Class 6 Science Chapter 10 MCQ (Multiple Choice Questions) of Fun with Magnets. All the chapter 10 of class 6 science is now covered through MCQs with suitable answers for CBSE Session 2024-25. Practice here with these multiple choice objective questions with answers to prepare for exams and get good score in your upcoming tests.

Class 6 Science Chapter 10 MCQ Online Test for 2024-25

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Chapter: 10Fun with Magnets
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Class 6 Science Chapter 10 MCQ Test with Answers

Q1

Which of the following statement is or are correct?

[A]. A magnet is an object which attracts thing made of iron steel, nickel and cobalt.
[B]. Magnets are made of iron, steel or other alloys of iron by the process of magnetization.
[C]. A bar magnet is a long rectangular magnetized bar of iron or steel.
[D]. All the above
Q2

In a science quiz competition, Nancy are asked a question where she had to choose the statement which was/were incorrect?

[A]. One end of a freely suspended magnetite strip always pointed towards the north direction.
[B]. Due to this property, the freely suspended magnetite strip were used by sailors in the ships to find direction in olden times.
[C]. The pieces of magnetite rock are known as false magnets.
[D]. Some people believe that the natural magnet called magnetite was first discovered at a place called Magnesia in Turkey.
Q3

In a quiz competition, you are asked a question where you have to choose the statement which is/ are incorrect?

[A]. Those materials which are attracted by magnet are called magnetic materials.
[B]. Iron and steel are magnetic materials.
[C]. The objects made of nickel and cobalt metals are also so attracted by magnets.
[D]. Bar magnet is not attracted by a horseshoe magnet.
Q4

In the last year board examination, Rahul were asked a question where he had to choose the statement which was/were correct? Will you be able to answer this question?

[A]. Magnetic material can be magnetized which means that magnetic materials can be converted into magnets.
[B]. Those materials which are not attracted by a magnet are called nonmagnetic materials.
[C]. Most of materials around us are nonmagnetic materials.
[D]. All the above
Q5

Temporary magnets are made from

[A]. Silver
[B]. Soft iron
[C]. Steel
[D]. Copper
Q6

Badal appeared in class test but he confused to know the incorrect statement. Would you help him to know that?

[A]. Non-magnetic materials cannot be converted into magnets.
[B]. If a large number of pins from a pin box fall on the floor and get scattered, we cannot collect all the pins quickly by using a magnet.
[C]. Wood shavings are non-magnetic and hence they do not stick to the magnet.
[D]. None of the above
Q7

It is a common observation that a pencil sharpener gets attracted by magnet through its plastic body:

[A]. As it is made of a special non-magnetic material.
[B]. As it is made of plastic.
[C]. As there is a steel blade.
[D]. As pencil sharpener body is made of cobalt and thermoplastic.
Q8

When iron fillings are kept near a magnet:

[A]. It aligns itself along magnetic field lines
[B]. It gets attracted towards north pole of magnet.
[C]. It gets attracted towards south pole of magnet
[D]. Nothing happens.
Q9

Naksh is doing his homework which is given by his teacher. Would you help him to choose the incorrect sentences?

[A]. The pull or attraction of a magnet cannot pass through magnetic materials like iron and steel objects.
[B]. The region of a magnet where the attraction of magnet is the strongest are called poles of the magnet.
[C]. One pole of the magnet is called north pole and the other pole of magnet is called south pole.
[D]. The pull or attraction of magnet cannot pass through non-magnetic materials, like plastic, paper etc.
Q10

Which of the following statement is not true about poles of a magnet?

[A]. North pole of a magnet is attracted towards south pole of other magnet.
[B]. North pole of two magnets each other.
[C]. Each magnet has a north and south pole.
[D]. A magnet can have two north pole
Q11

Which of the following is true about magnetism?

[A]. When we cut a magnet in two parts, magnetism is lost.
[B]. When we cut a magnet in two parts, we get isolated north and south pole
[C]. When we cut a magnet in two parts, we get two magnets each with north and south pole.
[D]. We cannot cut a magnet in two parts.
Q12

Needle of a compass, if free to move will always orient:

[A]. In geographical north-south direction
[B]. In geographical east west direction
[C]. Along equator
[D]. In any arbitrary direction
Q13

A magnet can attract a:

[A]. Steel ring
[B]. Copper plate
[C]. Rubber band
[D]. Glass rod
Q14

Which of the following items cannot be picked up by a magnet?

[A]. Hair pins
[B]. Paper clips
[C]. Aluminum false
[D]. Iron nails
Q15

Which of the following in a ship helps to move it in the right direction?

[A]. Thermometer
[B]. Speedometer
[C]. An anchor
[D]. A compass
Q16

A free-turning magnet will always rest in:

[A]. North-south direction
[B]. East west direction
[C]. South west direction
[D]. North east direction
Q17

What happens when we hit a magnet with a hammer?

[A]. It gains more magnetic force
[B]. It demagnetizes
[C]. The north and south poles change positions
[D]. Nothing happens
Q18

Which of the following makes use of a magnet?

[A]. A shirt button
[B]. A screw-driver
[C]. A can opener
[D]. A door stopper
Q19

Tarun is writing some precautions related handling of magnets. Choose the incorrect statements from the given sentences:

[A]. We should never store magnets.
[B]. We should never heat a magnet over burner.
[C]. We should never hit a magnet with hammer.
[D]. We should never drop a magnet on the floor.
Q20

Arun appeared in class test but he confused to know the correct statement. Would you help him to know that?

[A]. Magnets are used to hold objects like stickers, refrigerator doors etc.
[B]. Magnets are used for making compass.
[C]. Magnets are used in telephones, doorbells, mixer and grinder, fans etc.
[D]. All the above
Q21

Ruhi is writing some statements, choose the incorrect statement and help him:

[A]. Magnet is used in refrigerator door to keep it tightly closed.
[B]. Magnets are used in some pencil boxes to keep their lids shut tightly.
[C]. Needle of a compass deflects when we brought a magnet near it.
[D]. Electromagnet is a permanent magnet.
Q22

Consider the following statements and choose the correct one:

[A]. North pole brought near to north pole of another magnet which attracts.
[B]. South pole brought near to south pole of another magnet which attracts.
[C]. South pole brought near to north pole of another magnet which repels.
[D]. North pole brought near to south pole of another magnet which attracts.
Q23

In a science quiz competition, Nidhi are asked a question where she had to choose the statement which was/were incorrect?

[A]. The end of magnet which points towards the north direction is called north-seeking end or north pole of the magnet.
[B]. The end of magnet which points towards the south direction is called south-seeking end or south pole of the magnet.
[C]. Just like a freely suspended magnet, a freely pivoted magnet also always comes to rest along the north-south direction.
[D]. The global positioning system (GPS) navigation do not tells us about direction.
Q24

Which of the following statement is or are incorrect?

[A]. The same type of magnetic poles are called like poles.
[B]. The different types of magnetic poles are called unlike poles.
[C]. Like magnetic poles repel each other, unlike magnetic poles attract each other.
[D]. A freely suspended magnet always point in a west-south direction.
Q25

Neelima is writing some statements but she confused to know whether the statements are correct or not? If you know the answer to this question, then tell her:

[A]. Every magnet, whether big or small, has a north pole and south pole.
[B]. It is impossible to have a magnet having only one pole.
[C]. The maximum amount of iron filings sticks on the two ends or two poles of the bar magnet.
[D]. None of the above

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