15 April 2015

TET Practice Paper Set-02 (Science Paper-2)

TET Practice Paper Set-02

(Elementary Science Paper-2)

 1. Distillation is a process in which
a. evaporation takes place
b. condensation takes place
c. evaporation and condensation go simultaneously 
d. solid and liquid matter change into gaseous state

2. The correct ascending order of the calorific values of the fuels is
a. water gas – coke – natural gas – methane – hydrogen
b. methane – coke – hydrogen – water gas – natural gas
c. coke – natural gas – water gas – methane – hydrogen 
d. natural gas – water gas – coke – methane – hydrogen

3. A light ray is incident on a transparent material x which is in contact with another transparent material Y. The reason for the ray to all in emerging out through Y is
a. X is rarer medium and i C  <
b. X is denser medium and i C  > 
c. X is denser medium and i C  >
d. Y is rarer medium and i C  <

4. Convention takes place with the change in which of the following physical properties?
a. Intermolecular attraction 
b. Ionization
c. density
d. solubility

5. The members in the population of a protozoan after 8 generations through reproduction is 256. The type of reproduction is
a. Binary fission 
b. multiple fission
c. primary fission
d. secondary fission

6. The most common and widely distributed species of Malaria in which fever recurs in every 48 hours is
a. P. ovale
b. P. falciparum 
c. P. vivax
d. P. malariae

7. To initiate artificial rains, the clouds can be seeded with
a. liquid O2
b. solid H2
c. liquid CO
d. solid CO2 

8. A person lost his right leg in accident at the age of 25. According to august Weismann, in the above case, after his marriage all his children will be
a. physically handicapped
b. normal 
c. mentally retarded
d. 50% normal

9. The parts of a plant which phototropism and geotropism respectively are
a. roots, stems
b. stems, roots 
c. fruits, leaves
d. roots, fruits

10. A farmer wants to encourage allogamy for a better crop in his field. He has to move
a. Androecium in unisexual flowers
b. Gynoecium in bisexual flowers
c. either androecium or gynoecium in bisexual flowers 
d. both androecium and gynoecium in bisexual flowers

11. Arrange the plants namely Garden Pea, Paddy, sugarcane and wheat in the descending order of haploid chromosomal number present in their cells
a. Wheat, Paddy, Garden Pea, Sugarcane
b. Sugarcane, Wheat, Paddy, Garden Pea
c. Garden Pea, Paddy, Wheat, Sugar cane 
d. Paddy, Wheat, Garden Pea, Sugarcane

12. The number of molecules of energy currency. FADH2 and NADH2 formed in ethanolic fermentation respectively are
a. 0, 2 , 1
b. 2, 2, 2
c. 2, 2, 6
d. 2, 0, 2 

13. Find the mismatched pairs related to seeds
I. Autochory – by wind
II. Anemochory – by self
III. Hydrochory – by water
IV. Zoochory – by animals
Of these
a. I, III
b. II, I 
c. II, III
d. IV, I

14. The element ………….. is a constituent of chlorophyll
a. As
b. Be
c. Cs
d. Mg 

15. Bright colour, aroma and flavor of fruits and vegetables are due to the presence of
a. phenolic compound 
b. melanin
c. amino acids
d. fatty acids

16. Antacid tablets like MPS contain
a. Ca (OH)2
c. Mg (OH)2 
d. KOH and NAOH

17. Silver bromide decomposes into Ag and Br2 when it is
a. magnetized
b. exposed to sunlight 
c. cooled in a dark place
d. exposed to humid air (moisture)

18. Which one of the following coal products is used in the manufacture of naphthalene balls?
a. coal gas
b. gas carbon
c. coal tar 
d. liquid ammonia

19. In our vertebral column out of 26/33 vertebra present, the highest and least number of vertebrae respectively are
a. thoracic, lumber
b. thoracic, coccygeal 
c. Cervical, sacral
d. sacral, coccygeal

20. Identify the statement not related to cloning
a. organism is produced asexually
b. Organism is derived from a single parent
c. A natural clone was developed by Dr. Ian Wilmut
d. Clone is the living carbon of parents 

21. Reverse osmosis is different from osmosis in the following aspects
I. Pressure to be applied
II. Energy needed
III. Water flows from higher gradient to lower gradient
IV. Semi permeable membrane is essential
Of these
a. I, II
b. I, IV
c. III, IV
d. I, III 

22. A student of a class IX has been provided with the following equipment and materials Rubber tube, clips, one holed rubber stopper, y- shaped glass tube, balloons, rubber sheet, wide mouthed glass bottle and twine. By making use of the above, the student can prepare a working model of
a. Stethoscope
b. Kidneys 
c. Lungs
d. Blood circulation

23. A project is a bit of real life that has been imparted into the school.” This is the definition of
a. Prof. Ballard
b. Dr. Kiloatrick
c. Stevenson
d. H.E. Armstrong 

24. Which of the following statements is not true with meristematic tissue?
a. present in all living beings 
b. responsible for the growth of the individual
c. present only in some specific regions of the individual
d. cells can divide continuously producing similar immature cells

25. In the process of plant micro propagation, the technician in the laboratory forgot to add cytokinins to the culture medium. After somedays he observed a. a number of shoots from the callus
b. a number of roots from the callus
c. delayed organogenesis in the callus 
d. several outgrowths from the callus

26. Albinos are
a. Black people
b. white people
c. the people who totally lack melanin 
d. the people who have more melanin concentration

27. After learning the lesion ‘Classification of Planets’ the students is able to classify the given planets basing on their morphological characters. thus the teacher achieved which of the following objectives?
a. Comprehension
b. Knowledge 
c. Aptitude
d. Precision

28. Which one of the following is not the first step in development of lesson plan?
a. Introduction
b. Testing of previous knowledge
c. Motivation
d. Initiation 

29. The number of oxides that are possible with nitrogen is
a. 4
b. 3
c. 6
d. 5 

30. A combustion is said to be ‘incomplete’ if
a. a part of combusting substance remains
CTET Practice Papers, TET Guess Papers, NET, HTET, PSTET, UPTET, KTET Online free Paper, PDF Download Study Material.b. the combusting substance burns with blue flame leaving behind some ash
c. the combusting substance produces carbon monoxide 
d. the substance burns with red flame, producing carbon dioxide

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