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Organisation : Department Of State Educational Research And Training
Exam : State Level NMMS Examination
Paper: Scholastic Aptitude Test
Document Type : Model/Sample Question Paper
Year : 2014

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## NMMS Scholastic Aptitude Test Model Question Paper :

Physics :
1. A body travels from ‘A’ to ‘B’ at 40 ms–1 and from ‘B’ to ‘A’ at 60 ms–1. Then its average velocity is
1) 50 ms1
2) 48 ms1

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3) 0 ms1
4) – 2 ms1

2. If the velocity of a body starts to decrease then the body is in
1) retardation
2) acceleration
3) displacement
4) speed

3. Calculate the Kinetic energy of a bullet of mass 2.2 gm moving with a velocity 500 ms–1.
1) 0.275 J
2) 2.750 J
3) 27.50 J
4) 275.0 J

4. A body does a work ‘80 J’ in ‘4’ seconds, then the power of the body is
1) 10 W
2) 20 W
3) 30 W
4) 40 W

5. Which of the following waves give series of compression and rarefaction in a medium ?
1) Light waves
2) Sound waves
3) Radio waves
4) Electromagnetic waves

6. Colour of light having minimum angle of deviation is
1) Violet
2) Yellow
3) Red
4) Blue

7. When light travels from vacuum to water, which of the following characteristics of light will remain unchanged ?
1) Velocity
2) Amplitude
3) Frequency
4) Wavelength

8. In the figure, an object is kept between ‘C’ and ‘F’, then image of the object is formed
1) in front of ‘F’
2) at ‘F’
3) at ‘C’
4) beyond ‘C’

9. In the figure, the distance between points ‘A’ and ‘C’ is
1) 1
2) 2
3) 3
4) 4

10. Television Stations use
1) high frequency waves only
2) low frequency waves only
3) both high and low frequency waves
4) neither high nor low frequency waves

11. Photocell converts light energy into
1) chemical energy
2) mechanical energy
3) thermal energy
4) electrical energy

12. Expansion of the word SIM is
1) Subscriber Index Module
2) Subscriber Input Module
3) Subscriber International Module
4) Subscriber Include Module

Chemistry :
13. The deflection of anode rays in an electric field when compared to cathode rays is
1) little
2) very little
3) more
4) large

14. This is the first milestone in explaining the inner structure ofmatter is
1) Dalton’s theory
2) J.J. Thomson’s experiment
3) Bohr’s experiment
4) Rutherford’s experiment

15. Heavier the gas in the discharge tube
1) more the deflection
2) lower the deflection
3) no deflection
4) larger the deflection

16. In a neutral atom
1) The number of electrons outside nucleus is equal to number of positively charged particles in the nucleus
2) The number of electrons outside nucleus is not equal to number of positively charged particles in the nucleus
3) The number of electrons outside nucleus is equal to number of neutral particles in the nucleus
4) The number of electrons outside nucleus is equal to sum of neutral particles and positively charged particles in the nucleus

17. The statement which represent the postulate of Bohr model is
1) Electrons in each shell have been associated with definite amount of energy
2) The energy of an electron does not remain constant as long as it revolves in its own shell
3) An atom is indivisible
4) An atom can neither be created nor be destroyed

18. The Relative molecular mass of HCl is
1) 35.45
2) 53.45
3) 36.46
4) 53.54

19. Gram molecular mass of CCl4 is :
1) 150.0
2) 154.0
3) 151.0
4) 155.0

20. The gas liberated when concentrated HCl is added to manganese dioxide and heated
1) Oxygen
2) Nitrogen
3) Hydrogen
4) Chlorine

21. The following set of elements are arranged in the decreasing order of their reactivity :
1) Na, K, C, Cu
2) Na, K, Cu, C
3) K, Na, C, Cu
4) K, Na, Cu, C

Biology :
1. Beta carotene and Folic acid are called provitamins because they
1) Facilitate biochemical reactions in our body
2) Keep the bowel movement smooth
3) Get converted into vitamins
4) Facilitate the proper functioning of prostrate gland

2. Haldane called sea water a ‘hot dilute soup’ because it consists of
1) complex organic molecules
2) simpler organic molecules
3) complex inorganic molecules
4) simpler inorganic molecules

3. Since man’s Fore limbs are shorter than hind limbs they are include under
1) class mammalia
2) order primates
3) family hominidae
4) phylum chordata

4. The pigment present in the part of the plant that are not exposed to sun light is
1) carotene
2) chloroplast
3) chromoplast
4) leucoplast

5. The following statement is true regarding Bacteria
1) The genetic material is RNA
2) The locomotory organ is pseudopodia
3) Genetic material is not enclosed by a nuclear membrane
4) They do not have cell wall

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