Entry Test of National University of Science and Technology(NUST)

Medical and Applied Bio sciences Sample Admission Test


Directions: For each question below you are given four choices. SELECT ANY ONE THAT IS MOST APPROPRIATE ANSWERALL ANSWER MUST BE GIVEN ON THE ANSWER SHEET.
1-A largest community primarily determined by climate is a
A)Ecosystem B)Biodiversity C)Biome D) Diversity

2.The molecules with high molecular weight such as starch and proteins are
A)Micromolecules B)Macromolecules C)Organic molecules D)Inorganic molecules

3.If a theory is continuously supported by experimental evidence it becomes a
A)Law B)Theory C) Hypotheses D)Scientific law

4.The most abundant compound in all organisms is
A) Protein B) Carbohydrate C)Water D)Lipid

5.The compound that has tow amino acid sub- units is called
A) Polypeptide B) Peptide C) Dipeptide D) None of these

6.The poisons, antibodies and anti-metabolites are examples of
A) Coenzymes B) Prosthetic groups C) Activators D)Inhibitors

7.The soluble part of the cytoplasm is called
A) Cytosol B) Suspension C) Collide D) True solution

8. The flattened vesicles in chloroplasts that arrange themselves to form Grana and intergrana are called
A)Thylakoids B) Grana C) Stroma D)Cisternae

9. The assembly and disassembly of the spindle structure during mitosis is the role of
A)Microtubules B) Microfilaments C) Intermediate filaments D)All these

10 Which of the following is considered self ? replicating organelle?
A) Ribosomes B) Lysosomes C)Mitochondria D)Leucoplasts

11 A Bacteriophages reproduces by using the metabolic machinery of bacteria cell, i, e chromosomes and
A)Mitochondria B) Cell membrane C) Ribosomes D) Golgi bodies

12 Cell wall is absent in one of the following bacteria.
A) Escherichia coli B) Mycoplasma C)Pseudomonas D)Spirochete

13 Bacteria lack
A) Mitosis B) Cell division C)Traditional sexual reproduction D)All these

14 Trypansoma is transmitted by the bite of infected
A) House fly B) Mosquito C) Tsetse fly D) All these

15-Fungal hyphae that are in the form of an elongated multinucleate large cell are called
A )Septate B) Aseptate
C) Coenocytic D) Multinucleate

16-An ascus is to ascomycetes as is a to basidiomycetes
A) Basidiospore B) Basidicarp
C) Basidium D) Haustorium

17-The loose smut of wheat is caused by
A) Puccinia B) Ustilago
C) Fusarium D) Morchella

18-A small outgrowth present on the upper isde of leaves of leaves of sporophylls near the base in selaginella is
A) Ligule B) Prophyll
C) Microphyll D)Megaphyll

19-When the frond is immature and young it is coiled. This pattern of development is called circinate

20-Double fertilization is characteristics of which of the following

21- A gelatinous layer present between the body wall layers of the sponges is
A)Mesenchyme B)Mesoderm
C)Mesogloea D)Mesenchyma

22- Which of the following is host for liver fluke?
A)Snail B)Sheep
C)Man D)All these

23- A group of ancient fish that modified their breathing system and developed lungs to adapt to terrestrial mode of life is
A)Pisces B)Dipnoi
C)Varanope D)Cotylsaurs
24. The group of mammal that form connecting link between reptiles an mammals is
A)Prototheria B)Metatheria C) Eutheria D)None

25-Which of the following chlorophylls is most abundant and takes part directly, in the light reaction of photosynthesis?
A) Chlorophylls a B) Chlorophylls b C) Chlorophylls c D) Bacteriochlorophyll

26-The process that uses membranes to couple redox reactions to ATP production is known as
A) Photosystem B) Z ? Scheme C) Chemosmosis D) Glycolysis

27-The products of light reactions ATP and NADPH are used in which of the following phases of Calvin cycle.
A) Carbon fixation B) Reduction
C) Regeneration of RuBP D) All these

28-Digestive system in man is associated with which of the following glands.
A) Salivary glands B) Liver
C) Pancreas D) All these

29-A blind sac that project from the large intestine between ileum and colon is
A) Caecum B) Jejunum
C) Rectum D) Appendix

30-The glycoiate produced during photorespiration enters
A) Mitochondria B) Ribosomes
C) Peroxisomes D) Glyoxysomes

31- The pulmonary disorder associated with breakdown of alveoli is referred to as
A) Cancer B) Tuberculosis
C) Asthma D) Emphysema

32-One of the following is considered to act as multisensory hydraulic valves and respond to environment stimuli.
A) Stomata B) Guard cells
C) Lenticels D) Hydathodes

33- In embryonic life blood cells are formed in the
A) Bone marrow B) Liver
C) Spleen D) Liver and spleen

34- One of the following phenomenon is responsible for the loss of liquid water through water secreting glands or Hydathodes
A) Bleeding B) Gutlation
C) Transportation D) Imbibition

35-Which of the following type of cells are produced by the spleen thymus tonsils and adenoids
A) Platelets B) Agraulocytes
C) Erythrocytes D) Lymphocytes

36 - The elimination of wasteful metabolites, mainly of the nitrogenous nature is called
A) Osmoregulation B) Excretion
C) Pyrexia D) Regulation strategies

37- The excretory structures in animal kingdom that are associated with digestive tract are
A) Nephridia B) Malpighian tubules
C) Flame cells D) Nephrons

38- Bats use one of the following for evaporative cooling in warm temperatures
A) Sweet B) Saliva
C) Urine D) Saliva and urine

39- Nutation is because of
A) Growth on opposite side of contact B) Alternate changes in growth
C) Loss of turgor in the cells of pulvinus D) Movement of K ions from the cells of pulvinus

40-Epinasty is because of
A) Auxins B) Gibberellins C) Abcissic acid D) Ethylene

Section -B

1.Spodumene is the mineral of
(a) Lithium
(b) Sodium
(c) Potassium
(d) None

2.Indicate the most viscous liquids the following.
(a) H2O
(b) CH3OH
(d) CH3OCH3

3.In which of the following processes nitrogen is reduced?
(a) NO2 NO3
(b) NO2 NO2
(c) NO2 NO3
(d) NH4+ N2

4.Which is not the mineral of Silicon

5.Substance that affects the rate of reaction but remains unaltered at the end of the reaction is called
(a) Catalyst
(b) Acid
(c) Base
(d) None of the above

6.If one mole of solute is dissolved in one liter of solution, the solution is called
(a)None of the
(b) One molal
(c) One molar
(d) One normal following

7.If one gram equivalent of a solute is dissolved in one liter of solution, the solution is called
(a) One normal
(b) One molal
(c) One molar
(d)None of the above

8.At constant temperature, volume of a given mass of a gas is inversely proportional to pressure exerted on it is called
(a) Coulombs Law
(b) Boyle?s Law
(c) General Gas Law
(d) Charles Law

9.Very small and very large quantities are expressed in terms of
(a) Significant igures (b) Logarithm (c) (d) Exponential notation these

10.The number of atoms or molecules whose concentration determine the rate of reaction is called
(a) Molecularity
(b) Rate of reaction
(c) Order of reaction
(d)None of the above

11.Electrolytes which ionize to a very small extent in a solution are called
(a) Neutral
(b) Weak electrolytes
(c) Strong electolytes
 d) None of the above

12.The change of concentration of reactants or products is called,
(a) Order of reaction (b) Rate of reaction (c) Molecularity (d) None of the above

13. Reactions which proceed in the forward direction and go to completion are called

(a) Irreversible (b) Equilibrium (c) Reversible (d) None of the reaction e) None of The above

14.The substance through which electricity cannot flow in molten state or solution form is called,
(a) Molecularity
(b) Conductor
(c) Electrolyte
(d) Non electrolyte

15.The law which states, ?The amount of heat evolved or absorbed in a process in the same whether the process takes place in one or several steps is called
(a)Newtons law
(b)First law of thermodynamics
(c)Hesss law
(d)Law of conservation of energy

16.The amount of solute dissolved in 100g of solvent to form saturated solution at a given temperature is called,
(a) Dissolution
(b) Solubility
(c) Solution
(d) None of the above

17.The theory which states that a molecule is a collection of positive nuclei surrounded by electrons distributed in bonding and antibonding molecular obrital of different energies is called,
(a) None of the following
(b) V.B theory
(c)VSEPR theory
(d) M.O. theory
18.When a weak electrolyte is dissolved in water only a small amount o molecules is
(a) Remains constant (b) Ionized
(c) Deionized
(d) Increases

19.The mixture whose constitutes are 50% hydrogen, 35% methane and 8% carbon mono-oxide is
(a) Coal gas
(b) Coultar
(c) Coke
(d) None of the above

20.In common ion effect the degree of ionization is suppressed by the addition of
(a) A compound
(b) Another electrolyte (c) An element
(d)None of the above
21.The reaction in which heat is absorbed from the surrounding to the system is called
(a) Endothermic reaction
(b) Fast reaction
(c) Slow reaction
(d)Exothermic reaction
22.The process in which solvent particles surround solute particles is called,
(a) Hydration
(b) Hydrolysis
(c) Saturation
(d) Salvation

23.If one mole of solute dissolved in one Kg of solvent, the solution is called
(a) One normal
(b) One molar
(c) One molar
(d) None of the above

24.Equilibrium involving reactants and products in more than one phase is called
(a) Heterogeneous
(b) Hemogenouss
(c) Dynamic
(d)None of the bove

26.A change in which chemical composition of a substance does not change is called
(a) Change in shape
(b) Physical change
(c) Chemical change
(d)None of the above

27.The process in which the electrolytes and molecules are split up into positively and negatively charge ions is called,
(a) Electrolysis
(b) Ionization
(d) None of the above

28.The average relative mass of one atom of an element compared with atomic mass of one atom of carbon taken as 12 is called
(a) Atomic mass
(b) Molecular mass
(c)Relative mass
(d) Gram-molecular mass

29.Symbolic representation of a molecule of substance is called:
(a) Symbol
(b) Formula
(c) Equation
(d)None of the above

30.A substance in which all atoms are chemically identical having same atomic number is called:
(a) Element
(b) Compound
(c) Matter
(d) Mixture

Section-3 PHYSICS:

Directions: For each question below you are given four choices. SELECT ANY ONE THAT IS MOST APPROPRIATE ANSWERALL ANSWER MUST BE GIVEN ON THE ANSWER SHEET.

1.Einstein explained the photo-electric effect making the following assumption as a basis that,
(a) The mass of the electrons increases (b) Light consists the photons or quanta
(c) The energy of light increases with (d) The photo-electrons are identical with atomic

2.An elevator initially accerlerates upward from rest and ascends with uniform speed. Time period of a simple pendulum in the elevator will, Increase and then Decrease and then
(a) Increase (b) Decrease
3.A simple arrangement by means of which e.m.f,s. are compared is known
(a) Voltmeter (b) Potentiometer (c) Ammeter (d) None of the above

4.The physics underlying the operation of a refrigerator most closely resembles the physics underlying,
(a)The freezing of (b) The melting of ice
(c) The evaporation of water (d) A heat engine water

5.Let a certain body of mass ?m? placed on a horizontal surface move down the inclined plane then downward component of weight is
(c).mg Tanθ

6.The plane faces of two identical plano convex lens, each having focal length 40 cm are pressed against each other to form a usual convex lens. The distance from this lens at which an object must be placed to obtain a real, inverted image with magnification one is.
(a) 40 cm
(b) 80 cm
(c) 20 cm
(d) 60 cm

7.The law which gives definition of force is
(a)Newtons law of gravitation
(b)Third law of motion
(c)Second law of motion
(d)First law of motion

8.Hygrometer is an instrument used for measuring
(a)The compression of water vapour with
(b)The amount of water vapour in the temperature atmosphere
(c)Specific gravity of air
(d)The density of air
9.An inertial frame of reference is one whose:
(a)Acceleration is zero
(b)Velocity is changing with time
(c)Acceleration is uniform
(d)Inertia is not zero
10.A moving car whose engine is switched off. comes to rest after some time due to:
(a) Inertia
(b) Its mass
(c) Friction
(d)Earths gravitation
11.When two bodies separate instantaneously after collision, the collision is said to be perfectly
(b)When to bodies separate instantaneously after collision, the collision is said to be perfectly inelastic

12.According to the second law of motion, acceleration is proportional to:
(a) Fores
(b) Time
(c) Mass
(d) Distance

14.When the object is placed at 2f of convex lens then the image formed behind the lens will be
A) At the focus B) At 2f C) Beyond 2f D) Between f and 2f

15. When the object is placed at principal focus of a convex lens then the image is formed at
A) Same distance B) Infinity C) Same side of lens d) Centre of curvature

Section -4 ENGLISH

Directions: For each question below you are given choices. SELECT ANY ONE THAT IS MOST APPROPRIATE ANSWER
Directions for Q 1 - 3
Each sentence below has one or two blanks, each blank indicating that something has been omitted. Beneath in sentence are five lettered words or sets of words. Choose the word or set of words that best fits the meaning of the sentence as a whole.
1.Miss Watson termed Hock?s behavior _____ because in her opinion noting could excuse his deliberate disregard of her commands.
A. devious

2.Either the surfing at Maui is______, or I went there on an off day.
E. Scenic

3.Your ______ remarks spoil the effect of your speech; try not to stray from your subject.

Direction: Each question below consists of a related pairs of words or phrases, followed by five lettered pairs of words or phrases, Select the lettered pair that best expresses a relationship similar to that expressed in the original pair.
(a)Artist : museum
(b)Cashier : check
(c)Waiter : restaurant
(d)Borrower : loan
(e)Mourner : funeral

(a)round : boxing
(b)puck : hockey
(c)touchdown : football
(d)serve : tennis
(e)outing : hiking

(a)ounce : weight
(b)fathom : volume
(c)mass : energy
(d)time : length
(e)light : heat

(a)peg : ukelele
(b)string : banjo
(c)pipe : organ
(d)bow : violin
(e)head : tambourine

Direction: In each of the following antonym questions, a word printed in capital letters precedes five lettered words or phrases. From these five lettered words or phrases, pick the one most nearly opposite in meaning to the capitalized word.
(A)Courageous (B)Puzzle
(C)Bold (D) Trainee

(A)Renowned (B) Invincible (C) Inactive (D) Fashionable

(A)Patrolling (B) Daily (C) Harsh (D) Marauding

(A)Fleeting (B) Finite (C) Yielding (D) Permanent

Direction: Please read the passage below and answer the questions on the basis of what is stated or implied. Passage:
To be happy and really safe, one ought to have at least two or three hobbies and they must all be real. It is no use starting late in life to say ?I will take an interest in this or that?. A man may acquire great knowledge of topics unconnected with his daily work and yet hardly get any benefit or relief.
A)More than one hobbies are preferable
B)Two or three hobbies are essential
C)Hobbies are quite important
D)Hobbies should be interesting

13.The phrase "ought to" in the first sentence suggests

14.The words "this or that" in the second sentence refer to
B) Topics
C)Daily work
D) None of the above

15.Select the choice closest in meaning to the word "hardly" in the last sentence