MCAT MCQs Biology From Past Papers With Answers Unit 12

MCAT MCQs Biology: Taking the MCAT (Medical College Admission Test) is stressful. Especially if you’re studying on your own and don’t know how the test. But if you want to go to medical college, you have to take the MCAT at some point if you want to get in.

Even if you didn’t study biology much in high school or college, you can still learn how to do well on MCAT biology questions by looking at old tests and working hard. Here are some things you can do right now to get started.

General Tips For Acing MCAT Biology:

To do well on any part of the MCAT, you need to know what to do and do it. Knowledge is kind of obvious, but practice is important in more than one way. Practice tests are great because they not only help you study better but also show you where your weak spots are and how much time you should spend studying them.

Whether you’re trying to learn about cell biology or memorize amino acids, give yourself practice tests on these topics until you feel comfortable with how well you do. Once that happens, focus on the parts of your review guide or flashcards that you still don’t know well and go over them again until you know everything.

MCAT MCQs Biology Part 1 With Answer Keys

MCAT MCQs Biology|MCAT MCQs Biology Chapter Wise| MCAT MCQs Biology for Entry Test from Past Papers|

1) Name the neurotic disorder characterized by bouts of overeating of Tattening foods: (Entry Test 2009)
a) Bulimia nervosa
b) Anorexia Nervosa
c) Dyspepsia
d) Salmonella
2) Pancreas is a: (Entrance Self-Test„2011)
a) Part of the Stomach
b) Part of the Large intestine
c) Part of the Small intestine
d) Separate Gland
3) During swallowing the food travels from the oral cavity to the stomach by way of the esophagus:
(Self-entrance 2016)
a) Very quickly
b) Pushed down by pharynx
c) By antiperistalsis
d) Moving due to peristalsis
4) The term chyme is applied to (Entrance Self-Test-2011)
a) Semi digestive food in the oral cavity
b)’ Semi-solid. food in stomach
c) Semi-digested food in the small intestine
d) Completely digested food in the last part of the small intestine

Biology Past Papers For Entry Test 2010-2022:

5) Villi and microvilli are present: (Entrance Self-Test-2011)
a) In pharynx
b) In small intestine (jejunum)
c) In the esophagus
d) In the large intestine
6) Gastrin is the hormone that is produced by the: (Entry Test-2012)
a) Liver
b) Gland
c) Pyloric region of the stomach
d) Mucosal lining of the intestine
7) Bacteria and fungi are examples of (Entry Test-2012)
a) Producers
b) Decomposers
c) Consumers
d) Detritivores
8) The muscles of the stomach walls thoroughly mix up the food with gastric juices and the resulting
semi-solid / semi-liquid material is called: (Entry Test-2012)
a) Bolus
b) Mucus
c) Bolus or chyme
d) Chyme

Past Papers MCAT Entrance Test:

9) Trypsinogen is converted into trypsin by the activity of: (Entry Test-2012)
a) Protease
b) Lipase
c) Enterokinase
d) Peptidase
10) In. the large intestine, vitamin K is formed by the activity of: (Entry Test-2012)
a) Symbiotic bacteria
b) Parasitic bacteria
c) Obligate parasite
d) Facultative bacteria
11) Goblet cells secret: (Entry Test-2012)
a) HCI
b) Mucus
c) Enzymes
d) Amylase
12) Which one of the following Vitamins is produced by the microflora of the large intestine? (Entrance Test-2013)
a) Vitamin K
b) Vitamin C
c) Vitamin A
d) Vitamin D
14) Which of the following are absorbed in the large intestine? (Entrance Test-2013)
a) Water and salts
b) Water and peptones
c) Salts and glycerol
d) Amino acids and sugars
15)……is activated to…… by Enterokinase / Entero peptidase enzyme secreted by the lining of the duodenum. (Entrance Test-2013)
a) Pepsinogen, Pepsin
b) Pepsinogen, Trypsin
c) Trypsingen, Trypsin
d) Chymotrypsingen, Chymotrypsin
16) Saliva is basically composed of water, mucus, amylase, and: (Entrance Test-2013)
a) Sodium bicarbonate
b) Sodium hydroxide
c) chloride
d) Hydrocarbons

MDCAT Entry Test Previous Papers:

17) In humans, Escherichia coli is involved in the formation of (Entrance Test-2014)
a) Calcium
b) Vitamin D
c) Vitamin A
d) Vitamin K
18) The function of Goblet cells is to secrete: (Entrance Test-2014)
a) Gastrin
b) Hydrochloric acid
c) Pepsinogen
d) Mucus
19) HCI in gastric juice is secreted by; which one of the following cells? (Entrance Test-2014)
a) Chief cells
b) Oxyntic cells
c) Mucous cells
d) Kupffur cells
20) Gastric glands are composed of types of cells. (Entrance Test-2014)
a) Two
b) Three
c) Four
d) Five
22) Oxyntic cells in the stomach produce: (Entrance Test-2015)
a) c) Gastrin
a) Pepsin
b) HCI
c) Pepsinogen
’23) The hormone which inhibits the secretion of pancreatic juice is: (Entrance Test-2015)
a) Secretin
b) Gastrin
c) Thyroxine
d) Parathormone
24) Trypsinogen is activated to Trypsin by (Entrance Test-2015)
a) HCI
b) Enterokinase
c) Mucus
d) Gastrin
25) The emulsification of fat is the role of:
a) Saliva
d) Gastrin

c) Pancreatic Juice

d) Bile
26) Digestion of…………. starts in the Oral cavity due to the action of enzymes present in saliva.
(Entrance Test-2015)
a) Pancreatic juice
b) Bile
c) Starch
d) Cellulose

Entrance Test-2016 Solved MCQs:

27) Food enters from the stomach into, the small intestine (Entrance Test-2016)
a) Pyloric Sphincter
b) Semi lunar valve
c) Cardiac Sphincter
d) Diaphragm
28) Are they part of a gastric gland that produces hydrochloric acid? (Entrance Test-2016)
a) Parietal Cells
b) Goblet Cells
c) Chief Cells
d) Zymogen Cells
29) Protein components of food are digested by the enzymatic secretion of (Entrance Test-2016)
a) Goblet Cells
b), Parietal Cells
c) Zymogen Cells
d) Oxyntic Cells
30) Digestive System consists of different layers, the most innermost is known as (Entrance Test-2016)
a) Submucosa
b) Muscularis
c) Mucosa
d) Serosa
31) Food is diverted in the esophagus by (Entry Test-2017)
a) Glottis
b) Tongue
c) Cheeks
d) Epiglottis

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