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Islamiat Mcqs Practice Test

Islamiat Mcqs Practice Test

Islamiat Mcqs Practice Test

1.The Holy Quran was first compiled during the caliphate of Hazrat———: a)Muhammad (PBUH) b)Abu Bakar Siddique(R.A) c) Uthman (R.A) d)none of these

2. Hazrat Umer was Caliph for—————: a) 2 years b) 4 years c) 10 years d) none of these

3.The orthodox caliphate lasted for———- : a) 26 years b) 29 years c) 32 years d)none of these

4.Hazrat Ali was martyred in the year———: a) 650 AD b) 656 AD c) 661 AD d)none of these

5.The Umayyad Dynasty was put to an end in the year———-: a)660 AD b)750 AD c)770 AD d)None of these

6.The Abbasid Dynasty ruled for just over———: a)five centuries b)two centuries c)three centuries d)none of these

7.The Islamic calendar(hijra) started in the year———–: a)622 AD b)620 AD c)621 AD d)none of these

8.The famous Al-Muwatta was written by: a)Imam Malik b)Imam Abu Hanifa c)Imam Muslim d)Imam Hanbal

9.The Holy Prophet (P.B.U.H) migrated to Madina in————-: a) 615 AD b) 622 AD c) 625 AD d)none of these

10.The last Umayyad ruler at Damascus was——–: a)Marwan II b)Abdul Aziz c) Abdul Rahman d) none of these

11.The founder of Umayyad Dynasty was———: a)Yazid b)Abd al Malik c)Muawiyah I d) none of these

12.Baybars, the Mamluke Sultan of Egypt, took———-to install him as Abbasid caliph in Cairo on the year 1261 AD: a) Al-Mustansir b) Al-Hakim c) Al-Mustakfi-I d)None of these

13.The founder of Umayyad Dynasty in Spain was——-: a)Khalid bin Walid b)Moosa bin Nysair c)Abdur Rahman I d)None of these

14.The Ottoman Sultan Salim took——from cairo to Istanbul to install him as Caliph: a) Al-Mutawakkil III b) Al-Qa‟im c) Al-Mustamsik d)None of these

15. Under which Caliph, Sindh was invaded by Muhammad bin Qasim in 711 AD? a) Muawiyah b) Al-Walid Ic) Abdul Malik d)None of these

16.When did the Ottomans cross into Europe: a) 1357 AD b) 1520 AD c) 1550 AD d)None of these

17.When was Hungary brought under Ottoman rule? a) 1521 AD b) 1526 AD c) 1530 AD d)None of these

18.Kamal Attaturk ended the Ottoman Caliphate and deposed Abdul Majid II in—– a) 1920 b) 1922 c) 1924 d)none of these

19. Which Ottoman Ruler took the Abbasid Caliphate to Istanbul? a) Sulaiman I b) Salim I c) Al-Mustansar d)None of these

20. The Ottoman Empire lasted for over———- a) Five Centuries b) Six Centuries c) Seven Centuries d)None of these

1.Spain was invaded in 711 AD by ———: a) Tariq bin Ziyad b) Abd al Rahman I c) Khalid bin Walid d)none of these

2. The al-Qairawan in North Africa was founded in 670 AD by—————: a) Musa bin Nusayr b) Suleman I c) Uqbah d) none of these

3.The conquests of Hujjaj in the East matched the Western conquests by ———- : a Musa bin Nusayr b) Tariq bin Ziyad c) al-Mutawakkil d)none of these

4.Abdul Aziz married Egilona, the widow of king Roderick, and named her ———: a) Umm-Asim b) Umm-Kulsum c) Umm-Hani d)none of these

5.The Umayyad Dynasty was put to an end in the year———-: a)661 AD b)750 AD c)770 AD d)None of these

6.The Abbasid Dynasty ruled for just over———: a) two centuries b) three centuries c) five centuries d)none of these

7.Baghdad was put on fire in 1258 AD by ———– a) The Umayyads b) The Mongols c) The Ottomans d)none of these

8.Musa bin Nusayr was the Governor of——— a) Egypt b) Spain c) North Africa d) none of these

9.The fugitive Umayyad prince reached Spain in the year ————-: a) 755 ADb) 750 AD c) 760 AD d)none of these

10.The last Umayyad ruler in 750 AD was——–: a) Hisham b) Marwan II c) Yazid III d) none of these

11.The name of the French King who attacked Spain in 777 AD was ———: a) Roderick b) Charlemagne c) Alfonso d) none of these

12.Ibn Khuldun is generally known as a——- a) Mathematician b) Astronomer c) Historiand) None of these

13.The real founder of Umayyad Dynasty in Spain was——-: a) Tariq bin Ziyad b) Moosa bin Nysair c) Abdur Rahman I d) None of these

14.The Arabs invaded Spain in the year——- a) 711 AD b) 750 AD c) 756 AD d) None of these

15.Which Caliph recalled Musa bin Nusayr to Damascus——-? a) al Walid-I b) Abdul Aziz c) Abdul Malik d)None of these

16. Who punished Musa bin Nusayr for invading Spain———? a) Sulaiman b) Abdul Aziz c) Amr Thaqafi d)None of these

17.After ruling over Spain for one year who refused to give turn to the Yamanites? a) Abdur Rahman-II b) al-Hakam c) Abdur Rahman al-Fehri d) None of these

18.The new capital established by Abbasid in 835 AD is called —– a) al-Mansurah i think b) Samarra c) Kufa/Basra d) none of these

19. Abdur Rahman-II of Spain went out to receive a minstrel called——– a) Khalid b) Ziryab not sure c) Walid d) None of these

Islamiat Mcqs Practice Test

General Knowledge Solved Mcqs Practice Test

General Knowledge Solved Mcqs Practice Test

General Knowledge Solved Mcqs Practice Test 

The first Prime minister of Bangladesh was
Mujibur Rehman
02
The longest river in the world is the
Nile
03
The longest highway in the world is the
Trans-Canada
04
The longest highway in the world has a length of
about 8000 km
05
The highest mountain in the world is the
Everest
06
The country that accounts for nearly one third of the total teak production of the world is
Myanmar
07
The biggest desert in the world is the
Sahara desert
08
The largest coffee growing country in the world is
Brazil
09
The country also known as “country of Copper”is
Zambia
10
The name given to the border which seperates Pakistan and Afghanistan is
Durand line
11
The river Volga flows out into the
Capsian sea
12
The coldest place on the earth is
Verkoyansk in Siberia
13
The country which ranks second in terms of land area is
Canada
14
The largest Island in the Mediterranean sea is
Sicily
15
The river Jordan flows out into the
Dead sea
16
The biggest delta in the world is the
Sunderbans
17
The capital city that stands on the river Danube is
Belgrade
18
The Japanese call their country as
Nippon
19
The length of the English channel is
564 kilometres
20
The world’s oldest known city is
Damascus
21
The city which is also known as the City of Canals is
Venice
22
The country in which river Wangchu flows is
Myanmar
23
The biggest island of the world is
Greenland
24
The city which is the biggest centre for manufacture of automobiles in the world is
Detroit,USA
25
The country which is the largest producer of manganese in the world is
USA
26
The country which is the largest producer of rubber in the world is
Malaysia
27
The country which is the largest producer of tin in the world is
Malaysia
28
The river which carries maximum quantity of water into the sea is the
Mississippi

29
The city which was once called the `Forbidden City’was
Peking
30
The country called the Land of Rising Sun is
Japan
31
Mount Everest was named after
Sir George Everest
32
The volcano Vesuvias is located in
Italy
33
The country known as the Suger Bowl of the world is
Cuba
34
The length of the Suez Canal is
162.5 kilometres
35
The lowest point on earth is
The coastal area of Dead sea
36
The Gurkhas are the original inhabitants of
Nepal
37
The largest ocean of the world is the
Pacific ocean
38
The largest bell in the world is the
Tsar Kolkol at Kremlin,Moscow
39
The biggest stadium in the world is the
Strahov Stadium,Prague
40
The world’s largest diamond producing country is
South Africa
41
Australia was discovered by
James Cook
42
The first Governor General of Pakistan is
Mohammed Ali Jinnah
43
Dublin is situated at the mouth of river
Liffey
44
The earlier name of New York city was
New Amsterdam
45
The Eifel tower was built by
Alexander Eiffel
46
The Red Cross was founded by
Jean Henri Durant
47
The country which has the greatest population density is
Monaco
48
The national flower of Britain is
Rose
49
Niagara Falls was discovered by
Louis Hennepin
50
The national flower of Italy is
Lily

General Knowledge Solved Mcqs Practice Test

Zoology Mcqs Practice Test

Zoology Mcqs Practice Test

Zoology Mcqs Practice Test 

1) Insects are characterized by:
(a) 3 pairs of legs (b) Two pairs of antennae (c) Wings on body (d) Large sized eggs (e) None of these
(2) Body is metamorically segmented in:
(a) Porifera (b) Annelida (c) Coelentrata (d) None of these

(3) Which of the following arthropod are totally aquatic?
(a) Crustaceans (b) Insects (c) Milipedes (d) None of these

(4) Dorsal tubular nerve cord is characteristic of:
(a) Some chordates (b) Some non chordates (c) All non chordates (d) All chordates (e) None of these

(5) Opposable thumbs are characteristic feature of:
(a) Lagomorpha (b) Primates (c) Edentata (d) None of these

(6) Differences in the scales of fishes and reptiles lies in their being:
(a) Endodermal and dry (b) Epidermal and dry (c) Epidermal and wet (d) Endodermal and wet (e) None of these

(7) Which of the following has oxygenated blood?
(a) Renal veins (b) Pulmonary veins (c) Pulmonary artery (d) Hepatic portal veins (e) None of these

(8) Scapula is the bone of:
(a) Skull (b) Pelvic girdle (c) Pectoral girdle (d) Vertebral column (e) None of these

(9) All the digestive are formed in vertebrates by:
(a) Ectoderm only (b) Endoderm only (c) Mesoderm only (d) None of these

(10) Ammonia is chief excretory product in
(a) Reptiles (b) Turtles (c) Mammals (d) Fish (e) None of these

(1) Life originated during:
(a) Pre-cambrian period (b) Mesozoic era (c) Coenozoic era. (d) Proterozoic era (e) None of these

(2) Pancreas secrete:
(a) Pepsin (b) Only hormones (c) Only enzymes (d) Both (a) and (b) (e) None of these

(3) Louis Pasture is known for:
(a) Germ theory of disease (b) Germ plasm theory (c) Mutation theory (d) Cell theory (e) None of these

(4) Life originated:
(a) In air (b) On land (c) In water (d) In all (a), (b) and (c) (e) None of these

(5) Virus are:
(a) Unicellular (b) Acellular (c) Multicellular (d) Free living (e) None of these

(6) Wings of insects and bats are examples of:
(a) Homologous organs (b) Analogous organs (c) Both (a) and (b) (d) Vestigial organs (e) None of these

(7) Archeopteryx is a connecting link between:
(a) Amphibians and reptiles (b) Reptiles and birds (c) Birds and mammals (d) Amphibians and birds (e) None of these

(8) Lamarck’s theory of Evolution is based upon:
(a) Effect of environment (b) Use and disuse of body parts (c) Inheritance of Acquired characters (d) All of these (e) None of these

(9) Absorption of digested food occurs mainly in:
(a) Colon (b) Small intestine (c) Large intestine (d) Stomach (e) None of these

(10) A renal portal system is found in:
(a) Man (b) Horse (c) Rabbit (d) Frog (e) None of these

(11) Tangoreceptors respond to:
(a) Heat (b) Smell (c) Chemicals (d) Touch (e) None of these

(12) Third ventricle is found in:
(a) Brain of Rabbit (b) Heart of Rabbit (c) Kidney of Frog (d) Heart of Frog (e) None of these

(13) Blood from glomerulus returns by:
(a) Afferent renal arteriole (b) Efferent renal arteriole (c) Both of these (d) Renal vein

(14) Vital morphological and Physiological units of Mammalian Kidney are:
(a) Ureters (b) Seminiferous tubules (c) Uriniferous tubules (d) All of these (e) None of these

(15) Which of the following secretes Oxytocin:
(a) Adrenals (b) Pituitary (c) Thyroid (d) Ovaries (e) None of these

(16) Longest cells in animals are:
(a) Nerve cells (b) Egg cells (c) Kidney cells (d) Liver cells (e) None of these

(17) Function of centromere is to:
(a) Initiate cell division (b) Inhibit cell division (c) Provide site for cell division (d) Do all of these

(18) Which of the following has extranuclear DNA:
(a) Mitochondria (b) Lysosomes (c) Golgi complex (d) All of these (e) None of these

(19) Who gave laws of segregation and Dominance?
(a) Mendel (b) Morgan (c) Darwin (d) Muller (e) None of these

(20) Adrenal glands are found in close association with:
(a) Testes (b) Spleen (c) Liver (d) Ovaries (e) None of these

Zoology Mcqs Practice Test

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