Definition of test paper in English:

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1A paper set to test the knowledge of a student, especially in preparation for an examination.
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  • She said she could not wait for the November examination because the test paper would be based on a new syllabus.
  • The teacher handed out the tests, faced down and waited until every student had a test paper.
  • Next came six weeks of subject tutoring by a recent Oxford graduate with experience of the type of questions that might come up in the interview or on the test paper the university uses.
2 Chemistry A paper impregnated with an indicator which changes colour under known conditions, used especially to test for acidity.
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  • Mortality with 4 per cent DDT impregnated test papers was 17.5 per cent.
  • When using the test paper, first add a few drops of hydrochloric acid to the solution to be tested.
  • In acid solution, oxidizing agents react with the iodide in the test paper to liberate iodine.

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