Specimen Entry Test

1 of 100
The number of pairs of identical faces in a cuboid is ____________.
2 of 100
The probability of drawing an ace card from a deck of cards is _________________.
3 of 100
If these shapes are similar, what is the value of x?

4 of 100
Which of the following is not irrational?
5 of 100
What is the side length of a square with an area of $$16 m^2$$?
6 of 100
The solution to the inequality $$4x^2 > 36$$ is _______________.
7 of 100
Give the next value in the following pattern: 120, 100, 70, _____________.
8 of 100
If two adjacent angles of a parallelogram are $$(63 − x)°$$and $$(4x − 6)°$$. Then the value of $$x$$ is?
9 of 100
If the graph of the line $$6x + ky = 3k$$ intersects the $$x-axis$$ at the point $$(2, 0)$$ then the value of $$k$$ will be?
10 of 100
If the average of X and 10 is 30, then the value of X should be?
11 of 100
If the area of a circle is $$\frac{25}{\pi} cm^2$$, then its circumference will be?
12 of 100
When $$9x^2 - 6x + 2$$ is divided by $$x-3$$, the remainder will be _____________.
13 of 100
The ratio of the speed of a cycle 12 km per hour to the speed of scooter 36 km per hour is:
14 of 100
The Mode of the data 3,2,4,5,4,6,4,8 is _____________.
15 of 100
The area of a rhombus whose diagonals are of lengths 10cm and 8.2cm is:
16 of 100
Which operation would you perform last in the following calculation? $$–2.3 \times 18 ÷ 5.8 – (3.1 + 4)$$
17 of 100
Which of the following represents De-Morgans Law.
18 of 100
The factors of $$64x^2 – 36$$ are:
19 of 100
What is the value of $$x$$ in $$\sqrt{x} = 4.3$$
20 of 100
The correct value of $$(2x + 2y)(2x - 4y)$$ when $$x = 1.5$$ and $$y = -0.5$$ is :
21 of 100
Simplify $$(7^2)^3 (7^9) ÷ (7^2) (7^3)$$
22 of 100
The number $$50700$$ in the form of scientific notation will be?
23 of 100
The number to be added in $$x^4+ 64$$ for completion of the square is _______________.
24 of 100
If $$\sqrt{(2x–3)} – 7 = 0$$, the value of $$x$$ should be
25 of 100
If $$3^a=81$$, then the value of $$a$$ will be?
26 of 100
Which term of the Arithmetic Progression (A.P) 3, 8, 13, 18, .......... is 78?
27 of 100
A profit of Rs 490,000 is to be divided between Ahmad and Haider with the ratio of 3:4 respectively. Then the profit of Ahmad should be?
28 of 100
A shop offers a discount of 8% on marked price. If the marked price of a chair is Rs 5600, then its selling price will be?
29 of 100
A toy is a scale model of a horse in which 1 cm represents 3 cm. The head on the model is 15 cm long. How long is the head of the real horse?
30 of 100
After factorization $$ac + ad + bc + bd$$ will be?
31 of 100
Ali leaves his house at 6:00 AM. He drives 67.5 km to the workplace with an average speed of 30 km per hour, the time he will reach the work will be?
32 of 100
An Airplane carries 500 passengers, 45% are men, 20% are children. The number of women in the airplane is?
33 of 100
Aslam earns Rs 110 if he works for up to an hour in a shop. Determine the fewest number of hours he must work so that he may earn at least Rs 2210.
34 of 100
Each side of a cube is 2cm long. Calculate the area of the visible surface in the following figure:
35 of 100
Highest common factor (HCF) of 26 and 91 is:

A loop bus has exactly six stops on its route. The bus first stops at stop one and then at stops two, three, four, five and six in that order. After leaving stop six, the bus returns to stop one and continues around the loop again. The stops are at six buildings that are in alphabetical order. Garfield Harrison, Johnson, Kennedy, Lincoln and Madison.

• Lincoln is stop three.
• Harrison is stop six.
• Kennedy is the stop immediately before Madison.
• Johnson is the stop immediately before Garfield.

36 of 100
If Johnson is stop four, which of the following must be the stop immediately before Lincoln?

37 of 100
If Garfield is stop two, which of the following must be the stop immediately before Harrison?
38 of 100
A school always has ________________.
39 of 100
A man is facing west. He turns 45 degrees in the clockwise direction and then another 180 degrees in the same direction and then 270 degrees in the anticlockwise direction. Find which direction he is facing now?
40 of 100
If GOOGLE is coded as 4 and ABSENTEE as 6, then what is the code for LETTERS?
41 of 100
If in a certain code: ROPE is coded as 6821, CHAIR is coded as 73456, what will be the code for CRAPE?
42 of 100
Assertion (A): Telephone wires sag more in summer.
Reason (R): They expand due to summer heat.
43 of 100
Choose the alternative figure.

44 of 100
If the TAP is coded as SZO, then how is FREEZE coded?
45 of 100
Choose the alternative figure which closely resembles the mirror image of the given combination. TARAIN1014A

46 of 100
Choose the correct figure.

47 of 100
Choose the figure which is different from the rest.

48 of 100
If white is called blue, blue is called red, red is called yellow, yellow is called green, green is called black, black is called violet and violet is called orange, what would be the color of human blood?
49 of 100
Which alphabet will be 14th to the left of 8th alphabet from the right in the following series of letters? A O B P C Q D R E S F T G U H V I W J X K Y L Z M N
50 of 100
Arrange the words given below in a meaningful sequence.
1. Presentation 2. Recommendation 3. Arrival 4. Discussion 5. Introduction.
51 of 100
Choose the right figure from the set of answer figures which would replace the question mark (?)

52 of 100
Pointing to a photograph, a man said, "I have no brother or sister but that man's father is my father's son." Whose photograph was it?
53 of 100
Choose the word which is least like the others word in a group?
54 of 100
Select a figure from amongst the Answer Figures (1,2,3,4,5), which will continue the same series as established by the five (A,B,C,D,E).

55 of 100
Select a suitable figure from the Answer Figures that would replace the question mark (?)

56 of 100
Should there be student’s union in a college/university?
Arguments:
I.No. This will create a political atmosphere in the campus.
II. Yes, it is very necessary as students are the future political leaders.
57 of 100
Statement: The world is neither good nor evil, each man manufactures a world for himself.
Conclusions:
I. Some people find this world quite good.
II. Some people find this world quite bad.
58 of 100
Complete analogous pair: Thermometer : Temperature
59 of 100
The evening is to morning as the dinner is to?
60 of 100
If the letters in the word RUTHENIUM are rearranged in the alphabetical order, which letter will be second to the right of the middle letter?
61 of 100
The number of triangles in the given figure is:

62 of 100
Cube is related to Square in the same way as Square is related to:
63 of 100
Find out the alternative figure which contains figure (X) as its part.

64 of 100
Find out the alternative figure which contains figure (X) as its part.

65 of 100
To keep the pattern of the sequence 1, 4, 9, 16, 25, x, the number x should be _____________.
66 of 100
A and B start walking in opposite directions. A covers 3 km and B covers 4 km. Then, A turns right and walks 4 km while B turns left and walks 3 km. How far is each from the starting point?
67 of 100
Waqas had twenty-one hens, all but eleven died, how many hens is Waqas left with?
68 of 100
What is the minimum number of different colors required to paint the given figure such that no two adjacent regions have the same color?

69 of 100
Which is an odd one out from the given figures?

70 of 100
Which of the following numbers is different than others?

Different colors can affect us in many different ways; that’s according to Verity Allen. In her new TV series ‘Color me Healthy’, Verity looks at the ways that colors can influence how hard we work and the choices we make. They can even change our emotions and even influence how healthy we are.
‘Have you ever noticed how people always use the same colors for the same things?’ says Verity. ‘Our toothpaste is always white or blue or maybe red. It’s never green. Why not? For some reason, we think that blue and white is clean, while we think of green products as being a bit disgusting. It’s the same for businesses. We respect a company which writes its name in blue or black, but we don’t respect one that uses pink or orange. People who design new products can use these ideas to influence what we buy.’
During this four-part series, Verity studies eight different colors, two colors in each program. She meets people who work in all aspects of the color industry, from people who design food packets, to people who name the colors of lipsticks. Some of the people she meets clearly have very little scientific knowledge to support their ideas, such as the ‘Color Doctor’ who believes that serious diseases can be cured by the use of colored lights. However, she also interviews real scientists who are studying the effects of green and red lights on mice, with some surprising results.
Overall, it’s an interesting show, and anyone who watches it will probably find out something new. But because Verity goes out of her way to be polite to everyone she meets on the series, it’s up to the viewers to make their own decisions about how much they should believe.

71 of 100
According to Verity, why is a knowledge of color important?

72 of 100
Which of the following would make a good title for the text?

73 of 100
What is the writer doing in this text?

74 of 100
Who does the writer respect least?

75 of 100
Which of the following shows the probable content of the four shows?
76 of 100
_______________ by the reviews, it must be an interesting book.
77 of 100
I have worked _____________ all my life to earn this money.
78 of 100
A sudden _____________ of wind blew the letter out of my hand.
79 of 100
A terrible war started and _______________ of the statues were broken.
80 of 100
According to the TV guide, the show ______________ at 10 PM.
81 of 100
82 of 100
Neither Javed ____________ Asif are coming with us tonight because they have a lot of work to do.
83 of 100
What's the problem, dear? I can't open this Jar. ___________ you help me?
84 of 100
Never before ____________ so embarrassed!
85 of 100
I was really disappointed _______________ not getting the job.
86 of 100
Do you prefer coffee _____________ tea?
87 of 100
He was right."Öh, I know! I really wish I ___________ his advice!”
88 of 100
Easter Island is a small triangle of rock situated in the Pacific Ocean. It’s about 2,000 miles from the nearest city. It is ______________ for its statues.
89 of 100
His new novel is ____________ out next month
90 of 100
Studies show that people ______________ arrived on the island about 1600 years ago.
91 of 100
The news caught me completely by _______________.
92 of 100
The number of people on the island grew and grew_______________ it reached about 10,000 people.
93 of 100
There is no reason why people of different races can’t ____________quite peacefully together.
94 of 100
There were too many people and there wasn’t________________ food to eat.
95 of 100
This exercise isn't as easy ______________ it may seem.
96 of 100
What happened _____________ the people who lived on the Easter Island?
97 of 100
When western explorers _______________ island on Easter Day in 1722, the huge rock statues were the only sign that a great society had once lived there.
98 of 100
Who made the huge stone faces on Easter Island? How ___________ they move these giant pieces of rock?
99 of 100
People of Easter Island made many objects, and they had their _________________ language.
100 of 100
Hundreds of huge, stone faces can be________________ over the Easter island.