IMAT Seviye Sınavı

2023 IMAT Sınavı'na hazırlanan öğrencilerimiz için oluşturulmuş çalışmadır.

Aşağıdaki iletişim formunu doldurarak sınava başlayabilirsiniz.

Sınav 100 dakikadır ve süre dolduğunda sayfa kapanacaktır.

Başarılar Dileriz!

İsim Soyisim
Soru 1

The atomic number of aluminium is 13. Which electron configuration given below corresponds to the Al²⁺ ion in its ground state?Deselect Answer

Soru 2

Which of the following molecules contain bond angles of 180° in their gaseous states?

[Atomic numbers: H 1; Be = 4; C = 6; C1 = 17]
  1. BeCl₂
  2. C₂H₂
  3. CC1₄
Deselect Answer

Soru 3

In the reaction:


C₃H₇Br + KOH → C₃H₇OH + KBr

24.6 g of 1-bromopropane reacts with excess potassium hydroxide to produce 8.00 g of propan-1-ol.
Mᵣ: C₃H₇Br = 123

Aᵣ: H = 1.0; C = 12.0; O = 16.0

What is the percentage yield of this reaction?

Deselect Answer

Soru 4

Which of the following is true about a 0.10 M solution of a weak acid, HX?Deselect Answer

Soru 5

When the following oxidation-reduction equation representing a reaction that takes place in ACIDIC solution is correctly balanced using the smallest possible whole number coefficients, the coefficients before the MnO4-,Bi3+,and the H2O are:

              Mn2+ + BiO3- = MnO4- + Bi3+Deselect Answer

Soru 6

Which one of the following violates the octet rule?Deselect Answer

Soru 7

Which isoelectronic series is correctly arranged in order of increasing radius?
( 19K, 20Ca, 18Ar, 17Cl)Deselect Answer

Soru 8

When iron pyrite (FeS2) is heated in air, the process known as "roasting" forms sulfur dioxide and iron(III) oxide. When the equation for this process is completed and balanced, using the smallest whole number coefficients, what is the coefficient for "O2"?
___ FeS2 + ___ O2 → ___ SO2 + ___ Fe2O3Deselect Answer

Soru 9

How many grams of Ag2CO3are required to react with 200 mL of 0.100 M NaOH solution? Mr Ag2CO3 = 462,
Ag2CO3 +2NaOH → Ag2O + Na2CO3 + H2ODeselect Answer

Soru 10

How many grams of NH3 can be prepared from 1.4 gram of N2 and 0.06 gram of H2? (Hint: Write and balance the equation first.) (N=14, H=1)Deselect Answer

Soru 11

Which of the following is a correct name for (CH3)2C=CHCOCH3?Deselect Answer

Soru 12

Which one of the following molecules is a structural isomer of methylcyclopentane?Deselect Answer

Soru 13

If the equation is written in the open form in the least number of terms there would be a term nxᵏy² What are the numbers k and n respectively?Deselect Answer

Soru 14

Which of the followings is equal to
Deselect Answer

Soru 15

Which of the following expressions is equal tofor all integers n?
    Deselect Answer

Soru 16

  1. Which one of the following values is not possible for the quadratic equation; y=x² + 6x + 1
Deselect Answer

Soru 17

What is the sums of the real solutions to the equation Deselect Answer

Soru 18
Soru 19
Soru 20
Soru 21

A word game involves making words from random letters. Letters in a word can score 1, 2, 3, 4 or 5 points.

  • STALE scores 15 points
  • CHEAT scores 15 points
  • CHEST scores 19 points
  • CHASE scores 16 points

How many points is CHALETS worth?Deselect Answer

Soru 22

My tablet computer can fit 20 apps on the screen. When I hold the tablet in a landscape orientation there are five apps going across and four going downwards. When I rotate the tablet so it is portrait there are four apps going across and five going downwards. The icons then shuffle themselves so they are in the same order, reading from the top left of the screen. Which two icons stay in the same spot on the screen?Deselect Answer

Soru 23

There are four cards, all of which have a number on one side and a colour on the other side. They are placed on the table like this:

Which cards do you need to turn over to check whether the following statement is true? 'If there is an even number on one side of the card then the other side is red!Deselect Answer

Soru 24

A stationary vehicle starts accelerating with a magnitude 2m/s² for 5 seconds and keeps that speed for 4 seconds and decelerate 2 seconds with magnitude 3 m/s². What is the total distance travelled and what is the end speed?Deselect Answer

Soru 25

A uniform object whose 2/3 is submerged is floating in a liquid with a density 6 g/cm. If the mass of the object is 6 kg, what is its volume in cm?Deselect Answer

Soru 26

Two balls are dropped from rest from the same height. One of the balls is dropped 1.00 s after the other. Find the distance that separates the two balls 2.00 s after the second ball is dropped.Deselect Answer

Soru 27

A charge of magnitude +5.0 μC experiences an electric force of magnitude 3.0x10⁻⁵ N when placed at a point in space. Determine the electric field at that point.Deselect Answer

Soru 28

A plastic ruler and a metallic ruler are in the same room. The metallic ruler ‘feels’ colder when touched. What is the reason for this?Deselect Answer

Soru 29

The DNA nucleotide is composed of three parts. Which two components make up the nucleotide backbone?Deselect Answer

Soru 30

An enzyme that adds complementary nucleotides to the template strand of the unzipped double helix until the entire molecule has been replicated.Deselect Answer

Soru 31

Which process and type of resulting cells are represented?Deselect Answer

Soru 32

Is the blood in the superior vena cava, right ventricle and hepatic portal vein oxygenated or deoxygenated?
Deselect Answer

Soru 33

This question refers to the following diagram of the digestive system.

Which organs are associated with the production and storage of bile ?Deselect Answer

Soru 34

The diagram shows a bond forming between two amino acids. What is the name of this reaction?
Deselect Answer

Soru 35

According to the structure of a neuron indicated as below, which one of the following does not correctly matched with its function ?
Deselect Answer

Soru 36

When the large intestine reabsorbs too much water from solid waste before it exits the body, it results in a condition calledDeselect Answer

Soru 37

Which of the following conditions does NOT apply to facilitated transport?Deselect Answer

Soru 38

What is the most important difference between asexual reproduction and sexual reproduction?Deselect Answer

Soru 39

Four genes, J, K, L, and M, reside on the same chromosome. Given that the crossover frequency between Kand Jis 3, between Kand Lis 8, between Jand Mis 12, and between Land Mis 7, what is the order of the genes on the chromosome?Deselect Answer

Soru 40

Two genes, Aand B, are linked. An individual who is AaBbproduces equal numbers of four gametes AB, Ab, aB, and ab. Which one of the  following is the best explanation for this ?Deselect Answer

Soru 41

Plant and animal cells differ each other by various factors. Which one of the following statement is one of those ?Deselect Answer

Soru 42

Which of the following processes contains formation of NADH or FADH2?

  1. Pyruvic acid oxidation
  2. Glycolysis
  3. Electron transport chain
  4. Light independent reactions
  5. Citric acid cycle
Deselect Answer

Soru 43

The sequence of nucleotides in a section of RNA is:


          What is the base sequence of the DNA sense strand?

Deselect Answer

Soru 44

Which of the following statements is not correct about photosynthesis reactions ?Deselect Answer

Soru 45

According to the data shown bellow, please find the statement which is not correctly mathed
Deselect Answer

Soru 46

Which of the following is the last step leading up to muscle contraction that occurs just before a myofibril contracts?Deselect Answer

Soru 47

Which Ancient empire built the city of Tenochtitlan in modern day Mexico?Deselect Answer

Soru 48

Which Dutch artist painted Girl with a Pearl Earring?Deselect Answer

Soru 49

In 2016, the satellite Juno entered orbit around which planet?Deselect Answer

Soru 50

Which major figure of 20th century politics was released from prison in 1990?Deselect Answer

Soru 51

Which writer refused the Nobel Prize for literature?Deselect Answer

Soru 52

The international agreement to reduce greenhouse gas emissions agreed by 192 countries in 1997 was signed in what city?Deselect Answer

Soru 53

Which migratory bird has the largest known wingspan of up to 12 ft?Deselect Answer

Soru 54

Our sun is what kind of a star?Deselect Answer

Soru 55

Which of the following states is NOT a permanent member of the UN Security Council?Deselect Answer

Soru 56

According to the philosophical principle Oscam’s razor, given two explanations for something which is preferred?Deselect Answer

Soru 57

Sadly the way in which children interact with each other has changed over the years. Where once children used to play sports and games together in the street, they now sit alone in their rooms on the computer playing games on the Internet. Where in the past young children learned human interaction from active games with their friends this is no longer the case. How then, when these children are grown up, will they be able to socially interact with their colleagues?

Which one of the following is the conclusion of the above statement?

Deselect Answer

Soru 58

Between 2006 and 2013 the British government spent 473 million on Tamiflu antiviral drugs in preparation for a flu pandemic, despite there being little evidence to support the effectiveness of the drug. The antivirals were stockpiled for a flu pandemic that never fully materialised. Only 150,000 packs were used during the swine flu episode in 2009, and it is unclear if this improved outcomes. Therefore, this money could have been much better spent on drugs that would actually benefit patients.

Which option best summarises the author's view in the passage?

Deselect Answer

Soru 59

The speed limit on motorways and dual carriageways has been 70mph since 1965, but this is an outdated policy and needs to change. Since 1965, car brakes have become much more effective, and many safety features have been introduced into cars, such as seatbelts (which are now compulsory to wear), crumple zones and airbags. Therefore, it is clear that cars no longer need to be restricted to 70mph, and the speed limit can be safely increased to 80mph without causing more road fatalities.

Which of the following best illustrates an assumption in this passage?Deselect Answer

Soru 60

Children are being encouraged to take up gardening through special events at shows and activities in schools. It is hoped that an interest in gardening, and particularly growing one's own food, will make children more interested in learning about their food and they will therefore be deterred from eating junk food. The initiative should be supported and spread to more schools as quickly as possible.

Which one of the following, if true, would most weaken the above argument?Deselect Answer