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Mock Test Paper 1

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It might be difficult to prepare for the UGC NET exam, particularly for Paper 1, which assesses applicants’ aptitude for teaching and research. Mock tests, however, are an invaluable resource that can greatly improve your confidence and level of preparation. These mock tests help you get familiar with the format and schedule of the real UGC NET Exam while also giving you important information about your areas of strength and weakness.

why it’s crucial to include practice exams

  • Exam Simulation: By simulating the real exam setting, mock exams help you get a sense of the pressure and time limits you’ll encounter on exam day. You can improve your time management abilities and create methods to successfully complete various portions by practicing these tests.
  • Finding Weak Spots: Mock exams assist in identifying your weak points. Analyzing your performance on mock tests allows you to concentrate your practice on the areas that require the most improvement, such as understanding, reasoning, or data interpretation.\
  • Understanding of Question Types: The UGC NET Paper 1 contains a variety of question types, ranging from multiple-choice to assertion-reasoning. You are exposed to these various formats during mock exams, which helps you get acquainted with the kinds of questions you’ll be asked and develop suitable response techniques.
  • Self-Evaluation: You can determine your level of exam preparation by using mock examinations as a self-assessment tool. It’s helpful to regularly assess how well you performed on these practice exams in order to monitor your development and pinpoint areas that still need work or revision.
  • Answer Key and Explanations: A thorough mock exam has to have an answer key and thorough justifications for every question. This function is quite helpful since it enables you to study, get clarification on any questions, and comprehend the reasoning behind the right answers.
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Paper 1 mock test 1

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In the context of communication, usual sequence is

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The proposition ‘No red is black is equivalent to which of the following propositions?

(i) No black is red

(ii) All red are black

(iii) Some red are not black

(iv) Red is not black

Select the correct answer from the options given below:

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When subject and predicate of both the premises are the same but they differ in quality only, it is known as

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A communication process can be considered complete when

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Which of the strategies in the list given below will be associated with direct teaching?

(i) Providing examples and explanation

(ii) Promoting inquiry

(iii) Focussing on concepts

(iv) Giving review and recapitulation

(v) Oering practice and feedback

(vi) Problem raising and problem-solving

Choose the correct answer from the options given below:

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From the list given below identify those questions which are called process rather than content based questions?

(i) Convergent questions

(ii) Divergent questions

(iii) Fact based questions

(iv) Concept based questions

(v) Open questions

(vi) Closed questions.

Choose the correct answer from the options given below:

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The alignment of landmass with other elements can be seen by a passenger on a flight on a

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Mass media do not have pre-determined functions for everyone and people use them the way they like. This is suggestive of the fact that,

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Which of the following fractions is the result of the sum of an integer and its reciprocal?

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If REASON is coded as 5 and GOVERNMENT as 9, than what is the code for ACCIDENT?

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Paper 1 Mock Test 2

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Given below are two statements:
Statement (I): SPSS is an open-source software for data analysis.
Statement (II): Turnitin is a very useful software for statistical data analysis.
In light of the above statements, choose the most appropriate answer from the options given below.

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As per square of opposition, if the statement- “All apes are mammals” is given as true, which of the following statements can be immediately inferred to be false? (a) No apes are mammals.
(b) Some apes are mammals.
(c) Some mammals are apes.
(d) Some apes are not mammals.
Choose the correct answer from the options given below:

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Mirroring another person’s non-verbal behaviour facilitates

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Lord Auckland supported the idea of establishing ________in places with a large population.

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The memory for general knowledge and facts about the world, as well as memory for the rules of logic that are used to deduce other facts is known as:
Temporary memory

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Which of the following are true about the millennium development goals (MDGs)?
(a) MDGs have 8 goals
(b) MDGs have 40 targets
(c) MDGs were to be achieved by the year 2015
(d) MDGs were the successor of sustainable development goals

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“Either you let me go to Las Vegas for a vacation or I will be miserable for the rest of my life. I am sure you don’t want to see me miserable so you have a clear decision to allow me to go for a vacation to Las Vegas.” Which fallacy is committed in this statement?

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An ontological position which asserts that social phenomena and their meanings are continually being accomplished by social which actors, refers to

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The monthly expenses (in thousand ₹) of a family during a year from January to December months were 16, 19, 18, 23, 24, 28, 26, 19, 19, 22, 20 and 18 respectively. In which of the months the deviation of the expenses from the average monthly expenses of the year was the least?

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Given below are two statements:
Statement (I): The National Accreditation Board, as per NEP report of 2016, must oversee the entire process of accreditation, set standards and define guidelines for the purpose.
Statement (II): It can license the private agencies (preferable non-profit ones), who will do the actual evaluation of academic institutions.
In light of the above statements, choose the most appropriate answer from the options given below.

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paper 1 Mock test 3

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Given below are two statements:
Statement (I): Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) were mainly targeted at developing or poor countries.
Statement (II): Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are targeted at all countries whether developed, developing or poor.
In the light of the above statements, choose the most appropriate answer from the options given below:

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Identify the similarities between quantitative and qualitative research:
(a) Both are concerned with data reduction.
(b) Both are concerned with variation in data.
(c) Both lay emphasis on contextual understanding.
(d) Both lay emphasis on generalization.
(e) Both are concerned with answering research questions.

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The organized bodies of information stored in memory that bias the way new information is
interpreted, stored, and recalled is known as:

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The convention on biological diversity is dedicated to promote sustainable development
conceived as a practical tool for translating the principles of:

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Identify the correct reasons for writing a literature review:
(a) You need to know what is already known in connection with your research area.
(b) It may help you to develop an analytic framework.
(c) It will help with the interpretation of your findings.
(d) It may suggest further research questions for you.

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One of the four maxims of conversation, quantity maxim, reflects the right amount of:

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If the statement “Some rectangles are not squares” is given as true, then according to the square of opposition which of the following statements can by immediately inferred to be false?

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When the primary function of communication is to convey new information, it is known as:

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In an arithmetic series having 50 terms, the first and last terms are 3 and 199, respectively. What is the sum of the series?

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Which among the following is an open source software for data analysis?

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The average score is 39%

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PAPER 1-MOCK TEST 4

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Anil has an MP3 fide stored in his computer. Which type of data in stend in an MP3 file?

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Addressing nation on independence day 2019, Prime Minister Sri Narendra Modi set a goal of tap
water to every rural house hold by the year:

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The term ‘analog media’ was originally derived from:

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Which commission/committee recommended that ‘the ordinary amenities and decencies of life
should be provided for women in colleges ordinarily planned for men and that there should be no
curtailment of opportunities for women’?

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Which of the following are not the characteristics of conventional learning?
(a) Emphasis on self directed learning and independent study
(b) Students learn through listening and observation
(c) No fixed curriculum.
(d) Learner oriented
(e) Require regular attendance
Choose the correct answer from the options given below:

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. Analogy roughly corresponds to:

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Which of the following, are not the examples of a positive teacher – student relationship?
(a) A teacher who punishes students for asking questions.
(b) A teacher who provides students with positive feedback and constructive criticism.
(c) A teacher who fosters open communication and mutual respect.
(d) A teacher who humiliates his/her students.
(e) A teacher who ignores the needs and concerns of his/her students
Choose the correct answer from the options given below:

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In a certain coded language, ‘RAM’ a coded as 32 and ‘SITA’ is coded as 49. How ‘SHYAM’ will be
coded in that language?

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Which of the following are the orders of signification in communication?
(a) Denotation
(b) Connotation
(c) Myth
(d) Credibility
(e) Attribution

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In order to know if the argument in deductive or inductive, out of the four given tests which one
applies to the following example?
“Alan is a father. Therefore, Alan is a male”

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The average score is 49%

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Paper 1 – Mock Test 5

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The characteristics of scientific method of research are
(i) Empiricism
(ii) Objectivity
(iii) Systematic
(iv) Secretive
(v) Security’ related
(vi) Predictive

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The kind of numbers which do not represent amounts but instead represent kind (different qualities, types or categories) are known as

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Which among the following best describes emotional intelligence as a learner characteristic?
(i) Recognize their own and other people’s emotions.
(ii) Expressing their emotions strongly.
(iii) Use emotional information to guide thinking and behaviour.
(iv) Good observation, scientific drinking and deductive reasoning.
(v) Adjusting emotions to adapt to environments.
(vi) Being creative and open to diverse viewpoints.

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The goal of formative assessment is to

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In a school, in which there are large number of failures, you may like to develop test for eliminating those who are likely to have substantial difficulties in meeting the academic goals of teaching. For this you need to develop test which should be able to predict the individual’s ability or readiness to undertake the study of a school subject successfully. What is the name of such test

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Poster sessions in research conferences provide better opportunities for

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Which among the following can best be used as an asynchronous teaching aid?
(i) Skype
(ii) Blog
(iii) Facebook post
(iv) Online chat
(v) Email
(vi) Google Hangout

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In a research setting, participants may act differently because they think they are getting special attention. This reaction of treatment group to the special attention rather than the treatment itself is known as

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In teaching learning context, the results of an evaluation are useful to teachers in various ways. Which among the following is most important use for a teacher?

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When a reviewer reviews a research article without knowing the authors name, it is referred to as

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The average score is 47%

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