100 GK Questions for Students

100 GK Questions for Students


Top 100 Important Questions for Every Students


GK Questions for Students Part 1 (Quiz 1-25)


1. Which one is the ROM’s most advanced form?
Answer: EEPROM.


2. A Penguin group is known as what?
Answer: Waddle.


3. What is the full form of CPU?
Answer: Central processing unit.


4. The trees of which forest turn colours as well as lose leaves in the fall?
Answer: Deciduous Forest.


5. In which country Adolf Hitler was born?
Answer: Austria.


6. Elizabeth Blackwell was the first woman who earned something in 1849. What was that?
Answer: She earned a medical degree in the US.


7. Which company manufactures the iPad?
Answer: Apple.


8. Which input device has a connection with the touch screen?
Answer: Light pen.


9. Mitochondria’s function is what?
Answer: Energy production.


10. 98% of Jellyfish is what?
Answer: Water.


11. The inside part of the bones contain what?
Answer: Bone marrow.


12. What is the name of the world’s biggest city?
Answer: Tokyo, Japan.


13. In each lung how many bronchioles can be found?
Answer: 30,000.


14. Which layer cannot be seen in the rainforest?
Answer: Overstory.


15. Which gas is tasteless, colorless and odorless?
Answer: Carbon Monoxide.


16. If you find an error in the data of the computer, what will you call?
Answer: Bug.


17. What is the most sensitive organ in the human body?
Answer: Skin.


18. Why can we see Day and night on Earth?
Answer: Rotation.


19. The ozone layer protects us from which ray?
Answer: Harmful UV rays of Sun.


20. We live in an atmospheric layer. What is it?
Answer: Troposphere.


21. In deserts, we find which soil?
Answer: Entisols.


22. An amphibian heart has how many chambers?
Answer: 3.


23. Why do Earthquakes happen?
Answer: It happens because of the rapid pressure release between tectonic plates.


24. Which planet is almost similar in size to the moon?
Answer: Mercury.


25. The longest bone of the human body is what?
Answer: Femur.


GK Questions for Students Part 2 (Quiz 26-50)


26. How many milk teeth can be found in a child?
Answer: 20.


27. Pneumatic bones can be seen where?
Answer: Bird.


28. The tail of a leopard is how long?
Answer: A leopard’s tail is long as its body.


29. The earth has how many natural satellites?
Answer: 1.


30. What is the name of the most popular space telescope of NASA?
Answer: Hubble Space Telescope.


31. Which one is the human body’s weakest muscle?
Answer: Stapedius.


32. What is the common name of Sodium bicarbonate?
Answer: Washing Soda.


33. The leaf bug uses a specific physical adaption to guard itself. What is it?
Answer: Camouflage.


34. Where is the human body’s weakest muscle located?
Answer: Ear.


35. HTTL is an internet term. True or false?
Answer: False.


36. The longest coastline is seen in which continent?
Answer: Asia.


37. The users can see information on which part of the computer?
Answer: Monitor.


38. The most DNA is shared by humans with what?
Answer: Banana.


39. Which input device allows us to move the pointer on the computer screen?
Answer: Mouse.


40. What is compter’s short-term memory that is lost when you turn it off?
Answer: RAM.


41. Where we find Tropical Rainforests?
Answer: Equator.


42. The earth’s innermost layer is what?
Answer: Inner Core.


43. Which one is the secondary memory device?
Answer: Floppy disk.


44. We know Mesopotamia by which name?
Answer: Iraq.


45. If the storage requirement exceeds one gigabyte, which system costs the least per megabyte?
Answer: Optical disk.


46. What is known as an asteroid?
Answer: This is a Rocky object that orbits the sun.


47. Which state recently joined the U.S and number became 50?
Answer: Hawaii.


48. A female elephant is known as what?
Answer: Cow.


49. What is formed if a massive star explodes after reaching supergiant status?
Answer: Black Hole.


50. Which is the largest desert in the world?
Answer: Sahara.


GK Questions for Students Part 3 (Quiz 51-75)


51. In which year the Second World War started?
Answer: 1939.


52. Which bird is the fastest in the world?
Answer: Peregrine falcon.


53. We require Secondary storage device for what?
Answer: We store a large volume of data when it exceeds the main memory’s capacity.


54. Do you know which language is spoken in the world the most?
Answer: Chinese.


55. The computer is invented by whom?
Answer: Charles Babbage.


56. The compiler points out what type of errors?
Answer: Syntax error.


57. In which year Christopher Columbus came in North America?
Answer: 1492.


58. What type of device if the computer monitor?
Answer: an Output device.


59. Which country faces the most number of earthquakes on the earth?
Answer: Japan.


60. Give the example of two types of main memories
Answer: ROM and RAM.


61. A particular metal can be seen in a liquid form at room temperature. What is it?
Answer: Mercury.


62. Birds’ behavior of nesting is a perfect example of what?
Answer: Instinct.


63. Which one is the first web-based e-mail service?
Answer: Hot mail.


64. Which is the world’s largest island?
Answer: Green Land.


65. The Great Pyramid of Giza is found where?
Answer: Egypt.


66. Which city is located between two continents?
Answer: Istanbul, Turkey.


67. The volatile memory is known as what?
Answer: RAM.


68. Give a web browser example
Answer: Google Chrome.


69. A particular state is known as the Bear State in the U.S. What is it?
Answer: Arkansas.


70. Which programme controls the basic functions of the computer?
Answer: CPU.


71. Where can you store arithmetic or logical operations?
Answer: Accumulator.


72. How long one full moon takes to reach the next?
Answer: 30.3 days.


73. Water surrounds a narrow land piece. This piece has a large landmass in its side. What is it?
Answer: Peninsula.


74. Which is Canada’s capital?
Answer: Ottawa.


75. Which protine acts like a biological catalyst?
Answer: Enzyme.


GK Questions for Students Part 3 (Quiz 76-100)


76. New Holland is known as what?
Answer: Australia.


77. Humans have how many chromosome pairs?
Answer: 23.


78. Who is known as the father of the computer?
Answer: Charles Babbage.


79. The large intestine’s length is what?
Answer: 5 ft.


80. Which is the world’s largest fish?
Answer: Whale Shark.


81. What is the name of the first American President?
Answer: George Washington.


82. Where was the first Olympic Games played?
Answer: Greece.


83. What is known as Lithosphere?
Answer: Topmost layer or the crust of the earth.


84. Oxen group is known as what?
Answer: Yoke.


85. Who is “The father of the Internet?”
Answer: Vint Cerf.


86. We receive groundwater because of what?
Answer: Infiltration.


87. The deepest location in the ocean is what?
Answer: Mariana Trench.


88. Which instructs the computer to use its components?
Answer: Operating system.


89. WWW is known as what?
Answer: World Wide Web.


90. Arboreal animals are what?
Answer: Animals living in trees.


91. When two computers are connected to share information and to include data and programs is known as
Answer: Network.


92. Who set his foot on the moon for the first time?
Answer: Neil Armstrong.


93. Can frogs live in salt water?
Answer: No.


94. Mount Everest is located in which country?
Answer: Nepal.


95. The longest borders are seen between which countries?
Answer: US – Canada.


96. How many canine teeth can be seen in most of the adults?
Answer: 4.


97. Which creature sleeps with open one eye?
Answer: Dolphin.


98. Bilirubin is produced by which organ of human?
Answer: Liver.


99. If a Salt Lake evaporates, a specific type of land is formed. What is it?
Answer: Salt flats.


100. The First World War started in which year?
Answer: 1914.


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