General Instructions

  • There is no negative marking.
  • Time allowed for the test is 60 + 30 minutes.

    • a. MCQs part is of 60 minutes, candidates are allowed to move forward and backward among the section within question booklet.
    • b. 30 minutes allocated for essay section.
    • c. Candidates shall follow the announcements of instructor related to timings etc.

  • Candidates are required to show admit card and original CNIC (or other proof of identification) to the invigilator.
  • Candidates are not allowed to bring following articles at the test venue

    • a. Mobile Phone
    • b. Calculator
    • c. Stationery Items. (Requisite stationery shall be provided by the MU)
    • d. Food items.
    • e. Books, tables, charts or notes etc.

  • Candidate found using unfair means (cheating or talking to other candidate etc.) during the test, will lead to the cancellation of concerned candidate’s aptitude test.
  • Disciplinary issues (misbehavior, creating disturbance and misconduct etc.) will not be tolerated and the concerned candidate will be required to leave the examination hall immediately, and his/her paper will be cancelled.
  • Candidates are required to appear in an interview in the department for which he / she has applied after receiving SMS from the university.
  • Successful candidates list will be displayed on the MU notice board next day of interviews.

Section-1 – English Part-I (Vocabulary)

In this part of the test you will have questions like the ones given below.

  • All answers must be given on the Answer Sheet.
  • Your answers must be indicated by encircling the alphabets (a, b, c, d, etc.) and not by writing the words itself.
  • Mention the correct meaning. (in the sentence)

      1. Sporadic

      • a- Intermittently
      • b- Permanent
      • c- Periodical
      • d- Special Nature
    • 2. Licit

      • a- Large
      • b- Lazy
      • c- Lawful
      • d- Literary

      3. Lack Luster

      • a- Back Ward
      • b- Lucky
      • c- Unimpressive
      • d- Wealthy Lot

      4. Purported

      • a- Acknowledged
      • b- Apparent
      • c- Proposed
      • d- Supported

      5. Polyandry

      • a- Highly Confusing
      • b- Many Dimensions
      • c- More Than One Husband
      • d- Unique Combination

      6. Sarcasm

      • a- Futuristic
      • b- Ironic Language
      • c- Politeness
      • d- Surprising

    ENTRANCE TEST PART – II (ENGLISH – SENTENCE FORMATION)

    In this part of the test you will have questions like the ones given below.
    - All answers must be given on the Answer Sheet.
    - Your answers must be indicated by encircling the alphabets (A, B, C, D, etc.) and not by writing the words itself

    For each of the following, choose the most suitable answer.


  • 1- Philippines is a Unique Asian Country, because _______________.

    • a- Former President Marcos and his wife Imanda were thrown out because they had lot of wealth from illegal means and corruption.
    • b- They had to live in exile in Hawaii. A part of their wealth was recovered from Swiss Bank.
    • c- Its population is by and large Christian, except some places in South, where Muslim population is active
    • d- It was a colony of America for 50 years.

  • 2- Muslims all over the world complain against America and Say that _______.

    • a- Americans do not understand either Islam or Muslim.
    • b- American Government is unjust.
    • c- They are unnecessarily disliked and persecuted by Americans.
    • d- We are unnecessarily disliked and persecuted by Americans.

  • 3- Developing Countries have a problem ___________.

    • a- They does not have the will to develop.
    • b- They have very limited capital formation.
    • c- They have very low per capital income and thus have practically no room for capital formation.
    • d- Population was growing fast.

  • 4- Some South Asian Countries face problems with their neighbors because__________.

    • a- The largest country wants to dominate.
    • b- They never have adequate education
    • c- One country is larger than the other six countries in terms of populations.
    • d- Neighbors is always unsympathetic.

  • 5- Economic progress of Pakistan depends on _____________.

    • a- Consistent planning policies of the country.
    • b- Checking the increasing population.
    • c- Increasing industrialization of Capital goods.
    • d- Improving the balance of trade between industrialized countries.
  • ENGLISH PART – III (COMPREHENSION AND MEMORY)

    In this part of the test you will have questions like the ones given below.
    - All answers must be given on the Answer Sheet.
    - Your answers must be indicated by encircling the alphabets (A, B, C, D, etc.) and not by writing the words itself.

    Read the following passage carefully, and then answer the following questions given below:

    Aero-planes are slowly driving me mad. I live near an airport, and sound of passing planes can be heard night and day. The airport was built during the war, but for some reason it could not be used then. Last year, however, it came into use. Over a hundred people must have been driven away from their homes by the noise. I am one of the few people left in the locality. Sometimes, I think this house will be knocked down by a passing plane. I have been offered a large sum of money to go away, but I am determined to stay here. Everybody says I must be mad, and they are probably right.

  • 1- The Writer is:

    • a- Very disturbed
    • b- Going mad
    • c- Very happy
    • d- Scared

  • 2- People think that:

    • a- He is not a good neighbor
    • b- It is a very noisy crowd
    • c- House will be renovated
    • d- House is haunted

  • 3- Number of people driven away was:

    • a- A little less than hundred
    • b- Over hundred
    • c- About four hundred
    • d- A little over 500

  • 4- The writer was asked to go:

    • a- In exchange for some money
    • b- Forcibly
    • c- By persuasion
    • d- Through a court order

  • ENGLISH PART – IV (ESSAY WRITING)

  • a- Why Entrance test is necessary for admission in the university (Max 200 words)?
  • b- Write a note on favor of current government (Max 200 words)
  • c- Write a note against the current government (Max 200 words)
  • d- Write a note on Education Policy of Pakistan (Max 200 words)
  • e- Write a note on whether we are following our Quaid-e-Azam Steps or not? (Max 200 words)

  • Choose the word that is most opposite in meaning of the given words:

  • 1-Feeble

    • a- Sick
    • b- Resistant
    • c- Late
    • d- Strong

  • 2- Mourn

    • a- Rejoice
    • b- Suffer
    • c- Regret
    • d- Cry

  • Choose the word that is most similar to the specified word:

  • 3- Redundant

    • a- Necessary
    • b- Unnecessary
    • c- Avoid
    • d- Essential

  • Choose the word that is most similar to the specified word:

  • 4- Insert the right words given below.

    ______ to a new study. The UN agency UNICEF found that in places where women are 5)
    _______ from family decisions, children are more likely to suffer from 6) _______.


    • a- Resulting
    • b- According
    • c- With regard
    • d- Regarding

  • 5

    • a- Exclude
    • b- Exclusion
    • c- Excluded
    • d- Excludes

  • 6

    • a- Malnutrition
    • b- Ill-nourished
    • c- Malnourished
    • d- Mal-nutrition

  • Section-2 – Analytical Skills

  • 7 - What will be the next in the sequence of 1, 3, 6, 10, 15, ___?

    • a- 20
    • b- 21
    • c- 22
    • d- 50

  • 8 - 0.03 x 0.2 =?

    • a- 0.6
    • b- 0.06
    • c- 0.006
    • d- 0.0006

  • 9 - In a class of 40 students 40% are girls. How many boys are there in the class?

    • a- 24
    • b- 26
    • c- 28
    • d- 30

  • 10 - Which of the figures below the line of drawings best completes the series?

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  • 11 - What letter comes next in this sequence: A S D F G H J K

    • a- M
    • b- L
    • c- B
    • d- P

  • Section 3 – General knowledge & Sciences

    In this part of the test you will have questions like the ones given below.
    - All answers must be given on the Answer Sheet.
    - Your answers must be indicated by encircling the alphabets (A, B, C, D, etc.) and not by writing the words itself.

  • 1. Rauf Denktash is a Muslim leader of:

    • a- Albania
    • b- Bosnia
    • c- Cyprus
    • d- Turkey

  • 2. Taha Yasin Remadan was a former:

    • a- Foreign Minister of Egypt
    • b- Foreign Minister of Syria
    • c- Secretary General of Arab League
    • d- Vice President of Iraq

  • 3. Mr. Edward H. Seed, who died recently, was originally from:

    • a- Iraq
    • b- Lebanon
    • c- Palestine
    • d- Syria

  • 4. Dr. David Kelly who died in a mysterious situation was:

    • a- American Professor of Political Science
    • b- An Official of Pentagon
    • c- A British Scientist
    • d- A UN Expert

  • 5. What is the first name of Russian President the Mr. Putin:

    • a- Albert
    • b- Michael
    • c- Uri
    • d- Vladimir

  • 12. Hereditary material in human cells is:

    • a- RNA
    • b- DNA
    • c- ATP
    • d- Vitamins

  • 13. In computers, what is the smallest and basic unit of information storage?

    • a- Bit
    • b- Byte
    • c- RAM
    • d- Newton

  • 14. Which planet is called the ‘red planet’?

    • a- Mercury
    • b- Jupitar
    • c- Earth
    • d- Mars

  • 15. In the context of economics, FDI stands for:

    • a- Frequent Domestic Investment
    • b- Foreign Direct Income
    • c- Foreign Direct Investment
    • d- Frequent Direct Income

  • 16. ____________ is the force that opposes the relative motion of two bodies in contact.

    • a- Resistance
    • b- Abrasiveness
    • c- Friction
    • d- Antagonism

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