WBPGMAT 2011: Recalled Questions 61-70

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Alright, bonus set of questions: I know I had said that I was going to post 60 questions in groups of 10 each, but while doing this significantly large amount of type work, I remembered clues and cues and managed to unearth several more questions. 10 of which go into this final post on recalled questions of the WBPGMAT 2011.

For previous sets of questions, check out these links!

Q. 1 – 10

Q. 11 – 20

Q. 21 – 30

Q. 31 – 40

Q. 41 – 50

Q. 51- 60

61. Which of the following conducts electrical impulses the most rapidly? [Physiology]

a. Internodal tracts

b. AV Node

c. Purkinje fibers

d. Ventricular muscles

62. Which of the following will be seen in the blood film of a patient suffering from disseminated intravascular coagulation? [Pathology]

a. Schistocytes

b. Spherocytes

c. Macrocytes

d. ?Microcytes

63. A reticulocyte count >10% will be seen in all of the following except: [Pathology]

a. Acute hemorrhage

b. Thallassemia

c. Immune Hemolytic anemia

d. ? Rh Incompatibility

64. High anion gap metabolic acidosis is seen in all of these except: [Medicine]

a. Lactic acidosis

b. Diabetic Ketoacidosis

c. Diarrhea

d. ?

65. Quinsy means the collection of pus in [ENT]

a. Peritonsillar space

b. Tonsils

c. Parapharyngeal space

d. Retropharingeal space

66. Triangle of Killian’s (dehiscence) is located between [ENT]

a. Superior and middle pharyngeal constrictors

b. Middle and inferior pharyngeal constrictors

c. Cricopharyngeus and Thyropharyngeus

d. ?

67. Subperiosteal cortical bone resorption of the fingers seen on radiographs is characteristic of: [Radiology]

a. Nutritional osteomalacia

b. Hyperparathyroidism

c. Rickets

d. Nutritional scurvy

68. Frog’s Hand deformity is seen in: [Medicine]

a. Ulnar nerve palsy

b. Radial nerve palsy

c. Wet burns of the hands

d. Deep palmar abscess

69. Analysis of which of the following ions in the vitreous humor is instrumental in the determination of time since death? [Forensic Medicine and Toxicology]

a. Sodium

b. Potassium

c. Calcium

d. ?Bicarbonate

70. Which of the following is the commonest sexually transmitted infection in females? [Microbiology]

a. HIV

b. HBV

c. HSV

d. HPV

That’s it folks, for this exam, this time around! Hope I never have to write posts like these ever again! Wish me luck mates! 😉

Skeptic Oslerphile, Scientist at the Indian Council of Medical Research, National Institute of Cholera and Enteric Diseases. Interests include: Emerging Infections, Public Health, Antimicrobial Resistance, One Health and Zoonoses, Diarrheal Diseases, Medical Education, Medical History, Open Access, Healthcare Social Media and Health2.0. Opinions are my own!


  1. Good luck – but I have NOT A FREAKING clue as to what any of the answers are!

    Hope you pass – what ever this all is – and if I ever have you as a doctor you better be DA’ Bomb!

    • Thanks. 🙂 I posted these because I happened to recall these questions and figured a lot of people who took (or plan to take) the exam would want to look for an authentic source for the exam questions: and who could be more authentic than someone who took the exam and remembered the questions?

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