Forensic MCQs

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Forensic Science NET/JRF syllabus UNIT-1 (Part I)

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Quiz On Forensic Science (1)

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Quiz On Questioned Documents

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Quiz on Questioned Documents (All New)


#1. ESDA:

#2. Obliterations can be deciphered by taking photographs using:

#3. Questioned Document is sometimes also referred to as :-

#4. Which of the following statements is not true?

#5. Document examiners frequently uncover the original writing of words that have been crossed out with the aid of:

#6. Taggants in ink are:

#7. The most suitable solvent system for thin layer chromatography/paper chromatography of inks is

#8. In handwriting, a short initial or terminal stroke is called:

#9. The following is the most acceptable method for revealing indented writing:

#10. When The Wire Mark Is Parallel To The Paper And Is Examined Under Transmitted Light, Then The Paper Is Referred To As :-

#11. The following is most likely to develop individual characteristics when it is used a lot:

#12. The following method is used for determining the age of an ink by tracking the degradation of certain dyes.

#13. Handwriting with finger movements may be characterized by ______:

#14. If An Investigator Is To Prepare Standards From A Suspect Typewriter, What Procedure Is Recommended :-

#15. The approximate age of iron gallotannate ink on document can be determined with the help of

#16. Segments of writing obscured by the application of an appropriate substance such as a correction fluid are known as:

#17. The writing, in which a person has made a deliberate attempt to remove or modify all or some of the writing habits is known as:

#18. Which of the following statements is not true?

#19. When Heavy Metals Are Part Of Ink In Case Of Secret Writing, Then The Secret Writing Can Be Deciphered Under :-

#20. Copy prepared by superimposing the document is called:

#21. the production of an imitation of currency, artwork, documents, and name-brand knock-off items for the purpose of deception:

#22. Inkjet printer printing can be recognized by:

#23. First Documental Record Of Questioned Document Analysis Occurred In :-

#24. ‘Off-its-feet’ is an individual characteristic found in ________

#25. The traditional printing method of relief printing is also known as:

#26. The following analysis is done in graphology:

#27. Used to view the details of the image close up:

#28. A Blind Loop In Handwriting Can Be Defined As :-

#29. The term 'Petroglyphs' is used for which types of questioned documents?

#30. Initial comparisons of documents are done with:

#31. Assertion (A): As the rhodamine ‘B’ in ballpoint pen ink degrades, it losesthe ethyl groups. Reason (R): The ethyl groups are replaced by hydrogen atoms.

#32. The Characteristic Feature Of Wrist Writing Is/Are :–

#33. Iron-tanin ink gave a blue colour to the line of writing due to the presence of indigo dye. It turned black after some time because:

#34. Which of the following instrument is used to decipher indented writing?

#35. When Copper, Zinc And Iron Are Present In Secret Writing Inks, Secret Writing Can Be Deciphered After Treatment With :-

#36. In dealing with fax machines, photocopiers and computer printers, which class characteristics might be examined?

#37. Erasure of a writing using rubber is called:

#38. Steganography means:

#39. Which of the following are examples of diacritic marks in handwriting?

#40. The following are examples of 'Questioned Documents', Except:

#41. The following are characteristic features for comparison of handwriting, except;

#42. What term is used for the standard used for comparison?

#43. A defect in the type written document in which a character prints a double impression with the lighter one slightly offset of the right or left, is known as:

#44. The author of the book entitled “Suspect Document” is:

#45. Questioned documents include:

#46. The Science Of Handwriting Comparison Is A :-

#47. The study of handwriting, especially when employed as a means of analyzing character and personality traits, is known as:

#48. Using an eraser, knife, sandpaper, or sharp tool to remove part of a document:

#49. Which printing method results in the variation in the thickness of the ink deposited on the paper:

#50. Which of the following disease affects handwriting?

#51. TAPPI stands for:

#52. Criminals can alter or acquire checks in many ways, including:

#53. First G.E.Q.D. in India was started at:

#54. Inks with polyethylene glycol base began replacing the oil-based ink in ball-point pens in the year:

#55. Forger Selects Model Signature Of Writing In :-

#56. Kromekote paper method is used in the following:

#57. Guided-hand writing is also known as ________.

#58. FDEs Means

#59. The writing on charred document can be restored by:

#60. Counterfeiting is a federal offense that primarily involves copying:

#61. Examination of Handwriting in the suicide note will reveal:

#62. Which Crime Comes Under White Collar Crime ?

#63. Indented writing means:

#64. A gap within a stroke when the writing instrument leaves the paper is called a:

#65. Pica type of typewriter types _______.

#66. When two sets of writings / signatures are exactly superimposing upon each other, that means:

#67. The electrostatic detection apparatus (ESDA) is not used:

#68. The best method for packing to collect handwriting evidence on paper is:

#69. The most commonly used material for in the manufacture of paper is:

#70. Forgeries are documents:

#71. Which of the following is not an anti-counterfeiting measure that may be incorporated into printed documents?

#72. Graphology can be defined as examination of handwriting for purpose of determining ________.

#73. The following method is non-destructive technique for ink identification:

#74. When a light source is passed over the paper at an oblique angle, lighting is known as;

#75. Toner type, toner fusion, splattering effect and drum defect marks are used to examine following type of documents:

#76. Which of the following methods used in the analysis of ink may be described as 'destructive'?

#77. Handwriting which is joined top to bottom lower case is known as:

#78. What Acronym Is Used To Describe The Computer Program That Helps Analyze Handwriting Samples?

#79. Secret Writing Consists Of :-

#80. The Process of reading or interpreting the effaced or illegible writing is:

#81. The traditional printing method of relief printing is also known as:

#82. Literary forgery refers to the forgery of a:

#83. A consolation paid for the safe release of somebody or something is called:

#84. An individual's handwriting is affected by a persons _______ .

#85. How to determine watermark evidence?

#86. Which of the following is characteristic of genuine signatures?

#87. Nigrosine Ink is obtained from:

#88. Removing, adding, or changing a portion of the original:

#89. Which one of the following types of ink, if erased, can be restored with the sulfocyanic acid fuming method?

#90. In Handwriting, A Short Initial Or Terminal Stroke Is Called:-

#91. Who First Published Treatise On Systematic Document Examination?

#92. Charred Documents should be packed in:

#93. In handwriting comparison the crossing in ‘t’ and the dots in ‘i’ and ‘j’ are known as:

#94. The most suitable technique for liquid ink individualization is:

#95. To decipher indented writings, following instrument is used:

#96. Questioned Document is also known as:

#97. Ambidextrous writer is a writer who can write with equal ease and skill with _______:

#98. Blobbing can be found in writings written with_______.

#99. Grazing angle in case of oblique light examination of documents pertains to_______.

#100. Signatures on cheques, drivers license and other official documents are examples of:





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