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1. Anabolic steroids used by women athletes to boost performance results in :
(A) Muscle arthropathy
(B) Migraine
(C) Reproductive malfunctioning
(D) Increase of male hormone

2. Power sport-athletes generally make use of diuretics in order to :
(A) Increase supply of blood
(B) Increase muscle strength
(C) Bring down tension
(D) Lose body weight

3. Hyperextension occurs when the extension is beyond :
(A) 60°
(B) 90°
(C) 180°
(D) 120°

4. Bio-mechanics can also be a legitimate branch of :
(A) Kinesiology
(B) Mechanics
(C) Movement science
(D) Physics

5. Angular motion is not represented by :
(A) The knees of a cyclist
(B) The legs of a runner
(C) The arms of a swimmer
(D) Body of a diver entering in the water

6. Newton’s second law of motion is called :
(A) Law of inertia
(B) Law of acceleration
(C) Law of gravity
(D) Law of action and reaction

7. School of psychology most closely related to learning theory is :
(A) Gestalt school
(B) Cognitive school
(C) Behaviourist school
(D) Psychoanalytic school

8. In order to reduce his anxiety, a high jumper practises walking through his run-up in preparation of his jump. What is this strategy called ?
(A) Goal setting
(B) Attention skill
(C) Extrinsic motivation
(D) Social reinforcement

9. Improvement in concentration and control of emotional response are results of :
(A) Coping strategy
(B) Desensitizing strategy
(C) Mental imagery
(D) Covert modeling

10. During a physical education lesson, instructional interval should not exceed :
(A) one minute
(B) three minutes
(C) two minutes
(D) five minutes

11. Stages in curriculum design process are development, implementation and :
(A) Assessment
(B) Examination
(C) Orientation
(D) Training

12. In teaching a closed skill, a teacher initially should provide :
(A) A stable environment with varying rates of skill performance
(B) A stable environment with a stable rate of skill performance
(C) A varying environment with varying rates of skill performance
(D) A varying environment with a stable rate of skill performance

13. The second part in teaching a new skill consists of :
(A) Instructing
(B) Demonstrating
(C) Applying
(D) Assessing

14. ALT stands for :
(A) Achievement learning time
(B) Application learning time
(C) Affective learning time
(D) Academic learning time

15. Parameter that determines whether a person is healthy or not :
(A) Spiritual
(B) Social
(C) Genetic
(D) Cultural

16. Animal fat is not found in :
(A) Milk
(B) Almonds
(C) Egg
(D) Meat

17. An obese man has a fat percentage of :
(A) 15% to 17%
(B) 12% to 14%
(C) above 22%
(D) above 25%

18. ELISA test is used to detect :
(A) Lung infection
(B) Viral infection
(C) HIV infection
(D) Urinary infection

19. Skeletal muscle contraction that results in an increased energy expenditure is called :
(A) Physical education
(B) Exercise
(C) Physical activity
(D) Muscular contraction

20. Which of the following best demonstrates the principle of progressive overload ?
(A) Heart rate is between 70 to 85% zone during each session
(B) Gradually increasing the weight and number of repetitions
(C) Participating in a variety of activities
(D) Scheduling 12 training sessions each week

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21. Two main principles of muscle strength and endurance conditioning :
(A) Progression and overload
(B) Variable resistance and overload
(C) Frequency and progression
(D) Intensity and retention

22. Which of the following demonstrates the importance of agility ?
(A) Ability to get a quick start and leave the opposition behind
(B) Ability to dodge opponents and get free
(C) Ability to increase the range of movements possible
(D) Ability to move two or more body parts together

23. A kind of independent variable that cannot be manipulated is called as :
(A) Categorical variable
(B) Dependent variable
(C) Independent variable
(D) Intervening variable

24. Limitations imposed by the researcher in the scope of the study is called :
(A) Scope
(B) Delimitation
(C) Significance
(D) Hypothesis

25. The larger group from where sample is taken is known as :
(A) Population
(B) Sample
(C) Results
(D) Distribution

26. The square of the standard deviation is called :
(A) Central Tendency
(B) Variance
(C) Distribution
(D) Variables

27. A measure of behaviour that involves a subjective evaluation based on check list of criteria :
(A) Likert scale
(B) Rating scale
(C) Z-scale
(D) Hull scale

28. Individuals expected to perform at a specific level of achievement in measurement is known as :
(A) Criterion validity
(B) Norms-referenced measurement
(C) Criterion-referenced measurement
(D) Comprehensive measurement

29. A judgement conducted during an instruction and training programme :
(A) Summative evaluation
(B) Formative evaluation
(C) Continuous evaluation
(D) Instructive evaluation

30. The degree of inter-rater reliability is known as :
(A) Objectivity
(B) Reliability
(C) Validity
(D) Administrability

31. Scott motor ability test does not inlcude :
(A) Shuttle run
(B) Obstacle run
(C) Standing broad jump
(D) Basketball throw

32. Goniometer is used to measure :
(A) Lung volume
(C) Length of body parts
(D) Speed

33. A set of tasks that a physical education teacher adheres to in the beginning of the year for good classroom management is :
(A) Establishing rules
(B) Posting rules
(C) Learning students name
(D) Record keeping system

34. Let is associated with :
(A) Hockey
(B) Badminton
(C) Volleyball
(D) Football

35. ‘Power play’ is the term related with :
(A) Hockey
(B) Football
(C) Cricket
(D) Tennis

36. Which of the following is correctly matched ?
(A) Contrast bath — Reduce oedema and restore range of motion
(B) Hot Pack — Electromagnetic energy used to elicit deep penetrating thermal effects
(C) Cryotherapy — Reduction of swelling without any medicine
(D) Paraffin bath — Use of water whirlpools to reduce swelling

37. (I) Curriculum is a field of knowledge which is different from the syllabus.
(II) A syllabus is only the outline of the content to be taught and does not include teaching methods etc.
(A) (I) is correct but (II) is wrong
(B) Both (I) and (II) are correct
(C) (I) is wrong but (II) is correct
(D) Both (I) and (II) are wrong

38. Which of the following is correctly matched ?
(A) Displacement — Extension of joint beyond 180 degree
(B) Force — A pull, push or tendency to distort
(C) Acceleration — Circular movement of an object
(D) Motion — The circular motion of a joint

39. Which of the following describes a physical benefit of physical activity ?
(A) Enhanced body shape
(B) Understanding of rules
(C) Relieves stress and tension
(D) Develops friendships

40. Rousseau is referred to as father of :
(A) Idealism
(B) Realism
(C) Pragmatism
(D) Naturalism

41. Structured, organised, rule governed forms of play is called :
(A) Play
(B) Sport
(C) Games
(D) Recreation

42. Social interaction among people is called :
(A) Socialization process
(B) Social courtesy
(C) Social visits
(D) Social understanding

43. Which central Government agency deals with enhancement of sports in the country ?

44. The kidneys and urinary bladder are components of this system :
(A) Endocrine
(B) Digestive
(C) Respiratory
(D) Excretory

45. Which of the following is not a function of skeletal muscle ?
(A) Produce movement
(B) Maintain posture
(C) Maintain body temperature
(D) Maintain body balance

46. Muscle activity is entirely dependant on :
(A) Supply of oxygen
(B) Nutritional inputs
(C) Environmental stimulations
(D) Nerve and blood supply

47. Exercise related stress fracture occurs in bones :
(A) In the spinal column
(B) Below the knee
(C) In the arm
(D) In the neck

48. Excess potassium ion is eliminated from the body by :
(A) the kidneys
(B) sweating
(C) the liver
(D) the spleen

49. Anabolic steroids used by women athletes to boost performance results in :
(A) Muscle arthropathy
(B) Migraine
(C) Reproductive malfunctioning
(D) Increase of male hormone

50. Power sport-athletes generally make use of diuretics in order to :
(A) Increase supply of blood
(B) Increase muscle strength
(C) Bring down tension
(D) Lose body weight