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Class : V Std
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Allen’s Talent Encouragement Exam Sample Paper

Sample Question Paper of Allen’s Talent Encouragement Exam 2018 Class V Standard Paper – I & Paper II Question Paper is now available in the official website of ALLEN Career Institute – TALLENTEX COORDINATION CELL.

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Allen’s TALLENTEX Class VI Sample Paper 2018

Model Questions

Paper – I

Section – A – Physics :
This section contains 12 Multiple Choice Questions. Each question has four choices (1), (2), (3) and (4) out of which ONLY ONE is correct.
1. If 10 gm of salt and 5 gm of sugar are completely dissolved in 50 gm of water, what is the total mass of the solution?
(1) 15 gm
(2) 50 gm
(3) 60 gm
(4) 65 gm

2. A boy walks 5 km towards East. He now turns to his right and walks 2 km more. What is the total distance covered by him ?
(1) 5 km
(2) 7 km
(3) 2 km
(4) 3 km

3. The planet which has two moons is
(1) Mercury
(2) Venus
(3) Earth
(4) Mars

5. Which of the following sources of energy has not been shown in given figure?
(1) Wind energy
(2) Solar energy
(3) Nuclear energy
(4) Water energy

6. 1 km = _______ m
(1) 10
(2) 100
(3) 1000
(4) 10000

7. Four students volunteered to help a librarian move containers of library materials. The numbers in the bars show the mass of each container. The results for each student helper are shown in the table. Helper Result of Lifting Force
W The container was raised 1 m to a shelf.
X The container was raised 2.5 m to the top of a cabinet.
Y The container was raised 0.5 m to a tabletop.
Z The container was too heavy to lift even after four tries.
Based on this information, which student helper did not do any work on a container?
(1) Helper W
(2) Helper X
(3) Helper Y
(4) Helper Z

8. _______ season comes in between winter and summer-
(1) Autumn
(2) Spring
(3) Rainy
(4) None of these

9. The movement of earth on its axis is called _____(i)_______ and movement of earth around sun is called ____(ii)_____ .
Choose the correct option to fill in the blanks.
(1) (i) rotation, (ii) revolution
(2) (i) revolution, (ii) rotation
(3) (i) rotation, (ii) vibration
(4) (i) vibration, (ii) rotation

10. Which of the following energy conversion is incorrect?
(1) Electric Bulb ® Electrical energy to light energy
(2) Battery ® Chemical energy to electrical energy
(3) Photosynthesis ® Chemical energy to light energy
(4) Generator ® Mechanical energy to electrical energy

11. What is the danger when there is a large amount of unstable snow on a steep mountain slope ?
(1) Avalanche
(2) Dense fog
(3) Mud slide
(4) Flood

12. Which of the following is not a unit of mass ?
(1) Kilogram
(2) Quintal
(3) Pound
(4) Mile

Section-B – Chemistry
This section contains 11 Multiple Choice Questions. Each question has four choices (1), (2), (3) and (4) out of which ONLY ONE is correct.
13. Which is NOT a state of matter ?
(1) Gelatinous
(2) Solid
(3) Liquid
(4) Gas

14. Copper wire is often wrapped in plastic. Plastic material is a good
(1) electromagnet
(2) insulator
(3) circuit
(4) current

15. Which of the following is used to know how cold or hot the weather is ?
(1) wind
(2) precipitation
(3) humidity
(4) temperature

16. Granite is a hard material and forms from cooling of magma. Granite is a type of –
(1) marble
(2) igneous rock
(3) volcanic dust
(4) sedimentary rock

17. Continual process in which a rock is changed into an another rock is called
(1) rock sedimentation
(2) sorting of rocks
(3) accumulation of rocks
(4) rock cycle

18. Water vapour is the ……….. state of matter ?
(1) solid
(2) gaseous
(3) liquid
(4) all are correct

Section-C – Biology
This section contains 12 Multiple Choice Questions. Each question has four choices (1), (2), (3) and (4) out of which ONLY ONE is correct.
24. They do not have chlorophyll
(1) Fungi
(2) Mushroom
(3) Both (1) and (2)
(4) Algae

25. Which of the following are essential for body growth and formation of new cells?
(1) Carbohydrates
(2) Protein
(3) Minerals
(4) Vitamins

26. The types of joint at X and Y are
(1) X = ball and socket, Y = hinge
(2) X = hinge, Y = ball and socket
(3) X = ball and socket, Y = fixed
(4) X = fixed, Y = hinge

27. Which of the following is the main role of flowers found in most flowering plants?
(1) To take in air
(2) To produce seeds
(3) To absorb nutrients
(4) To protect the stem

Paper – II

Paper Code – X
Section-A : Physics
This section contains 12 Multiple Choice Questions. Each question has four choices (1), (2), (3) and (4) out of which ONLY ONE is correct.
1. What is the total weight measured by given measuring weights if used together?
(1) 1000 g
(2) 750 g
(3) 850 g
(4) 1050 g

2. The diagram below shows a pencil being measured with paper clips. What is the length of the pencil in paper clips?
(1) 4.0
(2) 4.5
(3) 5.0
(4) 5.5

3. Densest Planet in the solar system is
(1) Saturn
(2) Earth
(3) Uranus
(4) Jupiter

4. The hot interior of earth is another source of energy called ____ energy.
(1) Solar
(2) Hydro
(3) Geothermal
(4) Atomic

5. Which of the following is not a natural disaster?
(1) Flood
(2) Nuclear war
(3) Earthquake
(4) Landslides

6. Cubic meter is the unit of :
(1) Temperature
(2) Time
(3) Volume
(4) Length

7. Choose the incorrect statement :
(1) Bulb converts electrical energy into light energy.
(2) An electric cell converts chemical energy stored in it into electrical energy.
(3) Wind mill converts electrical energy to heat energy.
(4) Electric heater converts electrical energy to heat energy.

9. What is the gas that traps the solar energy in the atmosphere and causes the green house effect ?
(1) Oxygen
(2) Carbondioxide
(3) Nitrogen
(4) None of these

10. Which of the following is an example of a wedge ?
(1) See-saw
(2) Knife
(3) Wheel
(4) None of these

Section-B – Chemistry :
This section contains 11 Multiple Choice Questions. Each question has four choices (1), (2), (3) and (4) out of which ONLY ONE is correct.
13. The process shown would be classified as
(1) Precipitation
(2) Condensation
(3) Transpiration
(4) Evaporation

14. Which of the following is not a matter ?
(1) Sugar
(2) Thought
(3) Glass
(4) Pen

15. When Riva went to Delhi, it was extremely hot. Very hot winds blew over the land. Her mother explained that this occurred in summer in many places in the interior of India. These hot winds are known as ___________.
(1) Storm
(2) Land breeze
(3) Cyclone
(4) Loo

16. High heat and pressure can change Sedimentary rocks first into :
(1) Igneous
(2) Minerals
(3) Gangue
(4) Metamorphic

17. Pebbles and gravel cemented together by minerals and sand forms–
(1) Shale
(2) Gneiss
(3) Conglomerate
(4) Pumice

18. Which word describe water in a solid state ?
(1) Ice
(2) Rain
(3) Clouds
(4) Humidity

Section-C – Biology :
This section contains 12 Multiple Choice Questions. Each question has four choices (1), (2), (3) and (4) out of which ONLY ONE is correct.
24. Which of the following statements describe an important difference between mushrooms and green plants?
(1) Mushrooms can grow in wet areas, but green plants grow only in dry soil.
(2) Mushrooms can grow in cold areas, but green plants grow only in hot areas.
(3) Mushrooms reproduce by spreading roots, but green plants need insects to reproduce.
(4) Mushrooms get energy from decomposing matter, but green plants produce their own food.

25. If diet is deficient in citrus fruits then the person will suffer from which disease ?
(1) Rickets
(2) Beri beri
(3) Scurvy
(4) Night blindness

26. This organ stores and concentrates bile
(1) Liver
(2) Stomach
(3) Pancreas

27. Which of these is not given by plants?
(1) Wood
(2) Cotton
(3) Tea
(4) Glass

28. Chameleon
(1) is an arboreal animal
(2) shows camouflage
(3) is carnivorous
(4) All the above are correct

30. Which among the following organisms is an autotroph (can make their own food) ?
(1) Mushroom
(2) Penicillium
(3) Blue green algae