Forensic Psychology QnA (FACT 2022)

FACT and FACT Plus Exam 20 March 2022

Exam NameFACT and FACT Plus Exam 20 March 2022
Test Date20/03/2022
Test Time :9:00 AM – 11:00 AM
SubjectForensic Psychology (FACT)


Section I: Aptitude in Forensic Science

Q.1. A study of the personality of the offenders in physical terms is called as _______:

  1. Criminal Anthropology
  2. Penology
  3. Criminal Sociology
  4. All of These

Answer: 1. Criminal Anthropology

Q.2. Who is the author of book Principal of Psychology

  1. C William James
  2. Sigmund Freud
  3. Charles Darwin
  4. Willhelm Wundt

Answer: 1. C William James

Q.3. Which word is the odd man out?

  1. Insignificant
  2. Trivial
  3. Important
  4. Unimportant

Answer: 3. Important

Q.4. Another term for reinforcement is:

  1. Stimulus
  2. Response
  3. Condition
  4. Reward

Answer: 4. Reward

Q.5. Kinky hairs are characteristics of

  1. Europeans
  2. Negroids
  3. Caucasians
  4. Mongloids

Answer: 2. Negroids

Q.6. Look at this series: 12, 11, 13, 12, 14, 13, … What number should come next?

  1. 13
  2. 15
  3. 16
  4. 10

Answer: 2. 15

Q.7. The word “Psychology’ comes from:

  1. Greek
  2. Italian
  3. Latin
  4. Spanish

Answer: 1. Greek

Q.8. Section 46, IEA deals with

  1. Opinion of experts
  2. Opinion as to handwriting, when relevant
  3. Opinion as to digital signature when relevant
  4. Facts bearing upon opinions of experts

Answer: 4. Facts bearing upon opinions of experts

Q.9. Open prisons are _____

  1. Prison without bars
  2. Minimum security prisons
  3. Open camps
  4. All of these

Answer: 2. Minimum Security Prisons

Q.10. Which one is most suitable to define criminal behavior?

  1. It may be against a person.
  2. It may be punishable under a law.
  3. It may be against an established law.
  4. It may be against the society.

Answer: 2. It may be punishable under a law

Q.11. The theory of reforming the offender is called ——- theory

  1. Deterrent
  2. Rehabilitation
  3. Retributive
  4. None of these

Answer: 2. Rehabilitation

Q.12. Which discipline does not fall under the umbrella of forensic science?

  1. Cryptology
  2. Anthropology
  3. Pathology
  4. Entomology

Answer: 1. Cryptology

Q.13. Encoding information by its meaning to us

  1. Iconic
  2. Semantic
  3. Chunking
  4. Echoic

Answer: 2. Semantic

Q.14. Section 162 of the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973 is for the protection of _

  1. Witnesses
  2. Accused
  3. Magistrate
  4. Police officer

Answer: 2. Accused

Q.15. According to Freud, the id is to the ________ principle as the ego is to the ________principle.

  1. Pleasure, Reality
  2. Sexual, Aggressive
  3. Aggressive, Sexual
  4. Reality, Pleasure

Answer: 1. Pleasure, Reality

Q.16. The founder of Anthropometry was:

  1. Bertillon
  2. Galton
  3. Locard
  4. Henry

Answer: 1. Bertillon

Q.17. A witness unable to speak is called

  1. Hostile witness
  2. Dumb witness
  3. Deaf witness
  4. Reliable witness

Answer: 2. Dumb Witness

Q.18. The Supreme Court of India is the highest court constituted by

  1. The president
  2. None of these
  3. The constitution
  4. The parliament

Answer: 3. The Constitution

Q.19. Which word does NOT belong with the others?

  1. Book
  2. Glossary
  3. Chapter
  4. Index

Answer: 1. Book

Q.20. Which of the following are the types of terrorism?

  1. Narco Terrorism
  2. Cyber Terrorism
  3. Nuclear Terrorism
  4. All of these

Answer: 4. All of these

Q.21. Why is it important to maintain a chain of custody of evidence?

  1. To ensure the quality of evidences
  2. So that evidence cannot get misplaced
  3. To protect the evidences from tempering
  4. None of these

Answer: 3. To protect the evidences from tempering

Q.22. Different people react differently to the same situation. This is referred to as:

  1. Individual differences
  2. Nativism
  3. Multiple determinants
  4. The Simpson effect

Answer: 1. Individual Differences

Q.23. Leaving a blood sample from a crime scene out on the workbench for the weekend unattended is…

  1. Unprofessional and unethical
  2. Unethical, but not unprofessional
  3. Unprofessional, but not unethical
  4. Neither unethical nor unprofessional

Answer: 1. Unprofessional and Unethical

Q.24. Which word does NOT belong with the others?

  1. Car
  2. Tyre
  3. Engine
  4. Steering wheel

Answer: 4. Steering Wheel

Q.25. Watson and Skinner both contributed to which school of psychology?

  1. Social-cultural
  2. Behaviourism
  3. Functionalism
  4. Cognitive

Answer: 2. Behaviourism

Q.26. The branch of Psychology which is related with diagnosis and treatment of mental disease:

  1. Applied Psychology
  2. Comparative Psychology
  3. Clinical Psychology
  4. Educational Psychology

Answer: 3. Clinical Psychology

Q.27. What is Rorschach’s projective test designed to measure?

  1. Conscious desires.
  2. Brain size.
  3. Dreams.
  4. Unconscious intentions.

Answer: 4. Unconscious Intentions

Q.28. CUP : LIP :: BIRD : ?

  1. BUSH
  2. GRASS
  3. BEAK

Answer: 2. GRASS

Q.29. All sketches should include the following information:

  1. Case no.
  2. Name of sketch
  3. File no.
  4. All these

Answer: 4. All These

Q.30. According to Freud, the mind’s three components are:

  1. oral, anal, phallic
  2. primary, secondary, tertiary
  3. unconscious, moral, immoral
  4. ego, id, superego

Answer: 4. ego, id, superego

Q.31. Penology owes its origin to

  1. Garofalo
  2. Cesare beccaria
  3. Bonger
  4. Eenrici ferri

Answer: 2. Cesare Beccaria

Q.32.The word Penology is derived from the Latin word ­­­­_______ meaning ‘punishment’:

  1. Penea
  2. Poena
  3. Penal
  4. Penalogia

Answer: 2. Poena

Q.33. The word Psychology is derived from words

  1. Psycho and logos
  2. Psyche and logos
  3. Psyche and logus
  4. Psycho and logus

Answer: 2. Psyche and Logos

Q.34. Humanistic psychologists embraced the idea of:

  1. ID
  2. Repression
  3. Unconscious drives
  4. Free will

Answer: 4. Free will

Q.35. Our memory for skills, such as riding a bike

  1. Iconic memory
  2. Explicit memory
  3. Echoic memory
  4. Implicit memory

Answer: 4. Implicit Memory

Q.36. When evidence can be associated only with a group and never with a single source, that evidence is said to possess:

  1. Class characteristics
  2. Group categories
  3. Group characteristics
  4. Class categories

Answer: 2. Group Categories

Q.37. According to Smith and Pollack what is considered sinful behavior is often regulated by

  1. Criminal justice
  2. Religious clergy
  3. The government
  4. Citizens

Answer: 2. Religious Clergy

Q.38. Who is famous Psycholinguist

  1. Noam Chomsky
  2. Gardner
  3. Simon
  4. Alan Newell

Answer: 1. Noam Chomsky

Q.39. The study of IDEAL human behavior and the principles which guide that behavior:

  1. Ethics
  2. Code of conduct
  3. Morals
  4. Values

Answer: 1. Ethics

Q.40. The idea that you can assess someone’s personality by studying their face is called:

  1. Physiognomy
  2. Somatology
  3. Phrenology
  4. Physiology

Answer: 1. Physiognomy

Q.41. Refractive index is the measure of:

  1. Refraction
  2. Diffraction
  3. None of these
  4. Reflection

Answer: 1. Refraction

Q.42. Forensic scientist exempted from appearing in the court of law under section:

  1. 293, CRPC
  2. 302, IPC
  3. 92, IPC
  4. 72, IEA

Answer: 1. 293, CrPC

Q.43. The Greek philosopher ______ believed that knowledge is acquired through experience and learning.

  1. Aristotle
  2. Rousseau
  3. Plato
  4. Archimedes

Answer: 1. Aristotle

Q.44. For the application of section 300 of the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973 it is not necessary:

  1. For the second trial to be for the same offence
  2. For the previous proceedings to have been for an offence
  3. For the accused to be acquitted in the previous trial
  4. That there must have been a previous trial of the accused

Answer: 3. For the accused to be acquitted in the previous trial

Q.45. Rh factor was discovered by

  1. De Cadello and Sterli
  2. Karl Landsteiner
  3. Mendel
  4. De Vries

Answer: 2. Karl Landsteiner

Q.46. The term “Criminology” is derived from the combination of two Latin words :

  1. Crime and logistics
  2. Crimen and logia
  3. Criminal and Science
  4. None of these

Answer: 2. Crimen and logia

Q.47. Besides the High Courts, in every State, what are some other classes of Criminal Courts?

  1. Judicial magistrates of the second class and executive magistrates
  2. Courts of session
  3. Judicial magistrates of the first class / metropolitan magistrates
  4. All these

Answer: 4. All These

Q.48. Forgetting that occurs when previously stored material interferes with the ability to remember similar, more recently learned material is _____________

  1. Replacement
  2. Retroactive Interference
  3. Amnesia
  4. Proactive Interference

Answer: 4. Proactive Interference

Q.49. Which of the following is the final destination for much of the brain’s information about emotion before action is taken:

  1. Hypothalamus
  2. Pre-frontal cortex
  3. Amygdala
  4. Anterior cingulated cortex

Answer: 2. Pre-Frontal Cortex

Q.50. Agarose is made up by the polymerization of

  1. Starch
  2. Agarobiose
  3. Sodium acetate
  4. Agar

Answer: 3. Sodium Acetate

Section II: Forensic Psychology

Q.51. Aphasia is disorder of _____________

  1. Memory
  2. Thought
  3. Speech
  4. Writing

Answer: 3. Speech

Q.52. The Biopsychosocial framework model would indicate that criminal behaviour is influenced by

  1. Genetic factors
  2. Mental factors
  3. Environmental factors
  4. All of these

Answer: 4. All of These

Q.53. What does we do when we receive evidences in lab?

  1. Receive evidence
  2. Receive evidence and check for signs of tempering
  3. Check any signs of opening on evidence packet
  4. Store in Lab

Answer: 2. Receive evidence and check for signs of tempering

Q.54. During this time period, victims were the focus of the justice system.

  1. Dark Ages
  2. Industrial Revolution
  3. Middle Ages
  4. Modern Times

Answer: 3. Middle Ages

Q.55. Psychological evidences are admissible in court as:

  1. Corroborative evidences
  2. Real evidences
  3. Direct evidences
  4. Primary evidences

Answer: 1. Corroborative Evidences

Q.56. The method of science requires that independent observers must:

  1. State a hypothesis in a form that can be tested
  2. Verify data.
  3. Derive a hypothesis from theory
  4. All of these

Answer:  4. All of These

Q.57. Eyewitness testimony relies on which information?

  1. Attention and storing
  2. Storing and memorizing
  3. Memorizing and recalling
  4. Storing and recalling

Answer: 4. Storing and recalling

Q.58. Systematic Desensitization is also known as ___________

  1. Assertiveness training
  2. Exposure and response prevention
  3. Counter conditioning
  4. Classical conditioning

Answer: 3. Counter Conditioning

Q.59. The total number of bones in the human skeleton in an adult is

  1. 308
  2. 408
  3. 508
  4. 208

Answer: 4. 208

Q.60. A study of human behavior in organizational settings is:

  1. Individual behavior
  2. Group behavior
  3. Organizational behavior
  4. None of these

Answer: 3. Organizational Behavior

Q.61. Which of the following is one reason given that more women than men are treated for psychological problems?

  1. As a result of cultural norms, women may be more willing to admit distress.
  2. Women are subject to greater stress than men.
  3. Some forms of mental disorders are sex-linked recessive.
  4. Developmental tasks required of women are far more difficult than those required of men.

Answer: 1. As a result of cultural norms, women may be more willing to admit distress

Q.62. According to Sternberg, the ability to analyze and evaluate ideas, solve problems, and make decisions is best described as

  1. Practical intelligence.
  2. Logical intelligence.
  3. Analytical intelligence.
  4. Essential intelligence.

Answer: 2. Logical Intelligence

Q.63. Which of the following factors make it easy to identify a serial killer

  1. Greater resources spent on profiling
  2. Technological advancements in DNA tracing
  3. Their portrait
  4. Both B&C

Answer: ???

Q.64. Radicalization is :

  1. An education for positive social change.
  2. A law enforcement activity.
  3. A social community development program.
  4. A poison for social harmony.

Answer: 4. A Poison for social harmony

Q.65. Mc Naughten’s rule is for

  1. Civil responsibility of insane
  2. Civil responsibility of sane
  3. Criminal responsibility of sane
  4. Criminal responsibility of insane

Answer: 4. Criminal responsibility of insane

Q.66. Which of the following explains the typical intelligence–creativity relationship?

  1. Linear negative relationship
  2. U-shaped relationship
  3. Inverted U-shaped relationship
  4. None of these

Answer: 4. None of These

Q.67. National crime records bureau of India founded in year

  1. 2006
  2. 1976
  3. 1986
  4. 1996

Answer: 3. 1986

Q.68. Who among the following gave the theory of moral development?

  1. Lawrence Kohlberg
  2. Jean Piaget
  3. Julian Rotter
  4. Martin Seligman

Answer: 1. Lawrence Kohlberg

Q.69. How many members are there in the Child Welfare Committee, including the Chairman?

  1. 5
  2. 6
  3. 4
  4. 3

Answer: 1. 5

Q.70. Arrange the words given below in a meaningful sequence

  1. Presentation
  2. Recommendation
  3. Arrival
  4. Discussion
  5. Introduction

Choose the right answer from one of the following:

  1. 5, 3, 1, 2, 4
  2. 3, 5, 4, 2, 1
  3. 3, 5, 1, 4, 2
  4. 5, 3, 4, 1, 2

Answer: 3. 3,5,1,4,2

Q.71. Which is the primary chemical component found in Cannabis?

  1. Codeine
  2. Nicotine
  3. Caffeine
  4. Delta 9-THC

Answer: 4. Delta 9-THC

Q.72. When analyzing a past president to describe his personality by coding letters or speeches he has written, you are using a process called:

  1. Implicit Personality Theory
  2. Content analysis
  3. Big Five
  4. Personality assumptions

Answer: 2. Content Analysis

Q.73. First edition of DSM was published in __________

  1. 1999
  2. 1926
  3. 1896
  4. 1952

Answer: 4. 1952

Q.74. A criminal profile may be best described as

  1. The overall IQ score of a criminal when assessed on an MMPI test
  2. None of these
  3. An overall ‘portrait or picture’ of a likely offender
  4. The emotional intelligence of the offender

Answer: 3. An overall ‘portrait or picture’ of a likely offender

Q.75. A Psychopathic personality type tends to be evident when

  1. A person has empathy but cannot control his/her urges to offend
  2. A person has not been adequately supported in their views about life
  3. A person shows little or no remorse for their actions
  4. A person suffers from depression and Anxiety

Answer: 3. A person shows little or no remorse for their actions

Q.76. The first Polygraph Division in India was established in

  1. 1983
  2. 1973
  3. 1963
  4. 1993

Answer: 2. 1973

Q.77. Who was the first person to study emotions and how it could be related to facial expressions?

  1. John Bowlby
  2. Paul Ekman
  3. Haggard and Issacs
  4. John A Larson

Answer: 2. Paul Ekman

Q.78. Suicidal ideation is one of the core characteristics of which pathological condition?

  1. Depression
  2. Hypomania
  3. Premature Ejaculation
  4. Amnesia

Answer: 1. Depression

Q.79. Probation is

  1. Determinate sentencing
  2. Custodial sentencing
  3. Suspended sentencing
  4. Indeterminate sentencing

Answer: 3. Suspended Sentencing

Q.80. Who coined the term “Victimology”?

  1. Benjamin Mendelsohn
  2. Stephen Schaefer
  3. Marvin Wolfgang
  4. Hans von Hentig

Answer: 1. Benjamin Mendelsohn

Q.81. Cognitive Dissonance Theory was given by:

  1. Karl Marx
  2. Emile Durkheim
  3. Festinger
  4. Martin Seligman

Answer: 3. Festinger

Q.82. Trait Approach of Personality

  1. Eysneck
  2. Allport
  3. B.F.Skinner
  4. Freud

Answer: 2. Allport

Q.83. Who is known as self-proclaimed father of polygraph machine?

  1. William Marston
  2. Vittorio Benussi
  3. James Mackenzie
  4. Cesare Lombroso

Answer: 1. William Marston

Q.84. What does QA and QC stand for?

  1. Quality Assurance and Quality control
  2. Quality Adjustment and Quality completion
  3. Quality Assurance and Queuing Control
  4. Quality Adjustment and Queuing control

Answer: 1. Quality Assurance and Quality Control

Q.85. Important indicators of learning disabilities among students are:

  1. Articulation error, comprehension error, impaired vision.
  2. Word recognition error, Articulation errors, low mental ability
  3. Poor reading habit, word recognition error, comprehension errors.
  4. Low mental ability, impaired vision, word recognition error.

Answer: 3. Poor reading habit, word recognition error, comprehension errors

Q.86. The junction between two neurons communicate is called

  1. Nucleus
  2. Synapse
  3. Cell
  4. Neurotransmitter

Answer: 2. Synapse

Q.87. A negative response to an inactive treatment is called-

  1. Withdrawal
  2. Placebo effect
  3. Nocebo effect
  4. Residue effect

Answer: 3. Nocebo Effect

Q.88. Which of the following is NOT measured by sensors of polygraph test?

  1. Perspiration
  2. Breathing rate
  3. Heart rate
  4. Rate of speech

Answer: 4. Rate of Speech

Q.89. The highest punishment given in India is

  1. Capital punishment,
  2. Life imprisonment,
  3. Heavy fine
  4. Amputation

Answer: 1. Capital Punishment

Q.90. Which part of the brain gets activated when we lie?

  1. Anterior Cingulate Cortex
  2. Limbic system
  3. Frontal Lobe
  4. Temporal Lobe

Answer: 4. Temporal Lobe

Q.91. Which of the following are not anxiety and stress related disorders of DSM?

  1. Schizophrenia
  2. Agoraphobia
  3. Panic Disorder
  4. Obsessive Compulsive Disorder

Answer: 1. Schizophrenia

Q.92. According to Freud, criminal is a

  1. Socio-path person
  2. Psychopathic person
  3. Mental patient
  4. Who breaks the Law

Answer: 2. Psychopathic Person

Q.93. Retention of factual information is called

  1. Dementia
  2. Semantic Memory
  3. Episodic Memory
  4. Amnesia

Answer: 2. Semantic Memory

Q.94. P300 is generated during random presentation of different stimulus along with frequent repeated presentation of same stimuli in case

  1. Narco analysis
  2. Lie Detection
  3. DNA fingerprinting
  4. Brain fingerprinting

Answer: 4. Brain Fingerprinting

Q.95. Starke Hathaway and J.C. McKinley developed which of the following test?

  1. Draw A person test
  2. Minnesota Multiphasic Personality test
  3. Thematic Apperception Test
  4. Inkblot test

Answer: 2. Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Test

Q.96. The term ‘victimology’ means

  1. The interactions between victims and the criminal justice system
  2. The psychological effects of being a victim
  3. Feeling that a person is ‘owed’ something for being a victim
  4. Both 1&2

Answer:4.  Both 1 & 2

Explanation: Victimology is the study of crime victims. It’s a subset of criminology, the study of crime. People who study victimology, or victimization, examine the psychological effects of crimes on the victims, the interactions between victims and the criminal justice system and the relationships between victims and offenders. Modern theories of victimology try to explain why some are more likely than other to become victims of a crime.


Q.97. Which Word does NOT belong with the others?

  1. Inch
  2. Yard
  3. Ounce
  4. Centimeter

Answer: 3. Ounce

Q.98. Emotional feelings are dependent on physiological responses.

  1. Cognitive Labeling Theory
  2. Schachter -Singer Theory
  3. Cannon- Bard theory
  4. James-Lange Theory

Answer: 4. James-Lange Theory

Q.99. Which is a critical skill/training that a forensic psychologist should have before giving eyewitness testimony?

  1. Assessment skills
  2. Communication skills
  3. Training in completing evaluations in legal settings
  4. All of these

Answer: 4. All of These

Q.100. Central nervous system consists of which of the following

  1. Brain and spinal cord
  2. Brain, Spinal Cord and Autonomic Nervous System
  3. Brain
  4. Spinal cord and Autonomic Nervous System

Answer: 1. Brain and Spinal Cord

Q.101. When did insanity become admissible in a court of law?

  1. 1900s
  2. 1500s
  3. 1800s
  4. 1700s.

Answer: 1700s

Q.102. Who among the following is connected to critical criminology

  1. EH Sutherland
  2. RE Park
  3. William Chmbliss
  4. Cloward

Answer: 1. EH Sutherland

Q.103. Human trafficking is form of

  1. Organized crime
  2. Hate crime
  3. Property crime
  4. Violent crime

Answer: 1. Organized Crime

Q.104. For hardening of plaster of paris cast of foot prints, following substance is added:

  1. Sodium sulphate
  2. Sodium chloride
  3. Talcum powder
  4. Sodium carbonate

Answer: 4. Sodium Carbonate

Q.105. What is the first step of Quality Assurance

  1. Servicing
  2. Identification of customer need
  3. Material control
  4. Development of standards

Answer: 2. Identification of customer need

Q.106. While conducting a polygraph test what type of environment should be maintained for a subject?

  1. Silent environment
  2. Peaceful and relaxing environment
  3. Noisy environment
  4. 1&2

Answer: 4. 1 & 2

Q.107. Which of the following instrument is used to identify the organic drugs?

  1. Atomic absorption spectrophotometzer
  2. Automatic blood analyzer
  3. Infra-red spectrophotometer
  4. Polymerase chain reaction

Answer: 3. Infra-red spectrophotometer

Q.108. The following is a sign of forgery:

  1. Connecting strokes
  2. Pen lifts
  3. Retouching
  4. All of these

Answer: 4. All of These

Q.109. Cadaveric spasm indicates

  1. Rear form of Muscular stillening that occurs at the moment of death
  2. Suicide
  3. Mental Disorder
  4. Homicide

Answer: 1. Rear form of Muscular stillening that occurs at the moment of death

Q.110. How to pack electronic evidence?

  1. By packing in a plastic box
  2. By bubble wrapping the evidence
  3. By packing in faraday cage
  4. By packing in a steel box

Answer: 3. By Packing in Faraday Cage

Q.111. Which type of powder material is used in the development of fingerprints?

  1. Turmeric powder
  2. Black and white powder
  3. Sand
  4. Chili Powder

Answer: 2. Black and White Powder

Q.112. The Prisoners’ Dilemma is an example of:

  1. The opposite of a social dilemma
  2. Solution to a social dilemma
  3. Free riding
  4. Social dilemma

Answer: 4. Social Dilemma

Q.113. A cognitive miser is a person who:

  1. Uses little effort in making judgments about other people
  2. Is good at disguising thoughts from other people
  3. Gives little time to thinking about personal matters
  4. Hoards good ideas that should be shared with others

Answer: 1. Uses little effort in making judgments about other people

Q.114. Which drug is administered in Narco-analysis test?

  1. Hyoscine Hydrobromide
  2. Sodium Pentothal
  3. Sodium Amytal
  4. Both 2 and 3

Answer: 4. Both 2 & 3

Explanation:  This test involves the intravenous administration of a drug (such as sodium pentothal, scopolamine and sodium amytal) that causes the subject to enter into various stages of anaesthesia.

Q.115. __________________refers to a positive, comfortable relationship between interviewer and client.

  1. Rapport
  2. Positive self-regard
  3. Positive reinforcement
  4. Informed consent

Answer: 1. Rapport

Q.116. Children learn to add new words through a process called:

  1. Inspiration
  2. New mapping
  3. Fast mapping
  4. Extensions

Answer: 3. Fast Mapping

Q.117. Polarizing microscope is used for the analysis of:

  1. Documents
  2. Folds
  3. Cement
  4. Glass Fragments

Answer: 3. Cement

Q.118. The stages of Memory Includes

  1. Retrieval
  2. Encoding
  3. Storage
  4. All of these

Answer: 4. All of These

Q.119. Guilty knowledge test goes by another name

  1. Comparison question test
  2. Zone Comparison test
  3. Concealed information test
  4. Control question test

Answer: 3. Concealed information test

Q.120. How to collect projectile and cartridge cases from a firearm crime scene?

  1. with the help of forceps
  2. None of these
  3. with the help of hand
  4. with the help of rubber forceps

Answer: 4. With the help of rubber forceps.

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