ASSET A QUESTION A DAY-CLASS VI

22/02/24

Subject: MATHS
One step of the flow chart below is missing:

If you had started with 20 in the first box, the ending number would have been 6. What is the missing step (indicated by '?' in the chart)?
A
'+ 10'
B
'− 10'
C
'+ 2'
D
'− 2'

21/02/24

Subject: SCIENCE
A few food chains of an eco-system are given below.

1. Crickets eat grass
2. Birds eat seeds and crickets
3. Mice eat grain and crickets
4. Snakes eat mice
5. Hawks eat snakes, mice and birds

Which of the following could 'X' represent in the food web?
A
Crickets
B
Snakes
C
Mice
D
Birds

Correct Answer: C

20/02/24

Subject: MATHS
Which number sentence can be used to find the number of MINUTES in 3 seconds?
A
1⁄60 × 1⁄60 × 1⁄60
B
60 × 3
C
1⁄60 + 3
D
1⁄60 × 3

Correct Answer: D

19/02/24

Subject: ENGLISH
Choose the word with the CORRECT spelling.
A
mumured
B
murmured
C
murmurred
D
murmered

Correct Answer: B

18/02/24

Subject: MATHS
Sanitation has always been a worry during the monsoons. This is when we find that diseases are rampant as the number of people falling sick grows each day. The word "rampant" MEANS __________________________.
A
spreading in an uncontrolled way
B
resulting in other unrelated problems
C
unsafe and causing a lot of problems
D
undiscovered and difficult to detect easily

17/02/24

Subject: SOCIAL STUDIES
Which of the following organisations is responsible for the care of ancient monuments?
A
Geological Survey of India
B
Survey of India
C
Archaeological Survey of India
D
Anthropological Survey of India

15/02/24

Subject: MATHS
Charishma listed all the factors of her age and her brother listed all the factors of his. They found that the numbers 1, 2 and 3 were there in BOTH lists.

What could be their ages (in years)?
A
9 and 12
B
10 and 12
C
12 and 16
D
18 and 12

14/02/24

Subject: SCIENCE
Against which of these diseases is the child probably being protected?

A
Diarrhoea
B
Malaria
C
Polio
D
Common cold

13/02/24

Subject: MATHS
The piece below is 1 tenth of a chocolate bar.


Then, 1 hundredth of the chocolate bar would be equal to
A
a piece that is 1⁄10th of the one above
B
a piece that is 1⁄100th of the one above
C
10 pieces like the one above
D
100 pieces like the one above

11/02/24

Subject: ENGLISH
Sanitation has always been a worry during the monsoons. This is when we find that diseases are rampant as the number of people falling sick grows each day.

The word "rampant" MEANS __________________________.
A
spreading in an uncontrolled way
B
resulting in other unrelated problems
C
unsafe and causing a lot of problems
D
undiscovered and difficult to detect easily

07/02/24

Subject: SCIENCE
An experiment is being conducted with 3 students of class 6 who are all blindfolded. Some onions, apples and cucumber are grated and given to each student who has to hold his/her nose closed and eat them.

What could be the purpose of the experiment? To determine if:
A
smell plays any role in identifying taste.
B
foods can be distinguished based on smell.
C
foods can be distinguished based on appearance.
D
sight, smell and taste play any role in digestion

06/02/24

Subject: MATHS
Abdul is playing a game on the computer where he has to fit together pieces to complete a rectangle. He has just one more piece to fit in the rectangle shown below.



Which of the pieces below should he choose to complete his rectangle?
A
B
C
D

Correct Answer: D

05/02/24

Subject: ENGLISH
Choose the best word to fill in the blanks in the sentence below.

Paddy and wheat are usually grown in __________.
A
fields
B
feeleds
C
feilds
D
felds

04/02/24

Subject: ENGLISH
Sanitation has always been a worry during the monsoons. This is when we find that diseases are rampant as the number of people falling sick grows each day. The word "rampant" MEANS __________________________.
A
spreading in an uncontrolled way
B
resulting in other unrelated problems
C
unsafe and causing a lot of problems
D
undiscovered and difficult to detect easily

01/02/24

Subject: MATHS
Rani, Anita, Jassi and Zoya are each given a piece of wire of the same length. They bend the wires into different shapes as shown:



For each shape, all the sides are EQUAL in length. Whose shape would have the longest sides?
A
Rani's
B
Anita's
C
Jassi's
D
Zoya's

31/01/24

Subject: SCIENCE
Which of the following glass types would be BEST suited for making windscreens of vehicles?



A
A
B
B
C
C
D
D

30/01/24

Subject: MATHS
Which jar is exactly two-thirds full?
A
B
C
D

29/01/24

Subject: ENGLISH
Choose the correct option to complete the given sentence correctly.

__________ are good for health.
A
Tomatos
B
Tomatose
C
Tomotoes
D
Tomatoes

Correct Answer: D

27/01/24

Subject: SOCIAL STUDIES
Which of these factors contributes towards the food habits of the people of West Bengal?
A
Bengal's extensive black soil which is rich in production of groundnut, spices and sugarcane.
B
Bengal's rivers, ponds and lakes which teem with many varieties of fresh-water fish.
C
Bengal's desert condition which is suitable for camel rearing producing camel milk.
D
Bengal's Eastern Ghats hill range which is a major source of a wild fruits and roots.

Correct Answer: B

26/01/24

Subject: SCIENCE
Some water is being heated in a beaker. At some point, a few ice cubes were added to the water. The graph below shows the change in the temperature of the water in the beaker at different times. At which point were the ice cubes added?

A
A
B
B
C
C
D
D

Correct Answer : B

25/01/24

Subject: MATHS
The pattern below follows a certain rule.

100, 110, 130, 160, 200, 250, ? , -----

The 7th number in the pattern can be obtained by adding
A
50 to 250
B
60 to 250
C
100 to 250
D
250 to 200

Correct Answer: B

23/01/24

Subject: MATHS
4998 ÷ 100 is nearly equal to
A
10
B
50
C
400
D
500

22/01/24

Subject: ENGLISH
Which set of words is in the correct alphabetical order?
A
B
C
D

Correct Answer: A

20/01/24

Subject: SOCIAL STUDIES
Man has used products from plants and animals throughout history. Which of these refers to a product or usage got from ANIMALS?
A
a person living in a house made of bamboo
B
a priest blowing a conch shell in a temple
C
a boy eating roti and rice for lunch
D
a historian studying a manuscript on a palm leaf

Correct Answer: B

19/01/24

Subject: SCIENCE
The similarity between the engine of a plane and a rocket is that both burn oxygen with fuel and expel it with high velocity in the direction opposite to which motion is desired.
Where do they get their oxygen?

A
A
B
B
C
C
D
D

Correct Answer: C

18/01/24

Subject: MATHS
If 9 + ϖ + Δ =15 + 9, which pair of numbers can ϖ and Δ stand for?

A
5 and 3
B
15 and 9
C
1 and 5
D
7 and 8

Correct Answer: D

17/01/24

Subject: SCIENCE
Suresh is growing two plants, placed as shown here in two identical cardboard boxes.



What is he probably trying to test?
A
Is plant growth affected by the direction of light?
B
How much light do plants need in order to grow?
C
Is plant growth affected by gravity?
D
Do plants grow better in a garden or in a container?

Correct Answer: A

16/01/24

Subject: MATHS
Malik's clock gains time - at present it is 10 minutes ahead of the actual time. This is what it is showing now:



What is the actual time?
A
7:45
B
8:05
C
8:45
D
12:05

15/01/24

Subject: ENGLISH
Which of the following notices says 'You must not go in'?
A
B
C
D

Correct Answer: A

13/01/24

Subject: SOCIAL STUDIES
He was a great diplomat of ancient India and a key political advisor of emperor Chandragupta Maurya. The main diplomatic area of New Delhi has been named after him. Who is this famous personality of Indian history?

A
Harshavardhan
B
Chanakya
C
Bimbisara
D
Ajatasatru

12/01/24

Subject: SCIENCE
The same brick is put on a scale in three different ways:


What will the scale show?
A
1 will show the greatest weight
B
2 will show the greatest weight
C
3 will show the greatest weight
D
All will show the same weight

Correct Answer: D

11/01/24

Subject: MATHS
How many zeroes will the following product end with?

50 × 25 × 4 × 999 × 2
A
one
B
two
C
four
D
five

Correct Answer: C

10/01/24

Subject: SCIENCE
The pictures below show four identical burning candles. Each is covered by a glass container of a different size. Which candle flame will be the last to go out?
A
B
C
D
All will go out at the same time

Correct Answer: B

09/01/24

Subject: MATHS
You have to make a 3-digit number using the number cards below:

The number you form will DEFINITELY be
A
prime
B
composite
C
odd
D
even

Correct Answer: B

08/01/24

Subject: ENGLISH
Which suffix can change the word 'visual' into a word denoting an action?
A
-ate
B
-ion
C
-fy
D
-ise

Correct Answer: D

06/01/24

Subject: SOCIAL STUDIES
The festival shown below is 'The Rathayatra of Lord Jagannath'. In which of the following states is it celebrated?



A
Maharashtra
B
Punjab
C
Goa
D
Orissa

05/01/24

Subject: SCIENCE
Useful waste can be categorised as:

1: Bio-degradable waste: Waste that decomposes naturally and quite easily
2: Recyclable waste: Waste that can be reused after changing its form
3: Reusable waste: Waste that can be used again without changing its form

Which of the following can come under ALL the three categories mentioned above?
A
used syringes
B
vegetable waste
C
glass bottles
D
papers

04/01/24

Subject: MATHS
Which of the following is the same as 0.25?
A
25 tenths
B
1⁄25
C
0.025
D
25⁄100

Correct Answer: C

03/01/24

Subject: ENGLISH
Which of the words given below would appear THIRD if arranged alphabetically?

lung
lure
luck
luggage
lump
A
lung
B
luck
C
lump
D
lure

30/12/23

Subject: SOCIAL STUDIES
Which of the following places is situated in a DESERT region?
A
Mumbai
B
Kolkata
C
Ladakh
D
Lucknow

29/12/23

Subject: SCIENCE
If the diameter of the Earth had been 1 mm, the diameter of Uranus would have been 4.1 mm.



Which of the following would BEST represent Uranus if the size of Earth is as shown above?

A
B
C
D

28/12/23

Subject: MATHS
Which of these insects is the smallest? (Check the measurements given)

(NOTE: Figures are NOT to scale)

A
B
C
D

27/12/23

Subject: SCIENCE
If a drop of water is put into a beaker of oil, what will happen?
A
The water drop will float on the top.
B
The water drop will settle in the middle of the oil.
C
The water drop will sink.
D
The water drop will initially sink and then float.

26/12/23

Subject: MATHS
Which of the following is likely to have a mass of about 100 g?
A
a mobile phone
B
a watermelon
C
a new born baby
D
a pencil

25/12/23

Subject: ENGLISH
Choose the correct way in which this sentence can be rewritten.

Sharmila said, ''I am not going to school today.''
A
Sharmila said that ''she was not going to school that day.''
B
Sharmila said that she was not going, to school, on that day.
C
Sharmila said that she was not going to school that day.
D
Sharmila said that, she was not going to school, that day.

23/12/23

Subject: SOCIAL STUDIES
Which of these capital cities of modern India stands where the capital city of the Mauryan empire stood?
A
Bangalore
B
Shimla
C
Patna
D
Jaipur

22/12/23

Subject: SCIENCE
Which of these physical properties of a wire made of pure copper will NOT change if a small piece is cut off from it?
A
its mass
B
its volume
C
its size
D
its density

21/12/23

Subject: MATHS
Which of the following shapes has NO corners?
A
B
C
D

20/12/23

Subject: SCIENCE
Which one of the following food chains is present in the food web shown here?

A
Mice eat birds and crickets
B
Hawks eat snakes, mice and birds
C
Snakes eat mice, crickets and birds
D
Birds eat crickets, grass and mice

19/12/23

Subject: MATHS
Maria's roll number in an exam is Forty two thousand and twenty six. How should she fill this number in the boxes given on the exam paper if no box is to remain empty?

A
B
C
D

18/12/23

Subject: ENGLISH
Choose the sentence with the correct punctuation.
A
Anita said that she enjoyed reading alice in wonderland.
B
Anita said that ''she enjoyed reading, 'Alice in Wonderland'.''
C
Anita said that she, enjoyed Reading 'Alice in Wonderland'.
D
Anita said that she enjoyed reading 'Alice in Wonderland'.

16/12/23

Subject: SOCIAL STUDIES
One of the major cricket playing countries is an island in the Indian Ocean. Tea and fish are its main exports and Buddhism is its leading religion. Because of its scenic beauty early explorers referred to it as the 'Pearl of the Indian Ocean'. Which is this country?
A
Maldives
B
West Indies
C
Singapore
D
Sri Lanka

15/12/23

Subject: SCIENCE
The pictures show a light bulb connected to a battery. The bulb(s) in which arrangement will light?


A
All will light
B
Only P and R will light
C
Only P will light
D
EITHER P or R will light

14/12/23

Subject: MATHS
A network of roads in a city leading to the City Centre is shown here.


How many possible paths can a person at point Q follow to reach the City Centre such that he is always going towards it and never away from it?
A
2
B
3
C
4
D
5

13/12/23

Subject: SCIENCE
A network of roads in a city leading to the City Centre is shown here.


How many possible paths can a person at point Q follow to reach the City Centre such that he is always going towards it and never away from it?
A
Thorns
B
Moon
C
Clouds
D
Watch

13/12/23

Subject: SCIENCE
Two identical iron spheres, X and Y were dropped onto a pit of soft sand as shown below. The iron sphere X made a deeper hole in the sand. Which of these could be the reason?



A
Sphere X was bigger and heavier than sphere Y
B
Sphere X had more stored energy than sphere Y
C
The force of gravity on sphere X was more than on sphere Y
D
The sand beneath sphere X was softer than beneath sphere Y

12/12/23

Subject: MATHS
Subha wants to tie a ribbon around this gift box exactly as shown with a bow on top.



If she needs 25 cm of ribbon to make the bow, what is the total length of ribbon she will need?
A
1 m 50 cm
B
2 m 5 cm
C
2 m 20 cm
D
2 m 45 cm

05/12/23

Subject: MATHS


Which of the pieces when joined to the above piece will complete the square?
A
B
C
D

04/12/23

Subject: ENGLISH
Which of these rewrite the given sentence correctly?
This book belongs to me.
A
This is my book.
B
This book is for I.
C
This book is mines.
D
This is mine book.

02/12/23

Subject: SOCIAL STUDIES
The person shown in the picture below is native to which of the following states?

A
Jammu and Kashmir
B
Tamil Nadu
C
Rajasthan
D
West Bengal

01/12/23

Subject: SCIENCE
The figure here shows a burglar alarm which uses infra-red light to help
detect a burglar. Which of these correctly describes how?

A
A beam of bright light across the poles makes the burglar visible.
B
An invisible beam will be blocked from reaching the other end.
C
Any person walking between the poles would get an electric shock.
D
The beam creates a force field that cannot be crossed at all.

30/12/23

Subject: MATHS
Look at this room tariff card of Palace Hotel:



Mr. and Mrs. Ratnam checked into this hotel at 7:00 PM on 12th April with their two daughters aged 4 years and 12 years. They booked a Deluxe AC double room with an extra bed. What will be the bill for their stay (before taxes) if they check out on the morning of 14th April?
A
Rs. 2200
B
Rs. 2390
C
Rs. 2590
D
Rs. 3885

28/12/23

Subject: MATHS
What is the length of the line shown next to the ruler?



A
2.4 units
B
3 units
C
3.4 units
D
3.6 units

27/12/23

Subject: ENGLISH
Which of these statements can replace the one given below?
Birds of a feather flock together.
A
People who are together always fight with each other.
B
People with the same likes become friendly and work well.
C
People who have collected the same feathers stay together.
D
Only people who stay in a flock become friendly with each other.

25/12/23

Subject: SOCIAL STUDIES
Which of the following states has a PORT?
A
Chhatisgarh
B
Bihar
C
Goa
D
Rajasthan

24/12/23

Subject: SCIENCE
Due to which property of LPG are we asked to close the valve of the gas cylinder, in the kitchen of our homes?
A
It is inflammable.
B
It is a liquid.
C
It has a bad smell.
D
It is a mixture.

23/12/23

Subject: MATHS
A square and a rectangle are shown below.



If the two figures have the same perimeter, what is the length of the rectangle?
A
5 cm
B
15 cm
C
20 cm
D
25 cm

22/12/23

Subject: SCIENCE
Greg Chappell, the new Indian cricket coach, wanted to find out which type of surface has the best rebound bounce. For this, what should he NOT keep the same?



A
the drop height
B
the type of ball
C
the type of surface
D
the measuring scale

21/11/23

Subject: MATHS
Renu bought the following material to make some cards for the school exhibition.



Renu used this material to make 25 cards. If she managed to sell all except 4 of them at the exhibition for Rs. 10 each, how much profit did she make?
A
Rs. 210
B
Rs. 87
C
Rs. 62
D
Rs. 47

20/11/23

Subject: ENGLISH
Identify the word, which is a term in geometry, formed by rearranging the letters in the word 'glean.'
A
angel
B
angle
C
lange
D
aengl

Correct Answer: B

19/11/23

Subject: SCIENCE
Which of the following students' surname is linked with a dynasty of Ancient India?
A
Shuvam Roy
B
Rajesh Gupta
C
Sangeeta Mishra
D
Subhalakshmi Iyer

17/11/23

Subject: SCIENCE
These trees need a lot of moisture and they normally grow up to a height of about 50 to 60 feet. The crown of deep green foliage is broad at the base but tapers to the top. Identify the habitat that these trees grow in.



A
Deserts
B
Coastal areas
C
Grasslands
D
Mountains

15/11/23

Subject: SCIENCE
When light falls on a body, three things can happen to it. Light can be reflected, absorbed or transmitted. If almost all the light that falls on an object is transmitted then the object is likely to be a/an _______________.
A
small mirror
B
card board piece
C
piece of glass
D
oil paper

14/11/23

Subject: MATHS
A number that has 2 and 37 as factors must be an
A
even composite number
B
odd composite number
C
odd prime number
D
even prime number

Correct Answer: A

12/11/23

Subject: ENGLISH
Choose the best word to fill in the blanks in the sentence below.

Mummy says that it is cold outside so I should wear warm ________.
A
cloth
B
clothes
C
cloths
D
clots

Correct Answer: B

11/11/23

Subject: SOCIAL STUDIES
Which of these pictures was an important symbol in India's freedom struggle?
A
B
C
D

Correct Answer: C

10/11/23

Subject: SCIENCE
Four students are standing around a bucket of very hot water.

Each student holds one end of a rod. The rods are identical in shape and size, but made of different materials - aluminium, plastic, wood and rubber. The students place the other end of the rod at the same time in the hot water. The student who will feel the heat first will be the one holding _______________.
A
the aluminium rod
B
the plastic rod
C
the wooden rod
D
the rubber rod

Correct Answer: A

09/11/23

Subject: MATHS
Starting on Sunday, each day Sania cycled twice as far as the day before for a whole week. If she cycled 3⁄4 km on Sunday, on which day did she first cycle over 15 km?
A
Wednesday
B
Thursday
C
Friday
D
Saturday

Correct Answer: C

08/11/23

Subject: SCIENCE
Melting of ice to form water is called a reversible change because_______________.
A
water can dissolve almost everything
B
ice can be formed again by freezing water
C
water vapour can be formed by heating water
D
it is a chemical change

Correct Answer: B

07/11/23

Subject: MATHS

If the two bags shown above weigh the same, which of the following would ALSO weigh the same?
A
3 cubes, 2 balls
B
5 cubes, 3 balls
C
12 cubes, 9 balls
D
10 cubes, 8 balls

Correct Answer: C

06/11/23

Subject: ENGLISH
Which of the following notices means the sentence below?

You must not go in.
A
B
C
D

Correct Answer: A

04/11/23

Subject: SOCIAL STUDIES
Which of these pictures of the river Ganga shows the origin of the river?
A
B
C
D

Correct Answer: C

03/11/23

Subject: SCIENCE
The density of water is 1g/cc. Mercury is denser and kerosene is less dense than water. None of the liquids mix with each other. What will a jar that has 20 ml of water, 10 ml of mercury and 30 ml of kerosene look like?
A
B
C
D

Correct Answer: A

02/11/23

Subject: MATHS
Which of these figures has a right angle?
A
B
C
D

Correct Answer: D

01/11/23

Subject: SCIENCE
Which of the following statements about the human heart is TRUE?
A
Veins are blue in colour because they carry deoxygenated blood.
B
Transfer of oxygen and carbon dioxide to the blood happens in the heart.
C
The muscles of the heart do not have any blood carrying vessels.
D
The heart's role is to pump blood to the lungs and other parts of the body.

Correct Answer: D

31/10/23

Subject: MATHS
Look at this series of numbers:

376, 184, 88, 40, 16, 4.

How is each number in this series generated?
A
by dividing the previous number by 4.
B
by subtracting 192 from the previous number.
C
by halving the previous number and then subtracting 4
D
by adding 4 to the previous number and then dividing by 5.

Correct Answer: D

30/10/23

Subject: ENGLISH
Which among the list of words given below is DIFFERENT from the rest?

A
huge
B
terrifying
C
gigantic
D
enormous

Correct Answer: B

28/10/23

Subject: SOCIAL STUDIES
One of the objectives of the Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) is to check the safety standards of commercial products and cancel licenses of products not meeting necessary their norms.
The ISI mark is usually found on products that have been approved by the Bureau of Indian Standards. On which of the following products is ISI mark likely to be found?
A
post card
B
helmet
C
notebook
D
earthen pot

Correct Answer: B

27/10/23

Subject: SCIENCE
Light from a torch is shone onto a translucent plastic sheet and a table tennis bat as shown -


which of the following images will be seen on the screen?
A
B
C
D

Correct Answer: C

26/10/23

Subject: MATHS
What must be added to 5 hundredths to get 1?
A
0.5
B
0.05
C
0.09
D
0.95

Correct Answer: D

25/10/23

Subject: SCIENCE
What information does the PIN code on a letter give?
A
the house number of the person the letter is for
B
the town to which the letter is sent
C
the date on which the letter was posted
D
the time it will take for the letter to be delivered

Correct Answer: B

24/10/23

Subject: MATHS
About how much water is a regular sized home aquarium likely to hold when completely full?

A
3 litres
B
30 litres
C
30 kilolitres
D
300 millillitres

Correct Answer: B

23/10/23

Subject: ENGLISH
Choose the word that completes the sentence best.

My art teacher told me that I draw ___________.
A
fine
B
good
C
well
D
nice

Correct Answer: C

20/10/23

Subject: SCIENCE
Some soil was taken in a dish which was divided into 4 areas P, Q, R and S using a wire gauze. Areas P and Q were kept moist, while R and S were dry. Areas Q and S were kept dark.


Equal numbers of a soil animal were introduced in each of the four areas. It was possible for the animals to move from one area to another.
After some days it was found that all the animals were in area Q.
The same experiment was repeated 3 times and in all the cases, the animals had moved to area Q.
From this we can deduce that the animals prefer to live
A
in large groups
B
in dry and dark places
C
in moist and dark places
D
in moist and bright places

19/10/23

Subject: MATHS
3 parathas were cut into 8 equal pieces each and some of the pieces were eaten, leaving the pieces shown below.


The total number of parathas left is
A
2
B
2 and 1⁄2
C
2 and 3⁄8
D
11⁄8

Correct Answer: C

18/10/23

Subject: SCIENCE
The diagram given below shows how the world's energy supply has changed since 1850. Using the key, what valid conclusion can be reached?


A
Gas as a source of energy is not popular nowadays.
B
The total energy supply has remained the same since 1850.
C
Usage of coal initially increased and then decreased.
D
Nuclear energy is used more than oil today.

Correct Answer: C

17/10/23

Subject: MATHS
Unit cubes like the one on the left have been joined together to make solid S.


If two unit cubes can be stuck together ONLY by joining them face-to-face, AT LEAST how many unit cubes have been used to form solid S?
A
6
B
7
C
8
D
14

Correct Answer: C

16/10/23

Subject: ENGLISH
Choose the best answer to complete the sentence correctly.

__________ are good for health.
A
Tomatos
B
Tomatose
C
Tomotoes
D
Tomatoes

Correct Answer: D

14/10/23

Subject: SOCIAL STUDIES
Bangalore, the capital of Karnataka, is known as the 'Silicon Valley of India' because of ___________.
A
its scenic gardens.
B
its film industry.
C
its IT industries.
D
its fashion industry.

Correct Answer: C

13/10/23

Subject: SCIENCE
Kamini's store room has only one electric bulb and she finds it a little dark. She wants to fit an extra bulb. Her husband John suggests that he will instead fit more mirrors on the walls of the store room.
Will John's idea work?
A
Yes, though it will only feel brighter, the room will not actually become brighter.
B
Yes, the mirrors will reflect light actually making the room brighter.
C
No, without adding a light source, the room cannot be brightened.
D
No, due to the reflections of the other objects, the room will become less bright.

Correct Answer: B

12/10/23

Subject: MATHS
Which is the LARGEST 3-digit number that leaves a remainder 1 when divided by 3, 4 and 5?
A
999
B
961
C
181
D
61

Correct Answer: B

11/10/23

Subject: SCIENCE
P, Q and R are three living or non-living things in which the processes X, Y and Z are observed.
Process X: Gives out carbon dioxide
Process Y : Gives out carbon dioxide and a lot of heat and light
Process Z: Gives out oxygen

If among P, Q and R, at most one is non living, which one could it be?
A
P
B
Q
C
R
D
(None of them)

Correct Answer: A

10/10/23

Subject: MATHS
All three shapes below are made of equal unit squares. Which figure has the least area?

A
I
B
II
C
III
D
All have the same area.

Correct Answer: D

09/10/23

Subject: ENGLISH
What do you call a group of bananas?
A
a clutch of bananas
B
a group of bananas
C
a bunch of bananas
D
a clump of bananas

Correct Answer: C

07/10/23

Subject: SOCIAL STUDIES
Which of the following would Neolithic people do?
A
cultivate crops in their village
B
make iron tools in their village
C
build palaces out of stone
D
wander from place to place

Correct Answer: A

06/10/23

Subject: SCIENCE
Which of the positions shown represents WINTER in Sydney, Australia?



A
A
B
B
C
C
D
D

Correct Answer: B

05/10/23

Subject: MATHS


A
B
C
D

Correct Answer: C

04/10/23

Subject: SCIENCE
Late in August, a bird called the arctic tern starts its long journey from the Arctic to the Antarctica region. The birds return to the Arctic only in mid-June. Why do birds like the arctic tern migrate?
A
for food and warmth
B
to escape from predators
C
to move to cooler lands
D
to protect their young ones

Correct Answer: A

03/10/23

Subject: MATHS
Ritesh rounded a number to the nearest 10 and Malek rounded the same number to the nearest 100 but both got the same answer. Which of the following could be the number?
A
75
B
92
C
96
D
107

Correct Answer: C

02/10/23

Subject: ENGLISH
Which word rhymes best with 'fence'?
A
scents
B
cents
C
sense
D
friends

Correct Answer: C

30/09/23

Subject: SOCIAL STUDIES
Patna, the capital of Bihar, is a major Indian city. Owing to its location in the heartland of the great alluvial plains of river Ganga and its tributaries, Patna has also been a traditional centre of trade for _________
A
coconut.
B
tea.
C
cotton.
D
rice.

Correct Answer: D

29/09/23

Subject: SCIENCE
Kalpana set up the experiment shown below. She realised that when the car was released from the top of the plank, it travels a certain distance. She wanted to increase the distance that the car travelled after coming down the plank.


Which among the following would enable her to achieve her goal?
A
Increase the number of bricks being used.
B
Decrease the number of bricks being used.
C
Use a slightly longer slanted plank.
D
Use a slightly shorter slanted plank.

Correct Answer: A

28/09/23

Subject: MATHS
The difference between two numbers is 3452. If both the original numbers are halved and then subtracted, what can we say about the new difference?
A
It will be 1726.
B
It will be 3452.
C
It will be 7904.
D
It will depend on the numbers.

Correct Answer: A

27/09/23

Subject: SCIENCE
A blanket keeps us warm. The time a cube of ice will take to melt will ______ if it is wrapped in a piece of cloth from a blanket.
A
increase
B
decrease
C
stay unchanged
D
(depend on the size of the cube)

Correct Answer: A

26/09/23

Subject: MATHS
Which of the following figures is a polygon?
A
B
C
D

Correct Answer: D

25/09/23

Subject: ENGLISH
Which of these sentences has no mistake?
A
Does she know that the mehtas live in swastik society.
B
Does she know that the mehtas live in Swastik society
C
Does she know that the Mehtas live in Swastik Society?
D
Does she know that the Mehtas live in swastik society?

Correct Answer: C

23/09/23

Subject: ENGLISH
Sanitation has always been a worry during the monsoons. This is when we find that diseases are rampant as the number of people falling sick grows each day.

The word "rampant" MEANS __________________________.
A
spreading in an uncontrolled way
B
resulting in other unrelated problems
C
unsafe and causing a lot of problems
D
undiscovered and difficult to detect easily

22/09/23

Subject: SCIENCE
The Amul advertisement shown here, talks about a famous folk dance of India. The folk dance of which state is shown in the advertisement?


A
Rajasthan
B
Tamil Nadu
C
Maharashtra
D
Gujarat

21/09/23

Subject: MATHS
Which of the following is equal to 54 x 9?

(Hint: you do NOT need to calculate)
A
6 x 72
B
13 x 32
C
18 x 27
D
63 x 8

20/09/23

Subject: SCIENCE
Which of these houses would be best for a low lying area receiving heavy monsoon rains?

A
B
C
D

Correct Answer: B

19/09/23

Subject: MATHS
The floor of Ms. Tandon's kitchen is shown below:


What part of the floor is covered by patterned tiles?
A
1/2
B
1/3
C
3/7
D
4/7

Correct Answer: A

18/09/23

Subject: ENGLISH
Choose the word which relates best to the word 'snake'? (Look at 'fox' and 'fur' in the sentence below for a hint.)
Fox is to fur as snake is to ___________.
A
slimy
B
scales
C
skin
D
sting

Correct Answer: B

16/09/23

Subject: SOCIAL STUDIES
An industrialist wants to produce woollen garments and establish a meat processing unit for export in Himachal Pradesh. Which of the following animals would he have to breed for this?
A
rabbit
B
fox
C
buffalo
D
sheep

Correct Answer: D

15/09/23

Subject: SCIENCE
Water plants can be of different types as shown here.



Which of these is UNLIKELY to be a function of water plants?
A
They provide food to water animals.
B
They provide cover and protection to water animals.
C
They provide oxygen to water animals.
D
They provide carbon dioxide to water animals.

Correct Answer: D

14/09/23

Subject: MATHS
Mr. Narain wants to buy a house that costs Rs. 3330300 inclusive of the registration charges and taxes.
Which of these is true about the cost of this house?
A
It costs between 3 and 4 crores.
B
It costs about one-third of a crore.
C
It costs between 3 and 4 lakhs.
D
It costs between 30 and 40 million.

Correct Answer: B

13/09/23

Subject: SCIENCE
A large sheet of paper, a thick book and a heavy iron block are each dropped from a height of about 10 metres.

In what order will they reach the ground? (The book is taped, so it does not open while falling.)
A
The iron block, next the thick book, next the sheet of paper
B
The iron block and thick book together, then the sheet of paper.
C
The sheet of paper first, then the thick book, then the iron block.
D
The thick book, next the iron block, next the sheet of paper.

Correct Answer: B

12/09/23

Subject: MATHS
Simi has 4 red, 3 blue and 3 yellow blocks. The red blocks have R on them, the blue ones B and the yellow ones Y. She wants to make a tower with the blocks according to the following rules:


If Simi arranges ALL her blocks to make a tower according to these rules, what would the tower look like?
A
B
C
D

Correct Answer: D

11/09/23

Subject: ENGLISH
Choose the correct answer to suit this piece of conversation.

Why don't you take a break? Would you like to have _________ flavoured milk?
A
some
B
any
C
little
D
much

Correct Answer: A

10/09/23

Subject: SOCIAL STUDIES
Marwaris, a commercial and industrial community with origins in the region of Marwar in Rajasthan are said to have migrated to Bengal since the beginning of 17th century. What was the main cause of their migration?
A
to do business and trade
B
to enjoy the scenic beauty of Bengal
C
to fight in battles against the British government
D
to establish temples and spread their culture

Correct Answer: A

08/09/23

Subject: SCIENCE
Which force is responsible for the fact that a stone thrown with a catapult finally falls back on the ground?


A
the force exerted by our muscles
B
the force exerted by the stone
C
the force exerted by the earth
D
the force exerted by the catapult

Correct Answer: C

07/09/23

Subject: MATHS
Which 3 line segments would you erase to get exactly 3 squares (with no extra line segments)?

A
UV, VW and WZ
B
PU, UT and UV
C
UV, VW and SX
D
PU, PQ and SX

Correct Answer: D

06/09/23

Subject: SCIENCE
Neeta, Usha and Ganesh make lists as follows:
Neeta's list : Insects that have 4 stages in their life cycle
Usha's list : Insects that spread diseases
Ganesh's list : Animals that spread diseases through contaminated food and water .
Which of the following animals would be in all their lists?
A
Rats
B
Mosquito
C
Housefly
D
(No animal can be in all the lists.)

Correct Answer: C

05/09/23

Subject: MATHS
Mrinalini's grandfather gives her three choices for collecting pocket money every TEN WEEKS :

Choice 1 :Starting with Re. 1 in the first week, take double the previous week's amount the next week (up to the tenth week).
Choice 2: Starting from the first week, take Rs.150 every alternate week.
Choice 3:Take Rs. 700 once every ten weeks.
Which choice will give Mrinalini the greatest amount?
A
Choice 1
B
Choice 2
C
Choice 3
D
All choices give equal amounts

Corrrect Answer: A

04/09/23

Subject: ENGLISH
Choose the answer that expresses the meaning of the underlined word as it is used in the sentence.

The team needed another point to tie the game.
A
make the same score
B
fasten
C
put on a necktie
D
win

Correct Answer: A

03/09/23

Subject: SOCIAL STUDIES
Study the historical route shown in the map below. It is associated with

A
the expedition of Emperor Ashoka to Kalinga.
B
the salt satyagraha carried out by Mahatma Gandhi.
C
Lord Krishna's travel from Mathura to Dwaraka in Gujarat.
D
the Buddha's travel for preaching Buddhism.

Correct Answer: B

01/09/23

Subject: SCIENCE
The figure given alongside gives the approximate break up of the waste from a household. If paper and cardboard, glass, metals and plastics can be recycled and the others cannot,



Which graph BEST represents this waste distribution?
A
A
B
B
C
C
D
D

31/08/23

Subject: MATHS
Which of the following products is closest to 30000?
A
1500 x 200
B
1500 x 25
C
998 x 25
D
998 x 31
Correct Answer: D

31/08/23

Subject: MATHS
Which of the following products is closest to 30000?
A
1500 x 200
B
1500 x 25
C
998 x 25
D
998 x 31

Correct Answer: D

30/08/23

Subject: SCIENCE
The graph below shows the numbers of a species of fish in a small pond.



What kind of animal has been added at point X?
A
one that eats the fish
B
one that eats what the fish eat
C
one that the fishes eat
D
the same species of fish

Correct Answer: C

29/08/23

Subject: MATHS
It is estimated that many adults consume about 28.8 g (about 12 teaspoons) of sodium everyday. This quantity is twelve times the amount that is recommended for a healthy heart. According to this, what is the recommended quantity of sodium per day for a healthy heart?
A
1 g
B
2.4 g
C
12 g
D
16.8 g

Correct Answer: B

28/08/23

Subject: ENGLISH
Choose the option that completes the sentence given below correctly.

People suffering from chicken pox, typhoid, fever and dysentery are all _______________.
A
paitents
B
patience
C
pateints
D
patients

Correct Answer: D

26/08/23

Subject: SOCIAL STUDIES
The image shown here is related to the Indus Valley City of Harappa. Which of these is TRUE with relation to the the image shown here?



A
It shows the activity at Harappa during its excavation.
B
Its an artist's conception of life in ancient Harappa.
C
It is the scene of Harappa after it was excavated.
D
It is a tourist resort built like ancient Harappa.

Correct Answer: B

25/08/23

Subject: SCIENCE
Rani wants to find out whether the temperature of water makes any difference to the rate at which salt dissolves. She has planned 6 set ups P, Q, R, S, T and U.


Which TWO set ups above should she use?
A
P and R
B
Q and S
C
P and T
D
S and U

Correct Answer: C

24/08/23

Subject: MATHS
Nina, Upen, Varun and Geet earn equal monthly salaries.

Who saves the greatest amount every month?
A
Nina
B
Upen
C
Varun
D
Geet

Correct Answer: B

23/08/23

Subject: SCIENCE
Three identical containers P, Q and R are taken, and kept - one on the terrace of a tall building; another on the terrace of a shorter building; and the third in an open space. After a rain, which one will have the highest level of water, assuming no overflow and no obstructions near the containers?
A
P
B
Q
C
R
D
All three will have the same level

Correct Answer: D

22/08/23

Subject: MATHS
Which of the following is a prime number?
A
19 x 2 x 3
B
1 x 29
C
21 x 1
D
13 x 17

Correct Answer: B

21/08/23

Subject: ENGLISH
Choose the BEST answer for the question:

When do you write to your friends?
A
'I don't know.'
B
'I write to my friends at home.'
C
'I write to my friends whenever I have the time.'
D
'I don't like to do it.'

Correct Answer: C

19/08/23

Subject: SOCIAL STUDIES
Which of these posters is meant to promote tourism in India?
A
B
C
D

Correct Answer: D

18/08/23

Subject: SCIENCE
Four friends want to see who among them can throw a Frisbee (flying disc) the farthest. Each of them gives a testing method which they feel would be a fair test.

Sruti: ''Each one of us should throw the same Frisbee.''
Krupa:''Each of us can throw different Frisbees but it should of the same size and shape.''
Padma:''Each of us can throw different Frisbees but it should look the same.''
Nivedita:''Each of us can throw different Frisbees but it should have the same weight.''
Whose is the BEST method to have a fair test?
A
Sruti
B
Krupa
C
Padma
D
Nivedita

Correct Answer: A

17/08/23

Subject: MATHS
A triangular frame of wire shown below was straightened and cut into 4 equal pieces. Each piece was then bent to form a square frame.



What is the side of each square frame thus formed?
A
2.5 cm
B
2.5 cm
C
5 cm
D
10 cm

Correct Answer: A

16/08/23

Subject: SCIENCE
To find out if the rainfall in his town contains pollutants, which of these should Lokesh collect and study?
A
one sample of rain water on a rainy day
B