MCA CET Mock Test No. 1
All Questions are Compulsory Marks : 50 Time:30 Min
Name(Full Name : LastName FirstName Middle Name
New arts commerce & Sci College, Ahmednagar
Dada Patil College, Karjat
Shri Chhatrapati Shivaji Mahavidyalay, Shrigonda
Gandhi College, Kada
Premraj Sarda College, Ahmednagar
S D M College, Newasa
Ahmednagar College, Ahmednagar
Radhabai Kale, Ahmednagar
Jijamata College, Bhenda
K J Somaiya, Kopargaon
S W College, Khandgaon
ACS College, Sonai
AKCIT College, Shevgaon
M J S College, Shrigonda
New Arts Commerce & Sci College, Shevgaon
Arts Commerce College, Ashti
C D Jain College, Shrirampur
Deolali Pravara college- Deolai
1. Find the sentence with grammatical error
a. We discussed about the problem so thoroughly
b. on the eve of the examination
c. that I found it very easy to work it out.
d. No error.
2. Find the sentence with grammatical error
a. An Indian ship
b. laden with merchandise
c. got drowned in the Pacific Ocean.
d. No error.
3. Find the sentence with grammatical error
a. The Indian radio
b. which was previously controlled by the British rulers
c. is free now from the narrow vested interests.
d. No error.
4. Choose the word which is exact opposite to: ENORMOUS
5. Find the correctly spelt word
6. Pick out the most effective word(s) from the given words to fill in the blank to make the sentence meaningfully complete: The miser gazed ...... at the pile of gold coins in front of him.
7. Which option will improve the given sentence; The workers are hell bent at getting what is due to them.
a. hell bent on getting
b. hell bent for getting
c. hell bent upon getting
d. No improvement
8. From the given alternatives, choose the one which best expresses the given sentence in Passive/Active voice: After driving professor Kumar to the museum she dropped him at his hotel.
a. After being driven to the museum, Professor Kumar was dropped at his hotel.
b. Professor Kumar was being driven dropped at his hotel.
c. After she had driven Professor Kumar to the museum she had dropped him at his hotel.
d. After she was driven Professor Kumar to the museum she had dropped him at his hotel.
9. From the given alternatives, choose the one which best expresses the given sentence in Passive/Active voice: I remember my sister taking me to the museum.
a. I remember I was taken to the museum by my sister.
b. I remember being taken to the museum by my sister.
c. I remember myself being taken to the museum by my sister.
d. I remember taken to the museum by my sister.
10. Select the pair which has the same relationship
a. Producer/ Theatre
b. Director/ Drama
c. Conductor/ Bus
d. Thespian/ Play
11. Choose word which best expresses: CORPULENT
12. Choose word which best expresses: BRIEF
13. Choose the word which is exact opposite to: COMMISSIONED
14. Choose the word which is exact opposite to: ARTIFICIAL
15. Pick out the most effective word(s) from the given words to fill in the blank to make the sentence meaningfully complete: Fate smiles ...... those who untiringly grapple with stark realities of life.
Directions (16-20): Read the following passage carefully and then answer the question given below it.
Over four hundred years after his death, scholars are still travelling the mysteries of Michelengelo’s art. Recently one mystery that was revealed was that his famous painting of a pensive Cleopatra included a hidden drawing of a different Cleopatra on the reverse side. This hidden Cleopatra shows a tormented woman, whose eyes stare out at the viewer and whose mouth is open, screaming in horror. The two images, drawn on two sides of the same paper, can be viewed simultaneously. The second mystery concerns Michelengelo’s architectural plan for the dome of St. Peter’s Basilica in Rome. Did he intend for the dome to look like the model he built between 1558 and 1561? Or did he change his mind after building the model and decide to elevate the dome in the way it is today? Scholars do not agree on the answer. The third mystery about one of the greatest artists who ever lived was why he destroyed hundreds of thousands of his drawings before he died. Did he feel they were unimportant? Did he want posterity to see only his finished products?
16. It can be inferred from the passage that the most unusual aspect of the Cleopatra drawing is that
A. one drawing is backward
B. one drawing is hidden
C. the figure is tormented
D. the figure is screaming
17. The word ‘pensive’ in the passage can be best substituted with the word
18. The dome of St. Peter’s Basilica
A. is raised more than the one in the model
B. was destroyed after the model was built
C. bears no relation to the one in the model
D. follows the plan of the model
19. . According to the passage, Michelangelo is
A. a depressed man
B. the most famous architect in Rome
C. one of the greatest artists in the world
D. a private person
20. Why did Michelangelo destroy so many drawings before he died?
A. They were only drafts
B. Nobody knows
C. They were unimportant
D. He had changed the drawings
Directions (21-25): Read the following passage carefully and then answer the question given below it.
A long time ago, on a big tree in the lap of the mountain, lived a bird named Sindhuka. It was a rather special bird because its droppings turned into gold as soon as they hit the ground.
One day, a hunter came to the tree in search of prey and he saw Sindhuka’s droppings hit the ground and turn into gold. The hunter was struck with wonder. He thought, “I have been hunting birds and small animals since I was a boy, but in all my 80 years, I have never seen such a miraculous creature. “He decided that he had to catch the bird somehow. He climbed the tree and skillfully set a trap for the bird. The bird, quite unaware of the danger it was in, stayed on the tree and sang merrily. But it was soon caught in the hunter’s trap. The hunter immediately seized it and shoved it into a cage.
The hunter took the bird home joyfully. But as he had time to think over his good fortune later he suddenly realized, “If the king comes to know of this wonder, he will certainly take away the bird from me and he might even punish me for keeping such a rare treasure all to myself. So it would be safer and more honourable if I were to go to the king and present the unique bird to him.”
The next day, the hunter took the bird to the king and presented it to him in court with great reverence. The king was delighted to receive such an unusual and rare gift. He told his courtiers to keep the bird safe and feed it with the best bird food available.
The king’s prime minister though, was reluctant to accept the bird. He said “O Rajah, how can you believe the word of a foolish hunter and accept this bird? Has anyone in our kingdom ever seen a bird dropping gold? The hunter must be either crazy or telling lies. I think it is best that you release the bird from The cage.”
After a little thought, the king felt that his prime minister’s words were correct. So he ordered the bird to be released. But as soon as the door of the cage was thrown open, the bird flew out, perched itself on a nearby doorway and defecated. To everyone’s surprise, the dropping immediately turned into gold. The king mourned his loss.
21. Which of the following is possibly the most appropriate title for the story?
The Skilled Hunter
b) The King’s Prime Minister
c) The King’s Defeat
d) The Bird with The Gold Dropping
e) The Trials And Tribulations of The Foolish Bird Sindhuka
22. Which of the following emotions made the hunter gift the bird to the king?
23. Which of the following is TRUE according to the story?
a) Birds like Sindhuka were very common in the area near the mountain.
b) Sindhuka remained caged for the rest of its life.
c) Sindhuka was unaware of the trap laid by the hunter.
d) The king, when told not to accept the bird, did not listen to his prime minister.
e) All are true
24. Why was the King’s prime minister reluctant to accept the bird?
He believed that the bird would die if caged
b) He knew about the hunter’s habit of lying
c) He believed that the bird would bring bad luck to the king
d) His sources had informed him that the hunter was crazy
e) None of these
25. How did the hunter find Sindhuka?
He had read stories about the bird and had set traps at various locations in the city.
b) He followed the bird’s droppings.
c) He was on the looking for a prey when he chanced upon it.
d) People from the city had informed him about the bird’s whereabouts.
e) He was attracted by the bird’s calls.
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