Sample Paper

Sample Paper

GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS:

1. Take out the Answer Sheet from this Test Booklet without breaking the seal. If you find that the Question Paper Code does not match with the Paper Code on the Answer Sheet, exchange the booklet immediately with a new sealed Test Booklet.

2. Do not open the seal of the test Booklet until you are asked to do so by the Invigilator.

3. Carefully read and follow all the instructions given in the Answer Sheet.

4. The question paper contains four sections and 120 questions. Four possible answers (A, B, C and D) are given and there is only one correct answer for each question. Choose the correct answer and darken the appropriate bubble in the Answer Sheet with HB pencil. In case you wish to change an answer, erase the old answer completely using a good soft eraser.

5. Each correct answer carries one mark and each wrong answer carries negative 0.25 marks.

6. For a candidate to qualify, he/she should not only secure certain minimum marks in the test paper, but also necessarily obtain certain minimum marks in each of the four sections.

7. Tampering with the Bar Code or making any distinctive mark on the Answer Sheet will lead to disqualification of the candidate.

8. All the rough work should be done only on blank pages provided for this purpose at the end of this Test Booklet. No extra page will be provided.

9. No candidate will be allowed to leave the examination hall for any reason during the test. Candidates are allowed to leave the hall only after the Answer Sheets from all have been collected and accounted for.

10. Calculator, electronic diary, cellular phone, pager and any such electronic gadget will not be allowed in the examination hall.

11. Candidates found violating the instructions of the Test/Invigilator will be disqualified. A candidate giving assistance to any other candidate or seeking/receiving help from any source in answering questions or copying in any manner in the test will forfeit his/her chance of being considered for admission.

12. This Question paper contains 36 printed pages including pages for rough work. Please check all pages and report, if there is any discrepancy.


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GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS:

1. Take out the Answer Sheet from this Test Booklet without breaking the seal. If you find that the Question Paper Code does not match with the Paper Code on the Answer Sheet, exchange the booklet immediately with a new sealed Test Booklet.

2. Do not open the seal of the test Booklet until you are asked to do so by the Invigilator.

3. Carefully read and follow all the instructions given in the Answer Sheet.

4. The question paper contains four sections and 120 questions. Four possible answers (A, B, C and D) are given and there is only one correct answer for each question. Choose the correct answer and darken the appropriate bubble in the Answer Sheet with HB pencil. In case you wish to change an answer, erase the old answer completely using a good soft eraser.

5. Each correct answer carries one mark and each wrong answer carries negative 0.25 marks.

6. For a candidate to qualify, he/she should not only secure certain minimum marks in the test paper, but also necessarily obtain certain minimum marks in each of the four sections.

7. Tampering with the Bar Code or making any distinctive mark on the Answer Sheet will lead to disqualification of the candidate.

8. All the rough work should be done only on blank pages provided for this purpose at the end of this Test Booklet. No extra page will be provided.

9. No candidate will be allowed to leave the examination hall for any reason during the test. Candidates are allowed to leave the hall only after the Answer Sheets from all have been collected and accounted for.

10. Calculator, electronic diary, cellular phone, pager and any such electronic gadget will not be allowed in the examination hall.

11. Candidates found violating the instructions of the Test/Invigilator will be disqualified. A candidate giving assistance to any other candidate or seeking/receiving help from any source in answering questions or copying in any manner in the test will forfeit his/her chance of being considered for admission.

12. This Question paper contains 36 printed pages including pages for rough work. Please check all pages and report, if there is any discrepancy.


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JMET Model Question Paper with Solutions


SECTION 1: VERBAL COMMUNICATION (Questions 1-40)

Directions: In Questions 1 and 2, fill in the blanks with the option containing the MOST APPROPRIATE set of words.

Q.l This will require a culture of_________and should allow diversity to _________
(A) sympathy, display (B) stamina, flaunt
(C) resilience, brandish (D) tolerance, flourish

Q.2 We are more likely to believe a story told by someone we consider ________ than someone we have learnt not to trust, so the reputation of the narrator ________ the story.
(A) spurious, negates (B) honest, validates
(C) objective, officiates (D) adorable, dominates

Solutions to Q. 1-2:

1. The answer is (D). A culture would require tolerance for diversity, and diversity can only lead to it flourishing (expanding) and not brandishing, flaunting (showing off) or displaying. Hence only (D) can be the answer.

2. The answer is (B). A contrast to someone we have not learnt to trust would only be someone we consider honest, and that can only lead to the narrator validating the story. Hence (B) is the answer.

Directions: Questions 3 - 6 relate to the passage given below:
Visualisation is the three-dimensional, multicoloured, singing-and-dancing version of affirmations that enables the subconscious to prefigure future achievement or success. It is a basic and fundamental human attribute, and one that can literally be the difference between surviving and not surviving. When Victor Frankl, the Freudian psychologist, was examining the discriminating factors that enabled him, and many like him, to survive in the hell of the Nazi concentration camps, the key factor was the ability to visualize. All survivors had a vision of something beyond their current suffering, something more worthwhile, and something worth hanging on for. This underlines the importance of each individual having a vision of something, outside and larger than herself, that gives her life some meaning. The very existence of a mission lifts the eyes to something more meaningful and enduring — and in so doing provides something to live for — at times when quiet surrender could be an attractive option. Such a vision gives a further raison d ‘etre for integrity, by providing a purpose that binds together the core values that make up self- orth.

One of the most powerful — and difficult to achieve — applications of visualization is to focus your mind daily on the person you intend to become. Create a clear mental picture of that person — and see it in full color, and add sounds and smells, if they are appropriate. The emotional values you add to the visualization are vital in making the full connection to your subconscious, which acts only on thoughts that are mixed with emotions. These techniques are, of course, widely validated in fields like sport and business, where the peak performers are nearly all visualisers. They all see, feel, and fully experience their success before they achieve it.

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Model Test Paper | General Engineering

INDIAN AIR FORCE

TECHNICAL BRANCH

ENGINEERING KNOWLEDGE TEST (EKT)

SCHEME AND SYLLABUS

Engineering Knowledge Test is a common test aimed at testing the Basic Engineering knowledge of the candidates applied for Aeronautical Engineering Courses. EKT has two parts, namely

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PART B-5 AE (L): COMPUTER ENGINEERING

1. A logic gate is an electronic circuit which

(A) makes logic decision
(B) allows electron flow only in one direction
(C) works on binary algebra
(D) alternates between 0 and 1 values

2. NAND and NOR gates are called ‘universal’ gates primarily because they

Model Test Paper | Electronics & Communications

PART B-4 AE (L): ELECTRONICS AND COMMUNICATIONS

1. In a communication system, noise is most likely to get into the system

(A) at the transmitter
(B) in the channel
(C) in the information source
(D) at the destination

2. When modulation frequency is doubled, the modulation index is halved, and the modulating voltage remains constant, the modulation system is

Model Test Paper | Electrical, Electronics & Instrumentation

PART B-3 AE (L): ELECTRICAL, ELECTRONICS AND INSTRUMENTATION

1. In order for a 30 volt, 90 watt lamp to work properly in a 120 volt supply the required series resister in ohm is

(A) 10 (B) 20
(C) 30 (D) 40

2. According to Theremin’s theorem, any linear active network can be replaced by a single voltage source

Model Test Paper | Aeronautical Engineering

PART B-2 AE (M): AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING

1. What mass of lead (sp gr = 11) will weigh as much as 8 gram of iron (Sp gr = 8) when both are immersed in water

(A) 7.7 gram (B) 8.8 gram
(C) 10.0 gram (D) 1.1 gram

2. Which of the two forces are important floating bodies

(A) inertial, pressure
(B) buoyancy, gravity
(C) gravity, inertial
(D) pressure, viscous

AIEEE 2009 PHYSICS SAMPLE PAPER

1.Given three resistors, how many different combinations of these three resistors can be made?
a) 3         b) 4         c) 5         d) 6

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AIEEE 2009 CHEMISTRY SAMPLE PAPER

1.When H2Sis passed through nitric acid, the product is
a) rhombic S 
b) prismatic S 
c) amorphous S 
d) monoclinic S


2.In the case autocatalyses
a) reactant catalyses 
b) heat produced in the reaction catalyses 
c) product catalyses 
d) solvent catalyses

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Sample Entrance Test Paper for IIT-JEE
(CAREER POINT)

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Paper : IIT JEE 2008 question Paper with solution

Here are links to download IIT JEE 2008 question paper. Just click on the links to download the paper

Paper I:
http://www.careerpointgroup.com/Download/sample_testpaper/sol.paper1.pdf

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Test Paper :  Engineering Entrance Examination Model Paper For (Chemistry)

Question 1: Aluminum chloride exists as


    1. Monomer
    2. Trimer
    3. Polymer
    4. Dimer
    5.
Correct Answer: 4.

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Test Paper :  Engineering Entrance Examination Model Paper For (Physics)

Question 1: Which factor determines the e.m.f. between the two metal plates placed in an electrolyte.


    1. Distance between the plates
    2. Strength of electrolyte
    3. Nature of electrolyte
    4. None of the above
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Test Paper :  Engineering Entrance Examination Model Paper For (Mathematics)

Question 1: If 300 jellybeans cost you x dollars. How many jellybeans can you purchase for 50 cents at the same rate?
If 300 jellybeans cost you x dollars. How many jellybeans can you purchase for 50 cents at the same rate?


    1. 150/x
    2. 150x
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Paper : IIT-JEE 2009 - Chemistry Sample Question Paper

 

1.(NH42SO4.FeSO4.6H2O is

a)Mohr’s salt    b)alum c)blue vitriol d)simple salt

 

2.When Cu reacts with AgNO3 solution, the reaction takes place is

a)oxidation of Cu b)reduction of Cu c)oxidation of Ag d)reduction of No3

 

3.MnO4on reduction in acidic medium forms

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