Editable MCQs for Educators PPSC Tests – NOTESPK


Question: Encircle the Correct Option.

1) A fish respires through which organ?

a) Gills b) Lungs c) Airsacs d) Skin

2) What is the number cotyledons in a group seed .

a) One b) Two c) Three d) Four

3) Which one of the following is not a microorganism ?

a) Bacteria b) Virus c) Algae d) Ant

4) The garm seed is covered by which structure ?

a) Cotyledon b) Seed coat c) Plumule d) Endosperm

5) Which one is not a chemical change ?

a) Seed germination b) Making paper boat c) Burning of wood d) Cooking food

6) What type of change is it when metal expands on heating ?

a) Permanent b) Chemical c) Physical d) Temporay

7) How does light travel in air ?

a) In a circle b) Along curved path c) Along astraight line d) In dispersed path

8) Which of the following sounds is called noise ?

a) Sound of a flute b) Rusting of leaves c) Pressure home d) Chirping of birds

9) When water comes in the way of sound travelling through air .

a) Sound will stop b) Sound will slow down c) Sound will become fast d) No effect on the speed of sound

10) Which type of soil is good for growth of plants ?

a) Sand b) Silt c) Clay d) Rock

11) What does a mason use to keep a wall vertical ?

a) Metre rule b) Spirit level c) Triangle d) Plumb line

12) Saline water is used for .

a) Cleaning wounds b) Drinking by patients c) Washing hands d) Taking a bath

13) Sterilized gauze is used .

a) For checking blood pressure b) As bandage on wound c) For finding the body temperature d) For cleaning workplace

14) Animals with backbone are called .

a) Invertebrate b) Vertebrate c) Aves d) Insects

15) Animal without backbones are called .

a) Vertebrates b) Invertebrate c) Insects d) Microorganism

16) Reptiles have ________ all over their body.

a) Hairs b) Cuticle c) Slime d) Scales

17) Which of the following cannot make their own food ?

a) Animal and algea b) Animal and plant c) Fungi and Algea d) Animal and fungi

18) Example of Dicot plant are .

a) Rox , grass , apple b) Rose , pea , apple c) Mango , grass , sugarcane d) Pea , sugarcane , bean

19) In monocot plants floral leaves are usually .

a) 2 or multiple of 2 b) 3 or multiple of 3 c) 5 or multiple of 5 d) 4 or multiple of 4

20) How many types of birds are present in lake view park ?

a) 250 b) 260 c) 270 d) 280

21) Yougurt is prepared by using .

a) Fungi b) Plant c) Virus d) Microorganism

22) Which one of the following diseases are caused by bacteria ?

a) Covid-19 b) Pneumonia c) Polio d) Heptatis

23) Some bacteria help in _________ of food in small intestine .

a) Digestion b) Absorption c) Assimiation d) Both A & B

24) On the basis of shape , bacteria are divided into __________ types .

a) 4 b) 3 c) 6 d) 5

25) The rate of decomposition increases with the increase is .

a) Temperature b) Humidity c) Oxygen d) All of these

26) Penicillin was derived from.

a) Mold b) Penicillium c) Mushrooms d) None of these

27) Fungi are __________ .

a) Unicellular b) Multicellular c) Both A & B d) None of these

28) An example of animal cause disease is .

a) Malaria b) Cholera c) Covid – 19 d) None of these

29) The egg in the carpel is known as.

a) Stigma b) Style c) Ovary d) Ovule

30) The part of a flower that protects the flower in bud form is .

a) Sepal b) Petal c) Carpel d) Stamen

31) The male reproductive part of a flower contains two round shaped structures at their tip . These structures are known as .

a) Anthers b) Filaments c) Stamens d) Carpels

32) Flowers contain.

a) Sepal b) Petal c) Both A & B d) None of these

33) Monosexual flowers contain only .

a) Sepal b) Petal c) Stamen d) All of these

34) What is Air pollution ?

a) Harmful components in Air b) Harmful components in Land c) Harmful components underground d) Harmful components in Water

35) Types of pollution are .

a) 1 b) 2 c) 3 d) 4

36) Which of these is not an example of physical change ?

a) Chopping an oinion b) Frying an egg c) Melting snow d) Boiling water

37) Burning of wood is an change .

a) Physical b) Chemical c) Temporary d) Beautiful

38) The substance that dissolves in solution in more quantity is called .

a) Solute b) Solvent c) Mixture d) None of these

39) The mixture of two or more substance is called .

a) Solute b) Solvent c) Solution d) Condensation

40) Hammering of a nail , barking of a dog are .

a) Soft b) Loud c) Both A & B d) None of these

41) Choose the magnetic materials .

a) Plastic and Iron b) Steel and Iron c) Paper and Cloth d) Wood and Silver

42) An electric circuit with two or more paths for current?

a) Parallel circuit b) Series circuit c) Short circuit d) Electric circuit

43) As the depth of earth increases temperature.

a) Increases b) Remain the same c) Decreases d) Changes

44) Earth’s thickest layer is called the

a) Mantle b) Crust c) Inner core d) Outer core

45) Which of the layers makes up most of Earth’s mass?

a) Crust b) Mantle c) Inner core d) Outer core

46) Why was skylab was launched?

a) To do experiments b) To receive visitors c) To get good view of earth d) To escape from earth

47) ISS completes its one revolution in .

a) 90 min b) 900 min c) 95 min d) 9500 min

48) The Earth rotates about its axis with a speed .

a) 1450 km/h b) 1470 km/h c) 1440 km/h d) 140 km/h

49) Model making is a _________ ?

a) Useful technique b) Useless technique c) Should be ignored d) None of these

50) Patients should be treated.

a) Carefully b) Roughly c) Produly d) None of these


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Question: Encircle the Correct Option.

1) The silent letters in “Bright” are:

a) br b) ig c) gh d) ht

2) Word with silent “n” is:

a) neat b) demn c) near d) needy

3) The word having the /t/ sound is:

a) worked b) saved c) played d) licked

4) In word  “envelope’ there are _____________ vowels.

a) two b) three c) six d) eight

5) In word  “paint’ there are _____________ consonants.

a) three b) two c) five d) one

6) Diphthong means.

a) one sound b) two sound c) three sounds d) four sounds

7) Word having the  id/ sound is.

a) stopped b) lifted c) asked d) played

8) Example of initial consonant blends is.

a) prime b) wasp c) sing d) land

9) There are  _____________ kinds of diagraphs.

a) two b) four c) eight d) nine

10) Vowels are:

a) a, e, i, o, u b) i, d, p, q, l c) c, d, f, g, h d) a, b, both

11) Group of word having “e” sounds is:

a) sun, bun, gun, rum b) cot, dot, pot, jog c) hide, slide, fine d) hit, shit, fin

12) Example of  long sound of “u” is:

a) cub b) tub c) huf d) tube

13) Words having the /d/ sound are:

a) stopped, behaved b) waited, lifted c) fixed, hoped d) explored, presented

14) Group of final consonants blends are:

a) quiet, greet, star b) float, crashed, snake c) risk, ask, desk d) sand, pulp, crisp

15) Word with silent “D” is:

a) land b) hand c) candle d) edge

16) In the word “align” silent letter is:

a) a b) l c) i d) g

17) The word having silent “c” is:

a) city b) cement c) car d) muscle

18) The word having silent “W” is:

a) wrong b) watch c) woman d) wing

19) Tick the kind of sentence: “It is a ball”.

a) Imperative b) Declarative c) Negative d) Interrogative

20) Tick the kind of sentence: “Are they playing?”

a) Imperative b) Declarative c) Negative d) Interrogative

21) Tick the kind of sentence: “Is the girl writing?”

a) Imperative b) Declarative c) Negative d) Interrogative

22) Tick the kind of sentence: “Brush your teeth.”

a) Imperative b) Declarative c) Negative d) Interrogative

23) Tick the exclamatory sentence:

a) He looked sad. b) Look into the sky c) What a pretty flower! d) She lives in Africa.

24) Her complexion is  ______________:

a) fair b) fare c) for d) far

25) The pair of words with same but different meaning is:

a) open, token b) deer, dear c) near, fear d) gun, fun

26) A pair of rhyming words is:

a) play, snow b) black , brown c) walk, god d) around, ground

27) Tick the collective noun:

a) family b) child c) book d) bike

28) Tick the countable noun:

a) fish b) water c) milk d) rice

29) Plural of “Potato” is.

a) potates b) potatoes c) potateos d) potatos

30) Singular of “mice” is.

a) mouse b) mices c) mice d) moce

31) Plural of underlined word is: it flew in the sky.

a) skys b) skies c) skous d) skess

32) Noun from their plural  by adding “es” is:

a) match b) zone c) zebra d) tin

33) The group of singular is.

a) arms, axe, fish b) girl, pen, men c) books, works, toys d) none

34) The group of plurals is.

a) fish, hair, people b) louse, man , calf c) fly, cry, city d) none

35) Ahmad was _____________ honest man.

a) a b) an c) the d) none

36) She was reading _____________ Holy Quran.

a) a b) an c) the d) none

37) They were siting in ________________ school.

a) a b) an c) the d) none

38) ____ eagle fly.

a) a b) an c) the d) none

39) He writes with _______________ pen.

a) a b) an c) the d) none

40) _____________ sometimes plays cricket.

a) he b) his c) himself d) him

41) __________ shoes are brown.

a) She b) herself c) Her c)   d) Hers

42) ___________ is running.

a) Itself b) Its c) It’s d) It

43) _______ caps are white.

a) We b) Our c) Ours d) Ourselves

44) ______ study in a primary school.

a) He b) She c) It d) I

45) ______ write a story.

a) He b) She c) It d) We

46) The sun rises in the East. ____________ is bright.

a) I b) We c) She d) It

47) _______ love Pakistan.

a) They b) He c) Aslam d) Akram

48) ____________ help their friends.

a) We b) You c) They d) I

49) Tick the present participle:

a) make b) made c) making d) maked

50) Tick the past participle form of the verb.

a) feed b) food c) fed d) feeding

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 Circle the correct answer. 
1. The study of particular properties of matter in solid state is called:
(A) Atomic and molecular physics (B) Nuclear physics (C) Plasma physics (D) Solid state physics
2. 0.001 g is equal to:
(A) 1 kg (B) 1 mg (C) 0.1 mg (D) 0.01mg
3. If a body is moving in a circular path, then such a motion is called
(A) Rotatory motion (B) Vibratory motion (C) Linear motion (D) Circular motion
4. If velocity of a body is increased then acceleration is
(A) Positive (B) Negative (C) Zero (D) Constant
5. The direction of change in momentum is in the direction of the
(A) Force (B) Speed (C) Velocity (D) Mass
6. If 50 N force applied on a body of 25 kg mass then value of acceleration produce in it is:
2ms-2 (B) 20ms-2 (C) 1250ms-2 (D) 125ms-2
7. A body is in neutral equilibrium if its center of gravity is:
(A) At the highest point (B) At the lowest point (C) At the center (D) None of these
8. The conditions of equilibrium are:
(A) 1 (B) 2 (C) 3 (D) 4
9. Gravitational force is directly proportional to the ____ of objects.
(A) Product of masses (B) Mass of earth (C) Mass of object (D) Radius of earth
10. The value of gravitational field strength near the surface of earth is:
20 Nkg-1 (B) 30 Nkg-1 (C) 5 Nkg-1 (D) 10 Nkg-1
11. Mechanical energy due to motion and ___:
(A) Force (B) Position (C) Velocity (D) Acceleration
12. The energy is an important and fundamental concept in:
(A) Chemistry (B) Biology (C) Science (D) Mathematics
13. One Pascal is equal to:
(A) 10
4 Nm-2 (B) 1 Nm-2 (C) 102 Nm-2 (D) 103 Nm-2
14. How may heat be transferred through a vacuum?
(A) By convection only (B) By conduction only (C) By radiation only (D) By conduction and ration only
15. A good absorber of heat.
(A) dull black surface (B) Coloured surface (C) white surface (D) Shining silvered surface


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Circle the correct answer. 
1. The knowledge that provides an understanding of this world and how it works is called:
(A) Science (B) Chemistry (C) Biology (D) Physics
2. The branch of science which deals with the composition, structure, properties, and reactions of the matter is called:
(A) Biology (B) Chemistry (C) Physics (D) Anatomy
3. The study of manufacturing of chemical compounds on a commercial scale is called:
(A) Biochemistry (B) Organic chemistry (C) Industrial Chemistry (D) Physical chemistry
4. Symbol of sodium is:
(A) NA (B) Na (C) So (D) Ag
5. Chemical formula for calcium oxide is:
CaCO3 (B) Ca(OH)2 (C) CaO (D) CaO2
6. According to which scientist an atom is indivisible, hard, dense sphere?
(A) John Dalton (B) Goldstein (C) J.J. Thosmon (D) Newton
7. When Thomson got the noble prize?
(A) 1886 (B) 1856 (C) 1940 (D) 1906
8. The value of plank’s constant is:
6.63 × 10-24 (B) 6.63 × 10-34 (C) 6.02 × 1023 (D) 6.02 × 10-23
9. Rutherford’s atomic theory was based upon:
(A) Classical theory (B) Quantum theory (C) Darwin theory (D) None of these
10. The nucleus of an atom is composed of:
(A) Electrons (B) Electrons and Protons (C) Electrons and Neutrons (D) Protons and Neutrons
11. The most abundant metal is:
(A) Aluminium (B) Gold (C) Silver (D) Platinium
12. Least conductor of heat:
(A) Iron (B) Gold (C) Silver (D) Lead
13. Which one of the following is brittle?
(A) Sodium (B) Aluminium (C) Selemium (D) Magnesium
14. The colour of fluorine is:
(A) Pale yellow (B) Greenish yellow (C) Reddish brown (D) Purple black
15. The Halogen which exists as solid at room temperature is:
(A) Chlorine (B) bromine (C) Fluorine (D) Iodine


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 Circle the correct answer. 
1. The word biology has been derived from two Greek words; ____ and Logos:
(A) Science (B) Bios (C) Cell (D) Logic
2. Al-Abil was a famous book on:
(A) Horse (B) Animals (C) Camel (D) Ants
3. Al-Khail was a famous book on:
(A) Animal (B) Camel (C) Rabbit (D) Horse
4. Entomology is the study of:
(A) Tissue (B) Organelles (C) Insects (D) Bacteria
5. If a scientist is studying the method of inserting human insulin gene in bacteria which branch of biology it may be:
(A) Anatomy (B) Physiology (C) Biotechnology (D) Pharmacy
6. The study of the molecule of life is called:
(A) Anatomy (B) Immunology (C) Physiology (D) Molecular Biology
7. Jabir Bin Hayan was born in:
(A) Iraq (B) Iran (C) Pakistan (D) England
8. The famous book Al-Nabatat was written by:
(A) Bu-Ali-Sina (B) Jabir-bin-Hayan (C) Abdul Malik (D) Ibn-e-Nafees
9. A pound is an example of:
(A) Population (B) Community (C) Biosphere (D) All
10. In simple community number and size populations is:
(A) Limited (B) Unlimited (C) Big (D) Small
11. An example of biomolecule is:
(A) Proton (B) Protein (C) Iodine (D) Chlorine
12. How many elements make 99% of the total mass?
(A) 4 (B) 6 (C) 8 (D) 10
13. Which of these does not represent a unicellular organization?
(A) Amoeba (B) Volvox (C) Paramecium (D) Bacteria
14. Which one will be the correct sequence of the levels of organization of life?
(A) Cell, organelle, molecule, organ, tissue, organ system, individual
(B) Molecule, tissue, organelle, cell, organ system, organ, individual
(C) Molecule, organelle, cell, tissue, organ, organ, system, individual
(D) Organ system, organ, tissue, cell, molecule, organelle, individual
15. Which of the following group includes organisms all of which are absorptive in their nutrition?
(A) Protists (B) Animals (C) Bacteria (D) Fungi
16. Biodiversity provides:
(A) Shelter (B) Food (C) Food and Shelter (D) Habitate
17. Biodiversity plays an important role in making and maintaining of:
(A) Forests (B) Pounds (C) Ecosystems (D) Deserts
18. The Number of organisms on earth is:
(A) 10 Thousand (B) Two lac (C) 20 lac (D) One crore
19. Over what million types of animals are estimated to live on earth?
(A) 0?5 million (B) 1?5 million (C) 15 million (D) 5 million
20. What is the name of phylum of pea plant?
(A) Fabaceae (B) Fabales (C) Magnoliphyta (D) Magnolipsida
21. What is the name of genus of a pea plant?
(A) Pisum (B) Pisum sativum (C) Homo (D) Homo sapiens
22. Who wrote Book “De Anima”?
(A) Ibn Rushd (B) Averroes (C) Aristotle (D) Aljahiz
23. Who classified nature into three groups of mineral, animal and vegetable?
(A) Aristotle (B) Carlous Linnaeous (C) Ernst Hackel (D) John Ray
24. Who introduced the system of classifcation of organims for the first time:
(A) Ernst Haeckel (B) Aristotle (C) Carolus Linnaeus (D) Robert Whittaker
25. Most of mushrooms are hetrotrops and:
(A) Autotroph (B) Dead (C) Decomposers (D) Unicellular
26. In which Kindom Viruses are included.
(A) Monera (B) Protista (C) Fungi (D) None
27. Viruses are assigned to the kingdom:
(A) Monera (B) Protista (C) Fungi (D) None of the above
28. The method of giving scientific names the organisms is called:
(A) Classification (B) Systematics (C) Texonomy (D) Binomial nomenclature
29. The scientific name of sea star is:
(A) Asteries rubens (B) Corvus splendens (C) Allium cepa (D) Homo sapions
30. Scientific name of onion is:
(A) Allium Cepa (B) Asterias rubens (C) Zea mays (D) Felis domsticus
31. What % of over hunting is contributed in extinction of a species?
(A) 17% (B) 23% (C) 10% (D) 2%
32. An extinct species in Pakistan is:
(A) Whale (B) Ibex (C) Markhor (D) Swamp deer
33. What is resolving power of electron microscope?
(A) 100 um (B) 0.2 um (C) 0.2 nm (D) 100 m
34. The first living cells were observed by:
(A) Atonie Van Leeweshoek (B) Robert Hook (C) Louis Paster (D) Virchow
35. The photograph taken by microscope is called:
(A) Cardiograph (B) Micrograph (C) Tonograph (D) Photograph
36. Cell was discovered in:
(A) 1958 (B) 1665 (C) 1560 (D) 1470
37. Cell wall of fungi made up of:
(A) Peptidoglycan (B) Chitin (C) Cellulose (D) Glucose
38. Microfilament are made up of:
(A) Tublulin protein (B) RNA (C) Actin protein (D) DNA
39. Types of plastids are:
(A) 2 (B) 3 (C) 4 (D) 5
40. Microfilaments are composed of ______ protein:
(A) tubulin (B) fibrinogen (C) actin (D) myosin
41. The bulkiest cells are:
(A) Bird egg cell (B) Nerve cell (C) Blood cells (D) Muscle cell
42. The diameter of human red blood cell is:
(A) 7 nm (B) 7 um (C) 8 um (D) 8 nm
43. It is the size of smallest bacterium:
0.2μm (B) 0.3μm (C) 0.4μm (D) 0.1μm
44. A solution has relatively more solute is:
(A) Hypertomic solution (B) Hypotoni solution (C) Isotomic solution (D) Simple solution
45. A solution has relatively more solute is called:
(A) Hypertonic (B) Hypotonic (C) Isotonic (D) No one
46. Gaseous exchange in gills and lungs occurs by the process:
(A) Diffusion (B) Osmosis (C) Active transport (D) Turgor
47. Cardiac muscles present in the walls of ……….
(A) Heart (B) Lungs (C) Kidneys (D) Stomach
48. Bone is an example of:
(A) Epithelial tissue (B) nervous tissue (C) Connective tissue (D) Muscle tissue
49. The ______ is a major component of plant cell walls.
(A) Chitin (B) Peptidoglycan (C) Cellulose (D) Cholesterol
50. In which phase a cell increases its supply of proteins?
(A) G-1 phase (B) G-2 phase (C) G-O phase (D) S- phase


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Computer Science

Encircle the correct answer. 
1. The number system that we use in our daily life is:
(A) binary number system (B) hexadecimal number system (C) decimal number system (D) all the three systems
2. The hexadecimal number F is equal to decimal number:
(A) 13 (B) 14 (C) 15 (D) 16
3. ROM, RAM and Cache are ______ storage devices:
(A) external (B) internal (C) both A & B (D) fixed
4. One Terabyte (TB) is equal to:
(A) 1024
2 bytes (B) 10243 bytes (C) 10244 bytes (D) 10245 bytes
5. The most well-known example of network of networks is:
(A) Local Area Networks (B) Internet (C) Telephone Network (D) Cable Network
6. Two devices can communicate with each other when they are connected through some:
(A) link (B) point (C) connection (D) network
7. A device that initiates the communication process or sends the message is called:
(A) worker (B) sender (C) receiver (D) hawker
8. Illegal copies of a book, software, movie, painting etc mean:
(A) privacy (B) secrecy (C) piracy (D) security
9. A good password should be at least ______ characters long:
(A) 4 (B) 8 (C) 12 (D) 16
10. The computer experts who alter data to commit fraud are known as:
(A) programmers (B) surfers (C) encrypters (D) hackers
11. The word which is generated, read, remembered and reproduced for human use is known as:
(A) key word (B) password (C) alphabet (D) key letter
12. HTML is an abbreviation is:
(A) Higher Text Markup Language (B) Heavy Text Markup Language (C) Hyper Text Markup Language
(D) Hyper Text Marking Language
13. <i> tag is used to make text:
(A) italic (B) inverted (C) blue (D) white
14. The list where the order of the items is not important:
(A) unordered list (B) ordered list (C) definition list (D) Nested List
15. The attribute which is used with <a> tag to specify the URL of the linked webpage is:
(A) nbsp (B) src (C) alt (D) href


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