
2. 3, 1
3. 3, 1
4. 3, 1
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33) TAR is a tangent to the circle at A. If
∠BIA = 20° onJ ∠BAI = 28°, then ∠ÐAR =
1. 20°
2. 48°
3. 42°
4. 132°
34) If cos(A +B) =
1
2
, sin(A −B) =
1
2
, then ∠A =
1. 15°
2. 30°
3. 45°
4. 60°
35) The ratio of the roots of the equation x
2
− px +q = 0 is 1:k
then the value of
k
(k+1)
2
is _____
1.
q
p
2
2.
p
2
q
3.
p
q
4.
q
p
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36) If o cos 0 −b sin0 = c, then o sin0 +b cos 0 =
1. ±√o
2
+b
2
+c
2
2. ±√o
2
−b
2
−c
2
3. ±√o
2
−b
2
+c
2
4. ±√o
2
+b
2
−c
2
37) The mean of 10 observations is 16.3. By an error, on
observation is registered as 32 instead of 23, then the correct mean
is_______
1. 15.6
2. 15.4
3. 15.7
4. 15.8
38) Which of the following is a tautology?
1. (~(p ∧ q)) ∨ ((~p) ∨ (~q))
2. ((~p) ∧ q) ∨ ((~p) ∧ q)
3. ((~p) ∨ q) ∧ (p ∨ (~q))
4. p ∧ (~p)
39) Marks scored by 100 students in a 25 marks unit test of
mathematics are given below. Their median is ________
Marks 05 510 1015 1520 2025
Students 10 18 42 23 7
1. 12
2. 12.6
3. 12.3
4. 12.7
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40) The equation satisfied by the graph in the adjacent figure is__
1. 5x − 3y − 15 > 0
2. 3x + 5y − 15 ≥ 0
3. 3x + 5y − 15 ≤ 0
4. 5x + 3y − 15 ≥ 0
41)
lim
n → ∞
j
1
2
+1
n
3
+
2
2
+2
n
3
+
3
2
+3
n
3
+⋯+
n
2
n
3
[ =
1. 1/6
2. ¼
3. 1/3
4. ½
42) If y = 1 + √o + o
2
+o
3
+ ⋯∞ and o < 0.5, then
1
1u
=
1. y
2
+2 + 3y
2. y
2
+3y −2
3. y
2
−2y +2
4. y
2
−2y −2
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43) If (b + c), (c + o), (o + b) are in H.P, then
1
u
2
,
1
b
2
,
1
c
2
are
in:
1. A.P
2. H.P
3. G.P
4. A.G.P
44) In the given figure, the radius of the circle is 5cm. AB =
8cm, CÐ = 6cm. 0P makes right angle at P on AB. 0µ makes
right angle at Q on CÐ. AB ∥ CÐ then Pµ = _____cm
1. 7
2. 6
3. 5
4. 4
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45) Match the following:
ColumnI (Generation of computers) ColumnII (type of circuits)
i. First generation
ii. Second generation
iii. Third generation
iv. Fourth generation
a. Electronic circuits
b. Integrated circuits
c. Vacuum tubes
d. Transistors
1. i − J, ii − c, iii − b, i: −o
2. i − c, ii − J, iii − b, i: −o
3. i − c, ii − J, iii − o, i: − b
4. i − c, ii − b, iii −J, i: −o
46) Two boys are on opposite sides of a tower of 100 m height.
They measure the angle of elevation of the top of the tower as 30°
and 45° respectively. The distance through which the boys are
separated is (Take √3 = 1.732, √2 = 1.414)
1. 273.2 m
2. 346.4 m
3. 241.4 m
4. 282.8 m
47) The medians BE and CF of a ∆ABC intersect at G. Area of
∆GBC is S
1
and area of quadrilateral AFGE is S
2
. Then
S
1
S
2
=
1. 1
2. ½
3. 2/3
4. 3/2
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48) Match the following:
ColumnI (polynomial) ColumnII (nonfactor)
i. x
3
− 2x
2
− x + 2
ii. x
3
+ x
2
− 4x − 4
iii. x
3
+ 2x
2
− x − 2
iv. x
3
− x
2
− 4x + 4
a. x + 1
b. x + 2
c. x − 2
d. x − 1
1. i − o, ii −b, iii − c, i: − J
2. i − J, ii −c, iii − b, i: − o
3. i − b, ii − J, iii − c, i: − o
4. i − J, ii −b, iii − o, i: − c
49) A, B, C are three sets of values of x:
A: 2,3,7,1,3,2,3
B: 7,5,9,12,5,3,8
C: 4,4,11,7,2,3,4
Which of the following is correct?
1. Mean of A = Mode of C
2. Mean of C = Median of B
3. Median of B = Mode of A
4. Mean, Median and Mode of A are equal
50) The father of coordinate geometry is
1. George Counter
2. Gauss
3. Leibnitz
4. Rene Descartes
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SECTIONII (PHYSICAL SCIENCE)
51) While measuring the diameter of a leadshot using a screw
gauge, the reading on the pitch scale is found to be 7.5 mm and
that on the head scale is 48. If the least count is 0.01 mm and zero
error is +0.05 mm. then the diameter of the leadshot is________
1. 7.98 mm
2. 7.93 mm
3. 8.03 mm
4. None
52) Which of the following is false? (Take g=10 m/s
2
)
1. At the centre of Earth, acceleration due to gravity is zero
2. At the poles, acceleration due to gravity is maximum
3. The weight of 400 gm stone is 0.4 kgf.
4. The gravitational force of attraction between two bodies is
directly proportional to the sum of their masses
53) The resistance of a brass wire of length 300 m and area of
cross section 3.4 × 10
6
m
2
is 6 ohms. Then the specific resistance
of material of wire is________ ohmmeter
1. 6.8 × 10
8
2. 6.8 × 10
9
3. 1.7 × 10
8
4. 1.7 × 10
9
54) The acceleration due to gravity on a planet whose mass and
radius are half that of the earth is ____ m/s
2
(Take acceleration due to gravity on earth = 9.8 m/s
2
)
1. 9.8
2. 4.9
3. 19.6
4. 2.45
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55) A stone is thrown vertically up with an initial velocity of
10m/s. The maximum height reached and the time of ascent
respectively are (Take g=10m/s
2
)
1. 10m, 2 sec
2. 5m, 2 sec
3. 5m, 1 sec
4. 10m, 1 sec
56) Choose the incorrect statement.
1. If a car of mass 1200 kg takes a turn of a curved road of
radius 180 m with a speed of 6 m/s, then the centripetal force
acting on the car is 240 N
2. In a uniform circular motion, if the radius is doubled the
centripetal force now required is half as great as before.
3. The angular velocity of a stone moving along a circular path
and making 20 revolutions in 10 seconds is approximately
12.57 rad/s
4. The angular velocity of earth about its own axis is
n
86400
roJ/s
57) Which of the following is the Magic triangle of Ohm’s law?
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58) A road is banked at an angle θ corresponding to the velocity
(V
o
). A car maintains a speed V on this curved road. If V < V
o
,
then the car
1. Slips towards the centre
2. Skids outside
3. Moves without any deviation
4. Moves back
59) The values of lengths of different pendulums and
acceleration due to gravity at different planets are given below.
Pendulums Planets
L. l = 100 cm
M. l = 90 cm
N. l = 120 cm
P. g = 9.8 m/s
2
Q. g = 19.6 m/s
2
R. g = 4.9 m/s
2
Which of the following combinations will give more time period?
1. Pendulum L, planet P
2. Pendulum N, planet Q
3. Pendulum M, planet R
4. Pendulum N, planet R
60) Which of the following electromagnetic radiation is used in
radiography?
1. γrays
2. Xrays
3. Microwaves
4. Radio waves
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61) In a resonating air column experiment with a closedend
tube, first resonance occurs when the length of air column is 10
cm. second resonance occurs at
1. 5 cm
2. 20 cm
3. 30 cm
4. 40 cm
62) A house is fitted with ten lamps of each 60 Watt. If each
lamp burns for 5 hours a day on an average, the cost of
consumption in a month of 30 days at 80 paise per unit is
1. `.36
2. `.72
3. `.18
4. `.54
63) Distance between a node and the next antinode in a stationary
wave is 10 cm. Then the wavelength is
1. 5 cm
2. 40 cm
3. 20 cm
4. 10 cm
64) Which isotope is used to kill cancer cells?
1. Cobalt
2. Sodium
3. Iodine
4. Carbon
65) Newton’s corpuscular theory explains the phenomenon of
1. Interference
2. Polarization
3. Diffraction
4. Refraction
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66) A wire of length 10 cm carrying a current 2A is held
perpendicular to a uniform magnetic field of induction 2 × 10
3
wb/m
2
. The force on the wire is
1. 4 × 10
3
N
2. 4 × 10
2
N
3. 4 × 10
4
N
4. 4 × 10
5
N
67) For destructive superposition of waves, the phase difference
between the waves is
1. Π
2. Π/2
3. 2Π
4. 3Π/2
68) When the north pole of the magnet is towards the north of
earth the null points are found
1. At the centre of the magnet
2. At the poles
3. On the axial line
4. On the equatorial line
69) Which of the following does not form ntype semiconductor?
1. Arsenic
2. Antimony
3. Phosphorus
4. Indium
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70) Two magnetic poles one of which is 9 times as strong as
other, exert a force of 81 dyne on one other, when placed 10 cm
apart. The pole strengths in CGS units are
1. 30, 270
2. 60, 540
3. 20, 180
4. 10, 90
71) The magnetic moment of a bar magnet is 200 units. If the
magnet is cut into two parts of equal size along axial line, then the
magnetic moment of each part is _______units.
1. 200
2. 100
3. 50
4. 400
72) Current ‘i’ in the circuit is
1. 1 A
2. 2 A
3. 3 A
4. 4 A
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73) The pair of isotones among the following is
1.
31
14
Si,
32
15
P
2.
13
6
C,
13
7
N
3.
21
10
Nc,
22
10
Nc
4.
40
19
K,
40
20
Co
74) In BCD code, the first 4bits are called ________ and the
remaining 4bits are called ________.
1. Numeric bits, Zone bits
2. Zone bits, Numeric bits
3. Arithmetic bits, Zone bits
4. Zone bits, Arithmetic bits
75) Match the following:
ColumnI ColumnII
i. Ruby laser
ii. HeNe laser
iii.
iv.
A. pnp transistor
B. npn transistor
C. 6328 Å
D. 6943 Å
1. i − Ð, ii −C, iii − A, i: −B
2. i − Ð, ii −C, iii − B, i: − A
3. i − C, ii − Ð, iii − A, i: −B
4. i − C, ii − Ð, iii − B, i: − A
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76) The principal quantum number and azimuthal quantum
number of last electron in the element with atomic number 24 are
1. 4,1
2. 4,0
3. 3,2
4. 3,1
77) Match the following:
ColumnI (Quantum numbers) ColumnII
i. n
ii. l
iii. m
iv. s
a. angular momentum of electrons
b. energy of orbits
c. shape of orbitals
d. orientation of subshells
1. i − o, ii − b, iii −c, i: −J
2. i − b, ii − c, iii −J, i: −o
3. i − b, ii − c, iii −o, i: −J
4. i − J, ii − c, iii − b, i: −o
78) Shapes of CO
2
and PCl
3
respectively are
1. Angular, Linear
2. Angular, Pyramidal
3. Linear, Pyramidal
4. Linear, Bent
79) Chief component of cooking gas is
1. Butane
2. Ethane
3. Methane
4. Octane
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80) The dative bond in NH
4
+
molecule is formed
1. By lone pair of electrons from hydrogen shared between
nitrogen and proton
2. By lone pair of electrons from nitrogen shared between
nitrogen and proton
3. By lone pair of electrons from hydrogen transferred to
nitrogen
4. By lone pair of electrons from nitrogen transferred to proton
81) Which of the following is not a Doberiener triad?
1. Cl, Br, I
2. S, Se, Te
3. Fe, Co, Ni
4. Mg, Ca, Ba
82) Shaving soap contains excess of
1. Builders
2. Perfumes
3. Glycerol
4. Stearic acid
83) Which pair of atomic numbers belongs to sblock?
1. 11, 26
2. 12, 29
3. 4, 38
4. 20, 35
84) Which of the following decreases from left to right in a
period generally?
1. Electronegativity
2. Oxidizing property
3. Atomic radius
4. All the above
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85) Which of the following is an ore of Magnesium?
1. Beryl
2. Barytes
3. Carnalite
4. Hematite
86) The products formed when magnesium is burnt in air:
1. MgO
2. Mg
3
N
2
3. Both 1 and 2
4. MgH
2
87) If 50 ml of 0.26 M NaCl solution is changed to 0.1 M
strength by adding water, then the volume of solution after adding
water is___________
1. 130 ml
2. 80 ml
3. 260 ml
4. 210 ml
88) The sugar content in molasses is
1. 10%
2. 20%
3. 50%
4. 90%
89) Which of the following has maximum weight percentage?
1. 5 gram of sodium carbonate is added to 95 gram of water
2. 15 gram of oxalic acid is present in 150 gram of its aqueous
solution
3. 10 gram of sodium chloride is dissolved in 190 gram of water
4. 25 gram of potassium iodide is present in 400 gram of its
aqueous solution
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90) The heat of neutralization of the reaction
NH
4
OH + HCl ⟶ NH
4
Cl + H
2
O is
1. 13.7 k.cal/mole
2. 14.2 k.cal/mole
3. 13.2 k.cal/mole
4. 15.3 k.cal/mole
91) Which of the following is false?
1. Volatility order is CH
3
COOH > HCl > H
2
SO
4
2. The colour of methyl orange in basic solution is yellow
3. Arrhenius theory explains the acidic nature of CO
2
, SO
2
,
P
2
O
5
etc.
4. pH of 0.001 M HCl is 3
92) Which of the following is a good conductor of electricity?
1. Diamond
2. Graphite
3. Buckminster fullerene
4. All the above
93) Hydrolysis of Aluminium Carbide gives
1. Ethane
2. Methane
3. Ethylene
4. Propene
94) Aldoses are
1. Polyhydroxy ketones
2. Polyhydroxy aldehydes
3. Polyhydroxy amines
4. Polyhydroxy esters
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95) Reaction with piece of sodium metal is the test _______
group.
1. Aldehyde
2. Alcohol
3. Ketone
4. Ester
96) Take glucose solution and add Benedict’s solution. In this
solution, glucose
1. Oxidizes Cu
2
O to Cu
2+
2. Reduces Cu
2+
to Cu
2
O
3. Oxidizes CuO to Cu
3+
4. Reduces Cu
3+
to CuO
97) Which of the following is an essential aminoacid?
1. Glycine
2. Alanine
3. Valine
4. Serine
98) Which of the following is a saturated fatty acid?
1. Myristoleic acid
2. Lauric acid
3. Palmitoleic acid
4. Linoleic acid
99) Glassblowing is possible with
1. Flint glass
2. Pyrex glass
3. Soda glass
4. Hard glass
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100) Solubility of a substance depends on
1. Nature of solute
2. Nature of solvent
3. Temperature
4. All
SECTIONIII (ENGLISH)
101) Which of the following is correct statement?
1. “I have lost my both parents”
2. “I washed my some clothes”
3. “These all books belong to the library”
4. “I met him after five long years”
102) Synonym of the word “verdict”
1. Installment
2. Judgement
3. Rule
4. Volume
103) Choose the best word that fits the blank.
“Einstein is ______ Newton of our age”
1. a
2. an
3. the
4. None
104) Choose the best word that fits the blank.
“I prefer Mazaa _______ Pepsi”
1. than
2. to
3. for
4. by
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105) Find the parts of speech of the underlined word.
“He seldom comes for an annual sports meet”
1. Adjective
2. Preposition
3. Interjection
4. Adverb
106) Choose the best word that fits the blank.
“Tony is notorious _______ his misdeeds”
1. to
2. by
3. for
4. with
107) Find the sentence with same meaning as the sentence –
“I am not a king. So, I can’t imprison you”
1. “If I was a king, I will imprison you”
2. “If I were a king, I will imprison you”
3. “If I was a king, I would imprison you”
4. “If I were a king, I would imprison you”
108) Choose the best word that fits the blank.
“My children feel _________if they are taken out.”
1. cheering
2. cheer
3. cheers
4. cheerful
109) Find the sentence with same meaning as the sentence –
“He did not come here. He did not go there.”
1. “He neither come here nor there”
2. “He neither came here nor there”
3. “He came neither here nor there”
4. “He neither came here nor went there”
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110) Choose the best word that fits the blank.
“Alexander Fleming ________ the penicillin.”
1. discovered
2. invented
3. found
4. got
111) Find the sentence with same meaning as the sentence –
“The petrol ran out, the car broke down”
1. “No sooner the petrol ran out than the car broke down”
2. “No sooner had the petrol ran out than the car broke down”
3. “No sooner the petrol run out than the car broke down”
4. “No sooner had the petrol run out than the car broke down”
112) Change the voice.
“The teacher said to the students, “Go away.” ”
1. The teacher said the students go away
2. The teacher said the students to go away
3. The teacher asked the students go away
4. The teacher asked the students to go away
113) Find the sentence with same meaning as the sentence –
“Sleep well. Otherwise, you may fell ill”
1. “Sleep well lest you should fell ill”
2. “Sleep well lest you shouldn’t fell ill”
3. “Sleep well lest you may fell ill”
4. “Sleep well lest you may not fell ill”
114) Find the parts of speech of the underlined word.
“Bravo! You’ve defeated your rival”
1. Adjective
2. Preposition
3. Adverb
4. Interjection
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115) Change the sentence into comparative degree.
“The Ganges is the longest river in India”
1. “The Ganges is larger than any other river in India”
2. “The Ganges is larger than most other rivers in India”
3. “The Ganges is larger than some other rivers in India”
4. “The Ganges is larger than many other rivers in India”
116)
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1
wìth uII hìs
2
]¡ìcnds, u¡c comìng
3
ìn thc sumc bus"
4
The sentence has a mistake in the part______
1. 1
2. 2
3. 3
4. 4
117)
"1hc bo¡ ìs good
1
ìn LngIìsh.
2
So,hc gcts good mu¡ks ìn ìt"
3
The sentence has a mistake in the part______
1. 1
2. 2
3. 3
4. All parts are correct
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(118123)PASSAGE: Read the following passage carefully and
answer the questions from 118 to 123.
Mr. and Mrs. Dursley, of number four, Privet Drive, were proud to say that they
were perfectly normal, thank you very much. They were the last people you’d
expect to be involved in anything strange or mysterious, because they just didn’t
hold with such nonsense.
Mr. Dursley was the director of a firm called Grunnings, which made drills. He
was a big, beefy man with hardly any neck, although he did have a very large
mustache. Mrs. Dursley was thin and blonde and had nearly twice the usual
amount of neck, which came in very useful as she spent so much of her time
craning over garden fences, spying on the neighbors. The Dursleys had a small son
called Dudley and in their opinion there was no finer boy anywhere.
The Dursleys had everything they wanted, but they also had a secret, and their
greatest fear was that somebody would discover it.
They didn’t think they could bear it if anyone found out about the Potters. Mrs.
Potter was Mrs. Dursley’s sister, but they hadn’t met for several years; in fact, Mrs.
Dursley pretended she didn’t have a sister, because her sister and her goodfor
nothing husband were as unDursleyish as it was possible to be. The Dursleys
shuddered to think what the neighbors would say if the Potters arrived in the street.
The Dursleys knew that the Potters had a small son, too, but they had never even
seen him. This boy was another good reason for keeping the Potters away; they
didn’t want Dudley mixing with a child like that.
 (extract from “Harry Potter And the Sorcerer’s
Stone” by J.K. Rowling)
118) Who was the director of Grunnings?
1. Mrs. Dursley
2. Mr. Dursley
3. Harry Potter
4. J.K. Rowling
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119) Why were Dursleys afraid?
1. Someone might discover the secret they had
2. Her son was a finer boy anywhere
3. They had everything they wanted
4. They were perfectly normal
120) Meaning of the word “beefy”
1. Thin
2. Tall
3. Fat
4. Notorious
121) Mr. Potter was
1. Mrs. Dursley’s sister
2. Mrs. Dursley’s brother
3. Mrs. Dursley’s brotherinlaw
4. Mrs. Dursley’s husband
122) “….nothing husband were as unDursleyish as it was possible
to be.”
The parts of speech of the underlined word:
1. Adverb
2. Adjective
3. Pronoun
4. Interjection
123) Who was another good reason for keeping the Potters away
by Dursleys?
1. Dursleys’ son
2. Potters’ son
3. Dursleys’ daughter
4. Potters’ daughter
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124) Choose the word spelt incorrectly
1. EXCITE
2. ACCEPTANCE
3. MYSTERY
4. BELEIVE
125) Choose the word spelt incorrectly
1. OPTICIAN
2. IMAGINE
3. PRISONOR
4. EVIDENT
126) Choose the word spelt incorrectly
1. MALIGNENT
2. COUNCELLOR
3. CONFIDENCE
4. IMMEDIATE
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(127129) PASSAGE: Read the following passage from your
Supplementary Reader –I carefully and answer the questions from 127 to 129.
A square, balustraded gallery ran round the top of the old hall. It could be
approached by a double stair. From this central point two long corridors extended
the whole length of the building and from which all the bedrooms opened. My
bedroom was in the same wing as Sir Henry’s. These rooms were much more
modern and brighter than the central part of the house.
The dining room which opened out of the hall was a long and dark room. We
talked very little while eating. After dinner we sat in the modern billiard room to
smoke.
“It isn’t a very cheerful place, is it?” said Sir Henry. “I suppose we will get used to
it, but right now I don’t feel comfortable at all. No wonder my uncle was nervous,
living all alone in such a house. Shall we retire early tonight? Perhaps in the
morning, it might seem a bit more cheerful.”
127) Who is the narrator of this passage?
1. Sir Henry Baskerville
2. Watson
3. Sherlock Holmes
4. Cartwright
128) “….No wonder my uncle was nervous…” Who is the uncle?
1. Hugo Baskerville
2. Charles Baskerville
3. Henry Baskerville
4. Sherlock Holmes
129) What extended the whole length of the building?
1. Gallery
2. Stairs
3. Corridors
4. Rooms
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130) “He is a man of strong conviction”. Meaning of underlined
word is _______
1. will power
2. firm belief
3. good character
4. noble mind
131) “She ran into debts by over expenditure”. Meaning of
underlined word is _______
1. Entered
2. Scrambled
3. Came out of
4. Waited for
132) Choose the best word that fits the blank.
“Mahesh drove _______ of cows in the field to graze.”
1. flock
2. herd
3. group
4. mob
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(133135) PASSAGE: Read the following passage from your
Supplementary Reader –II carefully and answer the questions from 133 to 135.
My husband came to the door with me that evening as I set out for the PTA
meeting. ‘Invite her over for a cup of tea after the meeting,’ he said. ‘I want to get
a look at her.’
‘If only she’s there’, I said prayerfully.
‘She’ll be there,’ my husband said, ‘I don’t see how they could hold a PTA
meeting without Charles’ mother.’
At the meeting I sat restlessly scanning each comfortable matronly face, trying to
determine which one hid the secret of Charles. None of them looked to me haggard
enough. Noone stood up in the meeting, apologized for the way her son had been
acting. No one mentioned Charles.
 (from the story “Charles” in supplementary ReaderII)
133) Who is the narrator of this passage?
1. Charles’ father
2. Charles’ mother
3. Laurie’s father
4. Laurie’s mother
134) Whom did her husband ask her to invite?
1. Charles’ father
2. Charles’ mother
3. Laurie’s father
4. Laurie’s mother
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135) Meaning of the word “apology”
1. A statement saying that one is pity for having seen something
wrong
2. A statement saying that one is sorry for having done
something wrong
3. A statement saying that one is happy for having done
something good
4. None
136) Find the word in which underlined part is pronounced in the
same way as in the key word “food”
1. blood
2. good
3. foot
4. rude
137) Find the word in which underlined part is pronounced in the
same way as in the key word“alibi”
1. biscuit
2. bird
3. bible
4. billion
138) Find the word in which underlined part is pronounced in the
same way as in the key word“gigantic”
1. magnet
2. grass
3. damage
4. organize
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139) Find the word which rhymes in the same way as in the key
word“paste”
1. fast
2. caste
3. last
4. taste
140) Find the word which rhymes in the same way as in the key
word“fight”
1. rate
2. tight
3. lake
4. bike
141) Find the word which rhymes in the same way as in the key
word“curry”
1. fury
2. bury
3. cherry
4. worry
142) Choose the best word that fits the blank.
“He went in to change his clothes and came back in the ____of
a priest.”
1. costume
2. cloth
3. garb
4. garment
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143) Choose the best word that fits the blank
“The accused _________ that he was guilty”
1. agreed
2. admitted
3. accepted
4. asked
144) Who is the author of the story “The Night at the Hotel”?
1. Siegfried Lenz
2. Christian Barnard
3. Gieve Patel
4. Anitha Desai
145) Who is the author of the story “The Case for the Defence”?
1. Anitha Desai
2. Graham Greene
3. Jams Thurber
4. Hallam Tennyson
146) Who is the poet of the poem “Snake”?
1. Rabindranath Tagore
2. Narah Burke
3. William Saroyan
4. D.H. Lawrence
147) “I’ve been studying in Sasi for two years” is in
1. Present perfect tense
2. Past perfect tense
3. Present perfect continuous tense
4. Present continuous tense
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148) “Swimming is my favourite recreation”. Parts of speech of
underlined word is
1. Noun
2. Verb
3. Adverb
4. Adjective
149) Who is the best loved citizen of Calcutta?
1. Vinoba Bhave
2. Mother Teresa
3. Rabindranath Tagore
4. Mamatha Banerjee
150) Rex was
1. a rat
2. a camel
3. a dog
4. an ox
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110
4 1 3 2 4 3 3 2 1 3
1120
4 1 2 2 2 3 3 2 3 4
2130
2 2 3 2 1 3 1 1 1 2
3140
4 1 2 3 1 4 2 3 2 3
4150
3 3 2 1 3 1 1 3 4 4
5160
2 4 1 3 3 4 3 1 4 2
6170
3 2 2 1 4 3 1 4 4 1
7180
2 2 1 2 2 2 2 3 1 2
8190
4 4 3 3 3 3 1 3 2 3
91100
3 2 2 2 2 2 3 2 2 4
101110
4 2 3 2 4 3 4 4 4 1
111120
4 4 1 4 1 3 2 2 1 3
121130
3 2 2 4 3 1 2 2 3 2
131140
1 2 4 2 2 4 3 3 4 2
141150
4 3 2 1 2 4 3 1 2 3