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      NTS Affiliated Universities & Institutions   Following are the list of universities and institutions which are associated with NAT. If a candidate wants to get admission in any of the listed universities he or she has to appear for NAT test first for qualifying the criteria for admission. Eligibility criteria for NAT test is: completion of 12 years education for NAT-I and completion of 14 years education for NAT-II test.   Here is the list of Universities which are Affiliated with NTS (National Testing Service) CECOS University, Peshawar
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      Instiute of Southern Punjab
      International Islamic University, Islamabad (Department of Computer Science, Department of Electronics Engineering)
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 GAT General Sample Test Questions (NTS Sample Paper)

Number of Questions: 100 (Total Marks: 100)

Time allowed: 120 minutes (2 hours)

 

Choose from the following, the answer that is closest in meaning to the main word (Written in Capital letters).

 

1) RESTIVE

  • Restful
  • Restless
  • Crucial
  • Pause

2) CRAVEN

  • Cowardly
  • Laziness
  • Politely
  • Arrogant

Choose from the following, the answer that is opposite in meaning to the main word (Written in Capital letters).

 

1) PERFIDY

  • To impure
  • Thoroughness
  • Purification
  • Loyalty

2) EFFICACY

  • Strange
  • Well-known
  • Inefficiency
  • Effectiveness

Select the pair of words from the given options that best expresses a similar relationship to that in capital pair of words.

 

1) CARPENTER : SAW

  • athlete : runner
  • assembly : member
  • mason : wall
  • reaper : sickle

2) MENDACITY : HONESTY

  • courage : cravenness
  • wickedness : lie
  • money : wealth
  • acclaim : truthfulness

Complete the following summary with suitable answers.

When you can measure (7)__________ you are speaking about, and express it (8)__________ numbers, you know something (9)__________ it; when you cannot measure it, when you cannot (10)__________ it in numbers, your knowledge is of a meager and unsatisfactory kind; it may be the beginning of knowledge, but you have (11)__________, in your thoughts, advanced to the stage of science.

  •  
    • when
    • what
    • where
    • whom
  •  
    • in
    • to
    • from
    • with
  •  
    • for
    • within
    • about
    • nearly
  •  
    • tell
    • ask
    • say
    • express
  •  
    • immature
    • scarcely
    • arrogantly
    • lack

Choose from the following options the answer that is most appropriate.

  • Anas, Umar and I __________ going.
    • am
    • was
    • are
    • have been
  • If I __________ time, I would have purchased it yesterday.
    • had had
    • would had
    • would have
    • had have

Complete the following sentences with the correct option given below.

  • The board was amazed to see such an outstanding research by a mere __________ .
    • doctorate student
    • doctor
    • scientist
    • amateur
  • In the Middle Ages, returning prisoners in exchange for money became common instead of putting to death. Though the act was humane, the primary reasons behind it were __________ rather than __________ .
    • humanitarian, economic
    • economic, humanitarian
    • customs, humanitarian
    • customs, economic
    • customs, promise

Complete the following sentences with the correct option given below.

  • Job in this department __________ a lot of hard work.
    • mean
    • means
    • entails
    • curtail
  • We cannot predict whether he will go on a picnic or not. He is so __________ .
    • deletirious
    • offensive
    • feckless
    • capricious

Read the following paragraphs carefully. Choose the correct answer from the options given below:

These huge waves wreak terrific damage when they crash on the shores of distant lands or continents. Under a perfectly sunny sky and from an apparently calm sea, a wall of water may break twenty or thirty feet high over beaches and waterfronts, crushing houses and drowning unsuspecting residents and bathers in its path.

How are these waves formed? When a submarine earthquake occurs, it is likely to set up a tremendous amount of shock, disturbing the quite waters of the deep ocean. This disturbance travels to the surface and forms a huge swell in the ocean many miles across. It rolls outward in all directions, and the water lowers in the centre as another as another swell looms up. Thus a series of concentric swells are formed similar to those made when a coin or small pebble is dropped into a basin of water. The big difference is in the size. Each of the concentric rings of basin water traveling out toward the edge is only about an inch across and less than a quarter of an inch high. The swells in the ocean are sometimes nearly a mile wide and rise to several multiple of ten feet in height.

Many of us have heard about these waves, called "tsunami". Nothing was done about tsunamis until after World War II. An underwater earthquake in the Aleutian Islands could start a swell that would break along the shores and cause severe damage. These waves travel hundreds of miles an hour, and one can understand how they would crash!

  • One surprising aspect of the waves discussed in the passage is the fact that they
    • are formed in concentric patterns
    • often strike during clear weather
    • arise under conditions of cold temperature
    • are produced by deep swells
  • It is believed that the waves are caused by
    • seismic changes
    • concentric time belts
    • underwater earthquakes
    • storms
  • The normal maximum width of the waves is approximately
    • one mile
    • five miles
    • five feet
    • ten feet
  • Nothing was done about the waves until
    • deaths occurred
    • a solution was found
    • millions of dollars worth of damage was incurred
    • the outbreak of World War II
  • The movement of the waves has been measured at a speed of
    • 1 mile an hour
    • 50 miles an hour
    • 100 miles an hour
    • more than a hundred miles an hour 

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 GAT General Sample Test Questions (NTS Sample Paper)

Number of Questions: 100 (Total Marks: 100)

Time allowed: 120 minutes (2 hours)

 

Choose from the following, the answer that is closest in meaning to the main word (Written in Capital letters).

 

1) RESTIVE

  • Restful
  • Restless
  • Crucial
  • Pause

2) CRAVEN

  • Cowardly
  • Laziness
  • Politely
  • Arrogant

Choose from the following, the answer that is opposite in meaning to the main word (Written in Capital letters).

 

1) PERFIDY

  • To impure
  • Thoroughness
  • Purification
  • Loyalty

2) EFFICACY

  • Strange
  • Well-known
  • Inefficiency
  • Effectiveness

Select the pair of words from the given options that best expresses a similar relationship to that in capital pair of words.

 

1) CARPENTER : SAW

  • athlete : runner
  • assembly : member
  • mason : wall
  • reaper : sickle

2) MENDACITY : HONESTY

  • courage : cravenness
  • wickedness : lie
  • money : wealth
  • acclaim : truthfulness

Complete the following summary with suitable answers.

 

When you can measure (7)__________ you are speaking about, and express it (8)__________ numbers, you know something (9)__________ it; when you cannot measure it, when you cannot (10)__________ it in numbers, your knowledge is of a meager and unsatisfactory kind; it may be the beginning of knowledge, but you have (11)__________, in your thoughts, advanced to the stage of science.

  •  
    • when
    • what
    • where
    • whom
  •  
    • in
    • to
    • from
    • with
  •  
    • for
    • within
    • about
    • nearly
  •  
    • tell
    • ask
    • say
    • express
  •  
    • immature
    • scarcely
    • arrogantly
    • lack

Choose from the following options the answer that is most appropriate.

  • Anas, Umar and I __________ going.
    • am
    • was
    • are
    • have been
  • If I __________ time, I would have purchased it yesterday.
    • had had
    • would had
    • would have
    • had have

Complete the following sentences with the correct option given below.

  • The board was amazed to see such an outstanding research by a mere __________ .
    • doctorate student
    • doctor
    • scientist
    • amateur
  • In the Middle Ages, returning prisoners in exchange for money became common instead of putting to death. Though the act was humane, the primary reasons behind it were __________ rather than __________ .
    • humanitarian, economic
    • economic, humanitarian
    • customs, humanitarian
    • customs, economic
    • customs, promise

Complete the following sentences with the correct option given below.

  • Job in this department __________ a lot of hard work.
    • mean
    • means
    • entails
    • curtail
  • We cannot predict whether he will go on a picnic or not. He is so __________ .
    • deletirious
    • offensive
    • feckless
    • capricious

Read the following paragraphs carefully. Choose the correct answer from the options given below:

 

These huge waves wreak terrific damage when they crash on the shores of distant lands or continents. Under a perfectly sunny sky and from an apparently calm sea, a wall of water may break twenty or thirty feet high over beaches and waterfronts, crushing houses and drowning unsuspecting residents and bathers in its path.

 

How are these waves formed? When a submarine earthquake occurs, it is likely to set up a tremendous amount of shock, disturbing the quite waters of the deep ocean. This disturbance travels to the surface and forms a huge swell in the ocean many miles across. It rolls outward in all directions, and the water lowers in the centre as another as another swell looms up. Thus a series of concentric swells are formed similar to those made when a coin or small pebble is dropped into a basin of water. The big difference is in the size. Each of the concentric rings of basin water traveling out toward the edge is only about an inch across and less than a quarter of an inch high. The swells in the ocean are sometimes nearly a mile wide and rise to several multiple of ten feet in height.

 

Many of us have heard about these waves, called "tsunami". Nothing was done about tsunamis until after World War II. An underwater earthquake in the Aleutian Islands could start a swell that would break along the shores and cause severe damage. These waves travel hundreds of miles an hour, and one can understand how they would crash!

  • One surprising aspect of the waves discussed in the passage is the fact that they
    • are formed in concentric patterns
    • often strike during clear weather
    • arise under conditions of cold temperature
    • are produced by deep swells
  • It is believed that the waves are caused by
    • seismic changes
    • concentric time belts
    • underwater earthquakes
    • storms
  • The normal maximum width of the waves is approximately
    • one mile
    • five miles
    • five feet
    • ten feet
  • Nothing was done about the waves until
    • deaths occurred
    • a solution was found
    • millions of dollars worth of damage was incurred
    • the outbreak of World War II
  • The movement of the waves has been measured at a speed of
    • 1 mile an hour
    • 50 miles an hour
    • 100 miles an hour
    • more than a hundred miles an hour 

 

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