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ENTRY TEST ENGLISH SECTION (MCAT)

Choose the right option from A, B, C and D to fill in the blanks.


Q.1.This well documented history is of importance because it carefully------------the------
accomplishments of Native American artists who are all too little known to the public at large.
A. substantiate, considerable B. recognizes, negligible
C. overlooks, purported D. distorts, noteworthy
Q.2. Perhaps because he feels-------by an excess of parental restrictions and rules, at
adolescence the repressed child may break out dramatically.
A. nurtured B. appeased C. confined D. fascinated
Q.3. As a girl, Emily Dickinson was------but also-------: extraordinarily intense about her poetry
yet exceptionally inhibited socially.
A. zealous, gregarious B. ardent, repressed
C. prudent, reserved D. rash, intrusive
Q.4. The good nights sleep had---------effect on the weary climber who woke refreshed and
eager to resume the ascent.
A. an innocuous B. a tonic C. a minor D. an enervating

Spot the error in the sentences below from the options A, B, C and D.
Q.5. I have been thinking lately about the monsters or fantasies or whatever that frightened
A B C
myself as a child.
D
Q.6. Post-operative patients who fail to exercise as regular as their doctors recommend take
A B C
Longer to recover from surgery than more active patients do.
D
Q.7. He worked in the lumber camps during the summer not because of the money but
because
A B C
He wanted to strengthen his muscles by doing hard physical labor.
D

Q.8. That book is liable to become a best seller because it is well written, full of suspense and
A B C
very entertaining.
D

Choose the right sentence from the options A, B, C and D.

Q.9. A. Only a small amount of the breeds of cattle have been brought to our country.
B. Only a little amount of the breeds of cattle have been brought to our country.
C. Only a small number of the breeds of cattle have been brought to our country.
D. Only a little number of the breeds of cattle have been brought to our country.

Q.10. A. It wasnt very sensible in you to leave your sweat shirt at home in this weather.
B. It wasnt very sensible about yours to leave your sweat shirt at home in this weather.
C. It wasnt very sensible of you to leave your sweat shirt at home in this weather.
D. It wasnt very sensibly of you to leave your sweat shirt at home in this weather.

Q.11. A. He had a winning smile, an above average intelligence, and he was always tenaciously
persistent.
B. He had a winning smile, an above average intelligence, and a tenacious persistence.
C. He had a winning smile, and above average intelligence, and, with tenacity, he always
persisted.
D. He had a winning smile, and above average intelligence, and he persisted in a
tenacious manner.

Q.12. A. The daughter wove tapestries and the sons played songs at ancient flutes and pipes.
B. The daughter wove tapestries and the sons played songs at antique flutes and pipes.
C. The daughter wove tapestries and the sons played songs on ancient flutes and pipes.
D. The daughter wove tapestries and the sons played songs on to ancient flutes and pipes.

In each of the following question, four alternative meanings of a word are given.
You have to select the nearest correct meaning of the given word.

Q.13. ADROIT
A. dexterous B. calm C. selfless D. confused
Q.14. ANTAGONIST
A. martyr B. rival C. Austere D. judge
Q.15. ASSUME
A. collect B. waste C. suppose D. attack
Q.16. BESET
A. charm B. torment C. attach D. deceive
Q.17. BOWDLERIZE
A. scold B. bedevil C. paste D. Edit
Q.18. CAREER
A. picker B. seizure C. vocation D. vacation
Q.19. CHASTISE
A. scold B. cold C. behold D. purify
Q.20. COMELY
A. loud B. curved C. ugly D. pretty
Q.21. COPACETIC
A. Acidic B. good C. bad D. dignified
Q.22. COTERIE
A. Bend B. curvature C. private D. Band

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