CBSE Class 7 Computer Science MCQ Set A

CBSE Class 7 Computer Science MCQ Set A with answers available in Pdf for free download. The MCQ Questions for Class 7 Computer Science with answers have been prepared as per the latest syllabus, NCERT books and examination pattern suggested in Standard 7 by CBSE, NCERT and KVS. Multiple Choice Questions are an important part of Term 1 and Term 2 exams for Grade 7 Computer Science and if practiced properly can help you to get higher marks. Refer to more Chapter-wise MCQs for NCERT Class 7 Computer Science and also download more latest study material for all subjects

Computer Science Class 7 MCQ

Class 7 Computer Science students should refer to the following multiple-choice questions with answers for Computer Science in standard 7. These MCQ questions with answers for Grade 7 Computer Science will come in exams and help you to score good marks

Class 7 Computer Science MCQ Questions with Answers




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Question: Physical part of a computer are known as___________

  • a) Software
  • b) Hardware
  • c) Operating System
  • d) System unit

Answer: Hardware


Question: ___________is a place where processing takes place

  • a) Box
  • b) CPU
  • c) Monitor
  • d) System unit

Answer: System unit


Question: Processor is fixed on the         

  • a) Fan
  • b) Chipboard
  • c) Motherboard
  • d) Expansion slot

Answer: Motherboard


Question: There are         types of memory

  • a) Two
  • b) Three
  • c) One
  • d) Four

Answer: Two


Question:  A Processor acts like a/an      

  • a) Heart
  • b) Arm
  • c) Brain
  • d) Kidney

Answer: Brain


Question: Arithmetic operations are performed by         

  • a) LU
  • b) AU
  • c) ALU
  • d) CU

Answer: AU


Question:  A Processor is also known as                             

  • a) CPU
  • b) UPS
  • c) UPC
  • d) PUS

Answer: CPU


Question: Which of the  following part of the CPU controls the sequence of the instructions?

  • a) AU
  • b) CU
  • c) LU
  • d) ALU

Answer: CU


Question: RAM stands for          

  • a) Random Access Memory  
  • b) Random Analysis  
  • c) Read Able Memory
  • d) Random Available Memory

Answer: Random Access Memory  


Question: ROM stores data         

  • a) Permanently
  • b) Temporarily
  • c) Partially
  • d) Fully

Answer: Permanently


Question: Which of the following is the highest speed slot?

  • a) ISA
  • b) AGP
  • c) PCI
  • d) AGC

Answer: AGP


Question: A video game is played by using        card

  • a) Sound
  • b) Modem
  • c) Graphics
  • d) Network information

Answer: Sound


Question: Barcode Reader is a/an           device

  • a) Output
  • b) Input
  • c) Display
  • d) Storage

Answer: Input


Question:           is used in security system and criminal investigations

  • a) Fingerprint Reader
  • b) Robots
  • c) Sound card
  • d) Barcode Reader

Answer: Fingerprint Reader


Question:              is also known as mechanical agent

  • a) Computer
  • b) Barcode Reader
  • c) Processor
  • d) Robots

Answer: Robots


Question: _____ is the set of instruction given to the computer to perform a specific task

  • a) Monitor
  • b) Hardware
  • c) Software
  • d) Printer

Answer: Software


Question: _____is the most famous type of Operating System for personal computer

  • a) Linux
  • b) Unix
  • c) Microsoft Windows
  • d) Mac OS

Answer: Microsoft Windows


Question: A system software that helps Operating System to communicate with a device is called     

  • a) Operating system
  • b) Device Driver
  • c) Utility
  • d) Graphics Software

Answer: Device Driver


Question:  ____ is a program that allows a user to analyze and maintain a computer

  • a) Utility
  • b) Device Driver
  • c) Widows XP
  • d) MS office

Answer: Utility


Question: _____ creates a link between a user and the computer

  • a) Device Driver
  • b) Utilities
  • c) Operating System
  • d) Image Viewer

Answer: Operating System




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