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This study pack contains official past questions for Agip Postgraduate(Msc.) Scholarship with well checked answers that gives you a clear overview of what to expect in the test this year (2023) including the technical (skill test) questions for your chosen course (Free). We have also added the latest 2023 Dragnet tests covering new questions that appeared on Dragnet/Erecruiter aptitude test.

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AGIP SCHOLARSHIP PAST QUESTIONS STUDY PACK

AGIP SCHOLARSHIP PAST QUESTIONS STUDY PACK

Agip Scholarship Past Questions Study Pack will expose you to questions that appeared in the past, administered by dragnet.

It also provides expert advice that’ll help you perform your best, and get the needed edge over other candidates.

Agip Aptitude test format

Old Agip aptitude test style included science standard questions:

  • Maths,
  • English,
  • Physics,
  • Chemistry and
  • General knowledge

Recent test format (administered by Dragnet) includes:

  • Numerical reasoning: Graphs, Charts and Tables
  • Verbal reasoning: Comprehension passages with true/false/cannot say options
  • Abstract reasoning
  • Technical based questions (Function specific test): Questions based on your course group sometimes general engineering questions (Year-2 MEE/EEE Engineering)

What you should know:

  • The number of questions do change from year to year,
  • Average time is 1-minute per question.
  • Calculators are not allowed.
  • Punctuality to the test center is very important. Although, 2021 test maybe conducted online under a proctored environment

 

SAMPLE OF AGIP SCHOLARSHIP PAST QUESTIONS STUDY PACK

TECHNICAL BASED QUESTIONS:

1. Moment of inertia of a body depends on its ___________

(a) mass only

(b) axis of rotation only

(c) both (a) and (b)

(d) none of these.

The correct answer is : C

 

 

2. Which one of the following statements is true?

(a) electrostatic force obeys inverse square law while gravitational force does not

(b) both gravitational force and electrostatic force are repulsive in nature

(c) gravitational force is much weaker than electrostatic force

(d) all the above are true.

The correct answer is : C

 

 

3. The work done by a torque in rotating a body about an axis is equal to the change in________

(a) rotational K.E. of the body

(b) moment of the momentum of the body

(c) translational K.E. of the body

(d) all are true.

The correct answer is : A

 

 

4. 6.4 × 10–19 joule is approximately

(a) 4 electron volt

(b) 6 electron volt

(c) 8 electron volt

(d) 1 electron.

The correct answer is : A

 

 

VERBAL REASONING :

1 The “ground-up” and “trees-down” theories are the only theories explaining
flight in birds.
True

False

Cannot say

EXPLAINATION: Cannot Say – Although the “ground-up” and “trees-down” theories are stated to be theories of flight in birds, they are not stated to be the only two theories explaining flight in birds. Therefore, the correct answer is “Cannot Say”.


Q2 All dinosaurs had hollow bones.
True

False

Cannot say

EXPLAINATION: Cannot Say – The passage states that other feathered dinosaurs also had hollow bones, not that all dinosaurs (non-feathered) also had hollow bones. Therefore, the correct answer is “Cannot Say”.

Q3 There is no scientific consensus regarding how birds evolved poweredflight.
True

False

Cannot say

EXPLAINATION: True – The passage states that further research is required to conclusively verify the process in which birds evolved powered flight. Similarly, it is stated that the evolution of powered flight in birds is still debated. Therefore, the correct answer is “True”.

NUMERICAL REASONING

Step 1 – Calculate the totals for Slot machines, Roulette, Other table games Slot machines = 1.3 + 1.4 + 1.8 + 1.5 = 6 Roulette = 0.8 + 0.6 + 0.6 + 0.7 = 2.7 Other table games = 4.4 + 4.2 + 4.5 + 4.8 = 17.9 Step 2 – Calculate the difference 17.9 – 6 – 2.7 = 9.2 Step 3 – Put into £millions = 0.92 Thus the correct answer is (D) 0.92
Step 1 – Calculate the average (2.6 + 1.6 -1.8 – 0.8 + 1.2) / 5 = 0.56 Thus the correct answer is (D) 0.56
(A) 25,620
(B) 6,850
(C) 43,500
(D) 4,880
(E) Cannot tell from data

The data you need is in both the pie-chart and the table. Step 1 – The pie-chart shows that 16% of Directors hold shares, so 100 – 16 = 84% do not hold shares Step 2 – Calculate the total number of director shares at 30 April 2009

 

Step 3 – Calculate 84% 16% = 4,880 84% = 4,880 x 84 / 16 = 25,620 Thus the correct answer is (A) 25,620.

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Course-of-Study

Economics, Electrical Engineering, Engineering Chemistry, Geospatial Technologies, Mechatronics, Polymer Engineering, Process Control and Instrumental, Biochemistry, Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Environmental Science, Geological Sciences, Law, Management Sciences, Mechanical Engineering, Petroleum Engineering, Production Engineering