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1) This test is an illustrationof the layout and format of what can be expected in a typical objective test. It is
mainly for guidance, familiarization and practice. However, the exact number of questions, their difficulty
levelsandvarietyoftheobjectivequestionscouldvaryfromtesttotest.
2) Questions in this paper have been deliberately drawn from a number of test resources available in the
marketincludingyourcoursebooks.

InstructionsforthisTest

1) Durationoftestis120Minutes.
2) There are 120 MCQs; 30 each in biology, chemistry, and physics, 15 each in English and mathematics. All
questionsarecompulsory.
3) SelectONEoutoffourpossibleoptionsgivenwitheachquestion.Allquestionscarryequalmarks.
4) Pleasemarkyouranswersontheanswersheetwithaballpointorfelttippen.
5) Donotstayfortoolongonanyonequestion;maintainarateofroughlyaminuteperquestion.
6) Eachcorrectanswergetsyou+4score,eachwronganswer1,andeachunansweredquestiona0score.
7) Nomobilephones,calculatorsandwristwatcheswithcalculatorareallowedintheExaminationHall.
8) EntryinhallwouldnotbeallowedwithoutEntrancetestticket.
9) Pleasereturntotheexaminerboththequestionpaperaswellastheanswersheetattheendofthetest.Any
slippageonthiswillcostyoutheEntranceTest.
10) No questions will be answered in the examination hall regarding the contents of the test. You will have to
relyentirelyonyourownunderstandingofthepaper.
11) Students are supposed to detach carbon copy after the test is finished and may match their score three
hourslaterwhiletheanswerkeyisuploadedonwebsite.

Chemistry

1. Therateofachemicalreactionis:

A. determinedfromabalancedchemicalequation
B. thechangeinconcentrationofproductsandreactantsinacertainamountoftime
C. notpossibletodetermineexperimentally
D. expressedinunitsoftime

2. Inneutralization:

A. thebaseisneutralized
B. theacidisneutralized
C. asaltisformed
D. alloftheabove

3. Analkenewith16carbonshasamolecularformulaof:

A.
16 16
H C

B.
34 16
H C

C.
8 16
H C

D.
32 16
H C

4. In80gramsofNaOH,thereare:

A. 2molesofNaOH
B. 1moleofNaOH
C. 3molesofNaOH
D. 0.5molesofNaOH

5. rays(Alpha)are:

A. fastmovingelectrons
B. protons
C. neutron
D. positivelychargedheliumnuclei

6. Isopentaneandneopentanearetheexamplesof:

A. Functionalgroupisomerism
B. Positionisomerism
C. Chainisomerism
D. Metamerism

Physics

7. Asthetemperatureofasolidincreases,itsspecificheat:

A. increases
B. decreases
C. increases,thendecreases
D. decreases,thenincreases
E. remainsthesame

8. Radiationisthechiefmethodofenergytransfer:

A. fromtheSuntoanEarthsatellite
B. fromagasflametowaterinateakettle
C. fromasolderingirontometalsbeingsoldered
D. fromwatertoanicecubefloatinginit
E. fromamammaltothesurroundingair

9. Ifavibratingbodyistobeinresonancewithanotherbody,itmust:

A. beofthesamematerialastheotherbody
B. vibratewiththegreatestpossibleamplitude
C. haveanaturalfrequencyclosetothenaturalfrequencyoftheotherbody
D. vibratefasterthanusual
E. vibratemoreslowlythanusual

10. Whichpairincludesascalarquantityandavectorquantity?

A. Kineticenergyandmomentum
B. Potentialenergyandwork
C. Velocityandacceleration
D. Weightandforce

11. Aparticleperformssimpleharmonicmotionofamplitude0.020mandfrequency2.5Hz.Whatisits
maximumspeed?

A. 0.008
1
ms


B. 0.050
1
ms


C. 0.125
1
ms


D. 0.157
1
ms


E. 0.314
1
ms

12. Ageneratorproduces100kWofpoweratapotentialdifferenceof10kV.Thepoweristransmitted
throughcablesoftotalresistance5 .Howmuchpowerisdissipatedinthecables?

A. 50W
B. 250W
C. 500W
D. 1000W
E. 50000W

Biology

13. Endofmenstrualcycleinoldageiscalled:

A. Andropause
B. Menopause
C. Gametopause
D. Alloftheabove

14. GenotyperatioofMendelsLawofindependentassortmentis:

A. 3:1
B. 1:2:1
C. 9:3:3:1
D. Noneoftheabove

15. Whichofthefollowingisacharacteristicoflandplants?

A. Multicellularplantbody
B. Heterogamy
C. Alternationofgenerations
D. Alloftheabove

16. Moldsandyeastareclassifiedas

A. Rhodophytes
B. Bryophytes
C. Fungi
D. Ciliates
E. Flagellates

17. Whichcompoundcaptureslightenergyinplants?

A.
2
O

B.
2
CO

C.
O H
2

D. Chlorophyll
E. Noneoftheabove

18. Whichiscorrectlyassociated?

A. RNA:thymine
B. DNA:uracil
C. RNA:replication
D. mRNA:picksupaminoacids
E. RNA:ribosesugars

Mathematics

19. 180.04=?

A. 4.5
B. 45
C. 450
D. 4,500
E. 45,000

20. Whatis0.1percentexpressedasadecimal?

A. 0.001
B. 0.01
C. 0.1
D. 1
E. 10.0

21. 30 isclosestto:

A. 5
B. 5.4
C. 5.5
D. 5.6
E. 5.7

22. Aboytakes3minutestoreadastoryof315words.Howmanyminuteswillittakehimtoreada
storyof945wordsatthesamerate?

A. 2
B. 8
C. 6
D. 3
E. 9

23. Thecircumferenceofacirclewhosediameteris7inchesisapproximately:

A. 22inches
B. 28inches
C. 38inches
D. 154inches
E. 14inches

English

Completethesentencesbychoosingthemostappropriateword,fromthegivenletteredchoices(AtoD)
beloweach.

24. Sensorycells_______impulsesbyproducingelectricalsignals.

A. responding
B. torespond
C. respondto
D. respond

25. Thefirstengine______heattodriveamachinewasthesteamengine.

A. madeuseof
B. tomakeuseof
C. ofusing
D. ofmakinguse

Choosetheletteredwordorphrasethatismostnearlyoppositeinmeaningtothewordincapital
letters.

26. SIMULATED:

A. real
B. contrived
C. unassuming
D. false

27. MONOTHEIST:

A. psychologist
B. analyst
C. polytheist
D. physicist

Identifythewordorphrasethatneedstobechangedforthesentencetobecorrect:

28. Yesterdayoneoftheteacherwascalledbytheprincipal.Noerror.
A B C D E

29. Alifindsitdifficulttoputhisideaintowords.Noerror.
A BCD E

Choosethewordmostsimilarinmeaningtothecapitalizedones.

30. DESPAIR:

A. dejection
B. confidence
C. encouragement
D. expectation
E. hope

31. FEEBLE:

A. faint
B. strong
C. vigorous
D. sane

Readthepassagetoanswerthequestion910

Itisimportantthatweshoulddevelopanattitudeofobjectiveandclearthinkinginthestudyofscience.
Itwillopenandenlargeourmindswhicharetheverysoulofscience.Experimentsandresearchwork
havebroughtaboutgreatadvancementinscience.Therefore,wemustrealizethatscienceisacreative
activity.

32. Objectiveandclearthinkingmakethestudyofscience

A. Easier
B. Difficult
C. Fruitful
D. Enjoyable

33. Experimentsandresearchworkare

A. Different
B. Related
C. Unrelated
D. Opposite