Class 6 Science Chapter 12 MCQ

Class 6 Science Chapter 12 MCQ (Multiple Choice Questions) of Electricity and Circuit. All the MCQs are helpful for the revision of chapter and doubt clearing. These MCQs includes all the questions from intext paragraphs and objective questions from exercises.

These MCQ quiz guaranteed a good score in exams based on chapter 12 of standard 6 science.

Class 6 Science Chapter 12 MCQ Online Test for 2020-2021

Class: 6Science
Chapter: 12Electricity and Circuit
Contents:MCQ Online Test with answers

Class 6 Science Chapter 12 MCQ Test with Answers


The filament of an electric bulb is made of a thin wire of:

[A]. Copper
[B]. Aluminium
[C]. Tungsten
[D]. Nichrome

A torch bulb will normally work on 4.5-volt electricity is connected to domestic electricity supply of 220 volts. Which of the following will happen to this torch bulb?

[A]. It will grow very brightly
[B]. It will grow very dimly
[C]. It will not glow
[D]. It will get fused

Filament of a torch bulb is:

[A]. A metal case
[B]. Metal tip at the centre of the base
[C]. Two thick wires
[D]. A thin wire

Consider the following statements and choose the correct one:

[A]. Although the electricity is very useful but it can also be very dangerous
[B]. If electric wires and electrical appliances are handled carelessly, then a person get can get electric shock which may cause severe burns and even death.
[C]. We should never use electricity from power points are sockets in our home for school for performing science experiments because it is very unsafe and dangerous to do so.
[D]. All the above

Read the following sentences carefully, and choose the incorrect one:

[A]. We can use an electric cell to get electricity that is safe for performing experiments.
[B]. A single electric cell usually provides only 1.5 volt of electricity whereas the electricity from power stations which is used in our homes is at 220 volts.
[C]. Cells and batteries are available in the market in different shapes and sizes depending on their use.
[D]. None of the above

An example of non-conductor of electricity is a:

[A]. Coin
[B]. Battery
[C]. Rubber gloves
[D]. Metal spoon

Electricity flows in an electric circuit which is:

[A]. Closed
[B]. Open
[C]. Round
[D]. Square

One of the following is needed to run a radio. This is:

[A]. Heat
[B]. Electricity
[C]. Light
[D]. Petrol

Recently, in a science class test, you are asked a question where you have to say whether the statements are correct or not?

[A]. We can make a simple switch by using a small sheet of thermocol.
[B]. The circuit is open and hence low current can flow.
[C]. The safety pins and wires all are made of metal and hence they are conductors of electricity.
[D]. All the above.

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]. Those materials which allow electric current to pass through them are called insulators.
[B]. Rubber, air, water, wood, plastics (like polyethylene, PVC), asbestos all are examples of insulators.
[C]. A candle (made of wax), thermocol and glass bangle are non-insulators.
[D]. None of the above

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

[A]. The positive terminal of electric cell is marked plus (+).
[B]. The negative terminal of the electric cell is marked minus (-).
[C]. We should not join the two terminals (positive and negative) of a cell directly by a wire.
[D]. The electric cell is a cylindrical device having a small metal cap on one side which is negative terminal.