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MCQs of Basic Electronics, 50 Questions

MCQs of Basic Electronics 50 Questions

Basic Electronics questions and answers with explanation for interview, competitive examination and entrance test.

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Sub Inspector of Police Exam Paper-4 GK

MCQs for Sub Inspector of Police Exam Paper-4 GK

Multiple Choice Questions and Answers for Sub Inspector of Police Exam. This is a Sample Paper of General Awareness is very beneficial to Sub Inspector of Police (SI) Examination, UGC NET Exam, PGT Teachers Exam, UPSC Exam, PPSC Exam, UPSC Civil Services Exam and any other Competitive Exam which contains Multiple Choice Questions of General Awareness.

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Tips and Tricks to Solve MCQ

Tips and Tricks to Solve MCQ

  1. Look through all of the questions. Answer the easy questions first and skip the more challenging questions for later.
  2. Read the MCQs carefully and think answer before you see your choices. Then read the choices to see if your answer is there. If so, it is probably the right one. Read the other answers quickly to be certain.
  3. If your answer is not there in the choices, then read all the choices carefully and start eliminating the choices.
  4. Cross out the options that are clearly wrong.
  5. When you narrow your choices to two, try each answer with the question to see if they both make sense. Occasionally you'll find a hidden clue, like a subject/verb agreement that gives it a way.
  6. If you are confused by "all of the above" and "none of the above" questions and they are taking too much time to take up, leave those entire blank and go back to them. These questions have an element of logic to them, and some people take longer than others to work out logic problems. If you find that they require a little extra concentration, you may need to treat them as a separate section.
  7. If you are confused about a word, dissect it for clues. Think about the meanings of the prefix or suffix. Compare it to other words that start with the same letters. For example, the prefix "epi" is found in the word epidermis, which refers to the top layer of the skin. What can you discern, then, about a plant called an "epiphyte?" Would it have roots that stretch deep into the dirt or would it grow on the surface of something?
  8. Don’t second-guess yourself. If you make an educated guess the first time around, don’t go back and start changing your answers around.
  9. Go back to the questions that you skipped. Look at each question individually and eliminate the options that you know are incorrect. Cross the wrong options out with your pencil if possible.
  10. Keep an eye on the clock to give yourself time to re-visit the questions you left blank.
  11. If all else fails, choose B or C A few studies show that those answers are correct at a slightly higher rate than A or D.
  12. A positive choice is more likely to be true than a negative one. Usually the correct answer is the choice with the most information.

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General Awareness Sample Paper 10

General Awareness Sample Paper 10

IN EACH OF THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS A WORD IS FOLLOWED BY FOUR OPTIONS. YOU HAVE TO CHOOSE THE OPTION THAT IS THE MOST APPROPRIATE SUBSTITUTE TO THE GIVEN WORD.

1. BONHOMIE (FELLING OF TOGETHERNESS)

  • FRIENDLINESS
  • WRATH
  • VERY
  • GREED

ANS – A

2. CANDOUR (FRANKNESS)

  • ENTHUSIASM
  • OPENNESS
  • FREEDOM
  • INTIMACY

ANS – B

3. BASHFUL (HESITANT AND EMBARRASSED)

  • HAUGHTY
  • DISCREET
  • SHY
  • UPSET

ANS – C

4. TRIVIAL (TRIFLE)

  • SIGNIFICANT
  • MOMENTOUS
  • UNIMPORTANT
  • CRITICAL

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General Awareness Sample Paper 9 (100 Q)

General Awareness Sample Paper 9

1. The Govt of India has decided to declare which of the following rivers a National River?
a) Brahmaputra
b) Yamuna
c) Ganga 
d) Kaveri    
e) None of these

2. Who amongst the folIowing economists gave the concept of "economies of scale", which says "many goods and services can be produced more cheaply in long series"?
a) Edward C Prescott
b) Amartya Sen
c) Gary S Becker
d) Edmund S Phelps
e) Paul Krugman 

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