Race Institute

#38, Burkit Road,

Opposite to bus terminal,

Thyagaraya Nagar

Chennai - 600 017.






Contact Person:

Bharath Seeman

General Science


1.The Weight of Brain is about

A. 1.64 kg

B. 1.36 kg

C. 1.46 kg

D. 1.63 kg

2.Coronary thrombosis leads to

A. Heart failure

B. Heart Attack

C. Stroke

D. Heart block

3.The membrance that covers the heart is

A. Sarrcolemma

B. Arachnoid membrance

C. Pleura

D. Pericardium

4.The function of heart and circulatory system was first discovered by:

A. William Harvery

B. Bteson

C. Hackle

D. Mayor

5.The Hepatitis-B, which affects liver, is actually a:

A. Virus

B. Bacterium

C. Protozoan

D. Helminth

6.Washing soda is the common name for:

A. Calcium carbonate (b) Calcium Bicarbonate

B. Calcium Bicarbonate

C. Sodium carbonate

D. Sodium bicarbonate

7.The quantum theory was first enunciated by:

A. Niel Bohr

B. Albert Einstein

C. Max Planck

D. Max Born

8.The most abundant metal in the earth’s crust is:

A. Zinc

B. Copper

C. Aluminum

D. Iron

9.The filament of an electric bulb is made of:

A. Iron

B. Nichrome

C. Tungsten

D. Graphite

10.Gobar gas contains

A. Methane

B. Carbon dioxide

C. Butane

D. Carbon monoxide

11.The normal temperature of human body on Kelvin scale is

A. 280

B. 290

C. 300

D. 310

12.The neutron was discovered by

A. Chadwick

B. Rutherford

C. Fermi

D. Bohr

13.The nature of light waves is similar to

A. Cosmic rays

B. Cathode rays

C. Alpha rays

D. Gamma rays

14.The moon shines due to

A. The burning of gases in its atmosphere

B. A chemical reaction taking place on its surface

C. Its extremely high temperature

D. The sunlight that it reflects

15.The molecular weight of a substance can be calculated by measuring

A. Density in liquid state

B. Vapour density

C. Freezing point

D. Vapour pressure