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Class 3 13 th Year 2010

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MENTAL ABILITY

1. How many minutes is equal to one hour and 45 minutes ?

(A) 60 minutes

(B) 90 minutes

(C) 105 minutes

(D) 120 minutes

. The given table shows four rivers along with their

lengths. Which of the following is the correct order

of the rivers from the longest to the shortest ?

(A)

P, Q, R, S

(B)

Q, R, P, S

(C)

R, P, Q, S

(D)

S, Q, P, R

River

Length (in km)

 

P 4,000

 

Q 3,964

 

R 4,160

 

S 3,395

3. What is the total cost for all four items (` = Rs.) ?

(A)

` 415

(B)

` 420

(C)

` 435

(D)

` 445

` 415 (B) ` 420 (C) ` 435 (D) ` 445 4. If you write the
` 415 (B) ` 420 (C) ` 435 (D) ` 445 4. If you write the

4. If you write the greatest possible number using the given digits, what number

would be in hundred's place ?

(A)

0

(B) 3

(C)

6

(D) 9

place ? (A) 0 (B) 3 (C) 6 (D) 9 5. How is 356 written in

5. How is 356 written in expanded form ?

(A) 300 + 5 + 6

(B)

300 + 50 + 6

(C)

30 + 5 + 6

(D)

30 + 50 + 6

6. The length of the pencil is about

(A)

11 cm

(B)

12 cm

(C)

9 cm

(D)

10 cm

11 cm (B) 12 cm (C) 9 cm (D) 10 cm 7. What is the rule
11 cm (B) 12 cm (C) 9 cm (D) 10 cm 7. What is the rule
11 cm (B) 12 cm (C) 9 cm (D) 10 cm 7. What is the rule

7. What is the rule used in the given table ?

7. What is the rule used in the given table ?
7. What is the rule used in the given table ?

(A)

Input + 8 = Output

 
(A) Input + 8 = Output  
(A) Input + 8 = Output  

(B)

Output + 6 = Input

(B) Output + 6 = Input  
(B) Output + 6 = Input  
 
(B) Output + 6 = Input  

(C)

Input – 8 = Output

(C) Input – 8 = Output
(C) Input – 8 = Output
(C) Input – 8 = Output
(C) Input – 8 = Output
   

(D)

Input + 6 = Output

(D) Input + 6 = Output
(D) Input + 6 = Output
(D) Input + 6 = Output
(D) Input + 6 = Output
 

8. What fraction of the given figure is unshaded ?

(A)

(C)

6

12

2

12

(B)

(D)

4

12

5

12

  8. What fraction of the given figure is unshaded ? (A) (C) 6 1 2

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9. Use the calendar to find the mystery date.

 
9. Use the calendar to find the mystery date.    
 

The mystery date is a Thursday. After this date, there

The mystery date is a Thursday. After this date, there
The mystery date is a Thursday. After this date, there
The mystery date is a Thursday. After this date, there
The mystery date is a Thursday. After this date, there
The mystery date is a Thursday. After this date, there
The mystery date is a Thursday. After this date, there
The mystery date is a Thursday. After this date, there

are three more Fridays left in the month. What is the

 
are three more Fridays left in the month. What is the  
are three more Fridays left in the month. What is the  
are three more Fridays left in the month. What is the  
are three more Fridays left in the month. What is the  
are three more Fridays left in the month. What is the  
are three more Fridays left in the month. What is the  
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

mystery date ?

(A)

February 5

(B) February 6 (D) February 19

mystery date ? (A) February 5 (B) February 6 (D) February 19
mystery date ? (A) February 5 (B) February 6 (D) February 19
mystery date ? (A) February 5 (B) February 6 (D) February 19
mystery date ? (A) February 5 (B) February 6 (D) February 19
mystery date ? (A) February 5 (B) February 6 (D) February 19
mystery date ? (A) February 5 (B) February 6 (D) February 19
mystery date ? (A) February 5 (B) February 6 (D) February 19
mystery date ? (A) February 5 (B) February 6 (D) February 19

(C)

February 12

(C) February 12
(C) February 12
(C) February 12
(C) February 12
(C) February 12
(C) February 12
(C) February 12
(C) February 12
(C) February 12
(C) February 12
(C) February 12
(C) February 12
(C) February 12
(C) February 12

10. Which number sentence is modelled by this array ?

(A)

9 × 2 = 18

(B)

15 + 3 = 18

(C)

3 × 6 = 18

(D)

24 – 6 = 18

15 + 3 = 18 (C) 3 × 6 = 18 (D) 24 – 6 =

11. How much heavier is the cow than the deer ?

(A)

100 kg

(B)

150 kg

(C)

200 kg

(D)

250 kg

100 kg (B) 150 kg (C) 200 kg (D) 250 kg 1. Priyansh bought a stuffed

1. Priyansh bought a stuffed toy that was on sale for ` 650. The original price was

` 950. How much did he save ?

 

(A) ` 250

(B) ` 300

(C) ` 350

(D) ` 160

13.

Deepa started her tennis lesson at 3:45 P.M. She finished at 5:45 P.M. How long

was her lesson ?

 

(A)

1 and one-half hours

 

(B) 2 hours (D) 3 hours

 

(C)

2 and one-half hours

14.

If the given pattern continues, what is likely to be the next number ?

(A)

23

(B) 24

6, 11, 16, 1, (C) 25

(D) 26

15.

What number should go in the box to make the number sentence true ?

 

45 ÷

  45 ÷ = 9

= 9

 

(A)

4

(B) 5

(C) 6

(D) 7

 

SCIENCE

 

16.

Which of the following has/have life ?

 

(A)

(D) 7   SCIENCE   16. Which of the following has/have life ?   (A) (B)

(B)

(D) 7   SCIENCE   16. Which of the following has/have life ?   (A) (B)

(C)

(D) 7   SCIENCE   16. Which of the following has/have life ?   (A) (B)

(D) All of these

17. The plant shown in the figure is a

(A)

Thorny plant

(B)

Water plant

(C)

Land plant

(D)

Desert plant

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Land plant (D) Desert plant CLASS 3 | 13th NSO - 2010 1 8 . A

18. A plant placed in a pot needs

,

 

and

to grow.

(A)

Water, wind, fertilizer

(B)

Snow, rain, sunlight

(C)

Water, sunlight, air

(D)

Darkness, water, air

19. Which of the given pairs is NoT correctly matched?

(A) Milk-Cow

(B) Silk-Silk worm

(C) Honey-Honey bee (D) Wool-Hen

0. The given flow chart shows that

Seed Seedling Plant

(A) Plant can move

(B) Plant can grow

(C)

Plant eats food

(D) Plant cannot grow

1. Which of the following parts of a plant remains under the ground?

(A)

the following parts of a plant remains under the ground? (A) (B) (C) (D) . Which

(B)

following parts of a plant remains under the ground? (A) (B) (C) (D) . Which of

(C)

parts of a plant remains under the ground? (A) (B) (C) (D) . Which of the

(D)

parts of a plant remains under the ground? (A) (B) (C) (D) . Which of the

. Which of the following is WRoNgLY classified?

 

Digestive system

Skeletal system

(A)

Stomach

Skull

(B)

Mouth

Ribcage

(C)

Large intestine

Spine

(D)

Nostril

Heart

3. Which of the following is the largest sense organ of our body?

(A) Skin

(B) Eyes

(C) Ears

(D) Tongue

4. Which of the following items will float on water?

(A)

4. Which of the following items will float on water? (A) (B) (C) (D) Both (A)

(B)

Which of the following items will float on water? (A) (B) (C) (D) Both (A) &

(C)

of the following items will float on water? (A) (B) (C) (D) Both (A) & (C)

(D) Both (A) & (C)

5.

will float on water? (A) (B) (C) (D) Both (A) & (C) 5. What is Vinod

What is Vinod trying to prove about the plastic ruler ?

(A)

Its hardness

(B) Its strength

(C)

Its flexibility

(D) Its ability to float or sink in water

6. Look at the objects shown below.

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Look at the objects shown below. CLASS 3 | 13th NSO - 2010 All the above

All the above objects are ————

(i)

Soft

(ii) Wood-based products

(iii)

Made from plant parts

(iv) Non-flexible.

(A)

(i) only

(B)

(ii) & (iii)

(C)

(iii) & (iv)

(D)

(ii), (iii) & (iv)

7. Pratham is listening to a song on the radio. Which sense organ is he making use

of ?

(A)

on the radio. Which sense organ is he making use of ? (A) (B) (C) (D)

(B)

the radio. Which sense organ is he making use of ? (A) (B) (C) (D) 8.

(C)

radio. Which sense organ is he making use of ? (A) (B) (C) (D) 8. Which

(D)

Which sense organ is he making use of ? (A) (B) (C) (D) 8. Which one

8. Which one of the following can be placed in place of ‘X’ ?

(A)

Water

(B)

Milk

(C)

Carbon dioxide

(D)

Shadow

(B) Milk (C) Carbon dioxide (D) Shadow 9. The animal in the given figure belongs to
(B) Milk (C) Carbon dioxide (D) Shadow 9. The animal in the given figure belongs to

9. The animal in the given figure belongs to which category ?

(A)

Herbivore

(B)

Carnivore

(C)

Omnivore

(D)

Producer

(B) Carnivore (C) Omnivore (D) Producer 30. Ritu filled a syringe with water and tried to

30. Ritu filled a syringe with water and tried to push the piston

down with her finger covering the opening but found it difficult

to do so. What does this experiment show ?

(A)

Water can be compressed.

(B)

Water cannot be compressed.

(C)

Water occupies space.

(D)

Water has mass and volume.

Water occupies space. (D) Water has mass and volume. 31. Motor boats, ships, sail boats and

31. Motor boats, ships, sail boats and submarines are the examples of

(A) Air transport

(B) Land transport

(C) Water transport

(D) None of these

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3. A rat was placed in a closed jar with some grains. After some time the rat died

because

(A)

There was no water in the jar

(B)

There were not enough grains in the jar

(C)

There was no air in the jar

(D)

There was no light in the jar

Direction : Study the flow chart carefully and answer Q.nos. 33 & 34.

the flow chart carefully and answer Q.nos. 33 & 34. 33. "Table" can be placed under

33. "Table" can be placed under which group?

(A) Group X

(B) Group Y

(C) Both (A) & (B)

(D) None of these

34. "Dog" can be placed under which group?

(A) Group X

(B) Group Y

(C) Both (A) & (B)

(D) None of these

35. Which of the following is NoT a quality of a good house?

(A)

It should be safe.

(B)

It should have a clean supply of drinking water.

(C)

It should have well ventilated rooms.

(D) It should not have trees near it.

36. Monika had some problem in her teeth. She visited the dentist last week. Her

dentist may have advised her

(A)

Not to eat a lot of chocolates

(B) Rinse her mouth after eating anything

(C)

Brush teeth twice a day

(D)

All of these

37. You will find me selling medicines in a medicine shop. I am a

(A)

Chemist

(B) Doctor

(C) Nurse

(D) Surgeon

38. Which of the following means of transport has three wheels?

 

(A)

Bicycle

(B) Boat

(C) Auto rickshaw

(D) Truck

39. Which of the following plants can mostly be found in deserts?

(A)

of the following plants can mostly be found in deserts? (A) (B) (C) (D) 40. Which

(B)

the following plants can mostly be found in deserts? (A) (B) (C) (D) 40. Which of

(C)

following plants can mostly be found in deserts? (A) (B) (C) (D) 40. Which of the

(D)

following plants can mostly be found in deserts? (A) (B) (C) (D) 40. Which of the

40. Which of the following is a star ?

(A)

following plants can mostly be found in deserts? (A) (B) (C) (D) 40. Which of the

(B)

following plants can mostly be found in deserts? (A) (B) (C) (D) 40. Which of the

(C)

following plants can mostly be found in deserts? (A) (B) (C) (D) 40. Which of the

(D)

following plants can mostly be found in deserts? (A) (B) (C) (D) 40. Which of the

41. The plant shown in the figure is a

(A)

Herb

(B)

Shrub

(C)

Climber

(D)

Tree

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(C) Climber (D) Tree CLASS 3 | 13th NSO - 2010 4. Sonu is playing a

4. Sonu is playing a word puzzle. She had names of two animals, one which eats the remains of dead animals and the other which has a long neck. But one letter of the puzzle is missing. What is the missing letter ?

 
and the other which has a long neck. But one letter of the puzzle is missing.
 
 
missing. What is the missing letter ?             (A) E (B)
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
   
 

(A)

E

(B) A

(A) E (B) A

(C)

L

(D) M

(C) L (D) M

43. Which of the following animals gives us wool?

(A)

(D) M 43. Which of the following animals gives us wool? (A) (B) (C) (D) 44.

(B)

M 43. Which of the following animals gives us wool? (A) (B) (C) (D) 44. Which

(C)

Which of the following animals gives us wool? (A) (B) (C) (D) 44. Which of the

(D)

of the following animals gives us wool? (A) (B) (C) (D) 44. Which of the following

44. Which of the following takes least time to send the message ?

(A) Letter

(B) Telegram

(C) E-mail

(D) Messenger

45. Select the INCoRRECT statement.

(A)

The most expensive means of transport is water transport.

(B)

The first metro service was started in Kolkata.

(C)

Bullock-cart is the common means of transport in village.

(D)

Submarine is a ship that can travel underwater.

46. Which of the following is NoT a good habit?

(A)

Do not speak while eating.

(B) Eat in a clean place.

(C)

Eat lots of fruits and green vegetables.

(D) Buy food from roadside vendors.

47. The person who makes the plan of the house is

(A)

vegetables. (D) Buy food from roadside vendors. 47. The person who makes the plan of the

(B)

vegetables. (D) Buy food from roadside vendors. 47. The person who makes the plan of the

(C)

vegetables. (D) Buy food from roadside vendors. 47. The person who makes the plan of the

(D)

vegetables. (D) Buy food from roadside vendors. 47. The person who makes the plan of the

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48. Which of the following is NoT true about the Sun ?

(A)

It is made up of a huge mass of very hot gases.

(B)

It looks bigger because it is the only big star found in the galaxy.

(C)

It provides heat and light energy for the living things to survive on earth.

(D)

It is not safe to look directly at the sun with our naked eye.

49. The water used for washing fruits and vegetables can be reused for

(A)

Mopping floor

(B)

Washing hands and face

(C)

Watering plants

(D) Both (A) & (C)

50. Trees shed their leaves in which season?

(A) Winter

(B) Spring

(C) Autumn

(D) Summer

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MENTAL ABILITY

1.

Pawan saved ` 7 during October and ` 4 during November. His elder brother, Amit, saved ` 18 during that time. Which number sentence should Pawan use to compare his savings with Amit's savings ?

(A)

7 – 4 = 18

(B)

7 – 4 > 18

(C)

7 + 4 < 18

(D)

7 + 4 > 18

2.

A zookeeper feeds a polar bear 21 fish each day for 7 days. Which number sentence

should the zookeeper use to find the total number of fish he will feed the polar

bear during the 7 days ?

 

(A)

21 + 7 =

(B) 21 – 7 =

(B)

21 – 7 =

(A) 21 + 7 = (B) 21 – 7 = (C) 21 ÷ 7 = (D)

(C)

21 ÷ 7 =

21 ÷ 7 =

(D)

21 × 7 =

(A) 21 + 7 = (B) 21 – 7 = (C) 21 ÷ 7 = (D)

3.

Harmeet placed 4 small boxes of crayons on one

side of this balance scale. He put 2 medium

side of this balance scale. He put 2 medium

boxes of crayons on the other side to make

the balance scale equal.

 

How many small boxes would Harmeet need

to balance 3 medium boxes ?

 

(A)

2 small boxes

(B) 4 small boxes

(C) 5 small boxes

(D) 6 small boxes

4.

A bus leaves town A at 3:35 P.M. It arrives in town B 50 minutes later. Which clock

shows the time the bus arrives in town B ?

(A)

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

2 10

(B)

3 9

4 8

(C)

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

2 10

(D)

3 9

4 8

5.

Which of the following shows an even number ?

 
 

13

18

15

29

 

(A)

(B)

(C)

(D)

an even number ?     1 3 1 8 1 5 29   (A) (B)
an even number ?     1 3 1 8 1 5 29   (A) (B)
an even number ?     1 3 1 8 1 5 29   (A) (B)
an even number ?     1 3 1 8 1 5 29   (A) (B)

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6. Latika is stamping a design on drawing paper. This is the stamp she uses.
6.
Latika is stamping a design on drawing paper. This is the
stamp she uses. How many line segments are on Latika's
stamp ?
(A)
1
(B) 3
(C)
4
(D) 6
7.
Garima looked at the map to find shortest
School
distance from home to school.
What is the shortest path from home
to school, staying on the lines?
(A)
3 blocks
= 1 Block
(B)
4 blocks
Home
= 1 Block
(C)
5 blocks
(D)
6 blocks
8.
The students at Springdales Public School are having a reading competition. The
third-grade students read 1,302 books. The fourth-grade students read 987 books.
The fifth-grade students read 1,203 books.
How many books did the third, fourth and fifth-grade students read ?
(A)
3,492 books
(B) 3,482 books
(C) 2,492 books
(D) 2,482 books
9.
Which of the following can be used to answer the problem 6 + 0 = ?
(A)
Zero plus any number equals zero.
(B)
Zero minus any number equals zero.
(C)
Zero plus any number equals that number.
(D)
Zero minus any number equals that number.
10.
Gauri played three video games. Her scores were 297, 186 and 302. Which is the

best estimate of her total score for the three games ?

(A) 500

(B) 700

(C) 800

(D) 900

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SCIENCE

11. Which natural resource is most useful in building a house ?

(A)

natural resource is most useful in building a house ? (A) (B) (C) (D) 12. Nitika

(B)

resource is most useful in building a house ? (A) (B) (C) (D) 12. Nitika walked

(C)

resource is most useful in building a house ? (A) (B) (C) (D) 12. Nitika walked

(D)

is most useful in building a house ? (A) (B) (C) (D) 12. Nitika walked into

12. Nitika walked into a room. She said, "I can tell that someone has put on perfume." What sense did Nitika most likely use to know this ?

(A) Taste

(B) Sight

(C) Smell

(D) Hearing

13. Which student needs to wear protective glasses the most ?

(A)

student needs to wear protective glasses the most ? (A) (B) (C) (D) 14. Ahmed and

(B)

student needs to wear protective glasses the most ? (A) (B) (C) (D) 14. Ahmed and

(C)

needs to wear protective glasses the most ? (A) (B) (C) (D) 14. Ahmed and his

(D)

needs to wear protective glasses the most ? (A) (B) (C) (D) 14. Ahmed and his

14. Ahmed and his friends were walking down a street to reach their school. Suddenly one of his friends felt thirsty. Which of the given symbols will help Ahmed locate

water for his friend?

(A)

symbols will help Ahmed locate water for his friend? (A) (B) (C) (D) 15. Which of

(B)

symbols will help Ahmed locate water for his friend? (A) (B) (C) (D) 15. Which of

(C)

will help Ahmed locate water for his friend? (A) (B) (C) (D) 15. Which of the

(D)

will help Ahmed locate water for his friend? (A) (B) (C) (D) 15. Which of the

15. Which of the following plants will NOT be

able to survive ?

(A)

(a) & (b)

(B)

(b) & (c)

(C)

(c) & (d)

(D)

(a), (b) & (c).

(A) (a) & (b) (B) (b) & (c) (C) (c) & (d) (D) (a), (b) &

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16. An arrow is pointing at a part of the whale. Which part of a bird is most similar to this part of the whale ?

(A)

(C)

a bird is most similar to this part of the whale ? (A) (C) (B) (D)

(B)

(D)

is most similar to this part of the whale ? (A) (C) (B) (D) 17. Which

17. Which part of the potato plant absorbs water the most ?

(A)

(B)

(C)

(D)

P

Q

R

S

plant absorbs water the most ? (A) (B) (C) (D) P Q R S 18. Which

18. Which animal is most closely related to the animals in the given figure ?

(A)

closely related to the animals in the given figure ? (A) (B) (C) (D) 19. How

(B)

closely related to the animals in the given figure ? (A) (B) (C) (D) 19. How
closely related to the animals in the given figure ? (A) (B) (C) (D) 19. How
closely related to the animals in the given figure ? (A) (B) (C) (D) 19. How

(C)

(D)related to the animals in the given figure ? (A) (B) (C) 19. How long does

related to the animals in the given figure ? (A) (B) (C) (D) 19. How long

19. How long does the Earth take to spin on its own axis ?

(A) A day

(B) A week

(C) A month

(D) A year

20. Which characteristic would best help a bear to survive a winter in Alaska ?

(A) Big legs

(B) Black nose

(C) Thick fur

(D) Brown eyes

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21. Green plants make their own food. They are called (A) Predators (B) Consumers (C)
21.
Green plants make their own food. They are called
(A)
Predators
(B) Consumers
(C) Decomposers
(D) Producers
22.
A group of students put six objects into a bucket
of water. The objects were made of three different
materials: clay, plastic and steel.
Which material always sank in this experiment ?
(A)
Clay
(B)
Plastic
(C)
Steel
(D)
All of these
23.
Which structure of a bird is correctly paired with its function ?
(A)
Claws – Obtaining food
(B)
(C)
Feathers – Breathing
(D)
Wings – Eliminating waste products
Eyes – Growing
24.
Many birds fly South in winter. This phenomenon is called
(A)
Hibernation
(B) Germination
(C) Migration
(D) Communication
25.
Which behavior will best help a student stay healthy ?
(A)
Watching television five hours a day
(C)
Eating fruits and vegetables everyday
(B) Sleeping three hours every night
(D) Exercising once a month
26.
Which two life processes occur in both plants and humans ?
(A)
Growing and reproducing
(B)
(C)
Growing and making food
(D)
Germinating and making food
Germinating and reproducing
27.
Which of the following is INCORRECT ?

(A)

Separation of seeds from cotton fibres is called ginning.

(B)

Weaving and spinning are the two main processes of making fabrics.

(C)

Weaving is arranging two sets of yarn together to make a fabric.

(D)

Silk is obtained from mulberry leaves.

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28. A student performed the following experiment :

Four different types of seeds were planted in identical pots filled with the same kind and amount of soil. The pots were placed in a warm, sunny place and were given the same amount of water each day for a month. Which question about these seeds could be answered at the end of the month ?

(A)

Which seed grew well in the dark ?

(B)

Which seed produced the tallest plant ?

(C)

Which seed survived in cold temperature? (D) None of these

29. Which one of the following match is INCORRECT ?

(A)

Roots

Absorb water and mineral salts

 

(B)

Stem

Transports water and mineral salts to all parts of the plant

(C)

Leaves

Absorb water from air

(D) Seeds

Grow into new plants.

30. Which of the following objects can give off their own light ?

of the following objects can give off their own light ? (A) (a) only (B) (b)

(A)

(a) only

(B)

(b) & (c)

(C)

(a) & (b)

(D)

(a), (b) & (c)

31. Which of the following is a correct match ?

 

(A)

(A) - Pilot (B) - Cobbler

- Pilot

(B)

(A) - Pilot (B) - Cobbler

- Cobbler

(C)

- Lawyer

 

(D)

- Barber

match ?   (A) - Pilot (B) - Cobbler (C) - Lawyer   (D) - Barber
match ?   (A) - Pilot (B) - Cobbler (C) - Lawyer   (D) - Barber

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32. Match Column I with Column II and select the correct option from the codes given

below.

 

Column I

Column II

(a)

Brother's daughter

(i)

Grandmother

(b)

Grandfather's wife

(ii) Cousin

(c)

Daughter's husband

(iii) Nephew

(d)

Uncle's son

(iv) Niece

 

(v) Son-in-law

(A)

(a)-(iii), (b)-(ii), (c)-(iv), (d)-(v)

(B)

(a)-(iv), (b)-(i), (c)-(v), (d)-(ii)

(C)

(a)-(iv), (b)-(i), (c)-(ii), (d)-(iii)

(D)

(a)-(iii), (b)-(iv), (c)-(ii), (d)-(v)

33. Which of the following is a correct match ?

(A)

Bihu - Harvest festival of Punjab

(B) Onam - Harvest festival of Kerala

(C)

Pongal - Harvest festival of Himachal Pradesh

(D)

Baisakhi - Harvest festival of Assam

34. What is the full form of ISD ?

(A)

International Subscriber Dialling

(B) International Standard Dialling

(C)

Indian Subscriber Dialling

(D) Indian Standard Dial Network

35. Which of the following food items is a good source of protein ?

(A)

Dial Network 35. Which of the following food items is a good source of protein ?

(B)

Dial Network 35. Which of the following food items is a good source of protein ?

(C)

Dial Network 35. Which of the following food items is a good source of protein ?

(D)

Dial Network 35. Which of the following food items is a good source of protein ?

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Class 3 15 th SET A Year 2012
Class 3 15 th SET A Year 2012

Class 3

15 th
15 th
Class 3 15 th SET A Year 2012
Class 3 15 th SET A Year 2012

SET A

Year 2012

15th NSO - SET A

2
2

MENTAL ABILITY

1.

If

represents 15, represents 30, then 15 + 15 + 15 + 30 can be represented

represents 15,

represents 15, represents 30, then 15 + 15 + 15 + 30 can be represented

represents 30, then 15 + 15 + 15 + 30 can be represented

by

 

(A)

(A)
(A) (B)  
(A) (B)  
(A) (B)  

(B)

(B)
(B)
(B)
(B)
 

(C)

(C)
(C) (D)
(C) (D)
(C) (D)
(C) (D)

(D)

(D)
(D)
(D)
(D)
 

4 cm

2.

Total length of the boundary of the given figure is

(A)

62 cm

 

11 cm

 

11 cm

(B)

64 cm

 

11

cm

(C)

60 cm

 

6 cm

 
10 cm
10 cm

(D)

70 cm

 

11

cm

3.

Each of the symbols given below represents a different number.

 

If

If + + + = 55, × = 64 and + +

+

++ +

+

+

+

= 55,

= 55,

×

× = 64 and +

= 64 and

× = 64 and +

+

If + + + = 55, × = 64 and + +

+

+
+

= 40, then the value of

= 40, then the value of

+

+

+

++ +

+ +

+

=+ +

?_

 

(A)

82

 

(B) 64

(C) 75

(D) 65

4.

Number of circles in the given figures is

 

(A)

23

(B)

24

(C)

25

(D)

26

of circles in the given figures is   (A) 23 (B) 24 (C) 25 (D) 26

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5.

If M = 34, O = 23, N = 5, K = 2, E = 7, Y = 24, then the value of

M + O – N – K + E + Y

 

(A)

81

(B) 87

 

(C) 78

(D) 72

6.

The given figure shows only half of a symmetric figure. Identify the other half of

it.

(C)
(C)

(D)

(C) (D)

(A)

(A) (B)

(B)

7.

Values of P, Q and R in the pattern given below are

 
 

19

P

57

76

Q
Q

114

R

 

(A)

38, 86, 123

(B) 38, 97, 123

(C) 38, 95, 123

(D) 38, 95, 133

8.

Add the largest four digit even number formed by digits

on the left wing of butterfly and smallest four digit even

number on the right wing of butterfly. The result is

(A)

(C)

9909

9903

(B) 9930

(D) 9939

4, 2, 8, 3, 1, 9, 6 6
4,
2,
8, 3,
1, 9,
6
6
even number on the right wing of butterfly. The result is (A) (C) 9909 9903 (B)

9.

Look at the given clock. The clock shows the time when Garima

wakes up. She took 2 hours for getting ready for school. Between

which two numbers does the hour hand appears after 2 hours?

up. She took 2 hours for getting ready for school. Between which two numbers does the

(A)

7 and 8

(B)

6 and 7 9 and 10

(C)

8 and 9

(D)

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4

10. The weights of certain items are shown in the figures. Missing weight which will

replace the question mark (?) is

(A) 183 g

623 g 557 g (B) 204 g
623 g
557 g
(B) 204 g
? 976 g
?
976 g

(C) 353 g

(D) 419 g

SCIENCE

11. Identify the animals from the given pictures of their skin and select the correct

option.

(A)

1–Zebra, 3–Giraffe

(B)

2–Bear, 3–Squirrel

(C)

2–Zebra, 4–Squirrel

(D)

1–Bear, 4–Giraffe

2–Zebra, 4–Squirrel (D) 1–Bear, 4–Giraffe 1 2 3 4 12. The given picture shows water cycle.

1

2–Zebra, 4–Squirrel (D) 1–Bear, 4–Giraffe 1 2 3 4 12. The given picture shows water cycle.

2

2–Zebra, 4–Squirrel (D) 1–Bear, 4–Giraffe 1 2 3 4 12. The given picture shows water cycle.

3

4–Squirrel (D) 1–Bear, 4–Giraffe 1 2 3 4 12. The given picture shows water cycle. Which

4

12. The given picture shows water cycle. Which

processes are occurring in the direction of

arrows starting from process S?

(A)

Condensation, Evaporation, Precipitation

(B)

Evaporation, Condensation, Precipitation

(C)

Evaporation, Precipitation, Condensation

(D)

Precipitation, Condensation, Evaporation

S
S

13. Amit has following four containers. Which of these has maximum capacity?

(A)

200 mL cough syrup

(B) 900 mL glass jar

(C)

25 mL measuring cylinder

(D) 45 mL water bottle

14. Which beak of bird is best for probing insects in the sand and mud?

(A)

water bottle 14. Which beak of bird is best for probing insects in the sand and

(B)

water bottle 14. Which beak of bird is best for probing insects in the sand and

(C)

water bottle 14. Which beak of bird is best for probing insects in the sand and

(D)

water bottle 14. Which beak of bird is best for probing insects in the sand and

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15. Which of the following is correct regarding shadow ?

(A)

A shadow is always formed on the opposite side of the light source.

(B)

A shadow is formed when an object blocks the path of the light.

(C)

The shadow is shorter at noon and longer in morning and evening.

(D)

All of these

16. Which part of the given figure are you supposed to

consume?

(A)

Roots

(B)

Flower

(C)

Fruit

(D)

Stem

Roots (B) Flower (C) Fruit (D) Stem 17. People who roam from place to place usually

17. People who roam from place to place usually live in

(A) Stilt house

(B) Caravan

(C) Igloos

(D) Sailboats

18. Select the correct match among the following.

Sailboats 18. Select the correct match among the following. (A) A spongy pump for gases –

(A) A spongy pump for gases –

(C)

A muscular pump –

(B)

A muscular bag for food –

(D) All of these

pump – (B) A muscular bag for food – (D) All of these 19. Rahul is

19. Rahul is searching a place in the map. His friend told him, it is near to a famous

well. In the map, the place must be located close to which of these symbols?

(A)

place must be located close to which of these symbols? (A) (B) (C) (D) 20. Animals

(B)

must be located close to which of these symbols? (A) (B) (C) (D) 20. Animals that

(C)

must be located close to which of these symbols? (A) (B) (C) (D) 20. Animals that

(D)

be located close to which of these symbols? (A) (B) (C) (D) 20. Animals that have

20. Animals that have been trained to live with people are said to be

(A) Wild

(B) Tamed

(C) Carnivore

(D) Omnivore

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6

21. Nitin spotted a block on the pathway while he was

way to home. Read in the picture which he

on his

says about the block. Which of the materials below

best fits Nitin's description?

(A)

Metal

(B) Glass

(C)

Wood

(D) Rubber

It is light. I can grip the block easily. It bounced when I dropped it
It is light. I can grip
the block easily. It
bounced when
I dropped it on the
ground.
block easily. It bounced when I dropped it on the ground. 22. The given picture shows
block easily. It bounced when I dropped it on the ground. 22. The given picture shows

22. The given picture shows leaves of "touch-me-not" plant folding when being touched.

What does this show?

(A)

Living things need air to breathe.

(B)

Living things move on their own.

(C)

Living things need food to grow.

(D)

Living things feel changes around them.

to grow. (D) Living things feel changes around them. 23. Garima noted down on her calendar

23. Garima noted down on her calendar : "15 th October 20XX : New Moon". What shape

of Moon would she see on 4 th November 20XX?

(A

)
)
of Moon would she see on 4 t h November 20XX? (A ) (B ) (C

(B)

of Moon would she see on 4 t h November 20XX? (A ) (B ) (C
of Moon would she see on 4 t h November 20XX? (A ) (B ) (C

(C )

(D)

24. We eat different types of food. Food helps our body in many ways. Which of these

are called protective foods?

(A)

many ways. Which of these are called protective foods? (A) (B) (C) (D) 25. Observe the

(B)

ways. Which of these are called protective foods? (A) (B) (C) (D) 25. Observe the given

(C)

Which of these are called protective foods? (A) (B) (C) (D) 25. Observe the given picture.

(D)

Which of these are called protective foods? (A) (B) (C) (D) 25. Observe the given picture.

25. Observe the given picture. What does it show?

(A)

Air gives shape to things.

(B)

Air has weight.

(C)

Air fills space.

(D)

All of these.

shape to things. (B) Air has weight. (C) Air fills space. (D) All of these. SPACE

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26. In the given pictures, who is a mason by profession?

(A)

26. In the given pictures, who is a mason by profession? (A) (B) (C) (D) 27.

(B)

In the given pictures, who is a mason by profession? (A) (B) (C) (D) 27. For

(C)

given pictures, who is a mason by profession? (A) (B) (C) (D) 27. For which of

(D)

pictures, who is a mason by profession? (A) (B) (C) (D) 27. For which of the

27. For which of the given festivals the following statements hold true?

It is a festival of colours.

People put gulal on one another.

Some people eat sweets like gujia on this festival.

(A) Diwali

(B) Christmas

(C) Holi

(D) Dussehra

28. Which of the following is a correct match?

(A)

Grandfather's wife – Aunt

(B)

Uncle's wife – Grandmother Uncle's son – Cousin

(C)

Mother's father – Uncle

(D)

29. is used by soldiers to travel under water.

(A)

Submarine

(B) Sailboat

(C) Cable car

(D) Lorry

30. When you see someone hurt, which of the following would be the most appropriate

gesture you should show?

(A)

Call your friends

(B) Call your elders

(C)

Leave him/her as such

(D)

Say some sympathetic words to him/her

31. Read the given statements carefully.

 

1.

The Sun changes its shape daily.

2.

The Sun has its own light.

3.

The Earth is round like a ball.

4.

We can count all the Stars.

5.

The Earth has more land than water.

Which of the above statements are INCORRECT ?

(A) 1, 2 and 4

(B)

2 and 3

(C)

3 and 5

(D)

1, 4 and 5

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32. Written messages can be sent through

(A) Telegram

(B) Fax

(C) Email

(D) All of these

33. Observe the given map carefully. Which of

the following is correct regarding this?

(A)

Temple is in north-west of playground.

(B)

Entry to playground is northward.

(C)

Ria's house is eastward of school.

(D)

Post office is north facing.

N Temple E Playground W S Post office Ria's house School
N
Temple
E Playground
W
S
Post
office
Ria's
house
School

34. The given pictures show three children performing some activities. Which among

them is NOT following safety rules?

(A)

Sunita

(B)

Sunil

(C)

Ashok

(D)

All of them

(B) Sunil (C) Ashok (D) All of them Sunita Ashok Sunil 35. The Red Fort in

Sunita

(B) Sunil (C) Ashok (D) All of them Sunita Ashok Sunil 35. The Red Fort in

Ashok

Sunil (C) Ashok (D) All of them Sunita Ashok Sunil 35. The Red Fort in Delhi

Sunil

35. The Red Fort in Delhi is made of

(B) Sandstone

(A) Marble

(C) Granite

(D) Slate

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Class 3 16 th SET A Year 2013

Class 3

Class 3 16 th SET A Year 2013
16 th
16 th
Class 3 16 th SET A Year 2013
Class 3 16 th SET A Year 2013

SET A

Year 2013

MENTAL ABILITY

1.

If

1. If + = 12 and + = 18, then =

+

1. If + = 12 and + = 18, then =

= 12 and

1. If + = 12 and + = 18, then =

+

= 18, then

= 18, then

1. If + = 12 and + = 18, then =

=

A.

12

B.

6

C.

18

D.

10

2.

What fraction of smileys are green smileys?

 
2. What fraction of smileys are green smileys?  
2. What fraction of smileys are green smileys?  
2. What fraction of smileys are green smileys?  
2. What fraction of smileys are green smileys?  
2. What fraction of smileys are green smileys?  
2. What fraction of smileys are green smileys?  
2. What fraction of smileys are green smileys?  
2. What fraction of smileys are green smileys?  

A. 1

 
A. 1  
A. 1  
A. 1  
A. 1  
A. 1  
A. 1  
A. 1  
A. 1  
 

8

 

B. 1

 
  B. 1  
  B. 1  
  B. 1  
  B. 1  
  B. 1  
  B. 1  
  B. 1  
  B. 1  

7

7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7

C. 2

C. 2
C. 2
C. 2
C. 2
C. 2
C. 2
C. 2
C. 2
 

7

               
 

D. 3

  D. 3
  D. 3
  D. 3
  D. 3
  D. 3
  D. 3
  D. 3
  D. 3
              D. 3   8 3. What is the missing
              D. 3   8 3. What is the missing
              D. 3   8 3. What is the missing
              D. 3   8 3. What is the missing
              D. 3   8 3. What is the missing
              D. 3   8 3. What is the missing
              D. 3   8 3. What is the missing
              D. 3   8 3. What is the missing
 

8

3.

What is the missing figure in the given figure pattern?

 
 
   
   
   
   
   
 
 

A.

  A. B.   C.   D.  

B.

B.
 

C.

  A. B.   C.   D.  
 

D.

  A. B.   C.   D.  
 

4.

Which of the following clocks shows the time 2 hrs 20 minutes after 9 : 40 am?

 

A.

A.   B.   C.   D.
 

B.

B.
 

C.

A.   B.   C.   D.
 

D.

A.   B.   C.   D.

5.

Which of the following options shows 332 more than the given abacus?

A.

Four hundred thirty two

 
H T O
H
T
O

B.

Eight hundred seventy four

 

C.

Seven hundred sixty four

 

D.

Six hundred thirty two

6.

If

6. If stands for 40 people, then 6 's will stand for   people.  

stands for 40 people, then 6

's will stand for

's will stand for

 

people.

 

A.

240

 

B.

60

 

C.

400

D.

100

16th NSO - SET A

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7.

Which of the following options shows the correct mirror image of Fig. (X)?

 
7. Which of the following options shows the correct mirror image of Fig. (X)?  
7. Which of the following options shows the correct mirror image of Fig. (X)?  

A.

A.   B. C. D.
 

B.

A.   B. C. D.

C.

A.   B. C. D.

D.

8.

If

8. If is called , is called and is called , then which is used

is called

8. If is called , is called and is called , then which is used

,

8. If is called , is called and is called , then which is used

is called

8. If is called , is called and is called , then which is used

and

8. If is called , is called and is called , then which is used

is called

8. If is called , is called and is called , then which is used

, then which is used

to form a box of all equal faces?

 

A.

A. B. C. D.  

B.

A. B. C. D.  

C.

A. B. C. D.  

D.

A. B. C. D.  
 

9.

Find the values of P and Q respectively.

 

2

494 –4
494
–4

2

P

7

A. 4 and 1

 

09

 

–8

 

B. 4 and 7

 

Q

4

C. 7 and 4

–14

 

D. 2 and 4

00

10.

In which of the following figures, shape (X) is embedded

 
10. In which of the following figures, shape (X) is embedded  

as one of its part?

 

A.

A.   B.   C. D. Shape (X)
 

B.

A.   B.   C. D. Shape (X)
 

C.

A.   B.   C. D. Shape (X)

D.

Shape (X)

Shape (X)
 

scIENcE

 

11.

The given figures show two groups ('M' and 'N') of animals. Select the correct option regarding the categorization of the given groups.

M

N

A.

Wild animals

Domestic animals

B.

Give us fibre

Carry load

C.

Give us meat

Give us leather

D.

Give us dung

Give us milk

fibre Carry load C. Give us meat Give us leather D. Give us dung Give us
fibre Carry load C. Give us meat Give us leather D. Give us dung Give us

16th NSO - SET A

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12. Which of the following diagrams correctly shows the movement of water in the plant?

A.

correctly shows the movement of water in the plant? A. B. C. D. 13. Study the

B.

correctly shows the movement of water in the plant? A. B. C. D. 13. Study the

C.

correctly shows the movement of water in the plant? A. B. C. D. 13. Study the

D.

shows the movement of water in the plant? A. B. C. D. 13. Study the given

13. Study the given diagram and select the INCorrECT match regarding activity that requires X, Y or Z.

A.

Watching a television programme – Z

B.

reading a book – Y

C.

Listening the radio – X

D.

None of these

Sense Sense of of Z hearing sight X Y
Sense
Sense
of
of
Z
hearing
sight
X
Y

14. Which of these will take least time to get dry?

A.

Silk saree

B.

Jeans

C.

Cotton handkerchief

D.

Woollen skirt

15.

The effigies of two persons are burnt every year along with ravana on Dussehra. Who are those two persons and what are their relations with ravana ?

A. Kumbhkaran - brother, Meghnath - son

 

B. Meghnath - brother, Kumbhkaran - son

C. Vibhishan and Kumbhkaran - both brothers

D. Kumbhkaran and Meghnath - both brothers

16.

 

Supriya's daughter is niece of Shashank. Shashank is brother-in-law of rohit.

read the above given relationship and select the correct option regarding them.

A.

Supriya is sister of Shashank.

 

B.

rohit is the brother of Shashank's wife.

C.

Supriya's husband is brother-in-law of Shashank.

D.

All of these

17.

refer the given diagram of a part of the solar system.

Neil Armstrong was the first to step on

A.

C.

Q

r

B. S

D. P

the given diagram of a part of the solar system. Neil Armstrong was the first to
the given diagram of a part of the solar system. Neil Armstrong was the first to
the given diagram of a part of the solar system. Neil Armstrong was the first to
the given diagram of a part of the solar system. Neil Armstrong was the first to
the given diagram of a part of the solar system. Neil Armstrong was the first to

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18. Names of some professionals are hidden in the given word grid.

(a)

How many of them belongs to same profession?

(b)

How many of them requires least educational qualification for his occupation?

(a)

(b)

A. Two

Two

B. One

Three

C. Two

One

D. Two

Three

S B G E D P r A r D T N Q M O
S
B
G
E
D
P
r
A
r
D
T
N
Q
M
O
I
F
U
D
O
C
T
O
r
W
N
E
O
I
S
O
L
r
r
M
E

19. read the given statements regarding first aid tips and select the INCorrECT statement(s).

(1)

If a person is bleeding severely, tie loosely a bandage around the wound.

(2)

If a person faints, do not crowd him.

 

(3)

If a person gets burnt, put the burnt part under the cold water.

 

(4)

In a case of cuts or small wounds, wipe them clean and apply antiseptic lotion over them.

A.

1 and 3

B.

1 only

C.

1, 2 and 4

D.

3 only

20. Select the correct match.

 

A.

Caravan –

A. Caravan – B. Kutcha house –

B.

Kutcha house –

A. Caravan – B. Kutcha house –

C.

House boat –

House boat –

D.

Tent –

Tent –