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## IISER Exam Model Papers -2 (Hindi): Bhautiki

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## IISER Exam Model Papers -2 (Hindi): Bhautiki

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## IISER Exam Model Papers -2 (Hindi): Ganit

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## IISER Exam Model Papers -2 (Hindi): Ganit

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## IISER Exam Model Papers -2 (Hindi): Rashayan Vigyan

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## IISER Exam Model Papers -2 (Hindi): Rashayan Vigyan

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## IISER Exam Model Papers -2 (Hindi): Jeev Vigyan

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## IISER Exam Model Papers 2 : Physics

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## IISER Exam Model Papers 2 : Physics

46. Dimension of Planck’s constant is equivalent to the dimension of which of the following quantities?

A. Force.
B. Energy.
C. Linear momentum.
D. Angular momentum.

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## IISER Exam Model Papers 2 : Mathematics

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31. The equations of two lines are x + 2y = 1 and 2x − y = 3.

A. These lines are parallel.
B. These lines are perpendicular.
C. These lines are at an angle of 60
D. These lines are at an angle of 30

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## IISER Exam Model Papers 2 : Chemistry

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16. The correct stability order of −C−−−N, −C−−−P, −C−−−As, and −C−−−Sb bonds would be

A. −C−−−N > −C−−−As > −C−−−Sb > −C−−−P.
B. −C−−−As > −C−−−N > −C−−−P > −C−−−Sb.
C. −C−−−N > −C−−−P > −C−−−As > −C−−−Sb.
D. −C−−−Sb > −C−−−As > −C−−−P > −C−−−N.

17. As predicted by VSEPR theory, the molecular shapes of XeF2 and XeF4 are respectively

A. Bent and square planar.
B. Linear and tetrahedral.
C. Bent and tetrahedral.
D. Linear and square planar.

18. Which of the following statements holds true for Cu(I) and Cu(II) complexes?

A. Cu(II) complexes are diamagnetic but Cu(I) complexes are paramagnetic.
B. Both Cu(I) and Cu(II) complexes are paramagnetic.
C. Both Cu(I) and Cu(II) complexes are diamagnetic.
D. Cu(II) complexes are paramagnetic but Cu(I) complexes are diamagnetic.

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## IISER Exam Model Papers 2 : Biology

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1. Offspring formed by sexual reproduction exhibit more variation than those formed by asexual reproduction because

A. each gamete has unique genetic composition.
B. sexual reproduction is a lengthy process.
C. genetic material comes from parents of two different species.
D. greater amount of DNA is involved in sexual reproduction.

2. In the human body which element is most abundant by weight and by number respectively?

A. carbon, hydrogen.
B. oxygen, hydrogen.
C. oxygen, carbon.
D. carbon, nitrogen.

3. Approximately how many cells of staphylococci will be able to fit in the volume of a human red blood cell?

A. 10.
B. 1000.
C. 10000.
D. 50000.

4. Although intracellular bacterial infection can be treated by giving an antibiotic that blocks protein synthesis, it doesn’t affect human cells. Why?

A. Antibiotic molecules can’t enter human cells.
B. Antibiotic gets degraded by human cell.
C. Human ribosomes are different from bacterial ribosomes.
D. Human genetic code is different from bacterial genetic code.

5. Which of the following groups of animals you would expect to evolve chemical defences against predators?

A. slow moving with hard shell.
B. sedentary without a hard shell.
C. burrowing.
D. arboreal.

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## IISER Syllabus

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## IISER Syllabus

Syllabus for the IISER aptitude test is given below. The syllabus generally follows the NCERT syllabus for classes XI and XII.

## Mathematics

1. Sets
2. Relations and functions
3. Trigonometric Functions
4. Inverse Trigonometric Functions
5. Principle of Mathematical Induction
6. Complex Numbers and Quadratic Equations
7. Linear Inequalities
8. Permutations and Combinations
9. Binomial Theorem
10. Sequences and Series
11. Straight Lines
12. Conic Sections
13. Introduction to Three Dimensional Geometry
14. Limits and Derivatives
15. Mathematical Reasoning
16. Statistics
17. Probability
18. Matrices
19. Determinants
20. Continuity and Differentiability
21. Application of Derivatives
22. Integrals
23. Applications of integrals
24. Differential equations
25. Vectors
26. Three dimensional geometry
27. Linear Programming

## Physics

1. Physical World and Measurement
2. Kinematics
3. Laws of Motion
4. Work, Energy and Power
5. Motion of Systems of Particles and Rigid body
6. Gravitation
7. Properties of bulk matter
8. Thermodynamics
9. Behavior of perfect gas and kinetic energy
10. Oscillations
11. Waves
12. Electrostatics
13. Current Electricity
14. Magnetic effect of current and magnetism
15. Electromagnetic Induction
16. Alternating Current
17. Electromagnetic Waves
18. Optics
19. Dual Nature of Radiation and Matter
20. Atoms
21. Nuclei
22. Electronic devices
23. Communication Systems

## Chemistry

1. Some Basic Concept of Chemistry
2. Structure of Atom
3. Classification of Elements and Periodicity in Properties
4. Chemical Bonding and Molecular Structure
5. States of Matter
6. Thermodynamics
7. Equilibrium
8. Redox Reactions
9. Hydrogen
10. The s-block Elements
11. The p-block Elements
12. Organic Chemistry – Some Basic Principles and Techniques
13. Hydrocarbons
14. Environmental Chemistry
15. The solid state
16. Solutions
17. Electrochemistry
18. Chemical Kinetics
19. Surface chemistry
20. General principles and processes of isolation of elements
21. The p-block elements
22. The d- & f-block elements
23. Coordination compounds
24. Haloalkanes and haloarenes
25. Alcohols, phenols and ethers
26. Aldehydes, ketones and carboxylic acids
27. Organic compounds containing nitrogens
28. Biomolecules
29. Polymers
30. Chemistry in everyday life

## Biology

1. Diversity in the living world
2. Structural organization in animals and plants
3. Cell structure and function
4. Plant physiology
5. Human physiology
6. Reproduction

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## IISER Exam Model Papers : Physics

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The syllabus generally follows the NCERT syllabus for classes XI and XII. You can find some sample question papers here

46. A physical quantity f depends on the dimensionful quantities x and y as follows:

f = A x + B exp (c y) .

Which of the following do not have the same dimensions:

A. f and B

## IISER Exam Model Papers : Mathematics

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## IISER Exam Model Papers : Chemistry

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16. What is the potential of a cell containing two hydrogen electrodes, in which the anode is in contact with 10−5M HCl and the cathode is in contact with 1000 times the concentration of HCl as that of the anode?

A. 0.36 V.
B. 0.18 V.
C. −0.36 V.
D. −0.18 V.

17. Phosphorus pentoxide, P4O10, has each phosphorus linked to:

## IISER Exam Model Papers : Biology

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1. If an interphase cell is treated with cyanide (a metabolic poison), the cell does not divide by mitosis. However, if cyanide is added right after mitosis has started, the same cell completes mitosis. Which of the following explains this observation?

A. Metabolic activity ceases during mitosis
B. Cell division does not require metabolic activity
C. Energy required for mitosis is produced and stored in the cell during interphase
D. Mitotic cells make factors that make them resistant to cyanide

2. The symplast pathway is most easily disrupted when

A. Water transport channels in the plasma membrane of the root hair cells malfunction
B. Water transport channels in the plasma membrane of the root cortex malfunction
C. Water transport channels in the plasma membrane of the root endodermis malfunction
D. Water transport channels in the plasma membrane of the guard cells malfunction

3. Paleontological studies use fossil pollen because

A. Pollen retains viability for long periods of time unlike male gametes in animals
B. The intine of pollen is very hard and stable and can be used in rescuing plant populations on a decline
C. The exine of pollen retains its structure for long periods of time
D. Soil pollen banks, unlike soil seed banks, stay dormant for long periods of time

4. Which of the following is not an assumption of the Hardy-Weinberg principle?

A. Mating is random in the population
B. There are no mutations
C. All individuals have an equal opportunity to survive and reproduce
D. Immigration and emigration occurs in the population

5. The lens of many vertebrate eyes is a crystallized form of a protein that also functions in digestion as a metabolic enzyme. This shows that

A. Vision and digestion co-evolved
B. Digestion necessarily evolved prior to vision since it is a more basic function
C. Evolution in opportunistic
D. Vision and digestion evolved around the same time

6. On which segment of the human chromosome is the enzyme Reverse Transcriptase located?

A. Centromere
B. Telomere
C. Kinetochore
D. Satellite

7. Muscle X and muscle Y are of the same size, but muscle X is capable of much finer control than muscle Y. Which of the following is likely to be true of muscle X?

A. It is controlled by more neurons than muscle Y
B. It contains fewer motor units than muscle Y
C. It is controlled by fewer neurons than muscle Y
D. Each of its motor units consists of more cells than the motor units of muscle Y

8. A National Park associated with rhinoceros is

A. Kaziranga
B. Corbett
C. Ranthambore
D. Valley of Flowers

9. During HIV infection

A. Number of helper T-lymphocytes increase
B. Number of helper T-lymphocytes decrease
C. Number of red blood cells increase
D. Number of red blood cells decrease

10. If the blood groups of the father and mother are AB and B respectively, then which one of the following statements is true with respect to their children’s blood group?

A. Blood group is either A or B
B. Blood group is either B or AB
C. Blood group is AB only
D. Blood group can be A or B or AB

11. The sequence of DNA is 5’-ATGGTTCCATC-3’. What is the sequence of the complimentary RNA strand?

A. 5’-TACCAAGGTAG-3’
B. 3’-TACCAAGGTAG-5’
C. 3’-UACCAAGGUAG-5’
D. 5’-UACCAAGGUAG-3’

12. Which one of the following statements is correct with respect to Biochemical Oxygen Demand (BOD)?

A. Secondary treatment of effluent decreases the BOD
B. Secondary treatment of effluent increases the BOD
C. Secondary treatment of effluent does not change the BOD
D. Secondary treatment of effluent first increases and then decreases the BOD

13. Which of the following is a general nature of plant-pollinator interactions?