# The Micro Labs Aptitude Test!

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This aptitude test is designed for preparation for Micro Labs Ltd. Employee selection process. The aoriginal selection test has a time limit of 30 minutes. So, in an order to make it successfully through the exam, you must have done enough preparation. This test gives you a scenario of the original test you will face. It is packed with some important questions realted to the same.

• 1.

### Rainbow has 7 colors.

• A.

True

• B.

False

A. True
Explanation
The statement is true because a rainbow is a meteorological phenomenon that is caused by reflection, refraction, and dispersion of light in water droplets resulting in a spectrum of light appearing in the sky. The spectrum of light consists of seven colors: red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo, and violet. Therefore, a rainbow does indeed have seven colors.

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• 2.

### Select the opposite of "EARLY."

• A.

Fast

• B.

Time

• C.

Short

• D.

Late

D. Late
Explanation
The opposite of "early" is "late."

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• 3.

### If Your monthly target is 1 lacs. How many zeroes (0) 1 lac has?

• A.

30

• B.

20

• C.

10

• D.

5

D. 5
Explanation
The number 1 lac has five zeroes.

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• 4.

### Find the odd man out.

• A.

Tiger

• B.

Lion

• C.

Cat

• D.

Leopard

C. Cat
Explanation
The odd man out in this group is "Cat" because it is the only domesticated animal, while the other three are wild animals. Tigers, lions, and leopards are all large predatory cats that are found in the wild, whereas cats are commonly kept as pets and have been domesticated for thousands of years.

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• 5.

### Identify the personality:

• A.

• B.

Sardar Patel

• C.

Jawahar Lal Nehru

• D.

Mahatma Gandhi

B. Sardar Patel
Explanation
Sardar Patel, also known as Vallabhbhai Patel, was a prominent Indian political leader and one of the founding fathers of the Republic of India. He played a crucial role in the Indian independence movement and was known for his strong leadership and organizational skills. Patel was instrumental in the integration of princely states into the Indian Union after independence. His efforts earned him the title of "Iron Man of India."

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• 6.

### Who had composed Vande Matram?

• A.

Rabindra Nath Tagore

• B.

Rabindra Nath Thakur

• C.

Neta Ji Shubhash Chandra Bose

• D.

Bankim Chandra Chaterjee

D. Bankim Chandra Chaterjee
Explanation
Bankim Chandra Chaterjee is the correct answer because he is the composer of the song "Vande Matram." This patriotic song has been widely regarded as the national song of India and was first published in Chaterjee's novel "Anandamath." The song played a significant role in the Indian independence movement and continues to be a symbol of patriotism and love for the country. Rabindra Nath Tagore, Rabindra Nath Thakur, and Neta Ji Shubhash Chandra Bose are not associated with the composition of Vande Matram.

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• 7.

### Select the opposite of "DIFFICULT."

• A.

Tough

• B.

Different

• C.

Easy

• D.

Secret

C. Easy
Explanation
The opposite of "difficult" is "easy".

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• 8.

### In Pharma sales, a doctor is a:

• A.

Customer

• B.

Cunsumer

• C.

• D.

Agent

A. Customer
Explanation
In Pharma sales, a doctor is considered a customer because they are the primary target audience for pharmaceutical companies. Doctors are the ones who prescribe medications to patients, and they play a crucial role in the purchasing decisions of pharmaceutical products. Pharmaceutical sales representatives build relationships with doctors, provide them with information about their products, and try to influence their prescribing behavior. Therefore, doctors can be seen as customers in the context of Pharma sales.

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• 9.

### Paracetamol is a drug used for:

• A.

Fever

• B.

Indigestion

• C.

Asthma

• D.

Acidity

A. Fever
Explanation
Paracetamol is a drug commonly used to reduce fever. It is an antipyretic medication that works by inhibiting the production of certain chemicals in the body that cause fever. Paracetamol is often recommended for the temporary relief of minor aches and pains associated with fever, such as headaches and muscle aches. It is not typically used for indigestion, asthma, or acidity.

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• 10.

### Select the word which also means "HUGE."

• A.

Gaint

• B.

Small

• C.

Hard

• D.

Tiny

A. Gaint
Explanation
The word "Gaint" is spelled incorrectly, but the correct spelling "Giant" means "HUGE."

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• 11.

### Select the opposite of "REAL."

• A.

Actual

• B.

Alike

• C.

True

• D.

Fake

D. Fake
Explanation
The opposite of "REAL" is "Fake." While "Actual," "Alike," and "True" can all be considered synonyms or related to the concept of "Real," "Fake" is the word that directly represents the opposite meaning.

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• 12.

### Fill up the blank: He should have __________ me before leaving the office.

• A.

• B.

• C.

• D.

Explanation
The correct answer is "Asked" because it is the past tense form of the verb "ask". In this sentence, the action of asking should have taken place before leaving the office, indicating that it happened in the past. Therefore, "asked" is the appropriate verb form to use in this context.

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• 13.

### Find the odd place:

• A.

Bangalore

• B.

Chennai

• C.

Mumbai

• D.

Thirupathi

D. Thirupathi
Explanation
All the other options are major cities in India, while Thirupathi is a town in the state of Andhra Pradesh known for its famous temple. Therefore, Thirupathi is the odd place among the given options.

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• 14.

### Select the opposite of "SIMILAR."

• A.

Alike

• B.

Different

• C.

Strange

• D.

Secret

B. Different
Explanation
The opposite of "similar" is "different" because similar means having qualities in common, while different means not being the same or not alike.

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• 15.

### Select the word which also means "READY."

• A.

Late

• B.

Prepared

• C.

Lazy

• D.

Afraid

B. Prepared
Explanation
The word "prepared" means ready or organized, indicating that one is ready for a specific task or situation. This word is synonymous with "ready" as both convey the idea of being fully equipped or in a state of readiness.

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• 16.

### Select the word which also means "RICH."

• A.

Correct

• B.

Wealthy

• C.

Healthy

• D.

Good

B. Wealthy
Explanation
The word "wealthy" means having a lot of money or possessions, which is synonymous with being rich. Therefore, "wealthy" is the correct answer as it shares the same meaning as "rich".

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• 17.

### Name this emblem:

• A.

Ashoka Statue

• B.

Ashoka Pillar

• C.

Ashoka Chakra

• D.

Ashok Kumar

B. Ashoka Pillar
Explanation
The correct answer is Ashoka Pillar. The emblem depicted in the options is commonly known as the Ashoka Pillar. It is a symbol associated with the Mauryan emperor Ashoka, who ruled in India during the 3rd century BCE. The Ashoka Pillar is characterized by its tall and slender structure, often topped with a lion capital. It is considered a significant historical and cultural symbol in India, representing Ashoka's principles of non-violence, religious tolerance, and good governance.

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• 18.

### Hepatitis is a disease of which organ of the body?

• A.

Liver

• B.

Heart

• C.

Pancreas

• D.

Brain

A. Liver
Explanation
The correct answer is liver. Hepatitis is a disease that primarily affects the liver. It is characterized by inflammation of the liver, which can be caused by various factors such as viruses, alcohol abuse, or autoimmune disorders. The liver plays a crucial role in detoxifying the body, producing bile, and metabolizing nutrients, so any damage to this organ can have serious health consequences.

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• 19.

### Select the opposite of "COLD."

• A.

Cool

• B.

Easy

• C.

Hot

• D.

Late

C. Hot
Explanation
The opposite of "COLD" is "HOT" because hot and cold are antonyms.

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• 20.

### Select the opposite of "UGLY."

• A.

• B.

Pretty

• C.

Yougn

• D.

Fat

B. Pretty
Explanation
The opposite of "ugly" is "pretty."

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• 21.

### Select the word which also means "SMART."

• A.

Dumb

• B.

Wild

• C.

Old

• D.

Intelligent

D. Intelligent
Explanation
The word "intelligent" means smart. It refers to someone who has a high level of mental capacity and is able to think, reason, and understand things quickly and effectively. Therefore, "intelligent" is the word that also means "smart" in this context.

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• 22.

### Which of these organisms can live both on land as well as water?

• A.

Fish

• B.

Mongoos

• C.

Crocodile

• D.

Bear

C. Crocodile
Explanation
Crocodiles are the only organisms listed that can live both on land and in water. They have adaptations that allow them to thrive in both environments. Crocodiles have webbed feet for swimming, a streamlined body for efficient movement in water, and powerful jaws for catching prey. They can also regulate their body temperature by basking in the sun on land. This versatility allows crocodiles to inhabit a wide range of habitats, from rivers and lakes to swamps and estuaries. Fish are exclusively aquatic, mongooses are terrestrial, and bears primarily live on land, although they may occasionally swim.

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• 23.

### Select the opposite of "THICK."

• A.

Heavy

• B.

Fat

• C.

Thin

• D.

Young

C. Thin
Explanation
"Thin" is the opposite of "thick" because it refers to something that has a small distance between its two opposite sides or surfaces. In contrast, "thick" describes something that has a large distance between its two opposite sides or surfaces. Therefore, "thin" is the correct opposite of "thick."

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• 24.

### Chennai was earlier known as:

• A.

Cochin

• B.

Bombay

• C.

• D.

Trivandrum

Explanation
Chennai was earlier known as Madras. Madras was the former name of the city before it was officially changed to Chennai in 1996. The name Madras was derived from the Portuguese word "Madre de Deus" meaning "Mother of God". The city was named Madras by the British East India Company in the 17th century, and it remained the official name until the state government decided to rename it as Chennai to reflect the local Tamil language pronunciation.

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• 25.

### Select the word which also means "TINY."

• A.

Too thin

• B.

Too small

• C.

Too thick

• D.

Too fast

B. Too small
Explanation
The word "tiny" means extremely small in size. The word "small" also refers to something that is not large in size. Therefore, "Too small" is the correct answer as it has the same meaning as "tiny".

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• 26.

### Wimbledon Trophy is related to which game?

• A.

Lawn Tennis

• B.

Table Tennis

• C.

Hockey

• D.

A. Lawn Tennis
Explanation
The Wimbledon Trophy is awarded to the champions of the Wimbledon tennis tournament, which is one of the most prestigious and oldest tennis tournaments in the world. Therefore, the correct answer is Lawn Tennis.

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• 27.

### The boiling point of Water:

• A.

101 Â°C

• B.

35 Â°C

• C.

100 Â°C

• D.

0 Â°C

C. 100 Â°C
Explanation
Water boils at 100 Â°C. This is the temperature at which water molecules have enough energy to overcome the forces of attraction between them and transition from a liquid to a gas phase. At this temperature, the vapor pressure of water equals the atmospheric pressure, causing the liquid to rapidly vaporize and form bubbles. It is important to note that the boiling point of water can vary slightly depending on factors such as altitude and impurities present in the water. However, under normal atmospheric conditions, the boiling point of water is 100 Â°C.

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• 28.

### No of planets in our solar system:

• A.

5

• B.

10

• C.

9

• D.

6

C. 9
Explanation
There are 9 planets in our solar system. This includes Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, and Pluto.

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• 29.

### A doctor specialized in treating heart-related diseases:

• A.

Dentist

• B.

Neurologist

• C.

Dermatologist

• D.

Cardiologist

D. Cardiologist
Explanation
A doctor specialized in treating heart-related diseases is called a cardiologist. Cardiologists are medical professionals who have extensive knowledge and expertise in diagnosing and treating conditions related to the heart and blood vessels. They are trained to perform various tests and procedures to evaluate heart health, such as electrocardiograms, echocardiograms, and cardiac catheterizations. They also prescribe medications, provide lifestyle recommendations, and may perform surgeries or other interventions when necessary. Cardiologists play a crucial role in preventing, managing, and treating heart diseases, making them the correct answer in this case.

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• 30.

### Identify the Monument:

• A.

Red Fort

• B.

Gateway of India

• C.

India gate

• D.

Taj Mahal

C. India gate
Explanation
The correct answer is India Gate. India Gate is a prominent monument located in New Delhi, India. It is a war memorial built in memory of the Indian soldiers who lost their lives during World War I and the Afghan Wars. The monument is a massive archway made of red sandstone and stands as a symbol of national pride and patriotism. It is a popular tourist attraction and a significant landmark in the city.

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• 31.

### As Sachin is related to Cricket and same Sania Mirza is related to____?

• A.

Hockey

• B.

Tabble Tenis

• C.

Lawn Tennis

• D.

C. Lawn Tennis
Explanation
Sachin is known for his exceptional skills and achievements in cricket, while Sania Mirza is a well-known Indian tennis player. She has represented India in various international tennis tournaments and has achieved great success in the sport. Therefore, it can be concluded that Sania Mirza is related to lawn tennis.

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• 32.

### Find the odd man out:

• A.

Rocket

• B.

Aeroplane

• C.

Helicoptor

• D.

Train

D. Train
Explanation
The odd man out in this group is "Train" because it is the only mode of transportation that does not fly. The other three options, Rocket, Aeroplane, and Helicopter, are all forms of aircraft that are capable of flying in the air.

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• 33.

### Identify this Building:

• A.

Secretariate

• B.

Indian Parliament

• C.

Supreme Court

• D.

Red fort

C. Supreme Court
Explanation
The given correct answer is "Supreme Court." The Supreme Court is the highest judicial authority in India and is located in New Delhi. It is responsible for interpreting the Constitution and ensuring the enforcement of fundamental rights. The building of the Supreme Court is an iconic landmark known for its architectural grandeur and symbolic significance. It houses the offices of the Chief Justice and other judges, as well as courtrooms where important legal cases are heard and decided.

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• 34.

### Fill up the blank: I have been ____________ in this city for the last 10 years.

• A.

Live

• B.

Lives

• C.

Lived

• D.

Living

D. Living
Explanation
The correct answer is "Living" because the sentence is in present perfect continuous tense, indicating an action that started in the past and is still ongoing in the present. Therefore, "Living" is the appropriate verb form to use in this context.

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• 35.

### Tallest mountain in the world:

• A.

Mount Everest

• B.

Kangchenjunga

• C.

K2

• D.

Amazon

A. Mount Everest
Explanation
Mount Everest is the correct answer because it is widely recognized as the tallest mountain in the world. It stands at a height of 8,848 meters (29,029 feet) above sea level and is located in the Himalayas on the border of Nepal and China. Mount Everest has been a popular destination for mountaineers and adventurers, and its summit is considered a major achievement in the climbing community. It is known for its challenging and treacherous conditions, making it a symbol of human endurance and perseverance.

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• 36.

### A strip of 10 tablets costs Rs.100.00. What is the cost per day to a patient if the tablet has to be taken twice a day?

• A.

20

• B.

15

• C.

90

• D.

30

A. 20
Explanation
If a strip of 10 tablets costs Rs.100.00 and the tablet has to be taken twice a day, then the patient would need 20 tablets for a 10-day period. Since the cost of the strip is Rs.100.00, the cost per day to the patient would be Rs.100.00/10 days = Rs.10.00/day. However, since the patient needs to take 2 tablets per day, the cost per day would be Rs.10.00/day x 2 tablets = Rs.20.00/day.

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• 37.

### Select the word which also means "MANY."

• A.

Few

• B.

Plenty

• C.

None

• D.

Little

B. Plenty
Explanation
Plenty means "many" or a large quantity of something. It is the opposite of "few," "none," and "little," which all indicate a small or limited amount. Therefore, "plenty" is the correct answer as it has a similar meaning to "many."

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• 38.

### MRP means:

• A.

• B.

Maximum Recoverable price

• C.

Maximum Retail price

• D.

Maximum Research price

C. Maximum Retail price
Explanation
MRP stands for Maximum Retail Price. It refers to the maximum price at which a product can be sold to the end consumer. It is a price set by the manufacturer or the government to ensure that consumers are not overcharged by retailers. MRP includes the cost of production, transportation, taxes, and a reasonable profit margin for the retailer. It helps in protecting consumers from unfair pricing practices and ensures transparency in the retail market.

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• 39.

### Find the odd out:

• A.

Lungs

• B.

Heart

• C.

Stomach

• D.

Email

D. Email
Explanation
The odd one out in this list is "Email" because it is the only item that is not a part of the human body. The other three items, lungs, heart, and stomach, are all organs found within the human body. Email, on the other hand, is a form of electronic communication and has no physical presence in the body.

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• 40.

### Most populous country:

• A.

India

• B.

China

• C.

USA

• D.

Russia

B. China
Explanation
China is the most populous country in the world. With a population of over 1.4 billion people, it surpasses all other countries in terms of population size. India is also a highly populous country, but China has a slightly higher population. The USA and Russia have significantly smaller populations compared to China and India. Therefore, China is the correct answer for the most populous country.

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• 41.

### Select the opposite of "WEST."

• A.

South

• B.

North

• C.

East

• D.

Centre

C. East
Explanation
The opposite of "WEST" is "EAST" because they are opposite directions on a compass.

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• 42.

### Select the word which also means "SURE."

• A.

Doubtful

• B.

Likely

• C.

Certain

• D.

Smart

C. Certain
Explanation
The word "certain" means "sure" or having no doubt. It is the most suitable synonym for the word "sure" among the given options. "Doubtful" means uncertain or unsure, "likely" means probable or possible, and "smart" means intelligent or clever, none of which have the same meaning as "sure." Therefore, the correct answer is "certain."

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• 43.

### Elephants are known as the largest and heaviest animals on Earth.

• A.

True

• B.

False

B. False
Explanation
Elephants are indeed known as the largest land animals on Earth, but they are not the heaviest. The blue whale holds the title for being the heaviest animal, while elephants are the largest in terms of size and weight on land. Therefore, the statement is false.

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• 44.

### Select the word which also means "GREAT."

• A.

Very soft

• B.

Very fast

• C.

Very hard

• D.

Very good

D. Very good
Explanation
The word "great" means excellent or of high quality. Similarly, the word "very good" also conveys a similar meaning, indicating that something is of high quality or excellent.

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• 45.

### National Game of India:

• A.

• B.

Cricket

• C.

Hockey

• D.

Football

C. Hockey
Explanation
Hockey is considered the national game of India because it has a long and successful history in the country. The Indian hockey team has achieved great success in international competitions, including winning multiple Olympic gold medals. Hockey is also widely played and enjoyed by people of all ages and backgrounds across India. The sport has a strong cultural significance and has played a role in shaping the sporting identity of the nation.

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• 46.

### Select the word which also means "SCARED."

• A.

• B.

Happy

• C.

Afraid

• D.

Angry

C. Afraid
Explanation
The word "afraid" means feeling fear or scared. Therefore, it is the correct answer that also means "scared".

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• 47.

### Select the word which also means "CLOSED."

• A.

Loose

• B.

Ajar

• C.

Open

• D.

Shut

D. Shut
Explanation
The word "shut" means "closed." It refers to the action of closing something completely or sealing it off. Therefore, "shut" is the correct answer as it is synonymous with "closed."

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• 48.

### Select the word which also means "TOTAL."

• A.

Plenty

• B.

Some

• C.

Sum

• D.

C. Sum
Explanation
The word "sum" also means "total."

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• 49.

### How many units are in a dozen?

• A.

6

• B.

10

• C.

12

• D.

8

C. 12
Explanation
A dozen is a term used to refer to a group of twelve units. Therefore, the correct answer is 12.

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• 50.

### Identify the organ:

• A.

Lungs

• B.

Heart

• C.

Liver

• D.

Pancreas

A. Lungs
Explanation
The correct answer is Lungs. The lungs are the organ responsible for breathing and oxygenating the blood. They are located in the chest and are essential for the exchange of oxygen and carbon dioxide.

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