Stat test questions in multiple choice exams contain various types of questions. One of them are questions based on poems.  A poem or couplet is given and students are provided with various questions based on it. Students are required to read the given verses conscientiously and then focus on the stat test questions given pertinent to those verses. Each question if to be studied carefully after which the candidate should seek the best possible answer in the given four choices.

An example of the stat test questions faced by the students in a multiple choice stat exam, which are based on poems, is produced below. The poem produced here is on the value of a smile:

A smile costs nothing but gives so much. It enriches those who

receive without making poorer those who give.

It takes but a moment, but the memory of it sometime lasts forever.

None is so rich or mighty that he can get along without it.

A smile creates happiness in the home, fosters goodwill in

business, and is the countersign of friendship

It brings rest to the weary, cheer to the discouraged, sunshine to

the sad, and it is nature’s best antidote for trouble

Yes it cannot be bought, begged, borrowed or stolen, for it is

something that is of no value to anyone until it is given away.

Some people are too tired to give a smile. Give them one of

yours, as none need a smile so much as he who has none to give.

The variety of Stat test questions can be put forward for the students based on the above poem. It is therefore, necessary for the student to carefully understand the poem and the questions based on it. A sample of such questions is given below:

Question No. 1. The entire poem is based on the value of smile, which places emphasis on:

  1. Suspicions and qualms it brings to life.
  2. The contentment and ecstasy it brings to life.
  3. The feelings of trepidation and apprehension it brings.
  4. Commiseration for those who are deprived of it.

Question No. 2. The tone of the poem is:

  1. Bouncy
  2. Poignant
  3. Persuasive
  4. Stipulating

Question No. 3. It accentuates the fact that smile is:

  1. A tangible asset
  2. A monetary asset
  3. A liquid asset
  4. An intangible asset

Question No. 4. Verse 4 of the poem explains that a smile is a perfect remedy:

  1. To face the dilemmas of life
  2. For promoting business goodwill and achieving progress
  3. To increase the monetary wealth
  4. For passing the examinations with good grades

Question No. 5. The last verse of the poem states that:

  1. Smiling people are the most deprived ones in the world.
  2. People who smile frequently are quite wealthy.
  3. Individuals smiling more often are the ones who are in need of money.
  4. Those who do not smile frequently are deprived individuals.

These kinds of stat test questions are not very complicated and require some attention and understanding. The answers to all such questions are hidden in the given verses and can be easily extracted with little effort. The answer to the above given questions are provided below. Students can try answering them and compare their answers with those provided to analyze their performance.

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