CUET (UG) Biology mock test of Reproductive health 2023

Here you will get CUET (UG) Biology mock test of reproductive health chapter for free . Test yourself with CUET undergraduate Reproductive health practice questions with answers given below to understand the your weak areas and topics which you need to work on more . The mock test of cuet biology is also helpful for those who are looking for Biotechnology since CUET syllabus of biology is also for biotechnology .

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CUET (UG) Biology mock test of Reproductive health

On examflame we have provided chapter-wise mock test / test paper for CUET Undergraduate Biology so that candidates can use them to practice questions and improve their potential for scoring more .CUET (UG) Biology Mock test of chapter Reproductive health consist of 30 important questions from this chapter which is prepared by expert faculty .

CUET Undergraduate mock test of Biology reproductive health 2023 :

Instructions :

  • Kindly attempt the below questions in exam like environment without using any devices and google search.
  • Try to solve the questions in a time limit of max 25 min .
  • write your answers in a paper and at the end match your answers from the answer key provided at the end .
  1. Reproductive health is the well-being of
    (a) physical aspects
    (b) emotional and behavioural aspects
    (c) social aspects
    (d) All of the above
  2. Family planning programme was initiated in
    (a) 1951 (b) 1920 (c) 1930 (d) 1950
  3. Indicators of improved reproductive health of the society are
    (a) better detection and cure of STDs
    (b) improved medical facilities
    (c) decreased maternal and infant mortality rates
    (d) All of the above
  4. Population explosion is
    (a) increased frequency of diseases in population
    (b) rapid increase in population number
    (c) rapid decrease in population number
    (d) None of the above
  5. Which of the following are the consequences of over population?
    (a) It increases the poverty of a country
    (b) It leads to shortage of food supply
    (c) It results in unemployment
    (d) All of the above
  6. Natural methods of contraception are the natural ways to
    (a) increase spermicidal activity
    (b) prevent fertilisation
    (c) decrease mortality
    (d) increase mortality
  7. Periodic abstinence is avoiding sex during
    (a) follicular phase (b) ovulatory phase
    (c) menstrual phase (d) None of the above
  8. The lifespan of a sperm in female body is
    (a) 1-2 days (b) 3 days (c) 4 days (d) Only 1 day
  9. Coitus interruptus is the withdrawl method of natural contraception involving
    (a) withdrawl of penis from vagina before ejaculation
    (b) withdrawl of penis from vagina after ejaculation
    (c) sex during ovulation
    (d) no sex during ovulation
  10. Lactational amenorrhea is the
    (a) absence of menses in adult age
    (b) absence of menses in elderly age
    (c) absence of menses during lactation
    (d) no menses during pregnancy
  1. Spermicidal creams are used in addition to condoms, diaphragms, cervical cap and vaults for
    (a) lubrication
    (b) killing germs
    (c) increasing contraceptive effectiveness
    (d) None of the above
  2. Example of the non-medicated IUD is
    (a) Cu-T (b) Cu-7
    (c) Multiload-375 (d) Lippes loop
  3. Copper releasing IUDs are used for suppressing the
    (a) activity of ova
    (b) activity of the uterus
    (c) motility of the sperms
    (d) motility of ova
  4. Lippes loop prevent contraception by
    (a) preventing ovulation
    (b) phagocytosis of sperms
    (c) suppressing sperm motility
    (d) All of the above
  5. Oral contraceptives have hormonal preparation of
    (a) progesterone (b) oestrogen
    (c) Both (a) and (b) (d) None of these
  6. Pills have to be taken daily for period of …A… days starting preferably within first five days of menstrual cycle. After a gap of …B… days, it has to be repeated in the same pattern.
    (a) A–27, B–1 (b) A–21, B–7
    (c) A–22, B–5 (d) A–24, B–4
  7. Implants (the progesterone or progesterone-oestrogen combination) are used by the females usually under the
    (a) skin of the inner arm above elbow
    (b) vagina
    (c) upper skin of stomach
    (d) cervix
  1. Administration of progesterone, progesterone- oestrogen combination or IUDs are effective within …… hours of coitus.
    (a) 72 (b) 48 (c) 24 (d) 96
  2. What is the difference in oral contraceptives and hormonal implants?
    (a) They differ in their sites of implantation
    (b) They differ in their duration of action
    (c) Both (a) and (b)
    (d) None of the above
  3. MTP helps to overcome pregnancy that result due to
    (a) rapes
    (b) unsafe sex
    (c) failure of contraceptives
    (d) All of the above
  4. During which phase of the pregnancy MTP is safe?
    (a) 1st trimester
    (b) 2nd trimester
    (c) 3rd trimester
    (d) 4th trimester
  5. MTP is being …A… to abort even normal foetus. Specially when sex of the foetus is …B… . Choose the correct option for A and B.
    (a) A–used, B–male (b) A–misused, B–female
    (c) A–used, B–abnormal (d) A–misused, B–male
  6. The other names for STIs or STDs are
    (a) venereal diseases
    (b) reproductive tract infections
    (c) Both (a) and (b)
    (d) None of these
  1. Hepatitis-B and HIV spread through
    (a) sharing needles (b) transfusion of blood
    (c) infected mother to child (d) All of these
  2. A couple can be infertile because of
    (a) physical defect (b) congenital defect
    (c) psychological defect (d) All of these
  3. IVF in which the early zygote with up to 8 blastomeres is transferred to the Fallopian tube is called
    (a) ZIFT (b) GIFT (c) ICSI (d) IUI
  4. IUT Stands for
    (a) Inter Uterine Transfer (b) Intra Uterine Transfer
    (c) In-Uterus Transfer (d) None of these
  5. IVF in which embryo with more than 8 blastomeres is transferred into female body is called
    (a) IUT (b) GIFT
    (c) ZIFT (d) ICSI
  6. Specialised health care units help in diagnosis and corrective treatment of disorders which result in fertility. However, when such connections are not possible, couples are advised
    (a) in vitro fertilisation
    (b) Artificial insemination
    (c) in vivo fertilisation
    (d) All of the above
  7. GIFT can be advised to couples where female partner is
    (a) unable to produce eggs
    (b) unable to support a foetus
    (c) unable to provide suitable environment for fertilisation and maturation of foetus
    (d) All of the above

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CUET (UG) Reproductive health mock test answers :

Question no.AnswerQuestion no.AnswerQuestion no.Answer
1(d)11(c)21(a)
2(a)12(d)22(b)
3(d)13(c)23(c)
4(b)14(b)24(d)
5(d)15(c)25(d)
6(b)16(b)26(a)
7(b)17(a)27(b)
8(b)18(a)28(a)
9(a)19(c)29(d)
10(c)20(d)30(d)

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