ETC Entry Test HAT-UG-M Solved MCQs Sample Past Papers

ETC Entry Test HAT-UG-M Solved MCQs Sample Past Papers

Q.1         Brain is protected and enclosed in:

A) Lumbar vertebrae

B) Coccyx

C) Vertebral column

D) Cranium


Q.2         Longest bone in the human skeleton is:

A) Ulna

B) Fibula

C) Tibia

D) Femur


Q.3         Hips and shoulder joints are examples of:

A) Hinge Joints

B) Ball and Socket Joints

C) Synovial Joints

D) Cartilaginous Joints


4..In pelvic region of human bosy, sacrum is formed by the fusion of:

A) 4 Vertebrae

B) 5 Vertebrae

C) 6 Vertebrae

D) 3 Vertebrae


5.Each muscle fibre is surrounded by a modified cell membrance called:


B) Sarcomere

C) Myosin Filament

D) Myofilament


6.hormone is antagonistic to insulin and causes increase in blood glucose level.

A) Glucagon C) Calcitonin

B) Nor-epinephrine D) Thyroxine


7..Beta cells of islets of Langerhans produce      hormone.

A) Glucagon C) Pancreatic Juice

B) Insulin D) Parathormone


Q.8         The organisms of third trophic level are:

A) Primary consumer

C) Tertiary consumer

B) Primary producer

D) Secondary consumer


Q.9         The ultimate source of energy in an ecosystem is:

A) Photosynthesis

B) Sun

C) Plants

D) Water


Q.10      All the food chains and food webs begin with:

A) Detritus

C) Green plants

B) Herbivores

D) Omnivores



Q.11      Which one of the following is X-linked trait?

A) Male pattern baldness

C) Haemophilia

B) Diabetes mellitus

D) Erythroblastosis fietalis


Q.12      A character determined by three alleles is:

A) Human skin colour

C) Human eye colour

B) Human blood group

D) Human Rh factor


13. The total number of genes in a population is called:

A) Gene pool C) Genome

B) Allele pool D) Genomic library

14. Presence of large central vacuole is the characteristic of:

A) Prokaryotes C) Fungi

B) Protists D) Plants

15. The basic structure of plasma membrane is provided by:

A) Proteins C) Cytoskeleton

B) Cholesterols D) Phospholipids

16. The organelle involved in detoxification of drugs and poisons in the liver cells is:

A) Smooth Endoplasmic Reticulum C) Golgi Apparatus

B) Rough Endoplasmic Reticulum D) Lysosomes

17. Down’s syndrome is characterized by at chromosome 21.

A) Trisomy C) Polysomy

B) Monosomy D) Disomy

18. Which of the following is an example of autosomal non-disjunction?

A) Turner’s Syndrome C) Metastasis

B) Jacob’s Syndrome D) Down’s syndrome

19. Infertility, short height, webbed neck and low hairline at lack are symptoms of


A) Turner’s C) Edward’s

B) Down’s                D) Patau’s

20. The concentration of sodium ions in body fluids is controlled by the hormone:

A) Renin

B) Aldosterone

C) Angiotensin


English Solved MCQs HEC ETC Admission Entry Test HAT-UG-E-M-A-CS-GS-ICom

English Solved MCQs HEC ETC Admission Entry Test HAT-UG-E-M-A-CS-GS-ICom

1.His theories have been by recent research.

A) Pronounced C) Dammed

B) Rearmed D) Debunked



2.International rules the number of foreign entrants.

A) Hoodwink C) Fabricate

B) Stipulate D) Traverse



3.The assassination of the president the country into war.

A) Articulated C) Hobbled

B) Boomed D) Precipitated



4.She might be forgiven for beneath the pressure.

A) Undertaking C) Buckling

B) Extricating D) Resounding



In each of the  following  question,  four  alternative  meanings  of  a  word  are  given. You have  to  select  the NEAREST  CORRECT  MEANING of  the  given  word  and fill the appropriate Circle on the MCQ Response Form.



A) Loyal

C) Lacking strength

B) Lazy

D) High



A) Coward

C) Imitating

B) Non-cooperative

D) Gallant




A) Curved

C) Formal

B) Traditional

D) Dashing



A) Huge

C) Little

B) Trivial

D) Square



A) Colophon

C) Divert

B) Concoct

D) Respite



A) Anomaly

C) Steward

B) Prototype

D) Fashion



A) Mode

C) Quirk

B) Token

D) Bulwark



A) Patrol

C) Exhort

B) Arcane

D) Falter



A) Visit

C) Furry

B) Belch

D) Inking



A) Immaculate

C) Sigh over

B) Chew over

D) Vagary

ETC Entry Test Solved Chemistry MCQs Past Papers HAT-UG-E HAT-UG-M

ETC Entry Test Solved Chemistry MCQs Past Papers HAT-UG-E HAT-UG-M

1.Which one of the following is simplest amino acid?

A) Lysine C) Alanine

B) Leucine D) Glycine



2. Which one of the following polymer is called as Nylon 6,6?

A) Polyester C) Polyamide

B) Polyvinyl chloride D) Polyvinyl acetate



3.Which one of the following is an exact composition of a carbohydrates?

A) Carbon and Hydrogen C) Carbon, Hydrogen and Oxygen

B) Carbon and Oxygen D) Hydrogen and Oxygen



4.Which one of the following nitrogen base is NOT present in DNA?

A) Adenine C) Uracil

B) Guanine D) Cytosine




5.The substance for the separation of isotopes is firstly converted into the:

A) Neutral state C) Vapour state

B) Free state D) Charged state



6.The number of moles of CO2 which contain 8.00 gm of oxygen is:

A) 0.75 C) 0.25

B) 1.50 D) 1.00



7.London dispersion forces are the only forces present among the:

A) Molecules of H2O in liquid state C) Atoms of helium in gaseous state at high temperature B)      Molecules of HCl gas            D) Molecules of solid chlorine



8.Electrical conductivity of graphite is greater in one direction that in other due to:

A) Isomorphism C) Anisotropy

B) Cleavage plane D) Symmetry



9.The ionic radius of fluoride ion is:

A) 72 pm C) 136 pm

B) 95 pm D) 157 pm



10.2NaOH(aq) + Cl2(g) NaCl + NaClO + H2O proceed at:

A) 500 °C C) -10 °C

B) 200 °C D) 15 °C




11.Which halogen molecule ‘X2’ has lowest dissociation energy?

A) Cl2 C) I2

B) Br2 D) F2




12.When acid is added to an amino acid, which one of the following will act as a base?

A) NH3+ C) H+

B) COOˉ D) R group




13.2A + B Product

If the reactant ‘B’ is in excess, the order of reaction with respect to ‘A’ in given rate law,     Rate = k[A]2[B] is:

A) 2nd order reaction C) Pseudo 1st order reaction

B) 1st order reaction D) 3rd order reaction




14.The rate constant ‘k’ is 0.693 min-1. The half-life for the 1st order reaction will be:

A) 1 min C) 0.693 min

B) 2 min D) 4 min




15.Melting points of group II-A elements are higher than those of group I-A because:

A) Atoms of II-A elements have smaller size C) Atoms of II-A elements provide two binding electrons B)     II-A elements are more reactive       D) I-A elements have smaller atomic radius