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Soru 1

Rather than depending upon membership fees, as it does now, the club should depend more heavily on spectator tickets to finance the upkeep of their sports facilities, so that the sports facilities can be maintained without reducing the number of events scheduled. Spectators should pay all of the maintenance costs, even if such costs were to increase. These changes would be fair since only spectators benefit from the sports facilities.

Which of the following is an assumption made in the argument above?

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Soru 2

The idea that the major portion of Earth would be submerged followed by a prolonged ice age as a result of global warming is implausible. Weather forecasters cannot dependably predict the next day’s weather. Yet the effects of the global warming on our planet’s structure and climate would follow the same physical laws that govern normal changes in the weather being predicted. If scientists cannot predict the day-to-day weather using our current knowledge, they certainly cannot predict the effects of global warming on Earth’s climate.

Which of the following statements would most seriously weaken the author’s conclusion?

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Soru 3

In order for a tumour to grow larger than a few centimetres, it must first establish its own blood supply by promoting angiogenesis. Roger has a tumour in his abdomen, which is investigated at the Royal General Hospital. During the tests, they detect newly formed blood vessels in the tumour, showing that it has established its own blood supply. Thus, we should expect the tumour to grow significantly, and become larger than a few centimetres. Action must be taken to deal with this.

Which of the following best illustrates a flaw in this reasoning?Deselect Answer

Soru 4

The press should not be afraid of upholding and supporting a just and righteous cause. It should not be afraid of criticising the government in a healthy manner. The press has to be eternally vigilant to protect the rights of the workers, backward and suppressed sections of the society. It should also give a balanced view of them
so that people can be helped in the formation of a healthy public opinion.
The passage best supports the statement that

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Soru 5

Dichlorophenoxyacetic acid, a pesticide being used in Andhra Pradesh since last ten years to destroy weeds without harming the rice crop, should be banned immediately lest they cause more harm to humans. Tests at Andhra Agricultural University have shown that the end product of acid used in to destroy weeds have been found in large quantities in the rice crop sold by hundred of thousands of Andhra farmers who used the pesticide over the past years.

Which of the following most conclusively strengthens the argument above?

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Soru 6

Read the below passage carefully and answer the questions:
The government of an island nation is in the process of deciding how to spend its limited income. It has 7 million dolar left in its budget and eight programs to choose among.
There is no provision in the constitution to have a surplus, and each program has requested the minimum amount they need; in other words, no program may be
partially funded. The programs and their funding requests are:
* Hurricane preparedness: 2.5 million dolar
* Harbor improvements: 1 million dolar
* School music program: 0.5 million dolar
* Senate office building remodeling: 1.5 million dolar
* Agricultural subsidy program: 2 million dolar
* National radio: 0.5 million dolar
* Small business loan program: 3 million dolar
* International airport:  4 million dolar

Senators from urban areas are very concerned about assuring that there will be funding for a new international airport. Senators from rural areas refuse to fund anything
until money for agricultural subsidies is appropriated. If the legislature funds these two programs, on which of the following could they spend the rest of the money?Deselect Answer

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Soru 8



In the figure above, three circles represent
condominiums on the beach. Circle A represents
condominiums with an ocean view, Circle B represents
condominiums with a sleeper sofa, and Circle C
represents condominiums with a kitchenette. What does
the shaded region represent?Deselect Answer

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Soru 11

The Qaballah is a series of mystical teachings derived from which religion?

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Soru 12

Which Roman city did the eruption of Vesuvius destroy?

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Soru 13

Guernica is a painting by Pablo Picasso completed in 1937 commemorating what event in the town’s history?Deselect Answer

Soru 14

What is dinosaur for Greek?

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Soru 15

Clio, Erato and Thalia are three of the nine what, who inspired artists in Greek myth?Deselect Answer

Soru 16

Which world leader was placed under house arrest in 2017 after 37 years of rule?Deselect Answer

Soru 17

Martin Luther famously nailed his 95 theses to the door of a church in protest of what institution?

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Soru 18

In 1948 the UN published a chart of 30 articles protecting what?Deselect Answer

Soru 19

Galileo and Copernicus both argued for a helio-centric model of the universe replacing whose commonly used model?Deselect Answer

Soru 20

The Higgs Boson was discovered by the LHC at CERN. What does LHC stand for?Deselect Answer

Soru 21

The Uffizi gallery in Florence is famous for the world’s largest collection of what?

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Soru 22

Seven people died in the Challenger disaster of 1986. What was the Challenger?

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Soru 23

Which one of the following is correct for lymphocytes ?

I.       B and T lymphocytes mature in bone marrow
II.     Bone marrow is the place where B lymphocytes are produced
III.   B lymphocytes are responsible for antibody production
IV.    Lymphocytes are one of the types of red blood cellsDeselect Answer

Soru 24

As a scientist, you are investigating a karyogram by carrying out a karyotype analysis. Which one of the below is not correct for karyotype analysis ?Deselect Answer

Soru 25

Which one of the following cell types fit in normal cell division conditions?

I.   A neuron who spends its all life cycle in G zero phase
II.  Muscle cell in G zero phase
III. Cells which proliferate during embryonic development
IV. Cancer cells
V. Lungs cells

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Soru 26

As a geneticst you want to create a recombinant DNA by combining a bacterial plasmid and human gene which codes for insulin hormone. In order to carry out this experiment please put the steps in an order to follow the instructions from the beginning to the end.

I.   Converting mRNA obtained from pancreas cell into DNA
II.  Using restriction endonuclease to cut plasmids
III. Taking mature mRNA from pancreas
IV. Mixing DNA with plasmid using Ligase enzyme
V.  Insertion of the recombinant DNA into bacteriaDeselect Answer

Soru 27

Which one of the following is not true about the reproductive system ?Deselect Answer

Soru 28

Which one of the below is not correctly matched to each other ?

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Soru 29

Meiosis is a very important process in order to generate gametes including sperm and eggs. Any error occuring in any stage of the meiosis might cause an abnormality for the cells which may end up by a syndrome depending on the chromosome number. Down Syndrome is one of the syndrome which results from an error happening in meiosis. In which phase of the meiosis the error might likely to occur and what might cause that situation ?Deselect Answer

Soru 30

What is the main target of Post Transcriptional Modifications taking place right after transcription during RNA Processing ?Deselect Answer

Soru 31

In order to create modified glycolipid structure, which ways should be followed accordingly ?Deselect Answer

Soru 32

A woman expresses an X-linked recessive disorder. Which of these conclusions can DEFINITELY be made about the woman's parents?

I.      Her mother passed on an allele for the disorder.
II.    Her father expresses the same disorder.
III.  Her mother does not express the disorder.Deselect Answer

Soru 33

Which of these is an example of pleiotropy?Deselect Answer

Soru 34

Which one of the following about biomolecules is correctly matched?

 

Biomolecules

Bond Type

I

Carbohydrates

Ester Bond

II

Lipids

Glycosidic Bond

III

Proteins

Peptide Bond

IV

Nucleic Acids

Phosphodiester Bond

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Soru 35

Photosynthesis is an important for glucose production by using light energy and it involves special steps. Which one of the below is not true about photosynthesis ?Deselect Answer

Soru 36

Cellular respiration is a significant event occuring for all cells in terms of providing the energy in which the cell requires. Which one of the below is correctly matched for an eukaryotic cell ?Deselect Answer

Soru 37

Which of these is likely to reduce enzyme activity which functions the best in acidic environment ?

I.     Increasing pH level
II.    Decreasing temperature
III.  Placing enzyme in a nonpolar liquid

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Soru 38

The diagram shows the muscles involved in extending the arm. Which actions result in this movement?

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Soru 39

Which of the following plays an important role in the human immune system?
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Soru 40

The table shows the restriction enzyme recognition sites present on a circular piece of DNA 4.0 kilobases (1 kb = 1,000 bases) long
.
Which pair of restriction enzymes, used together, would produce a band that travels the farthest on an electropheresis gel?


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Soru 41

Tritium H3 is an isotope of Hydrogen. Why is tritium commonly referred to as 'heavy hydrogen'?Deselect Answer

Soru 42

In relation to redox reactions, which of the following statements are correct?

  1. Oxidation describes the loss of electrons.
  2. Reduction increases the electron density or an ion, atom or molecule.
  3. Halogens are powerful reducing agents.
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Soru 43

Which of the following are correct about the subatomic particles found in 37Cl1−?

  1.   21 neutrons
  2.   17 protons
  3.   16 electrons
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Soru 44

How many atoms are represented in the equation

Pb(NO3)2 + 2KI → PbI2 + 2KNO3?

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Soru 45

An organic compound has a molecular formula of C3H4. Which compound below

belongs to the same class of hydrocarbons? 

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Soru 46

Which of the following compounds contains a polar covalent bond?Deselect Answer

Soru 47

500 mL of a 0.2 M solution has 200 mL of water added to it. What is the new molarity of this solution?Deselect Answer

Soru 48

How many grams of HI can be made from 6 grams of H2 and 800 grams of I2 when hydrogen gas and diatomic iodine react according to the equation:H2 + I2 → 2HI?
(H: 1 gr/mole, I:126 gr/mole)Deselect Answer

Soru 49

What is the IUPAC name for CH3CH2C(CH3)2CH2CH(CH3)2?Deselect Answer

Soru 50

Which species does not contain an sp3-hybridized atom?Deselect Answer

Soru 51

Which statement below is false regarding empirical formulas?Deselect Answer

Soru 52

Which of the following pairs of substances can be broken down chemically?Deselect Answer

Soru 53

(a+2i)(b-i)=Deselect Answer

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Soru 55


On the staircase shown above, both the depth and the
height of each step are s, and each step forms a right
angle. What is the value of t in terms of s?Deselect Answer

Soru 56

The range of the function

f={(x,y):y=5-4x-x²}

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Soru 57


Two satellites orbit the earth. Their orbits are circular, and each satellite travels at a
constant speed. If the mass of Satellite #2 is twice the mass of Satellite #1, which
satellite's speed is greater?Deselect Answer

Soru 58

Which of the following best describes the condition of an enclosed gas during an isothermal expansion?Deselect Answer

Soru 59


Five blocks having equal mass but made of different substances, as shown above, are heated
to 100°C and placed on separate 10 kg blocks of ice that are at a temperature of 0°C. Which
substance melts the greatest amount of ice?Deselect Answer

Soru 60

A 30N child can push open a 1000N door becauseDeselect Answer

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