Class/Course - Class VII

Subject - Science

Total Number of Question/s - 3193


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  • 1. Nutrition in Plants - Quiz

    1. Lichens are
    a) Symbiotic algae and fungi
    b) Carnivorous plants
    c) Animals which can perform photosynthesis
    d) Interdependent algae

    2. Absorption of carbon dioxide by the plant from the atmosphere is represented by the arrow :
    a) 1
    b) 2
    c) 3
    d) none

  • 2. Nutrition in Animals - Quiz

    1. Amoeba procures food through:
    a) probosics
    b) pseudopodia
    c) cilia
    d) tongue

    2. Large intestine absorbs
    a) Digested food
    b) Undigested food
    c) Water
    d) Remaining enzymes

  • 3. Fibre to Fabric - Quiz

    1. The soft silk yarn is an strong as compared to ______.
    a) Cotton
    b) Jute
    c) Steel
    d) Polyster

    2. Which of the following fibres spun and woven into woollen cloth?
    a) Longer fibres
    b) Shorter fibres
    c) Fluffy fibres
    d) None of these

  • 4. Heat - Quiz

    1. Process of change of state from liquid to solid is called:
    a) melting
    b) freezing
    c) boiling
    d) condensation

    2. Human body temperature is normally:
    a) 320F
    b) 98.60F
    c) 100.40F
    d) 2120F

  • 5. Acids, Bases and Salts - Quiz

    1. When an acid is slowly added to water:
    a) It absorbs heat
    b) It releases heat
    c) There is no heat changes
    d) None of these

    2. 2NO2 reacts with water to give:
    a) HNO2 and HNO3
    b) NO2
    c) HNO2
    d) HNO3

  • 6. Physical and Chemical Changes - Quiz

    1. Pooja took a candle in a vessel and heated the vessel. Even though the candle did not burn, it changed its shape and state. What kind of change is this?
    a) Physical change
    b) Neutralisation
    c) Chemical change
    d) None of these

    2. The crystal that are obtained after crystallization are:
    a) 10% pure
    b) Between 20% to 50% pure
    c) More than 90% pure
    d) Between 50% to 90% pure

  • 7. Weather, Climate and Adaptations of Animals to Climate - Quiz

    1. Tigers and leopards have stripes on their bodies. This adaptation helps them
    a) To mix with the surroundings
    b) To keep their bodies cool
    c) To keep their bodies hot
    d) To look beautiful

    2. Weather is predicted by considering
    a) the movement of air
    b) amount of water vapour
    c) temperature
    d) all of these

  • 8. Winds, Storms and Cyclones - Quiz

    1. An anemometer is an instrument that is most similar to a:
    a) Speedometer
    b) Accelerator
    c) Flag
    d) Electric meter

    2. Which drinking a soft drink with the help of a straw the pressure in the straw is_________ and the pressure in the bottle is________
    a) Less, high
    b) High, less
    c) High, high
    d) Less, less

  • 9. Soil - Quiz

    1. Which of the following present in the soil is most helpful to the growth of plants?
    a) Sand
    b) Humus
    c) Clay
    d) Small porous rocks

    2. ________ is used to make pots, toys and status.
    a) Loamysoil
    b) Silt
    c) Clayey soil
    d) Sandy soil

  • 10. Transportation in Animals and Plants - Quiz

    1. When haemoglobin combines with oxygen, the compound formed is
    a) haemoglobide
    b) haemoglobin oxide
    c) haemoglobic oxide
    d) oxyhaemoglobin

    2. Blood vessel carrying blood from the lungs to the heart is
    a) Pulmonary vein
    b) Pulmonary artery
    c) Coronary artery
    d) None of these

  • 11. Reproduction in Plants - Quiz

    1. ______________ develop into embryo.
    a) Zygote
    b) Micropyle
    c) Chalaza
    d) Pollen grain

    2. Carrots reproduce from
    a) modified stems
    b) modified roots
    c) modified leaves
    d) modified seeds

  • 12. Respiration in Organisms - Quiz

    1. Gaseous exchange in plants take place through _________ and_________
    a) Guard cells, grana
    b) Stomata, lenticels
    c) Storma, grana
    d) None of the above

    2. Gills are for
    a) Aquatic respiration
    b) Terrestrial respiration
    c) Pulmonary respiration
    d) All types of respiration

  • 13. Motion and Time - Quiz

    1. Which of the following graphs should be used to represent the percentage of boys and girls in a class ?
    a) Bar graph
    b) Pie chart
    c) Line graph
    d) Venn diagram

    2. All of the following is a unit of time except:
    a) Seconds
    b) Light year
    c) Months
    d) Years

  • 14. Electric Current and its Effects - Quiz

    1. Which of the following statements regarding an electromagnet is NOT true?
    a) It is permanent magnet
    b) It is used in fans and radio
    c) Insulated wire is wound around it
    d) It works only in the presence of electricity

    2. Why is the bulb brighter when it is powered by two cells rather than one?
    a) Because the flow of electricity in the circuit is less
    b) because the flow of electricity in the circuit is greater
    c) Because the flow of electricity in the circuit is the same
    d) None of these

  • 15. Light - Quiz

    1. The earth -light can be seen from :
    a) the sun
    b) the moon
    c) the earth
    d) none of these

    2. We are able to see objects because :
    a) They absorb light
    b) They reflect light
    c) Total internal reflection takes place in them
    d) All the light is refracted through them

  • 16. Water - Quiz

    1. The earth appears blue from outer space because:
    a) of the water
    b) of the forest
    c) of the sky
    d) all of these

    2. Water is an extremely stable:
    a) Compound
    b) Atom
    c) Element
    d) Mixture

  • 17. Forests Our Lifeline - Quiz

    1. Plants produces the __________ gas.
    a) Carbon dioxide
    b) Oxygen
    c) Water
    d) Energy

    2. A food chain consists of
    a) produces only
    b) produces and consumers
    c) consumers only
    d) decomposers only