# CEA GATE Test Series Quiz: MCQ!

65 Questions | Total Attempts: 39  Settings  Do you know about CEA GATE Test Series? For this quiz, you will have to select answers by multiple choice. You must know how to be grammatically correct, and you will be responsible for math word problems, know how to solve using probability, and use a graph to figure out the answer. This quiz is challenging, but you might pass if you are willing to give it a chance. Happy testing.

• 1.
Identify the correct spelling of the word.
• A.

Difenitive

• B.

Definitive

• C.

Definative

• D.

Defenitive

• 2.
This is the place that _______
• A.

I talked

• B.

• C.

• D.

I was talked

• 3.
She is brave. Her brother is more brave. Select the most suitable sentence with respect to grammar and usage.
• A.

Her brother is brave and she is equally brave.

• B.

She is brave but her brother is the bravest of all.

• C.

She is brave but her brother is the bravest of all.

• D.

She is less brave than her brother.

• 4.
When a four digit number is divided by 65, it leaves a remainder of 29. If the same number is divided by 13, the remainder would be
• A.

1

• B.

2

• C.

3

• D.

4

• 5.
Complete the following sentence. I was ___ ___  for the bus and then I ___ sight of Craig passing by.
• A.

Here, waiting, cot

• B.

There, waiting, caught

• C.

Hare, waiting, caught

• D.

Here, weighting, caught

• 6.
4 – digit number greater than 5000 are randomly formed from the digits 0, 2, 3, 5 and 7. The probability of forming a number divisible by 5 when the digits are repeated is
• A.

0.1

• B.

0.2

• C.

0.3

• D.

0.4

• 7.
It is theoretically possible that bacteria developed on Venus early in its history and that some were carried to Earth by a meteorite. However, strains of bacteria from different planets would probably have substantial differences in protein structure that would persist over time, and no two bacterial strains on Earth are different enough to have arisen on different planets. So, even if bacteria did arrive on Earth from Venus, they must have died out. The argument is most vulnerable to which of the following criticisms?
• A.

It fails to establish whether bacteria actually developed on Venus

• B.

It fails to establish how likely it is that Venusian bacteria were transported to Earth

• C.

​It fails to consider whether all bacteria now on Earth could have arisen from transported Venusian bacteria

• D.

It fails to consider whether there were means other than meteorites by which Venusian bacteria could have been carried to Earth

• 8.
A man sells three articles A, B, C and gains 10% on A, 20% on B and loses 10% on C. He breaks even when combined selling prices of A and C are considered, whereas he gains 5% when combined selling prices of B and C are considered. What is his net loss or gain on the sale of all the articles?
• A.

10% gain

• B.

20% gain

• C.

10.66% gain

• D.

6.66% gain

• 9.
Which of the following inferences can be drawn from the above graph?
• A.

The total number of students qualifying in Physics in 2015 and 2014 is the same

• B.

The number of students qualifying in Biology in 2015 is less than that in 2013

• C.

The number of Chemistry students qualifying in 2015 must be more than the number of students who qualified in Biology in 2014

• D.

The number of students qualifying in Physics in 2015 is equal to the number of students in Biology that qualified in 2014

• 10.
DRQP is a small square of side a in the corner of a big square ABCD of side A. What is the ratio of the area of the quadrilateral PBRQ to that of the square ABCD, given A/a = 3?
• A.

2/9

• B.

1/6

• C.

1/3

• D.

2/7

• 11.
If the Laplace transform of y(t) is given by Y(s) = L(y(t)) =   then y(0) + y'(0) =
• A.

1

• B.

2

• C.

3

• D.

0

• 12.
The value of  will be
• A.

0

• B.

1

• C.

2

• D.

3

• 13.
Consider the following statements P and Q: (P):If  M =    then M is singular. (Q): Let S be a diagonalizable matrix. If T is a matrix such that S + 5 T = I, then T is diagonalizable. Which of the above statements hold TRUE?
• A.

Both P and Q

• B.

Only P

• C.

Only Q

• D.

Neither P nor Q

• 14.
= 0 .If x = 0 at t = 0 and x = 1 at t = 1, the value of x at t = 2 is
• A.

E+ 1

• B.

E2 + e

• C.

E + 2

• D.

2e

• 15.
If for two vectors  and , sum   is perpendicular to the difference  The ratio of their magnitude is
• A.

-1

• B.

0

• C.

1

• D.

None

• 16.
Consider plane truss below and identify the correct option.
• A.

Truss is statically indeterminate, externally stable but internally unstable

• B.

Truss is statically determinate and stable both externally and internally

• C.

Truss is statically determinate, internally stable but externally unstable

• D.

Truss is statically determinate, externally stable but internally unstable

• 17.
Which of the following given statement is not correct?
• A.

The water/cement ratio (w/c) is the only factor influencing the strength of concrete

• B.

At water/cement ratio more than 0.6, concrete mix will results in higher porosity and lesser strength.

• C.

According to Abrahm’s law, the strength of concrete depends only upon water cement ratio provided the concrete mix is workable.

• D.

The addition of surfactants in the concrete mix results in increase in the water/cement ratio.

• 18.
The permissible limit for chlorides in water used for mixing concrete for reinforced concrete work as per IS 456 : 2000 is
• A.

400 mg/l

• B.

500 mg/l

• C.

2000 mg/l

• D.

3000 mg/l

• 19.
The ratio of shear modulus to bulk modulus of the material for poisson ratio of 0.21 will be
• A.

0.319

• B.

0.719

• C.

3.129

• D.

1.390

• 20.
A partially saturated soil sample is taken from a borrow pit and tested for its specific gravity, which is found to be 2.64. If the air content and water content of this sample is 20% and 26.5% respectively. Calculate the void ratio of the partially saturated soil sample when water content is 26.5% and change in the air content of the soil sample if the water content increased to 30% Assume void ratio to be constant.
• A.

87.8% and 9.5%

• B.

46.7% and 10.5%

• C.

87.8% and 10.5%

• D.

50% and zero

• 21.
A plate load test was conducted in clay on a 450 mm diameter plate and the settlement of the plate is recorded as 10mm. if the settlement of foundation is not to exceed 35 mm, the width of the foundation required will be _____mm.
• A.

1575

• B.

1675

• C.

1775

• D.

1875

• 22.
Following results are obtained after the sieve analysis of the soil sample: (i) % of particles passing through 0.075 mm IS sieve = 4% (ii) % of particles having size greater than 0.075 mm retained over 4.75 mm IS sieve = 62% (iii) Coefficient of uniformity = 5 (iv) Coefficient of curvature = 1.5 As per ISSC system, the soil is classified as:
• A.

GW

• B.

GP

• C.

GW – GM

• D.

SW

• 23.
Which among the following clay mineral has least base exchange capacity?
• A.

Montmorillonite

• B.

Kaolinite

• C.

Illite

• D.

Halloysite

• 24.
The given network diagram shows the detailed necessary for the CPM network analysis: All the numerical values are given in days. The free float for the activity (3) – (5) will be
• A.

0 days

• B.

1 days

• C.

2 days

• D.

3 days

• 25.
A rectangular channel of 3m width carrying a discharge of 6m3/sec. If the specific Energy at depth (y1) is 20% more than specific Energy at critical depth, Then the depth of flow (y1) will be ________ m. Take acceleration due to gravity to be 9.81 m/s2
• A.

0.19

• B.

1.19

• C.

2.19

• D.

None

Related Topics Back to top