Sample Paper Admission Test for Pharm D University of Balochistan 2012
Complete the sentences by choosing the most appropriate word, from the given lettered choices (A to D) below each.
1. Sensory cells _______ impulses by producing electrical signals.
B. to respond
C. respond to
Choose the lettered word or phrase that is most nearly opposite in meaning to the word in capital letters.
Choose the word most similar in meaning to the capitalized ones.
Question 4 is based on the following passage.
It is important that we should develop an attitude of objective and clear thinking in the study of science. It will open and enlarge our minds which are the very soul of science. Experiments and research work have brought about great advancement in science. Therefore, we must realize that science is a creative activity.
4. Objective and clear thinking make the study of science
5. Continent Africa is also known as:
A. The Fair Continent
B. The Dark Continent
C. The Red Continent
D. The Glorious Continent
E. All of the above
6. Kohat Tunnel is in which province?
7. If velocity of a particle moving in a straight line increase steadily from 3 m/s to 11 m/s in 4 seconds, then the acceleration is :
A. + 4 m / s
B. + 2 m / s
C. – 2 m / s
D. +3.5 m / s
8. Vectors lying in:
A. the same plane are said to be equal vectors
B. different planes may be co-linear vectors
C. the same plane are said to be coplanar vectors
D. different planes are said to be coplanar vectors
9. In the reaction of sulphuric acid with copper metal, sulphuric acid acts as a/an:
A. Catalytic agent
B. Sulphonating agent
C. Oxidizing agent
D. Reducing agent
10.The Alkali metals can act as good reducing agent because they have:
A. Low ionization potential
B. High boiling point
C. High polarizing power
D. High electron affinity
11.Skin is the respiratory organ of:
12.The secondary order of protein structure is:
A. The sequence of amino acids in the polypeptide chain.
B. The formation of peptide bonds between amino acids.
C. The coiling of the polypeptide chain.
D. The folding of the coiled polypeptide chain.