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The trend of questions on miscellaneous topic in terms of total 100 questions has varied from 7% to 16% with an average of 11%. Miscellaneous type of questions are those which cannnot be strictly classified in any of the the other main topics such as General Science, History, Geography, Indian National Movement etc. Although it may be somewhat related to these main topics.
Some questions from the past years wil give you a fair idea of such miscellaneous questions:

Interpol stands for?
Where were the olympics held twice?
Which animal's milk contains maximum fat?
"it is a great tool in the hands of man for it can change the shape of progeny" this refers to?
Tolkapiam is?
In which country does the President preside over the Council of Ministers?
"Freedom from fear" is authored by?
Who won a Nobel prize and an olympics medal?
The highest milk producing breed of goat in India is?
Coffee cultivation in Sri lanka was abandoned because of which disease?
The Nobel prize for deciphering the language of bees was awarded to?
The Dinesh Goswamy committee was concerned with?
"Yellow Cake", an item of smuggling across the border refers to?
Which chemical was used as a chemical weapon in the first world war?
The world's fastest computer has been able to perform how many operations per second?
Who has directed the film "The making of the Mahatma"?
The concept of Public interest litigation originated in which country?
Some people in Manipur live in houses built on floating islands of weeds and decaying vegetation held together by suspended silt. These islands are called?
What are the official languages of the U.N.O.?
A person of mixed European and Indian blood in Latin America is called?

By now you must have got a fair idea of miscellaneous questions. Sometimes they are related to current affairs, some time to Geography some time to polity. At times they are related to places, people, awards, sports, culture etc. Intensive reading of Newspapers, Magaxines various books etc is the only solution to develop proficiency in tackling the miscellaneous type of questions.

Subjects Covered:

General Science! Indian History! INM! Geography! Economics! Indian Polity! Intelligence! Current Affairs! Miscellaneous!

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