General Science/General Science MCQ Questions Set-3 Sample Test,Sample questions

Question:
Antibiotics are mostly obtained from

1.Viruses

2.Fungi

3.Bacteria

4.Angiosperms


Question:
Carbohydrates lipids and proteins are classified as

1.Macromolecules

2.Biomolecules

3.Macronutrients

4.All the above


Question:
Charminar is made up of which rock?

1.Limestone

2.Marble

3.Granite

4.All of the above


Question:
Drowsiness affects your senses especially your

1.vision

2.hear

3.smell

4.taste


Question:
Ecology deals with the study of

1.Environment

2.Birds

3.Organisms and their Environment

4.Living beings


Question:
Galaxy named after Greek princess

1.Andromeda

2.Whirlpool

3.Messier

4.Cygnus


Question:
Glucose is stored in the human body as

1.Sucrose

2.Glycogen

3.Cellulose

4.None of the above


Question:
How is the nitrogen taken up by the plants?I. In the form of inorganic nitrates or nitritesII. In the form of organic compoundsIII. Directly taken up from the atmosphere

1.Only I and II

2.Only I and III

3. Only II and III

4.All I II and III


Question:
How many Teaspoons in a Tablespoon?

1.4

2.5

3.2

4.3


Question:
Hydroplaning is usually caused by

1.Excessive speed

2.Sudden stops

3.Sudden turns

4.All of the above


Question:
Lead caulked joints are used for laying

1. Earthern ware pipes

2.G.I. pipes

3.Stone ware pipes

4.C.I. pipes


Question:
Life originated by chemosynthesis was proved in the laboratory by

1.Miller

2.Pasteur

3.Aristotle

4.Sanger


Question:
Metal extracted from seawater

1.Potassium

2.Calcium

3.Magnesium

4.Sodium


Question:
MICR stands for

1.Magnetic Ink Code Reader

2.Magnetic Ink Case Reader

3. Magnetic Ink Character Reader

4.None of the above


Question:
mixtures are used for making a glass

1. Quartz and Mica

2.Salt and Quartz

3.Sand and Salt

4.Sand and Silicates


Question:
Most water is lost daily via the

1.skin

2.kidneys

3.mouth

4.All of the above


Question:
Nobel Prize is established in  ?

1.1931

2.1911

3.1901

4.1951


Question:
Ozone holes are more pronounced at the

1.Tropic of cancer

2.Poles

3.Equator

4.Tropic of capricorn


Question:
Pencillin which is used as an antibiotic is obtained from 

1.Bacteria

2.Fungi

3.Algae

4.Lichens


Question:
Radio Carbon Dating is use to estimate the age of _____ ?

1.Monuments

2.Rocks

3.Soil

4.Fossils


Question:
Special 3-D photographs which have been taken with laser beams (and which make the objects look real) are called what?
 

1.Holograms

2.3D special effects

3.Portraits

4.DVD


Question:
Speed of laser printer is measured in

1.PPM

2.CPM

3.LPM

4.DPI


Question:
Statement I :

By far the most common topographic form in a Karst terrain is the sinkhole.

Statement II :

Topographically a sinkhole is a depression that varies in depth from less than a meter to few hundred meters.

1. Both the statements are individually true and Statement II is the correct explanation of Statement I

2. Both the statements are individually true but Statement II is not the correct explanation of Statement I

3.Statement I is true but Statement II is false

4.Statement I is false but Statement II is true


Question:
Statement I :

Portions of glacial troughs may exhibit remarkably flat floors.

Statement II :

The flat floor in a glacial trough is produced by uniform glacial erosion.

 

1.Both the statements are individually true and Statement II is the correct explanation of Statement I

2.Both the statements are individually true but Statement II is not the correct explanation of Statement I

3.Statement I is true but Statement II is false

4.Statement I is false but Statement II is true


Question:
Statement I :

Tides are the rise and fall of sea levels caused by the combined effects of the gravitationed forces exerted by the Moon and the Sun and the rotation of the Earth.

Statement II :

The Earth rotates from west to east. 

 

1.Both the statements are individually true and Statement II is the correct explanation of Statement I

2.Both the statements are individually true but Statement II is not the correct explanation of Statement I

3. Statement I is true but Statement II is false

4.Statement I is false but Statement II is true


Question:
Study of the sun is called

1.Coronagraphy

2.Seismography

3.Helioseismology

4.Heliography


Question:
The antiseptic compound present in dettol is

1.Biothional

2.Cresol

3.Iodine

4.Enloroxylenol


Question:
The first stage in the formation of coal is

1.Lignite

2.Bituminous

3.Anthracite

4.Peat


Question:
The hardened material available on earth is

1.Gold

2.Diamond

3.Iron

4.Platinum


Question:
The Van Vihar National Park is loacted in which state  ?

1.Telangana

2.Madhya Pradesh

3.Andhra Pradesh

4.Bihar


Question:
What element is used in bright flashing advertising signs?

1.Neon

2.Helium

3.Mercury

4.Radon


Question:
What is laughing gas?

1.Nitrous Oxide

2.Carbon monoxide

3.Sulphur dioxide

4.Hydrogen peroxide


Question:
What is the major monosaccharide found in the body?

1.Galactose

2.Sucrose

3.Fructose

4.Glucose


Question:
What is the principle carbohydrate of milk?
 

1.Fructose

2.Sucrose

3.Lactose

4.Galactose


Question:
Where are the Macronutrients located on a Nutritional Label?

1.On the Top

2.On the Right

3.On the Bottom

4.On the Left


Question:
Where is the DNA located in a eukaryotic cell?

1.Nucleus

2.Chromosomes

3.Mitochondria

4. All of the above


Question:
Where is the headquarters of the United Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC)  ?

1.Berlin

2.Spain

3.London

4. New York


Question:
Which gymnospermic plant cures rheumatism?

1.Ephedra

2.Pinus

3.Araucaria

4.Gnetum


Question:
Which is faster Light or Sound?

1.Light

2.Sound

3.Both are same

4.Cant be determined


Question:
Which is not a sediment transporting agent?

1.Stratification

2.Windstorms

3.Glacial Ice

4.Stream water


Question:
Which of the following is not a macronutrient?

1.Carbohydrates

2.Calcium

3.Chlorine

4.Proteins


Question:
Which of the following is not transferred by alveoli?

1.Gases

2.Oxygen

3.Blood

4.Carbondioxide


Question:
Which of the following is NOT true about energy balance? 

1.Inactive people use more energy so they should consume fewer calories.

2.Energy balance is the balance between the amount of calories consumed and the amount used for energy.

3.Energy balance is influenced by the amount of exercise one gets and their dietary habits.

4.Stored body fat will increase if calorie intake is greater than energy used.


Question:
Which of the following is the primary purpose of the DSM?

1.Understanding the causes of mental disorders

2.Placement of mental disorders in appropriate cultural context

3.Diagnosis of mental disorders

4.Selection of appropriate psychological therapies for mental disorders


Question:
Which of the following is true of a scientific theory?

1.It is only accepted after the person who came up with it has died.

2.It is a method or device that applies scientific knowledge for some specific purpose.

3.It generates testable hypotheses is supported by a large body of evidence and is broad in scope.

4.It must demonstrate the effect of one variable by testing control groups and experimental groups.


Question:
Which of the following statements with regard to cloudburst is/are correct?

1.It is defined as sudden localized very heavy downpour with cloud thunder and lightning.

2.It mostly occurs in the hilly areas.

3.It results into very high intensity of rainfall i.e. 250 mm-300 mm in a couple of hours.

4.It occurs only during daytime.

Select the correct answer using the code given below.

1.1 2 and 3

2.1 3 and 4

3.2 and 3 only

4.2 only


Question:
Which planet rotates clockwise?

1.Uranus

2.Saturn

3.Venus

4.Earth


Question:
Why are viruses considered to be nonliving?

1. Viruses have no metabolic activity.

2.Viruses dont have any cells like living organisms.

3. Viruses cant produce new proteins DNA or RNA.

4.All the above


Question:
With reference to earthquakes which of the following statements are correct?A. Earthquakes largely occur along the converging plate boundaries.B. Point of origin of earthquake in lithosphere is known as focus/hypocenter.C. Intensity of earthquake decreases with distance from the epicenter.D. Epicentre of earthquake always remains over continents only.Select the correct answer using the code given below.

1.1 and 2 only

2.1 2 and 3

3.2 and 3 only

4.1 and 4


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