Law Admission Test (LAT) Past Papers 06 December 2020 Solved

This is the LAT Past Papers 06 December 2020 solved. Here is the Law Admission Test (LAT) Past Paper held on 06 December 2020. LAT stands for Law Admission Test. LAT is made compulsory for taking admission to the 5-year LL.B study scheme. This is now a test for students who wish to be a law graduate and want to pursue their career in the field of Law and legal affairs in Pakistan. Here, we have arranged LAT Past Paper held in December 2020. Find below Law Admission Test (LAT) Past Paper of December 2020.

Choose the letter word or phrase that A most nearly similar meaning to the word in capital letters

1. METAPHOR

A. Symbol
B. Irony
C. Hasten
D. Sarcasm

2. ACCOMPLISH

A. Skimp
B. Achieve
C. Practice
D. Slight

3. EXPERIENCE

A. Incapable
B. Ignorance
C. Background
D. Expertise

4. PREMATURE

A. Overdue
B. Tardy
C. Untimely
D. Delayed

5. PANIC

A. Confident
B. Anxiety
C. Reluctant
D. guts

6. WEIRD

A. Bizarre
B. Usual
C. Traditional
D. Courage

Choose the lettered word or phrase that is most nearly opposite in meaning to the word in capital letters.

7. AVERSE

A. Oppose
B. Hostile
C. Incline
D. Loath

8. DIVERSE

A. Assorted
B. Various
C. sundry
D. Equal

9. GALVANIZE

A. Spur
B. Rouse
C. Stimulate
D. Weary

10. CONTINGENT

A. Liable
B. Guarded
C. Reliant
D. Subject

11. CONTINUAL

A. Periodic
B. Eternal
C. Steady
D. Incessant

12. PRECEDE

A. Lead
B. Follow
C. Go before
D. Herald

13. LAWFUL

A. illicit
B. illegal
C. authorized
D. errant

Complete the sentences by choosing the most appropriate word, from the given lettered choices (A to E) below each:

14. No doubt this will make a few billionaires even_____.

A. More wealthy
B. Wealthy
C. Wealthier
D. Wealthiest

15. There was a guard with a dart gun hiding

A. besides
B. behind
C. alongside
D. outside a door.

16. It has been proven that cockroaches for several weeks even after their heads have been cut off.

A. are surviving
B. can survive
C. surviving
D. that survive
E. survives

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17. He was ______ success, writing not for the sake of fame, but for the sheer love of poetry.

A. indifferent to
B. destined for
C. eager for
D. tired by
E. charmed by

18. I _______ You that you shall win today’s competition.

A. Guarantee
B. Ensure
C. Assure
D. Decline

19. You certainly wouldn’t like

A. to be seen
B to have seen
C. to be seeing
D. to see
E. to have been seen

20. The best candidate should be appointed

A. To
B. At
C. With
D. For the post.

LAT General Knowledge MCQ

21. United Kingdom (UK) left the European Union on

A. 28 January 2020
B. 29 January 2020
C. 30 January 2020
D. 31 January 2020

22. Which important building in Pakistan was attacked by terrorists on 29 June 2020?

A. State Bank of Pakistan
B. Pakistan Stock Exchange
C. Supreme Court of Pakistan
D. Security and Exchange Commission of Pakistan

23. According to the Transparency International Report 2020, corruption in Pakistan during 2019.

A. decreased
B. increased
C. remained the same
D. was negligible

24. The Rasool Allah (P.B.U.H) consulted his wives on important matters such as during the occasion of Treaty of Hudaibiyah he took advice from

A. Hazrat Khadija 
B. Hazrat Aisha
C. Hazrat Umm-e-Salma
D. Hazrat Umm-e-Habiba

25. According to the 1941 census of the population of Kashmir state was Muslim.

A. 73%
B. 77%
C. 80%
D. 83%

26. Which country on 14 July 2020 has banned China’s Huawei SG equipment?

A. India
B. Malaysia
C. United Kingdom
D. United States

27. Which company on 15 August 2020 was ordered to sell all of its assets in the United States within 90 days?

A. WeChat
B. Lenovo
C. TikTok
D. Samsung

28. Which country on 17 June 2020 launched “Operation Claw-Tiger” against Kurdish militants in Iraq?

A. Iran
B. Turkey
C. Israel
D. United States

29. Which country on 24 June 2020 suspended visas including High-skilled tech workers visas for foreign workers?

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A. Sweden
B. Germany
C. United States
D. United Kingdom

30. US President Donald Trump on 15 April 2020 halted funding to

A. WTO
B. WHO
C. Cuba
D. Nigeria

31. ‘Aksai Chin’ is a disputed area between

A. China and India
B. China and Pakistan
C. India and Pakistan
D. India and Nepal

32. Who is the current secretary-general of the United Nations?

A. Javier Perez de Cuellar
B. Kofi Annan
C. Ban-Ki-Moon
D. Antonio Guterres

33. The United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change deals with

A. reduction in fossil fuel usage
B. CO emissions mitigation
C. reduction in Uranium production
D. greenhouse gases emissions mitigation

34. Entomology is the science that studies:

A. Behaviour of human beings
B. Insects
C. The origin and history of technical and scientific terms
D. The formation of rocks

35. For which of the following disciplines is the Nobel Prize awarded?

A. Physics and Chemistry
B. Physiology or Medicine
C. Literature, Peace and Economics
D. All of the above

36. Galileo was an Italian astronomer who

A. Developed the telescope
B. Discovered four satellites of Jupiter
C. Discovered that the movement of pendulum produces a regular time measurement
D. All of the above

37. Expose to sunlight helps a person improve his health because

A. the infrared light kills bacteria in the
B. resistance power increases
C. the pigment cells in the skin get stimulated and produce a healthy tan
D. the ultraviolet rays convert skin oil into Vitamin D

38. Guarantee to an exporter that the importer of his goods will pay immediately for the goods ordered by him, is known as

A. Letter of Credit (L/C)
B. Laissez-faire
C. Inflation
D. None of the above

39. Gulf cooperation council was originally formed by

A. Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, and the United Arab Emirates
B. Second World Nations
C. Third World Nations
D. Fourth World Nations

40. the United States on 31 May 2020 launched spaceflight from its own soil after a decade. The spacecraft was built by

A. Apple
B. Amazon
C. NASA
D. SpaceX

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LAT Pak Studies MCQs

41. The term ‘Pakistan Ideology’ refers to

A. set of beliefs and objectives formed the basis of the Muslim freedom struggle in South-East Asia.
B. The objectives of establishing a political party called The Muslim League.
C. The sense of responsibility towards minorities.
D. Gaining power in the Muslim majority areas of the sub-continent.

42. Hindus’ resentment towards the Urdu language and Muslim education led

A. Lord Curzon to establish educational and research institutions for Muslims.
B. The anti-Muslim movements and the partition of Bengal.
C. Sir Syed Ahmed Khan to establish the Aligarh School of educational and research institutions for Muslims.
D. Top ranking Muslim leaders to lay down their demands in front of Lord Curzon.

43. The Viceroy in 1906 at the time of The Simla Deputation was

A. Lord Lawrence
B. Lord Lansdowne
C. Lord Mountbatten
D. Lord Minto

44. Book written by Sir Syed Ahmed Khan to be read especially by the members of the British Parliament was titled

A. “Loyal Muhammadans of India”
B. “Asbab-e-Baghawat-e-Hind”
C. “Asar-al-Sanadici”
D. “A Voyage of Modernism”

45. The British Civil servant who established the Indian National Congress in the year 1885 was

A. A.O. Hume
B. George Abell
C. Mirza Muzaffar Ahmed
D. Sir Juland Danvers

46. The Parliamentary system of Pakistan is

A. Unicameral
B. Bicameral
C. Democratic
D. Autocratic

47. The role of the Zila Naib Nazim is

A. To control district administration
B. To act as coordinator for the tehsil administration
C. To take control in the absence of district Nazim
D. To collect taxes from the district

 

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Arooj
Arooj

Thanks for providing answers to all the questions.

Aneeq Ahmed
Aneeq Ahmed

Very good work. Thanks

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