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 Question 1 of 100
1. Question
1 pointsCategory: AptitudeSum of four numbers a, b, c and d is 64. If 3 added to a, 3 subtracted from b, 3 multiplied in c and d is divided by 3 then all four number become equal. Then what is the sum of smallest and largest number?
CorrectExp : a + b +c +d =64 ….(i)
b = a + 6 ……(ii)
c = (a + 3)/3 …..(ii)
d = 3 ( a+ 3 ) …… (iii)IncorrectExp : a + b +c +d =64 ….(i)
b = a + 6 ……(ii)
c = (a + 3)/3 …..(ii)
d = 3 ( a+ 3 ) …… (iii)UnattemptedExp : a + b +c +d =64 ….(i)
b = a + 6 ……(ii)
c = (a + 3)/3 …..(ii)
d = 3 ( a+ 3 ) …… (iii)  Question 2 of 100
2. Question
1 pointsCategory: AptitudeIn how many different way, the word “Hooking” can be written?
CorrectExp : 7! / 2!
IncorrectExp : 7! / 2!
UnattemptedExp : 7! / 2!
 Question 3 of 100
3. Question
1 pointsCategory: AptitudeThere are 8 men and 10 women and you need to form a committee of 5 men and 6 women. In how many ways can the committee be formed?
CorrectExp : ^{8}C_{5} x ^{10}C_{6}
IncorrectExp : ^{8}C_{5} x ^{10}C_{6}
UnattemptedExp : ^{8}C_{5} x ^{10}C_{6}
 Question 4 of 100
4. Question
1 pointsCategory: AptitudeThree unbiased coins are tossed. What is the probability of getting at most two heads?
CorrectExp : P(E) = n(E)/n(S)
IncorrectExp : P(E) = n(E)/n(S)
UnattemptedExp : P(E) = n(E)/n(S)
 Question 5 of 100
5. Question
1 pointsCategory: AptitudeIn a lottery, there are 10 prizes and 25 blanks. A lottery is drawn at random. What is the probability of getting a prize?
CorrectIncorrectUnattempted  Question 6 of 100
6. Question
1 pointsCategory: AptitudeQ 6 – 10 : Read the table carefully and give answer
Marks obtained by students in five subject ( MM 100)
Math History English Geography Computer Sohan 46 42 35 35 35 Rohan 65 59 45 24 48 Pradeep 83 68 65 69 96 Deepak 39 81 85 58 48 Sumit 30 35 32 67 60 Question: What is the difference between the History and Geography marks of Pradeep to the English and Math marks of Rohan?
CorrectIncorrectUnattempted  Question 7 of 100
7. Question
1 pointsCategory: AptitudeMarks obtained by students in five subject ( MM 100)
Math History English Geography Computer Sohan 46 42 35 35 35 Rohan 65 59 45 24 48 Pradeep 83 68 65 69 96 Deepak 39 81 85 58 48 Sumit 30 35 32 67 60 Question: If a candidate need minimum 50% to pass the examination then how many candidates are not fail?
CorrectIncorrectUnattempted  Question 8 of 100
8. Question
1 pointsCategory: AptitudeMarks obtained by students in five subject ( MM 100)
Math History English Geography Computer Sohan 46 42 35 35 35 Rohan 65 59 45 24 48 Pradeep 83 68 65 69 96 Deepak 39 81 85 58 48 Sumit 30 35 32 67 60 Question: Who scored maximum percentage of marks?
CorrectIncorrectUnattempted  Question 9 of 100
9. Question
1 pointsCategory: AptitudeMarks obtained by students in five subject ( MM 100)
Math History English Geography Computer Sohan 46 42 35 35 35 Rohan 65 59 45 24 48 Pradeep 83 68 65 69 96 Deepak 39 81 85 58 48 Sumit 30 35 32 67 60 Question: Who scored maximum marks in computer and geography?
CorrectIncorrectUnattempted  Question 10 of 100
10. Question
1 pointsCategory: AptitudeMarks obtained by students in five subject ( MM 100)
Math History English Geography Computer Sohan 46 42 35 35 35 Rohan 65 59 45 24 48 Pradeep 83 68 65 69 96 Deepak 39 81 85 58 48 Sumit 30 35 32 67 60 Question: Who is second lowest in the class ?
CorrectIncorrectUnattempted  Question 11 of 100
11. Question
1 pointsCategory: AptitudeQ 11 – 15 : Each of the questions given below consists of a statement and / or a question and two statements numbered I and II given below it. You have to decide whether the data provided in the statement(s) is / are sufficient to answer the given question.
Statement: What is the speed of Bus A, in KM/Hour?
I. The length of Bus A is double to the length of Bus B and speed of Bus B is 50 KM/ Hour.
II. Bus A, Crosses Bus B in 5 seconds. Bus B’s length is 10 M.CorrectExp: Direction of Busses is not given. It is important to solve the question.
IncorrectExp: Direction of Busses is not given. It is important to solve the question.
UnattemptedExp: Direction of Busses is not given. It is important to solve the question.
 Question 12 of 100
12. Question
1 pointsCategory: AptitudeStatement : What is the twodigit number?
I.The difference between the two digits is 9.
II.The sum of the digits is equal to the difference between the two digits.
CorrectExp : Let Two digit number is AB.
So A – B = 9 ……. (i)
A + B = A – B……(ii)
So A + B = 9
Now after solving we get A = 9 and B = 0 and number is 90.IncorrectExp : Let Two digit number is AB.
So A – B = 9 ……. (i)
A + B = A – B……(ii)
So A + B = 9
Now after solving we get A = 9 and B = 0 and number is 90.UnattemptedExp : Let Two digit number is AB.
So A – B = 9 ……. (i)
A + B = A – B……(ii)
So A + B = 9
Now after solving we get A = 9 and B = 0 and number is 90.  Question 13 of 100
13. Question
1 pointsCategory: AptitudeStatement : Rs 1800 divided between A, B, C and D. What is the part of D?
I. D gets 20 more from the average.
II. A, B and C equally get 860 more than D.CorrectExp:
I.First take average by dividing 4 then add 20.
II. A + B +C + D = 1800 è While A+B+C=B+860. Now solve itIncorrectExp:
I.First take average by dividing 4 then add 20.
II. A + B +C + D = 1800 è While A+B+C=B+860. Now solve itUnattemptedExp:
I.First take average by dividing 4 then add 20.
II. A + B +C + D = 1800 è While A+B+C=B+860. Now solve it  Question 14 of 100
14. Question
1 pointsCategory: AptitudeStatement : What is the value of x?
 the square of x is 36
 x(x6) = 0
CorrectIncorrectUnattempted  Question 15 of 100
15. Question
1 pointsCategory: AptitudeStatement: The Integer X is Odd or Even
I. X^{2} is Odd
II. 2X is evenCorrectExp : The square of all number is not always Odd. But if multiplication with 2 makes every number even.
IncorrectExp : The square of all number is not always Odd. But if multiplication with 2 makes every number even.
UnattemptedExp : The square of all number is not always Odd. But if multiplication with 2 makes every number even.
 Question 16 of 100
16. Question
1 pointsCategory: AptitudeQ 16 – 20 : Read the pie chart carefully and give the answer of following questions
What is the difference between the sum of employee in year 2014 of Grade B and C to the sum of employee in year 2015 of grade G and C?
CorrectIncorrectUnattempted  Question 17 of 100
17. Question
1 pointsCategory: AptitudeWhat is the ratio between the G grade employee of year 2014 to the A grade employee of year 2015?
CorrectIncorrectUnattempted  Question 18 of 100
18. Question
1 pointsCategory: AptitudeWhat is the difference between the number of Grade D employee in both years?
CorrectIncorrectUnattempted  Question 19 of 100
19. Question
1 pointsCategory: AptitudeWhat is the total number of E grade employee in both years?
CorrectIncorrectUnattempted  Question 20 of 100
20. Question
1 pointsCategory: AptitudeBy how much percent the grade F employee increased or decreased in year 2015 as compared to the year 2014?
CorrectIncorrectUnattempted  Question 21 of 100
21. Question
1 pointsCategory: AptitudeA cistern can be filled by filled by a tap in 4 hours while it can be emptied by another tap in 9 hours. If both the taps are opened simultaneously, then after how much time will the cistern get filled?
CorrectExp : Net part filled in 1 hour = (1/41/9) = 5/36.
The cistern will be filled in 36/5 hrs i.e., 7.2 hrs.
IncorrectExp : Net part filled in 1 hour = (1/41/9) = 5/36.
The cistern will be filled in 36/5 hrs i.e., 7.2 hrs.
UnattemptedExp : Net part filled in 1 hour = (1/41/9) = 5/36.
The cistern will be filled in 36/5 hrs i.e., 7.2 hrs.
 Question 22 of 100
22. Question
1 pointsCategory: AptitudeA pump can fill a tank with water in 2 hours. Because of a leak, it took 7/3 hours to fill the tank. The leak can drain all the water of the tank in :
CorrectExp : Work done by the leak in 1 hour = (1/23/7) = 1/14.
Leak will empty the tank in 14 hrs.
IncorrectExp : Work done by the leak in 1 hour = (1/23/7) = 1/14.
Leak will empty the tank in 14 hrs.
UnattemptedExp : Work done by the leak in 1 hour = (1/23/7) = 1/14.
Leak will empty the tank in 14 hrs.
 Question 23 of 100
23. Question
1 pointsCategory: AptitudeA is 2 years older than B who is twice as old as C. If the total of the ages of A, B, & C be 27, then how old is B?
CorrectExp : Let C’s age be x years, then B’s age is 2x years, A’s age (2x+2) years then,
(2x+2)+2x+x = 27
5x= 25
x = 5
Hence, B’s age is 2x – 2×5= 10 years
IncorrectExp : Let C’s age be x years, then B’s age is 2x years, A’s age (2x+2) years then,
(2x+2)+2x+x = 27
5x= 25
x = 5
Hence, B’s age is 2x – 2×5= 10 years
UnattemptedExp : Let C’s age be x years, then B’s age is 2x years, A’s age (2x+2) years then,
(2x+2)+2x+x = 27
5x= 25
x = 5
Hence, B’s age is 2x – 2×5= 10 years
 Question 24 of 100
24. Question
1 pointsCategory: AptitudeSachin is younger than Rahul by 7 years, if their ages are in the respective ratio of 7:9, how old is Sachin?
CorrectExp: Let Rahul’s age be x years then Sachin’s age (x7) years So,
(x7)/x = 7/9
9x63 = 7x
2x = 63
x = 31.5
Hence Sachin’s age (x7) = 31.57 = 24.5 years
IncorrectExp: Let Rahul’s age be x years then Sachin’s age (x7) years So,
(x7)/x = 7/9
9x63 = 7x
2x = 63
x = 31.5
Hence Sachin’s age (x7) = 31.57 = 24.5 years
UnattemptedExp: Let Rahul’s age be x years then Sachin’s age (x7) years So,
(x7)/x = 7/9
9x63 = 7x
2x = 63
x = 31.5
Hence Sachin’s age (x7) = 31.57 = 24.5 years
 Question 25 of 100
25. Question
1 pointsCategory: AptitudeA batsman scored 110 runs which included 3 boundaries and 8 sixes. What percent of his total score did he make by running between the wickets?
CorrectExp: Numbers of runs made by running = 110(3 × 4 + 8 × 6) = 50.
Required percentage = (50/110 × 100) % = 500/11.
IncorrectExp: Numbers of runs made by running = 110(3 × 4 + 8 × 6) = 50.
Required percentage = (50/110 × 100) % = 500/11.
UnattemptedExp: Numbers of runs made by running = 110(3 × 4 + 8 × 6) = 50.
Required percentage = (50/110 × 100) % = 500/11.
 Question 26 of 100
26. Question
1 pointsCategory: AptitudeAt an election involving two candidates, 68 votes were declared invalid. The winning candidate secures 52 % and wins by 98 votes. The total number of votes polled is:
CorrectExp : Let the number of valid votes be x.
Then, 52% of x – 48% of x = 98
4% of x = 98
4x/100 = 98
x = 98 × 25 = 2450.
Total number of votes polled = (2450 + 68) = 2518.
IncorrectExp : Let the number of valid votes be x.
Then, 52% of x – 48% of x = 98
4% of x = 98
4x/100 = 98
x = 98 × 25 = 2450.
Total number of votes polled = (2450 + 68) = 2518.
UnattemptedExp : Let the number of valid votes be x.
Then, 52% of x – 48% of x = 98
4% of x = 98
4x/100 = 98
x = 98 × 25 = 2450.
Total number of votes polled = (2450 + 68) = 2518.
 Question 27 of 100
27. Question
1 pointsCategory: AptitudeFind the average of all prime numbers between 20 to 40.
CorrectExp: Explanation There are four prime numbers between 20 to 40.
They are 23, 29, 31, and 37.
Required average= (23+29+31+37 / 4) =120/4 = 30
IncorrectExp: Explanation There are four prime numbers between 20 to 40.
They are 23, 29, 31, and 37.
Required average= (23+29+31+37 / 4) =120/4 = 30
UnattemptedExp: Explanation There are four prime numbers between 20 to 40.
They are 23, 29, 31, and 37.
Required average= (23+29+31+37 / 4) =120/4 = 30
 Question 28 of 100
28. Question
1 pointsCategory: AptitudeThe average weight of 10 oarsmen in a boat is increased by 1.8 kg when one of the crew, who weight 53 kg, is replaced by a new man. Find the weight of the new man.
CorrectExplanation Total weight increased = (1.8 ×10) kg = 18 kg
Weight of the new man = (53 +18) kg = 71 kg.
IncorrectExplanation Total weight increased = (1.8 ×10) kg = 18 kg
Weight of the new man = (53 +18) kg = 71 kg.
UnattemptedExplanation Total weight increased = (1.8 ×10) kg = 18 kg
Weight of the new man = (53 +18) kg = 71 kg.
 Question 29 of 100
29. Question
1 pointsCategory: AptitudeThe least numbers of five digits which is exactly divisible by 12, 15 & 18 is :
CorrectExp: Least no. Of 5 digits is 10000
L.C.M of 12,15 & 18 is 180.
On dividing 10000/180 the remainder will be 100
Required no. = 10000 + (180100) = 10080
IncorrectExp: Least no. Of 5 digits is 10000
L.C.M of 12,15 & 18 is 180.
On dividing 10000/180 the remainder will be 100
Required no. = 10000 + (180100) = 10080
UnattemptedExp: Least no. Of 5 digits is 10000
L.C.M of 12,15 & 18 is 180.
On dividing 10000/180 the remainder will be 100
Required no. = 10000 + (180100) = 10080
 Question 30 of 100
30. Question
1 pointsCategory: AptitudeA dealer marked an article marked at Rs. 25000 with 20% and 5% off. He spends 1000 for its repairs and sells it for Rs. 25000. What is his gain or loss %?
CorrectIncorrectUnattempted  Question 31 of 100
31. Question
1 pointsCategory: AptitudeQ 31 35: There are two equations given in the question. Solve these questions and given answers.
I. x^{2} + 5x + 6 = 0
II. y^{2} + 3y + 2 = 0
CorrectExp : After Solving x = 2 , 3 and y =1, 2
IncorrectExp : After Solving x = 2 , 3 and y =1, 2
UnattemptedExp : After Solving x = 2 , 3 and y =1, 2
 Question 32 of 100
32. Question
1 pointsCategory: AptitudeI. x^{2} – 10x + 24 = 0
II. y^{2} – 9y +20 = 0
CorrectExp : After solving x = 4, 6 and y = 4,5
IncorrectExp : After solving x = 4, 6 and y = 4,5
UnattemptedExp : After solving x = 4, 6 and y = 4,5
 Question 33 of 100
33. Question
1 pointsCategory: AptitudeI. x^{2} = 961
II. y = √961
CorrectExp : After solving x = ± 31 and y = 31
IncorrectExp : After solving x = ± 31 and y = 31
UnattemptedExp : After solving x = ± 31 and y = 31
 Question 34 of 100
34. Question
1 pointsCategory: AptitudeI. x^{2} – 72 = x
II. y^{2} = 64
CorrectExp: After solving x = 8, 9 and y = ±8
IncorrectExp: After solving x = 8, 9 and y = ±8
UnattemptedExp: After solving x = 8, 9 and y = ±8
 Question 35 of 100
35. Question
1 pointsCategory: AptitudeI. x^{2} – 463 =321
II. y^{2} – 421 =308
CorrectAfter solving x = ±28 and y = ± 27
IncorrectAfter solving x = ±28 and y = ± 27
UnattemptedAfter solving x = ±28 and y = ± 27
 Question 36 of 100
36. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningQ 3640: Read the seating arrangement carefully to give the following answers.
Eight people A, B, C, D, E, F, G, and H sitting around a round table facing toward center. F is third right of D. One person is sitting between D and A. Only three people are sitting between A and B. A and G are neighbor. Three people are sitting between G and C. E is second right of G.
Question: Starting clockwise from C, How many people are sitting between C and H
 Question 37 of 100
37. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningWho is sitting left to the second left of A?
CorrectIncorrectUnattempted  Question 38 of 100
38. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningWhich statement is true in this context?
CorrectIncorrectUnattempted  Question 39 of 100
39. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningWho is sitting third left of F?
CorrectIncorrectUnattempted  Question 40 of 100
40. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningWhat is the position of H with respect to E?
CorrectIncorrectUnattempted  Question 41 of 100
41. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningQ – 41 – 45: Read the following statement and their conclusions carefully and then choose the appropriate answer.
Question :
Statement: A = B, B ≥ C, C < D, D > E
Conclusion 1 : C < A
Conclusion 2 : E < BCorrectExp : A = B ≥ C < D > E
IncorrectExp : A = B ≥ C < D > E
UnattemptedExp : A = B ≥ C < D > E
 Question 42 of 100
42. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningStatement: P ≤ Q, Q = R, R < S, S ≥ T
Conclusion 1 : S > P
Conclusion 2 : Q ≤ SCorrectExp : P ≤ Q = R < S ≥ T
IncorrectExp : P ≤ Q = R < S ≥ T
UnattemptedExp : P ≤ Q = R < S ≥ T
 Question 43 of 100
43. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningStatement: R < A, A ≤ M, M > B, B ≥ C
Conclusion 1: C < M
Conclusion 2: R < MCorrectExp : R < A ≤ M > B ≥ C
IncorrectExp : R < A ≤ M > B ≥ C
UnattemptedExp : R < A ≤ M > B ≥ C
 Question 44 of 100
44. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningStatement: T > K , K ≤ R, R = M
Conclusion 1: M = K
Conclusion 2: M > KCorrectExp : T > K ≤ R = M
IncorrectExp : T > K ≤ R = M
UnattemptedExp : T > K ≤ R = M
 Question 45 of 100
45. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningStatement: B = A, B > H, H < G
Conclusion 1: B = G
Conclusion 2: B > GCorrectExp: A = B > H < G
IncorrectExp: A = B > H < G
UnattemptedExp: A = B > H < G
 Question 46 of 100
46. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningQ 46 – 50 : Read the given data carefully and give the answer of questions.
Seven friends T, U, V, W, X, Y and Z working in Offices, M, N, O,P,Q,R and S as a manager, accountant, clerk, peon, sweeper, secretary and receptionist, not is the following sequence. Read the conditions and give answers.
(i) V works for Office O but not as a receptionist and sweeper.
(ii) X is a clerk and working for office R.
(iii) T is working as a secretary but not is offices M and Q.
(iv) Accountant works for office N
(v) Peon is working for office M
(vi) Y is working for Office Q
(vii) Z is working for Office P as a receptionist
(viii) W is not accountant
Question: Who is working for Office N ?
CorrectName Offices Profession T S Secretary U N Accountant V O Manager W M Peon X R Clerk Y Q Sweeper Z P Receptionist IncorrectName Offices Profession T S Secretary U N Accountant V O Manager W M Peon X R Clerk Y Q Sweeper Z P Receptionist UnattemptedName Offices Profession T S Secretary U N Accountant V O Manager W M Peon X R Clerk Y Q Sweeper Z P Receptionist  Question 47 of 100
47. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningWho is working as a Manger ?
CorrectIncorrectUnattempted  Question 48 of 100
48. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningWhat is the profession of man working in office S?
CorrectIncorrectUnattempted  Question 49 of 100
49. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningWhat is the profession of Y ?
CorrectIncorrectUnattempted  Question 50 of 100
50. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningSelect the correct sequence
CorrectIncorrectUnattempted  Question 51 of 100
51. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningQ 51 – 55 : A word and number arrangement machine when given an input line of words and numbers rearranges them following a particular rule in each step. The following is an illustration of input and rearrangement.
Input : Go 90 Off 41 88 New 33 four
Step 1 : 90 Go Off 41 88 New four 33
Step 2 : 90 88 Go Off New four 41 33
Step 3 : 90 88 Off Go New Four 41 33
Step 4 : 90 88 Off New Go Four 41 33And step 4 is the last step of this input. As per the rule followed in the following questions the appropriate step for the given input.
Input: 25 wind 28 90 86 Soil tube Busy Four Get
Question: What is the last step in the following sequence?
CorrectExp : Step 1 : 90 wind 28 86 Soil tube Busy Four Get 25
Step 2 : 90 86 wind Soil tube Busy Four Get 28 25
Step 3: 90 86 Wind Tube Soil Busy Four Get 28 25
Step 4 : 90 86 Wind Tube Soil Get Busy Four 28 25
Step 5 : 90 86 Wind Tube Soil Get Four Buy 28 25IncorrectExp : Step 1 : 90 wind 28 86 Soil tube Busy Four Get 25
Step 2 : 90 86 wind Soil tube Busy Four Get 28 25
Step 3: 90 86 Wind Tube Soil Busy Four Get 28 25
Step 4 : 90 86 Wind Tube Soil Get Busy Four 28 25
Step 5 : 90 86 Wind Tube Soil Get Four Buy 28 25UnattemptedExp : Step 1 : 90 wind 28 86 Soil tube Busy Four Get 25
Step 2 : 90 86 wind Soil tube Busy Four Get 28 25
Step 3: 90 86 Wind Tube Soil Busy Four Get 28 25
Step 4 : 90 86 Wind Tube Soil Get Busy Four 28 25
Step 5 : 90 86 Wind Tube Soil Get Four Buy 28 25  Question 52 of 100
52. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningHow many steps are needed to complete this machine Input ?
CorrectIncorrectUnattempted  Question 53 of 100
53. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningWhich word/number will come at 4^{th} place in step 2^{nd} ( from left ) ?
CorrectIncorrectUnattempted  Question 54 of 100
54. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningWhich word/number will come at 3rd place in step 4 (from right) ?
CorrectIncorrectUnattempted  Question 55 of 100
55. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningWhich is the fourth step in the sequence?
CorrectIncorrectUnattempted  Question 56 of 100
56. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningQ 56 – 60: Every question has some statements and two conclusions. Read the statements ( weather these statements are related to real world or not), choose the appropriate option that is full filling the statements.
Statement 1: Some Glasses are Bottle
Statement 2 : All Bottle are Pipe
Statement 3: All Pipe are TankConclusion 1: Some tank is Glass
Conclusion 2 : All Pipe is BottleCorrectIncorrectUnattempted  Question 57 of 100
57. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningStatement 1: All Mohan are Sohan
Statement 2 : All Sohan are Rahul
Statement 3 : No Rahul are Raman
Statement 4 : All Raman are PoojaConclusion 1: Some Sohan being Pooja is a possibility
Conclusion 2 : Some Mohan not being Rahul is a possibilityCorrectIncorrectUnattempted  Question 58 of 100
58. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningStatement 1: No Pen are pencil
Statement 2: No pencil are book
Statement 3 : No book is BigConclusion 1: No pen is big
Conclusion 2 : No Big are pencilCorrectIncorrectUnattempted  Question 59 of 100
59. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningStatement 1: All Fans are white
Statement 2: Some white are circle
Statement 3 : Some circle are smallConclusion 1: Some small are fan
Conclusion 2: All Small are fanCorrectIncorrectUnattempted  Question 60 of 100
60. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningStatement 1 : Some day are night
Statement 2 : Some Night are coolConclusion 1: Some day are cool
Conclusion 2 : No day are coolCorrectIncorrectUnattempted  Question 61 of 100
61. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningQ : 61 – 65 : In each question below is given a statement followed by two courses of action numbered I and II. You have to assume everything in the statement to be true and on the basis of the information given in the statement, decide which of the suggested courses of action logically follow(s) for pursuing.
Statement : Cholera has affected many parts of the country.
Course of Action: I. The MLAs should rush to their constituencies.
Course of Action II. The government should try to make people aware about the need for clean drinking water.
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62. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningStatement: On an average, about twenty people are run over by trains and die every day while crossing the railway tracks through the level crossing.
Courses of action:
I.The railway authorities should be instructed to close all the level crossings.
II.Those who are found crossing the tracks, when the gates are closed, should be fined heavily.
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63. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningStatement : There is an unprecedented increase in migration of villagers to urban areas as repeated crop failure has put them into precarious financial situation.
Courses of Action:
I.The villagers should be provided with alternate source of income in their villages which will make them stay put.
II.The migrated villagers should be provided with jobs in the urban areas to help them survive.
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64. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningStatement: The Asian Development Bank has approved a $285 million loan to finance a project to construct coal ports by Paradip and Madras Port Trusts.
Courses of Action:
I. India should use financial assistance from other international financial organizations to develop such ports in other places.
II. India should not seek such financial assistance from the international financial
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65. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningStatement: Severe drought is reported to have set in several parts of the country.
Courses of Action:
I.Government should immediately make arrangement for providing financial assistance to those affected.
II.Food, water and fodder should immediately be sent to all these areas to save the people and cattle.
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66. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningQ 66 – 70: Read the Following information and give the answers.
The meaning of code ’518’ is ‘roo boo foo’, the meaning of code ‘289’ is ‘too roo aoo’, meaning of ‘97’ is ‘too soo’ and meaning of ‘45’ is ‘boo goo’.
Question: What is the code for too ?
CorrectExp : soo = 7
goo = 4
roo = 8
too=9
boo=5
foo=1
aoo=2IncorrectExp : soo = 7
goo = 4
roo = 8
too=9
boo=5
foo=1
aoo=2UnattemptedExp : soo = 7
goo = 4
roo = 8
too=9
boo=5
foo=1
aoo=2  Question 67 of 100
67. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningThe 4 is presented by ?
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68. Question
1 pointsCategory: Reasoning‘soo goo roo aoo’ presented by ?
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69. Question
1 pointsCategory: Reasoning‘goo too soo aoo’ presented by ?
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70. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningIndicating toward Sohan, Aarti said “he is the only son of my mother’s single son’s wife”. What is the relation between Sohan and Aarti ?
CorrectIncorrectIndicating toward Sohan, Aarti said “he is the only son of my mother’s single son’s wife”. What is the relation between Sohan and Aarti ?
UnattemptedIndicating toward Sohan, Aarti said “he is the only son of my mother’s single son’s wife”. What is the relation between Sohan and Aarti ?
 Question 71 of 100
71. Question
1 pointsCategory: EnglishQ 7180 : Read the comprehension carefully and give answers
A small band of biologists share a dream – to find species of sea and land animals hitherto completely unknown or to discover living examples of animals thought to have died out ages ago. Finds made in this century encourage these dreamers whose find is aptly named as cryptozoology – literally the science of hidden animals.
Size and habitat are often responsible for an animal’s having being overlooked. Not surprisingly, a bumblebee size bat that lives in caves of Thailand eluded detection until 1973. But larger animals in less remote sites have also remained hidden. Herds of a species of peccary supposedly extinct since the last ice age, for instance, were found in Paraguay in 1975.
Native people sometimes offer scientists useful clues. An unusual feather in a local’s hat sparked the discovery of a showy African peacock in 1936, and accounts of giant lizards of the Indonesian island of Komodo proved not to be more myth when naturalist P.A. Owens identifies four of the creatures in 1912. As cryptozoologists follow such leads into little explored areas, they remain optimistic that is not too late to uncover sensational surprises.
Question: An unusual feather in a local’s hat sparked the discovery of a showy African peacock in ______
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72. Question
1 pointsCategory: EnglishMyths refer to ______
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73. Question
1 pointsCategory: EnglishOften the crypto zoologists get lot of leads from _________
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74. Question
1 pointsCategory: EnglishOften _____ responsible for an animal having been overlooked.
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75. Question
1 pointsCategory: English‘Eluded’ given in the passage can be replaced by
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76. Question
1 pointsCategory: English‘supposedly’ means
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77. Question
1 pointsCategory: EnglishThe word which is opposite in meaning to the word ‘native’
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78. Question
1 pointsCategory: EnglishThe word which is opposite in meaning to the word ‘extinct’
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79. Question
1 pointsCategory: EnglishWhat is the name of science of hidden animal?
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80. Question
1 pointsCategory: EnglishWhat helps in discovery of showy African peacock ?
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81. Question
1 pointsCategory: EnglishQ8185: five segments of a statement are given. Identify the statement which contains an error.
Question: Please convey /my best wishes/ back/ to your parents/ No error.
CorrectExplanation: the word ‘back’ is unnecessary here; it can be removed from the sentence
IncorrectExplanation: the word ‘back’ is unnecessary here; it can be removed from the sentence
UnattemptedExplanation: the word ‘back’ is unnecessary here; it can be removed from the sentence
 Question 82 of 100
82. Question
1 pointsCategory: EnglishI did not know / where they were going/ nor could I understand/ why had they left soon/ No error.
CorrectExplanation: ‘why’ will be followed by the subject, so it should be ‘why they had left soon’
IncorrectExplanation: ‘why’ will be followed by the subject, so it should be ‘why they had left soon’
UnattemptedExplanation: ‘why’ will be followed by the subject, so it should be ‘why they had left soon’
 Question 83 of 100
83. Question
1 pointsCategory: EnglishIt is difficult / to explain/ why did Rajagopalachari resigned / from the congress ministries in 1940/ No error.
CorrectCorrect form should be ‘ why did Rajagopalachari resign’
IncorrectCorrect form should be ‘ why did Rajagopalachari resign’
UnattemptedCorrect form should be ‘ why did Rajagopalachari resign’
 Question 84 of 100
84. Question
1 pointsCategory: EnglishThe way he is behaving / he will soon/ spill the beans, / I am afraid/ no error.
CorrectNo error
IncorrectNo error
UnattemptedNo error
 Question 85 of 100
85. Question
1 pointsCategory: EnglishPeople of India/ blamed Pakistan’s Prime minister/ for being/ a coward person/ error.
CorrectCoward itself means a person who does not have strength to face something. No need to add ‘person’ with ‘coward’
IncorrectCoward itself means a person who does not have strength to face something. No need to add ‘person’ with ‘coward’
UnattemptedCoward itself means a person who does not have strength to face something. No need to add ‘person’ with ‘coward’
 Question 86 of 100
86. Question
1 pointsCategory: EnglishQ8690 : six statements AE are given; first sentence is also given; arrange the remaining sentences into the correct order to make a meaningful paragraph. And Answer the question from 86 90 :
We who live in present day world are proud to call ourselves civilized.
(A) In fact science has added to our worries.
(B) But let us search our hearts and ask ourselves ‘Has science solved our problems?’.
(C) Is it because we live and dress better than our forefathers?
(D) Of course, we have the advantages of the inventions of science which our ancestors had never known.
(E) Frankly speaking, the answer is ‘No’!
Question: After rearranging the above sentences, which will be the second statement (consider the given sentence as first)?
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87. Question
1 pointsCategory: EnglishAfter rearranging the above sentences, which will be the third statement?
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88. Question
1 pointsCategory: EnglishAfter rearranging the above sentences, which will be the fourth statement?
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89. Question
1 pointsCategory: EnglishAfter rearranging the above sentences, which will be the fifth statement?
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90. Question
1 pointsCategory: EnglishAfter rearranging the above sentences, which will be the sixth statement?
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91. Question
1 pointsCategory: EnglishQ 91 – 95 : There is sentence given which has a underlined part. Choose the proper word which can replace the underlined word.
He wanted to mitigate his problems.
CorrectMitigate means reducing something in its quantity, so lessen is appropriate word
IncorrectMitigate means reducing something in its quantity, so lessen is appropriate word
UnattemptedMitigate means reducing something in its quantity, so lessen is appropriate word
 Question 92 of 100
92. Question
1 pointsCategory: EnglishI can’t believe in the veracity of his statement.
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93. Question
1 pointsCategory: EnglishThe rebellions of 1857 were subjected to corporal punishment.
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94. Question
1 pointsCategory: EnglishIndira Gandhi was a woman of sterling qualities.
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95. Question
1 pointsCategory: EnglishQ 95 97 : Fill in the Blanks
Our earth he says _____ like a spaceship, and all the 700 million people _____ earth are passengers on it.
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96. Question
1 pointsCategory: EnglishAnil ought not to _____ me your secret, but he _____.
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97. Question
1 pointsCategory: English_______ the beginning of the term, we ________ a lot of money on poetry.
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98. Question
1 pointsCategory: EnglishQ 98 – 100 : choose the word which is opposite in meaning to the given word.
Question : Relinquish
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99. Question
1 pointsCategory: EnglishHostile
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100. Question
1 pointsCategory: EnglishDubious
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