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NVS ADMISSION CLASS SIX PREVIOUS YEAR PAPER 2004


SECTION – I –MENTAL ABILITY

PART – I

Directions (Q. Nos. 1-10) In the following questions, four figures (1), (2), (3) and (4) are given. Out of these four figures, three are similar, one way or the other but one figure is different. Spot out the different figure.

Question 1. Multiple Choice,

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Question 2. Multiple Choice,

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Question 3. Multiple Choice,

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Question 4. Multiple Choice,

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Question 5. Multiple Choice,

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Question 6. Multiple Choice,

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Question 7. Multiple Choice,

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Question 8. Multiple Choice,

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Question 9. Multiple Choice,

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Question 10. Multiple Choice,

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V1
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 4

PART – II

Directions (Q. Nos. 11-20) In the following questions, a problem figure is given on the left side. Four answer figures (1), (2), (3) and (4) are given on the right side. Spot out the figure similar to the problem figure.

Question 11. Multiple Choice,

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 2
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 4

Question 12. Multiple Choice,

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 1
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 4

Question 13. Multiple Choice,

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Question 14. Multiple Choice,

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V4

Question 15. Multiple Choice,

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Question 16. Multiple Choice,

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Question 17. Multiple Choice,

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Question 18. Multiple Choice,

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Question 19. Multiple Choice,

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Question 20. Multiple Choice,

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PART – III

Directions (Q. Nos. 21-30) In the following questions, a problem figure is given on the left side which is incomplete. One out of the four answer figures (1), (2), (3) and (4) are given on the right side can complete the same. You have to locate the answer figure which if inserted in the problem figure, without changing the direction, completes the same.

Question 21. Multiple Choice,

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 3
 4

Question 22. Multiple Choice,

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 1
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Question 23. Multiple Choice,

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 3
 4

Question 24. Multiple Choice,

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 1
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Question 25. Multiple Choice,

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Question 26. Multiple Choice,

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Question 27. Multiple Choice,

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Question 28. Multiple Choice,

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Question 29. Multiple Choice,

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Question 30. Multiple Choice,

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V1
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PART – IV

Directions (Q. Nos. 31-40) In the following questions, there are three problem figures and the space for the fourth figure is left blank. The problem figures are in series. Pick one figure from among the answer figures given on which occupies the blank space for the fourth figure and which completes the series. Indicate your answer.

Question 31. Multiple Choice,

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Question 32. Multiple Choice,

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Question 33. Multiple Choice,

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Question 34. Multiple Choice,

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Question 35. Multiple Choice,

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Question 36. Multiple Choice,

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Question 37. Multiple Choice,

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Question 38. Multiple Choice,

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Question 39. Multiple Choice,

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Question 40. Multiple Choice,

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PART – V

Directions (Q. Nos. 41-50) In the following questions, three problem figures followed by a mark of interrogation (?) for the fourth one. There exists a relationship between the first two problem figures. A similar relationship should exist between the third and fourth problem figures. Select one figure from the answer figures which replaces the mark of interrogation (?).

Question 41. Multiple Choice,

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Question 42. Multiple Choice,

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Question 43. Multiple Choice,

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Question 44. Multiple Choice,

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Question 45. Multiple Choice,

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Question 46. Multiple Choice,

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Question 47. Multiple Choice,

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Question 48. Multiple Choice,

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Question 49. Multiple Choice,

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Question 50. Multiple Choice,

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PART – VI

Directions (Q. Nos. 51-60) In the following questions, one part of a square is given on the left-hand side and the other one is among the four figures (1), (2), (3) and (4) on the right-hand side. Find the figure on the right-hand side that completes the square.

Question 51. Multiple Choice,

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Question 52. Multiple Choice,

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Question 53. Multiple Choice,

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Question 54. Multiple Choice,

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Question 55. Multiple Choice,

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Question 56. Multiple Choice,

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Question 57. Multiple Choice,

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Question 58. Multiple Choice,

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Question 59. Multiple Choice,

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Question 60. Multiple Choice,

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SECTION – II – ARITHMETIC TEST

Direction (Q. Nos. 61 -80) For every question, four probable answers bearing letters (1), (2), (3) and (4) are given. Only one out of these is correct. You have to choose the correct answer.

Question 61. Multiple Choice,

Which of the following numbers is the smallest?

70707, 70077, 70770, 70070

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 70707
 70077
 70770
V70070

Question 62. Multiple Choice,

The smallest 4 digits number formed by the digits 0, 1, 2 and 3 is

CorrectChoices
 1023
V1032
 3201
 3210

Question 63. Multiple Choice,

The sum of two numbers is 11009. If one number is 9999, the other number is

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V1010
 1110
 2110
 21008

Question 64. Multiple Choice,

The number 13013 is divisible by 13. The smallest 5-digit number beginning with 14 and exactly divisible by 13 is

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 14040
V1401
 14014
 14027

Question 65. Multiple Choice,

The simplification of 6 ÷ 6 + 6 x 6 – 6 gives

CorrectChoices
 1
 7
V31
 36

C:\Users\bssol\AppData\Local\Temp\iSpring\QuizMaker-037e-b1da-fee3-4a1b\publish-a15\img-96d-a30-7f1Question 66. Multiple Choice,

The sum of the fractions ​ ​​ is

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 C:\Users\bssol\AppData\Local\Temp\iSpring\QuizMaker-037e-b1da-fee3-4a1b\publish-a15\img-f63-c0c-8fe
 C:\Users\bssol\AppData\Local\Temp\iSpring\QuizMaker-037e-b1da-fee3-4a1b\publish-a15\img-aca-606-ab9
VC:\Users\bssol\AppData\Local\Temp\iSpring\QuizMaker-037e-b1da-fee3-4a1b\publish-a15\img-968-e53-bd7

Question 67. Multiple Choice,

The LCM of 8, 12, 20 and 36 is

CorrectChoices
 120
 180
V360
 720

Question 68. Multiple Choice,

The HCF of two co-prime numbers is

CorrectChoices
V1
 0
 Sum of the numbers
 Difference of the numbers

Question 69. Multiple Choice,

5.125 when changed into fraction, becomes

CorrectChoices
 C:\Users\bssol\AppData\Local\Temp\iSpring\QuizMaker-037e-b1da-fee3-4a1b\publish-a15\img-a8c-6c1-63f
 C:\Users\bssol\AppData\Local\Temp\iSpring\QuizMaker-037e-b1da-fee3-4a1b\publish-a15\img-6d1-8ff-97d
VC:\Users\bssol\AppData\Local\Temp\iSpring\QuizMaker-037e-b1da-fee3-4a1b\publish-a15\img-712-551-212
 C:\Users\bssol\AppData\Local\Temp\iSpring\QuizMaker-037e-b1da-fee3-4a1b\publish-a15\img-c04-6aa-e21

Question 70. Multiple Choice,

10 meter is what percent of 10 kilo meter?

CorrectChoices
V0.1%
 1.0%
 10.0%
 40.0%

Question 71. Multiple Choice,

The next row of numbers is

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 28,54,57
V28,56,59
 28,56,60
 30,60,63

Question 72. Multiple Choice,

A man buys a radio for Rs. 900 and sells it for Rs. 1200. Find his gain percent.

CorrectChoices
 20
 25
 30
V33.3333333333333

Question 73. Multiple Choice,

When 20.2 is multiplied by 18.01, the result rounded to complete numbers without decimals is

CorrectChoices
 360
 362
V364
 365

Question 74. Multiple Choice,

Three bells start bringing together at 8: 30 am. If they ring after 4 minutes, 5 minutes and 6 minutes respectively each time, the next time they will ring together at

CorrectChoices
 8:45 am
V9:30 am
 9:45 am
 10:15 am

Question 75. Multiple Choice,

In how many years will Rs. 500 amounts to Rs. 600 at the rate of 5% per annum at simple interest?

CorrectChoices
 3
V4
 5
 6

Question 76. Multiple Choice,

How many rectangular plots of dimensions 40 meter by 60 meter can be made from a rectangular field of dimensions 120 meters by 160 meters?

CorrectChoices
 2
 3
 4
V8

Question 77. Multiple Choice,

A boy slept at 9: 45 pm and woke up the next morning at 5: 30 am. He slept for

CorrectChoices
 4 hours 15 minutes
 7 hours 15 minutes
V7 hours 45 minutes
 8 hours 15 minutes

Question 78. Multiple Choice,

The average of four numbers is 30. If the sum of first three numbers is 85, the fourth number is

CorrectChoices
 30
V35
 45
 55

Question 79. Multiple Choice,

On 1st April of a year, it is Monday. What day will it be on 18th April in the same year?

CorrectChoices
VThursday
 Friday
 Saturday
 Wednesday

Question 80. Multiple Choice,

From the graph, identify a section which has half the enrollment of another section.

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VB
 C
 D

SECTION – III – LANGUAGE TEST (ENGLISH)

Directions (Q. Nos. 81-100) There are four passages in this section. Each passage is followed by five questions. Read each passage carefully and answer the questions that follow. For each question four probable answers bearing letters (1), (2), (3) and (4) are given. Only one out of these is correct. You have to choose the correct answer.

Passage I

One day Tansen sang one of the songs taught by his master and deliberately introduced a false note. It had almost an electric effect on the saint; his aesthetic nature received a rude shock. He turned to Tansen and rebuked him, saying, ‘What has happened to you, Tansen, that you, a pupil of mine , should commit such a gross blunder ?’

He then started singing the piece correctly the mood came upon him and enveloped him, and he forget himself in the music which filled the earth and heaven and Akbar and Tansen themselves in the sheer melody and charm of the music.

It was a unique experience. When the music stopped, Akbar turned to Tansen and said, ‘you say you learnt music from this saint and yet you seem to have missed the living charm of it all. Yours seems to be chaff beside this soul stirring music’.

Question 81. Multiple Choice,

It had almost an electric effect on the saint’.

Here ‘saint’ refers to

CorrectChoices
 Akbar
 Tansen
VTansen’s Guru
 ​ Some other courtier

Question 82. Multiple Choice,

‘Which word did Akbar use to describe Tansen’s music?

CorrectChoices
 Charming
 Thrilling
 Soul stirring
VChaff

Question 83. Multiple Choice,

Tansen’s Guru rebuked Tansen because

CorrectChoices
 he sang a classical song
Vhe sang a song with false note
 he tried do show his superiority over his master
 he sang a song not suitable to the Occasion

Question 84. Multiple Choice,

What did Akbar miss in Tansen’s music ?

CorrectChoices
 Chaff
 Right tunes
VLiving charm
 Inspiration

Question 85. Multiple Choice,

“Tansen, ……… should commit such a gross blunder’. Here ‘gross’ means

CorrectChoices
 twelve dozen
 serious
Vchocking
 melody

Passage II

Once upon a time, there lived a Rajput king at Malwa. His kingdom was small, quiet and peaceful. There were no major battles or political problems. So, his one aim in life was to make his people happy.

One year there was severe drought. The fields were dry and cracked, and the trees were bare. There were no flowers and fruits in the land, or crops of any kind. The king was worried. How was he to save the people from famine?

He walked to the river Narmada, knelt down and prayed, ‘O sacred Narmada, bless us with rain. Save my people from famine and I shall offer you my first-born child’.

Before long, the sky was overcast with clouds and it rained heavily. The wet earth was ploughed, seeds were sown a few months later a bumper crop was harvested. The people rejoiced.

Question 86. Multiple Choice,

What was the king’s problem?

CorrectChoices
 Wars
 Politics
VFamine
 Flood

Question 87. Multiple Choice,

Which statement shows that the Rajput king loved his people?

CorrectChoices
VThe king offered his first-born child to river Narmada
 He opened the gates of the state granary for his people
 He forced his neighbouring states to contribute food
 ​ He set up relief camps to feed the hungry

Question 88. Multiple Choice,

When there is drought

CorrectChoices
 ​ there is lot of rain
Vthe earth is dry ​ and cracked
 people are very happy
 people sow the seeds

Question 89. Multiple Choice,

The king prayed Narmada for

CorrectChoices
 grains
 famine
 ​ a child
V​ rain

Question 90. Multiple Choice,

‘Before long’ means

CorrectChoices
 a long time ago
 for a long time
Vvery soon
 in the past

Passage III

Two friends were in the forest, when they saw a bear coming towards them. Frightened, the older boy, quickly climbed a tree, forgetting his friend. The younger boy, couldn’t climb well, threw himself down on that of the boy. He sniffed and stared at last left.

The older boy came down the tree, ran to his friend and asked, ‘Are you all right? what was the bear doing? He was near you for a long time.

‘He was talking to me’ replied his friend. ‘he gave me some good advice’. He said, ‘Don’t trust a friend who doesn’t help you in the time of danger’.

Question 91. Multiple Choice,

The older boy climbed a tree because

CorrectChoices
 ​ he was all alone in the forest
Vhe wanted to save himself from the bear
 he could climb a tree easily
 he thought he could shoot the bear easily

Question 92. Multiple Choice,

‘Pretended to be dead’ means

CorrectChoices
Vposing to be in a state of death
 ​ looked frightened
 flat on the ground
 nearly lifeless

Question 93. Multiple Choice,

The bear did not harm the younger boy because

CorrectChoices
 he didn’t climb the tree
 he was scared of the boy
 he was moved to pity
Vhe thought the boy was dead

Question 94. Multiple Choice,

Who proved too clever in the story?

CorrectChoices
 The bear
 The older boy
 The older boy and the bear
VThe younger boy

Question 95. Multiple Choice,

The moral of the story is

CorrectChoices
Vone who does not desert you in your time of need is a true friend
 ​ one who guards his own interest is a true friend
 one who is always sweet to you is a true friend
 ​ one who is with you only in the days of happiness is a true friend

Passage IV

Once upon a time there were six blind men. These blind men had never seen an elephant but they wanted to know what the elephant looked like. So, they went near an elephant to find out.

The first blind man fell against the broad side of the elephant. He immediately said, ‘The elephant must be like a wall’. The second blind man got hold of the elephant’s tusk. He cried out, I’m sure the elephant is like a spear’. The blind man happened to take the elephant’s trunk in his hand. He said confidently, ‘the elephant is surly like a snake’. The fourth one stretched out his hand and felt the elephant’s leg. ‘It’s clears said. “The elephant is like a tree trunk”. The fifth by chance touched the elephant’s ear. ‘I am confident elephant’s is like a fan. The sixth and the last of the blind man felt tail. ‘I tell you’, he cried; the elephant is like a rope’.

And so, these blind men and argued. Each one said he was right. But actually, all were wrong.

Question 96. Multiple Choice,

Six blind men went near an elephant to find out

CorrectChoices
VWhat the elephant looked like
 What was the size of the trunk of the elephant
 What was the colour of the elephant
 What the elephant’s tail looked like

Question 97. Multiple Choice,

To the first blind man the elephant looked like

CorrectChoices
 a pear
 a tree trunk
Va wall
 ​ a fan

Question 98. Multiple Choice,

The third blind man said, “The elephant is like a snake”. He said to because he had touched the elephant’s

CorrectChoices
 leg
 ear
 tusk
Vtrunk

Question 99. Multiple Choice,

All the six blind men were wrong to say how the elephant looked like because

CorrectChoices
Veach one of them had touched only one part of the elephant
 each one of them said without confidence
 they argued on their views again and again
 they had decided to oppose each

Question 100. Multiple Choice,

The fifth, by chance touched the elephant’s ears. Here ‘by chance’ means

CorrectChoices
 purposely
Vaccidently
 on being asked
 matter of choice

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