AIC JS 1 B. TECH REVISION Test
  • 1. What is the main advantage of freehand sketching over technical drawing?
A) It requires less skill
B) It allows for more creativity
C) It produces more accurate drawings
D) It is faster to create
  • 2. When drawing border lines on a drawing board, what instrument should be used?
A) Pencil
B) Compass
C) Ruler
D) Protractor
  • 3. Border lines on a drawing board are typically drawn ________ from the edges of the paper.
A) 3 inches
B) 0.5 inches
C) 1 inch
D) 2 inches
  • 4. Which of the following is NOT a purpose of drawing border lines?
A) To create a neat and organized appearance
B) To define the boundaries of the drawing
C) To protect the drawing from damage
D) To provide a space for the title block
  • 5. What information is typically included in the title block of a drawing?
A) All of the above
B) Name of the drafter
C) Date and time of creation
D) Scale of the drawing
  • 6. The title block is usually placed ________ on the drawing.
A) In the top left corner
B) In the bottom right corner
C) In the bottom left corner
D) In the top right corner
  • 7. When lettering on a drawing, which of the following should NOT be done?
A) Write legibly
B) Use a mechanical pencil
C) Use capital letters
D) Maintain consistent letter heights
  • 8. Proper lettering is important in drawings because it ________.
A) Makes the drawing more readable
B) All of the above
C) Demonstrates attention to detail
D) Enhances the aesthetic appeal
  • 9. The preferred style of lettering for technical drawings is ________.
A) Italicized and slanted
B) Bold and decorative
C) Simple and easy to read
D) Cursive and flowing
  • 10. When lettering dimensions on a drawing, they should be placed ________ the dimension lines.
A) Below
B) Above
C) To the left of
D) To the right of
  • 11. The recommended tool for lettering on a drawing is ________.
A) Marker pen
B) Technical drawing pen
C) Fountain pen
D) Ballpoint pen
  • 12. Which of the following is a common mistake to avoid when lettering on a drawing?
A) Neglecting to use a ruler for straight lines
B) All of the above
C) Writing letters in uppercase only
D) Using too much pressure on the pen
  • 13. The purpose of lettering on a drawing is to ________.
A) Express the drafter's artistic style
B) Add a decorative touch
C) Fill empty spaces on the paper
D) Provide information and clarity
  • 14. When lettering multiple lines on a drawing, the lines should be ________.
A) Written diagonally
B) Spaced evenly apart
C) Stacked closely together
D) Angled towards each other
  • 15. Which of the following techniques is NOT recommended for good lettering?
A) Using proper uppercase and lowercase distinctions
B) Crossing letters with diagonal lines
C) Using a consistent slant and angle
D) Filling in letter shapes completely
  • 16. The size of the lettering on a drawing should be ________.
A) Large and bold
B) Consistent and readable
C) Small and compact
D) Small and compact
  • 17. Which of the following is NOT a basic hand tool used in woodwork?
A) Pliers
B) Hammer
C) Saw
D) Screwdriver
  • 18. What is the function of a chisel in woodwork?
A) Sanding wood
B) Measuring wood
C) Hammering nails
D) Cutting and shaping wood
  • 19. Which hand tool is used for smoothing rough surfaces in woodwork?
A) File
B) Pencil
C) Clamp
D) Ruler
  • 20. What is the purpose of a coping saw in woodwork?
A) Measuring angles
B) Cutting curves and intricate shapes
C) Holding pieces of wood together
D) Cutting straight lines
  • 21. Which hand tool is used for driving nails into wood?
A) Hammer
B) Screwdriver
C) Chisel
D) Pliers
  • 22. What is the function of a rasp in woodwork?
A) Smoothing rough edges
B) Cutting wood
C) Measuring wood
D) Holding pieces of wood together
  • 23. Which hand tool is used for tightening and loosening nuts and bolts in woodwork?
A) Wrench
B) Clamp
C) Saw
D) Pliers
  • 24. What is the purpose of a mallet in woodwork?
A) Cutting wood
B) Measuring wood
C) Hammering nails
D) Sanding wood
  • 25. Which hand tool is used for marking measurements on wood in woodwork?
A) Pencil
B) File
C) Ruler
D) Clamp
  • 26. What is the function of a hand saw in woodwork?
A) Holding pieces of wood together
B) Measuring angles
C) Cutting curves and intricate shapes
D) What is the function of a hand saw in woodwork?
  • 27. Which hand tool is used for holding pieces of wood securely in place during cutting or shaping?
A) Saw
B) Clamp
C) Pliers
D) Wrench
  • 28. What is the purpose of a screwdriver in woodwork?
A) Tightening screws
B) Smoothing rough edges
C) Cutting wood
D) Driving nails
  • 29. Which hand tool is used for removing excess material from wood in woodwork?
A) Ruler
B) Pencil
C) Chisel
D) File
  • 30. What is the function of a level in woodwork?
A) Checking for straightness and levelness
B) Cutting wood
C) Smoothing rough edges
D) Holding pieces of wood together
  • 31. Which hand tool is used for cutting precise angles in woodwork?
A) Saw
B) Wrench
C) Mitre box
D) Pliers
  • 32. What is the definition of energy?
A) The ability to think
B) The ability to speak
C) The ability to do work
D) The ability to move objects
  • 33. Which of the following is not a form of energy?
A) Solid energy
B) Magnetic energy
C) Sound energy
D) Light energy
  • 34. What is the SI unit of energy?
A) Kilogram
B) Newton
C) Watt
D) Joule
  • 35. Which of the following is a unit of power?
A) Watt
B) Newton
C) Kilogram
D) Joule
  • 36. What is the formula for calculating work?
A) Work = Mass x Acceleration
B) Work = Power x Time
C) Work = Energy x Time
D) Work = Force x Distance
  • 37. Which of the following is an example of potential energy?
A) A moving car
B) A burning candle
C) A ringing bell
D) A stretched rubber band
  • 38. What is the formula for calculating power?
A) Power = Mass x Acceleration
B) Power = Energy / Time
C) Power = Force x Distance
D) Power = Work / Time
  • 39. Which of the following statements best defines the term 'scale' in relation to drawings?
A) The unit of measurement used in technical drawings
B) The ratio of a measurement on a drawing to the corresponding measurement in real life
C) A measuring tool used to measure distances on a drawing
D) The process of enlarging or reducing the size of a drawing
  • 40. What is the purpose of using scales in drawings?
A) To calculate areas and volumes of objects accurately
B) To create a sense of proportion and size in the drawing
C) To measure distances accurately
D) To make the drawing look more visually appealing
  • 41. A scale of 1:50 means ...............
A) The drawing is 50 times larger than the real object
B) The drawing is 50 times smaller than the real object
C) 50 units on the drawing represent 1 unit in real life
D) 1 unit on the drawing represents 50 units in real life
  • 42. Which of the following scales would be most suitable for drawing a floor plan of a house?
A) 1:1000
B) 1:10
C) 1:100
D) 1:500
  • 43. Which of the following is NOT an example of a scale drawing?
A) Blueprints of a building
B) Maps of a city
C) Design of a magazine cover
D) Photograph of a landscape
  • 44. Which of the following statements is true about the use of scales in technical drawings?
A) The scale does not affect the size of the drawing
B) The smaller the scale, the larger the drawing
C) The larger the scale, the smaller the drawing
D) The scale only affects the level of detail in the drawing
  • 45. When creating a scale drawing, which of the following steps should be done first?
A) Decide on the size of the drawing paper
B) Draw a rough sketch of the object
C) Choose a suitable scale for the drawing
D) Measure the dimensions of the object being represented
  • 46. Which of the following is an advantage of using scale drawings in technical fields?
A) They eliminate the need for physical prototypes
B) They allow for accurate measurements and calculations
C) They provide a more realistic representation of objects
D) They can be easily resized without losing quality
  • 47. When drawing in isometric view, what is the angle between the axes?
A) 90 degrees
B) 60 degrees
C) 30 degrees
D) ) 45 degrees
  • 48. What is the purpose of freehand sketching in design?
A) To create precise and technical drawings
B) To demonstrate drafting skills
C) To represent ideas and concepts quickly
D) To create photorealistic images
  • 49. What does a dashed line represent in a freehand sketch?
A) A visible line
B) A hidden line
C) A construction line
D) An optional line
  • 50. When drawing in perspective view, what technique is used to create the illusion of depth?
A) Shading
B) Contour lines
C) Vanishing points
D) Cross-hatching
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