ASI Past Paper

ASI Paper Total MCQs = 50 Max marks = 100
1/2 mark deduction on each incorrect question.

1. Our plan _____ to succeed.
(a) bid fair
(b) pass by
(c) boil down
(d) hand and galore

2. Which holy book of Allah is called the old testament?
(a) Zabur
(b) Torat
(c) Injeel
(d) Quran

3. The first railway line in Pakistan was laid between
(a) Multan Lahore
(b) Karachi-Kotri
(c) Sibi-Quetta
(d) Rawalpindi Peshawar

4. Was of independence was fought in
(a) 1757
(b) 1857
(c) 1858
(d) 1758

5. Number of permanent members of UN security council is
(a) three
(b) four
(c) five
(d) six

6. Satpara lake is in
(a) Sindh
(b) Baluchistan
(c) Gilgit Baltistan
(d) Punjab

7. Nothing must be allowed to _____ our search for the truth.
(a) interfered with
(b) interfered into
(c) interfered from
(d) interfered upon

8. Eid prayer is
(a) farz
(b) wajib
(c) sunat
(d) nafal

9. Currency of Germany is
(a) lira
(b) deutsche mark
(c) franc
(d) dollar

10. The largest island in the Indian ocean is
(a) Madagascar
(b) Maldives
(c) Sri Lanka
(d) Sumatra

11. The border dividing Pakistan and Afghanistan is
(a) McMahan line
(b) line of control
(c) Durand line
(d) cease fire line

12. Which of the following is nearly a complete food by itself?
(a) cheese
(b) milk
(c) meat
(d) rice

13. I _____ an old friend in Empress market this morning
(a) came around
(b) came round
(c) came across
(d) came with

14. The most important achievement of Abraham Lincoln was
(a) the strengthening of democracy
(b) the abolition of slavery
(c) the establishment of supremacy of north over the south
(d) none of these

15. Harappa is located in the district of
(a) mianwali
(b) sahiwal
(c) hazra
(d) Multan

16. He was _____ salted food by the doctor
(a) abstained from
(b) abstained for
(c) abstained in
(d) abstained to

17. Radium was discovered by
(a) Marconi
(b) madam curie Marie
(c) Edison
(d) Newton

18. What is the length of the day on poles?
(a) 12 hours
(b) 6 months
(c) 3 months
(d) 24 hours

19. Taj mahal in Agra (India) was built by emperor
(a) Jahangir
(b) Akbar, the great
(c) Shah jahan
(d) Humayun

20. Roshan was able to get the job _____ his uncle’s influence.
(a) odds and does
(b) by dint of
(c) big words
(d) all in all

21. The first country to recognize Pakistan on independence was
(a) USA
(b) Iran
(c) Saudi Arabia
(c) Iraq

22. Which of the following nations have not signed CTBT?
(a) Australia and Brazil
(b) Japan and Britain
(c) Pakistan and India
(d) Peru and France

23. Who wrote the text of suleh hudebiya?
(a) Hazrat Umar
(b) Hazrat Usman
(c) Hazrat Ali
(d) Hazrat Hamza

24. You will soon get _____ the change of climate.
(a) accustomed to
(b) accustomed for
(c) accustomed in
(d) accustomed with

25. Who advised the holy prophet to dig the ditch at the time of battle of Khandaq?
(a) Hazrat usman
(b) Hazrat Salman Farsi
(c) Hazrat Umar
(d) Hazrat Talha bin zubair

26. For how many years the British ruled over India?
(a) 90
(b) 110
(c) 100
(d) 85

27. Name the angel who writes good and bad deeds of human beings.
(a) munkar and nakeer
(b) haroot and maroot
(c) kiraman katibeen
(d) zabina

28. When amjad _____ the car, he took it out for a drive.
(a) Has repaired
(b) Had repaired
(c) Was repairing
(d) Repaired

29. The largest continent of the world is
(a) Africa
(b) Europe
(c) Asia
(d) Australia

30. Don’t let go _____ tight.
(a) Hang on
(b) Hang in
(c) Hang over
(d) Hang at

31. In September 1958 Gawadar was bought by Pakistan for 40 lacs pounds sterling from
(a) Iran
(b) Oman
(c) China
(d) Uzbekistan

32. Which city is called city of canals?
(a) Venice (Italy)
(b) Rome (Italy)
(c) Paris (France)
(d) Lahore (Pakistan)

33. Famous Lucknow pact between Indian national congress and all India Muslim league was signed in the year
(a) 1916
(b) 1933
(c) 1924
(d) 1930

34. Vienna is the capital of
(a) Australia
(b) Belgium
(c) Austria
(d) Germany

35. I a trying hard to _____ the differences between two of my friends.
(a) Bridge over
(b) Helter shelter
(c) Knock about
(d) Meddle with

36. Muslim women were allowed to take part in the battle of
(a) Badr
(b) Khandaq
(c) Uhad
(d) Khyber

37. The mausoleum of Sheikh Abdul Qadir Jilani is in
(a) Rome
(b) Baghdad
(c) Syria

38. Alexandria is the famous city and an important sea port of
(a) Libya
(b) Lebanon
(c) Greece
(d) Egypt

39. Radio was invented by
(a) Faraday
(b) Darwin
(c) Marconi
(d) Archimedes

40. He died _____ malaria.
(a) From
(b) Due to
(c) Of
(d) owing to

CHOOSE THE SYNONYMS:
41. enchanted
(a) fascinated
(b) fatigue
(c) repulse
(d) flatter

42. Acute
(a) keen
(b) bitter
(c) brisk
(d) genuine

43. Deuce
(a) diminish
(b) infer
(c) outline
(d) persuade

44. Collateral
(a) key
(b) secret agreement
(c) proposal
(d) security for a loan

45. Blatant
(a) conspicuous
(b) hidden
(c) ruthless
(d) faulty

CHOOSE THE ANTONYMS:
46. Magnanimous
(a) selfish
(b) naive
(c) generous
(d) small

47. Catholic
(a) rigid
(b) orthodox
(c) strict
(d) narrow minded

48. Tacit
(a) order
(b) written
(c) oral
(d) understanding

49. Repel
(a) attract
(b) concentrate
(c) attend
(d) continue

50. Offer
(a) beg
(b) barrow
(c) snatch
(d) request

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