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Top 50 general science mcqs repeated in iba, fpsc, ppsc, spsc, nts test ( G K questions and answers )

Top 50 general knowledge mcqs repeated in iba, fpsc, ppsc, spsc, nts test ( G K questions and answers ) 

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Q.No.1. A headache is not a pain of?

(a) Mind                         (b) Brain                             (c) skull                        (d) None of them

Q.No.2. How many teeth do adults have?

(a)   20                           (b) 26                                  (c)   32                           (d) 36

Q.No.3. External ear also called?

(a)   Pinna                     (b)   Cornea                       (c) Cochlea                    (d) None of them

Q.No.4. Asthma  is main disorder of?

(a)  Heart                        (b)   Lungs                       (c) Kidneys                   (d) Stomach

Q.No.5. Life cycle of butterfly is?

(a) Eggs- pupa- larva - adult                         (b) Eggs-larva-pupa-adult                       

(c)  Eggs- adult -larva-pupa                          (d) Eggs -pupa-adult- larva

Q.No.6. Frog eggs are also called?

(a)  Spawn                        (b)    Tadpole                     (c)   Froglet                (d) None of them

Q.No.7. Which are the major sources of quick energy for body?

(a) Proteins                         (b) Vitamins                      (c) fats                  (d) Carbohydrates

Q.No.8. Vitamin D prevents disease called?

(a) Ricket                         (b) Anaemia                          (c)   Asthma                (d) All of these

Q.No.9. What do Herbivores eat?

(a) Animals                     (b)      Plants                        (c)     A and B Both              (d) None of them

Q.No.10. Organisms that eat all the dead and waste products of producers and consumers are called?

(a) Consumers               (b) Producers                      (c) Decomposers               (d) None of them

Q.No.11.State of matter that has no fixed shape and fixed volume is called?

(a) Gas                    (b) Liquid                         (c) Solid                                  (d) None of them

Q.No.12.What is unit of energy?

(a) Newton                    (b) Joule                             (c) Kilogram                           (d) Decibel

Q.No.13. The freezing point of water at Fahrenheit scale is?

(a) 100 F                           (b)  37 F                           (c) 32 F                                   (d) 0 F

Q.No.14.? Which animals do not have ears?

(a) Snakes                       (b) Bats                            (c) Dogs                                  (d) Cats

Q.No.15. Materials through which electricity can pass are called?

(a) Conductors               (b) Insulators                 (c)  Both A and B                 (d) None of them

Q.No.16.Which is fundamental particles of atom?

(a) Electron                       (b) Proton                      (c) Neutron                         (d) All of these

Q.No.17. Which particles of atom are positively charged?

(a) Electron                       (b) Proton                      (c) Neutron                         (d) None of them

Q.No.18. Earth rotates from the?

(a) West to East               (b) East to West             (c) South to North            (d) South to North

Q.No.19. Rotation of earth causes?

(a) Seasons                        (b) Day & Night              (c) Both A & B                  (d) None of them

Q.No.20. The earth is tilted at an angle of?

(a) 26.5 degree                 (b) 25.5 degree              (c) 24.5 degree                (d) 23.5 degree

Q.No.21. Animals with backbone are called?

(a) Invertebrates              (b) Vertebrates              (c) Both A & B                  (d) None of them

Q.No.22. The body of fish is covered with?

(a) Hairs                              (b) Feathers                      (c) Scales                           (d) None of them

Q.No.23. Salamanders are example of? 

(a) Reptiles                         (b) Mammals                    (c) Amphibians                  (d) Fishes

Q.No.24. How many kinds of insects are there?

(a) 80000                          (b) 9000                              (c) 380000                          (d) 30000

 

Q.No.25. Common cold is caused by?

(a) Insect                         (b) Bacteria                         (c) Flu Virus                        (d) None of them

Q.No.26. Yeast is an example of?

(a) Algae                         (b) Bacteria                         (c) Flu Virus                        (d) Fungi

Q.No.27. Mini plant inside the seed is called?

(a) Embryo                   (b) Micropyle                       (c) Both A & B                  (d) None of them

Q.No.28. Which is main causes of ozone depletion?

(a) Soil pollution         (b) Water pollution                (c) Air pollution          (d) None of them

Q.No.29. What is melting point of ice?

(a) 0 Centigrade         (b) 37 Centigrade                   (c) 98 Centigrade           (d) 100 Centigrade

Q.No.30. Objects that do not allow light to travel through them are called?

(a) Transparent objects    (b) Translucent objects    (c) Opaque objects     (d) None of them

Q.No.31. Objects that allow light to travel through them are called?

(a) Transparent objects    (b) Translucent objects    (c) Opaque objects     (d) None of them

Q.No.32. _______________ occurs when moon is comes between earth and sun?

(a) Solar eclipse               (b) Lunar eclipse                 (c) Both A & B                  (d) None of them

Q.No.33. How many phases of moon are there?

(a) Five                              (b) Six                                      (c) Seven                             (d) Eight

Q.No.34. Electron was discovered by?

(a) James Chadwick     (b) J. J Thomas             (c) William Gilbert           (d) Ernest Rutherford 

Q.No.35. Who is father of magnet?

(a) James Chadwick     (b) J. J Thomas             (c) William Gilbert           (d) Ernest Rutherford 

Q.No.36. Neutron was discovered in?

(a) 1897                          (b) 1920                           (c) 1932                     (d)  1940

Q.No.37. Which is national space institution of Pakistan?

(a)  SUPARCO                       (b) UNICEF                      (c) UNO                  (d) NASA

Q.No.38. What is distance between sun and earth?

(a) 450 million km           (b) 350 million km        (c) 250 million km     (d) 150 million km

Q.No.39. What is age of sun?

(a) 4.5 billion years         (b) 5.5 billion years      (c) 6.5 billion years      (d) 7.5 billion years

Q.No.40. Closest planet to sun is Mercury. Smallest planet in solar system is?

(a) Jupiter                        (b) Venus                           (c) Mercury                    (d) Mars

Q.No.41. Which of the following planet is called red planet?

(a) Jupiter                        (b) Venus                           (c) Mercury                    (d) Mars

Q.No.42.Which of the following planet is brightest and hottest in solar system?

(a) Jupiter                        (b) Venus                           (c) Mercury                    (d) Mars

Q.No.43. Which part of cell controls all the chemical reactions of the cell?

(a) Chloroplast              (b) Nucleus                        (c) Mitochondria                  (d) Cytoplasm

Q.No.44. Power house of cell is called?

(a) Chloroplast              (b) Nucleus                        (c) Mitochondria                  (d) Cytoplasm

Q.No.45. Many chemical reactions occur in which area of?

(a) Chloroplast              (b) Nucleus                        (c) Mitochondria                  (d) Cytoplasm

Q.No.46. Chemical instructions are stored by?

(a) Chloroplast              (b) Chromosomes           (c) Mitochondria                  (d) Cytoplasm

Q.No.47. A group of cell doing the same function forms a?

(a) Organ                         (b) Tissue                         (c) System                               (d) None of them

Q.No.48. Which organs of human body purify the blood?

(a)  Stomach                  (b) Liver                           (c) Lungs                  (d) Kidneys

Q.No.49. Food factory of plants are referred to as?

(a) Stems                         (b) Roots                         (c) Leaves                (d) None of them

Q.No.50. How many moon does mars has?

(a)  Zero                        (b) One                             (c) Two                       (d) Three



Answers of all above 50 general science MCQs 

  1. (d) None of them
  2. (c)   32  
  3. (a)   Pinna      
  4. (b)   Lungs  
  5. (b) Eggs-larva-pupa-adult                       
  6. (a)  Spawn  
  7. (d) Carbohydrates
  8. (a) Ricket  
  9. (b) Plants                            
  10. (c) Decomposers   
  11. (a) Gas    
  12. (b) Joule               
  13. (c) 32 F                   
  14. (a) Snakes           
  15. (a) Conductors            
  16. (d) All of these
  17. (b) Proton 
  18. (a) West to East          
  19. (b) Day & Night         
  20. (d) 23.5 degree
  21. (b) Vertebrates            
  22. (c) Scales              
  23. (c) Amphibians     
  24. (c) 380000      
  25. (c) Flu Virus                 
  26. (d) Fungi
  27. (a) Embryo        
  28. (c) Air pollution   
  29. (a) 0 Centigrade        
  30. (c) Opaque objects    
  31. (a) Transparent objects    
  32. (a) Solar eclipse    
  33. (d) Eight
  34. (b) J. J Thomas   
  35. (c) William Gilbert  
  36. (c) 1932        
  37. (a)  SUPARCO   
  38. (d) 150 million km
  39. (a) 4.5 billion years       
  40. (c) Mercury     
  41. (d) Mars
  42. (b) Venus    
  43. (d) Cytoplasm
  44. (c) Mitochondria                  
  45. (d) Cytoplasm
  46. (b) Chromosomes     
  47. (b) Tissue   
  48. (c) Lungs         
  49. (c) Leaves                
  50. (c) Two      

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