CTET Solved Paper - UPTET Feburary 2016

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INSTRUCTIONS
1. This question paper consists of 150 objective type questions, to be completed in maximum 2 hrs 30 min.
2. Each question carries 1 mark and there is no negative marking.
3. This paper has 5 parts: Part I (Child Psychology) (Q. Nos. 1-30), Part II Language I (Hindi) (Q.Nos. 31-60), Part III Language II (English) (Q. Nos. 61-90), Part IV (Mathematics) (Q. Nos. 91-120) and Part V (Environmental Studies) (Q. Nos. 121-150).
PART I
Child Psychology

1. When acquired knowledge in one situation is used in another situation, is called

  • Option : B
  • Explanation : Transfer learning is when acquired knowledge in one situation is used in another situation.
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2. Modification of behaviour through experience is called

  • Option : B
  • Explanation : Learning implies change in knowledge, understanding, skills, interest, habit, attitudes etc, through experience.
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3. In statistics, the bar graph of a frequency distribution is called

  • Option : A
  • Explanation : Histogram is the bar graph of a frequency distribution. It shows the distribution of all observations in a quantitative data set.
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4. At which stage of development, maximum development of intelligence takes place?

  • Option : C
  • Explanation : The thought process becomes more logical, scientific and systematic during adolescence and the adolescent can critically examine the things to make the decision of his own.
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5. Maximum behaviour of the child is based upon

  • Option : A
  • Explanation : The maximum behaviour of the child is based upon instinct. Instinct is the inherent inclination of a child which is not based on prior experience.
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