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REET Level-2 : Science Previous Year Question Paper


REET Level-2 Science Previous Year Question Year 2018

 

REET Level-2 Science Previous Year Question Year


1. Cristae are found in which cell organelle?

A. Golgi bodies

B. Mitochondria

C. Endoplasmic reticulum

 D. Chloroplast

 

2. Which is an insectivorous plant?

A. Cuscuta

B. Utricularia

C. Monotropa

D. Orobanche

 

3. Which is a red planet in Solar system?

A. Mercury

B. Venus

C. Mars

D. Saturn

 

4. DOTS is a short form of

A. Directly Observed Treatment, Short Course

B. Directly Observed Treatment Scheme

C. Distantly Observed Treatment Scheme

D. Distantly Observed Treatment Schedule

 

5. Which food group is richest in energy in terms of kCal per gram?

A. Cereal, Millet and Pulses

B. Vegetables and Fruites

C. Milk and Milk products, Egg, Meat and Fishes

D. Oil & Fats and Nuts & Oilseeds

 

6. Which one of the following statement is correct with reference to Luteinizing Hormone (LH)?

A. It stimulates Leydig cells to produce testosterone.

B. It is a neurohormone.

C. It is secreted by Graafian follicles.

D. It does not show synergism with FSH.

 

7. The strategy of alternation between sexual an asexual reproduction is known as

A. Polyembryony

B. Parthenogenesis

C. Heterogamy

D. Apomixis

 

8. Objectives related to affective domain mainly concerned with

A. Knowledge

B. Application

C. Valuing

D. Comprehension

 

 

9. Which one of the following is not a characteristic of a good test?

A. Reliability

B. Planning

C. Objectivity

D. Discrimination

 

10. An example of projected teaching aid is

 A. Bulletin Board

B. Overhead projector

C. Chart

D. Model

 

11. Out of the following which teaching method gives importance to the mental conclusion?

A. Lecture-cum-Demonstration method

B. Lecture method

C. Problem solving method

D. Laboratory method

 

12. Out of the following which comes under “Product of Science”?

A. Scientific laws

B. Scientific attitude

C. Formulation of hypothesis

D. Experimentation

 

 

13. Out of the following which innovative teaching method covers all domains of objectives of teaching?

A. Team teaching

B. Micro teaching

C. Brain storming

D. Programmed instruction

 

14. Which type of teaching should be planned after diagnosting the learning difficulties of the students in science teaching?

A. Micro teaching

B. Team teaching

C. Diagnostic teaching

D. Remedial teaching

 

15. A systematic process of determining the extent to which educational objectives are achieved by the pupils is known as

A. Training

B. Evaluation

C. Diagnosis

D. Experiments

 

16. “Defining” Action verb is related with which behavioral objectives?

A. Affective

B. Psychomotor

C. Cognitive

D. Affective and Psychomotor

 

17. Out of the following frame of Linear Programmed Instruction, which of the following frame is exactly related with teaching-learning content?

A. Teaching frame

B. Introductory frame

C. Testing frame

D. Practice frame

 

18. An object of mass 0.75 kg is hanging from a string attached to roof. What will be the force applied by string on the object?

A. 8.45 N

B. 7.35 N

C. 6.85 N

D. 9.8 N

 

19. Which of the following statement is true for an oscillating simple pendulum?

A. Potential energy is minimum at maximum displacement position

B. Potential energy is maximum at maximum displacement position.

C. Kinetic energy is minimum at equilibrium position.

D. Potential energy is maximum at equilibrium position.

 

20. Which of the following temperature is not possible? www.reetprep.com

A. -8 oF

B. -8 oC

C. -8 k

D. -8 oR

 

21. 1 joule is equivalent to

A. 4.2 kCal

B. 4.2 Cal

C. 1 kCal 4.2

D. 1 Cal 4.2

 

22. What should be the minimum height of a plane mirror to get full image of an object of 2 m height?

A. 1 m

B. 2 m

C. 4 m

D. 0.5 m

 

23. Sound transmission takes place as

A. Stationary transverse wave

B. Progressive transverse wave

C. Progressive longitudinal wave

 D. Particle form

 

24. Which of the following is a Greenhouse gas?

A. Nitrogen

B. Hydrogen

C. Oxygen

D. Nitrous Oxides

 

25. Chemical formula of Ammonium nitride is

A. NH4N

B. (NH4)2N3

C. (NH4)3N

D. (NH4)3N2

 

26. Monomers used to prepare artificial fibre Dacron is

A. Ethylene glycol and Acrylonitrile

B. Ethylene glycol and Vinyl Chloride

C. Ethylene glycol and Terepthalic Acid

D. Ethylene glycol and Acetonitrile

 

27. Antacid substance used for the treatment of acidity in stomach is

A. Caustic soda

B. Caustic Potash

C. Milk of Magnesia

D. Lunar Caustic

 

28. Coal containing maximum percentage of carbon is

A. Peat

B. Lignite

C. Bituminous

D. Anthracite


 

29. Which of the following is an output device?

A. Magnetic Ink Character Recognition (MICR)

B. Optical Character Recognition (OCR)

C. Optical Mark Reading (OMR)

D. Visual Display Unit (VDU)

 

 

30. Who discovered Penicillin?

A. Edward Jenner

B. Robert Hooke

C. Robert Koch

D. Alexander Fleming

 

 

 

REET Level-2 Science Previous Year Question Year 2016


 

1. 1 N is equal to how many dyne?

A. 104

B. 105

C. 103

D. 106

 

2. Which mode of transportation of heat is essentially not required the medium?

A. Conduction

B. Convection

C. Radiation

D. All not required

 

3. The velocity of sound in air is taken as 332 m/s. If the pressure of gas is taken double, then what will be the velocity of sound in air?

A. 996 m/s

B. 664 m/s

C. 166 m/s

D. 332 m/s

 

4. The escape velocity from the surface of the Earth is

A. 11.2 km/s

B. 11.2 m/s

C. 11.2 cm/s

D. 11.2 mm/s


5. Natural fibers are

A. Cotton

B. Wool

C. Silk

D. All of these

 

6. Composition percentage of CaO and SiO2 in Portland cement is

A. 40-45% and 10-15%

B. 85-90% and 40-45%

C. 60-68% and 17-24%

D. 3-10% and 80-90%

 

7. Examples of Web Browser are -

(i) Mozilla

(ii) Opera

(iii) Netscape Navigator

(iv) Netscape

(v) Internet Explorer

(vi) Mozilla Firefox

 

A. (i), (v) and (vi)

B. (ii), (iii), and (iv)

C. (i), (ii) and (iii)

D. All of these

 

 

8. Asteroids are found in between the orbits of

A. Saturn and Jupiter

B. Mars and Jupiter

C. Earth and Mars

D. Saturn and Uranus

 

 

9. SONAR is used for

A. measuring distance, direction and velocity of objects in water

B. measuring distance direction and velocity of objects in air

C. measuring distance and direction ofobjects in water

D. measuring direction and velocity of objects in air

 

 

10. Which of the statements about the reaction given below are incorrect?

2PbO(s) + C(s) 2PbS(s) + CO2(g)

(i) Lead is getting reduced.

(ii) Carbon dioxide is getting oxidized.

(iii) Carbon is getting oxidized.

(iv) Lead oxide is getting reduced.

 A. (i) and (ii)

B. (i) and (iii)

C. (i), and (iii)

D. All of these

 

 

11. Write the products of following chemical reaction-

                           2FeS04 .7H20 ----- M------ X + Y + Z

A. M = FeS04, X = FeO, Y = S02, Z = S03

B. M= Fe2(S04)3, X = Fe203, Y = S02, Z= H2O

C. M = 2FeSO4, X = Fe2O3, Y = SO2, Z = SO3

D. M = Fe2 (SO2)3, X = FeO, Y = S02, Z = H2O


 

12. Latent heat of vaporization is

A. the heat energy required to change 10 g ol liquid to gas at atmospheric pressure at its boiling point

B. the heat energy required to change 1 L of liquid to gas at atmospheric pressure at Its boiling point

C. the heat energy required to change 1 mL of liquid to gas at atmospheric pressure at its boiling point

D. the heat energy required to change 1 kg of a liquid to gas at atmospheric pressure at its boiling point


 

13. How many number of particles will be in 8g of O2 molecules?

A. 15.1x1023

B. 1.51 x 1023

C. 15.1x1013

D. 1.15 x1013

 


14. What happens when dry slaked lime reacted with chlorine gas?

A. Bleaching powder forms

B. Baking soda forms

C. Washing soda forms

D. Plaster of Paris forms

 

15. Who is Father of Biology?

A. Lemark

B. Aristotle

C. Theophrastus

D. Charles Darwin

 

16. Which one of the following activity is action verbs?

A. To see

B. To underline

C. To listen

D. To know

 

 

17. "Science is an attempt to make the chaotic diversity of our sense experiences correspond to logically uniform system of thought". Above mentioned definition of Science is given by."

 A. WC Dampier

B. Albert Einstein

C. Pt. JL Nehru

D. JB Conant

 

18. Which methods is Child centered?

A. Project method

B. Problem solving method

C. Laboratory method

D. All of the above

 

19. Who has given Taxonomy of teaching objectives?

A. Robert Miller

B. NE Groundland

C. BS Bloom

D. Herbert Spencer

 

20. Father of Branching programmed instruction

A. BF Skinner

B. Norman A Crowder

C. Thomas F Gilbert

D. Thorndike

 

 

21. Which one of the following is co-curricular activity in Science teaching?

A. Black Board

B. Science Fairs

C. Text-book

D. Audio-visual Aids

 

 

22. Which of the following is an Audio Aids?

A. OHP

B. Epidiascope

C. Gramophone

D. Magic Lantern

 

23. Main purpose of Evaluation is

A. to set question paper only

B. to know learner's performance and bring Improvement

C. to maintain discipline

D. to conduct examination only

 

24. Whose last step is remedial teaching?

A. Inquiry model

B. Interpretive teaching

C. Diagnostic teaching

D. None of these

 

25. Which of the following body part of plant is haploid?

A. Gamete

B. Flower

C. Ovary

D. Anther

 

26. Which of the following bacteria is beneficial for mankind?

A. Streptococcus

B. Salmonella

C. Penicillium

D. All of these

 

27. Gastric juice contains

A. Pepsin, Lipase. Renin

B. Trypsin, Lipase, Renin

C. Trypsin, Pepsin, Renin

D. Pepsin, Trypsin, Lipase

 

28. Which of the following is a micronutrient for plants?

A. Sulphur

B. Manganese

C. Magnesium

D. Phosphorus

 

29. Which cells synthesize and secrete testicular hormones (androgens) in man?

A. Sertoli cells

B. Mucus cells

C. Spermatogonia

D. Leydig cells

 

30. The approximate temperature of the body of a healthy person is

A. 370C

B. 370K

 C. 370F

D. 370B

 

 

 

 

 





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