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(Class4)

2
MENTALABILITY

1.

45
The model is shaded to represent 2 100.
What decimal does the model represent?
(A) 245.0
(C) 2.45
(E) None of these.

(B) 0.245
(D) 24.5

2.

Megha and Anita made 48 cupcakes for a party. They decorated each cupcake with 5 chocolate
chips. How many chocolate chips did they use to decorate all 48 cupcakes?
(A) 5,00
(B) 480
(C) 500
(D) 240
(E) None of these.

3.

Sumanbeganhorseridingat7:30 A.M.Sherodefor3hours45 minutes.Whattimedidshefinish


riding?
(A) 4:15A.M.
(B) 10:15A.M.
(C) 11:15A.M.
(D) 11:45A.M.
(E) None of these.

4.

Which pair of numbers best complete the equation?


100 =
(A) 95 and 950
(C) 95 and 95,000
(E) None of these.

5.

6.

(B) 95 and 9,500


(D) 95 and 950,000

Which of the following describes the rule for this pattern?


15, 18, 17, 20, 19, 22, 21
(A) Add 3, add 1
(B) Add 3, subtract 1
(C) Add 1, subtract 3
(E) None of these.
Look at the box of balls.
What is the fraction of the blue ball to other balls in the box?
(A) 1/6
(B) 2/5
(C) 2/3
(D) 2/7
(E) None of these.

(D) Subtract 3, add 1

7.

Elaputatoycarandatoytruckonabalance.Togethertheyweighedabout1/2kg.Ifthetoytruck
weighs about 100 grams, about how much does the toy car weigh?
(A) 400 gm
(B) 10 gm
(C) 160 gm
(D) 250 gm
(E) None of these.

8.

Which of the following is shaded to show a fraction equivalent to 3/6?


(A) 1, 2
(B) 1, 3
(C) 3only
(D) 1only
(E) None of these.

9.

Each number in Set S is related in the same way to the number before it in Set T.
Set T
6
18
30

Set S
1
3
5

If the number in Set S is 9, what is one way to find its related number in Set T?
(A) Multiply 5 by 6
(B) Add 9 and 6
(C) Multiply 9 by 6
(D) Add 5 and 6
(E) None of these.

(Class4)

3
10. If we put number 4 in the box which equation will become true?
(A) 40
= 8
(E) None of these.

(B) 24

(C) 16

= 8

= 8

11. Find the numeral that means 2 hundreds, 9 tens, and 4 ones.
(A) 15
(B) 213
(C) 294
(E) None of these.

(D) 32

= 8

(D) 2,094

12. What is the total number of vertices in the cube?


(A) 12
(B) 8
(C) 6
(D) 4
(E) None of these.
13. Thechartshowsthe numberof visitorstoamuseumduring the
first 4 years when it was opened.
Which of the following shows the number of visitors in order
from greatest to least?
(A) 2,809 3,415 2,978 3,092
(B) 3,415 3,092 2,978 2,809
(C) 2,978 2,809 3,415 3,092
(D) 2,809 2,978 3,092 3,415
(E) None of these.

Year
1
2
3
4

Number of Visitors
3,415
2,809
3,092
2,978

14. Sharonhadacollectionof60coins.Sheputthecoinsinstackswiththesamenumberineachstack.
Which arrangement would NOT be possible if she used all the coins?
(A) 2 stacks of 30 coins
(B) 3 stacks of 20 coins
(C) 4 stacks of 15 coins
(D) 5 stacks of 14 coins
(E) None of these.
15. Lina has read 61 pagesof her library book. If the book has 90 pages,how many more pages she
should read to complete the book?
(A) 29
(B) 31
(C) 39
(D) 151
(E) None of these.
SCIENCE
16. Which of these is an example of environment?
(A) Asavanna
(C) Ashivering cat
(E) None of these.

(B) A dog catching a ball


(D) An elephants tusk

17. What kind of behaviour is a parrot showing when it says its own name?
(A) Suitable
(B) Learned
(C) Basic
(D) Instinctive
(E) None of these.
18. When a worker bee does a wagging dance, what is he trying to tell the other bees?
(A) That danger is near (B) He is just playing
(C) Where to find nectar(D) WheretheQueenis
(E) None of these.
19. Five scientists are tryingto determine which ofthe four beakersof wateris coldest.Each choice
belowshowswhateachscientistsaid.Whichcommentgivesthebeststartinfindingthisanswer?
(A) One of these feels the coldest to me
(B) Which one do you think is the coldest?
(C) What is the freezing point of water?
(D) Is there any way we can measure the temperature of the water in each beaker?
(E) None of these.
20. Which of these materials would let electricity flow through it?
(A) Plastic
(B) Cardboard
(C) Aluminiumcoil
(E) None of these.

(D) Rubber

(Class4)

21. The pictureshows the processof


(A) Melting
(C) Condensing
(E) None of these.

(B) Boiling
(D) Freezing

22. Whichofthesequestionscanbeansweredfromtheresults
of this experiment?
(A) Do beans need light in order to grow?
(B) Can beans grow faster in groups of eight?
(C) Does sea water affect bean growth?
(D) How much water is needed for beans to grow?
(E) None of these.
23. Inanexperimentsaltandsandaremixedtogether.Whichoftheseprocedurescouldbeusedtomost
easily separate the salt from the sand?
Stirthemixtureintoaglassofwater
Pourthemixtureinsomeotherglassthroughafilter
(A)
Evaporatethewater
Pourthemixtureontoapieceofpaper
Brushthemixtureintoapile
(B)
Dragamagnetthroughthepile
(C)

Putthemixtureinapan
Heatthepanfor10minutes
Letthehotmixturecoolslowly

Spreadthemixtureintoathinlayer
Lookatthemixturethroughamagnifyingglass
Separatethecrystalswithapin
(E) None of these.

(D)

24. Raccoonslivingincitieshavelearnedtoopenlidsofgarbagecans.Thisisanexampleofananimal
(A) Adaptingtoitsenvironment
(B) Inheriting the ability to change its diet
(C) Being tamed by humans
(D) Becoming a plant eater
(E) None of these.
Earth

25.

Sun
Q

Which of these best represents Mars?


(A) Q
(B) R
(E) None of these.

(C) S

(D) T

26. This experiment was probably set up toanswer which of the following questions?
(A) What is the mass of the ants?
(B) Will ants go to a dark or a light area?
(C) How many kinds of ants are there?
(D) Where do ants get food?
(E) None of these.
27. About how long does it take the Earth to make a complete rotation on its axis?
(A) One day
(B) One week
(C) Onemonth
(D) One year
(E) None of these.
28. Which of the following characteristics would NOT give animals an advantage in the ocean?
(A) Long body hair
(B) A smooth body
(C) Structures that sense movement
(D) A strong sense of smell
(E) None of these.

(Class4)

5
29. In the diagram, the label Z represents
(A) Sugar

(B) Carbondioxide
(C) Nitrogen

Water

(D) Watervapour

Foodproduction(photosynthesis)

(E) Noneofthese.

30. A car will skid less on a dry road than on a wet road. This happens because between the tyres
and the dry road, there is more
(A) Gravity
(B) Magnetism
(C) Friction
(D) Heat
(E) None of these.
31. Which pair best matches this pair of words?
COCOONMOTH
(A) TADPOLEFROG (B) WORM SNAKE
(C) BRANCHTREE
(E) None of these.

(D) EGG SEED

32. If a city wants to improve the natural environment of a park, what is the best thing to do?
(A) Construct a flower garden with park benches around it.
(B) Plant a variety of trees and shrubs that are native to the area.
(C) Build swings, slides, and seesaws for small children.
(D) All of these
(E) Noneofthese.
33. What changes the Suns energy into electrical energy?
(A) Voltage
(B) Generators
(C) Solarcells
(E) None of these.

(D) Electriccells

34. When a moving object rubs against something, its motion slows down because of a force called
(A) Gravity
(B) Inertia
(C) Speed
(D) Friction
(E) None of these.

35.
Which of the following is the next phase of the moon ?

(A)

(B)

(C)

(D)

(E) None of these.


36. Which of these best shows that the Earth revolves around the sun as the moon revolves around
theEarth?

(A)

(B)

(C)

(D)

(E) None of these.

(Class4)

37. Which cycle is correct?


(A) Morning,sunrise,afternoon,sunset
(C) Seed,matureplant,fruit,seedling
(E) Noneofthese.

(B) Summer,rainfall,winter,spring
(D) Baby, teenager,child, adult

38. The diagramshows a potatoplant in acup. The cupwas originally filledto the
top with water.
Which statement best explains why the cup no longer contains water?
(A) Thewaterfroze
(B) Thewatercondensed
(C) The water was taken in by the roots
(D) Thewaterwasmovedbygravity
(E) Noneofthese.
Caterpillar

39. What is shown in the given diagram?

Pupa

(A) Lifespan
(B) A population
(C) Alife cycle
(D) Acommunity
(E) Noneofthese.

Adultemerging
fromchrysalis

Egg
Adult

40. A student planted the same kind of seeds in pots A and B. She planted five seeds in pot A and
fiveseedsinpot B.Theamount andtypeofsoil inboth pots was thesame.Sheadded thesame
amountofwater tobothpotseachweek.Pot A wasplacedbyasunnywindow.Pot B wasplaced
in a dark room. After four weeks, she observed the plants in both pots.The plants in pot A were
green, with tall, thick stems. The plants in pot B were yellow, with tall, thin stems.
Which statement best explains why the plants in pot A were different from the plants in pot B?
(A) Pot A contained more soil than pot B.
(B) Pot A contained more seeds than pot B.
(C) Pot A received more sunlight than pot B.
(D) Pot A received more water than pot B.
(E) Noneofthese.
Direction(4142):Questions41and42arebasedonthe
water cycle shown in the diagram. Four parts of the
water cycle are labelled A, B, C, and D.

Cloud
A

41. Whichprocess isoccurring at D?


(A) Condensation
(B) Evaporation
(C) Precipitation
(D) Runoff
(E) Noneofthese.

Sun

Mountains
C
D
Lake

42. Water flowing on Earths surface at C is called


(A) Condensation
(B) Evaporation
(E) Noneofthese.

(C) Precipitation

Forest

(D) Runoff

43. A food chain is shown in diagram.


Sun

Greenplant

Mouse

Snake

Hawk

Which population would most likely decrease if the number of mouse greatly increased?
(A) Greenplants
(B) Snakes
(C) Hawks
(D)
Allof these
(E) Noneofthese.

(Class4)

7
44. Which object would reflect the most light ?
(A) Cloth
(C) Mirror
(E) Noneofthese.

(B) Wood
(D) Constructionpaper

45. Which skull is probably from an animal that ate grass ?

(A)

(B)

(C)

(D)

(E) None of these.


46. Thepictureshows
(A) Apulley
(B) A wheeland axle
(C) Aninclinedplane
(D) Alever
(E) Noneofthese.
?

47. Which of these best completes this concept map ?


(A) Magnetism
(B) Heat
(C) Sound
(D) Freezing
(E) Noneofthese.

Changes

Solids

Liquids

To

To

Liquids

Gases

48. What is the amount of space that matter takes up?


(A) Volume
(B) Weight
(C) Mass
(E) Noneofthese.

(D) Matter

49. Rain, snow and sleet are forms of what?


(A) Climate
(B) Precipitation
(E) Noneofthese.

(D) Weather

(C) Clouds

50. What is a stem?


(A) Part of the plant that connects the roots to the leaves.
(B) Part of the plant that connects the leaves to the leaves.
(C) Part of the plant that connects the roots to the ground.
(D) All of these.
(E) Noneofthese.
SPACEFORROUGHWORK

10th

Year 2007

MENTALABILITY
1.

Whatistheanotherwayofrepresentingthenumber109?
(A) 25+9

(B) 10+9

(C) 109

(D) 250+9

(E) Noneofthese.
2.

Whichpairofnumbersbestcompletesthistable?

(A)

819

8190

(B)

Number

Number10

625

6250

304
158

3040
1580

320

(C)

3220

405

(D)

4005

217

2107

(E) Noneofthese.
3.

Rakeshwenttohisgrandmother'shouseforafortnight.Forhowmanydaysdidhestay?
(A) 7days

(B) 14days

(C) 21days

(D) 15days

(E) Noneofthese.
4.

SunitahasgonetoDelhiandshewillcomebacktomorrow.Whatdoestomorrowmean?
(A) Thedaybeforetoday

(B) Thedayaftertoday

(C) Thedayafteryesterday

(D) Thedaybeforeyesterday

(E) Noneofthese.
5.

Raghavplayedsnakes&ladders.Hethrewadicethreetimes.

24

23

22

21

20

19

13

14

15

16

17

18

12

11

10

Inthreeturnshegotnumbers5,4and1onthedice.
Onwhatnumberdidhereach?
(A) 22

(B) 10

(C) 14

(D) 15

(E) Noneofthese.
6.

WhichsymbolsareneverrepeatedinRomanNumerals?
(A) V

(B) L

(C) D

(D) Allofthese

(E) Noneofthese.
7.

Choosethesmallestfraction.
(A)

1
2

(B)

1
4

(C)

1
6

(D)

1
8

(E) Noneofthese.
8.

Abusticketcosts30p.Whatisthetotalcostforaclassof30childrentotravelbythebus?
(A) 90p

(B) Rs.9

(C) Rs.90

(E) Noneofthese.
2

(D) Rs.900

9.

1.00a.m.is____
(A) 0100hours

(B) 1000hours

(C) 1300hours

(D) 0001hours

(E) Noneofthese.
10.

Whenyoustretchallthe4fingersofyourhand.Whatanglesdoyourfingersmake?
(A) Acuteangles

(B) Obtuseangles

(C) Rightangles

(D) Allofthese

(C) 10grams

(D) 10000grams

(E) Noneofthese.
11.

Howmanygramsaretherein10kg?
(A) 100grams

(B) 1000grams

(E) Noneofthese.
12.

Whichofthefollowinghavetheirsumequaltotheirproduct?
(A) 1,2,3

(B) 2,3,4

(C) 2,3,5

(D) 3,2,4

(E) Noneofthese.
13.

Wehavetopaintallthesidesofwallsofacubewithdifferentcolours.Howmanycolourswillbe
required?
(A) 6

(B) 5

(C) 4

(D) 3

(E) Noneofthese.
14.

WhatisthetotalnumberofdaysinJulyandAugust?
(A) 60days

(B) 61days

(C) 62days

(D) 59days

(E) Noneofthese.
15.

Ifthepatternbelowcontinues,howmanycircleswillbe
thereinthecolumn5?
(A) 8
(B) 10
(C) 16
(D) 20
(E) Noneofthese.

SCIENCE
16.

Animalswhichgivebirthtoyoungonesarecalled____
(A) Mammals

(B) Amphibians

(C) Reptiles

(D) Insects

(E) Noneofthese.
17.

Theinstrumentusedtoseethemoonandstarsis____
(A) Microscope

(B) Telescope

(C) Periscope

(D) Stethoscope

(C) Stem

(D) Fruit

(E) Noneofthese.
18.

Thebackboneoftheplantisthe____
(A) Root

(B) Leaves

(E) Noneofthese.
3

19.

Hardestrockis____
(A) Coal

(B) Sandstone

(C) Marble

(D) Diamond

(C) Telegraph

(D) Telephone

(C) 52weeks

(D) 28days

(E) Noneofthese.
20.

Emailcanbesendthrough____
(A) Faxmachine

(B) Computers

(E) Noneofthese.
21.

Theearthcompletesonerotationin____
(A) 24hours

(B) 365days

(E) Noneofthese.
22.

Whichofthefollowingstatementsistrue?
(A) Plantscanmovefromoneplacetoanother

(B) Plantsdonotbreathe

(C) Plantsreproducethroughseeds

(D) Plantsaremanmadethings

(E) Noneofthese.
23.

Babyfrogsarecalled____
(A) Tadpoles

(B) Turtles

(C) Nymph

(D) Caterpillar

(B) Heavenlybodies

(C) Alayerofair

(D) Tallbuildings

(C) Wallclock

(D) Timepiece

(C) Reptiles

(D) Amphibians

(C) Middlelimbs

(D) Both(A)and(B)

(E) Noneofthese.
24.

Skyscrapersare____
(A) Flyingobjects
(E) Noneofthese.

25.

Whichwatchcanweweararoundthewrist?
(A) Stopwatch

(B) Wristwatch

(E) Noneofthese.
26.

Animalswithoutbackbonesare____
(A) Vertebrates

(B) Invertebrates

(E) Noneofthese.
27.

Manwalkswiththehelpof____
(A) Upperlimbs

(B) Lowerlimbs

(E) Noneofthese.
28.

Leavesonsometreeschangecolourfromgreentoyellowduring____
(A) Autumn

(B) Spring

(C) Summer

(D) Winter

(C) Seedsofplants

(D) Juiceofroots

(C) Harmfulgases

(D) Allofthese

(E) Noneofthese.
29.

Cookingoilisobtainedfrom____
(A) Juiceoffruit

(B) Juiceofbranches

(E) Noneofthese.
30.

Pollutedaircontains____
(A) Smoke

(B) Dust

(E) Noneofthese.
4

31.

Weuse_________ofatreetomakefurniture.
(A) Trunk

(B) Leaves

(C) Vein

(D) Stamen

(E) Noneofthese.
32.

FullformofPINcodeis____
(A) PostalIndexNumber

(B) PayableIndexNumber

(C) PrintedIndianNewspaper

(D) PermanentIndexNumber

(E) Noneofthese.
33.

Largestsourceofwateris____
(A) Sea

(B) Pond

(C) River

(D) Ocean

(E) Noneofthese.
34.

Whichofthesepropertieswillchangewhenaglassisbroken?
(A) Itsshape

(B) Itstexture

(C) Itscolour

(D) Itshardness

(E) Noneofthese.
35.

TheSunis____
(A) Biggerthantheearth

(B) Smallerthantheearth

(C) Smallerthanthemoon

(D) Equaltothesizeoftheearth

(E) Noneofthese.
36.

Thecitywhichreceivesheavyrainfallhas____
(A) Circularroofs

(B) Slopingroofs

(C) Sphericalroofs

(D) Flatroofs

(E) Noneofthese.
37.

Whichmethodofseparationisshowninthegivenpicture?
(A) Filtration
(B) Winnowing
(C) Decantation
(D) Sedimentation
(E) Noneofthese.

38.

Cardiacmusclesarefoundin____
(A) Brain

(B) Lungs

(C) Heart

(D) Kidney

(E) Noneofthese.
39.

Monkeyis____
(A) Aterrestrialanimal

(B) Anamphibian

(C) Anaerialanimal

(D) Anarborealanimal

(E) Noneofthese.
40.

Howmanydigitsarethereinamobilenumber?
(A) 9

(B) 8

(C) 7

(D) 10

(C) Aboy

(D) Anewbornbaby

(E) Noneofthese.
41.

Whichofthefollowinghasmorebones?
(A) Aman

(B) Awoman

(E) Noneofthese.
5

42.

Whichoftheseisomnivorous?
(A) Goatthateatsleaves

(B) Lionthateatsdeer

(C) Cowthateatsgrass

(D) Bearthateatsplantsandinsects

(E) Noneofthese.
43.

Whichgroupofweightswillmeasure2kilograms?

(A)

(B)

(C)

(D)

100gm

100gm

500gm

500gm

100gm

100gm

250gm

250gm

250gm

250gm

500gm

250gm

500gm

500gm

250gm

(E) Noneofthese.
44.

Thesmallestbirdis____
(A) Ostrich

(B) Sparrow

(C) Hummingbird

(D) Dove

(E) Noneofthese.
45.

Whoisacarpenter?
(A) Whopaintsthehouse

(B) Whopaintsthecar

(C) Whodrivesthecar

(D) Whomakesthefurniture

(E) Noneofthese.
46.

Whichofthefollowingisasolidstateofwater?
(A) Water

(B) Ice

(C) Steam

(D) Drop

(B) Juice

(C) Honey

(D) Saliva

(B) Circularshaped

(C) Beanshaped

(D) Airfilledsacs

(E) Noneofthese.
47.

Beescollect________________fromplants.
(A) Nectar
(E) Noneofthese.

48.

Kidneysare____
(A) Jshaped
(E) Noneofthese.
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49.

Whichislightest?
(A) Hotwater

(B) Coldwater

(C) Normalwater

(D) Seawater

(C) Circulatorysystem

(D) Respiratorysystem

(E) Noneofthese.
50.

Thesenseorgansarecontrolledby____
(A) Digestivesystem

(B) Nervoussystem

(E) Noneofthese.
SPACEFORFORROUGHWORK

11th

Year 2008

MENTALABILITY
1.

Whatisthevalueof D if
(A) 18
(E) Noneofthese.

2.

(B) 60

Whatisthenumberin thestartbox?
(A) 276
(E) Noneofthese.

Q+Q+Q= D
Q+Q=12
(C) 17

Start

(B) 230

(D) 15

Add92

Subtract46

(C) 182

138

(D) 92

3.

Awire,48cmlongiscutequallyinto4pieces,whicharebenttomake4squaresofequal
sides.Thelengthofeachsideofonesquareis
(A) 3cm
(B) 4cm
(C) 5cm
(D) 9cm
(E) Noneofthese

4.

1plastic platecosts Rs.2. Thereare10 platesin onepack.Rohit bought4 suchpacks. Howmuch


moneydidhepayaltogether?
(A) Rs.180
(B) Rs.200
(C) Rs. 80
(D) Rs. 70
(E) Noneofthese

5.

Studythetablegivenhere.
Whatarethemissingnumbers?
(A) 110,130
(B) 110,140
(C) 115,130
(D) 115,140
(E) Noneofthese

6.

Howmany

95 285 ?

435 135 905

90 280 110 430

900

doyouneedontherightsideofthesecondbalance?

If

(A) 8
(E) Noneofthese.

then

(B) 6

(C) 2

(D) 4

7.

Atankcanhold42litresofwater.Mohitpours9jugsofwaterintothetank.Ifeachjugcontains3litres
ofwater,howmanymoresuchjugsofwatershouldhepourintothetanksoastofillitcompletely?
(A) 5jugs
(B) 6jugs
(C) 15jugs
(D) 12jugs
(E) Noneofthese.

8.

Atowerofbrickisbuiltsothateachnewbrickthatisplacedontopoftwobricksis
theproductofthenumbersonthesetwobricks.ThenvaluesofAandBare
(A) 2,8
(B) 3,2
(C) 2,4
(D) 4,2
(E) Noneofthese

9.

72
6 12
A

Meghna saved Rs 14. Mary saved 1/2 as much as Meghna. If Mary bought a packet of biscuits for
Rs5,howmuchisleftwithMary?
(A) Rs. 2
(B) Rs. 3
(C) Rs. 10
(D) Rs. 5
(E) Noneofthese.
2

10. If5

canhold25litresofwater,then2such

(A) 5 L
(E) Noneofthese.

(B) 10L

canhold______litresofwater.
.
(C) 15L

(D) 20L

11. Findthevalueof ? ,ifeachrowandcolumnareaddedtogive


theanswermentionedwiththem.
(A) 7
(E) Noneofthese.

(B) 8

(C) 12

(D) 15

14

16

15 15

12. Deepakspent25minutesdrawingapictureofthebeach.Hetookanotherhalfanhourtopaintthesame
picture.Ifhefinishedpaintingat1.05pm,atwhattimedidhestartdrawing?
(A) 12.10pm
(E) Noneofthese.

(B) 12.30pm

(C) 12.45pm

(D) 12.00pm

13. MonaspentRs.40andhadRs.10left.Whatfractionofhermoneyhadshespent?
14
40
4
1
(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)
5
5
5
5
(E) Noneofthese.
14. Twiceasmuchapricotjuiceasapplejuiceisusedtomakeadrink.If2cupsofapplejuiceisused,how
muchapricotjuiceisused?
(A) 1cup

(B) 4 cups

(C) 3 cups

(D) 0cup

(E) Noneofthese.
15. Howmanyfacesarethereinthegivenobject?
(A) 6

(B) 5

(C) 4

(D) 3

(E) Noneofthese.

SCIENCE
16. Thepictureshowsaladderleaningagainstawall.
Apersonclimbingthisladderisusingtheladderas
(A) Alever

(B) Awedge

(C) Asimplegear

(D) Aninclinedplane

(E) Noneofthese.
17. Thediagramshowsabeanseedthatisbeginningtogerminateinsoil.
ThefirststructuretoemergeislabelledX.
WhatisthefunctionofX?
(A) Tomakefood

(B) Toabsorb water

(D) Toreleaseoxygen

(E) Noneofthese.

(C) To produce seeds

18. WhatistheimaginarylinethatcirclesthemiddleoftheEarthcalled?
(A) Theequator
(E) Noneofthese

(B) Thehemisphere

(C) Theline

(D) Verticalline

19. Theamountofmatterpresentinasubstanceisknownas
(A) Mass
(E) Noneofthese

(B) Matter

(C) Volume

(D) Length

(C) Volume

(D) Mass

20. Thespacethatmatteroccupiesisknownas
(A) Weight
(E) Noneofthese

(B) Matter

21. Rain,snowandsleetareformsofwhichofthefollowing?
(A) Clouds
(E) Noneofthese.

(B) Climate

(C) Precipitation

(D) Vapours

22. Whatarethestagesinthelifecycleofaplant?
(A) Germination,seedling,growthandpollination
(C) Germinationandseedling
(E) Noneofthese.

(B) Germination,growthandpollination
(D) Germination,pollinationandgrowth

23. Whatisastem?
(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)
(E)

Partoftheplantthatconnectstheleavestotheleaves
Partoftheplantthatconnectstherootstotheground
Partoftheplantthatconnectstherootstotheleaves
Partoftheplantthatconnectsleavestoflower
Noneofthese

24. ThespinesofCactusplantsaremodified
(A) Leaves
(E) Noneofthese.

(B) Stems

(C) Flowers

(D) Roots

(C) Stuff

(D) Blood

25. Alllivingthingsaremadeupof
(A) Cells
(E) Noneofthese.

(B) Bones

26. A student throws aball onthe groundand it


bouncesseveraltimesasshowninthefigure.
Which statement best describes the ball's
movement?

100
90

80
70

cm

Heightsof
60
bounce

50
3
(A) Thedistancebetweenbouncesincreasesas
40
the bounceheightdecreases
30
(B) Thedistancebetweenbouncesdecreasesas
20
10
the bounceheightdecreases
0
(C) Thedistancebetweenbouncesdecreasesas
10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90100 110 120 130140150
Distanceofbounce
thebounceheightstays thesame
(D) The distancebetweenbouncesstaysthesameasthebounce heightincreases
(E) Noneofthese.

27. Abookisplacedatthetopofarampmadefromaboard.
Inordertomakethebooktoslidedowntheramp,howshouldthe
rampbechanged?
(A) Makeitlonger
(C) Makeitsteeper
(E) Noneofthese.

(B) Makeitrougher
(D) Makeitwider

28. Howarerocksandmineralsrelated?
(A) Theylookalike
(C) Mineralsaremadeofrocks
(E) Noneofthese.

(B) Theyarethesamething
(D) Rocksare madeofminerals

29. Whichbird'sfootgivenbelowisbestsuitedforgraspingprey?

(A)

(B)

(C)

(D)

(E) Noneofthese.
30. Cloudsareformedfromtinydropsofwaterthatarelightenoughtofloatintheair.Asthesedrops
bumpintoeachother,theyformlargerdrops.Whathappenswhenthesedropsbecometooheavyto
floatintheair?
(A) Thedropsform fog (B) Thedropsevaporate (C) Thedropsfallasrain (D) Thedropsbecomeair
(E) Noneofthese.
31. The given pictureshows a bat flying in thedark while making a
highpitchedsound.Thebatusessoundtofindobjectsinthedark.
Whichofthefollowingservesthesamepurposeforapilotflying
anairplane?
(A) Engine
(D) Radarsystem

(B) Fuelgauge
(E) Noneofthese.

soundwaves

(C) Landinggear

32. Jyotihasputthejarofwateroutsideinthesunlight.
WhichofthefollowingpicturesshowswhatJyoti
wouldobserveafterallofthewaterhadturned
intoagas?
(A)

(B)

(C)

(D)

(E) Noneofthese.
33. WhichofthefollowingisNOTsomethingthatcanhappentowaterafteritfallstoEarth?
(A) Itevaporates
(B) Itbecomesextinct
(C) It seepsintotheground
(D) Itrunsoffintolakesandrivers
(E) Noneofthese.
34. NaturalprocesseschangethesurfaceofEarth.Somechangesoccurrapidlyandsomeoccurslowly.
WhichofthefollowingwouldcausetheslowestchangeinEarth'ssurface?
(A) Wind
(B) Landslides
(C) Volcanoes
(D) Earthquakes
(E) Noneofthese.
5

Direction:UsethefollowinginformationtoanswerQuestions35to37.
Polarbearsaretheworld'slargestlandpredators.Theirmain
preyisseal,buttheyalsoeatgreatquantitiesoffish.Polar
bearsgenerallyliveonlywherethereisyearroundsnowandice.
35. Themainfoodsourceofsealsisfish.Thepolarbears'mainfoodsourceisseal,buttheyalsoeatfish.
Whichofthefollowingbestdescribestheseal?
(A) Thesealisapreyonly
(B) Thesealisapredatoronly
(C) Thesealisapredatorandaprey
(D) Thesealisa producerandaprey
(E) Noneofthese.
36. Polarbearshavethickfoot padsonthe solesoftheirfeet.Howdothese
pads,showninthefigure,benefitthebear?
(A) Theyhelpthebearcatchmoreseals
(B) Theyhelpthebearclimbtreestolookforfood
(C) Theyhelpthebearswimfasterwhenhuntingfish
(D) Theyhelpthebearwalkoniceandprotect itagainstcold
(E) Noneofthese.

pads

37. Sealsarethemainfoodsourceofpolarbears.Fisharethemainfoodsourceofseals.Whichofthe
followingisacorrectfoodchainshowingthisrelationship?

(A)

(B)

(C)

(D)
(E) Noneofthese.
38. ThegivenpictureshowsanailbeingattractedbyobjectX.
ThenailmovestowardsobjectX,butthewoodblockdoes
Nail
not.Whatkindofenergycausesonlythenailtomovetowards
objectX?
(A) Light
(B) Heat
(C) Electric
(E) Noneofthese.

A K

ObjectX Woodblock

(D) Magnetic

39. Whatisthemainadvantageofmakingalaptopcomputerlightinweight?
(A) Tomakeiteasytocarry
(B) Tokeepitsimple
(C) Tomakethescreeneasytoread
(D) Toprovidestorageforanelectricalcord
(E) Noneofthese.
6

40. Thegivendiagramrepresentstwo barmagnets.Whichofthe


followingdiagramsshowsthecorrectpositionof themagnets
asthe twomagnetsaremoved closertogether?

N
N

S
S

N
(A) N

NN

S N

(B)

(C) N

SS

N (D)

S S

NS

(E) Noneofthese.
41. Stagesinthelifecycleof afrogareshownbelow.Inwhichstagecanafrogliveonland?

(A)

(B)

(C)

(D)

(E) Noneofthese.
42. Johnneedstosplitalog.Hehasasledgehammer.Whatothertoolshouldhealsousetosplitthe
log?
(A) Alever
(B) Apulley
(C) Awedge
(D) Afulcrum
(E) Noneofthese.
43. Whichofthefollowingobjectswillaffectthedirectionthatacompassneedlepoints?

(A)

(B)

(C)

(D)

(E) Noneofthese.
44. InColonialAmericapeopleusedicetohelpkeepfoodsfresh.Theycuttheicefromlakesandponds
during the winter and stored the ice in icehouses. They sometimes used hay as an insulator to
preventtheicefrommelting.
Ifyouwanttobuildanicehousetoday,whichofthefollowingwouldbethebestmaterialtouseas
aninsulator?
(A) Driedleaves
(B) Foamblocks
(C) Plasticwrap
(D) Rocksalt
(E) Noneofthese.
45. Ifenoughheatistakenawayfromacontainerofwater,whatwillhappentothewater?
(A) Itwillbegintoboil (B) Itwillbecomeasolid (C) Itwillturnintoagas
(D) Itwillincreaseinweight
(E) Noneofthese.
46. Whichoftheseisaherbivore?
(A) Acatthateatsmice
(C) Afrogthateatsinsects
(E) Noneofthese.

(B) Acow that eats grass


(D) Anopossumthateatsfruitandfish

47. Evenonthecoldestwinterdays,thereissomeheatintheair.Almostalloftheheatintheaircomes
from
(A) Forestfires
(B) Volcanoes
(C) TheSun
(D) The wind
(E) Noneofthese.
7

48. Asolarcellturnssunlightintoanotherformofenergy.Asolarcellissimilarto
(A) Anelephant'sears (B) Aplant'sleaves
(C) Adeer'shooves
(D) Atree'sroots
(E) Noneofthese.
49. Which of the following lists the Earth, the Jupiter and the Moon in order from largest to the
smallest?
(A) Earth,Jupiter,Moon
(B) Jupiter,Earth,Moon
(C) Moon,Jupiter,Earth
(D) Jupiter,Moon,Earth
(E) Noneofthese.
50. Thegivenpicturesshowthreeobjectsthatcanbeclassifiedinthesame
group. Which of the following statementsis truefor all threeof these
objects?
(A) Theyaremetals
(B) Theyrustrapidly
(C) Theyweighthesame
(D) Theyareofsamecolour
(E) Noneofthese.
SPACEFORROUGHWORK

Aluminiumsheet

Steelnail

Coppercoin

12th

Year 2009

MENTALABILITY
1.

Tina's mother put these cookies on a plate.

Tinatakesonecookiewithoutlooking.Whichwillshemostlikelyget?
(A)
2.

(D)

(B) Ten'splace

(C) HundredsPlace

(D) Noneofthese

(B) 10

(C) 100

(D) 1000

1 billion = ____ crores


(A) 1

4.

(C)

Place value and face value of a number is always equal at


(A) One'sPlace

3.

(B)

Niti saves the same amount of money each week.


NitisSavings
TotalAmount
Week
Saved
1
Rs.2.25
2
Rs.4.50
3
Rs.6.75
4

How much will Niti save by week 4 ?


(A) Rs.3.50
5.

(B) Rs.5.50

(C) Rs.8.00

(D) Rs.9.00

The given figure is made of 3 small cubes.


Top
Side
Front

Which best shows the side view of the figure?

6.

(B)

(C)

(D)

Ravi made a given picture using wire. The length of wire is


(A) 40 cm

4c
m

(A)

4cm

4cm

4cm

3cm
5cm

3cm

(B) 70cm

10cm

(C) 39cm

2cm
5cm

(D) 52cm
7.

5cm

5cm
6cm

1
1
Vineeta is 1 years old. How many months are equal to 1 years ?
2
2
(A) 10months
(B) 12months
(C) 18months

(D) 24months

8.

9.

Which is equal to 7 8 ?
(A) 7+7+7+7+7+7+7

(B) 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7

(C) 8+8+8+8+8+8+8

(D) 8 8 8 8 8 8 8

A class makes a chart about what kind of pets they have.


Petschart
Typesof
Number
ofPets
Pet
Fish
Dog
Cat

Which of the following statements is true about the number of pets in the above chart ?
(A) Fish>cat>dog

(B) Fish>dog>cat

(C) Dog>fish>cat

(D) Fish<dog<cat

10. Thereare32studentsinaclass.Thereare13girlsintheclass.Whatisthefractionofboysinthe
class ?
(A)

19
32

11. Which has

(B)

13
32

(C)

32
19

(D)

32
13

1
part shaded ?
3

(A)

(B)

(C)

(D)

12. MonthSeptemberendsonaTuesday.OnwhichdayChristmaswillbe
celebrated?
(A) Monday
(B) Tuesday
(C) Thursday
(D) Wednesday
13. Look at the pattern below :
82, 88, 94, _____, 106, 112
What is the missing number ?
(A) 102

(B) 100

(C) 98

(D) 96

(C)

(D)

14. Which shows flip across the line?


(A)

(B)

15. Whatisthesumofthe(differencebetweentheplacevalue&facevalueof6in46530)and(theplace
value of 6 in 53602) ?
(A) 6954

(B) 6594

(C) 5994

(D) 5499

SCIENCE
16. TreesandotherplantsneedenergyfromtheSuntolive.Whatformofenergydoesthetreegetfrom
the Sun?
(A) Lightenergy

(B) Electricalenergy

(C) Chemicalenergy

(D) Soundenergy

(C) Pancreas

(D) Kidney

17. The organ which is Jshaped is ___________


(A) Stomach

(B) Liver

18. Which cycle is correct ?


(A) Seedling Seed Fruit Flower

(B) Baby Child Teenager Adult

(C) Seed Matureplant Fruit Seedling

(D) Baby Teenager Child Adult

19. Which kind of energy is produced when a student beats a drum ?


(A) Electrical

(B) Sound

(C) Light

(D) Chemical

20. Electricity travelling through a wire is an example of ____________


(A) Aforceappliedbyasimplemachine

(B) Energyflowingthroughthewatercycle

(C) Earth'sgravitationalpullonanobject

(D) Energybeingtransferredfromplacetoplace

21. A toaster changes electrical energy to ___________


(A) Heatenergy

(B) Solarenergy

(C) Soundenergy

(D) Magneticenergy

(C) Cookies

(D) Potatochips

22. Which food is an example of a healthy snack ?


(A) Anapple

(B) Acandybar

23. Which list below best shows how energy moves in a food chain ?
(A) Grass Cows Humans Sun

(B) Sun Grass Cows Humans

(C) Humans Cows Grass Sun

(D) Cows Grass Sun Humans

24. Thegivenfigureshowsapotatoplantinacup.Thecupwasoriginally
filled to the top withwater. Whichstatement best explainswhy the
cup no longer contains water ?
(A) The water froze
(B) The water condensed
(C) Thewaterwastakenupbytheroots
(D) Thewaterwasmovedbygravity
25. AstudentplantedthesamekindofseedsinpotsPandQ.SheplantedfiveseedsinpotPandfive
seedsinpotQ.Theamountandtypeofsoilinbothpotswasthesame.Sheaddedthesameamount
ofwatertobothpotseachweek.PotPwasplacedbyasunnywindow.PotQwasplacedinadark
room.Afterfourweeks,sheobservedtheplantsinbothpots.TheplantsinpotPweregreen,with
tall and thick stems. The plants in pot Q were yellow, with tall and thin stems.
Which statement best explains why the plants in pot P were different from the plants in pot Q ?
(A) PotPcontainedmoresoilthanpotQ

(B) PotPcontainedmoreseedsthanpotQ

(C) PotPreceivedmoresunlightthanpotQ

(D) PotPreceivedmorewaterthanpotQ
4

26. The chart below shows temperatures recorded from Monday to Friday during a week in June.
Temperaturesfortheweek
Day
Temperature(F)
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday

72
76
68
70
70

Which thermometer shows the temperature recorded on Wednesday ?


80
70
60
50
40
(A) 30
20
10
0

80
70
60
50
40
(B) 30
20
10
0

80
70
60
50
40
(C) 30
20
10
0

80
70
60
50
40
(D) 30
20
10
0

Direction:Referthegivenfigureofwatercycletoanswer
Q.no.27 to29.Fourpartsofthewatercyclearelabelled
as I, II, III and IV.

Cloud
I
II

Sun

27. Which process is occurring at IV ?


(A) Condensation

Mountains

(B) Evaporation

III
IV

(C) Precipitation

Lake

Forest

(D) Runoff
28. Water flowing on Earth's surface at III is called _________
(A) Condensation

(B) Evaporation

(C) Precipitation

(D) Runoff

(C) Precipitation

(D) Runoff

29. Which process is occurring at II ?


(A) Condensation

(B) Evaporation

30. A food chain is shown below.


Sun

Greenplant

Mouse

Snake

Hawk

Which population would most likely decrease if the number of mice greatly increased ?
(A) Greenplants

(B) Mice

(C) Snakes

(D) Hawks

31. A jar weighs 100 g when empty. When water is added, the jar and water together weigh 125 g.
What is the weight of the water added to the jar ?
(A) 25g

(B) 100g

(C) 125g
5

(D) 225g

32. The roofofahousegetsveryhot inthesummer.Lightcoloured roofs reflectheat.Darkcoloured


roofsabsorbheat.Thetablebelowshowsthesummertemperatureofroofsoffourdifferenthouses.
Temperatureof
RoofsintheSummer
Roof

Temperature

1
2
3
4

75C
81C
52C
83C

Which roof is most likely lightest in colour?


(A) Roof1

(B) Roof2

(C) Roof3

(D) Roof4

33. Human arms are most similar to which physical structure of birds ?
(A) Beak

(B) Feathers

(C) Legs

(D) Wings

34. Which sentence best describes the particles in dry sand ?


(A) Theyallareofthesamecolour

(B) Theyclumptogethereasily

(C) Theyfloatinwater

(D) Theyallareofsamesize

35. Which skull is of a dinosaur that was probably a carnivore ?

(A)

(B)

(C)

(D)

36. What may a scientist do to find out how fast a plant grows taller ?
(A) Givetheplantahalfcupofwatereachday

(B) Puttheplantinasunnyplaceeachday

(C) Measuretheplantwitharulereachday

(D) Puttheplantonascaleeachdayandweighit

37. Which of the following is not required by a fish to live ?


(B) Sand

(C) Water

38. Nine beanplants growin different amountsof light.Which is


the best conclusion for the data in the graph ?
(A) Beanplantsgrowbestinlowlight
(B) Beanplantsgrowbestinhighlight
(C) Beanplantsgrowbestinmoderatelight
(D) Beanplantsgrowsameinalllightconditions

(D) Oxygen
PlantHeightincm

(A) Food

50
40
30
20
10
0 1
Low

LightIntensity

9
High

39. Agirlfindsananimalskull.Shedoesnotknowwhichanimalitis.Sheissurethatitateotheranimals
for food. Which clue leads her to conclusion?
(A) Theeyesocketsfacedsideways

(B) Theskullwasmuchlongerthanitwaswide

(C) Therewasaprojectingridgeonthefrontoftheskull (D) Fouroftheteethwerelongandpointed


40. What do all plants need most to stay alive ?
(A) Earthworms

(B) Fertilizer

(C) Shelter
6

(D) Sunlight

41. A new law says no one can hunt deer in the woods. Which is most likely to happen next year in
the woods ?
(A) Treeswillincrease
(B) Deerwilldecrease
(C) Insectswillincrease
(D) Smallplantswilldecrease
42. In the given table few substances are classified according to their nature as solid, liquid or gas.
Which of the following is incorrectly placed ?
Liquid
Gas
Solid
(A) Steam

(B) Pencil

(C) Milk

(D) Icecube

brick
pencil
eraser

milk
steam
oxygen
icecube
orangejuice watervapour

43. What are the four main parts of a flower ?


(A) Stamen,pistil,sepalandroots
(C) Sepal,leaves,petalsandthorns

(B) Roots,pistil,stamenandpetals
(D) Sepal,pistil,stamenandpetals

44. We can watch direct telecast of a cricket match played in England on TV through _______
(A) Internet
(B) Satellite
(C) Email
(D) Both(A)&(B)
45. A peanut in a shell and peas in pod are examples of ______ .
(A) Fruit

(B) Leaf

(C) Apistil

(D) Astamen

46. Each pictureshowsabattery,abulband aswitch.Whichbulb willlightwhentheswitch isclosed?

(A)

(B)

(C)

(D)

47. Which of the following plants does not produce seeds ?


(A) Fern
(B) Rose
(C) Appletree

(D) Conifer

48. The movement of one object around another is called _______ .


(A) Aneclipse
(B) Arevolution
(C) Anaxis

(D) Arotation

49. Why are the days shorter and colder in winter ?


(A) TheMooniscausingfewerraystogettotheEarth
(B) TherearemorecloudscoveringtheEarthandblockingtheSun
(C) Theearthistiltedawayfromthesunandthesun'sraysstriketheearthlessdirectly
(D) Theearthisspinningslowerduringthistime
50. Theblockingofsunlightbythemoonasthemoonpassesbetweenthesunandtheearthiscalled
a _____.
(A) Solareclipse

(B) Lunareclipse

(C) Solarcycle
7

(D) Lunarcycle

13th

Year 2010

MENTAL ABILITY
1.



The minute hand of a clock moved from 9 to 12. What part of an hour is this?
(A) One quarter
(B) One half
(C) Three quarters
(D) One whole

2. Which of the following figures has a line of symmetry?



(A) 1 & 4
(C) 1, 2 & 4

(B) 2 & 4
(D) Only 4

3. Which of the following shapes could be the face of a cube?


(A)

(B)

(C)

(D)

4. In the given figure, what fraction of the square is shaded?


1

4

1

2

1

6

(A)

5.



What is the perimeter of the given figure?


(A) 81 m
(B) 91 m
(C) 101 m
(D) 71 m

6.



How can 306,470 be written in words ?


(A) Thirty-six thousand, four hundred seventy
(B) Three hundred six thousand, four hundred seventy
(C) Thirty-six thousand, forty-seven
(D) Three hundred six thousand, forty-seven

(B)

(C)

(D)

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7. What is the rule followed in the given Input-Output table ?


(A) Add 25

(B) Add 35

(C) Add 36

(D) Add 45

8. Rinki is helping a local organization by stuffing envelopes. She must stuff 500
envelopes. She has already stuffed 321 envelopes. Which equation can be used to

find the number of envelopes that she has left to stuff ?


(A) 500 + 321 = n
(B) 500 321 = n
(C) 500 321 = n


(D) 500 321 = n

9.



Which one of the following statements about the given numbers is true?
(A) They are all factors of 39
(B) They are all divisible by 3
(C) They are all odd numbers
(D) They are all even numbers

10. Look at the given pattern of numbers.







60, 75, 90, 105, 120, 135, .....


What is the rule used for this pattern?
(A) Each number is 25 greater than the number before it
(B) Each number is 15 greater than the number before it
(C) Each number is 15 less than the number before it
(D) Each number is 25 less than the number before it

11. A factor tree is shown in the figure. What number belongs in the box?

(A) 27

(B) 54

(C) 69

(D) 15
12. Look at the picture below. It shows the lengths of a necklace and a bracelet.

Which equation can be used to find n, the combined length of the necklace and

the bracelet?
(A) 18 6 = n

(B) 18 6 = n

(C) 18 + 6 = n

(D) 18 6 = n

13. Arvind went to the doctor on February 6. His next appointment is 2 weeks later.

How can he find the date of next appointment?


(A) Add 6 and 2
(B) Subtract 2 from 6 (C) Add 6 and 7 and 7 (D) Subtract 3 from 6

14. Look at the given table. It shows how many minutes Mohit

read his book each day for three days.

If this pattern continues on Thursday, what is the total


number of minutes taken by Mohit to read his book in these

four days?
(A) 90 minutes

(B) 60 minutes

(C) 125 minutes

(D) 75 minutes

15. Bhaskar had a 1-litre bottle of water. He drank half of the water. How much water

is left in the bottle?


(A) 50 millilitres
(B) 500 millilitres

(C) 25 millilitres


(D) 75 millilitres

science
16. Frozen water is called _____

(A) Fog
(B) Ice

(C) Steam

(D) Vapour

17. Which sense can be used to determine an object's ability to reflect light?

(A) Sight
(B) Hearing
(C) Smell
(D) Taste
18. Which unit can be used to describe an object's length?

(A) Grams
(B) Minutes
(C) Litres

(D) Metres

19. Study the given Venn diagram carefully.




Which letter represents the hen?


(A) Y
(C) Z

(B) X
(D) R

20. Plants need water, sunlight, air, and nutrients to grow tall. Which of these plants
would grow the tallest ?

(A)

(B)

(C)

(D)

21. Given is a description of a plant.


Which one of the following is the plant likely


to be?

(A) Rose

(B) Lotus

(C) Dahlia

(D) Sunflower

22. Which of the following characteristics can a puppy inherit from its parents?

(A) Muddy paws
(B) Spotted fur
(C) Broken foot
(D) Scar on face
23. Which structure of a bird is correctly paired with its function?

(A) Claws Obtaining food
(B) Wings Eliminating waste

(C) Feathers Breathing
(D) Eyes Growing
24. The given figure shows a fox and an owl
both trying to catch a rabbit.


The fox and the owl are both ______


(A) Finding a mate
(B) Competing for food
(C) Seeking shelter (D) Migrating for winter

25. Which of the following statements is NOT true for the




positions of Sun and Earth as shown in the figure?


(A) At the North pole there is sunlight throughout the day

and night.
(B) At the South pole there is no day light at all.
(C) It is summer in the Northern hemisphere. (D) It is summer in the Southern hemisphere.


26. The energy that is stored in food originally comes from _____

(A) Air
(B) Soil
(C) Sunlight
(D) Water
27. Which human response is most likely to occur when the temperature of the

atmosphere is 45C?
(A) Blinking
(B) Salivating

(C) Shivering

(D) Sweating

28. As children grow, their height usually _____



(A) Decreases
(B) Increases
(C) Remains the same (D) Cannot say
29. A student places soil in a plastic container to make a home for some worms.


The student cuts holes in the top of the container because the worms need ___
(A) Space to move
(B) Air to breathe
(C) Sunlight to grow
(D) Sound to communicate

30. The persons shown in the given figures belong



to which transport system?


(A) Bus
(B) Ship
(C) Train
(D) Both (B) & (C)

31. Which of the following behaviours will best help a student to stay healthy?

(A) Watching television five hours a day
(B) Sleeping three hours each night

(C) Eating fruits and vegetables every day
(D) Exercising once a month
32. Which of the following animals can be used as means of transport ?

(A) (a), (b) & (c)

(B) (b), (c) & (d)

(C) (a) & (e)

(D) (a), (b) & (e)

33. A student wants to measure the height of a plant over a period of time. Which
instrument will he use?

(A)

(B)

(C)

(D)

34. The given figure shows a simple food chain.


Which of the following animals might compete


with the jackal in this food chain?

(A)

(B)

(C)

(D)

35. The given figure is of human skeletal system. At which joint


(P, Q, R and S) can the movement be only like the opening
and closing of a door ?

(A) P

(B) Q

(C) R

(D) S.

36. Which of the following is a function of the skeletal system ?



(A) Support
(B) Protection
(C) Calcium storage (D) All of these
37. A student is sitting at the beach. Which direction
are the mountains from the student?

(A) North

(B) East

(C) South

(D) West

38. Select the correct match.



Column I
Column II

(A) Mason

(B) Carpenter

(C) Electrician

(D) Gardener

39. Decantation can be represented by which of the following figures?


(A)

(B)

(C)

(D)

40. Birds that eat other birds usually have short, curved beaks and strong feet with
sharp claws. Which of these birds most likely eats other birds?

(A)

(B)

(C)

(D)

41. Which of the following planets is closest in size to Earth?



(A) Mars

(B) Saturn

(C) Venus

(D) Jupiter
42. Students recorded the high and low air
temperatures everyday for four days.

On which day did the air temperature change



the least?
(A) Monday
(B) Tuesday
(C) Wednesday
(D) Thursday

43. A gardener watered each of these containers


with equal amounts of water. Only one container
was given fertilizer.




To which plant was the fertilizer added ?


(A) Plant W
(B) Plant X
(C) Plant Y
(D) Plant Z

44. If two trees in a yard are parent and offspring, it must be true that both trees ___

(A) Have the same number of flower blooms (B) Have leaves that are of the same shape

(C) Produce the same amount of fruits
(D) Are of same height
45. Which of the following properties is not shared

by all the objects shown in the figure ?


(A) They all are solids.
(B) They will all sink in water.

(C) They will all attract a magnet.

(D) They all are made from earth materials.

46. Using solar energy, we can cook food with the help of ____

(A) Solar water heater (B) Solar battery
(C) Solar cooker

(D) None of these

47. The thick fur of animals living in colder regions _____



(A) Makes them appear beautiful
(B) Protects them from enemies

(C) Keeps them warm
(D) Protects them from water
48. The change that is occurring in the given figure is ____ .

(A) Boiling
(B) Melting

(C) Freezing
(D) Evaporation


49. Which of the following is incorrect regarding the care of our teeth?

(A) We must brush our teeth everyday.
(B) We should not chew our food well.

(C) We should eat raw vegetables.

(D) We should clean our mouth with water after every meal.
50. Which is the correct way of disposing garbage?

(A) Throwing on the roof
(B) Throwing in the backyard of the house

(C) Throwing into covered pits
(D) Throwing in the playground
SPACE FOR ROUGH WORK

ANSWER KEYS
9THNSO
1.
8.
15.
22.
29.
36.
43.
50.

(C)
(B)
(A)
(C)
(B)
(A)
(A)
(A)

2.
9.
16.
23.
30.
37.
44.

(D)
(C)
(A)
(A)
(C)
(B)
(C)

3.
10.
17.
24.
31.
38.
45.

(C)
(D)
(B)
(C)
(A)
(C)
(D)

4.
11.
18.
25.
32.
39.
46.

(B)
(C)
(C)
(C)
(D)
(C)
(A)

5.
12.
19.
26.
33.
40.
47.

(B)
(B)
(D)
(B)
(C)
(C)
(B)

6.
13.
20.
27.
34.
41.
48.

(A)
(B)
(C)
(A)
(D)
(B)
(A)

7.
14.
21.
28.
35.
42.
49.

(A)
(D)
(A)
(A)
(C)
(D)
(B)

10THNSO
1.
9.
17.
25.
33.
41.
49.

(D)
(A)
(B)
(B)
(D)
(D)
(A)

2.
10.
18.
26.
34.
42.
50.

(A)
(A)
(C)
(B)
(A)
(D)
(B)

3.
11.
19.
27.
35.
43.

(B)
(D)
(D)
(B)
(A)
(D)

4.
12.
20.
28.
36.
44.

(B)
(A)
(B)
(A)
(B)
(C)

5.
13.
21.
29.
37.
45.

(C)
(C)
(A)
(C)
(A)
(D)

6. (D)
14. (C)
22. (C)
30. (D)
38. (C)
46. (B)

7.
15.
23.
31.
39.
47.

(D)
(C)
(A)
(A)
(D)
(A)

8.
16.
24.
32.
40.
48.

(B)
(A)
(D)
(A)
(D)
(C)

11THNSO
1.
8.
15.
22.
29.
36.
43.
50.

(A)
(C)
(B)
(A)
(A)
(D)
(D)
(A)

2.
9.
16.
23.
30.
37.
44.

(D)
(A)
(D)
(C)
(C)
(B)
(B)

3.
10.
17.
24.
31.
38.
45.

(A)
(B)
(B)
(A)
(D)
(D)
(B)

4.
11.
18.
25.
32.
39.
46.

(C)
(B)
(A)
(A)
(B)
(A)
(B)

5.
12.
19.
26.
33.
40.
47.

(C)
(A)
(A)
(B)
(B)
(D)
(C)

6.
13.
20.
27.
34.
41.
48.

(A)
(C)
(C)
(C)
(A)
(D)
(B)

7.
14.
21.
28.
35.
42.
49.

(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)
(C)
(C)
(B)

(A)
(C)
(B)
(A)
(D)
(D)
(A)

6.
13.
20.
27.
34.
41.
48.

(D)
(B)
(D)
(B)
(D)
(D)
(B)

7.
14.
21.
28.
35.
42.
49.

(C)
(A)
(A)
(D)
(B)
(D)
(C)

(A)
(C)
(A)
(C)
(A)
(C)
(C)

6.
13.
20.
27.
34.
41.
48.

(B)
(C)
(D)
(D)
(B)
(C)
(B)

7.
14.
21.
28.
35.
42.
49.

(B)
(A)
(A)
(B)
(B)
(B)
(B)

12THNSO
1.
8.
15.
22.
29.
36.
43.
50.

(C)
(C)
(B)
(A)
(C)
(C)
(D)
(A)

2.
9.
16.
23.
30.
37.
44.

(A)
(D)
(A)
(B)
(A)
(B)
(B)

3.
10.
17.
24.
31.
38.
45.

(B)
(A)
(A)
(C)
(A)
(C)
(A)

4.
11.
18.
25.
32.
39.
46.

(D)
(D)
(B)
(C)
(C)
(D)
(B)

5.
12.
19.
26.
33.
40.
47.

13THNSO
1.
8.
15.
22.
29.
36.
43.
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(A)
(D)
(B)
(B)
(B)
(D)
(D)
(C)

2.
9.
16.
23.
30.
37.
44.

(A)
(C)
(B)
(A)
(C)
(D)
(B)

3.
10.
17.
24.
31.
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45.

(C)
(B)
(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)
(C)

4.
11.
18.
25.
32.
39.
46.

(B)
(B)
(D)
(D)
(D)
(B)
(C)

5.
12.
19.
26.
33.
40.
47.