27 May 2015

Sample mock test for UCEED practice - 2

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1)

How many triangles are there in the given picture 


2)

Eight Brothers lives in an old house where there is no electricity and no computers or any any other gadget.

Brother-1: Reading Comics
Brother-2: Playing Chess
Brother-3: Writing
Brother-4: making food for the family
Brother-5: sleeping and snoring
Brother-6: cleaning house
Brother-7: watering the plants

What is brother 8 doing ?



3)

In a particular family, each boy has as many brothers as the sisters, but each girl has twice as many brothers as that of sisters.

How many numbers of siblings are there in the family?


4)

How many match sticks has to be removed to make ten in the below given picture ?




5) 

How many circles has to be moved to invert the given first shape to transform to second shape as shown below





6) 

Water tanks are usually placed at the top of the home/buildings, why ?

a) To get high velocity of water
b) To get hot water
c) To get pressurized water
d) All

7) 

Figure shows a commonly used safety pin. Now why is it having two turns at the bottom


a) To give it an aesthetic look
b) To act as finger grip
c) To provide spring action
d) To keep it straight while locking

8) 

Below shows a cat in a position. The position shows that the cat is



a) about to sit
b) running
c) walking
d) just stood

9) 

The lens shown in the picture is 


a) convex
b) concave

10) 

Choose the correct shape using the three shapes given in the image. Options are given below (use a,b,c,d)



11)

Which color results from mixing Red, blue and green colors
a) black
b) white
c) yellow
d) magneta 

12)

In a race of 600m X can beat Y by 60m and in a race of 500m Y can beat Z by 50m. By how many metres will X beat Z in a race of 400m?

a) 76 m
b) 74 m
c) 72 m
d) 78 m

13) 

If the length of a rectangular cloth is halved and its breadth is tripled, what is the percentage change in area of the cloth?

a) 25 % Increase
b) 25 % Decrease
c) 50 % Decrease
d) 50 % Increase

14) 

The following sequence shows a pattern. Which among the below comes next to the pattern (a,b,c,d,e)




15)

A flat belt pulley has a circumference of 40 cms and turns at 60 rpm. It rotates another pulley of 1.2 meters circumference through a belt having 7.2 meters in length. If driven pulley has revolved 600 times, what is the time that the driver pulley rotated? (appeard in CEED 2013 paper)

a) 20 minutes
b) 30 minutes
c) 40 minutes
d) 120 minutes

16)

How many times does the letter f (or F) appear in the following presentation ?


17) 

The below picture shows a solid with lines representing the cut to be made. If it's cut as shown, then the solid would be split into two symmetrical (same) shapes. Now, what will be the number of surfaces of any one of the cut shape ? 


18)

A boat is crossing a wide river flowing at 8 km/hr from east to west. The landing port is exactly opposite the starting point in the north bank of the river. If the boat moves at 10 km/hr towards other bank and crosses the river, what is the width of the river? (appeard in CEED 2013 paper)

a) 6 km
b) 8 km
c) 10 km
d) 1.8 km

19 )

Four roller bladers exercise around separate circular paths; each path is one third of a mile in length.  They start simultaneously at the black spots, with speeds of six, nine, twelve, and fifteen miles per hour.  By the end of the 20 minute workout, how many times will they have simultaneously returned to the spots where they started?



Multiple selection questions (MSQ)


20) 

The following image shows a clip that is commonly used to clip clothes at home. It works using a small metal pin at the center. which are the correct facts related to this


a) The metal pin works on plastic property
b) The metal pin works on elastic property
c) The metal pin is used to hold the plastic parts tightly 
d) No metal pin is required
e) Turning of metal (like a spring) is compulsary

21) 

Select the correct set of choices among the following (for now fill the blank space yourself) for the given picture. The solid is formed using 1X1X1 cube 


a) Number of solid cubes used = ___________
b) Number of surfaces (assuming the whole solid and not the single blocks) = ______________
c) Number of 1X1 surface visible (from all 6 sides - top+bottom+four sides) ______________

22) 

Plastic pollution directly affects which part of the ecosystem (choose as many correct)

a) Land
b) Ocean
c) Animals
d) Humans
e) Air
f) Rains

23) 

Which terms are related to photography ?

a) Shutter velocity
b) ISO
c) Macro lens
d) converging lens
e) Panning

24) 

Which material is not eco friendly ?

a) Polystyrene foam
b) Ceramic
c) PVC
d) Teflon
e) Wood
f) Bio plastics
g) Corrugated boxes

25) 

Which among the following are sustainable for the case of drinking tea (everyday) at home

a) Stainless steel glass
b) Use and throw disposal glasses
c) Breakable ceramic glasses
d) Poly foam glasses
e) Quartz made glass

26) 

Which among the following are art media

a) Graphite
b) Pen
c) chalk
d) Pastel
e) Sand

27) 

which among the following comes under recycled packing materials

a) Bubble wrap
b) Paper board
c) Corn starch
d) Glass
e) none

English and Reading comprehension


28-30)

A: This is one of the reasons I hate working in a big city.
B: I know. Every day, it’s the same thing.
A: This is terrible! We may be here all night! I hope we don’t run out of gas.
B: No, I think there’s enough.
A: Let’s turn on the radio. Maybe there’s some good music.
B: Sorry, the radio’s not working.
A: I think I’ll take the train tomorrow! 

1. Where are these people?
2. What are they talking about?
3. What do you think will happen next? 

31)

In all cultures, gestures are used as a form of communication, but the same gestures may have very different meanings in different cultures.

a) No two cultures use the same gestures.
b) One gesture will never have the same meaning in two cultures.
c) A person from one culture may misunderstand the gestures used by a person from another culture. 

32) 

Statements
[I] The university authority has instructed all the colleges under its jurisdiction to ban use of cell phones inside the college premises.

[II] Majority of the teachers of the college signed a joint petition to the university complaining the disturbances caused by cell phone ring tones inside the classrooms.

a) Statement I is the cause and statement II is its effect.
b) Statement II is the cause and statement I is its effect.
c) Both the statements I and II are independent causes.
d) Both the statements I and II are effects of independent causes.
e) Both the statements I and II are effects of some common cause.

33-34)
(optional question)
In biology, the term mutualism refers to a mutually beneficial relationship between two species. The later economic theory of mutualism is based on the labour theory of value, which states that the true cost of an item is the amount of labour that was required to produce it. Hence, goods should not be sold for more than the cost of acquiring them. Mutualism is closely associated with anarchism, because its principles were set forth in the mid- nineteenth century by the French politician and philosopher Pierre-Joseph Proudhon – the first person to define himself as an “anarchist”. 
The main tenets of mutualism are free association  and free credit. In a mutualist workplace, workers with different skills form an association to create a product or service. Though dependent on each other, the workers are not subordinated as in a capitalist enterprise. Mutual banks, also called credit unions, operate on the belief that free credit enables profit to be generated for the benefit of the union’s members rather than bankers. 
Modern-day mutualism is sometimes described as free-market socialism. Proponents of mutualism support a free market economy, but object to capitalism because of the inequalities created by government intervention. Many mutual businesses and banking establishments exist today, espousing Proudhon’s Co-operative model. 
[Use Ture, False, Cannot say for the below questions]

a) Proudhon’s economic theory of mutualism was influenced by biological mutualism. 
b) Mutual banking establishments do not operate on a for-profit basis.
c) The labour theory of value is defined as: only the person who made an item should profit from its sale.


35)

Mechanization is defined as the process of using machines to perform work that had previously been performed by people. Automation, which is an extension of mechanization, is defined as the process of performing mechanical operations with minimal or no human involvement. Automation is commonly used whenever an organization faces difficulties producing a product of a consistent quality, as well as when work is monotonous or unsafe for employees. 

Automation systems can be either hard or soft. Soft automation systems are adaptable, thus allowing them to perform several different functions. Hard automation systems have each machine perform one specific function. As a result, these systems are less adaptable than soft automation systems. From the information given above, it can be validly concluded that:

a) There are at least some automated systems that require considerable human involvement to perform mechanical operations
b) If an organization can consistently produce a high quality product, it is unlikely that it will use an automated system.
c) No hard automation system is more adaptable than a soft automation system.
d) Any organization that uses an automated system has found its work to be monotonous or unsafe for employees. 

36) 

Below image shows several pieces of paper that can be folded into cubes. The bottom of each is colored black. The top is marked with the letter A. Determine which piece of paper can be folded to look like the cube shown in the image



37)

Which among the options are the correct folded view of the shown image


38) 

A square transparent sheet with a pattern is given. When the transparent sheet is folded at the dotted line, which of the four choices below will result?



39) 

The three figures below show a sequence by which a piece of paper has been folded. The last figure shows how this folded paper has been cut.Which pattern (1-4) most closely resembles the unfolded form of figure C?


40)

Choose a figure which would most closely resemble the unfolded form of Figure (Z)


41) 
All red items are blue. 
All pink items are red. 
All pink items are blue.

What conclusion can be drawn ?

42) 

The below shown logo is used for


a) Eco mark: India
b) Nature-Label
c) Bio Suisse
d) None

43) 

Which of the following is/are facts about India

a) number os states - 29
b) number of states - 28
c) Lotus is the National Flower
d) Vande Mataram is Indian National Anthem

44) 

Which one is odd
 
a) Paper
b) Wood
c) Wool
d) Plastic
e) Leather

45) 

Which one is odd
 
a) Valley
b) River
c) Mountain
e) Tower 
f) Sea

46) 


Which of the following is/are types of pollution

a) Light Pollution
b) Noise Pollution
c) Visual Pollution
d) Radioactive contamination
e) Soil contamination
f) Visual pollutions

47) 

What are some good practices for pollution control

a) Mitigating 
b) Prevention
c) Compost
d) Reuse
e) Recycle

48) 

Krishna walks 50m towards East. He then turns right and walks 30m. He again turns right and walks 50m. Further he moves 20m, after turning to the right. How far is he from his original position ?

a) 50m
b) 30m
c) 20m
d) 10m

49) 

Which group of shapes can be assembled to make the shape shown below 


50) 

Who is the director of the animated movie - "Ramayan - The Epic"

a) Vishal Sonawane
b) Rhituraj Dutta
c) Yago Sako
d) Chetan Desai


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33 comments:

  1. Great work sir, thanks for helping us out by providing mock tests.

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  2. Thnq for the papers and help sir

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  3. sir have you seen sample paper uploaded by iit Mumbai for u-ceed?

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    1. can u plz help me in solving Q.6

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    2. Will look into that question

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    3. I just checked the question. I've already given detailed explanations and procedure for solving such questions in my earlier posts, you may check the following post links to get help, I hope the explanations in these links will clarify your doubt

      Working with Geometric objects

      Solving number of faces on complex geometric solids

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    4. i am unable to solve it...i applied same trick as u have taught..but ans of this question is 42 and i m able to count only 24 surfaces...:\

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    5. The given solid is symmetry but it has slant shapes, so should be careful while counting.

      Try this way -
      Avoid counting the slant surfaces (rectangles in the given picture) and count the rest shapes as I have given (front-right-back-R-Top-bottom).
      After this, count the slant surfaces separately.
      From front (excluding slanting rectangles) -
      1 small square + four triangles = 5 surfaces

      The picture is symmetry, so from all sides, the same count will come, i.e
      1 small square + four triangles = 5 surfaces

      So, since we have to count fro six sides, so total surfaces (exclusing slant rectangles) = 5*6 = 30

      Now, separately count the slant rectangles - which will be 12 (be careful whilce counting this). So, total = 30+12 = 42

      Hope you got this. I'm planning to give explanations for the mock test. Will try to explain with pics. That should help you further. Anyway, I strongly recommend you to go through the link that I provided to you - "Working with Geo objects" (previous comment) to check the explanations for clarifications.

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    6. Thnx sir :) much easier now :)

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    1. Answer key is already updated, you may check the link included in this post

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  5. in question no5 both the pictures are same ?

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  6. Can you pls provide any link for CEED 2013,and 2014 Question papers ! ?

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    1. Sam, you can get the CEED papers links in the answer key for the corresponding CEED papers - the links of which I have included at the end of 50th question. Plz chk

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  7. the answer of question 11.) should be (a) black instead of (b) black

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    1. I have included a picture that clears your questions. Check above - Q11 now!

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  8. sir!! answer of question 10 should be (c) ????

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    1. Ya, it's (c), sorry for the mistake, might be made in hurry. I included the answer there, you may chk now!

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  9. please help me with this-
    if THE-9
    LIE-7
    FILE-10
    THIEF-?

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  10. Can you please post one more mock test for uceed? thanks

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    1. Plenty of mock tests are available for UCEED in this blog. Check UCEED page or practice page to go through them.

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  11. hello sir,
    can you please upload the qp and answer key of ceed 2016 both part a and part b

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    1. It's already there, pl check ceed prev paper tab at the top of this page

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  12. in q 36 no answer is correct as only option d satisfies the bottom black and top letter A condition but if we take C in front and A on top than B should be on the left side but in option d it will be on right side

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    1. hmm, yes, i didn't notice that, i've updated, thanks vaibhav

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  13. what i should i do sir
    i got almost every question correct other than MSQ's coz they carry many gk questions i guess.

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