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## MENIIT Scholarship Test [MST]

MST (MENIIT Scholarship Test) is an initiative of MENIIT to inspire and support the students of economically weaker sections. MST provides an opportunity to avail up to 100% scholarship in tuition fee for MENIIT classroom courses. The MST (MENIIT Scholarship Test) consists of multiple-choice questions of moderate difficulty level. MST is conducted to test logical thinking and fundamentals in the form of multiple-choice questions.Referring to and practicing fundamental concepts will be highly beneficial. The scholarship will be applicable on NEET, JEE & Foundation Classroom courses.

## MENIIT Scholarship Test [MST] Foundation Sample Paper

1. If a rock is brought from the surface of the moon:
(A) its mass will change
(B) its weight will change, but not mass
(C) both mass and weight will change
(D) its mass and weight will remain the same

2. How many dynes are equal to 1N?
(A) 106
(B) 104
(C) 105
(D) 103

3. When an object undergoes acceleration:
(A) its speed always increases
(B) its velocity always increases
(C) it always falls towards the earth
(D) a force always acts on it

4. The net force acting on a body of mass 1 kg moving with a uniform velocity of 5 ms–1 is:
(A) 5 N
(B) 0.2 N
(C) 0 N
(D) None of these

5. A force when applied brings change in –
(A) Direction of motion of the body
(B) Speed of moving body
(C) Shape of the body
(D) all of the above

6. While racing, suppose that a cyclist of mass 45 kg is travelling with an acceleration of 30m/s2, Calculate the force acting on cyclist
(A) 1250N.
(B) 1350N.
(C) 1500N.
(D) 1870N.

7. The S.I. unit of pressure is:
(A) Newton
(B) Dyne/cm2
(C) Pascal
(D) Joule

8. At high altitudes the air pressure (as compared to pressure of the surface of the Earth) is
(A) less
(B) more
(C) same
(D) none of these

9. The pressure in a liquid at greater depth is
(A) smaller
(B) greater
(C) same
(D) none of these

10. For a fixed area of contact, the pressure exerted:
(A) increases with increase in force
(B) increases with decrease in force
(C) is independent of force
(D) none of these

11. A force of 50 N is applied normally on a table top of area 2 m2. Then the pressure exerted on the table top is:
(A) 25 Nm–2
(B) 50 Nm–2
(C) 10 Nm–2
(D) 100 Nm–2

12. Atmospheric pressure is measured by:
(A) Barometer
(B) manometer
(C) screw gauge
(D) none of these

13. Friction can be increased by:
(A) making the surface rough
(B) increasing the mass of object
(C) both (A) and (B)
(D) none of these

14. A body is sliding down an inclined plane as shown in the figure. Direction of frictional force acting on the block is:
(A) along AB
(B) along BA
(C) vertically upwards
(D) vertically downwards

15. Which is not true?
(A) air exerts friction
(B) rise in temperature due to friction in atmosphere burns meteors
(C) corrugations on soles of shoes reduce friction
(D) none of above

16. Frictional force increases with the increase in
(A) roughness of the surface
(B) smoothness of the surface
(C) distance between two bodies
(D) none of these

17. The flying machine offering the least frictional force should be
(A) irregular
(B) tree-like
(C) symmetrical with many arms
(D) streamlined

18. What is the name of short duration wave?
(A) Pulse
(B) Frequency
(C) Time period
(D) Velocity

19. Sound is produced by :
(A) A body at rest
(B) A body moving with a uniform velocity
(C)A body moving with constant acceleration
(D) A vibrating body

20. Sound travels fastest in following :
(A) Air
(B) Water
(C) Iron
(D) Vacuum

21. With the rise of temperature, the velocity of sound
(A) Decreases
(B) Increases
(C) Remains the same
(D) Is independent of temperature

22. Voice of a person is recognised by its :
(A) Pitch
(B) Quality
(C) Intensity
(D) Velocity

23. Hertz is unit of :
(A) time period
(B) wavelength
(C) frequency
(D) wave velocity

24. Sound of frequencies below 20 Hz are called:
(A) Infrasonic
(B) Ultrasonic
(C) Supersonic
(D) None of these

25. When a glass rod is rubbed with silk, it acquires a positive charge because :
(A) Electrons are added to it
(B) Protons are added to it
(C) Protons are removed from it
(D) Electrons are removed from it

26. Good conductors have many loosely bound :
(A) Molecules
(B) Atoms
(C) Protons
(D) Electrons

27. Which of the following is a conductor?
(A) Vacuum
(B) Copper
(C) Mica
(D) Pure water

28. Conventionally the direction of the current is taken as :
(A) the direction of flow of negative charge
(B) the direction of flow of atoms
(C) the direction of flow of molecules
(D) the direction of flow of positive charge

29. When circuit is open then ;
(A) No electric current flow through it
(B) electric current flow through it
(C) Key is closed
(D) Both A and B

30. A negative charged ion is called :
(A) atom
(B) cation
(C) anion
(D) electron

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