Menu
Daily Write-Ups / FPSC & PPSC MCQS / Q & A

Introduction to Everyday Science MCQs by Miss Nirmal

Introduction to Everyday Science MCQs by Miss Nirmal

Introduction to Everyday Science (EDS) MCQs | Everyday Science (EDS) MCQs by Miss Nirmal | MCQs Related to Introduction to Everyday Science (EDS) | Everyday Science (EDS) MCQs for CSS, PMS and One Paper Aspirants | MCQs by Miss Nirmal | Read, Prepare, Test, and Quizzify at Howfiv

MCQs relating to Introduction to Everyday Science (EDS) have been a favourite area for the paper setter of commission exam, such as FPSC, PPSC, SPSC, BPSC, KKPSC, AJKPSC, NTS, PTS, OTS and all screening tests etc. MCQs related to Introduction to Everyday Science (EDS) have been most of the time included in the 100 marks paper, for BPS 11 to BPS 18, for the posts of Land Records Officer, TMO and Chief council Officer, District Food Controller, AD Anti-Corruption, Excise and Taxation Inspector, Inspector Police/Anti-corruption, Tehsildar, Naib Tehsildar, AD ANF /FIA/IB/ NAB/ISI/Passport/CAA, Civil Judge Exam, Labour Officer and Labour Inspector, Deputy Superintendent Jail, District Zakat Officer, Ministries, Junior clerks Banks etc
It has been noticed that millions of students remain unable to apprehend these scientific terms and developments. Introduction to Everyday Science (EDS) MCQs are the most interactive section updated by Howfiv with its team’s help daily.

Howfiv has successfully gathered and created thousands of exam-relevant questions (MCQs). The category’s questions are generally based on all CSS, FPSC, PPSC, KPPSC, SPSC, BPSC, NTS, AJKPSC, GBPSC past papers MCQs, the most repeated questions, the essential questions from 1980 to date, and advanced practice questions. With the help of Howfiv, Miss Nirmal has compiled the most important MCQs from Introduction to Everyday Science (EDS) to assist millions of students. As soon as you start reading these MCQs, you do not only memorise them but also recall them easily while attempting any one paper exam. Everyday Science MCQs by Miss Nirmal.

What is Howfiv and how the website helps millions of Pakistani students?

Howfiv, Pakistan’s only LMS for 5.5 million Competitive and entrance exam students, is the most credible exam preparatory source available in the country for millions of competitive students. It is a place where curious readers, passionate learners, dedicated aspirants and expert knowledge come together. The mission of Howfiv is to help millions of students prepare for their next exams confidently – anywhere, anytime and make them more competitive and successful in their lives. On a daily basis, more than 25,000 students prepare for multiple subjects to excel in their knowledge to qualify for their government exams, conducted by FPSC, PPSC, SPSC, KPPSC, BPSC, NTS, CSS, PMS, PMA, PAF, PN, etc. Whether you have planned to go for or have started preparing for One Paper Commission Exams, Howfiv is the place that suits your needs and helps you qualify for your dreamed exams.

These One Liners are best for the following types of tests:

Deputy Director, Federal Investigation Agency (FIA)Inspector Customs, (FBR)
Assistant Director Investigation (AD – FIA)Intelligence Officer (FBR)
Assistant Director Legal (AD Legal – FIA)Preventive Officer (FBR)
Inspector Investigation (FIA)Appraising/Valuation Officer (FBR)
Assistant Director, Ministry of Defense (AD – MOD)Police Inspector (Railway)
Junior Admin Officer (MOD)Sub-Inspector (Railway)
Civilian Labor Officer (MOD)Assistant Director, Ministry of Communications
Deputy Director, Intelligence Bureau (I.B)Assistant Director, Ministry of Overseas & Human Resources
Assistant Director (I.B)Assistant Director in Federal Secretariat
Inspector (I.B)Assistant Director in Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Deputy Director of National Accountability Bureau (NAB)Assistant Director in Interior Ministry
Assistant Director, National Accountability Bureau (NAB)Assistant Director in the Ministry of Finance
Investigation Officer (NAB)Assistant Director in Cabinet Division
Junior Investigation Officer (NAB)Assistant Director in Economic Division
Assistant (NAB)Assistant Director in Ports & Shipping
Assistant Director Anti-CorruptionAssistant Director LDA/MDA
Assistant Director PassportAssistant Private Secretary
Assistant Superintendent Jail Assistant Director in Establishment Division
Deputy Superintendent Jail Research Officer in Planning and Development
Assistant Director of Land RecordsResearch Officer in Senate
ASI Police & S.I PoliceResearch Officer in the National Assembly
Assistant Food ControllerSupervisor in Food Department 
Civil Judges Exams Assistant Director, Airport Security Force (ASF)
Tehsildar & Naib-Tehsildar ExamsAssistant Security Officer (ASF)
Assistant Registrar CooperativeDeputy Assistant Officer (ASF)
Labour Officer & Labour InspectorInspector (ASF)
Assistant Director, Anti-Narcotics Force (ANF)Inspector (ANF)
By Howfiv Website

The MCQs by Miss Nirmal are as follows:

srQuestionsource_textopt_aopt_bopt_copt_dans
1Which of the following is considered a component of lipids?Introduction to Everyday Science by Miss NirmalPlasma cellsFatty acidsNucleic acidZincb
2Blood enters the lungs from which chamber of the heart?Introduction to Everyday Science by Miss NirmalRight atriumLeft atriumRight ventricleleft ventriclec
3Antipyretic drugs are drugs that lower your body ________ from a raised state.Introduction to Everyday Science by Miss NirmalTemperatureHearPressureNone of thesea
4NSAIDs are which kinds of drugs?Introduction to Everyday Science by Miss NirmalAnti-inflammatoryAntipyreticPain relieversAll of thesed
5The world’s oldest medical text is about _______ years old.Introduction to Everyday Science by Miss Nirmal950200040003000c
6What drug, discovered in 1944, was the first to be effective against tuberculosis?Introduction to Everyday Science by Miss NirmalPenicillinErythromycinQuinineStreptomycind
7In 1960,American virologist John Enders developed the vaccine for:Introduction to Everyday Science by Miss NirmalAnthraxPolioMeaslesTuberculosisc
8Which Muslim Scientist regarded as the “father of modern surgery”?Introduction to Everyday Science by Miss NirmalNasir Al-Din Al-TusiAbu Bakar Muhammad Ibn YahyaAbu al-Qasim al-ZahrawiMuhammad Al-Idrisic
9William Harvey’s experimental work was revolutionary. He is mostly known for work on:Introduction to Everyday Science by Miss NirmalThe volume of the bladderThe functions of the skinThe waves of the brainThe circulation of the bloodd
10What percentage of urea does contain nitrogen?Introduction to Everyday Science by Miss Nirmal0.460.660.360.86a
11Rectified spirit contains alcohol about:Introduction to Everyday Science by Miss Nirmal0.80.850.90.95d
12X-ray is:Introduction to Everyday Science by Miss NirmalElectromagnetic waveThe flow of positive chargeThe flow of neutral practicesThe flow of electronb
13Geothermal energy can be obtained from the heating rocks by the:Introduction to Everyday Science by Miss NirmalIgneous rocksHigh temperature waterDecay of radioactive elementAll of thesed
14The Earth’s rocks are in molten and partly molten state, usually within the Earth’s surface of:Introduction to Everyday Science by Miss Nirmal5 km10 km15 km18 kmb
15High temperature water with pressure ,come to the surface as:Introduction to Everyday Science by Miss NirmalHot springsGeysersSteam ventsAll of thesed
16Earth receivers huge amount of energy directly from:Introduction to Everyday Science by Miss NirmalWaterMoonSunNone of thesec
17Who invented the electroencephalogram?Introduction to Everyday Science by Miss NirmalEmile BerlinerJacques BrandenbergerGerd Karl BinningHans Bergerd
18Who invented the first stethoscope?Introduction to Everyday Science by Miss NirmalLewis LatimerRene LaennecRobert LedleyIrving Langmuirb
19Who invented disposable diapers?Introduction to Everyday Science by Miss NirmalSarah BooneRachel BrownMarion DonovanMary Andersonc
20The outer skin of a cell is called a what?Introduction to Everyday Science by Miss NirmalNucleusMitochondriaCytoplasmMembraned
21Who invented the artificial kidney dialysis machine?Introduction to Everyday Science by Miss NirmalPerry SpencerFrank ColtonWilliam J.KolffPatsy Shermanc
22What is the medical term for “fever”?Introduction to Everyday Science by Miss NirmalHypothermiaPyrexiaHypertensionThermophiliab
23What vital sign is most susceptible to conscious control?Introduction to Everyday Science by Miss NirmalBlood pressureRespirationsTemperaturePulse rateb
24What is another name for Acetylsalicylic Acid?Introduction to Everyday Science by Miss NirmalVitamin CProzacViagraAspirind
25Which of the following is the lightest substance known?Introduction to Everyday Science by Miss NirmalOxygenNitrogenHydrogenCarbonc
26Which of the following is not considered a type of radiation ray?Introduction to Everyday Science by Miss NirmalGammaBetaAlphaInfraredd
27Which of the following best describes the biomechanics of breathing?Introduction to Everyday Science by Miss NirmalPump motionLever actionInspirationExpirationb
28Animals that eat meat almost exclusively are known as:Introduction to Everyday Science by Miss NirmalHerbivoresCarnivoresProlific organismsArthropodsb
29In old age, people generally have to wear spectacles for reading and writing because:Introduction to Everyday Science by Miss NirmalTheir eye illness start disintegratingThey lose the power of accommodationTheir iris contractsThe lenses lose their magnifying powerb
30Television signals cannot be received ordinarily beyond a particular distance due to:Introduction to Everyday Science by Miss NirmalWeakness of the signalsWeak antennaAbsorption of signals in the airCurvature of Earthd
31Grass looks green because:Introduction to Everyday Science by Miss NirmalIt absorbs all the colours in the spectrum except greenIt absorbs only green from the spectrumThe eye absorbs green from the grassIt is a good radiatora
32Why is platinum wire used inside very narrow glass rods?Introduction to Everyday Science by Miss NirmalPlatinum expands very little compared to glassPlatinum and glass have the same linear coefficients of expansionGlass is a bad conductor of heatPlatinum does not melt at low temperatureb
33A large iceberg melts at the base but not at the top, because:Introduction to Everyday Science by Miss NirmalThe base of an iceberg remains in warmer surroundingsIce at the base contains impuritiesDue to high pressure, ice at the base lowers its melting pointIce at the top may be of a different kindc
34The principle underlying a microwave oven is:Introduction to Everyday Science by Miss NirmalHeat generation by nuclear powerHeat for the microwaves are the same as heat wavesMicrowaves vibrates the water molecules in foodNone of thesec
35When you rub together two blocks of ice the immediate effect will be that?Introduction to Everyday Science by Miss NirmalThey melt fasterThey stick togetherThey become hardThe temperature will decreasea
36Cooking is quicker in a pressure cooker because:Introduction to Everyday Science by Miss NirmalIncreased pressure raises the boiling pointSteam is not wastedSteam cooks food fasterWater boils at a lower temperaturea
37The sky is blue in colour because of:Introduction to Everyday Science by Miss NirmalThe moisture present in the airThe scattering of light by dust particles or air moleculesCombination of various lights producing blue colourAll of theseb
38Influenza is caused by a:Introduction to Everyday Science by Miss NirmalVirusFungusAlgaeBacteriuma
39Neurons connect together at a:Introduction to Everyday Science by Miss NirmalSynergyTerminal siteDocking stationSynapsed
40Which of the following describes the shoulder joint?Introduction to Everyday Science by Miss NirmalBall and socket jointSaddle jointHinge jointPivot jointa

If you want to practice or test all MCQs related to Introduction to Everyday Science, kindly visit Quiz Corner. If you want to learn, prepare, or memorize them all, kindly visit MCQs Feed

About Miss Nirmal Hasni

Nirmal Hasni, serving in a Federal Government Organization since 2013, aims to help the students in building and defending an objective stance on the current economic, social, political and governance issues prevalent in and related to Pakistan.

Howfiv's One Paper Course
Howfiv’s One Paper Course
Available Online Courses
  1. Howfiv’s One Paper Commission Exam Prep Course | 2-Month Course | Let’s Register Now
  2. Online CSS, PMS English Class by Sir Syed Kazim Ali | Let’s Read How to Join
Blogs by Sir Syed Kazim Ali
Blogs by Sir Ch. Rameez
Blogs by Miss Nirmal
Blogs by Miss Bakhtawar
Blogs by Miss Syeda Saba

Blogs by Sir Hamza Asif

CSS Past Paper MCQs (2000 to 2021)
Advanced Practice for CSS Aspirants
Articles and news that you might love to read!
1,020 Views

No Comments

    Leave a Reply

    error: Content is protected !!