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if i m not wrong then including afghanistan it is 8.plz check.

shah24 i know dear its 8 it was typing mistake, thanks for correction.
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(19) The type of Clouds which causes Hail are called
(a) Cumulonimbus
(b) Stratiform
(c) Altocumulus
(d) None of these
(cumulonimbi thunder clouds)they are a part of thunderstorm
(2) Vernal equinox occurs on:
(a) December 21
(b) September 23
(c) June 21
(d) None of these
( on 21st march)

(8) The continental crust ranges from:
(a) 7 to 20 Km in thickness
(b) 20 to 70 Km in thickness
(c) 40 to 150 Km in thickness
(d) None of these
(25-70 km) average
(11) Continental glacier produces the following feature on the earth surface.
(a) V-shaped Valley
(b) U-shaped Valley
(c) Hanging Valley
[B](d) None of these
[/B]( it only produced depositional features)

(13) The flat ocean bottom lying near the continents is called:
(a) Peneplain
(b) Archipelagic Apron
(c) Lacustrine Plain
(d) None of these (banks)

(17) Zero degree meridian is:
(a) 15° East of Prime Meridian
(b) 10° East of Prime Meridian
(c) 5° West of Prime Meridian
(d) None of these [B]ITS AT CENTER and its opposite is 180th. longitude.

(19) Lines showing places of equal rainfall are called:
(a) Isohalines
(b) Isobars
(c) Isopleths
(d) None of these
(isohytes)
(7) Shanty towns are feature of:
(a) African large towns
(b) Indian Cities
(c) Eskimo dwellings
(d) None of these
(urban dwellings)

(16) Prairie Provinces are parts of:
(a) Afghanistan
(b) Somalia
(c) Thailand
[B](d) None of these
[/B](North America)

(8) Oxygen in the atmosphere is:
(a) 78%
(b) 71%
(c) 59%
[B](d) None of these[/B](20.99%)

(15) Simple conical projections with one standard parallel are used for:
(a) Maps for higher latitudes
(b) Maps for the Polar Regions
(c) Maps for the lower latitudes
(d) None of these (middle latitude)

(19) In a wave water particles move only:
(a) Near the coast
(b) In deep water
(c) In shallow water
[B](d) None of these[/B](water particle don`t move)

(6) The largest producer of natural gas in the world.
(a) Kuwait
(b) Saudi Arabia
(c) U.A.E.
[B](d) None of these
[/B](russian federation withapprox. 590 b,c,mt)
(8) The country with largest population
(a) China
(b) USA
(c) Russia
(d) None of these

(Africa)
(8) Which of the following statements is NOT true:
(a) The core is made chiefly of nickel and iron.
(b) There is an outer (liquid) and inner (solid) core.
(c) The mantle is made of liquid ultraboric rocks
(d) The curst, or lithosphere, is made of rigid crystal plates
(e) None of these ( i dont know)

(7) The Kishan Ganga Dam is being constructed on one of the tributary of:
(a) Ganger River
(b) Sutlej River
(c) Chenab River
[B](d) None of these[/B](jhelum)

(10) Global exports and imports in 2003 were respectively:
(a) $.44 trillion - $.61 trillion
(b) $ 34 trillion - $ 55 trillion
(c) $.50 trillion - $.95 trillion
(d) None of these
[B]( i don`t know this 1)
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kamran according to my little knowledge these are all correct,but still if you want to confirm you can google them all. the choice is your`s.
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kamran according to my little knowledge these are all correct,but still if you want to confirm you can google them all. the choice is your`s.
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Geography Paper - I


I- Corundum falls in the _____ rank of Moho Scale of Hardness:
(a) Tenth (b) Second (c) Ninth (d) None of these

II- Standard Parallel is a part of ____ projection:
(a) Cylinderical (b) Conical (c) Zenithal (d) None

III- Conical Projection is suitable for ___ areas:
(a) Tropical (b) Temperate (c) Polar (d) None

IV- Zenithal Projection is suitable for ___ areas:
(a) Tropical (b) Equatorial (c) Polar (d) None

V- Sandstone is a/an ___ rock:
(a) Sedimentary (b) Igneous (c) Metamorphic (d) None

VI- Granite is a/an ____ rock:
(a) Sedimentary (b) Igneous (c) Metamorphic (d) None

VII- A line which is drawn on Mercrator's Projection is known as:
(a) Laxodrome (b) Rhumb Line (c) Great Circle (d) Both (a) & (b)

VIII- The shadow zone of an earthquake exists between ____ from an earthquake focus:
(a) 130-140 degrees (b) 110-150 degrees (c) 103-143 degrees (d) None

IX- One of the following is also known as an international scale:
(a) Linear (b) Diagonal (c) R.F (d) None

X- The 8th October, 2005 Earthquake of Pakistan had a magnitude of:
(a) 7.6 (b) 5.5 (c) 4.6 (d) None

XI- The soft zone in the upper part of the mantle is called:
(a) Lithosphere (b) Barysphere (c) Asthenosphere (d) None

XII- The World's largest delta has been formed by the river:
(a) Nile (b) Indus (c) Mississippi (d) None of these

correct ans. is GANGA RIVER

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XIII-The magnitude of an earthquake is measured by:
(a) Marcelli Scale (b) Richter Scale (c) Beufort Scale (d) None

XIV-"The Roots of Mountain Theory of Isotasy" is credited to:
(a) Archdeacon Pratt (b) G.B. Air (c) Vening Meneisz (d) None of these

XV- Primary Waves (P-Waves) in an earthquake are a king of:
(a) Longitudinal Waves (b) Tranverse Waves (c) Surface Waves (d) None

XVI- Which of the following features have been produced b y wind deflation?
(a) Lake Toba (b) Lake Victoria (c) Qattara Depression (d) None

XVII- Primary Waves (P-Waves) in an earthquake are a kind of:
(a) longitudnal waves (b) transverse (c) surface Waves (d) None

XIX- San Andreas Fault, California is an example of:
(a) Normal Fault (b) Reverse Fault (c) Transform Fault (d) None

XX- Fold in which horizontal or gently dipping beds are modified by simple step like bands are called:
(a) Isoclines (b) Monoclines (c) Periclines (d) None no idea

*-Marine terraces,spits and bars are formed by
(a)wind action (b) glaciers(c)waves (d)none
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2008
Geography Paper - II

Q-1 Select the best option and fill in the appropraite box on the Answer Sheet

I- The second highest peak of Pakistan is:
(a) K-2 (b) Nange Parbat (c) Rakaposhi (d) None

II- the Jehlum, Chenab, Ravi, Beas and Sutlej have their confluence at:
(a) Mithan Kot (b)Panjnad (c) Panjgur (d) None

III- Tirich Mir is the highest peak of one of these mountain ranges:
(a) Hindu Kush (b) Karakorum (c) Koh i Safed (d) None

IV- The Shandoor Pass is famous for the game of:
(a) Polo (b) Golf (c) Skiing (d) None

V- The international boundary line between Pakistan and Afghanistan is called:
(a) Buefort Line (b) Durrand LIne (c) Wagah Border (d) None

VI- Syne was the old name of:
(a) Caira (b) Aswan (c) Alexandria (d) None

VII- Alluvial soils are of two types, old and new. Old Alluvium is called:
(a) Khadar (b) Bhangar (c) Regur (d) None

VIII- In the year 327 BC Alexander the Great came to India through the:
(a) Gomal Pass (b) Khyber Pass (c) Bolan Pass (d) None

IX- One of the most famous Gap Town is:
(a) Geneva (b) Rome (c) Peshawer (d) None

X- The people who are engaged in Gem cutting industry in Sri Lanka are:
(a) Sinhalese (b) Tamils (c) Moors (d) None

XI- The city called Birmingham of India is:
(a) Durgapur (b) Bokard (c) Jamshedpur (d) None

XII- All of the following countries are major exporters of fish except:
(a) Japan (b) Norway (c) India (d) None

XIII- Market gardening areas may produce all of the following except:
(a) Vegetables (b) Fruits (c) Flowers (d) Poultry (e) Beef

XIV- Shifting Cultivation is known by all of the following except:
(a) Ladang (b) Taungya (c) Milpa (d) Jhum (e) Transhumance

XV- Due to the nature of their work primary workers may be labelled:
(a) White collar (b) Blue Collar (c) Red Collar (d) None

XVI- Islamabad is called the city:
(a) Devoid of soul (b) Devoid of mind (c) Devoid of sole (d) None

XVII- The philosophy of probablism was the idea of a French Historian named:
(a) Griffith Taylor (b) Elisee Reclus (c) Emanuel kant (d) None

XVIII- The supporters of Environmental Determinism were:
(a) Ellen Semple (b) Mary Somerville (c) Ellsworth Hungtion (d) All of these

XIX-At the time of independence Pakistan was largely dependent on hydro electric power from _____ river scheme:
(a) Indus (b) Uhl (c) Jhelum (d) None

XX- The country which is likely to become the most popular tourist destination of all by 2010 is:
(a) Nepal (b) China (c) Pakistan (d)none
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1.The earths inner core is composed mostly of:

a)solid simatic rock
b)solid iron nickel
c)liquid iron and nickel
d)none of these

2. ketabatic winds are produced by:
a) pressure gradient
b) gravity
c) adiabatic cooling of ascending air
d) none of these

3.The distinguishing difference between the asthenosphere and lithosphere is their:

a)density
b)degree of rigidity
c)chemical composition
d)none of these

4.The mean velocity of the earth in its orbit is about:

a)50,000 mi per hour
b)66,600 mi per hour
c)95,000 mi per hour
d)none of these

5.The mean distance between the earth and sun is about:

a)90 million miles
b)93 million milesc)95 million miles
d)None of these

6. The prime meridian is referred to as the:

a)Meridian of Greenwich
b)Meridian of East
c)Meridian of West
d)none of these

7. The equatorial Mercator is the only one of all known projections on which all Rhumb lines are true:

a)straight lines
b)semi-circles
c)triangles
d)none of these

8. The arctic circle is at:

a)23 ˝ N lat
b)45 N lat
c)66 ˝ N lat
d)none of these

9. The vernal equinox occurs on:

a) March 20
b) june 21
c) September 23
d)none of these its 21st march

10. The percentage of radiant energy reflected back by a surface is termed the:

a)Albedlo
b)Al-Nino
c) La-Nino
d) none of these


11. Over the equatorial bough of low pressure lying roughly between 5 N and 5 S latitude is the equatorial belt of variable winds and calms, or the:

a)Cyclone
b)Doldrums
c)Westerlies
d) none of these

12. The term humidity simply refers to the degree to which water vapour is present in the:

a)ground
b)air
c)vegetation
d)None of these

13. Advection fog results from the movement of warm moist air over a:

a)cold ground surface
b)hot ground surface
c)semi-hot ground surface
d)None of these

14. Sheet as the term is used in the united states consists of pellets of ice produced from freezing of:

a)rain
b) snow
c) wind
d)None of these

15.Radiation coming from the sun is:

a)long wave
b)short wave
c)medium wave
d)None of these

16.The hurricane or typhoon develops over oceans in latitudes:

a)8 to 15 N and S
b)20 to 35 N and S
c)40 to 60 N and Sd)None of these

17. Troposphere is the:

a) Lowermost atmosphere layer
b) The middle atmosphere layer
c)Highest atmosphere layer
d)None of these

18.The Gulf Stream in the Atlantic Ocean is a:

a) Cold Ocean Current
b) Warm ocean current
c) semi-cold ocean current
d)none of these

19. The word peneplain is given to a land surface of:

a) joint relief
b) sharp relief
c) no relief
d)None of these

20. The coriolis force is produced by:

a) earth rotation
b) wind action
c)water action
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paper 2
1.The founder of Human geography is:

a)Plato
b)Aristotle
c)Eratosthenes
d)Theophrastus

2.Pakistan covers an area of:
a) 796095 sq km
b) 468000 sq km
c) 999657 sq km
d) None of these

3.The hottest month (june) with the mean temperature of 38C in Pakistan is at:
a)sibi
b)Jacobabad
c)Hyderabad
d)none of these

4.Tod Polander is associated with the:

a)study of urban areas
b) Industrial location theory
c) agriculture location theory
d) population studies

5.which region is called the rice bowl of china
a)huang ho valley
b)yangtse basin
c)sinkiang
d)chunling

6.hemp is a fiber crop of:

a)western Europe
b)middle east
c)Mediterranean region
d)southeast Asia

7. the phytogeography deals with:
a)the animal life
b)the plant life
c)weathering of rocks
d) ancient civilizations

8.bride industries are industries:

a) based on agriculture raw material
b) located between market and raw material
c) located on the river banks
d) producing goods for export

9. the theory of industrial location was put forward by:

a) Webber
b) von thunen
c) A. Miller
d)R.Johnson

10. What will be the shape of settlement near oases in desert?:

a) square
b) linear
c) oval
d) irregular

11.the seasonal movement of people with their animals between highlands and lowlands is called:

a)pastoralism
b)nomadism
c)transhumance
d) ranching

12.the term fecundity indicates:

a) birth rate
b) fertility rate
c) growth rate
d) capacity to reproduce

13.the concept of demographic transition was initiated by:

a)trewartha
b)thompson
c)notestein
d)sadler

14.who was the first to suggest the law migration:

a)Lee
b)zelinsky
c) trewartha
d) rovenstein

15.where is the fertile crescent situated:

a)southeast asia
b) southwest asia
c) north america
d) africa

16.the example of an unguarded international border is that between:

a)India and pakistan
b) china and mogolia
c) china and russia
d) usa and canada

17.the concentric zone theory of urban morphology was coined by:

a) ullman
b) burgess
c) huntington
d) homer hoyet

18.:the acronym C.B.D stands for

a) outer fringe of the city
b) area of heavy industries in the city
c) area of highest population density in the city
d) central commercial heart of the city

19. occidental agriculture is associated with:

a) mono crop culture
b) diversified farming
c) shifting cultivation
d) dry farming

20.christaller’s theory is concerned with:

a) size distribution of central places
b) origin and decline of cities
c) morphology of settlements
d) None of these


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paper1 (2010)

1- The Circumference of the Earth at the equator is:
a) 60075 km b) 50075 km c) 40075 km d) none of these

2- The proportion reflected from the snow covered surface is called:
a) brook b) caldera c) sinusoid d) none

3- Worldwide geocaching is carried out by:
a) GIS b) Remote Sensing c) GPS d) None

4- Speed of the Earth at 45 N is:
a) 1180.7 km/h b) 2180.7km/h c) 3180.7 km/h d) None

5- Chemical compostion of the Earth dominating 34% by:
a) Silicon b) Iron c) Magnesium d) None

6- Temperate, Torrid and Frigid Zones, one ancient example of world climates is attributed to:
a) Plate b) Herodotus c) Aristotle d) None

7- In Koppen Climate system Aw stands for:
a)Tropical Rainforest b) Tropical Monsoon c) Tropica Savanna d) None

8- Which of the following civilization was shut down by droughts combined with devastating floods?
a) Nile b) Indus c) Incae d) None

9-Pumice, Gabbro and Andesites are identified as:
a) Sedimentary Rocks b) Metamorphic Rocks c) Igneous Rocks d) None

10- Great Barrier Reef is in the:
a) Atlantic Ocean b) Pacific Ocean c) Indian Ocean d) None of these

11- A new sea has been officially created in the pacific Northwest is called:
a) Palish Sea b) Salish Sea c) Valish Sea d) None

12- On March 28, 2001 a tornado outbreak in Pakistan was experienced in:
a) sahiwal b) Bhalwal c) Sajawal d) None of these

13- Agulhas is one of the warm currents of:
a) Indian Ocean b) Atlantic Ocean c) Arctic Ocean d) None

14- A and formation with many caves caused by dolomite being dissolved by undergoing drainage is termed:
a) Horst b) Mesa c) Scree d) None

15- Frontal Zones where air masses are not moving against each other is called:
a) Occluded Fronts b) Stationary Fronts c) Warm Fronts d) None

16- Mountain ranges near water sources can receive high rainfalls because of:
a) Cyclonic activity b) Rain shadow effect c) Orographic uplift d) None

17- Cartographers classify maps into two broad categories, reference maps and
a) Topographic maps b) Thematic maps c) Attases d) None of these

18- The oldest known projection dating back to about 500 BC is:
a) Cylindrical Homolographic b) Gnomonic c) Mollweide d) None

19- Alexander Von Humboldt famous biogeographer produced five volumes of work in 1845, was called:
a) Kosmos b) Helios c) Mellios d) None

20- Normal cycle of erosion was devised by:
a) Karl Ritter b) Thornbury c) Monkhouse d) None
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PAPER 2

Q1: MCQs
1- More determined and driven work ethics due to frequent variability in the weather of the:
a) Higher Latitudes b) Middle Latitudes c) Lower Latitudes d) None of these

2- Equational Paradox is an aspect of:
a) Cultural Geography b) Regional Geography c) Economic Geography d) None of these

3- Cliamtic determinism was intensely studied by:
a) Ellsworth Huntington b) Carl O Saver c) Carl Marx d) None of these

4- Environmental Problems must all be understood via:
a) Physical Processes b) Social Processes c) Commercial Process d) None

5-The study of the number of population and its variations in time and space is called:
a) Population Dynamics b) Population Density c) Population Distribution d) None

6- Rapid Population growth in Urban areas perpetuates:
a) Crimes b) safety Issues c) Poverty d) None of these

7- Sustainability of human settlements have become a matter of:
a) Global Concern b) Continental Concern c) Regional Concern d) None

8- Settlements can be ordered by size or other factors to define:
a) Morphology b) Landscape c) Hierarchy d) None of these

9- South Asian agriculture is considered to be:
a) Intensive b) substence c) Extensive d) None

10- Appalachian Industrial area hosts:
a) Iron and Steel b) Textiles c) Chemicals d) None

11- Turkey possess plenty of:
a) Power resources b) Mineral Resources c) Water Resources d) None

12- What had historicaly made geography unique was its attention to systematic description of areal variation said by:
a) Hart Shorne b) Charles Fisher c) Ann Buttimer d) None

13-Indus Water Treaty Projects were financed by:
a) Asian Development Bank b) World Bank c) Former EEC d) None

14- Ninety percent of Russia is north of the:
a) 60th Paralle b) 55th Parallel c) 50 Parallel d) None

correct ans is 45 parallel bcoz russia position is 45 degree 0' N, 37 degree 13' E.

15- Before 1950, Famine was a harsh reality in:
a) Poland b) Portugal c) India d) None

16- Waterways are common transport means in Bengal for carrying:
a) Tea b) Jute c) Animals d) none

17- Greek Culture and power expanded into the near and Middle East during:
a) Archaic Period b) Classical Period c) Hellenistic Period d) None

18- in the 5th and 4th Centuries BC the most advanced economy was founded in:
a) Italy b) France c) Greece d) None


19- Geographic regions are based on distinctive quality of
a) Variety b) Homogenity c) ORigin d) None

20- Geography affects the culture of a region by:
a) What people do b) What people possess c) What people copy d) None
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paper 1 (2011)

1)quattara depression
2)G.B.AIRY
3)transform fault
4)prediction of earthquakes
5)birds foot delta
6)mantle plume
7)caspian sea
8)103-143
9)richter
10)hawaii
11)none (these streams are parallel to rivers)
12)polar
13)both
14)R.F
15)iso-therms
16)W.M.DAVIS
17)xerophytes
18)dots
19)calcite
20)medial



paper 2

1)Erathosthenes
2)Lucien fabvre
3)enviromental determinisim
4)
5)transhumance
6)red-collar
7)vegetable growing
8)0km
9)The siwaliks
10)saudi arabia
11)khartoum
12)shifting
13)magnetite
14)1869
15)forms the boundry b/w north & south america
16)transport cost
17)ecumene
18)mithankot
19)8848 m
20)2900 km.



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