General Science Basic Info Quizzes Online for Preparation Mcqs
General Science Basic Info Quizzes Online for Preparation Mcqs

General Science Basic Info Quizzes Online for Preparation Mcqs

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Density of Water is_________?
A. 897 kg/m³
B. 997 kg/m³
C. 1000 kg/m³
D. 1025 kg/m³
How many layers of Atmosphere?
A. 2
B. 3
C. 4
D. 5
Mass of Earth is___________?
A. 5.972 × 1024 kg.
B. 6.972 × 1024 kg
C. 7.972 × 1024 kg
D. 8.972 × 1024 kg
The Temperature of the surface of Sun is_______?
A. 5,778 Kelvin
B. 6,778 Kelvin
C. 7,778 Kelvin
D. 9,778 Kelvin
A dolphin perceives its environment by the sense of__________?
A. Sight
B. Sound
C. Both of these
D. None of these
Which of the following disease is spread by Fleas?
A. Small pox
B. Tetnus
C. Typhus
D. Yellow fever
According to many, including the Guinness Book of World Record,________is the world’s rarest mineral?
A. Painite
B. Benitoite
C. Jadeite
D. Taaffeite
Which stone floats on water?
A. Pumice stone
B. Lime stone
C. Basalt stone
D. Quartzite stone
Echo is a ___________ of sound?
A. Reflection
B. Refraction
C. Interference
D. None
There is no connection of supernova explosion with___________?
A. Cosmic rays
B. Pulsars
C. The formation of heavy elements
D. Quasars
According to Einsteins general theory of relativity the universe:________________?
A. Must be expanding
B. Must be contracting
C. Must be either expanding or contracting
D. Must be neither expanding nor contracting
Which rays are trapped in our galaxy by magnetic waves?
A. Alpha rays
B. Gamma rays
C. Cosmic rays
D. None of these
UPS is now widely use in households. What does UPS stands for ?
A. Uniform Power Storage
B. Universal Product Support
C. Under Panel Storage
D. Uninterruptible Power Supply
The Sun is at an average distance of about________ million kilometers away from Earth?
A. 100 million
B. 150 million
C. 200 million
D. 250 million
Telephone was invented by__________?
A. Vint Cerf
B. Charles Babbage
C. Edison
D. Alexander Graham Bell
What is the weight of the average human brain?
A. 1.2 to 1.4 Kg
B. 1.4 to 1.8 Kg
C. 2.1 to 2.8 Kg
D. 3.1 to 3.4 Kg
In Fishes excretory Product is__________?
A. Nitrogen
B. Ammonia
C. Uria
D. Carbon dioxide
Which blood cells are called ‘Soldiers’ of the body?
A. White Blood Cells
B. Platelets
C. Red Blood Cells
D. None of the above
Adult human brain is about_________% of the total body weight.
A. 2%
B. 3%
C. 7%
D. 8%
Humans can hear in the range of ______ to _______Hertz (Hz).?
A. 10 Hz to 10,000 Hz.
B. 20 Hz to 20,000 Hz.
C. 30 Hz to 30,000 Hz.
D. 40 Hz to 40,000 Hz.
Pressure is measured by_________?
A. barometer
B. Voltmeter
C. Lactometer
D. Ammeter
Which of the following is the hardest substance?
A. Copper
B. Diamond
C. Iron
D. Silicon
Which one of the following is also called Stranger Gas?
A. Neon
B. Argon
C. Xenon
D. Nitrous oxide
For which one of the following is the density maximum?
A. Ice
B. Water
C. Benzene
D. Chloroform
If you have “caries” then which doctor you have consult?
A. Dermatologist
B. Orthopaedist
C. Dentist
D. Nurologist
What is the average weight of Human Heart?
A. 300 gram
B. 350 gram
C. 400 gram
D. 450 gram
CT Scan stand for__________?
A. Computed Tomography Scan
B. Computer Topography Scan
C. Computed Topography Scan
D. Computer Tomography Scan
In human osmoregulation takes place by___________?
A. Liver
B. Kidney
C. Spleen
D. Lungs
The average length of the kidney of a man is about?
A. 7cm to 8cm
B. 8cm to 10 cm
C. 10cm to 13 cm
D. 13cm to 16cm
The time taken by Sun to revolve around the center of our galaxy is___________?
A. 150 million years
B. 250 million years
C. 300 millon years
D. 350 millon years
Primary cosmic rays are composed largely of very fast__________?
A. Protons
B. Neutrons
C. Electrons
D. Gamma rays
The Sun produces most of its energy by_____________?
A. Nuclear fusion
B. nuclear fission
C. Burning hydrogen
D. None of these
It is observed that the total pressure exerted by air on the man of average size is around 14.7 lb wt. per square inch. But the man feels quite comfortable,. It is because of__________?
A. An equal and opposite pressure acts from inside
B. of the height of a man
C. of gravity
D. Earth pulls the man upward
E. None of these
Inhaled air passes through which of the following in the last?
A. Bronchiole
B. Larynx
C. Pharynx
D. Trachea
E. None of these
In Eye donation, which part of the eye used?
A. Retina
B. Iris
C. Cornea
D. Optic nerve
Who is Considered as Father of Botany?
A. Aristotle
B. Gregor Joghn Mandle
C. Theophrastus
D. Corlous Linnaeous
Which Part of the Brain Regulates Body Temperature?
A. cerebellum
B. cerebrum
C. hypothalamus
D. medulla
Which of the following is a Non Metal that remains Liquid at room temperature?
A. Phosphorous
B. Bromine
C. Chlorine
D. Helium
Which of the following is used in Pencils?
A. Graphite
B. Silicon
C. Charcoal
D. Phosphorous
Frog Heart has how many chambers?
A. 2
B. 3
C. 4
D. 5
What do you understand by disease “Insomnia”?
A. Color blindness
B. Depression
C. Hypertension
D. Inability to sleep
How many moons does Uranus have?
A. 15
B. 12
C. 27
D. 45
Winter Solstice means____________?
A. longest night
B. longest day
C. smallest night
D. smallest day
How many moons does Neptune have?
A. 63
B. 12
C. 19
D. 14
Oncology is the Study of__________?
A. Onions
B. Origins
C. Cancer
D. Diseases
Summer solstice means__________?
A. longest day 
B. longest night
C. smallest day
D. none of these
Which one is Natural Satellite?
A. Sun
B. Moon
C. Venus
D. Mercury
What are Columns in Periodic table called?
A. Period
B. Group
C. Verticals
D. Perpendiculars
What are rows in Periodic table called?
A. Period
B. Group
C. Verticals
D. Perpendiculars
How many rows and columns are in the modern Periodic Table?
A. 18 columns and 7 rows
B. 12 columns and 9 rows
C. 7 columns and 18 rows
D. 25 columns and 15 rows
When we sleeps blood pressure_____________?
A. Increases
B. Decreases
C. Remain constant
D. None of these
A Vegetable containing sulphur is____________?
A. Potato
B. Cabbage
C. Brinjal
D. Pumpkin
Who is the founder of solar system?
A. Copernicus
B. Newton
C. Galileo
D. Kepler
What is the rarest blood type in humans?
A. O-
B. O+
C. AB+
D. AB-
The psychological test of human emotions and personality, using inkblots, is formally known as what?
A. Rorschach 
B. Nervous
C. Renal
D. All of above
E. None of these
What is the name of the biggest part of human brain?
A. Cerebellum
B. Cerebrum
C. Brainstem
D. Pituitary
Iodised salts contains the iodine salts of which metal?
A. Iodine
B. Potassium
C. Sodium Chloride
D. Chlorine
Tocopherol is the chemical name of which vitamin?
A. vitamin C
B. vitamin D
C. vitamin A
D. vitamin E
What prevents the earth’s atmosphere from drifting away into space?
A. Gravity
B. Ozone layer
C. Troposphere
D. Ecosystem
What melted rock eventually becomes lava?
A. Iron
B. Metals
C. Magma
D. Coal
What natural phenomena are measured by the Richter Scale?
A. Volcanoes
B. Typhoons
C. Earth quacks  
D. Tsunami
How many time zones are there in the world?
A. 22
B. 12
C. 16
D. 24
The study of the weather is called____________?
A. Meteorology
B. Weatherology
C. Ecology
D. Geology
The lowest region of the earth’s atmosphere comes between the earth and stratosphere. what is this region’s name?
A. Ionosphere
B. Troposphere 
C. Stratosphere
D. Mesosphere
The outermost layer of the Earth is called ____________?
A. Crust
B. Mental
C. Core
D. None of these
What is the name of the branch of the science that studies the ocean?
A. Oceanography
B. Algology
C. Phology
D. Orintology
What is the warmest Ocean?
A. Pacific Ocean
B. Atlantic Ocean
C. Arctic Ocean
D. Indian Ocean
What is the world’s warmest Sea?
 A. Red Sea
B. Mediterranean Sea
C. Caspian Sea
D. Arabian Sea
Most of the ozone in the atmosphere is concentrated in the____________?
A. Mesosphere
B. Troposphere
C. Stratosphere
D. Ionosphere
Material for rain-proof coats and tents owe their water proof properties to ________?
A. Surface tension
B. Viscosity
C. Specific gravity
D. Elasticity
For being able to see three-dimensional pictures we have to use___________?
A. A binocular
B. A camera
C. A epidiascope 
D. A stereoscope
Vitamin C is found in_________?
A. Sea Food
B. Seeds
C. Fruits and Vegetables
D. None of these
Vitamin B is found in__________?
A. Sea Foods
B. Fruits and Vegetables
C. Seeds
D. None of these
Which is the hottest planet in our Solar system?
A. Venus
B. Neptune
C. Mars
D. None of these
What is the symbol of Gold?
A. Ag
B. Au
C. S
D. None
Which term describes the emission of light by a living organism?
A. Natural light
B. Bioluminescence
C. Illumination
D. Mimicry
If there is no capillarity?
A. It would be impossible to use a kerosene lamp
B. The blotting paper would fail to function
C. There would have been no plants on earth
D. All of above
The major component of honey is_________?
A. Glucose
B. Surcose
C. Maltose
D. Fructose
A slow-running pendulum clock can be speeded up by_______________?
A. Increasing the length of the rod
B. Increasing the weight of the bob
C. Reducing the length of the rod
D. Reducing the weight of the bob
A man is standing on a weighing machine in a lift which is moving. The weighing machine will slow MINIMUM reading when, the lift is moving?
A. Upward with uniform speed
B. Downward with uniform acceleration
C. In a free fall due to failure of the lift mechanism
D. None of these
The property by virtue of which metals can be beaten into thin sheets is known as?
A. Ductility
B. Malleability 
C. Conductivity
D. Density
A tight-rope walker carries a long pole which he holds across his body. The purpose of this pole is to____________?
A. Prop him up if he falls
B. Spread out his weight and reduce the pressure on the rope
C. Add extra weight to keep the rope tightly stretched
D. To keep the centre of gravity always vertically above the rope
During a total solar eclipse there is most likely to be_____________?
A. A decrease in the rate of photosynthesis
B. An increase in the rate of photosynthesis
C. A decrease in the rate of respiration
D. No effect on either photosynthesis or respiration
Heating element of an electric heater is made up of___________?
A. Tungsten
B. Graphite
C. Chromium
D. Nichrome
In an oil lamp, the oil rises up in the wick due to?
A. Capillary action
B. Atmospheric pressure
C. Viscosity of oil
D. Change in temperature
Why are soft drink made with chilled water rather than water at room temperature?
A. Ingredients dissolve better in chilled water
B. Chilled water enhances the taste
C. Chilled water attracts more carbon dioxide 
D. Chilled water is more hygienic
Coke is made by heating coal in the absence of air at__________?
A. 700 °C
B. 900 °C
C. 1300 °C
D. 1700 °C
In blood, the percentage of water is___________?
A. 75%
B. 85%
C. 90%
D. 95%
As the temperature of ice rises, the ice melts and its density?
A. Decreases
B. Remain constant
C. Increases
D. Increases upto 10C
Nitrogen occurs in plant and animals in the form of ___________?
A. Minerals
B. Fats
C. Carbohydrates
D. Proteins
Air contains volume of carbon dioxide approximately?
A. 3%
B. 33%
C. 0.3%
D. 0.03%
The gases which are used by drivers as an artificial atmosphere are helium and_____________?
A. Nitrogen
B. Oxygen 
C. Neon
D. Carbon monoxide
The second most abundant metal found in the earth’s crust is_____________?
A. Silicon
B. Aluminium
C. Calcium
D. Sodium
In BTU system, one BTU is equal to__________?
A. 2055 Joule
B. 1155 Joule
C. 2155 Joule
D. 1055 Joule
In which system of units, gas bills are charged?
All forms of energy that we use are ultimately transformed into__________?
A. Electrical Energy
B. Heat Energy
C. Light Energy
D. Chemical Energy
The amount of energy in wheat is__________?
A. 100 K Calories/100 gram
B. 245 K Calories/100 gram
C. 348 K Calories/100 gram
D. 490 K Calories/100 gram
The major part of natural gas, petroleum and coal consists of?
A. Carbon
B. Chlorine
D. Methane
What is used in making of alloys?
A. Gypsum
B. Granite
C. Chromium
D. Lime-stone
The large plates of solar pannels are painted?
A. Red
B. White
C. Yellow
D. Black
According to the definition of 1 KWh, a 100 watt bulb consumes one unit of electricity in_________?
A. 2 hours
B. 5 hours
C. 8 hours
D. 10 hours
Units of electricity consumed by 2500 watt air-conditioner in one hour are_________?
A. 25 units
B. 2.25 units
C. 2.5 units
D. 0.25 units
In the electricity meter the digit to the extreme right is___________?
A. 1/5th of the unit
B. 1/100 of the unit
C. 1/10th of the unit
D. 1/1000th of the unit
For water purification, we use?
A. Chlorine
B. Bromine
C. Plants
D. Young man
The human blood is divided into__________ groups?
A. Two groups
B. Three groups
C. Four groups
D. Five groups
A man can survive without food for at least?
A. One month
B. Two month
C. Three month
D. Four month
The muscles, tissues and blood all are made up of____________?
A. Carbohydrate
B. Proteins
C. Vitamins
D. Fats
One gram of carbohydrates give energy of the amount?
A. 2 K Calories
B. 4.1 K Calories
C. 6.3 K Calories
D. 8.0 K Calories
What amount of fats give energy of 9.3 K Calories?
A. 0.5 gram
B. 1.0 gram
C. 2.0 gram
D. 4.1 gram
Sound travels_______ in solid materials then liquid?
A. Constant
B. Slowest
C. Fastest
D. None of these
What Color does chlorophyll not absorb?
A. Red
B. Blue
C. Green
D. Yellow
One Torr is equivalent to how many mm of Mercury?
A. 1 mm
B. 10 mm
C. 100 mm
D. 0.1 mm
Saliva contains__________?
A. Amylases
B. Bite
C. Trypsin
D. None of these
Which of the following regulates the Metabolism Of Sugar?
A. Thyroid
B. Insulin
C. Glucose
D. None of These
Which Planet is Called Great Red Spot?
A. Neptune
B. Mars
C. Jupiter
D. Mercury
Which blood group is universal receiver?
A. Group A
B. Group B
C. Group AB
Which type of motions are present in solid?
A. translational
B. rotational
C. vibrational
D. all of these
The alloy of aluminium used for making magnet is_________?
A. Duralumin
B. Y-Alloy
C. Alnico
D. Aluminium bronze
Which synthetic fibre is known as artificial Silk?
A. Nylon
B. Rayon
C. Cotton
D. Terylene
Which variety of glass is heat resistant?
A. Bottle glass
B. Flint glass
C. Hard glass
D. Pyrex glass
The chemical used as a fixer in photography is__________?
A. sodium sulphate
B. borax
C. sodium thiosulphate
D. ammonium sulphate
Which one of the following is the softest?
A. sodium
B. iron
C. aluminium
D. lithium
Nail polish remover contains___________?
A. Acetone
B. Benzene
C. Acetic acid
D. Petroleum ether
What is a mixture of Potassium Nitrate Powdered Charcoal and Sulphur called?
A. Paint
B. Glass
C. Gun Powder
D. Cement
Which is the heaviest metal?
A. Iron
B. Mercury
C. Nickel
D. Osmium
Bleaching action of chlorine is by________?
A. Oxidation
B. Reduction
C. Decomposition
D. Hydrolysis
Bleaching powder contains___________?
A. Nitrogen
B. Iodine
C. Chlorine
D. Bromine
Which one of the following gases is readily soluble in water at room temperature?
A. Chlorine
B. Nitrogen
C. Ammonia
D. Carbon dioxide
Radon is___________?
A. germon radio
B. radio active gas
C. artificial fibre
D. an explosive
Which of the following is the most toxic gas?
A. Carbon dioxide
B. Carbon monoxide
C. Nitrogen
D. Hydrogen
The 2018 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine has been awarded jointly to James P Allison and Tasuku Honjo for their discovery of which cancer?
A. Chemotherapy
B. Radiation
C. Surgery
D. Immunotherapy
Air Conditioning Controls:___________?
A. Circulation of the Air
B. Humidity
C. Temperature
D. All of The Above
Earth rotates the sun in___________?
A. 23 hours 56 min 4 sec
B. 24 hours
C. 23 hours 57 min 9 sec
D. Non of above
Who created periodic table?
A. Faraday
B. Lavoisier
C. Arrhenius
D. Mendeleev
Bauxite is an ore of_________?
A. copper
B. zinc
C. aluminium
D. iron
Ruby is an oxide of__________?
A. silver
B. gold
C. platinum
D. aluminium oxide
First Atomic theory was proposed by?
A. John Dalton
B. E.Rutherford
C. De Broglie
D. D.I.Mendeleef
Air contains maximum amount of__________?
A. oxygen
B. nitrogen
C. hydrogen
D. carbon dioxide
The alcohol used in the preparation of dynamite is________?
A. ethyl alcohol
B. glycerol
C. glycol
D. methyl alcohol
The element used in lead pencils is__________?
A. Zinc
B. Lead
C. Carbon
D. Tin
Epsom salt is chemically known as_________?
A. Copper Sulfate
B. Magnesium Sulfate
C. Ferrous Sulfate
D. None of these
Calcium sulphate is known as__________?
A. Epsom salt
B. Gypsum salt
C. Blue vitriol
D. Potash alum
Oil of vitriol is_________?
A. Nitric acid
B. Hydrochloric acid
C. Phosphoric acid
D. Sulfuric acid
The term PVC used in the plastic industry stands for______________?
A. Phosphavinyl chloride
B. Phosphor vanadiu chloride
C. Polyvinyl chloride
D. Polyvinyl carbobate
Human bone does not contain_________?
A. Calcium
B. Chondroitin sulfate
C. Boron
D. phosphate
Which of the following in the human body is affected by leukemia?
A. Blood
B. Lungs
C. Eyes
D. Nerves
The reaction between methane and chlorine in diffused sunlight is__________?
A. Oxidation
B. Reduction
C. Polymerisation
D. Radical substitution
At what temperature does silver melt?
A. 275 °C
B. 327 °C
C.961.8 °C
D. 100 °C
Science is derived from Latin word “scientia” which means_________?
A. Reasoning
B. Logic
C. Knowledge
D. Life
Calculus was invented by________?
A. Al-khawarzimi
B. Pythagoras
C. IsaaC Newton
D. Al.kindi
Analytical solutions to Quadratic equations were introduced by__________?
A. Al-Khawarzimi
B. Al-haitham
C. IsasacNewton
D. Pythagoras
Study of energy production in living bodies is called_________?
A. Biology
B. Biomechanics
C. Bioenergetics
D. Aerodynamics
The study of rearing fine and intelligent human beings through genetics is called__________?
A. Eugenics
B. Biotechnology
C. Cloning
D. Geneology
Name the drugs which block the sensory nerves and prevent the patient from feeling pain?
A. Analgesics
B. Antibiotics
C. Antihistamines
D. Anaesthetics
Inside which organ is the gallbladder located?
A. Pancreas
B. Liver
C. Kidney
D. Small intestine
Who first discovered how blood circulates in the human body?
A. Edward Jenner
B. Joseph Lister
C. William Harvey
D. Gregor Mendel
Through which organ does a fish respire?
A. Nose
B. Lungs
C. Gills
D. Fins
Which lenses are used by people having short-sightedness?
A. Convex
B. Concave
C. Concavo-convex
D. Plain
Which of the following animals does not have nervous system?
A. Bat
B. Squirrel
C. Sponges
D. Lizard
Which of the following is caused by a deficiency of iron in the diet?
A. Giotre
B. Scurvy
C. Anaemia
D. Rickets
A group of elephants is called___________?
B. Herd
Which liquid is used in an aneroid barometer?
A. Mercury
B. Alcohol
C. Water
D. None
What is the range, in hertz, of the normal human hearing?
A. 10 Hz to 10 kHz
B. 20 Hz to 20 kHz
C. 2000Hz
D. 40 Hz to 40 kHz
Who invented Logarithm Tables?
A. John Napier
B. John Doe
C. John Harrison
D. John Douglas
How many pairs of walking legs does a cockroach have?
A. One
B. Two
C. Three
D. Four
What causes mumps?
A. Fungus
B. Bacterium
C. Deficiency of vitamins
D. Virus
In the treatment of which disease is dialysis used?
A. Ulcers
B. Heart failure
C. Kidney failure
D. Brain tumour
Which natural element has the highest melting point?
A. Iron
B. Tungsten
C. Copper
D. Silver
Which is the hardest substance in the human body?
A. Tooth enamel
B. Skull
C. Knee cap
D. Rib
Which of the following is not a mammal?
A. Fish
B. Cow
C. Goat
D. Whale
Which Organ is affected by trachoma?
A. Liver
B. Lungs
C. Eyes
D. Brain
Which vitamin is available to the human body through sun bathing?
A. Vitamin A
B. Vitamin D
C. Vitamin K
D. Vitamin B12
Who first measured the velocity of light?
A. Einstein
B. Newton
C. Ole Roemer
D. Galileo
In which part of the Plant does photosynthesis take place?
A. Flowers
B. Roots
C. Stem
D. Leaves
Which of the following is affected by rickets in the human body?
A. Bones
B. Tissues
C. Muscles
D. Blood
What is the common name for the drug acetyl salicylic acid?
A. Paracetamol
B. Analgin
C. Aspirin
D. Penicillin
The sounds of which frequency are human beings most sensitive?
A. 400 hertz
B. 20 hertz
C. 20000 hertz
D. 5000 hertz
On which disease did Robert Koch work?
A. Tuberculosis
B. Cholera
C. Malaria
D. Diabetes
Which of the following gases do plants and trees give out during photosynthesis?
A. Hydrogen
B. Nitrogen
C. Oxygen
D. Carbon dioxide
Which of the following is not a waterborne disease?
A. Cholera
B. Amoebiasis
C. Typhoid
D. Influenza
Name the branch of science which deals with the study of sound and sound waves?
A. Aeronautics
B. Acoustics
C. Aerostatics
D. Aetiology
Which metal is added to steel to make it stainless steel?
A. Chromium
B. Aluminium
C. Carbon
D. Copper
The average kinetic energy of the molecules of a body determines?
A. heat
B. temperature
C. internal energy
D. none
Which of the following is responsible for largest amount of oxygen on earth?
A. Peat bogs
B. Algae
C. Trees
D. None of these
P-waves is a term associated with__________?
A. Earthquakes
B. Oceans
C. Wind
D. Rivers
Chemically finger nails are made up of ____________?
A. Carbohydrate
B. Fats
C. protein
D. Starch
“COTTON” is grown on ___________?
A. Black soil
B. Red Soil
C. Regur Soil
D. Alluvial Sea
Very small time intervals are accurately measured by the___________?
A. Pabsars
B. White dwarfs
C. Atomic Clocks
D. None of these
Who invented the Hot Air Balloon?
A. Davy
B. Montgolfier
C. Edison
D. Jarvik
Which of the following is a ferromagnetic material ?
A. Tungsten
B. Aluminium
C. Copper
D. Nickel
What are the primary colors of Light?
A. White, Black, Blue
B. Red, Yellow, Blue
C. Red, Orange, Blue
D. Red, Green, Blue
What are the primary colors of Pigment?
A. White, Black, Blue
B. Red, Yellow, Blue
C. Red, Orange, Blue
D. Red, Green, Blue
The post-mortem examination of a body is called __________?
A. Etymology
B. autopsy
C. Anatomy
D. None of these
The luster of diamond is due to_________?
A. Reflection
B. Total internal reflection
C. Refraction
D. None of these
Which statement about sound is true?
A. Sound can’t travel through  vacuum
B. Sound can’t travel through  glass
C. Sound can’t travel through  water
D. Non of theses
Enology is the study of____________?
A. Wine
B. Digestion
C. Kidneys
D. None
Nephology is study of_____________?
A. Knowledge
B. Clouds
C. Rain
D. None
The Reason for a Swimming Pool to appear Less Deep than the actual depth is__________?
A. Refraction
B. Light scattering
C. Reflection
D. Interference
Ombrophobia is fear of____________?
A. Rain
B. Snow
C. Smog
D. None of these
Which creature is the symbol of Medicine?
A. Cat
B. Lizard
C. Snake
D. None of these
A reptile with a four-chambered heart is______________?
A. Snake
B. Turtle
C. Lizard
D. Crocodile
Which Gas is included in Fry Chips Packets for safety?
A. Nitrogen gas
B. Carbon dioxide
C. Oxygen
D. Hydrogen
Study of Soil is called__________?
A. Pedology
B. Pedagogy
C. sociology
D. Demography
The type of glass used in making lenses and prism is___________?
A. Pyrex glass
B. jena glass
C. Flintglass
D. Soft glass
What “Enrico Fermi” invented?
A. X ray machine
B. Betatron
C. Cyclotron
D. Nuclear reactor
The metal, which is a constituent of vitamin B12 is____________?
A. Iron
B. Magnesium
C. Zinc
D. Cobalt
Tetanus is caused by____________?
A. Clostridium
B. Virus
C. Bacteriophage
D. Salmonella
The carbon dioxide content in the air that we exhale is about?
A. 4%
B. 9%
C. 15%
D. 16%
Which of the part of tongue bears cells for sour taste?
A. Front
B. Back
C. Sides
D. Middle
Cell or Tissue death within a living body is called as__________?
A. Neutrophilia
B. Nephrosis
C. Necrosis
D. Neoplasia
What inspired reflecting road lights to be invented?
A. Car door reflecting mirrors
B. The light a cat’s eyes gave off on a fence
C. Sun light on steel posts on road sides
D. The sun light on the windshield
Insufficient blood supply in human body is referred as___________?
A. Ischemia
B. Hyperemia
C. Hemostasia
D. Hemorrhage
The toxicity of which of the following heavy metals leads to Liver cirrhosis?
A. Copper
B. Lead
C. Mercury
D. Zinc
EEG records the activity of__________?
A. Heart
B. Lungs
C. Brain
D. Muscles
Animals living in the Tree trunks are known as___________?
A. Arboreal
B. Volant
C. Amphibious
D. Aquaticx
What happens to a person who receives the wrong type of blood?
A. All the arteries constrict
B. All the arteries dialates
C. The RBCs agglutinate
D. The spleen and lymphnodes deteriorate
The brain of human adult weighs about_________?
A. 1200 – 1300 gm
B. 1600 – 2000 gm
C. 500 – 800 gm
D. 100 – 200 gm
The ability of the Eye to see in the dark, is due to the production of a purple pigment known as________?
A. Carotene
B. Rhodopsin
C. Iodopsin
D. Retinene
Magnitude of energy released by an earthquake is calculated using ________?
A. Earthquake scale
B. Seismic scale
C. Richter scale
D. Temblor scale
The point within the Earth where earthquakes originate is _________?
A. Comma
B. Origin
C. Epicenter
D. Focus
Place directly above focus on Earth’s surface is known as _________?
A. Strike
B. Comma
C. Epicenter
D. Origin
In general, the most destructive earthquake waves are the __________ ?
A. P waves
B. S waves
C. Surface waves
D. All of the above
P Waves are also said to be __________ waves?
A. Push-pull
B. Side-side
C. Up-down
D. None of the above
Earthquakes occur most frequently at __________?
A. Plate boundaries
B. Plate surface
C. Ocean beds
D. All of the above
Sericulture is the study of which discipline ?
A. silk production
B. milk Production
C. honey production
D. forest timber production
Study of fruit is called___________?
A. Pomology
B. Plriculture
C. Sericulture
D. Apiculture
Rearing of honey bees for honey production is called?
A. Sericulture
B. Apiculture
C. Viticulture
D. Bees culture
Silver fish is the name of__________?
A. Insect
B. Fish
C. Bird
D. Mammal
Scientific Name of Human is____________?
A. Homo sapiens
B. Mono sapiens
C. Bio sapiens
D. Cosmopolitan
‘Satiety’ is the condition in which patient lacks?
A. Talk
B. Eat
C. Sleep
D. Walk
‘Christian Friedrich Schönbein’ discovery is___________?
A. Ozone
B. Radium
C. Cholorine
D. Neutron
What is the chemical formula of Ozone?
A. H2O
B. C12
C. O3
D. CH4
When Pluto was cast out from the list of Planets?
A. September 24, 2006
B. April 28, 2004
C. January 26, 2006
D. August 24, 2006
what is anthracite?
A. Carbon
B. Hard coal
C. Ammonia
D. None of these
The image formed in a compound microscope is_____________?
A. erect
B. inverted
C. sometimes erect, sometimes inverted
D. none
The lens used in a simple microscope is____________?
A. Concave
B. Convex 
C. Cylindrical
D. None
What is the first element in the periodic table?
A. Hydrogen
B. Helium
C. Nitrogen
D. Carbon
Who is considered the “father of psychoanalysis?
A. Sigmund Frend
B. Galileo
C. Aristotle
D. Fabrica
At what temperature are Celsius and Fahrenheit equal?
A. -40 degree
B. 40 degree
C. -10 degree
D. 10 degree
Diamonds are made up almost entirely of what element?
A. Carbon
B. Helium
C. Methane
D. Nitrogen
Who came up with three laws of motion?
A. Galileo
B. Albert Einstein
C. Issac Newton 
D. Hubble
What has no charge, and is one of the fundamental particles making up an atom’s nucleus?
A. Electron
B. Neutron
C. Proton
D. All of Above
What are the three basic units of measurement for the metric system?
A. Metre, litre and gramme
B. Centimetre, kilograms and metric
C. Kilogram, mass and energy
D. Kelvin, cd and mole
Which are the only two elements on the periodic table that are liquid at room temperature?
A. Mercury and Bromine
B. Carbon and helium
C. Nitrogen and Hydrogen
D. Oxygen and Neon
Who invented the first battery?
A. Alessandro volta 
B. Tim Berner
C. Rob Stothard
D. Georges Leclanche
Lunar eclipse occurs on__________?
A. New Moon
B. Full Moon 
C. Half Moon
D. Quarter Moon
Tooth decay is caused by?
A. Salt
B. Sugar
C. Calcium
D. Formalin
The protein content in wheat is approximately?
A. 8%
B. 6%
C. 13%
D. 17%
What is the medical term for low blood sugar?
A. Hypoglycemia
B. Lymphoblastic leukemia
C. Pulmonary edema
D. Diabetes mellitus
The average human body contains how many pints of blood?
A. 3 to 5 pints
B. 5 to 7 pints
C. 7 to 8 pints
D. 9 to 12 pints
People with what blood type can give blood to anyone and are thus called universal donors?
A. O-
B. O
C. AB+
D. AB-
Penicillin is used to fight what type of infections?
A. Bacteria
B. Viral
C. Pneumonia
D. Sepsis
The olfactory nerves affect what sense in brain?
A. Smell
B. Feel
C. Touch
D. Hear
What is the body’s natural or acquired ability to resist certain diseases?
A. Immunity
B. Endocrine
C. Exocrine
D. All of above
What type of Energy does spring have?
A. Elastic Potential Energy
B. Kinetic Energy
C. Potential Energy
D. None of the above
Red + Green + Blue = ________?
A. Maroon
B. White
C. Black
D. None of the above
Soap is ______?
A. Acid
B. Chemical
C. Powder
D. Salt
The chemical name of “Acid” (Tezaab) is___________?
A. Sulfuric acid
B. Sodium chloride
C. Citric Acid
D. None of these
Which human hormone is called love hormone?
A. Oxytocin
B. Melatonin
C. Adrenalin
D. Renin
How many layers does the earth have?
A. 1
B. 2
C. 3
D. 4
Earth is divided into following three layers?
a. Crust, Mountains, Oceans
b. Crust, Mantle, Trenches
c. Trenches, Mountains, Core
d. Crust, Mantel, Core
Which of the following cannot be stored in glass bottle?
A. Aqua regia
D. HBr
Which of the following mixture of gases is required in gas welding?
A. Oxygen and ethylene
B. Oxygen and hydrogen
C. Acetylene and oxygen
D. Acetylene and hydrogen
Dead red blood corpuscles are stored in____________?
A. Liver
B. Spleen
C. Kidney
D. Heart
Who invented “Aspirin” in 1897?
A. Barnard
B. Newton
C. Felix Hoffmann
D. McLeod
“Beaufort Scale” is used to measure____________?
A. Wind Velocity 
B. Air Pressure
C. Wind Direction
D. Humidity
746 watts are equivalent to_____________?
A. 1 Joule
B. 1 erg
C. 1HP
D. 1 poise
Sunlight is made of__________colours?
A. Seven colours 
B. Five colours
C. Three colours
D. Non of these
Which of the following slows down the formation of RBCs (Red Blood Cells)?
A. Vitamin B-1
B. Vitamin C
C. Vitamin D
D. Vitamin E
The deficiency of vitamin E causes _______ ?
A. Weak immune system
B. Weak bones
C. Lack of appetite
D. Sterility
The deficiency of vitamin K causes ________ ?
A. Loss of appetite
B. Scurvy
C. Sterility
D. Blood clotting disorder
Which of the following vitamin is known as Niacin?
A. vitamin B-6
B. vitamin B-12
C. vitamin B-1
D. vitamin B-3
How many times the sun is bigger than the size of the earth?
A. 69 times
B. 89 times
C. 99 times
D. 109 times
Granite is a____________?
A. Metamorphic rock
B. Igneous rock
C. Sedimentry rock
D. None of these
In HomoSapiens (Human) the fertilization occurs in the___________?
A. Uterus
B. Ovaries
C. Oviduct
D. Cervix
Which gas is used in preparation of Soda water?
A. Ammonia
B. Hydrogen
C. Nitrogen
D. Carbon Dioxide
Science which deals with the position and movement of heavenly bodies ?
A. Astrophysics
B. Astronomy
C. Astrology
D. Astronautics
What is amoxicillin?
A. Type of birth control
B. A herbal remedy
C. An antibiotic
D. None
Which breed of dog has a black tongue?
A. Chow Chow
B. Shih Tzu
C. Husky
D. None
Who invented bifocal eyeglasses?
A. Ibn-e-Haitem
B. Benjamin Franklin
C. Archemedes
D. None
How many blood vessels can be found in the Umbilical Cord?
A. Two
B. One
C. Four
D. Three
Maxilla bones are found in___________?
A. Jaw
B. Toe
C. Ear
D. Stomach
How many eyes does a worm have?
A. Two
B. Three
C. One
D. None
Where is the uvula located in human body?
A. Throat
B. Stomach
C. Scrotum
D. None
Which bone in human body is not directly attached to other bones?
A. Ulna
B. Hyoid
C. Tibia
D. Cranium
Goitre is associated with___________?
A. Pituitary gland
B. Thyroid gland
C. Thymus gland
D. Para-Thyroid gland
Most of the weather phenomena take place in which of the following layers of the atmosphere?
A. Mesosphere
B. Ionosphere
C. Stratosphere
D. Troposphere
How many hearts an Octopus has?
A. 10
B. 8
C. 5
D. 3
What is the date when day and night are equal?
A. March 21 and December 24
B. January 14 and September 23
C. March 20 and September 23
D. January 14 and June 22
Animal with the sharpest hearing ability?
A. Rat
B. Greater wax moth
C. Bat
D. Squirrel
A bird that can fly backwards?
A. Bat
B. Humming Bird
C. Crimson Sun Bird
D. Cardinal Bird
Age of the lion is determined through?
A. Nose Colour
B. Length of the tail
C. Length of Nails
D. Hair Colour
Stripes on each side of “Grévy’s Zebra” is about_________?
A. 20+
B. 30+
C. 80+
D. 36+
Which animal has no vocal chords ?
A. Lion
B. Zebra
C. Dolphin
D. Giraffes
The average acceleration caused by gravity per second is____________?
A. 22 feet
B. 32 feet
C. 52 feet
D. 42 feet
Which of the following branch of Physics deals with the internal structure of earth?
A. Biophysics
B. Geophysics
C. Plasma physics
D. Atomic physics
The matter of our sun is in ________ state?
A. Liquid
B. Gas
C. Solid
D. Plasma
Which of the following is the SI unit of volume?
A. Meter cube
B. Cm cube
C. mm cube
D. Km cube
How many mm are there in 10 cm?
A. 100mm
B. 200mm
C. 50mm
D. 10mm
Which process includes all of the other processes listed?
A. Absorption
B. Assimilation
D. Metabolism
The disease “Itai Itai “is caused by____________?
A. Carbon
B. Cadmium
C. Manganese
D. None of these
What is known the cold and dense air blowing down from the mountain slope during the night__________?
A. Anabatic Wind
B. Katabatic wind
C. Lue Wind
D. None of these
Mohs’ Scale” is used to indicate the_________?
A. Degree of hardness of minerals
B. Degree of viscosity of a liquid
C. Degree of elasticity of a material
D. Degree of brittleness of a substance
Being Myopic means you have problem in seeing ______________?
A. Distant objects clearly
B. Close objects clearly
C. Both A and B
D. Distant and close objects look unclear
Hypermetropia or Hyperopia means being able to see__________________?
A. Distant objects opaque
B. Distant object clearly
C. Close objects unclear
D. Close objects clearly
Instrument that measure the electric force ________?
A. Hygrometer
B. Hydrometer
C. Ammeter
D. Voltmeter
Silicon is an example of _________?
A. No-conductor
B. Semiconductor
C. Super Conductor
D. None of these
According to quantum theory of light, photons are _______?
A. Waves
B. Particles
C. Energy packets
D. Electromagnetic
The unit of torque in International system of unit is _________?
A. Newton
B. Newton-Meter
C. Kilogram
D. Meter
A temporary magnet should be made from _______?
A. Copper
B. Tin
C. Iron
D. None
Which one of the following is not vector quantity _______?
A. Acceleration
B. Displacement
C. Speed
D. Force
Dental mirror is what type of a mirror?
A. Convex mirror
B. Concave mirror
C. Plane mirror
D. none of these
Which one of the following represents a chemical change_________?
A. Sublimation of iodine
B. Heating a platinum wire in a Bunsen flame
C. Heating of mercuric oxide powder
D. Evaporation of alcohol
The hormone that increases the rate of heart beat and blood pressure after shock in a person is___________?
A. Adrenalin
B. Gastrin
C. Thyroxin
D. Pancreatic
Which layer of the atmosphere reflects radio waves back to the earth’s surface?
A. Troposphere
B. Stratosphere
C. Ozone layer
D. Ionosphere

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