Oracle IAS (Dehradun) brings you quiz for Uttarakhand PCS prelim exam (UKPCS- UKPSC ). This quiz is relevant for the general studies prelims exams conducted by UKPSC-UKPCS. The quiz is relevant for UKPCS-UKPSC lower prelims exams and UKPCS -UKPSC upper prelims exam. This quiz for UKPCS -UKPSC has 10 questions and should be done within 5 min.

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- UKPCS Prelims GS quiz #116 - 28th May 2020
- UKPCS Prelims GS quiz #115 - 26th May 2020
- UKPCS Prelims GS quiz #114 - 21st May 2020

### #1 Consider the pair of words given below : Geeta : Quran Choose the pair of words from the options given below, having the same relationship/ analogy as in the pair mentioned above.

### #2 A man can row 6 km./hr. in still water and the river is flowing at 4 km./hr. If the man takes 1 1 2 hrs to row a place and then back, how far is the place ?

### #4 Ram starts from a point and walks 10 km towards North, turns right and walks 15 km, turns left and walks 8 km, turns towards south and walks 25 km. He again turns right and walks 15 km. In which direction is Ram going now ?

### #5 It is 9:30 a.m. now. Due to some fault, hour’s hand of the clock sticks to its present position whereas minute’s hand continues to move at its normal speed. What will be the angle between two hands of the clock after half an hour ?

### #6 The arithmetic mean of two numbers is 9 and their geometric mean is 6. Their harmonic mean will be

### #7 In a football league of 25 matches, four points are scored for a win, two points for a draw and one point is subtracted for a defeat. If one of the team ends the season with 17 points and remains unbeaten in 40% of its games, then how many matches were played as draw by that team ?

### #8 The angle formed by the hour hand and the minute hand of a clock at 2:15 p.m. is

### #9 If ‘–’ means ‘÷’, ‘×’ means ‘+’, ‘÷’ means ‘×’ and ‘+’ means ‘–’, then 40 ÷ 20 – 4 + 8 × 6 is equal to

### #10 Sarita was asked to multiply a certain number by 36. By mistake, she multiplied it by 63 and got the answer, 3834 more than the correct one. What was that number ?

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Latest posts by Hemant Bhatt (see all)

- UKPCS Prelims GS quiz #116 - 28th May 2020
- UKPCS Prelims GS quiz #115 - 26th May 2020
- UKPCS Prelims GS quiz #114 - 21st May 2020