# SSC General Awareness model test paper - 3

## SSC General Awareness model test paper - 3

Q1. Which statement below describe the application of Newton’s Second law of motion?

A. Athlete runs some distance, before taking a long jump.
B. We hit a carpet with a stick to remove the dust.
C. While catching a ball, a cricket player lowers his hands to save himself from getting hurt.
D. In order to walk, we press the ground in forward direction with our feet.

ANSWER: C. While catching a ball, a cricket player lowers his hands to save himself from getting hurt.

Q2. Which statement is not correct ?

A. Due to friction, we are able to move on the surface of earth.
B. The brakes applied in car work only due to friction.
C. A lot of energy is conserved in the form of heat that causes wear and tear of the moving parts.
D. By changing sliding to rolling friction can be reduced.

ANSWER: C. A lot of energy is conserved in the form of heat that causes wear and tear of the moving parts.

Q3. Sun’s Temperature can be measured by ________.

A. Thermometer
D. None of these.

Q4. Venturimeter is used to measure the ________.

A. Rate of flow of fluid.
B. Temperature of Moon’s surface.
C. Pressure of liquid.
D. Temperature of Sun’s surface.

ANSWER: A. Rate of flow of fluid.

Q5. Concave mirrors are not used as a ______.

A. Reflectors in Car.
B. Reflectors in Buses.
C. Shaving Mirrors.
D. Rear – View Mirrors.

ANSWER: D. Rear – View Mirrors.

Q6. Who was the first woman Prime minister of any Muslim Country?

A. Benazir Bhutto
B. Sheikh Hasina
C. Heina Rabbani Khar
D. Fatima Jinnah

Q7. Which is the largest bay in the world?

A. San Francisco Bay
B. Chaleur Bay
C. Hudson Bay
D. Antsiranana Bay

Q8. Blue Book belongs to which countries government?

A. Indian Government
B. British Government
C. Iran Government
D. Netherland Government

Q9. What is the currency of Qatar?

A. Peso
B. Dinar
C. Riyal
D. Durham

Q10. MGNREGS was launched on year _____.

A. 2007
B. 2004
C. 2000
D. 2006

Q11. Broca’s area is present in the ______ of Human Body.

A. Tongue
B. Ear
C. Brain
D. Heart

Q12. How many step involved in Photosynthesis process?

A. Five
B. Four
C. Three
D. Two

Q13. Iron is present in _______.

A. Leafy Vegetables
B. Water
C. Soyabean
D. Sea foods

Q14. Which one is not the type of Ear defect?

A. Labyrinthine Disease
B. Otalgia Ear Ache
C. Daltonism
D. Othitis Media

Q15. Which of the following is a Carnivorous plant?

A. Lily
B. Lotus
C. Begonia
D. Sundew

Q16. What is the normal breathing rate of man?

A. 11-13/ min
B. 15-17/min
C. 18-20/min
D. 25-27/min

Q17. The coil in a heater is made up of _____.

A. Copper
B. Nickel
C. Tungsten
D. Nichrome

Q18. What is maximum in the composition of Cement?

A. CaO
B. Al2O3
C. MgO
D. None of these

Q19. Classical smog is also called _______ smog.

A. London type
B. Los Angeles type
C. Indian type
D. None of these

Q20. “Mohenjodaro” words stands for ____________.

A. Mohan the Farmer.
C. Mound of the Earth.
D. Modern Earth.

Q21. Who wrote the “Raghuvansh”?

A. Chanakya
B. Vishnu Sharma
C. Somdeva
D. Kalidas

Q22. Mughal Empire was founded by ____.

A. Sher Shah Suri
B. Akbar
C. Babar
D. Humayun

Q23. Which is the deepest port of India?

B. Kochi
C. Vishakhapatnam
D. Mumbai

Q24. Who appoints the Committees of Parliament?

A. Member of Parliament
B. Chairman of Rajya Sabha
C. Speaker of Lok Sabha
D. Chief Justice of India

ANSWER: C. Speaker of Lok Sabha

Q25. Sarkaria Commission was established to study _____.

A. Inter State Relations
B. Upper and Local Bodies Relations
C. Centre-State Relations
D. None of these