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Organisation : Tamil Nadu TN DGE Directorate Of Government Examinations
Test : NTSE Exam – 2015 National Talent Search Exam
Document Type : Model Question Paper
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## TNDGE NTSE Exam Question Paper

In each of the following questions, the numbers/letters are arranged based on some pattern or principle. Choose the correct answer for the term marked by the symbol

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1. 0,3,9,19,30, ?
(1) 48
(2) 42
(3) 36
(4) 45

2. 2. 6,9,18,21,30,
(1) 38
(2) 33
(3) 36
(4) 39

Which one of the following pairs is different from other three Pairs ?
(1) BFJN : YUQM
(2) EIMQ: VRNJ
(3) GLQV : roJE
(4) KOSW : PLHD

According to the relevance of three elements in each question choose the sets of elements which exactly fit in one of the diagrams marked as (A), (B), (C), (D) and (E).

Crow : Pigeon: Bird
(1) (B)
(2) (c)
(3) (A)
(4) (E)

India : Earth : Jupiter
(1) (D)
(2) (A)
(3) (E)
(4) (B)

Music : Rhythm: Dance
(1) (D)
(2) (A)
(3) (B)
(4) (E)

Cells : Tissues : Organs
(1) (B)
(2) (A)
(3) (E)
(4) (D)

Television : Computer : Typewriter
(1) (C)
(2) (D)
(3) (A)
(4) (E)

If P stands for’ +’
Q stands for’ -‘
R stands for’ x’
S stands f61 ‘ +’, then
2P4Q6R8S1R3Q5P7 is :
(1)0
(2) -736
(3) – 150
(4) 2

Find the odd man out in the 64,71, 80, 91, 104,119,135, 155
(1) 71
(2) 80
(3) 119
(4) 135

Complete the series 0.5, 0.55, 0.65, 0.8,
(1) 0.85
(2) 0.9
(3) 0.95
(4) 1.0

A man starts from his house and goes 5 km towards north and turns right and goes 5 km. Again he goes 5 km to his left and turns ieft and goes 15 km further. Now, in which direction is he from his house ?
(1) North
(2) North-West
(3) East
(4) North-East

If POUND is coded as MLRKA’ how will ENGLISH be coded ?
(1) AKDJEPF
(2) BJDIFOE
(3) BKDIFPE
(4) BKDIDOE

If fifth day of a month is four days earlier than Wednesday, what day will it be on Twenty eighth daY of the month ?
(1) Sunday
(2) Monday
(3) Tuesday
(4) Wednesday

Find out the word that cannot be formed by using the letters in the word “ERYTHROBLAST”
(1) BLAST
(2) BLAME
(3) THEORY
(4) ROAST

From the four alternatives only one differs from the remaining three’ Identify it’
(1) Aries
(2) Virus
(3) Aquarius
(4) Pisces

Choose the correct answer for the term marked by the symbol (?) ‘ P3, ?,19, G12, D15
(1) K6
(2) M6
(3) M8
(4) L8

## Language Comprehensive Test

The phrase our work has scarcely begun implies that our work:
(1) has not yet begun
(2) has begun but not yet completed
(3) has only just begun
(4) has been half way through

According to the writer the main objective is to:
i) prevent scientists from participating in destructive activities
ii) abolish war
iii) stop scientific activities everywhere
iv) stop science from reflecting social forces

Select the meaning of the given phrases/ idioms.
To bury the hatchet’
(1) To dispute over small things
(2) To destroy
(3) To make up a quarrel
(4) To repair a costly furniture

To tum over a new leaf’
(1) To change one’s behavior for better
(3) To remain vigilant
(4) To become cautious from now

Once in a blue moon
(1) frequently
(2) on a New Moon day
(3) only once
(4) rarely

A snake in the grass
(1) a very Poisonous snake
(2) a secret agent
(3) an unrecognisable enemy
(4) not trust worthy

To be above board
(1) To have a good height
(2) To be honest in any deal
(3) To have no debts
(4) To be secretive in any deal

Choose the correct word to substitute the phrasal verb underlined
She could not put up with all his nonsense’
(1) tolerate
(2) accept
(3) wear
(4) allow

They decided to do away with the old system’
(1) remove
(2) repair
(3) Prepare
(4) reiect

Which one of the following sentences correct ?
(1) He is more lazy than stupid
(2) He is more lazier than stupid
(3) He is lazier than stupid
(4) He is laziest than stupid

(1) Let the window be opening
(2) Let the window be opened
(3) Let the window open
(4) Let the window opened

(1) She can speak Japanese, will she ?
(2) She can speak Japanese, won’t she ?
(3) She can speak Japanese, can she ?
(4) She can speak Japanese, can’t she ?

(1) I can be able to repair this machine
(2) I can repair this machine
(3) I am able to repairing this machine
(4) I can able to repair this machine

(1) Ruth didn’t tum up, nor did Anne
(2) Ruth didn’t turn up, Anne did nor’
(3) Ruth didn’t tum up did nor Anne
(4) Ruth didn’t tum up, Anne nor did