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Bobby is 3 years younger than her Brother Sushil and 5 years younger than her
husband Pankaj. Pankaj and Bobby has three children - Sonu Monu and Shelly.
Sonu was born on the 28th Birthday of his father. After 10 years his Brother Monu
will be 7 years less then the Half of his father's age and his sister shelly wil be one
third his Mother's age Sonu was born befor 12 years.
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c)
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a)
Pankaj - Sonu - Sunil
b)
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c)
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d)
Monu - Shelly - Sonu
Q . 40 Which of the following pair consist the persons having same age.
a)
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b)
Sonu - Sushil
c)
Sunil - Shelly
d)
Sunil - Monu

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b)
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c)
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Section A- Language Conventions (English)


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1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.

In 1918-19 there was a serious outbreak of flu.


The virus was known as Spanish flu and
it is estimated that it killed more than 20
million people. Recent research which had been conducted
into the structure of this virus has shed important
light on this killer disease. The scientists conducting
the research used viral DNA sequences from
the biopsies which was taken from American
soldiers who died in the pandemic of 1918-19
worringly the results of the research suggest
that the 1918-19 virus may have had its origin in
birds and that it jumped the species barier to
infect human beings.

1.

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2)
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3)
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4)
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2.

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3)
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4)
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3.

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4)
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4.

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2)
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3)
a sudden start
4)
a result of

5.

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2)
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3)
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4)
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6.

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3)
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4)
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2)
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4)
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phrase from each list to fit the corresponding gap A couple of friends who (9) Morning house have asked us if we're (10) in moving
into their present apartment. I'm not sure. It's bigger then ours but it's one of those
places that (11) very (12) superficially but has a lot of problems.
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have

( Questions 13-16) Completed the passage by choosing the most suitable word /
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Some species, like the Giant Panda, are becoming very rare in the (13) because
their habitats, the places they live, are being (14) ,for example when the main
forests are cut down. So, zoo's play a very important role, or part, in (15) there
same animals and making sure they will not (16) for ever.

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13.

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2)
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3)
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4)
prepared

14.

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cages
2)
zoo's
3)
planet
4)
forest

15.

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2)
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3)
training
4)
breeding

16.

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1)
come
2)
disappear
3)
run
4)
sleep

(Question 17-20) Complete this passage by choosing the most suitable word
phrase from each list to fit the corresponding gap In ancient days maps (17) trade routes across seas and land and were therefore
very (18). Infact they were so precious that one country, would send spies to (19)
another country's maps. However, since those days maps have changed a great
deal. Now with the use of computer technology and satellite photography, maps
can be so (20) they can even show your house.

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2)
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3)
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4)
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18.

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4)
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19.

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1)
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2)
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3)
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4)
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20.

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2)
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3)
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4)
practise

( Question 21-24)Complete the passage by choosing the most suitable word /


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When you give your 100 per cent, there is only one option left with you either you
win or make others (23) there is no (24) at all.

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21.

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2)
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3)
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4)
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2)
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4)
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23.

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3)
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4)
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24.

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2)
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Q.48

(2) 250

(3) 625

(4) 2500

The total area of 64 small square of chess board is 900cm2 there is 3cm
wide border around the chess board. What is the length of each side of
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Q.49

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On taking the radius of a circle as 4 times the radius of another circle


the circumference of the new circle will be how many times
circumference of the smaller circle.
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area of the field is.
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(2) 120m

(3) 128m

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( Quations 53 - 56)
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field, usually a bullock or a tractor supplies the force to do the work
on the plough. Energy is acquired by the object upon which work is
done and this energy is known as mechanical energy. This implies
that mechanical energy is the energy possessed by an object due
to its motion or due its position. Mechanical energy can be either
kinetic energy (energy of motion) or potential energy ( stored
energy of position). A moving ball. for example, possesses
mechanical energy due to both its high speed and its vertical
position above the ground.
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and the Kinetic energy. This sum is simply referred to as the total
mechanical energy (TME)

Total Mechanical Energy = Potential Energy + Kinetic Energy

A form of potential energy is gravitational potential energy There is a direct


relation between the gravitational potential energy and the mass of an
object. Objects with more mass have greater gravitational potential energy
There is also a direct relation between gravitational potential energy and
the object is elevated, the greater is the gradational potential energy.
These relationships are expressed by the following equation.

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Potential energy (gravitational) = mass x g x height


where m - mass of the object
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h - height of the object
Since the gravitational potential energy is directly proportional to the height
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equation is used to represent the kinetic energy of an object.
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50,000 J, OJ

Q. 54 The total mechanical energy of on object is the (a)


Kinetic energy minus the potential energy of the object (KE-PE)
(b)
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during motion.
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Final amount of kinetic energy and potential energy minus the
initial amount of kinetic energy and potential energy.

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Q. 56 A cart is loaded with a brick and pulled at constant speed along an inclined
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2
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88

92

88

58

60

98

Ruchi / :
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78

68

70

64

72

76

Kanchan / d
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66

76

76

72

68

76

Prashant / i
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80

72

68

62

64

72

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64

76

74

68

80

78

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qu
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86

88

74

94

76

84

Diksha / f
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92

96

66

86

88

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Q. 57 How many marks did Kunal get in all the subjects together ?

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Q. 58 What are the average marks obtained by all the students together in
chemistry ?

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Q. 59 How many students have scored the highest marks in more than one
subject :
(a) Two (b) One (c) Three (d) Four

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Q. 60 Who secured the highest marks in Hindi and I T respectively,
(a) Amit, Kanchan
(b) Prashant, Diksha
(c) Mrinal , Diksha
(d) Kanchan, Amit

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Answer Key to Sample Question Paper I


Answer Key - Language Conventions (Hindi)
(Question 1-8)
Q.
1 (i)
2 (ii)
3 (i)
4 (i)
5 (iii)
6 (iv)
7 (iii)
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Answer Key - Language Conventions (English)


(Question 1 to 8)
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
7)
8)

4)
4)
3)
3)
4)
4)
2)
1)

has been conducted


a widely spread disease
starting point
a sudden start
to give information
is calculated
were taken
barrier

(Question 9-12)
9)
10)
11)
12)

3)
4)
2)
1)

is
interested
attractive
are

(Question 13-16)
13)
14)
15)
16)

3)
3)
4)
2)

destroyed
planet
breeding
disappear

(Question 17-20)
17)
18)
19)
20)

4)
2)
4)
3)

valuable
showed
detailed
steal

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(Question 21 - 24)
21)
22)
23)
24)

4)
2)
2)
2)

how
losing
to be
win
Section -B (Qualitative Reasoning)

(Question 25 - 30)
25)

(1)

Brother - in - Law / l
k
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26)
27)
28)
29)
30)

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(3)
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o
k
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30 years / 30
5 km
1050

(Question 31 - 36)
31)
32)
33)
34)
35)
36)

(d)
(c)
(b)
(c)
(b)
(d)

-A
-D
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(Question 37 - 42)
37)

(b)

- Sonu / l
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38)

(a)

- Sonu / l
k
su
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39)

(a)

- Pankaj - Sonu - Sunil / i


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40)

(d)

- Sunil - Monu / l
qu
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k
su
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41)

(d)

- Pankaj / i
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42)

(c)

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Section - C Quantitative Reasoning)


(Question 43 - 52)
43)
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45)
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48)
49)

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(2)
(2)
(4)
(3)
(4)
(1)

2
60
8:31 a.m.
31/50
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36cm
4 times / 4 x
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51)
52)

(2)
(3)
(4)

120 m2
1350
0
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(Question 53 - 56)
53)
(b) 20000 J, 35000 J
54)
(c) Kinetic Energy plus potential energy of the object at any instant
during motion.
55)
(c) 1.6 J
56)
(b) 13.23 J
(Question 57 - 60)
57)
58)
59)

(d)
(a)
(a)

606
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s

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(d)

Kanchan, Amit / d
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v
f
e
r

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