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GK TEST
MIXED GK MODEL TEST PAPER-2
January 5, 2016
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1. Which of the following pairs is wrong?

1. Duma: Russia
2. Diet: Japan
3. Sansad: Nepal
4. National Assembly: Pakistan

Answer

3. Sansad: Nepal

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2. A test-tube baby is

1. Created in a test-tube in the laboratory
2. Fertilized in the lab and transplanted later
3. Fertilized in the body and developed outside
4. None of these

Answer

2. Fertilized in the lab and transplanted later

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3. “Formosa” was the old name of

1. Zaire
2. Cambodia
3. Taiwan
4. Myanmar

Answer

3. Taiwan

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4. Camels are able to survive severe water shortage by

1. Using water present in muscles
2. Using the fat stored in the hump
3. Reducing metabolic activity
4. Reducing water use

Answer

2. Using the fat stored in the hump

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5. The “Standard Model” is a theory on

1. human body’s functioning
2. fundamental particles of matter
3. how the world might work in the 21st century
4. how the human society works

Answer

2. fundamental particles of matter

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6. The Indus Valley people were most famous for their

1. Town-planning system
2. Bountiful agriculture
3. Merchantile activities
4. Artistic achievements

Answer

1. Town-planning system

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7. The American Declaration of Independence was signed by

1. Thomas Carlyle
2. George Washington
3. Thomas Jefferson
4. Abraham Lincoln

Answer

3. Thomas Jefferson

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8. MERCOSUR is a
1. Metal
2. Medicine against cancer
3. Economic bloc
4. Compound of mercury

Answer

3. Economic bloc

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9. Which poet has the distinction of penning the national anthems of two countries?

1. Kazi Nazrul Islam
2. Rabinder Nath Tagore
3. Dr. Mohd. Iqbal
4. Mohd. Ali Jinnah

Answer

2. Rabinder Nath Tagore

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10. Nitrogen is commonly used in filling bulbs because

1. It is easy to obtain
2. It is chemically inactive
3. It is cheap
4. None of these

Answer

2. It is chemically inactive

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