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# ResoFAST 2019 Sample Test Paper : Resonance’s Forward Admission & Scholarship Test

Organisation : Resonance Eduventures Limited
Exam Name : Resonance’s Forward Admission & Scholarship Test (ResoFAST) 2019
Document Type : Sample Test Paper
Website : https://www.resonance.ac.in/

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## What is ResoFAST?

ResoFAST (Resonance’s Forward Admission & Scholarship Test ) for JEE Advanced, JEE Main, Pre Medical (NEET, AIIMS), PCCP Courses for students of Class 5th to 12th Passed Students can also avail the Scholarship benefit on the basis of their academic merits as per the Resonance General Scholarship Policy (R-GSP).

## Sample Test Paper For ResoFAST

Sample Test Paper (STP) For Resonance’s Forward Admission & Scholarship Test (ResoFAST) 2019

1. The distance travelled by a body falling freely from rest in first, second and third seconds are in the ratio :
(A) 1 : 4 : 9
(B) 1 : 3 : 5
(C) 1 : 2 : 3
(D) None of these

2. A spring balance together with a suspended weight of 2.5 kg is dropped from a height of 30 metres.The reading on the spring balance, while falling, will be :
(A) 2.5 kg
(B) 1.25 kg
(C) zero kg
(D) 25 kg

3. An empty plastic box of mass 5 kg is observed to accelerate up at the rate of g/6 when placed deep insidewater. What mass of sand should be put inside the box so that it may accelerate down at the rate of g/6?
(A) 1 kg
(B) 1.5 kg
(C) 2 kg
(D) 2.5 kg

4. wo objects are placed at some distance, if its masses becomes two times and distance between thembecomes half then value of new gravitational force will be
(A) 4 times
(B) 8 times
(C) 16 times
(D) 32 times

5. A ball of the mass m is moving with velocity v. It strikes the floor and rebounce with the same velocity.If n such balls strike the floor per sec, then force exerted by the balls on the floor is :
(A) mv
(B) mnv
(C) 2mnv
(D) mn/v

6. The time taken by a sound wave of frequency 1000 Hz and wavelength 50 cm to travel a distance of 500 m is
(A) 1 s
(B) 2 s
(C) 1.5 s
(D) 3 s

7. What is true about solids ?
(A) Solids do not flow.
(B) They are rigid.
(C) They have definite shape and size.
(D) All of these

8. Which of the following provides an example of a true solution ?
(A) Blood
(B) Milk
(C) Starch solution
(D) Sugar solution

9. C and O combine together to form CO2, for which they combine in definite proportion i.e. 3:8. This statement follows
(A) Law of conservation of mass
(B) Law of definite proportion
(C) (A) & (B) both
(D) None of these

10. The atomic number and atomic mass of an element ‘E’ are 53 and 127 respectively. The number of neutrons present in one atom of ‘E’ is :
(A) 53
(B) 74
(C) 280
(D) 37

11. Ice floats on water because
(A) density of ice is higher than water.
(B) density of ice is lower than water.
(C) temperature of ice is lower than water.
(D) temperature of water is higher than ice

12. Which of the following statements is not correct ?
(A) A compound is a pure substance.
(B) A compound is homogeneous in nature.
(C) A compound always contains two or more elements.
(D) A compound can be separated into constituent elements by some physical process.

13.In an experiment 1.288 g of copper oxide was obtained from 1.03 g of Cu. In another experiment 3.672 g of copper oxide gave on reduction 2.938 g of copper. Which law of chemical combination can be illustrated by this example ?
(A) Law of conservation of mass
(B) Law of constant proportion
(C) Law of multiple proportion
(D) None of these

14. In an atom, M shell can occupy maximum of
(A) 2 electrons
(B) 8 electrons
(C) 18 electrons
(D) 32 electrons

15. The smell of perfume spreads out by a process known as
(A) evaporation
(B) diffusion
(C) condensation
(D) fusion

16. Air is regarded as a
(A) compound
(B) mixture
(C) element
(D) electrolyte

17. By increasing pressure, the ______ of gas decreases.
(A) weight
(B) temperature
(C) mass
(D) volume