General Knowledge and Logical Reasoning MCQs Sample Questions for IMAT Test

General Knowledge and Logical Reasoning MCQs Sample Questions for IMAT Test

1.Which of the following countries is NOT a founding member

of NATO?






2.Which of the following is NOT one of the Seven Wonders of the

Ancient World?

The Hanging Gardens of Babylon

The Great Pyramid of Giza

The Lighthouse of Alexandria

The Parthenon of Athens

The Colossus of Rhodes

3.In recent years there has been increased concern that fashion models

reflect an unrealistic and unattainable image of femininity and that this

has a negative effect on the self esteem of many young women. Many major

designers continue to design for an exceptionally tall and flat chested

female frame. It should be no surprise therefore that there have been

several cases recently when designers have favored male models on their

catwalks to model their women swear. Rather than being a cause of surprise or concern, this should be welcomed as recognition of the that

these designs are unsuitable for most women and it draws attention to the

major differences between catwalk fashion and clothing for the real world.

Which one of the following statements, if true, would most strengthen

the argument above?

Some designers have favoured male models simply to

generate more media attention for their collections.

Some female models struggle to maintain the necessary

physique for catwalk modelling.

Some designers are recognising that the physique of many

catwalk models represents an unhealthy ideal for most women.

Very few observers noticed initially that the male models were not in fact women.

Surveys of young women have suggested that the use of male models makes the typical model physique less desirable to attain.


4.High profile members of society can raise awareness of worthy causes better than members of the public, because they have their opinions listened to and respected more readily by a larger number of people. Celebrities should not be shy about drawing attention to charities and foundations to which they donate their time and money, because it may encourage other people to do the same.

Which one of the following best illustrates the principle underlying the argument above?

People should value their superiors’ opinions on all matters because they have been successful in one or more fields.

If your boss does not commit any virtuous acts then neither should you.

If you can help someone else by donating your disposable time and money,

it will help improve society.

Directors of companies should encourage their employees to recycle more

by visibly doing so themselves.

Companies with the most employees should be put under pressure to commit to the most social change.

5.Childhood obesity is still a problem. This is often blamed on the fact that children have easy access to a range of unhealthy foods and increasingly have more money available to them to spend on fattening and sugar filled foods. A solution seems obvious – raise the prices of all these foods so that parents will have more control over what their children eat and will find it more economical to buy healthy foods. Unfortunately, this is unlikely to work as the problem is also caused by the fact that unhealthy foods tend to be more convenient and that is what many parents consider when deciding what foods to provide. A wider range of ‘ready to eat’ healthy food options would be a good start to solving the problem of child obesity.

Which one of the following best expresses the main conclusion of the above argument?

Parents should have more control over the food that their children eat.

The price of unhealthy foods should be raised.

There should be more ‘ready to eat’ healthy meals available.

Children have too much access to fattening and sugar¬filled foods.

Child obesity is still a problem.


Admission Testing Service IMAT Sample Multiple Choice Questions of Physics Math

Admission Testing Service IMAT Sample Multiple Choice Questions of Physics Math

1.Which physical quantity can be measured in joules per metre?

  1. kinetic energy
  2. momentum
  3. power
  4. work
  5. force

2.A ball is projected vertically upwards and then falls back to its original position.

Once projected, the ball experiences only a single force, downwards, due to a constant

gravitational field strength of 10 N/kg.

Here are three statements about the ball:

1  When the ball is moving upwards it loses kinetic energy and gains potential energy.

2  The magnitude of the ball’ s acceleration increases as it falls.

3  No vertical forces act on the ball when it is at its maximum height.

Which of the statement(s) is/are correct?

  1. 2 and 3 only
  2. none of them
  3. 1 and 2 only
  4. 3 only
  5. 1 only

3.A student has three 6.0 Ω resistors that can be connected together in any configuration. What

are the maximum and minimum resistances that can be obtained by using one or more of these

three resistors?

[Assume the connections between the resistors have negligible resistance, the temperature of

the resistors is constant, the resistors are used in a d.c. circuit and none of the resistors is


  1. maximum resistance: 6.0 Ω; minimum resistance: 2.0 Ω
  2. maximum resistance: 12 Ω; minimum resistance: 0.50 Ω
  3. maximum resistance: 6.0 Ω; minimum resistance: 0.50 Ω
  4. maximum resistance: 18 Ω; minimum resistance: 6.0 Ω
  5. maximum resistance: 18.0 Ω; minimum resistance: 2.0 Ω

The straight­line graph given by the equation


intersects the x­axis at A (a,0) and the y­axis at B (0,b).

A circle passes through A and B and has a diameter AB.

What are the coordinates of the centre of the circle?

  1. (2, 3)
  2. (3, 2)
  3. (6, 4)
  4. (4, 6)
  5. (0, 0)

Chemistry Sample MCQs Questions for IMAT Exam by ATS

Chemistry Sample MCQs Questions for IMAT Exam by ATS
1.Which of the following substances will form an alkaline solution when dissolved in water? 
            1  Na2CO3 
            2  NaCl
            3  NaHSO4 
A.   1, 2 and 3 
B.   1 only 
C.   1 and 2 only 
D.   2 and 3 only 
E.   1 and 3 only 
2.The formula of a molecule is CH2CHCH2CH2COCH2
CHO. Which functional groups given below are present in the molecule?  
            1  alkene
            2  alcohol
            3  aldehyde
            4  ketone
A.   1, 3 and 4 only 
B.   2, 3 and 4 only 
C.   1 and 4 only 
D.   1, 2 and 3 only 
E.   3 and 4  only 
3.How many unbranched straight chain molecules are there with the molecular formula C4H8F2, but with different structural formulas? 
D.   12 
E.   6
4.Which of the following molecules contain bond angles of 180° in their gaseous states? 
(Atomic numbers: H = 1; Be = 4; C = 6;  Cl  = 17) 
            1  BeCl 2 
            2  C2H2 
            3  CCl 4 
A.   1 and 3 only 
B.   1 and 2 only 
C.   1 only 
D.   2 and 3 only 
E.   2 only 
5.Which two ions have vanadium in the same oxidation state? 
A.   2 and 5 
B.   1 and 5  
C.   3 and 4 
D.   4 and 5 
E.   1 and 3