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Bihar TET Reasoning Solved Question Paper:
1.To propose the learning theory Kohler experimented on-
(A) a monkey called Albert
(B) a chimpanzee called Albert
(C) a monkey called Sultan
(D) a chimpanzee called Sultan
2. Which of the following does not come under regular education?
(A) School (B) Library
(C) Religion (D) Teaching methods
3. Branch of Science in which species of organisms are identified, classified and categorized is known as-
(A) Taxonomy (B) Ecology
(C) Genetics (D) Biology
4. The disease caused by deficiency of protein is known as-
(A) Malaria (B) Hepatitis
(C) Typhoid (D) Kwashiorkor
5. Which of the Bloom’s teaching objectives is achieved first?
(A) Knowledge ability (B) Emotional
(C) Activity (D) Cannot be decided
6. 0.47777……… =?
(A) 477/10000 (B) 477/l00
(C) 437/100 (D) 43/90
7. In an alloy, the proportion of copper and lead is 5 : 2. If 1.250 kilogram of lead is added in 17.500 kilograms of the same alloy, then the proportion of copper and lead will become-
(A) 2 : 1 (B) 2 : 3
(C) 3: 2 (D) 1 : 2
8. Some students quietly run away from school. In order to check this habit of such students, you would-
(A) try to know why they ran away from school
(B) inform the Principal about their habit of running away from school
(C) inform the parents of such children about their habit
(D) try to make class teaching more interesting
9. Some teachers give tuitions. In your opinion what is the reason for this?
(A) They get ample opportunities to revise the subject matter being studied (through giving tuitions).
(B) Tuitions keep them busy in a useful manner.
(C) They are always involved in earning more money.
(D) They nurture intense feelings of the welfare of students.
10. The correct meaning of the curriculum is-
(A) a collection of all the curricular activities
(B) a collection of all those experiences that the school wants children to imbibe
(C) a collection of the compulsory and optional subjects
(D) a collection of the study materials by memorizing which, students can pass in their (respective) classes
11. In a class, a student asks a question from the teacher whose answer is not known to the teacher and he does not answer the question. What would be the impact of this incident on students?
(B) They would understand that the question was out of context.
(C) They would make fun of the student who had asked the question.
(D) They would understand that the teacher does not know the answer to that question.
12. A student gets a very poor grade in the assessment test. If the teacher discloses the grades in the presence of all the students in the class, then there is a possibility that-
(A) other students may make that student an object of ridicule
(B) The student in question may feel insulted and thus, lose his courage
(C) The student in question may take this insult as a challenge and start studying with full vigor and zeal
(D) The parents/guardian of the student may feel insulted and file a complaint against the teacher in this context
13. Which one of the following questions is ‘problem-oriented’?
(A) What would happen if all the vegetation of the earth were destroyed?
(B) What was the result of Maratha policy of Aurangzeb?
(C) Which are the main food grain crops of Bihar?
(D) What are the cotton clothes made from?
14. Guidance is given so that the student is able to identify himself and develop his abilities. Which one of the following statements is not correct in this context?
(A) Without any guidance with a vision, it is not possible to impart good education.
(B) In the absence of effective education, guidance cannot be successful.
(C) Guidance and education are complementary to each other.
(D) The importance of guidance during the beginning stage of education is much more than it is during the subsequent stages of education.
15. Which institution is responsible for the spread of university education, coordination and maintenance of standards of education in universities?
(C) Education Advisory Board
(D) The Ministry of Education
16. The greatest advantage of programmed instructions is that student-
(A) can gain knowledge here without the help of the teacher through self-study
(B) is guided here by reinforcement
(C) does not have to think here what he has to do further
(D) None of these
17. Student’s self-governance means-
(A) to give full freedom to students in the class
(B) student’s council elected by the students themselves which work for the development of students under the supervision of the Principal
(C) student’s participation in the school administration
(D) None of these
18. While preparing a lesson plan for the class, what should be kept by the teacher in view as a major decisive factor?
(A) The average student of the class should also be benefited from the lesson plan.
(B) Objectives of teaching are achieved.
(C) The aims of the curriculum should be achieved.
(D) All of these
19. A student of your class informs you in a secret manner that three students of your class copy from one another are test copies quite often during the tests. He also gives you the names of those students. What would be your reaction upon getting this information?
(A) You would not pay heed to the given information.
(B) You would like those three students.
(C) You would reprimand those three students.
(D) You would think why that student had given you the information.
20. What is the resultant loss due to the habit of cramming?
(A) The intelligence is made blunt.
(B) One does not take an interest in reading anything beyond the curriculum.
(C) The process of genuine contemplation is obstructed.
(D) The personality is not developed in the right manner.
21. Why should textbooks be changed after some time?
(A) Because students get bored while reading the same textbooks.
(B) The change of textbooks is necessary with the increase of knowledge.
(C) It is necessary to ensure the financial security of the publishers.
(D) It is necessary to keep the teacher’s studios throughout their life.
22. When girls are given chance of getting the education they do not lag behind the boys in their performance, as we have been seeing for the last several years in the achievement results in high school and intermediate. Its reason is-
(A) girls are not less than boys in ability and intelligence in any way
(B) girls stay at home and having a lot of time use it for studies while boys roam the streets aimlessly and waste a lot of time
(C) The standard of education is high in girl’s school which compensates the deficiency of their intelligence
(D) All of these
23. The mother of a child requests you to give him good marks in the examination. How will you react at this?
(A) You will scold and insult her so that she never makes such a request again.
(B) You will humbly tell her that it is not possible practically.
(C) You will not respond to her.
(D) You will accept her request at least once.
24. In order to inculcate healthy habits in students, you will-
(A) try to force their parents /guardian to inculcate healthy habits
(B) promote your own habits as good ones and then develop healthy habits in them
(C) often discuss and debate healthy habits in the class
(D) support the opinion that healthy habits are hereditary and nothing is done about them
25. If any student of your class suffers from fits once in 3-4 months then you-
(A) will rusticate the student from the school
(B) will let him study in the school and ask her/his parents to be attentive to her/his treatment
(C) will advise her/his parents not to send her/him to school till she/he is totally cured
(D) None of these
26. Students in a class are hyper-active. In such a situation you will-
(A) try to reduce their activeness
(B) complain to the Principal/parents against them
(C) try to give them some useful education through their activeness
(D) engage them more in games
27. If the Principal of your school does not like you, then-
(A) you will try to please her/him to the maximum level possible
(B) you will try to know the cause of his displeasure
(C) you will keep doing your job with devotion and interest without caring for her/his pleasure or displeasure
(D) you will strengthen your relationship with the management of the school
28. Which of the following statements is the most correct?
(A) She/he who does researches can also become a good teacher.
(B) She/he who does nothing except teaching in the class can become a good teacher.
(C) A good teacher can become only that person who prefers action research to teaching.
(D) All of these
29. Should parents cooperate with their children to complete their home assignments?
(A) Yes, then students will come to the school with their home assignment complete.
(B) Yes, it will help the parents know the progress of their child.
(C) No, it is additional load on the parents.
(D) No, students should do their home assignments themselves.
30. Which statement is not correct regarding Right to Education Act, 2009?
(A) It includes children who are 6-14 years of age.
(B) It is the responsibility of the central government.
(C) The appropriate government shall provide training facilities for teachers.
(D) The appropriate government shall decide the academic calendar.
31. ‘Friday’ is related with ‘Monday’ as ………….. is related with ‘Friday’.
(A) Sunday (B) Saturday
(C) Tuesday (D) Wednesday
32. B is the husband of C. A is the sister of B. D is the sister of C. What relation D shares with B?
(A) Sister-in-law (B) Mother-in-law
(C) Son (D) Aunt
33. My brother is 562 days older than me, while my sister is 75 weeks older than him. If my sister was born on Tuesday, then on what day was I born?
(A) Sunday (B) Thursday
(C) Tuesday (D) Wednesday
34. If P, Q, R and S are four serial wise months, in which P and S months have 30 days, which month is S ?
(A) April (B) June
(C) September (D) November
35. A bus departs every 30 minutes from a bus stand. An inquiry clerk told a passenger that a bus departed 10 minutes earlier and next bus is on 9:35 a.m. On what time did the clerk give the information?
(A) 9:10 a.m. (B) 8:55 a.m.
(C) 9:08 a.m. (D) 9:15 a.m.
36. If COMPUTER is written as RFUVQNPC in code language, then in the same language for which word the code will be EOJOJEFM ?
(A) Medicate (B) Medition
(C) Madefore (D) Medicine
37. If NAXALITE is written as LYVYJGRC in a code language, then how INTEGRATE will be written in the same language ?
(A) LGRECYPRC (B) GLRCEPYRC
(C) RYWMNOPQR (D) BLACKHOLE
38. There are ducks and goats in a field. Total there are 77 heads and 248 legs. What is the number of ducks ?
(A) 38 (B) 42
(C) 37 (D) 30
39. A piece of cloth is worth Rs. 70. If the piece of cloth was 4 metre longer and the price was Rs. 2 less per metre then the price of cloth would have been the same. What is the length of the cloth ?
(A) 8 metre (B) 9 metre
(C) 10 metre (D) 12 metre
40. Rakesh got more marks than Suresh in History but got less marks than Santosh. Ramesh got less marks than Harish but more than Rajesh. Santosh got less marks than Rajesh. Who got the highest marks?
(A) Harish (B) Rakesh
(C) Ramesh (D) Rajesh
41. Jaya is climbing a ladder. She was on the 15th step from the bottom. After coming 4 steps down she was on the 16th step from the top. How many steps were there in the ladder?
(A) 25 (B) 28
(C) 30 (D) None of these
Directions-(Q. 42 and 43) In each of the questions which group will correctly fill the blanks if placed orderly ?
(A) aaba (B) baab
(C) baaa (D) abab
(A) RKRTS (B) KKRTS
(C) KKTRS (D) KRSTU
44. 144 : 10 :: 169: ?
(A) 12 (B) 11
(C) 13 (D) 14
45. If ‘x’ meAnswersubtraction, ‘÷’ meAnsweraddition, ‘+’ meAnswerdivision and ‘-‘ meAnswermultiplication, then which equation is correct ?
(A) 3 ÷ 7 – 5 x 10 + 3=10 (B) 6 x 2 + 3 ÷ 12 – 3=15
(C) 8 ÷10 – 3 + 5 x 6= 8 (D) 15- 5 ÷ 5 x 20 + 10= 6
46. If it is 4:30 in a watch, the minute needle is pointing towards North. In what direction the hour needle will be?
(A) North (B) South-East
(C) North-West (D) North-East
47. If ‘Cloud’ is called ‘White’, ‘White’ is called ‘Rain’ , ‘Rain’ is called ‘Green’, ‘Green’ is called ‘Air’, ‘Air’ is called ‘Blue’, ‘Blue’ is called ‘Water’, then where do the birds fly ?
(A) ‘Air’ (B) ‘Blue’
(C) ‘Cloud’ (D) ‘Rain’
Direction-(Q. 48 and 49) In every question there is a statement followed by three actions I, II and III. Though all the actions may have some relevance, it is to be decided that which of the actions is appropriate.
48. Statement: Mr. Tripathi, retired Principal, selected to be awarded by State Government during Teacher’s Day, questioned the relevance of celebrating the occasion in today’s materialistic world.
I. Expenses of Teacher’s Day celebrations need to be reduced.
II. More money should be allotted for Teacher’s Day celebrations.
III. Role and responsibilities of the teachers should be seen in present context.
(A) None of these (B) Either I or II
(C) Only III (D) II and III
49. Statement: Reports claim that tribals near some of the uranium mines suffer from several diseases due to exposure to the radioactive residue.
I. The government should immediately close those mines.
II. The government should make arrangements so that local residents do not come in contact with radioactive residue.
III. Tribals should be rehabilitated somewhere else.
(A) None of these (B) I and II
(C) I and III (D) II and III
50. In section A of a class, there are 4 girls out of 7 students, while in section B of the same class there are 5 boys out of 8 students. What is the ratio of girls in sections A and B?
(A) 24 : 35 (B) 35 : 24
(C) 32: 21 (D) 21 : 32