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Exam : Allen’s Talent Encouragement Exam 2018
Document Type : Sample /Past Year Papers
Class : VII Std
Paper Code: G
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## Allen’s Talent Encouragement Exam Sample Paper

Sample Question Paper of Allen’s Talent Encouragement Exam 2018 Class VII 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 VIII Sample Paper 2018

## Model Questions

Duration : 2 Hrs
Maximum Marks : 320

### 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. Atmospheric pressure is measured by
(1) Barometer
(2) Manometer
(3) Screw gauge
(4) Anemometer

2. Which of the following factors affect the image produced by a pinhole camera ?
I. Enlarging the size of the pin hole
II. Increasing the distance between the screen and the pin hole
III. Increasing the distance between the object and the pin hole
(1) I and II only
(2) II and III only
(3) I and III only
(4) I, II and III

3. The property of light travelling in a straight line is called :
(1) Curvilinear propagation of light
(2) Rectilinear propagation of light
(3) Both (1) & (2)
(4) None of these

4. Recently the phenomenon of superconductivity has been observed at 96K. This temperature is nearly-
(1) –286.6°F
(2) –146°F
(3) –368°C
(4) 300°C

5. You test four different coffee thermos flasks and graph the data for each. The graph that best represents the results of a thermos that would keep coffee hot is
Which of the following statements describes what the crane operator does to drop the scrap metal into the train car?
(1) The crane operator turns on a magnetic charge in the scrap metal.
(2) The crane operator turns off an electric current in the electromagnet.
(3) The crane operator sends out a signal that causes the train car to become an electromagnet.
(4) The crane operator sends out a signal that blocks the magnetic properties of the scrap metal.

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. Changes in which heat is liberated are called :
(1) exothermic changes
(2) endothermic changes
(3) rapid changes
(4) none of these

14. Here are some jumbled up words. Which one of the following relates to the silk?
(1) BELMURRY
(2) AERHSNIG
(3) GRAONA
(4) EELCFE

15. The loss of which of these would have the least effect on the water cycle?
(1) Ocean
(2) River
(3) Animal
(4) Plants

16. If you perform an experiment bare handed and you realise that your palm has become slippery and slimy. The most probable reason for this is that you have dropped :
(1) sodium hydroxide on your hands.
(2) hydrochloric acid on your hands.
(3) sodium chloride on your hands.
(4) None of the above

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.
25. Process by which plants make their own food is called
(1) Transpiration
(2) Photosynthesis
(3) Respiration
(4) Evaporation

26. Which of the following is/are not ecofriendly activity?
(P) Burning of dried leaves and crop plants
(Q) Use of plastic bags
(R) Excess use of fertilizers and pesticides
(S) More use of recyclable materials
(1) P and Q
(2) R and S
(3) P, Q and R
(4) Q, R and S

27. The red worms used in vermicomposting need food like
(1) iron nails
(2) plastic bags
(3) broken toys
(4) vegetable and fruit wastes

28. Study the drawings of four different types of plants shown below. Of these plants, which ones reproduce by spores?
A. B. C. D.
(1) A and B
(2) C and D
(3) A and D
(4) B and C

29. Identify the joint given in the figure which is found at the top of your spine–
(1) Hinge joint
(2) Fixed joint
(3) Pivot joint
(4) Ball and socket joint

30. Many processes occur in the digestive system. Which process is best classified as a physical change?
(1) Saliva converting the starch molecules into simple sugars
(2) Digestive enzymes breaking down proteins into smaller amino acids
(3) Bacteria converting lactose into simple sugars in the intestine
(4) Teeth grinding an almond into smaller pieces in the mouth

### Paper – II

Paper Code : Q
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. Slow moving air is generally called :
(1) Storm
(2) Wind
(3) Cyclone
(4) None of these

2. Two plane mirrors are making an angle 90° with each other. An object is placed in between both the mirrors then number of images would be :
(1) 2
(2) 3
(3) 4
(4) 5

3. The essential condition for the formation of shadow is
(1) There should be an opaque material
(2) There should be a source of light and screen
(3) The object must be placed in the path of light
(4) All of these

4. Which is true about clinical thermometer?
(1) Generally it has temperature range from –10°C to 110°C.
(2) It has the small constriction near the mercury bulb.
(3) It is used to measure temperature of different objects in factories and laboratory.
(4) It contains water instead of mercury.

5. The temperature 223°F in celsius scale would be
(1) 102.1°C
(2) 104.1°C
(3) 106.1°C
(4) 108.1°C

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. Bursting of cracker is a/an
(1) Reversible change
(2) Irreversible change
(3) Both reversible and irreversible
(4) None of these

15. If we take sea water in plate and allow it to stand in sunlight till whole of the water disappears, we find that
(1) Nothing is left in the plate
(2) Some solid is left behind
(3) Some liquid is left behind
(4) None of the above is correct

16. Which of the following set of substance contain acids ?
(1) Grapes, lime water
(2) Vinegar, soap
(3) Curd, milk of magnesia
(4) Curd, Vinegar

17. Reena prepared China rose indicator by keeping the petals of the flower in hot water for some time. She used the coloured solution for testing three solutions A, B and C. Solution A turns to dark pink, solution B remains light pink and solution C turns to green. Mark the correct option.
(1) Lemon juice Sugar solution Milk of magnesia
(2) Lemon juice Orange juice Sugar solution
(3) Sugar solution Vinegar Sugar solution
(4) Salt solution Milk of magnesia Lemon juice

18. Transpiration is a process in which plants.
(2) Absorb water vapour from air.
(3) Prepare food from water.
(4) Release water vapour.

20. Removal of wool from a sheep is known as
(1) Rearing
(2) Sorting
(3) Shearing
(4) Scouring

21. Ice ¾® Liquid water ¾® Water vapour The type of energy that must be added for the ice to change to liquid water is_________.
(1) light energy
(2) mechanical energy
(3) sound energy
(4) heat energy

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 cannot be listed as an abiotic component in the ecosystem?
(1) Oxygen in the atmosphere
(2) Water vapour in the atmosphere
(3) Bacteria in the soil
(4) Organic material in the soil

25. Study the diagram below showing a process in plants. The process represented is
(1) transpiration
(2) photosynthesis
(3) respiration
(4) germination

26. Example of biofertilizers is/are
(P) Rhizobium in roots of leguminous plants
(Q) Yeast in fermenting sugar solution
(R) Amoeba in fresh water
(S) Some blue – green algae
(1) P only
(2) P and S only
(3) P, Q, R
(4) All of these

27. Redworms grind their food with the help of ________.
(1) teeth
(2) gizzard
(3) stomach
(4) tentacle

28. Find the odd one out .
(1) Stigma
(2) Style
(3) Ovary
(4) Anther

29. The given table shows the degree of angular movement shown by three different skeletal joints X, Y and Z. Which of the following statements is correct regarding this?
(1) Joint X can be the joint between shoulder bone and arm.
(2) Joint Y can be the elbow joint.
(3) Joint Z can be the joint between upper jaw and rest of the skull.
(4) All of the above

30. Photosynthesis occurs in which of the following part/parts of plants?
(1) Green leaves
(2) Anther of a flower
(3) Petals of a flower
(4) All of these

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