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FMS - Mock Page 1 FMS MOCK TEST Instructions 1. DO NOT OPEN THE SEAL OF THIS BOOKLET. WAIT FOR THE SIGNAL TO START. 2. This booklet contains 24 pages including the blank ones. Immediately after opening the booklet, verify that all pages are printed properly. 3. Keep only the Admit Card, pencil eraser and sharpener with you. DO NOT keep with you books, rulers, slide rules, drawing instruments, calculators (including watch calculators), pagers, cellular phones, or any other device. These should be left outside the room. 4. This paper has 150 questions. The total time for the test is 120 minutes. 5. The paper is divided into five sections. Section-I : 30 Questions Section-II : 30 Questions Section-III : 30 Questions Section-IV : 30Questions Section-V : 30 Questions 6. Directions for answering the questions are given in the test booklet before each group of questions to which they apply. Read these directions carefully and answer the questions by darkening the appropriate ovals. 7. Wrong answers carry negative marks. There is only one correct answer for each question. 8. Do the rough work on the test booklet only and NOT on the answer sheet or any other paper. 9. Follow the instructions of the invigilator. Candidates found violating the instructions will be disqualified. 10. At the end of the test, remain seated. Do not leave the hall till the invigilator announces, "You may leave now." The invigilator will make the announcement only after collecting the test booklets and answer sheets from everyone in the room. ANY CANDIDATE GIVING/SEEKING/RECEIVING ASSISTANCE OR FOUND COPYING WILL BE IMMEDIATELY DISQUALIFIED.
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Page 2 FMS - Mock Section – I Direction for questions 1 to 30: Read the following passages and answer the questions that follow. Passage – 1 The scene is fairly familiar at first. The lights dim, and an eerie squeal of flutes silences the rustle and buzz of the audience. The first actor enters, attired in full Kabuki dress and pandemonium erupts in the crowd. Men bellow through cupped hands. To a foreigner the reaction seems a little harsh: the poor man has yet to utter a single line. However, no ushers appear to clear the stalls and soon everyone settles down to listen to the opening speech. Then another actor enters and ka boom — the hecklers start again, leaning forward to scream at the newcomer. Strangely, he appears pleased. Evidently I’m missing something. The English commentary in my earphones soon confirms that I am. Such outbursts are expected, the voice explains, even demanded in Japanese theatre. The audience is calling out the actors’ names, and the greater the performer’s standing the higher the roof is raised. Forget the sharp ‘sshhh!’ that greets any interruption in a Western theatre. Fans are supposed to shout here. Keeping your mouth shut is almost rude.
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This note was uploaded on 01/27/2010 for the course EE 100 taught by Professor Abc during the Spring '10 term at Punjab Engineering College.

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