FPSC Junior Admin Officer in Ministry of Defence Solved Past Paper 2004
FEDERAL PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION JUNIOR ADMIN OFFICER IN MINISTRY OF DEFENCE – BPS-16 (2004)
Test of FPSC Junior Admin Officer also includes mcqs from Computer and MS Office, Synonyms & Antonyms, Direct Indirect, Pair of Words, Idioms, Active Passive Voice from English, General Knowledge, Current Affairs, Pak Affairs, Mathematics mcqs, etc.
Fill in the blanks with appropriate words.
- We the bus. Now we’ll have to walk.
(C) have missed
(D) have been missed
- We some of the players after the performance was over.
(A) had contacted
(B) were contacted
(C) were contacting
- I you all my books if you promise to be regular in your studies.
(B) shall lend
(C) would lend
(D) would be lent
- I wish I harder
(A) was worked
(B) had worked
(C) have been worked
(D) had been worked
- Three hours will have passed when the bell
(A) will ring
(C) will be ringing.
(D) will be rung.
- You to complete your homework before you go out.
(D) must have
- I got up early so that I cover most of the distance before noon.
(D) ought to
- so many books? How are you going to read them?
(A) Need you to buy
(B) Need you buy
(C) Must you need buy
(D) Need you have to buy
- so kind as to close the window?
(A) Will you be
(B) Would you be
(C) Would you have been
(D) You may.be
- When I reached there, I realised that I
(A) needn’t have gone
(B) needn’t to have gone
(C) must have not gone
(D) mustn’t to have gone.
- Superstitions in by many people.
(A) still believed
(B) are still believing
(C) are still believed
(D) have still believed
- He a written test before he was appointed.
(A) has been given
(B) will be given
(C) had been given
- He if we think it necessary.
(A) has been interviewed
(B) will be interviewed
(C) would have been interviewed
(D) had interviewed
- I could not use his car because it
(A) was having repaired.
(B) was being repaired.
(C) had being repaired.
- It is time for the shops
(A) should be closed.
(B) to have been closet.
(C) to being closed.
(D) to be closed.
Fill the blanks with prepositions
- The magistrate acquitted him the charge.
(D) out of
- They discussed the matter for many hours without arriving at any conclusion.
(D) no preposition
Mark the phrase that gives meaning of the word
(A) One who does not care for literature or art
(B) One wno is a fine judge of literature or art
(C) One who is old-fashioned as far as art and literature are concerned?
(D) Devoted to music
(A) Trade prohibited by law
(B) Drawing out a secret from somebody
(C) Comparison that is out of place
(D) Statement that is absolutely clear
(A) A place where horses are kept
(B) A place where planes are kept
(C) A place where official records are kept
(D) A place where clothes are kept