GD Pilot

How to become a pilot in Pakistan after FSc? Its simple and easy method is to prepare only three tests like; Intelligence Tests, English Tests and Physics Tests. For more detail click here.

If a female want to become a pilot in Pakistan then she must be good in three main subjects including Intelligence Tests, English Tests and Physics Tests at least more than 90% marks.

If a female wants to become a commercial pilot then she has to apply in the posts of civil aviation by learning following questions also.

GD Pilot stands for General Duty Pilot. A GD Pilot requirement involves Initial tests in which Intelligence Tests, English, Mathematics and Physics MCQs are being asked.

If you have done matric and want to become a pilot in Pakistan then it is necessary to do FSc first and then apply for the post of a Pilot. Students who did ICS can apply as per procedure given here.

GD Pilot Test pattern has 100 questions of Intelligence test for 40 minutes and academic test of each subject has 25 questions for 10 minutes.

If you want to purchase pdf book of GD Pilot preparation then in the following sample tests are given which are past papers pattern according to the syllabus.

GD Pilot salary in Pakistan is same as other commissioned officers get. It increases as per rank and scale with the passage of time. Approximate salary starts from 70k and above after training.

GD Pilot PAF past papers involves intelligence tests and academic tests of English, and Physics Tests. If you want to prepare GDP tests then do online preparation with us. Contact at 03348480890.

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GD Pilot Tests Past Papers (Part - 01)

Most repeated questions given in the GDP tests are given below. These questions are past questions which are purely the same questions of GDP academic tests.

If you are going to appear in the initial academic tests of GDP (General Duty Pilot) in PAF then before sitting in the examination must read the following question of GDP tests with answers.

Past papers  Questions of GD Pilots are given below: 

  • A physical quantity that is completely described by its magnitude is called______. (Scalar)
  • When things are different at each end, we call them _____. (Polar)
  • What is formula for the total time of flight? (T= 2V.sinθ/g)
  • The value of ‘g’ is _____? (9.8 m/s²)
  • Pressure increases with _____? (Increasing Depth)
  • Alpha particles are _____? (Electron)
  • Ixi = kxk = jxj = ____? (Zero)
  • Light year is the unit of ______? (Distance)
  • Electric fields lines never cross each other? (True)
  • Impulse is the product of Force and ______? (Time)
  • Voltmeter can also be connected in ______? (Parallel)
  • A wave that leads to the build-up of a beach, owing to the swash of the wave being more effective in moving material than the backwash is called __________. (Constructive Waves)
  • __________ have a high wave height, high wave frequency, strong backwash, weak swash and are created by a strong wind over a large fetch. (Destructive Waves)
  • The point on the axis of a lens or mirror to which parallel rays of light converge or from which they appear to diverge after refraction or reflection is called _______. (Principal Focus)
  • What is angle when light enters from rare medium to denser medium? (90 Degree)
  • Sensitivity of Galvanometer depends upon_______? (Number of turns, coil area, restoring force per unit twist, and magnetic field)
  • Transformer works on the principle of ___________? (Faraday’s law of electromagnetic induction and mutual induction)
  • Unit of viscosity? (Pascal Second (Pa·s) or kg·m−1·s−1)
  • The SI unit of kinematic viscosity is? (Square meter per second or m2/s)
  • Which role is involved in free fall motion of the paratroopers?  (Gravity)
  • What is equation of continuity? (A mass balance of a fluid flowing through a stationary volume element)
  • The number of digits in a value, often a measurement, that contribute to the degree of accuracy of the value is called ________. (Significant of figure)
  • What is name of phenomenon when two light nuclei fused together? (Nuclear Fusion)

GD Pilot Tests Past Papers (Part - 02)

More Past papers  Questions of GD Pilots are given below:

  • Where Pair production occurs? (Pair production is the creation of a subatomic particle and its antiparticle from a neutral boson)
  • When the rest mass of the body is zero then what happens? (An object with zero energy and zero mass is nothing at all)
  • Who proved the dual nature of light? (Thomas Young’s)
  • A scientific discipline that studies the structure of nuclei, their formation and stability. (Nuclear Physics)
  • What is equation of Linear momentum? (P=mv)
  • What is SI unit of momentum? (kg⋅m/s or slug⋅ft/s)
  • What is dimension of Momentum? (MLT−1)
  • What happens when length of the body becomes double then tension becomes?
  • The force transmitted through a rope, string or wire when pulled by forces acting from opposite sides is called ______. (Tension in the string)
  • When K.E becomes maximum at extreme position then the K.E becomes? (Zero)
  • What is the equation, when the body falls in viscous medium? (Fv = -bv)
  • The study of fluid behavior (liquids, gases, blood, and plasmas) at rest and in motion is called________. (Fluid Mechanics)
  • What happens with voltage when the number of turn increases in transformer? (Increases or Increases the magnetic field)
  • Speed of sound does not depend upon? (Pressure)
  • The total electric flux out of a closed surface is equal to the charge enclosed divided by the permittivity is called ________. (Gauss Law)
  • What is Tesla? (The unit of magnetic flux density)
  • The force of attraction or repulsion acting along a straight line between two electric charges is directly proportional to the product of the charges and inversely to the square of the distance between them is called _________. (Coulomb Law)
  • What is unit of work? (Joule)
  • Who was the first Pakistani physics winning noble prize? (Mohammad Abdus Salam NI(M)
  • How many branches of Physics? (02 main branches are Modern and Classical Physics)
  • Which types of charge are in P Junction? (Positive charge and Negative charge)

GD Pilot Tests Past Papers (Part - 03)

Past papers  MCQs of GD Pilots are given below:

  • Electromagnetic radiation of the shortest wavelength and highest energy is called __________. (Gamma Rays)
  • The contact surface between a p-type and an n-type semiconductor is called a _________. (PN Junction)
  • A medium in which speed of light is less is known as optically ___________. (Denser Medium)
  • Glass is optically denser medium as compared to ______. (Air)
  • A medium in which the speed of light is more is known as Optically _________. (Rarer Medium)
  • An induced electric current flows in a direction such that the current opposes the change that induced it is called ________. (Lenz’s Law)
  • The study of charge at rest is called? (Electrostatics)
  • A type of a semiconductor device that can be used to both conduct and insulate electric current or voltage is called __________. (Transistor)
  • Dimension of Viscosity is _____? ([M1 L-1 T-1])
  • Dimensions of which quantities are same? (The three physical quantities which are having same dimensions are Work, Torque, and Energy)
  • Within certain limits, the force required to stretch an elastic object such as a metal spring is directly proportional to the extension of the spring is called ________. (Hooks Law)
  • An instrument used for measuring the potential difference, or voltage, between two points in an electrical or electronic circuit is called ________.  (Voltmeter)
  • Speed of Sound is _____? (At 20 °C (68 °F), the speed of sound in air is about 343 metres per second (1,125 ft/s; 1,235 km/h; 767 mph; 667 kn), or one kilometre in 2.91 s or one mile in 4.69 s)
  • A property of matter that causes it to resist changes in velocity (speed and/or direction)  is called _________. (Inertia)
  • Unit of Energy is ______? (Joule)
  • Unit of Electric Flux is ______? (Volt-Metres (V m) which is also equal to newton-metres squared per coulomb (N m2 C-1))
  • Unit of Impedance is ______? (Ohms (Ω)
  • Impedance is indicated by the symbol _______. (“Z” )
  • The increase (or decrease) in the frequency of sound, light, or other waves as the source and observer move towards (or away from) each other is called __________. (Doppler Effect)

GD Pilot Tests Past Papers (Part - 04)

Past papers  Multiple Choice Questions of GD Pilots are given below:

  • Unit of Induction is _____? (Henry )
  • When a wave breaks, water is washed up the beach – this is called the______. (Swash)
  • The term enzyme was coined by Wilhelme kuhne in ______. (1878)
  • The word enzyme derived from ________ word which means in yeast. (Greek)
  • The first enzyme diastase was discovered by _________which digest starch to Maltose. (Anselme payen)
  • What is the site of enzyme synthesis called? (Ribosomes)
  • Most of the enzymes are protein molecules and are synthesized on the _______. (Ribosomes)
  • Except ribozyme other _________are proteins in nature. (Enzymes)
  • Single cell contains ___________ enzymes. (2000-3000)
  • Mostly enzymes work in ________Media. (Alkaline)
  • _________ amino acids are present in active site of enzymes. (3 to 12)
  • Some enzymes required cofactor for their activities.
  • Lower the activation energy by changing environment of it’s active site.
  • Except ribozyme all other are globular proteins.
  • Denatured enzymes usually lost 2ry  and 3ry structures
  • Substrate attached at active site by H bond and hydrophobic interaction
  • Pepsin is enzyme which shows active and inactive states without cofactor becoming used.
  • 1000 chemical reaction carried by enzymes in cell at any time
  • 10 Celsius increase in temperature, increase rate 2 times or doubled
  • Mostly humans enzymes work at 37 to 38 Celsius or 40 Celsius.
  • Most enzymes work at 6 to 8 pH
  • Mostly enzymes are found in cytoplasm of cell
  • Enzymes kinase pH=5.5 and arginase pH= 9.7
  • Cofactor may be protein or non protein
  • Non protein part that is covalently bonded is prosthetic group
  • Protein part loosely attached is coenzyme

GD Pilot Tests Past Papers (Part - 05)

Most repeated questions of GD Pilot:

  • Cofactor act as a bridge and source of chemical energy to drive a reaction
  • Unit of Power is Watt
  • Unit of Resistance Is Ohm
  • Unit of Conductivity is Mho
  • Unit of Energy is Joule
  • Unit of Distance Between Stars And Planets is Light Year
  • Unit of Wavelength is Meter
  • Unit of Volume is Liter
  • Unit of Frequency is Hertz
  • Unit of Rate of flow of water is Cusec
  • Unit of Length is Meter
  • Unit of Power is Watt
  • Unit of Resistance Is Ohm
  • Unit of Conductivity is Mho
  • Unit of Energy is Joule
  • Unit of Distance Between Stars And Planets is Light Year
  • Unit of Wavelength is Meter
  • Unit of Volume is Liter
  • Unit of Frequency is Hertz
  • Unit of Rate of flow of water is Cusec
  • Unit of Length is Meter
  • Unit of Power is Watt
  • Unit of Resistance Is Ohm
  • Unit of Conductivity is Mho
  • Unit of Energy is Joule
  • Unit of Distance Between Stars And Planets is Light Year
  • Islamabad is to Pakistan as __ is to Turkey. (Ankara)
  • Iran is to Tehran as Saudi Arabia is to _. (Riyadh)
  • Pyramid are in ___. (Egypt)
  • What will come next in the series A, BB, CCC, DDDD, __. (FFFFF)
  • Light year is the unit of __. (Distance)
  • Cloud…… Is the example of which process. (Condensation)
  • Unit of angular momentum. (kg-m2/sec)
  • In N type minority charge carriers are called __. (holes)
  • Photoelectric effect was discovered by ___ in 1887. (Heinrich Rudolf Hertz)
  • Formula of Electric Flux:
  • Electric Flux = E.S = ES Cos θ
  • A thermodynamic process in which there is no heat transfer from in or out of the system is called ____. (Adiabatic Process)
  • A thermodynamic process in which the temperature of a system remains constant. Is called ____. (Isothermal process)
  • An electrical component that converts alternating current (AC) to direct current (DC) is called ___. (Rectifier)
  • Which ones have same units. (Work, Power and Energy)
  • The value of the Rydberg constant R∞ = (10,973,731.56816 per metre

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