NSTSE Class 3 Year 2019 Higher Questions and Answers Part 3

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21. How many

Square shape

Square Shape

are needed to complete the square?

The number of squares

The Number of Squares

(A) 5

(B) 6

(C) 3

(D) 4

22. and. Find X.

(A) 14

(B) 13

(C) 12

(D) 10

23. Kushi and Avni tried to run from their apartment to the park. They both ran of the way and they followed the same path. Who ran farther? Kushi or Avni?

(A) Kushi

(B) Avni

(C) They ran the same distance

(D) It is not possible to know

24. Observe the diagram carefully.

Weight of Pranav, Kriti and Vinni

Weight of Pranav, Kriti and Vinni

Vinni’s mass is _____ kg.

(A) 44

(B) 40

(C) 38

(D) 34

25. The bucket can hold less than the total volume of containers A, B, C. the volume of the bucket is ___.

3 containers with 1 bucket

3 Containers with 1 Bucket





General Science

26. Which of these is called a star?

(A) The moon

(B) The Sun

(C) The Earth

(D) The Meteor

27. Which of the following animals fleece is used to make wool?

(A) Fox

(B) Tiger

(C) Elephant

(D) Sheep

28. Lilly has a blindfold over her eyes and is laughing because she is getting tickled when her puppy licks her toes.

Lilly with her puppy

Lilly with Her Puppy

At which of the following parts is she least likely to feel ticked?

(A) Her knee

(B) Her ears

(C) Her neck

(D) Her nails

29. Water changes into gas from when the

(A) Water is kept in vessel full of ice.

(B) Sun or other heat source that causes the water to evaporate.

(C) Water is kept in a freezer.

(D) Water is cooled.

30. We have longer days and shorter nights in

(A) Summer

(B) Winter

(C) Spring

(D) Rains

31. Which of the following are birds?

i. Penguin

ii. Ostrich

iii. Bat

iv. Duck

(A) (i), (ii) and (iv) only

(B) (i), (iii) and (iv) only

(C) (ii), (iii) and (iv) only

(D) (i), (ii), (ii) and (iv)

32. Humus is made up of

(A) Coarse particles of gravel.

(B) Small pieces of stones.

(C) Rotten leaves and decayed bodies of plants & animals.

(D) Coarse particles of gravel, small sand pieces, clay, and small stones.

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