ASSET A QUESTION A DAY-CLASS V

19/2/19

Subject:MATHS

Rajdeep subtracted a 2-digit number from 545. Which of these COULD be the answer that he obtained?

A

89

B

323

C

465

D

543

18/2/19

Subject:ENGLISH

Which sentence has a GRAMMAR MISTAKE?

A

My mother told me to put the book back in it's place.

B

Tennis has lost its charm for me since Steffi Graf retired.

C

My neighbour's dog tries to catch its own tail all day long.

D

It's Sunday tomorrow so I will watch my favourite cartoons.

CORRECT ANSWER:A

16/2/19

Subject:SOCIAL SCIENCE
Observe this map of ancient civilizations that existed about 3000 to 5000 years ago. You can see that ancient civilizations settled down near large rivers.
What could be a possible reason for this?
A
It was easier to find other regions to trade with.
B
It was easier to find fresh water and fertile land.
C
It was easier to construct roads near large rivers.
D
It was easier to find more gold near large rivers.

CORRECT ANSWER:B

15/2/19

Subject: SCIENCE

At which of these times would a plant be making its own food?

A
9:00 AM
B
3:00 AM
C
8:00 PM
D
At all times of the day and night.

Correct Answer: A

14/2/19

Subject: MATHS

Rama bought 250 g of carrots for Rs. 8. What is the price of 1 kg of carrots?

A
Rs. 2
B
Rs. 12
C
Rs. 16
D
Rs. 32

Correct Answer: D

13/2/19

Subject:SCIENCE
Shyam took out a bottle of cold water from the fridge, wiped it dry and left it on the table. A few minutes later he found water droplets on the outside of the bottle. Which process leads to the formation of the droplets.
A
Precipitation
B
Evaporation
C
Condensation
D
Filtration

CORRECT ANSWER:C

12/2/19

Subject:MATHS

Vidya arranged some triangular tiles to make the shape shown below. 

No tiles overlap each other. Which of these could be the number of tiles she used?

A

1

B

2

C

3

D

(It is not possible to join triangular tiles to make the shape.)

CORRECT ANSWER:C

11/2/19

Subject:ENGLISH

Which of the following spellings is CORRECT?

A

believe

B

recieve

C

neice

D

sieze

CORRECT ANSWER:A

9/2/19

Subject:SOCIAL SCIENCE

Look at the squares marked out. What are these vehicle drivers indicating? 

A

They are going to stop.

B

They are going to turn left.

C

They are going to slow down.

D

They are going to overtake another vehicle.

CORRECT ANSWER:B

8/2/19

Subject:SCIENCE

From where do fish in the sea get oxygen to breathe?

A

Fish do not need oxygen to breathe.

B

Fish get oxygen from the sea weeds.

C

Fish breathe the oxygen dissolved in water.

D

Fish come up to the surface of the water to breathe.

Correct Answer: C

7/2/19

Subject:MATHS

340 × 703 is the same as

A

34 × 7030.

B

34 × 7300.

C

304 × 730.

D

34 × 73 × 100.

CORRECT ANSWER:A

6/2/19

Subject:SCIENCE

When we inhale, we breathe in air into the lungs.
What do we breathe out when we exhale?

A

only oxygen gas

B

only carbon dioxide gas

C

air that has more oxygen than inhaled air

D

air that has more carbon dioxide than inhaled air

CORRECT ANSWER:D

5/2/19

Subject:MATHS

Look at the two balances below. 

- 4 identical cubes balance a packet of milk as shown in figure 1.
- 2 of the 4 cubes balance the weight of 1 kg as shown in figure 2.
1 kg weights like the one on the left pan in figure 2 above are used to balance the milk packet.
Which of the following will be true?

A

 

B

 

C

 

D

CORRECT ANSWER:B

4/2/19

Subject:ENGLISH

Which of these words are OPPOSITE in MEANING to each other?

A

drop and fall

B

sharp and fine

C

dived and jumped

D

spoil and mend

CORRECT ANSWER:D

2/2/19

Subject:SOCIAL SCIENCE
Which of these cause harm to marine animals if you throw them into the sea?
A
mud
B
pebbles
C
plastic bags
D
banana peels

1/2/19

Subject:SCIENCE

The mirror in the bathroom often clouds up while having a hot-water bath. Which of these explains this observation correctly? 

A
The carbon dioxide in our breath cools on touching the surface of the mirror.
B
The oxygen in the atmosphere cools on touching the surface of the mirror.
C
The water from the shower falls on the surface of the mirror.
D
Water vapour from the shower cools on touching the surface of the mirror.

Correct Answer: D

CORRECT ANSWER:B

31/1/19

Subject:MATHS

Giri had 53 stamps. He pasted them in an album. Each row in the album can contain at the most 9 stamps. He made as many rows of 9 stamps as possible. 
How many stamps will be left with him?

A

5

B

8

C

9

D

44

30/1/19

Subject:SCIENCE

In many parts of the world, the source of water is far away from the homes of people. A lot of time and energy gets used to transport water for household use. 
Shown here is an image of a boy transporting water to his house. He is using an invention called a 'Q-drum'. It is made of plastic and can hold 50 litres of water.

In the image below you can see what a 'Q-drum' looks like inside.

What makes it easier to transport water in a 'Q-drum' than in a pot that is carried on the head?

A

its size

B

its shape

C

its weight

D

its colour

Correct Answer: B

29/1/19

Subject:MATHS

 stands for a digit LESS THAN 5. Which of these numbers is the largest?

A

600

B

999

C

678

D

695

CORRECT ANSWER:B

28/1/19

Subject:ENGLISH

Which of these words BEST describes a pet dog, which wags its tail at anyone it sees?

A

funny

B

honest

C

friendly

D

faithful

CORRECT ANSWER:C

26/1/19

Subject:SOCIAL SCIENCE

In which city of India would you find these monuments?

A

Delhi

B

Mumbai

C

Chennai

D

Bangalore

CORRECT ANSWER:B

25/1/19

Subject:SCIENCE

Here is a picture of a baby crocodile hatching from its egg.

From where does the baby crocodile get food while it is growing inside the egg?

A

A baby crocodile does not need food.

B

The mother feeds the baby crocodile with milk.

C

The egg has food stored for the baby crocodile.

D

The baby crocodile can make its own food.

Correct Answer: C

24/1/19

Subject:MATHS

Farhan and Peter, both had a bar of chocolate each.
Farhan ate {frac(1/4)} of his bar of chocolate. Peter ate {frac(1/2)} of his bar of chocolate.

But they both ate the same amount of chocolate as shown above. When is this possible?

A

when both the bars of chocolate are of the same size

B

when Farhan's bar of chocolate is larger than that of Peter's

C

when Farhan's bar of chocolate is smaller than that of Peter's

D

(This is not possible.)

Correct Answer: B

23/1/19

Subject:SCIENCE

In the food chains shown below, each arrow points from the food to the consumer.

Which of these could be a grasshopper?

A

P

B

Q

C

R

D

S

CORRECT ANSWER:D

22/1/19

Subject:MATHS

7 × 37 = 37 + 37 + 37 + 37 + 37 + 37 + 37
What should be added to 7 × 37 to get 9 × 37?
(Note: You need not calculate the answers of 7 × 37 and 9 × 37.)

A

2

B

7 × 9

C

2 × 37

D

7 × 37

CORRECT ANSWER:C

21/1/19

Subject:ENGLISH

Some words are listed below. Which word will appear fourth in the list, if the words are arranged in alphabetical order?

A

climb

B

clung

C

cloud

D

clever

CORRECT ANSWER:C

19/1/19

Subject:SOCIAL SCIENCE
Before the invention of paper and metal money, humans needed a form of currency that could be easily transported and lasted for long periods of time.
Which of the following could have been used as money because it lasts the LONGEST and is easy to transport?
A
fruit
B
cattle
C
seashells
D
foodgrains

18/1/19

Subject:SCIENCE

Shown below is an example of a leaf insect. It looks like a leaf and is also green in colour. 

What advantage would the insect have in looking like this?

A
It can stay cool in hot and sunny weather.
B
It can hide in plants from insect-eating animals.
C
It can make its own food like plants with its green colour.
D
It can use water taken up from the soil by the roots of plants.

Correct Answer: B

17/1/19

Subject:MATHS

Look at the pattern of shapes shown below.

Which of these are the next two shapes in this pattern?

A

 

B

 

C

 

D

CORRECT ANSWER:A

16/1/19

Subject:SCIENCE

The traffic department wants to decide whether they should put up a signal at a crossroad or not. Which of these would be the BEST way to decide this?

A

check if the crossroad nearest to it has a signal or not

B

ask the people crossing the road whether they need a signal or not

C

find out if there are footpaths on the roads near the crossroad or not

D

observe the vehicle traffic in all directions at the crossroad for a few days

CORRECT ANSWER:D

15/1/19

Subject:MATHS

A teacher wrote a number on the blackboard.

- Vidya subtracted 50 from this number.
- Urmila subtracted 30 from this number.
- Waheeda subtracted 25 from this number and again subtracted 15 from the answer she got.

All three of them called out their FINAL answers. Who called out the SMALLEST number?
(Note: None of them made mistakes in the subtractions.)

A

Vidya

B

Urmila

C

Waheeda

D

(We cannot say without knowing what number the teacher wrote on the blackboard.)

CORRECT ANSWER:A

14/1/19

Subject:ENGLISH

Which of the following sentences HAS a SPELLING MISTAKE?

A

Meghna changed the month on the calender from May to June.

B

The Guru was very pleased with the devotion of his young disciples.

C

Seven days make a week and 365 days make one year or twelve months.

D

The school tour schedule was so tight that we hardly got any time for shopping.

CORRECT ANSWER:A

12/1/19

Subject:SOCIAL SCIENCE
Which government official is the head of the office that makes decisions related to the issues shown in this poster?

A
Governor
B
Chief Justice
C
Chief Minister
D
Municipal Commissioner

CORRECT ANSWER:D

11/1/19

Subject:SCIENCE

The chart below tells us about different ice creams sold in a school canteen during one week in March.

Which of these can we say based on this chart?

A
During summer, ice cream is good for the health of children.
B
Children like strawberry more than other ice cream flavours.
C
Vanilla ice cream has the best taste of all.
D
Many children eat an ice cream everyday.

Correct Answer: B

10/1/19

Subject:MATHS

Anjana has Rs 20.50 in her piggy bank, all in 50 paise coins. How many coins are there in Anjana's piggy bank?

A

11

B

21

C

41

D

104

CORRECT ANSWER:C

9/1/19

Subject:SCIENCE

There are many public buildings, like hospitals, malls and some office buildings, which are at a raised level. 

In such buildings, to reach the higher level from the ground level, there are stairs AS WELL AS a sloping path.

The sloping path is called a ramp.



What could the use of a ramp be? 

A

to give more support to the building

B

to sweep water out if the floor is washed

C

to allow easy movement of heavy objects on wheels

D

to stand in line when there is a big crowd of people

CORRECT ANSWER:C

8/1/19

Subject:MATHS

What fraction of the square below is shaded?

A

{frac(1/4)}

B

{frac(1/3)}

C

{frac(1/2)}

D

1

CORRECT ANSWER:A

7/1/19

Subject:ENGLISH

Which option PUNCTUATES the sentence given below CORRECTLY?
nisha said to me do you want me to drop you home

A

Nisha said to me, ''do you want me to drop you home.''

B

Nisha said to me, ''Do you want me to drop you home?''

C

Nisha said to me ''do you want me to drop you home?''

D

Nisha said to me ''Do you want me to drop you home.''

CORRECT ANSWER:B

5/1/19

Subject:SOCIAL SCIENCE

At which of these public places would it be MOST dangerous to be careless with lit matches?

A

 

B

 

C

 

D

CORRECT ANSWER:C

4/1/19

Subject:SCIENCE

On a visit to a farm Pranoti and her friends saw plants with bunches of brown underground pods being dug out of the soil.

They found they could open the pods and eat what they contained!
Here are some of the things they said about what they had eaten.
Who is CORRECT?

A

Pam: They are seeds because new plants can grow from them.

B

Pratibha: They are roots because they are brown in colour.

C

Puja: They are roots because they grow underground.

D

Pranoti: They are seeds because they can be eaten.

Correct Answer: A

3/1/19

Subject:MATHS

In which figure are one half of the dots black?

A

 

B

 

C

 

D

2/1/19

Subject:ENGLISH

''It is April! I am surprised that I don't see mangoes in the shops yet!'' says Chaitra's mother.
What could have made her say that?

A

It is the time of the year when mango trees produce fruit.

B

All types of fruits ripen only during this time of the year.

C

The government has ordered mangoes to be sold in April.

D

During April, we can eat mangoes without becoming sick.

Correct Answer: A

31/12/18

Subject:ENGLISH

The car in front of our scooter stopped ''abruptly''. Since we were not prepared for that, we banged hard into it!
The word ''abruptly'' as used in the sentence above, means ____________________________.

A

slowly, without hurry

B

suddenly, without warning

C

loudly, with a huge bang

D

quietly, in an unusual manner

30/12/18

Subject:SCIENCE

In which of the states you would find the people shown in the picture?

A

Kerala

B

Arunachal Pradesh

C

Gujarat

D

Punjab

Correct Answer: B

26/12/18

Subject:SCIENCE

You would know that water and oil don't mix with each other. When oil is poured in a glass filled with some water, it forms a layer on top as shown here. 


Corn syrup is another liquid that does not mix with water. Here is how the layers of water and corn syrup look when poured in the same glass.

Which of the following shows how the layers appear if all the three liquids are poured into a single container?

A

 

 

B

 

C

 

D

(cannot say based on the given information)

25/12/18

Subject:Maths

Nathan found a website that gives the number of hours left for the New Year 2012. This is what the website showed when Nathan saw it on 21st April 2011.

How many hours would the website show after 1 hour?

A

5999

B

6099

C

6101

D

6199

Correct Answer: B

24/12/18

Subject:ENGLISH

the - plastic - will - help - in - reducing - use - environment - the - of - protecting
Choose the option in which the SENTENCE is formed CORRECTLY.

A

The use of reducing plastic will help in the environment protection.

B

Reducing the use of plastic will help in protecting the environment.

C

Protecting the use of plastic will help in reducing the environment.

D

Protecting the environment will help in reducing the use of plastic.

Correct Answer: B

21/12/18

Subject:Maths

Ali is one of Adi's close friends in the school. Ali's father owns a chocolate factory. One day Adi visited the chocolate factory and saw a kind of fruit imported from South America. The fruit is grown throughout the tropics but is native to South and Central America. It is one of the main ingredients of chocolate. Which fruit could it be?

A

cherry

B

strawberry

C

cocoa

D

banana

Correct Answer: C

20/12/18

Subject:Maths

Viral bought a bottle of Tomato Ketchup on the 1st of May 2011. Shown below is part of the label on the bottle.

For how many MORE months can she use the ketchup, if she wants to finish it by the ''Best Before'' date?

A

15 months

B

12 months

C

11 months

D

9 months

19/12/18

Subject:SCIENCE

Riya bought a mixer-grinder. In the instruction manual she saw the following symbol.


What does it MOST likely mean?

A

Do not pull the plug by its cable!

B

Do not use the lower plug point!

C

Do not hold the plug after plugging in!

D

Do not plug in the mixer-grinder with wet hands!

CORRECT ANSWER:D

18/12/18

Subject:MATHS

Mihir has 8 chocolates. He gave {frac(3/4)} of his chocolates to his friends. How many chocolates did Mihir give his friends?

A

2

B

3

C

5

D

6

CORRECT ANSWER:D

17/12/18

Subject:ENGLISH

Which of these sentences has a spelling MISTAKE?

A

I am going to invite my friend for a party tomorrow.

B

The school library has very good story books in it.

C

We like to play with colours during the festival of Holi.

D

My uniform got caught on a lose nail in a chair in my class.

15/12/18

Subject:SOCIAL SCIENCE
In which of these cities do we find all these features: Hills, Lakes, Rivers and Sea?
A
Chennai
B
Mumbai
C
Kolkata
D
Delhi

COORECT ANSWER:B

14/12/18

Subject:SCIENCE
Revati has a sugar cube like the one shown here. She crushed it to make powdered sugar.

Which of the following will change when it is converted from a sugar cube to powdered sugar?
size, shape, weight, colour
A
only shape
B
only size and shape
C
only size, shape and weight
D
all - size, shape, weight and colour

CORRECT ANSWER:B

13/12/18

Subject:MATHS

How much is 1001 + 2020 + 3400 greater than 1 + 20 + 400?
(Note: You need not do the actual addition.) 

A

100 + 20 + 3

B

100 + 200 + 340

C

1001 + 2020 + 3400 

D

1000 + 2000 + 3000

CORRECT ANSWER:D

12/12/18

Subject:SCIENCE

Tara and Diana are playing a game. Diana has to find out what Tara is thinking about by asking questions. Tara can only answer 'yes' or 'no'.

Diana: Is it a solid?
Tara: YES
Diana: Can we see through it?
Tara: NO
Diana: Can it be seen in a completely dark room?
Tara: NO
Diana: Can we see our image clearly on it's surface?
Tara: YES

Which of the following is MOST likely what Tara is thinking about?

A

clear water

B

spectacles

C

candle

D

mirror

CORRECT ANSWER:D

11/12/18

Subject:MATHS

The minute hand of the clock is at 2 and the hour hand of the clock is between 8 and 9.
What could be the time shown by the clock?

A

2:08

B

2:40

C

8:02

D

8:10

CORRECT ANSWER:D

10/12/18

Subject:ENGLISH

Choose the OPPOSITE of the underlined word to complete the sentence given below correctly.
The room was very dark so I raised the curtain to pin it up on the top but Nihal came in and __________ it again.

A

reduced

B

lowered

C

felled

D

decreased

Correct Answer:B

8/12/18

Subject:SOCIAL SCIENCE
These tall towers of a famous American monument were destroyed by a terrorist attack in September 2001. 
Identify them.
A
White House
B
Chrysler Building
C
World Trade Center
D
Empire State Building

CORRECT ANSWER:C

7/12/18

Subject:SCIENCE

Some animals see colours differently from us. A deer cannot make out the difference between orange and green. Which of the following animals, surrounded by grass in a forest, will the deer find difficult to spot because of this?

A
a tiger
B
a zebra
C
an eagle
D
an elephant

Correct Answer: A

6/12/18

Subject:MATHS

One table can seat 6 people. Which of the following will give you the number of tables required to seat 108 people?

A

adding 6 to 108

B

subtracting 6 from 108

C

multiplying 108 by 6

D

dividing 108 by 6

CORRECT ANSWER:D

5/12/18

Subject:SCIENCE

This is what the land in Jamshed's village looks like. 

Which of the following could be the reason why there are such cracks on the ground?

A

The land has been ploughed.

B

There has been very little rainfall.

C

A strong wind has blown over the land.

D

Plants have been pulled out from the soil.

CORRECT ANSWER:B

4/12/18

Subject:MATHS

The solid shown here is a cone. It has one curved face and one flat face.

Which of these solids also has both a curved face and a flat face?

A

 

B

 

C

 

D

 

CORRECT ANSWER:D

3/12/18

Subject:ENGLISH

Which letter can join the word 'ear' to make a new word having two different meanings?

A

n

B

t

C

h

D

f

1/12/18

Subject:SOCIAL SCIENCE

Which of these events in human history happened earliest?

A

the rule of the Maratha King Shivaji

B

the building of Taj Mahal by Shah Jahan

C

the sinking of the luxury ship, the Titanic

D

the defeat of Porus by Alexander the Great

CORRECT ANSWER:D

30/11/18

Subject:SCIENCE

Milind is making buttermilk by adding water and salt to curds. He has added more salt by mistake. Which of the following can he do to make it taste less salty?
1. add more water
2. filter it using a strainer
3. cool it by keeping it in the fridge

A

only 1

B

only 2

C

only 1 and 3

D

any of them

Correct Answer: A

29/11/18

Subject:MATHS

The number of students in Vidyamandir School when rounded to the nearest hundred is 3200. Which of these COULD be the number of students in Vidyamandir School?

A

3000

B

3145

C

3182

D

3255

CORRECT ANSWER:C

28/11/18

Subject:SCIENCE

Some plants in Ketan's garden have been attacked by chewing insects. They have caused a change in those plants. Which of the following is most likely to have occurred due to such an insect attack?

A

 

B

 

C

 

D

 

CORRECT ANSWER:A

27/11/18

Subject:Maths

Look at the snow man below.

How many squares can be found in the snow man?

A

2

B

3

C

5

D

6

CORRECT ANSWER:A

26/11/18

Subject:English

Which sentence is correct?

A

The Kuala Lumpur is a city in Malaysia.

B

Kuala Lumpur is a city in the Malaysia.

C

The Kuala Lumpur is a city in the Malaysia.

D

Kuala Lumpur is a city in Malaysia.

24/11/18

Subject:Social Science
In the national anthem 'Punjab…Sindhu…Gujarata… Maratha…Dravida… Utkala… Banga', which of the following is the name of a river also?
A
Utkala
B
Sindhu
C
Dravida
D
Banga

Correct Answer:B

23/11/18

Subject: Science

Here is a description of an insect.

- It does not have wings.
- Its head is as wide as its body.
- It doesn't have a tail.

Which of the following could be the insect described above?

A
B
C
D

Correct Answer: C

22/11/18

Subject:Maths

What number should come in the blank below to make the number sentence true?

6 × 9 + ___ × 9 = 8 × 9

A
2
B
3
C
7
D
8

Correct Answer: A

21/11/18

Subject:Science

Some animals produce a very large number of young ones (more than fifty) at a time.

Which of the following produces a very LARGE number of young ones at a time?

A
fox
B
frog
C
crow
D
monkey

Correct Answer: B

20/11/18

Subject:Maths

504 x 890 is the same as

A
540 x 809.
B
540 x 890.
C
5040 × 89.
D
54 x 89 x 100.

Correct Answer: C

19/11/18

Subject:English

Identify the option with the CORRECT spelling to complete the sentence given below.
The policeman locked up the two thieves in ___________ rooms.

A

saprate

B

seprate

C

seperate

D

separate

Correct Answer:D

17/11/18

Subject:Social Science
The famous personalities shown here are together known for their contribution to India's 


A
industrial development
B
freedom struggle
C
promotion of musical heritage
D
green revolution

CORRECT ANSWER:B

16/11/18

Subject:Science

The picture given here shows part of a skating track inside a campus. Children who are roller-skating come from both directions as shown by the arrows. Children coming in opposite directions often bang into each other at some point(s) because they are not able to see through the thick bushes and trees on either side of the path. 


At which point(s) is this MOST likely to happen?

A
only Q
B
only R
C
only P and Q
D
only P and R

Correct Answer: D

15/11/18

Subject:Maths

The following block is made of small cubes.

How many small cubes is it made of?
(Note: The back side of the block looks exactly the same as the front side.)

A

14

B

15

C

18

D

21

14/11/18

Subject:English

A jigsaw puzzle is a puzzle that has pieces of different shapes, that can fit into each other. An example of a 4-piece jigsaw puzzle is shown here.


Vidya bought a 4-piece jigsaw puzzle, which when put together would show an image of a tennis ball (shown here).



After putting some of the pieces together she realized that one of the pieces was cut incorrectly and therefore would not fit in the puzzle. Which of the following is likely to be that piece?

A

 

 

B

 

C

 

 

D

Correct Answer:D

13/11/18

Subject:English

Bingo Airways gives a reduced price for passengers belonging to certain age groups. Here are the ages of some passengers who got a reduced price, and some passengers who did not.



Which of these could be the age group to which the airways offers the reduced price?

A

between 6 and 60

B

between 12 and 55

C

less than 6 and greater than 60

D

less than 12 and greater than 55

Correct Answer:D

12/11/18

Subject:English

In which of these words is the sound of ''a'' the same as in the word 'arm'?

A

ball

B

calm

C

male

D

plane

CORRECT ANSWER:B

Bingo Airways gives a reduced price for passengers belonging to certain age groups. Here are the ages of some passengers who got a reduced price, and some passengers who did not.



Which of these could be the age group to which the airways offers the reduced price?

A

between 6 and 60

B

between 12 and 55

C

less than 6 and greater than 60

D

less than 12 and greater than 55

 

10/11/18

Subject:Social Science

Shown here is the name board of a train. Going by its name, which of the following stations does it MOST LIKELY connect?

A

Agra and Delhi

B

Mumbai and Pune

C

Guwahati and Shillong

D

Chandigarh and Dehradun

9/11/18

Subject:Science

The image given here shows a plant when it starts to grow.

Under normal conditions, which of the following will be the NEXT to develop as the plant continues to grow?

A

seeds and stem

B

stem and leaves

C

fruits and flowers

D

flowers and seeds

Correct Answer: B

8/11/18

Subject:Maths

Which of these lengths is the SHORTEST?

A

4 m

B

450 cm

C

3 m 90 cm

D

3 m 100 cm

Correct Answer: C

7/11/18

Subject:Science

This photograph was taken in India. The shadow of the tree is falling towards the west.



At what time was this photo most likely taken?

A

6:30 AM

B

11:30 AM

C

5:30 PM

D

7:30 PM

Correct Answer: A

6/11/18

Subject:Maths
Mansi weighs 3 different balls using a balance as shown below.

Which ball is the LIGHTEST?
A
Ball P
B
Ball Q
C
Ball R
D
(We can't say for sure.)

5/11/18

Subject:Maths

Which word BEST COMPLETES the sentence given below?


Our teacher had told us how difficult it was to get to the Peacock Island by boat. She had said that it was even more difficult to spend the night there because it was dark and scary. So we made it our ______________________ to row a boat there and stay the entire night alone.

A
view
B
prize
C
goal
D
style

Correct Answer: C

3/11/18

Subject:Social Science

Eight perfect jewels (states with hill covers)…the lonely majesty of Kanchenjunga…the haunting hills of Khasis…the silver waters of the Lohit (Brahamputra River)…the delicate orchids of Bhalukpong…

To which region of India do the above statements apply?

A
Western India
B
Northeastern India
C
Southern India
D
Northern India

Correct Answer: B

2/11/18

Subject:Maths

Imran took an ice cube. It takes up space and has some weight. He allows it to melt and form water. 
Which of the following can be said about this water?

A
It also takes up space and has some weight.
B
It takes up space but does not have weight.
C
It does not take up space but has some weight.
D
It neither takes up space nor does it have weight.

Correct Answer: A

1/11/18

Subject:Maths

Farhan is playing a shooting game. His total score after some turns is 237. This is shown using some cards as given below.

In his next turn, he gets a score of 60. What should he do to show his new score?

A
replace 3 with 6
B
replace 3 with 9
C
replace 3 with 6 and 7 with 0
D
replace 3 with 9 and 7 with 0

Correct Answer: B

31/10/18

Subject:Science

A sieve has a net which allows substances of only certain size to pass through its holes.

The sieve shown here allows red beads to pass through it. It does not allow green and blue beads to pass through it as the holes in the sieve are smaller than those beads.
















Which of the following sieve(s) can be used to SEPARATE red and green beads FROM the blue beads?


30/10/18

Subject:Maths
The following chart shows how many students in a class like a particular colour. It does not give the number of students who like a colour.

Which table below shows the same information giving the number of students?
A
B
C
D

CORRECT ANSWER:B

29/10/18

Subject:English

Which of these sentences has a spelling MISTAKE?

A
I am going to invite my friend for a party tomorrow.
B
The school library has very good story books in it.
C
We like to play with colours during the festival of Holi.
D
My uniform got caught on a lose nail in a chair in my class.

Correct Answer: D

26/10/18

Subject:Social science

Emperor Asoka, Mahatma Gandhi and Nelson Mandela all strongly believe(d) in

A
non-violence
B
democracy
C
Buddhism
D
Industrialization

Correct Answer: A

25/10/18

Subject:Maths

Almaas has a bottle which can hold 8 ml medicine in it when completely full. It is {frac(3/4)} full. How much medicine is there in the bottle?

A

2 ml

B

3 ml

C

6 ml

D

8 ml

24/10/18

Subject:Science

Some parts of the human body are found in pairs and some only single. Which of the following is found only SINGLE in our body?

A

lung

B

liver

C

knee

D

elbow

Correct Answer: B

23/10/18

Subject:Maths

Faizal set up an arch of balloons in front of his house on his birthday. 

There are about 40 balloons in the part marked. How many balloons could Faizal have used to make the whole arch?
(Note: You need not count the balloons. Roughly guess the number of balloons.)

A

40

B

80

C

130

D

200

CORRECT ANSWER:C

22/10/18

Subject:English

Choose the correct option to complete this question?
Can you ______ me what time I should meet you tomorrow?

A

give

B

call

C

tell

D

say

CORRECT ANSWER:C

20/10/18

Subject:Social Science

Shown here are four well-known buildings. 
Which of these buildings would be the OLDEST?

A

 

B

 

C

 

D

 

CORRECT ANSWER:B

19/10/18

Subject:Science

It seems that your body is not getting enough proteins which are required for the growing body of a young boy of your age. What do you think you should incorporate in your diet?

A

nuts and seeds

B

fruits and leafy vegetables

C

rice and wheat

D

oil and butter

CORRECT ANSWER:A

18/10/18

Subject:Maths

Rajat has a summer vacation of 40 days. The vacation starts on 28th May. When will his school reopen?

A

7th June

B

28th June

C

7th July

D

28th July

CORRECT ANSWER:C

17/10/18

Subject:Science

Which of the following is the instrument shown here likely to measure?

A

temperature of a room

B

level of water in a tank

C

how fast a car is moving

D

pressure of air in a car tyre

CORRECT ANSWER:A

16/10/18

Subject:Maths

25 × 200 × 4 = 100 × ________

Which of these should come in the blank above to make the number sentence true?

A

25 × 4

B

25 × 2 × 4

C

25 × 100 × 4

D

25 × 400 × 4

CORRECT ANSWER:B

15/10/18

Subject:English

Which of these BEST answers the question:

What happened today?

A

The chain snapped.

B

I will watch a movie.

C

We are making a scrap book.

D

They laugh at me always.

13/10/18

Subject:Social Studies

The picture shown here is a museum display about the wildlife of a particular continent. Which continent could it be? 

A

Australia

B

North America

C

Africa

D

South America

CORRECT ANSWER:C

12/10/18

Subject:Science

Shown here is a photograph taken by a person in a jungle. The elephant and the girl are walking from the left to the right.



If the girl walks slower than the elephant, how would the photograph appear if taken after a few seconds?

A

 

B

 

C

 

D

CORRECT ANSWER:C

11/10/18

Subject:Maths

Benazir keeps a 4 cm long nail along a scale and covers a part of it with a piece of paper. 
At which point will the tip of the nail be?

A

A

B

B

C

C

D

D

CORRECT ANSWER:B

10/10/18

Subject:Science

I have big ears.
- I eat only plants.
- I make my house by digging burrows in the ground.



Who am I?

A

a fox

B