Model JCJ Test 


 

JCJ Model Examination

ALL INDIA LAWYERS' UNION (A. I. L. U)

A. P. State Committee, Hyderabad.

Date : 21-06-2009                                                                                            Time     :    2 Hours            Marks   :    100

1.          According to Sec. 2(b) of Cr.P.C, 1973, 'Charge' includes -

(a)                     Heading of Charge

(b)                    Any head of charge when the charge contains head

(c)                                            Any head of charge when the charge contains more heads than one

(d)                    All the above

2.         As per the Amendment Act, 2008 of Cr.P.C, the new definition that was inserted under
Sec. 2(wa) is -

(a)          Audio-Video Electronic means                  (b)        Victim

(c)           Victim Compensation                              (d)        Victim Compensation Scheme

3.         The examination of a witness by the adverse party is -

(a)          Examination-in-chief                  . (b)        Cross Examination

(c)           Re-examination                           (d)        Oral Examination

4.         'Facts not otherwise relevant are relevant if by themselves or in connection with other facts they
make the existence of any fact in issue or relevant fact highly probable or improbable is relevant under —

(a)           Sec. 9 of Evidence Act                 (b)        Sec. 10 of Evidence Act

(c)           Sec. 11 of Evidence Act               (d)        Sec. 12 of Evidence Act

5.         State the correct sequence :

(a)                     Issues, Trial, Arguments, Pleadings, Decree, Judgment

(b)                    Pleadings, Trial, Issues, Arguments, Decree, Judgment

(c)                                            Pleadings, Issues, Arguments, Trial, Judgment, Decree

(d)                    Pleadings, Issues, Trial, Arguments, Judgment, Decree

6.         During the pendency of a suit relating to a house, the defendant is about to leave the local limits of
the Court with an intention to delay the suit. The Plaintiff files an application under Order
38 - Rule 1 for the arrest of the defendant. Now the defendant —

 (a)            Cannot be arrested                     (b)        Can be arrested

7.         When the immovable property of one person is, by the act of parties or operation of law, made
security for the payment of money to another, such transaction is —

(a)          Pledge                          (b)        Accession

(c)          Mortgage                     (d)        Charge

 

8.         A gift made in expectation of death is known as -

(a)          Universal Gift                             (b)        Onerous Gift

(c)           Resumable Gift                            (d)        Donatio mortis causa

9.         A Contract to do or not to do something, if some event collateral to such contract does not happen,
is known as —

(a)          Wagering Agreement                  (b)        Quasi Contract

(c)           Contingent Contract                   (d)        Impossible Contract

10.       An agreement where the parties express opposite views regarding an uncertain event and which
results into a gain to one person at the loss of another person, is known as -

(a)           Wagering Agreement                  (b)        Contingent Contract

(c)           Continuing Agreement                (d)        Standing form Contract

11.       When an instrument in writing does not express the real intention of the parties due to fraud or
mutual mistake of the parties, a suit can be instituted for —

  (a)           Cancellation of Instrument    (b)        Rectification of Instrument

(c)           Declaration of Instrument      (d)        Rescission of Contract

12.       What is the time limit to institute a suit for recovery of the property on the basis of dispossession
under the provisions of C.P.C. when the plaintiff was dispossed of a house by the defendant ?

(a)           60 days from the date of dispossession                  (b)        6 months from the date of dispossession

(c)           6 years from the date of dispossession                   (d)        None of the above

13.       The involvement of Five or more persons is essential for the offence of—

(a)           Theft                            (b)        Extortion

(c)           Robbery                        (d)-       Decoity

14.       Three persons A, B & C went to a Bank. A stood outside the bank holding a revolver with him
and watching at the road. B & C entered the bank and asked the Cashier by showing revolvers at
him, to handover the cash to them. On the refusal to do so, C shot at the Cashier and took away
money from Counter. Now —

(a)                     C is liable for the murder and A & B are liable for abetment

(b)                     B & C are liable for murder and A is liable for abetment

(c)                     A, B & C are liable for murder

(d)                     None of them is liable because it is not a murder but only culpable homicide not amounting to murder.

15.       'Sans recourse indorsement' means -

(a)          Indorsement with limited liability                           (b)        Indorsement without liability

(c)           Indorsement with absolute liability                        (d)        Indorsement with conditional liability

16.     What is the punishment under Sec. 138 of N.I. Act.

(a)                     Imprisonment upto 2 years or with fine which may extend to twice the amount of cheque or with both

(b)                     Imprisonment upto 2 years and with fine which may extend to twice the amount of cheque

(c)                                             Imprisonment for not less than 2 years and fine of Rs. 10,000/-

(d)                     Imprisonment for not less than 2 years or fine of Rs. 10,000/- or with both.

 

17.       The limitation period for enforcement of a perpetual injunction is -

(a)           1 year                           (b)        3 years

(c)           12 years                        (d)        None of the above

18.       What is true with regard to application of Limitation Act, 1963 ?

(i)           It has no application to Sec. 25 of the Indian Contract Act, 1872

(ii)          This Act shall not apply to any suit or other proceeding relating to marriage and divorce.

(iii)         Where any special or local law prescribes for any suit, appeal or application a period of

limitation different from the period prescribed by the schedule, the provisions of Sec. 3 shall apply as if such period were the period prescribed by the schedule.

(iv)         The provisions of Sections 4 to 24 shall apply, unless expressly barred by special or local law.

(a)           (i) & (ii) are correct                                 (b)        (i), (iii) and (iv) are correct

(c)           (i), (ii), and (iv) are correct                       . (d)        (i), (ii), (iii) and (iv) are correct

19.       An easement right is a right -

(a)          in rem                           (b)        in personam

20.       Of the following, which is not a mode of acquiring easement ?

(a)           Easement by law                         .          (b)        Easement by grant

(c)           Easement by prescription                         (d)        Easement by necessity

21.          Whether Principle of res judicata applies to claim petitions under Order 21, Rule 58 ?

            (a)           No                               b)        Yes

22.          X files a suit against Y and when the suit is called on for hearing neither party appeared in the Court. The Court dismissed the suit under Order 9, Rule 3.

Thereafter X may -

(a)                    File a fresh suit, subject to the law of limitation

(b)                    Apply to the Court for restoring the suit by showing or sufficient cause.

(c)           both (a) or (b)                 (d)        neither (a) nor (b)

23.       Every Police Officer making an investigation shall enter day to day proceedings of a case in a
Diary Called -

(a)           General Diary                             (b)        Special Diary

(c)           Duty Diary                                (d)        Case Diary

24.       Mr. Kumar voluntarily causes hurt to Gowtham. Gowtham goes to Police Station to lodge F.I.R.
The concerned Police Officer refuses to record the F.I.R. whether the act of the Police Officer is valid ?

(a).          No                    (b)        Yes

25.       Khan commits an offence of grievous hurt in Hyderabad. However, he makes a confession before
the Judicial Magistrate at Adilabad, who has no power to try the case. Whether the confession
recorded, after following the procedure, by the Magistrate is valid ?

(a)          No                   (b).       Yes

26.       The limitation Act, 1963 applies to the proceedings before —

(a)         Courts                                          (b)        Executive Authority

(c)           Quasi-Judicial Tribunals               (d)        None of the above

 

27.       Section 5 of the Limitation Act deals with -

(a)           Bar of Limitation                                     (b)       Extension of prescribed period in certain cases

(c)           Doctrine of Legal Disability                      (d)        None of the above

28.       The provision of improvements made by bonafide holders under defective title is dealt in -

(a)           Sec. 50 of T.P. Act                      (b).      Sec. 51 of T.P. Act

(c)           Sec. 53 of T.P. Act                      (d)        None of the above

29.       Of the following, which is misfit matching :

(a)                     Sec. 81 of T.P. Act         -            Marshalling Securities

(b)                     Sec. 82 of T.P. Act         -            Doctrine of Contribution

(c)                     Sec. 92 of T.P. Act         -            Doctrine of Subrogation

(d)                     Sec. 93 of T.P. Act         -            Charge

30.       According to Section 60 of T.P. Act, a clog on redemption is -

(a)                       valid subject to certain conditions                         (b)        absolutely valid

(c)           voidable                                                           (d)        None of the above

31.       Of the following, which is a misfit matching -

(a)              Agreement to supply goods from time to time                     -           Continuing Offer

(b)                     Responsibility of Finder of Lost Goods                                       Agent

(c)                                             Betting Agreement                                                        -           Wagering Agreement (d).         An agreement to pay Rs. 100/-, if it rains on Sunday       -                                            Contingent Contract

32.       A Contract by which one party promises to save the other from loss caused to him by the conduct
of the promisor himself or by the conduct of any other person, is called -

(a)           Contract of Guarantee                             (b)        Contract of Insurance

(c)            Contract of Bailment                               (d).       Contract of Indemnity

33.       According to Section 69 of Indian Partnership Act, 1932, an unregistered firm can file a suit
against an outsider for recovery of an amount not exceeding Rs. 100/-.

(a)          Yes                   (b).      No

34.          'An Agency coupled with interest' can be revoked by Principal –

            (a).          Yes                   (b)        No

35.          Doctrine of estoppel can be applied against a minor -(a)  No        (b).       Yes

36.          As per Sec. 3 of Indian Evidence Act, Fact means and includes —

(a)           Physical Facts                (b)        Psychological Facts

(c)            Both (a) & (b)                 (d)        Neither (a) nor (b)

37.       Can an evidence obtained by committing the offence of theft be admitted in a case of criminal
nature ?

(a).          Yes                              (b)          No

38.       A tape record of speech is —

            (a)            Documentary Evidence                 (b)        Oral Evidence

39.       Mr. Lallu, an accused writes a letter, in his own handwriting with his signature, addressing a
Police Officer that he murdered his wife. The letter was found near the dead body of his wife.

Is the confession made by Lallu in the letter admissible in evidence against him ?
(a).             Yes, the letter is relevant                                  (b)        No, it is not relevant

40.       Mr. Bhallu is accused of a Murder. The police have produced an axe from a place and he said
that it was the weapon with which the deceased was killed.

Whether this statement made by him is relevant under Sec. 27 of Evidence Act ?

(a)              Yes, it is relevant to the extent of axe

(b).             No, it is not relevant as Sec. 27 is not applicable to the present case

41.           Mr. Varlu fires at Venkat with an intention to kill him. Venkat sustains serious injuries. He
lodges a F.I.R. against varlu and subsequently, Venkat dies due to injuries.

Whether this F.I.R. can be treated as dying declaration.

(a).             Yes, the F.I.R. can be treated as dying declaration

(b)              No, it is not a statement made by him regarding his death.

42.           How many witnesses are required to prove a Criminal case beyond all reasonable doubts ?

(a)              minimum Two                                     (b)           minimum Three

(c)               minimum Four                                     (d) •       None of the above

 43.          'Any Question suggesting the answer which the person putting it wishes or expects to receive' is called —

(a)              Patent Question                                  (b)          Latent Question

(c)              Leading Question                               (d)        Misleading Question

44.              As per Sec. 5 of the Evidence Act, evidence can be adduced relating to a -
(a)              Fact in issue                                        (b)        relevant fact

(c)              Both(a)&(b)                                         (d)        Neither (a) nor (b)

45.              Under Sec. 3 of the Evidence Act, evidence means —

(a)              Documentary Evidence                     (b)        Occular Evidence

(c)               Neither (a) nor (b)                              (d) -      Both (a) & (b)

46.              As per Sec. 167(5) Cr.P.C, a Magistrate can pass an order of stopping further investigation and
                   discharge the accused, in a summons case, if the investigation and discharge the accused, in a

summons case, if the investigation is not completed within a period of___________________ months from

the date on which the accused was arrested.

(a)              2 Months                                             (b)           3 Months

(c)  .        6 Months                                                (d)          None of these

47.           As per Sec. 357-A of Cr.P.C. (Amendment Act, 2008 ) who is the authority to decide the Quantum
of Compensation payable to the victim ?

(a)              The Trial Court                                                (b)     The Sessions Court

                            (c)          The High Court                                                    (d)     The District or State Legal Service Authority

 

48.           What is true with regard to plea bargaining?

(a)                     It has no application where the offence attracts imprisonment exceeding 7 years

(b)                    It is not applicable where the offence affects the Socio-economic Conditions of the Country

(c)                                            Plea bargaining will not be allowed where the offence has been committed against a Woman, or a Child below the age of 14 years.

(d)           All the above

49.       Whenever a case is tried summarily, the sentence of imprisonment shall not exceed -
(a)            2 Months                                  (b)        3 Months

(c)          6 Months                                  (d)        None of these

50.       A, B and C are charged by a Magistrate of I Class with, and convicted by him of, robbing D. A, B & C
were afterwards charged with, and tried for decoity on the same facts. Now —

(a)           They can take protection under Sec. 300 Cr.P.C

(b)             They cannot take protection under Sec. 300 Cr.P.C

51.       A and B are the joint owners of a horse. A takes the horse out of B's possession intending to use it.
However, A sells the horse and appropriates the whole proceeds to his own use. Now A is guilty of-

(a)           No offence                                (b)        Criminal Breach of Trust

(c)               Mischief                                    (d)        Dishonest Misappropriation

52.       A & B are the Joint Owners of a horse. A shoots the horse intending thereby to cause wrongful
loss to B. Now A is guilty of -

(a)           No offence                                (b),      Mischief

(c)           Criminal Breach of Trust        (d)                 Criminal Misappropriation

53.       Sec. 84 of I.P.C. provides for -

(a)          Medical Insanity                                             -   (b)        Legal Insanity

(c)           Both Medical and Legal Insanity                           (d)        None of the above

54.       Abetment under Sec. 107 I.P.C can be constituted —

(a)          Instigation                                 (b)        Conspiracy

(c)           Intentional Aid                          (d)        All the above

55.       Rama, an Officer of a Court of Justice, was ordered by the Court to Arrest Raheem. After due
enquiry believing Raheemuddin to be Raheem, Rama arrests Raheemuddin. Rama is exempt
from Criminal Liability under -

(a)          Sec. 76 I.P.C                               (b)        Sec. 78 I.P.C

(c)           Sec. 79 I.P.C.                              (d)        None of the above

56.       When two or more persons, by fighting in a public place, disturb the public tranquility, they are
said to commit the offence of-

(a)           Affray                                      (b)        Rioting

(c)           Public Nuisance                          (d)        All the above

57.       Sec. 34 of I.P.C.-

(a)           Creates a substantive offence                 (b)        is a rule of evidence

58.       Culpable homicide is not murder, if it is committed under -

(a)          grave and sudden provocation                             (b)           self-intoxication

(c)           irresistable impulse                                             (d)               All the above

59.       For an unlawful assembly under Sec. 141 I.P.C., the minimum number of persons required is -

(a)              Two                                                       (b)        Three

(c) -            Five                                                       (d)        Seven

60.       Causing disappearance of evidence of offence or, giving false information to screen offender, is an
offence under —

(a)              Sec. 2001.P.C                                       (b)        Sec. 201 I.P.C

(c)               Sec. 202 I.P.C                                       (d)        Sec. 203 I.P.C

61.       What is the punishment for the offence of Theft ?

(a)                     Imprisonment upto 3 years and fine

(b)                     Imprisonment of not less than 3 years and fine

(c)                     Imprisonment upto 3 years or fine

(d)                     Imprisonment upto 3 years or fine or with both

 

62.          Can there be more than one preliminary decree and one final decree ? (a)    Yes         (b)        No

63.          Whether Doctrine of legal disability applies to Pre-emption Suits ? (a)        Yes         -   (b)        No

64.          Whether an 'interpleader' suit can be instistuted by the agent against principal ?

(a)              Yes                                     . (b)        No

(c)               Yes, when a third party claims right through principal

65.          Whether an ex-parte decree can be challenged by way of appeal ? (a)         No           .   (b)        Yes

66.          When a material proposition of fact or law is affirmed by one party and denied by the other, it is known as —

(a)              An assertion                        (b)           An allegation

(c)               An admission                      (d) •       An issue

67.     Mr. Vinod of Adilabad makes a proposal to sell his house, situated in Vikarabad, to Vikram of

Nizamabad. In the sale agreement they provide a clause stating that all disputes arising out of the transactions are to be decided by the Court of Nizamabad.

Thereafter when a dispute arises Vikram must file a suit —

(a)              In the Court of Adilabad                                   (b) -       In the Court of Nizamabad

(c)               In the Court of Vikarabad                                 (d)        All the above

68.       Every Warrant of Arrest issued by a Court remains in force for —
(a)              6 Months                             (b)           1 Year

(c)               3 Years                                  (d)       None of the above

69.       According to Order VI C.P.C, 'pleading' shall mean -

(a)              Plaint                                                                    (b)        Written Statement

(c)               Plaint and Written Statement                           (d)       Plaint or Written Statement

70.     Under Sec. 167 Cr.P.C, the nature of custody can be changed from Judicial custody to Police custody -
(a)              During the period of First 14 days                                  (b)        During the period of First 15 days

(c)               During the period of First 30 days                   (d)        None of the above

 

71.       If a Plaintiff fails to sue for the whole of the claim which he is entitled to make in respect of a
cause of action in the first suit, then he is precluded from suing again in respect of portion so
omitted, by virtue of—

(a)              Sec. llofC.P.C                                                      (b)        ExplanationIVofSec.il

(c)              Order II, Rule 2                                                   (d)        Order II, Rule 3

 

 

 

72.       A suit for possession of immovable property on the basis of previous possession and not on the
basis of title can be filed under Sec. 6 of S.R. Act, 1963 -

(a)              within 3 months of dispossession                                 (b) •       within 6 months of dispossession

(c)               within 1 year of dispossession                                       (d)        within 6 years of dispossession

73.       Confession of one accused is admissible against Co-accused -

(a)                     If they are tried for different offences but jointly

(b)                     If they are tried for same offences but jointly

(c)                                             If they are tried for same offences but not jointly

(d)                     If they are tried for different offences but not jointly

74.       In execution of a money decree for Rs. 2,000/- the Civil Prision shall be —

(a)              Not exceeding 6 weeks                                      (b)        Not exceeding 3 months

(c)              Not exceeding 6 months                                   (d)        None of the above

75.       Whether an objection as to jurisdiction relating to subject matter ( Competency ) can be raised
before the Supreme Court without being taken in the Trial Court or First Appellate Court ?

(a)              No                                          (b)       Yes

76.       In connection with Commercial transactions what should be the rate of interest from the date of
decree to the date of payment ?

(a)              Not exceeding 6%       (b)                  Exceeding 6% but not exceeding Contractual rate if any.

(c)                                            Not exceeding the Contractual rate and in the absence of it the rate at which moneys are lent by nationalised banks in relation to commercial transaction.

(d)                    Not exceeding 18%.

77.       The amount of Compensatory Costs under Sec. 35-A, C.P.C. shall not exceed -

(a)              Rs. 1,000/-                                            (b).       Rs. 3,000/-

(c)               Rs. 5,000/-                                            (d)        No such limit

78.       Of the following, which cannot be attached in execution of a Decree —

(a)              Money                                                 (b)        Hundies

(c)            Books of Accounts                              (d)        Bank Notes

79.       When a Plaint is rejected by the Court under Order VII, Rule 11, the plaintiff can -

(a)              Prefer an appeal                                 (b)        Present a fresh plaint in respect of the same cause of action

(c)           Both (a) or (b)                                        (d)           Neither (a) nor (b)

80.       When a Commission is issued under Order 18, Rule 4 for examination of witness, within what
period the Commissioner shall submit his report ?

(a)              within 30 days                                                                                   (b)          within 60 days

(c)               within 60 days or within the extended period                               (d)        no such time limit

 

81.       When an application is made by the J.dr, after the decree is passed, for payment of decretal
amount in installment for the order of instalment payment whether Court should take the consent
of theD.hr?

(a)       Yes                                   (b)        No

82.       Whether the purchaser of a Property in execution sale can make an application for set aside the
sale on the ground that the J.dr had no saleable interest in the property sold ?

(a)              Yes, he can make application under Order 21 - Rule 89

(b)           Yes, he can make application under Order 21 - Rule 90

(c)                                            Yes, he can make application under Order 21 - Rule 91

(d)                    No, as he is purchase he cannot get the sale set aside

 

 

83.       When the next friend or guardian of a minor wants to enter into any agreement or compromise
on behalf of the minor, whether the leave of the Court is mandatory ?

(a)              No                               (b)        Yes

84.       When an ad interim injunction is granted by the Court within what period the application shall
be disposed of ?

(a).         within 30 days from the date of injuction

(b)                    within 3 months from the date of injuction

(c)                                            within 1 year from the date of injuction

(d)                    No such time is prescribed.

85.       Under which provision of law, the Appellate Court can adduce the additional evidence ?

(a)          Under Order 41, Rule 23                           (b)        Under Order 41, Rule 25

(c)           Under Order 41, Rule 27                           (d)        Under Order 41, Rule 29

86.       Of the following, which are compulsorily attestable documents ?

(a)          Sale deed and Mortgage deed (b)        Mortgage deed and Lease deed

(c)           Gift deed and Lease deed                      (d)        Mortgage deed and Gift deed

87.          In case of a transfer hit by 'Doctrine of lis pendens' the question of good faith of the vendee is —

            (a)         Relevant                           (b)        Irrelevant

88.          If case of Gift, if the donee dies before acceptance, then the gift is -

(a)          Valid                            (b)        Void

(c)           Reduced                       (d)        Court has to decide

89.       Who cannot be arrested in execution of Money Decree ?

(a)                    A Woman

(b)                    A Magistrate while going to and coming from the Coxirt or in the Court

(c)                                           An Advocate while going to and coming from the Court or in the Court

(d)                    All the above

 

90.          A declaratory decree passed under Sec. 34 of S.R. Act, 1963 operates —

            (a)          jus in rem                       (b)        jus in personam

91.          Whether an injunction can be granted in a case where for the breach of the Contract Specific Performance cannot be granted ?

(a)          No                                                       (b)        Yes

 

92.       According to Sec. 5 of the T.P. Act, 1882 - living person includes a Company or Association or
Body of Individuals -

(a)           which is incorporated                  (b)        whether incorporated or not

93.          According to Sec. 6(e) of the T.P. Act, Right to sue for a certain sum of money –

            (a)           Is not transferable                       (b)        Is transferabale

94.          In a contract of Sale of goods, a stipulation essential to the main purpose of the Contract is known as —

(a)           warranty                       (b)        guarantee

(c)           clog                             (d)        condition

95.       As per Sec. 34 of A.P. Tenancy ( Telengana Area ) Act, 1950, protected tenant means aperson who
has the land continuously for a period not less than -

(a)           5 years                          (b)        6 years

(c)           7 years                          (d)        8 years

96.       Under A.P. Escheats and Bona Vacantia Act, 1974, bona vacantia applies to the property -

(a)                     For which there is no rightful owner

(b)                     For which the owner dies intestate ( without legal heirs )

97.       Which Section of The A.P. Buildings ( Lease, Rent and Eviction ) Control Act, 1960 provides the
grounds for eviction of a tenant ?

 

(a)

Sec. 8

(b)

Sec. 9

(c)

Sec. 10

(d)

Sec. 11

98.      According to which Section of A.P. Gaming Act, 1974 'Game of Skill' is not an offence under the Act ?
(a)           Sec. 12                          (b)        Sec. 13

(c)           Sec. 14                          (d)        Sec. 15

99.      Under A.P. Pawn Brokers Act, 2002 carrying on Pawn Broking business without licence is an
offence punishable for —

(a)                     Imprisonment for not less than 1 year and upto 3 years and fine upto 50,000/-

(b)                    Imprisonment upto 3 years and fine upto 50,000/-

(c)            Imprisonment upto 3 years or fine upto 50,000/- or with both

(d)              Imprisonment upto 1 year and fine upto 50,000/-

100.    According to Sec. 4 of A.P. Prohibition of Ragging Act, 1997 if a person causes ragging or abets
ragging which causes the death, he shall be punished with —

(a)                     Imprisonment upto 10 years and fine upto 50,000/-

(b)                    Imprisonment of life and fine upto 50,000/-

(c)                                            Imprisonment upto 7 years and fine upto 50,000/-

(d)                    Imprisonment upto 3 years and fine upto 50,000/-

KEY

 

1.

C

21.

B

41.

A

61.

D

81.

A

2.

B

22.

C

42.

D

62.

A

         82.

C

3.

B

23.

D

43.

C

63.

B

83.

 B

4.

C

24.

A

44.

C            

64.

C

84.

A

5.

D

25.

B

45.

D

65.

B

85.

C

6.

A

26.

A

46.

C

66.

D

86.

D

7.

D

27.

B

47.

D

   67.

C

87.

B

8.

D

28.

B

48.

D

68.

D

88.

B

9.

C

29.

D

49.

B

69.

D

89.

D

10.

A

30.

D

        50.

B                    

70.

B

     90.

B

       11.

 

B

31.

B

51.

D

71.

C

91.

A

12.

D

32.

D

52.

B

72.

B

92.

B

13.

D

33.

B

53.

B

73.

B

       93.

B

14.

C

34.

B

54.

D

74.

D

94.

D

15.

B

35.

A

55.

A

75.

B

95.

B

16.

A

36.

C

      56.

A

76.

C

96.

A

17.

D

37.

A

57.

B

77.

B

97.

C

18.

D

38.

A

58.

A

78.

C

98.

D

19.

B

39.

A

59.

C

79.

C

      99.

A

20.

A

40.

B

60.

B           

80.

C

100.

A