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  • 1. FAZAIA SCHOOLS & COLLEGES Roll No : _____________________ Name : _____________________MID-TERM EXAMINATION -2011 Class : _____________________Question Paper : Class VII Section : _____________________Subject : MathematicsTime Allowed: 3 Hours Total Marks: 100 SECTION-A (Marks : 20)Time Allowed : 30 MinutesNote: All parts of this section are to be answered on the question paper itself. It should be completed in first 30 minutes and handed over to the supervisory staff. Deleting/overwriting is not allowed. Do not use lead pencil. Q.1 Choice of correct answer should be indicated by writing A/B/C/D in the box. (i) If A = {1,2, ,}3 {B = {1,2,3, }4 then A_____B. (A) = (B) ∉ (C) ⊆ (D) ↔ (ii) Non-empty sets which have no members in common are called _____sets. (A) equal (B) equivalent (C) non equivalent (D) disjoint (iii) 0 is a _____. 0 (A) positive integer (B) negative integer (C) rational number (D) none of these (iv) −4 −8 ÷ =_____ 13 39 3 −2 2 -3 (A) (B) (C) (D) 2 3 3 2 (v) 2 4 The reciprocal of × is −3 −5 −8 15 8 (A) (B) (C) (D) 15 8 − 15 8 15 (vi) Round off 112.999 to nearest whole number_____ (A) 112.100 (B) 112.000 (C) 113 (D) 112.109 (vii) 38416 =_____ (A) 269 (B) 296 (C) 691 (D) 196 Page 1 of 24 Class vii mid term 2011
  • 2. (viii) ( −5) 6 ÷ ( −5) 8 = _____ 1 1 (A) − 5 14 (B) (C) − 5 48 (D) 52 5 −2(ix) According to Islamic law, widow’s share in property is_____ 1 1 (A) of property (B) of 2 4 property 1 3 (C) of property (D) of property 8 4 Discount is reduction made on _____(x) (A) S.P (B) Profit (C) C.P (D) M.P(xi) A − P = _____ (A) r (B) I (C) t (D) M.P(xii) A B ⊆ _____ (A) B (B) A (C) Φ (D) B A(xiii) −3 6 = ? − 16 (A) 8 (B) -8 (C) 2 (D) –2(xiv) 1 = _____ 6 (A) 0.177 (B) 0.666 (C) 0.616 (D) 0.1666(xv) If S.P is Rs 256 and profit is Rs 56 then profit %=______. (A) 25% (B) 28% (C) 20% (D) 56%(xvi) Rate of Zakat on yearly saving is _____ (A) 2.5% (B) 20.5% (C) 5.2% (D) 25.2%(xvii) A numeral without any variable is called_____ (A) constant (B) base (C) co-efficient (D) exponent(xviii + a ÷ ( −b) = _____) a b (A) + (B) b a b a (C) − (D) − a b(xix) 1 2  3  x  =_____ 2  3 2 1 6 (A) x (B) x 2 2 3 6 1 6 (C) x (D) x 2 8(xx) Number of terms in expression 2x 2 y + 3xy − 2x are _____ (A) 1 (B) 2 (C) 3 (D) 4 Page 2 of 24 Class vii mid term 2011
  • 3. FAZAIA SCHOOLS & COLLEGES MID-TERM EXAMINATION – 2011 Question Paper : Class VII Subject : MathematicsNote: Questions in Sections ‘B’ and ‘C’ are to be answered on the separately provided answer book. Write your answers neatly and legibly. Section – B (Marks: 40)Note: Attempt any TEN questions. Each question carries FOUR marks.Q.2 Derive the positive square root of 974169. 3 2  1  1Q.3 Find the value of  ÷ ÷  ÷ 2 4 4 3Q.4 The sum of two rational numbers is . One of them is − . Find the other. 5 4Q.5 If 8 men can do a job in 12 days, how long will 24 men take to complete it?Q.6 A man purchased a dozen pens for Rs 25 each and sold them at Rs 28 each. Find the profit as well as the profit percent on the transaction.Q.7 What will the interest be on Rs 600 for 3 years and 6 months and 20 days at 6% per annum?Q.8 Add: 4x 2 − 5xy − 6y 2 , 10xy − 6x 2 + 3y 2 , 3y 2 − 4x 2 + 2xy .Q.9 The cost of 5 meters cloth is Rs.300. How many meters of the same cloth can be purchased for Rs.180?Q.10 If A = {0,2,4,6,8} , B = {1,3,5,7,9} find (i) A ∩B (ii) A ∪B  −8 3   7 −16 Q.11 Simplify :  × ÷+  × ÷  5 4   8 25  −5 −15 −35Q.12 Solve : = = 7 ....... ....... 41Q.13 Write the decimal form of 1 using the long division method. 185Q.14 Mr Arif paid Rs 1,125 as Zakat. What were his yearly savings? Page 3 of 24 Class vii mid term 2011
  • 4. Section – C (Marks: 40)Note: Attempt any FIVE questions. Each question carries EIGHT marks.Q.15 A shopkeeper declares a 20% discount on his goods and sells at a profit of 25%. What is the cost price of the goods if the marked price quoted is Rs 2,000?Q.16 The sum of two quantities is 4ax + 3by + 2cz . If one of them is 5ax + by − cz , find the other.Q.17 The angles of a quadrilateral are in the ratio 3 : 4 : 6 : 7. Find the measures of the angles.Q.18 If 13% is lost by selling goods for Rs 1475, what would be the loss or gain if the goods are sold for Rs 1615?Q.19 Simplify with the help of laws of exponents: 3   −3  4  −3  2    3  2   ÷ × ÷  ÷  ÷   4   4    4      Q.20 Show that −2  4 −8   −2 4   −2 −8  + = × + × 3  5 15 ÷  3 5 ÷  3 15 ÷      Q.21 If U={0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8} , A={0,1,2,3} , B={2,3,4,5,6}, find (i) A′ (ii) AB Page 4 of 24 Class vii mid term 2011
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  • 6. FAZAIA SCHOOLS & COLLEGES Roll No : _____________________ Name : _____________________MID-TERM EXAMINATION – 2011 Class : _____________________Question Paper : Class VII Section : _____________________Subject : Computer ScienceTime Allowed: 3 Hours Total Marks : 40 (Theory) + 10 (Practical) = 50 Section – A (Marks: 16)Time Allowed: 30 minutesNote: All parts of this section are to be answered on the question paper itself. It should be completed in first 30 minutes and handed over to the supervisory staff. Deleting/overwriting is not allowed. Do not use lead pencil.Q.1 Insert the correct option i.e. A/B/C in the empty box provided opposite to each part. (i) The set of activities that allows data to be sent from one-data-processing system to another: (A) Data capture (B) Data communication (C) Data collection (ii) ______ means organizing data according to some pre-defined criteria. (A) Grouped (B) Calculation (C) Sorting (iii) 1 GB or 1 gigabyte is equal to: (A) 1024 KB (B) 1024 MB (C) 1024 GB (iv) An electronic signal, when stored, is called a: (A) Bit (B) Byte (C) Character (v) Conversion of 27 into binary numbers is: (A) 110112 (B) 11012 (C) 111102 (vi) A set of programs that helps a computer perform routine tasks: (A) Application Software (B) Entertainment Software (C) System Software Page 6 of 24 Class vii mid term 2011
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  • 8. (vii) Which of the followings convert source code into object code: (A) Debugging (B) Disk failure (C) Compiler(viii) Which of the followings remove errors from a file. (A) Operating System (B) Compiler (C) Debugging(ix) A collection of organized data is called: (A) Graphics (B) Data Base (C) Productivity(x) Which of the followings can be changed by users. (A) Operating System (B) System Software (C) Open Source Software(xi) ______ displays a document as it would appear in a book (A) Reading Layout (B) Print Preview (C) Print Out(xii) What does it do? (A) Change column width (B) Hide the row (C) Change row width(xiii) A formula is entered in the _____ (A) Formula Bar (B) Tool Bar (C) Format Bar(xiv) The SUM function is used to find the total of a given set of values. It is written as: (A) =sum (B2 : F2) (B) =sum(B2 + F2) (C) =sum(B2 – F2)(xv) A cell can contain ______ characters. (A) 0 – 125 (B) 0 – 235 (C) 0 – 255(xvi) is the symbol of: (A) The input / output symbol. (B) Processing symbol. (C) Decision symbol Page 8 of 24 Class vii mid term 2011
  • 9. FAZAIA SCHOOLS & COLLEGES MID-TERM EXAMINATION – 2011 Question Paper : Class VII Subject : Computer Science Section – BTime Allowed: 2:30 hours Marks: 24Note: Attempt any EIGHT questions from Section-B on a separately provided answer book. All questions carry equal marks. The answers to each question should not exceed 3 to 4 lines. Write your answers neatly and legibly.Q.2 Describe three forms in which data can be processed. (3)Q.3 Describe three advantages of a computerized system over a manual (1 + 1 + 1) system.Q.4 Convert the following: (1 ½ + 1 ½) (a) 19 into Binary number (b) 11012 into DecimalQ.5 Describe the three functions of an operating system. (3)Q.6 What is meant by debugging? (3)Q.7 What is a data base? Why should it be well-organized? (1 + 2)Q.8 What is the advantage of viewing a document in different ways? (3)Q.9 What is formula? Describe the elements of a formula. (1 + 2)Q.10 What is a condition? (3)Q.11 What is the difference between the IF…THEN statement and the IF… (1 ½ +1 ½) THEN…ELSE statement?Q.12 What is the difference between footnote and an end note? (1 ½ + 1 ½) FAZAIA SCHOOLS & COLLEGES Page 9 of 24 Class vii mid term 2011
  • 10. Roll No : _____________________ Name : _____________________ Class : _____________________ Section : _____________________MID-TERM EXAMINATION -2011Question Paper : Class VIISubject : EnglishTime Allowed: 3 Hours Total Marks: 100 Section – A (Marks: 20)Note: All parts of the sections ‘A’ and ‘B’ are to be answered on the question paper itself. It should be completed in first 30 minutes and handed over to the supervisory staff. Deleting/overwriting is not allowed. Do not use lead pencil. Q.1 Choice of correct answer should be indicated by writing either A/B/C/D in the box. (i) ‘Subjugate’ means: (A) pillage (B) harass (C) vanquish (D) annoyed (ii) The word which means the same as ‘standing to’ is: (A) get aside (B) get over (C) get alert (D) get through (iii) ‘Incognito’ means: (A) known (B) alien (C) unknown (D) well-known (iv) _______ is considered cereal killer. (A) Krispy Kreme (B) special agent (C) sugar (D) murderer (v) The board on which an artist mixes his colour is called: (A) palate (B) palette (C) pan (D) hardboard Page 10 of 24 Class vii mid term 2011
  • 11. (vi) Choose the irregular verb: (A) love (B) hug (C) have (D) look(vii) Which one of the following is an example of –ed participle (A) shrunk (B) spend (C) went (D) did(viii) The battle of panipat was fought in __________. (A) 1460 (B) 1524 (C) 1526 (D) 1626(ix) ___________ was the fastest growing food sector in America 2002? (A) McDonald’s (B) Doughnut market (C) KFC (D) Costa coffee(x) The cork should be in the bottle of ___________ spirit when Graham knocks: (A) Chlorine spirit (B) Ammonium spirit (C) methylated spirit (D) Sodium spirit(xi) How are farmers affected in Zambia by the exodus of elephants from Zimbabwe? (A) the elephants are dangerous for the climate (B) the elephants destroy their crops and trees (C) the elephants walk outside their houses (D) the elephants make places dirty(xii) Jim shared his feelings with Connie about: (A) wedding ceremony (B) birthday party (C) Christmas ceremony (D) funeral ceremony(xiii) In the poem ‘Island Man’ poet refers to: (A) East circular roar (B) West circular roar (C) North circular roar (D) South circular roar(xiv) Which abstract noun is opposite to the other three. (A) terror (B) confusion (C) horror (D) satisfaction Page 11 of 24 Class vii mid term 2011
  • 12. (xv) Pip lives with his _______________. (A) brother (B) older sister (C) cousin (D) mother (xvi) Sky surfing dream ends in _____________________. (A) happiness (B) sadness (C) normal condition (D) tragedy (xvii) Simnel is derived from a Latin word meaning: (A) Easter cake (B) fine flour (C) plain flour (D) baking powder (xviii) Which is the correct definition of homophones: (A) words having same sound but different spellings and meanings (B) words having same meanings, spellings, sounds (C) words having different sounds but same spellings and meanings (D) words have different sounds and different spellings and meanings (xix) Although Micheal Morpurgo’s ‘A Christmas Story’ is ________, it is based on facts. (A) reality (B) poem (C) fiction (D) essay (xx) Samuel Pepys is England’s famous __________. (A) poet (B) philosopher (C) writer (D) diarist Section B (Marks: 30)Q.2 Do as directed: (10) (i) The past participle of look is _____________. (ii) When cannon __________ (fire) at the advancing elephants, most of them fled (use passive voice in past tense). (iii) You must stand __________ for what you believe in (add preposition). (iv) Amazed, we watched the (wave) flag (change base verb into –ing, -ed participle). Page 12 of 24 Class vii mid term 2011
  • 13. ___________________________________________________________ (v) Asad has been reading this book! This sentence is an example of ____________________________ voice. (vi) Molten is –ed participle of the base verb _____________. (vii) Write the homophones of chilly _______________. (viii) Complete the adjective. __ em __ __ __ ab __ __ (ix) Use the word ‘barrel’ in your sentence making the meaning clear. _______________________________________________________________ (x) What is male sheep called _________________________________________Q.3 (a) Fill in the gaps with prepositions to complete the phrasal verb. (04) by, back, in, down (i) Rosalie agreed to stand _______ for Jennifer at Monday’s meeting. (ii) An Ambulance was standing ________ at the athletics stadium. (iii) Stand _________! Stand ________! The police man ordered. (b) Change the base verb into pre-modifying adjective by using the (03) appropriate –ing or –ed participle. (i) The beautifully (sing) carols were a joy to hear. ______________________________________________________ (ii) That Christmas day will always be a (treasure) memory for me. ______________________________________________________ (iii) The goalposts were marked by (dump) great coats. ______________________________________________________ Page 13 of 24 Class vii mid term 2011
  • 14. Q.4 (a) Match the words in the left hand side column with their correct (04) meanings in the right hand side column. conviction diseased suppurated oozed dressing belief infected applications (b) Match the items in left hand side column with the relevant terms in (04) right hand side column: palette, palate determiner some past participle shared irregular verb drank homophonesQ.5 Translate any FIVE sentences in English. (05) Page 14 of 24 Class vii mid term 2011
  • 15. FAZAIA SCHOOLS & COLLEGES MID-TERM EXAMINATION – 2011 Question Paper : Class VII Subject : English SECTION C (Marks: 50)Note: Questions in Section ‘C’ are to be answered on the separately provided answer book. Write your answers neatly and legibly.Q.6 Answer any SIX questions from the following. (18) (a) Why was the hsin–ouq so sure that Shwe Doke had been freed by a human hand? (b) Why are the elephants described as ‘refugees’? (c) Is culling the answer? What problems would be associated with culling the elephants? (d) What was the significance of the white flag? (e) Why were the Turkish gunners so useful to Babur? (f) What happened to Ibrahim Lodhi’s body? (g) Why did Pepys and his friends dig holes in ground? (h) Why are dietitians worried about Krispy Kreme doughnuts? (j) How did Pauline Richards die?Q.7 Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions given at the (06) end: On 06 August, 1945, a B29 bomber dropped the world’s first atomic bomb on Hiroshima, a city which had until then experienced very little conventional bombing. The atomic bomb exploded at 8:15 a.m, 580 meters above the city centre. Tens of thousands of people were killed instantly by the blast, and the death toll rose to between 180000 and 200000 over the following years. Question: (a) When was Hiroshima attacked? (b) Where and when the atomic bomb was exploded? (c) How many people were killed after the explosion? Page 15 of 24 Class vii mid term 2011
  • 16. Q.8 (a) Read the following stanza carefully and answer the questions given at (06) the end. Summer, and the long grass is a snare drum The air hums with jets Down at the end of the meadow, Far from the radio’s terrible news, we cut the hay. All afternoon its wave breaks before the tractor blade Over the hedge our neighbour travels his field in a cloud of lime, drifting our land With a chance gift of sweetness. Questions: (i) What are the people in the poem doing in the field? (ii) What can they hear in the sky? (iii) Explain what is meant by ‘chance gift of sweetness’. (b) Paraphrase any ONE of the following stanza: (05) I tasted the landscape, customs of my father’s country its fever on biting a chilli. OR comes back to sands of a grey metallic soar to surge of wheels to dull North circular roarQ.9 Write a letter to the editor of your local newspaper to express your support (15) for the plan of opening Krispy Kreme shops. OR Write down a summary of the story ‘Fire’. Write just two paragraphs. Page 16 of 24 Class vii mid term 2011
  • 17. FAZAIA SCHOOLS & COLLEGES Roll No : _________________________ Name : _________________________ MID-TERM EXAMINATION - 2011 Class : _________________________Question Paper : Class VIISubject : General Science Section : _________________________Time Allowed : 3 Hours Total Marks : 100 Section – A Marks: 20Time Allowed: 30 minutesNote: All parts of this section are to be answered on the question paper itself. It should be completed in first 30 minutes and handed over to the supervisory staff. Deleting/overwriting is not allowed. Do not use lead pencil.Q.1 Choice of correct answer should be indicated by writing A/B/C in the box. (i) A deficiency of iron causes a disease: (A) Anaemia (B) Scurvy (C) Pneumonia (ii) Enzyme called proteases breakdown proteins into: (A) Amino acid (B) Fatty acid (C) Glycerol (iii) Which of these diagrams represent element carbon? (A) (B) (C) (iv) Which of the following is an element? (A) Ar (B) NaCl (C) H2O (v) Copper conducts heat times better than Iron: (A) Five (B) Ten (C) Fifteen (vi) Absolute zero is the temperature at which a material has no heat energy, the temperature is: (A) –2710C (B) –2830C (C) –2730C (vii) Benedicts solution is used to test the presence of ________ in food: (A) Sugar (B) Fats (C) Proteins Page 17 of 24 Class vii mid term 2011
  • 18. (viii) The elements in group VII are called: (A) Alkali metals (B) Noble gases (C) Halogens(ix) The kinetic theory diagram represents? (A) Solid (B) Liquid (C) Gases(x) The Earth gets warmer through ____________ by the sun. (A) Infrared radiation (B) Conduction (C) Convection(xi) Are coloured, poisonous gases: (A) Alkali metals (B) Halogens (C) Noble gases(xii) Gas produced during fermentations is: (A) Oxygen (B) Nitrogen (C) Carbondioxide(xiii) Which diagram represents water molecule? (A) (B) (C)(xiv) An atom loses one or more electrons it become: (A) Negative ion (B) Positive ion (C) Neutral ion(xv) is simple way of exchanging gases between lungs and surrounding air: (A) Respiration (B) Breathing (C) Storing energy(xvi) When ATP is broken is formed and energy releases: (A) ATP (B) ADP (C) ATP-ADP(xvii) Glucose → lactic acid→ energy (small amount). This equation represents: (A) Aerobic respiration (B) Anaerobic respiration (C) Aerobic and An aerobic respiration(xviii Black surfaces are:) (A) good absorber of heat (B) poor absorber of heat (C) good emitter of heat(xix) The air sac walls are only cell thick: (A) One (B) Five (C) Ten(xx) Bronchioles end in tiny sacs called: (A) Cilia (B) trachea (C) Alveoli FAZAIA SCHOOLS & COLLEGES MID-TERM EXAMINATION – 2011 Page 18 of 24 Class vii mid term 2011
  • 19. Question Paper : Class VII Subject : General ScienceTime Allowed : 2 Hours and 30 Minutes Marks : 80Note Sections-‘B’ and ‘C’ are to be answered on the separately provided answer book. Write your answers neatly and legibly. Section-B (Marks-40)Note: Attempt any TEN questions. Each question carries FOUR marks.Q.2 What is a deficiency disease? Give one example. (4)Q.3 What happens in: (2+2) (a) Large intestine (b) RectumQ.4 What is an element? Why carbon is called an element? (4)Q.5 Write name and uses of coinage metals? (4)Q.6 How many electrons do these elements have in their outer shell? (1+1+1+1) (a) Nitrogen (b) Calcium (c) Germanium (d) ChlorineQ.7 Explain the difference between alkali metals and halogens. (4)Q.8 Describe how ATP releases energy quickly? (4)Q.9 Explain and label the diagram: (4)Q.10 (a) What are alveoli? (2) (b) Give reasons why alveoli are good for gas exchange? (2)Q.11 Chlorine has atomic number 17 and mass number 35. Draw a labelled diagram (4) to show structure of a chlorine atom.Q.12 (a) Define: (2) (i) Tissue fluid (ii) Plasma (b) Why fresh meat is wet? (2)Q.13 Write Group numbers for: (4) (i) Carbon (ii) Nitrogen (iii) Oxygen (iv) SulphurQ.14 Explain the difference between breathing and respiration. (2+2) Page 19 of 24 Class vii mid term 2011
  • 20. Section-C (Marks-40)Note: Attempt any FOUR questions. Each question carries TEN marks.Q.15 (a) Describe the structure of starch molecule? (05) (b) What happens to starch when it is digested? (05)Q.16 Describe the changes in appearance of the substances when sodium and chlorine (10) combine to form sodium chloride?Q.17 (a) What is an ionic bond? (06) (b) Which of the following are elements and which are compounds? (4) (04) MgO, Ar, NaCl, Cl2, N2, S8, He, H2OQ.18 (a) Explain how a heater warms all the air in a room? (5) (b) Why convection cannot happen in solids? (5)Q.19 (a) Name the tubes that carry air to the lungs? (05) (b) Why are there two bronchi? (05)Q.20 (a) Label the diagram. 1 (06) 6 5 2 3 4 3 (b) Explain it? (04) Page 20 of 24 Class vii mid term 2011
  • 21. Z A I F OL&O OCE SL FAZAIA SCHOOLS/COLLEGES FAZAIA SCHOOLS & COLLEGES GS E SH C Roll No: Answer Sheet No: Directorate of Schools/Colleges Signature of Candidate: Air Headquarters, Peshawar Signature of Invigilator: Question Paper : Pakistan Studies Time Allowed : 2.40 hours Total Marks: 68 Note: Sections ‘B ’and ‘C’ comprise pages 1-6 and questions therein are to be answered on Roll No : _______________________ the separately provided answer book. Answer all the questions from secti on ‘B’ and attempt any three questio ns from section ‘C’. Use supplementary answer sheet i.e sheet B if required. Write your answers neatly and legibly. Section - B (Marks: 42)MID-TERM EXAMINATION Name : _______________________-2011 Class : _______________________Question Paper : Class VII Section : _______________________Subject : Social StudiesTime Allowed: 2 Hours 30 Minutes Total Marks: 50 Section – A (Marks: 10)Time Allowed: 30 minutesNote: All parts of this section are to be answered on the question paper itself. It should be completed in first 30 minutes and handed over to the supervisory staff. Deleting/overwriting is not allowed. Do not use lead pencil.Q.1 Choose the correct answer and indicate your choice by writing A/B/C in the box. (i) The amount of average rainfall in Tropical forests is __________. (A) 1000-2000 mm (B) 1800-2500 mm (C) 2000-3000 mm (ii) Tea is originally a bush that grew in _______________. (A) Somalia (B) South East Asia (C) China (iii) The Muslim World produced _________ of the world out put of oil. (A) 15% (B) 30% (C) 45% (iv) __________ is used for X-ray equipments. (A) lead (B) zinc (C) copper (v) The Sahara desert is in ____________. (A) Asia (B) Africa (C) America (vi) Wages are called export things to sell: (A) within the country (B) overseas (C) out of city Page 21 of 24 Class vii mid term 2011
  • 22. (vii) Rafflesia, the world’s biggest flower is found on the islands of __________. (A) Malaysia (B) Indonesia (C) Turkey(viii) __________ is the main occupation of the majority of people living in Muslim world. (A) Fishing (B) Mining (C) Agriculture(ix) The only important producer of coal in the Muslim world is ____________. (A) Pakistan (B) Kazakhstan (C) Iran(x) People visit Saudi Arab for ______________. (A) for beauty (B) for pilgrimage (C) to visit historical places Page 22 of 24 Class vii mid term 2011
  • 23. GS E SH C Z I A F OL&LE OC SO Roll No: FAZAI A SCHOOLS/COLLEGES Answer Sheet No: FAZAIA SCHOOLS & COLLEGES Directorate of Schools/Colleges Signature of Candidate: Air Headquarters, Peshawar Signature of Invigilator: Question Paper : Pakistan Studies Time Allo wed : 2.40 hours Total Marks: 68 Note: Sections ‘B’ and ‘C’ comprise pages 1-6 and questions therein are to be answered on the separately provided answer book. Answer all the questions from section ‘B’ and attempt any three questions from section ‘C’. Use supplementary answer sheet i.e sheet B if required. Write your answers neatly and legibly. MID-TERM EXAMINATION – 2011 Section - B (Marks: 42) Question Paper : Class VII Subject : Social StudiesTime Allowed : 2 Hours Marks : 40 Section-B (Marks-40)Note 1. Questions in this section are to be answered on the separately provided Answer Book. 2. Attempt any TEN questions. Each question carries FOUR marks. 3. The answers should be short and to the point.Q.2 What are the main physical features of Muslim worlds? (04)Q.3 What are the advantages of Tropical rain forest? (04)Q.4 Write down the famous deserts of Muslim world. (04)Q.5 Write down the uses of rubber. (04)Q.6 Why is Dubai called a shopper’s paradise? (04)Q.7 What is balance of payment? (04)Q.8 How is Pakistan affected by the monsoon? (04)Q.9 Match the column and re-write in your answer book. (04) CLIMATE COUNTRIES Tropical forest Mali, Niger, Chad Hot desert Kazakistan, Uzbekistan Semi desert and scrub Malaysia, Indonesia Tropical desert Saudi Arabia, Egypt, LibyaQ.10 What is global warming? (04)Q.11 Write down the by-product of petroleum. (04)Q.12 What are the reasons behind the late industrialization in Muslim World? (04) Page 23 of 24 Class vii mid term 2011
  • 24. Q.13 What these pictures show? (04) Page 24 of 24 Class vii mid term 2011
  • 25. Q.13 What these pictures show? (04) Page 24 of 24 Class vii mid term 2011
  • 26. Q.13 What these pictures show? (04) Page 24 of 24 Class vii mid term 2011
  • 27. Q.13 What these pictures show? (04) Page 24 of 24 Class vii mid term 2011