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NTSE Test No: 2


Syllabus:

Mental Ability

: Series & Alphabets

Social Science

: Revolution in Europe & Rise of Nationalism in Europe

English

: Synonyms

Duration of Test

: 90 Minutes

Maximum Marks

: 90 Marks (1 Mark for Each Correct Answer)


Instructions

1. This Questions Paper Contains 3 Sections (Mathematics, Science & English)


2. Mental Ability- 35 Questions (Q.1 Q.35)
3. Social Science : 35 Questions (Q.36 Q.70 )
4. English : 20 Questions (Q.71 Q.90 )
5. All of them Compulsory. Please ensure that the question paper you received
contains all the questions and pages.
6. Each Question has only one correct answer and carry one mark each.
7. There is No Negative marking for wrong answer
8. Indicate the Correct Answer for each question by filling appropriate bubble(s)
in your OMR Sheet
9. Use only HB Pencil for darkening the bubble(s)

Section-A
(Mental Ability)
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In each of the following questions, a number series is given with one term missing.
Choose the correct
alternative that will continue the same pattern and replace the question mark in
the given series.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.

4, 7, 12, 19, 28,?


a) 30

b) 36

c) 39

d) 49

2, 5, 9, ?, 20, 27
a) 14

b) 16

c) 18

d) 24

6, 11, 21, 36, 56, ?


a) 42
b) 51

c) 81

d) 91

22, 24, 28, ? 52, 84


a) 36
b) 38

c) 42

d) 46

0, 2, 8, 14, ?, 34
a) 20

c) 24

d) 25

4, 9, 25, ?, 121, 169, 289, 361


a) 49
b) 64

c) 81

d) 87

625, 5, 125, 25, 25, ?, 5


a) 5
) 25

c) 125

d) 625

2 4
11 16
, , ?,
,
3 7
21 31
5
a)
9

b) 23

b)

6
11

c)

7
13

d)

9
17

9.

In the series 10, 17, 24, 31, 38, which of the following will be a number of the series?
a) 48
b) 346
c) 574
d) 1003

10.

In the series 3, 9, 15, , what will be the 21 st term?


a) 117
b) 121
c) 123

d) 129

Complete the given series.


11.
12.
13.
14.
15.

25, 20, 15, 10, ..


a) 50
b) 75

c) 100

d) 5

3, 7, 15, 31,
a) 63

c) 43

d) 73

4, 9, 19 34, 54, .
a) 79
b) 74

c) 89

d) 83

1, 3, 6, 10, 15, ., 28, 36


a) 24
b) 22

c) 64

d) 21

b) 53

6, 36, 7, 49, 8, 64, ., 81, 10, 100


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a) 9
16.

17.
18.

b) 8

c) 69

d) 66

90, 84, 86, 80, .., 76, 78


a) 87
b) 82

c) 77

d) 89

7, 13, 25, 43, 67, .


a) 99
b) 100

c) 97

d) 98

17, 25, 41, 65, 97, .


a) 147
b) 100

c) 137

d) 98

In each of the following questions, one term is wrong . Find out the wrong
incorrect term.
19.
20.

11, 22, 44, 77, 122


a) 22
b) 122

c) 77

d) 44

Find the Missing Term in The Following Series


6, 9, 18, 21, 42, 45, ?, ?.
a) 90 and 91
b) 90 and 92
c) 90 and 93

d) 90 and 94

Directions : (21 to 30) Find the missing term(s) :


21.

22.

23.

24.

25.

26.

27.

28.

DFK, FEL, HDM, JCN, ?


(A) KBN
(B) KBO

(C) LBO

(D) LBN

JXG, HTJ, FPN, ?, BHY


(A) EKS
(B) ELS

(C) DRL

(D) DLS

B2E, D5H, F12K, H27M, ?


(A) J58Q
(B) J56Q

(C) J57Q

(D) J56P

CYD, FTH, IOL, LJP, ?


(A) PET
(B) OET

(C) OEY

(D) PEV

ZGL, XHN, VIQ, TJU, ?


(A) RKX
(B) RKY

(C) RLZ

(D) RKZ

2B, 4C, 8E, 14H, ?


(A) 22L
(B) 24L

(C) 22K

(D) 2 M

MTH, QRK, UPN, YNQ, ?


(A) CKT
(B) CLT

(C) ELT

(D) EKT

B3M, E7J, H15G, K31D, ?


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(A) N65A
29.

30.

31.

32.

33.

34.

35.

(B) O63A

(C) N63A

(D) N63Z

5X9,X8U12, 11R15, 14O18, ?


(A) 17L21
(B) 17K21

(C) 17M21

(D) 17L23

6C7, 8F10, 11J14, 15O19, ?


(A) 19U24 (B) 20U25

(C) 19U25

(D) 20U24

Direction : (31-35) Find the wrong term(s) :


ECA, JHF, OMK, TQP, YWU
(A) ECA
(B) JHF
(C) TQP

(D) YWU

DKY, FJW, HIT, JHS, LGQ


(A) FJW
(B) LGQ

(C) JHJ

DVG, FSI, HPK, JNM, LJO


(A) DVG
(B) JNM

(C) HPK

(D) LJO

CDF, DEG, EFH, FHI


(A) CDF
(B) DEG

(C) FHI

(D) EFH

ZLA, BMY, CNW, FOU, HPS


(A) ZLA
(B) BMY

(C) FOU

(D) CNW

(D) HIT

Section-B
Social Science
36. After the year 1500, the rulers of Russia were called :(A) Tsars
(B) General
(C) Duke
(D) King
37. Under the system of............, the government owns all farms and industries.
(A) Democracy
(B) Communism
(C) Dictator
(D) All of them
38. The........... was fought in 1917 because people in Russia were unhappy with the new
government.
(A) French Revolution
(B) American Revolution
(C) Russian Revolution
(D) Indian Revolution
39. The Russian people wanted peace, land and .....
(A) Clothes
(B) Shetter
(C) Education
(D) Bread
40. .............. was the leader of Bolsheviks.
(A) Nicholas II
(B) Trays
(C) Vladimir Lenin (D) Josepstatlin
41. During a................war, people of the same nation fight against one another.
(A) Civil
(B) Military
(C) International
(D) All of these
42. Who was Russian last Tsar ?
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43.
44.
45.
46.
47.
48.

49.

50.
51.

52.
53.
54.

55.

56.

(A) Nicholas II
(B) Vladimir Lenin (C) Josepstalin
(D) Engles
Whom did karlmarx say would be ruler in a communist government ?
(A) Tsars
(B) President
(C) Workers
(D) Prime Minister
Which group wanted Russia to become, a communist motion ?
(A) Bolsheviks
(B) White Russian (C) Germans
(D) French
Which leader took Russia out of the First World War ?
(A) Nicholas II
(B) Vladimir Lenin (C) Josepstalin
(D) None of these
When did the First five year plan started.
(A) 1927
(B) 1928
(C) 1929
(D) 1930
When did the Soviet Union break up ?
(A) 1989
(B) 1990
(C) 1991
(D) 1992
The destruction of the Bastille of July 14 1789 was significant event in the French
Revolution because it ?
(A) Freed hundreds of philospheres who became leaders of the Revolution
(B) Proovided the revolutionists with large quantities of arms
(C) Removed a hatred symbol of despotism
(D) Gave the revolutionsitss a strong fortress in Paris
Which were the two privileged classes in France before the Revolution ?
(A) Nobility and peasants
(B) Nobility and clergy
(C) Nobility and bourgeoisie
(D) Clergy and bourgeoisie
Which class was most powerful in France immediately after the Reign of Terror ?
(A) Nobility
(B) Clergy
(C) Middle class
(D) Peasants
The legislative body of France before the French Revolution of 1789 was the ?
(A) National Assembly
(B) Parliament
(C) Third Estate
(D)
Estates-General
The last French king under the Old Regime was ?
(A) Louis XV
(B) Louis XVI
(C) Louis Philippe
(D) Louis Napoleon
A writer whose ideas influenced the Declaration of the Rights of Man was ?
(A) Rousseau,
(B) Robespierre
(C) Richelieu
(D) Hugo
An important cause of the French Revolution (1789) was the ?
(A) Unfair system of taxation
(B) Abdication of the king
(C) Abolition of feudalism
(D) Persecution of the
Huguenots
The first act of violence during the French Revolution was the ?
(A) Guillotining of Danton
(B) Execution of Marie
Antoinette
(C) Coup d etat
(D) Storming of the Bastille
The author of the social contract was ?
(A) Rousseau
(B) Voltaire
(C) Locke
(D) Jefferson

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57.

58.

59.

60.

61.

62.

63.

64.
65.

66.

67.

The funamental cause of the French Revolution of 1789 was the ?


(A) Reign of Terror
(B) Attempted flight of the king
(C) Fear of foreign invasion
(D) Abuses of the Old Regime
"Men are born and remain equal in rights. Law is the expression of the general will" is
stated in the ?
(A) United Nations charter
(B) English Bill of rights
(C) Magna Carta
(D) French Declaration of the rights of man
A permanent result of the French Revolution of 1789 was the ?
(A) Abolition of the feudal class system (B) Estabilishment of a two-party system of
government
(C) Loss of french overseas empire
(D)
Destruction
ofthebourgeoisis
Foreign intervention during the French Revolution helped to bring about the ?
(A) Occupation of France by England
(B) Establishment of an absolute monarchy
(C) Reign of Terror
(D) Destruction of radical groups
In their writings voltaire and Rousseau emphasized the ?
(A) Superiority of the French nation
(B) Opportunities for world domination by
France (C) Deeds of french heroes
(D) Injustices of the times in france
Which best explains why the revolt against the Old Regime began in france earlier
than in Central Europe ?
(A) There was greater suffering in France
(B) Punishment for revolt was less severe in france
(C) The king's power was more absolute in france
(D) The middle class was more numerous and enlightened in France
This law gave the French government control of the Catholic Church ?
(A) Tennis Court Oath
(B) Civil Constitution of
the Clergy
(C) Committee of public safety
(D) None of these
Island where Napoleon was exiled ?
(A) St. Hicks
(B) Melba
(C) Everest
(D) Helena
The reign of terror lasted ?
(A) 2 years between July 1792-july 1794 (B) 1 year between Jan 1793-Jan 1794
(C) 1 year between July
(D)
Soon
after
the
establishment of the Directory
In 1789, King Louis XVI summoned the Estates-General primarily to ?
(A) Eliminate feudal dues
(B) Increases the influence of the peasants
(C) Raise taxes to pay off growing debt
(D) Protect the privileges of the First and second Estates
The tennis court Oath was made by ?
(A) A group of moderates known as Girondists
(B) King Louis XVI
(C) Napoleon
(D) Representatives of the Third Estate
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68.

The resentment of foreign rule and the desire to restore local customs are
characteristics of ?
(A) Dictatorship
(B) Nationalism
(C) Liberalism
(D) Imperialism

69.

Louis XVI was executed after being accused of ?


(A) Supporting universal suffrage
(B) Conspiring with foreign monarchs
(C) Sabotaging the reactionaries
(D) Aiding the Jacobins
The nobility's main source of income was ?
(A) Feudal dues collected from peasants (B) Tithes collected from church members
(C) Taxes on the income of artisans and merchants
(D) Government salaries
Before the revolution, members of the Third Estate had ?
(A) A smaller tax burden than the other estates
(B) A voice in government equal to that of the First and Second Estates
(C) Greater political influence than the clergy
(D) A high tax burden and little political power
The attack on a Pairs prison by enraged citizens was called ?
(A) The storming of the Bastille
(B) The Great Fear
(C) The great Fear
(D) The Reign of Terror
The constitution of 1791 provided voting rights for ?
(A) All male citizens
(B) All male and female citizens
(C) Nobles and clergy only
(D) Male citizens who
paid a minimum tax
All of the following contributed to the French financial crisis EXCEPT ?
(A) Lavish spending by Louis XV
(B) French support for the
American Revolution
(C) Cost-cutting measures of Louis XVI
(D) Unwillingness of the
nobility &clergy to pay taxes
Tax directly paid to the state was ?
(A) Taille
(B) Tithe
(C) Livre
(D) Clergy

70.

71.

72.

73.

74.

75.

Section-C
English
Q76.
Q77.
Q78.

Pick out the nearest correct meaning or synonyms of the words given below:
WRATH
a) Violence
b) Anger
c) Hatred
d) Jealousy

e) Cruelty

ABSTINENCE
a) Synchronic

b) Torrential

c) Sobriety

d) Gluttony

e) Penance

ERUDITE
a) Execute

b) Expanse

c) Academic

d) Settle

e) Harsh
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Q79.
Q80.
Q81.
Q82.
Q83.
Q84.
Q85.
Q86.
Q87.
Q88.
Q89.
Q90.
Q91.
Q92.
Q93.
Q94.
Q95.
Q96.
Q97.

TACITURNITY
a) Dumbness

b) Changeableness

c) Hesitation

d) Reserve

e) Malice

ANIMATE
a) Kill

b) Dead

c) Energise

d) Calm

e) Boisterous

NIGGARDLY
a) Penurious

b) Generous

c) Liberal

d) Nimbus

e) Black

BLITHE
a) Joyless

b) Decent

c) Grudging

d) Somnolent

e) Cheerful

LIBERATE
a) Imprison

b) Enclose

c) Emancipate

d) Conceal

e) Vacillate

CAPTIVATE
a) Repel

b) Subjugate

c) Dangerous

d) Fascinate

e) Imprison

MELANCHOLY
a) Depressed

b) Prejudiced

c) Reckless

d) Cheerful

e) Sanguine

REDEEM
a) Raise

b) Extend

c) Fulfil

d) Reconsider e) Recover

BLAND
a) Unpleasant

b) Irritating

c) Affable

d) Harsh

LEGITIMATE
a) Valid

b) illicit

c) Unlawful

d) Distinguished e) Courteous

VISIONARY
a) Dreaming

b) Savant

c) Philosopher

d) Saint

e) Idealist

REVOKE
a) Repudiate

b) Repeal

c) Annul

d) Force

e) Awaken

IMMINENT
a) Eminent

b) Immediate

c) Future

d) Impending

e) Forward

IMPERATIVE
a) Order

b) Command

c) Suggestion

d) Anger

e) Necessity

EXEMPT
a) Duty

b) Provide

c) Relieve

d) Forgive

e) Help

INFIRMITY
a) Disease

b) Malady

c) Weakness

d) Slimness

e) Instability

PARTAKE
a) Participate

b) Reject

c) Exchange

d) Debate

e) Employ

ERSTWHILE
a) Formerly

b) Present

c) Futuristic

d) Non-existing e) Banished

TRAIT
a) Symbol

b) Characteristic

c) Habit

d) Identity

e) Tasteless

e) Colour
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Q98.
Q99.

GARISH
a) Bright

b) green

c) Scenic

d) Contrasting e) Dark

CELESTIAL
a) Astral

b) Solar

c) Galactic

d) Heavenly

e) Godly

b) Perfect

c) Killing

d) Magical

e) Skilful

Q100. CONSUMMATE
a) Sexual

ANSWERS
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MENTAL ABILITY (SERIES & ALPHABETS)


3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10 11 12

16

17

18

19

20

21

22

23

24

25

31

32

33

34

35

Social
Qu 36
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14

15

26

27

28

29

30

Studies (Revolution in Europe & Rise of Nationalism in Europe


37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50

52

53

54

55

56

57

58

59

60

67

68

69

70

71

72

73

74

75

76

77

78

79

80

91

92

93

94

95

English (Synonyms)
81 82 83 84 85

96

97

98

99

61

62

63

64

65

86

87

88

89

90

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