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Name : SBI PO Prelims Mock Test – 1
Questions : 100 Objective type
135 – Reasoning
36 70 – Aptitude
70 100 English
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 Question 1 of 100
1. Question
1 pointsCategory: AptitudeWhat should come in place of the question mark (?) in the following series?
7413 7422 7440 ? 7503 7548
Correct7413 7422 7440 7467 7503 7548
+9 +18 +27 +36 +45
Every time we add multiple of 9
Incorrect7413 7422 7440 7467 7503 7548
+9 +18 +27 +36 +45
Every time we add multiple of 9
Unattempted7413 7422 7440 7467 7503 7548
+9 +18 +27 +36 +45
Every time we add multiple of 9
 Question 2 of 100
2. Question
1 pointsCategory: Aptitude4 16 36 64 100 ?
CorrectThese are square of even numbers eg : 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12
IncorrectThese are square of even numbers eg : 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12
UnattemptedThese are square of even numbers eg : 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12
 Question 3 of 100
3. Question
1 pointsCategory: Aptitude12 33 96 ? 852 2553
CorrectMultiply 3 and then subtract 3 from result to get next number.
IncorrectMultiply 3 and then subtract 3 from result to get next number.
UnattemptedMultiply 3 and then subtract 3 from result to get next number.
 Question 4 of 100
4. Question
1 pointsCategory: Aptitude102 99 104 97 106 ?
CorrectAlternate increment and decrement of 2.
IncorrectAlternate increment and decrement of 2.
UnattemptedAlternate increment and decrement of 2.
 Question 5 of 100
5. Question
1 pointsCategory: AptitudeIf the numerator of a fraction is increased by 200% and the denominator of the fraction is increased by 120%, the resultant fraction is . What is the original fraction?
CorrectLet fraction is x/y
(x + 2y ) / (y + 1.2y) = 4 / 11
3x/2.2y = 4 / 11
x/y = 4/15
IncorrectLet fraction is x/y
(x + 2y ) / (y + 1.2y) = 4 / 11
3x/2.2y = 4 / 11
x/y = 4/15
UnattemptedLet fraction is x/y
(x + 2y ) / (y + 1.2y) = 4 / 11
3x/2.2y = 4 / 11
x/y = 4/15
 Question 6 of 100
6. Question
1 pointsCategory: AptitudeMr. Vikas invests a sum of Rs. 41250 at 6% per annum. What approximate amount of compound interest will be obtain at the end of 3 year?
CorrectApply formula of Compound interest.
IncorrectApply formula of Compound interest.
UnattemptedApply formula of Compound interest.
 Question 7 of 100
7. Question
1 pointsCategory: AptitudeThe profit after selling a pair of trousers for Rs. 863 is the same as the loss incurred after selling the same pair of trousers for Rs. 631. What is the cost of the pair of trousers?
CorrectCost price of Trouser = 831 + 631 / 2
= Rs 747
IncorrectCost price of Trouser = 831 + 631 / 2
= Rs 747
UnattemptedCost price of Trouser = 831 + 631 / 2
= Rs 747
Hint
 Question 8 of 100
8. Question
1 pointsCategory: AptitudeThe ratio of the length and the breadth of a rectangular plot is 6:5 respectively; if the breadth of the plot is 34 m less than the length, what is the perimeter of the rectangular plot?
Correct6x5x=34
x=34
Perimeter = 2 (6×34 + 5×34)
= 2 (204 + 170) = 748 m
Incorrect6x5x=34
x=34
Perimeter = 2 (6×34 + 5×34)
= 2 (204 + 170) = 748 m
Unattempted6x5x=34
x=34
Perimeter = 2 (6×34 + 5×34)
= 2 (204 + 170) = 748 m
 Question 9 of 100
9. Question
1 pointsCategory: AptitudeSumit, Vikas and Pankaj enter into a partnership, Sumit invests some amount at the beginning. Vikas invests double the amount after 6 months and Pankaj invests thrice the amount invested by Sumit after 8 months. They earn a profit of Rs. 45000 at the end of the year. What is Pankaj’s share in the profit?
CorrectSuppose, Sumit invested= Rs. x
Vikas invested = Rs. 2x
Pankaj invested = Rs. 3x
Ratio in received profit by invested amount= x × 12 : 2x × 6 × 3× × 4
= 12x : 12x : 12x
= 1:1:1
Share in profit of Pankaj = 1/3 × 45000 = Rs. 15000
IncorrectSuppose, Sumit invested= Rs. x
Vikas invested = Rs. 2x
Pankaj invested = Rs. 3x
Ratio in received profit by invested amount= x × 12 : 2x × 6 × 3× × 4
= 12x : 12x : 12x
= 1:1:1
Share in profit of Pankaj = 1/3 × 45000 = Rs. 15000
UnattemptedSuppose, Sumit invested= Rs. x
Vikas invested = Rs. 2x
Pankaj invested = Rs. 3x
Ratio in received profit by invested amount= x × 12 : 2x × 6 × 3× × 4
= 12x : 12x : 12x
= 1:1:1
Share in profit of Pankaj = 1/3 × 45000 = Rs. 15000
 Question 10 of 100
10. Question
1 pointsCategory: AptitudeThe cost of 7 tables and 12 chairs is Rs. 48250. What is the cost of 21 tables and 36 chairs?
CorrectCost of 12 tables and 36 chairs = 3 × 48250 = Rs. 144750
IncorrectCost of 12 tables and 36 chairs = 3 × 48250 = Rs. 144750
UnattemptedCost of 12 tables and 36 chairs = 3 × 48250 = Rs. 144750
 Question 11 of 100
11. Question
1 pointsCategory: Aptitude‘A’ can complete a work in 12 days. ‘A’ and ‘B’ together can complete the same work in 8 days. In how many days can ‘B’ alone complete the same work?
CorrectWork of A in a day = 1/12
Work of (A+B) in a day = 1/8
Work of B in a day = (1/8) – (1/12) = 1/24
So B can finish the work in 24 days.
IncorrectWork of A in a day = 1/12
Work of (A+B) in a day = 1/8
Work of B in a day = (1/8) – (1/12) = 1/24
So B can finish the work in 24 days.
UnattemptedWork of A in a day = 1/12
Work of (A+B) in a day = 1/8
Work of B in a day = (1/8) – (1/12) = 1/24
So B can finish the work in 24 days.
 Question 12 of 100
12. Question
1 pointsCategory: AptitudeWhat approximate value should come in place of the question mark(?) in the following question?
6523÷544×1.2=?
CorrectIncorrectUnattempted  Question 13 of 100
13. Question
1 pointsCategory: AptitudeRaman drove from home to a neighbouring town at the speed of 50 km/h and on his returning journey, he drove at the sped of 45 km/h and also took an hour longer to reach home. What distance did he cover each way?
Correct(X/45) – (x/50) = 1
(10x9x)/450 = 1
x = 450 Km
Incorrect(X/45) – (x/50) = 1
(10x9x)/450 = 1
x = 450 Km
Unattempted(X/45) – (x/50) = 1
(10x9x)/450 = 1
x = 450 Km
 Question 14 of 100
14. Question
1 pointsCategory: Aptitude3/4 of 2/9 of 1/5 of a number is 249.6 . What is 50% of this number ?
CorrectX × 1/5 × 2/9 × 3/4 = 249.6
X = 7488
50% of x = 3744
IncorrectX × 1/5 × 2/9 × 3/4 = 249.6
X = 7488
50% of x = 3744
UnattemptedX × 1/5 × 2/9 × 3/4 = 249.6
X = 7488
50% of x = 3744
 Question 15 of 100
15. Question
1 pointsCategory: AptitudeThe average weight of a group of 75 girls was calculated as 47 kg. it was later discovered that the weight of one of the girl was read as 45 kg, whereas her actual weight was 25 kg. what is the actual average weight of the group of 75 girls?
CorrectActual average weight = (75 × 47 + 25 – 45 )/ 75 = 46.73 Kg
IncorrectActual average weight = (75 × 47 + 25 – 45 )/ 75 = 46.73 Kg
UnattemptedActual average weight = (75 × 47 + 25 – 45 )/ 75 = 46.73 Kg
 Question 16 of 100
16. Question
1 pointsCategory: AptitudeIn how many different ways can the letters of the word ‘MIRACLE’ be arranged?
CorrectRequired number of ways = 7! =7×6×5×4×3×2×1 = 5040
IncorrectRequired number of ways = 7! =7×6×5×4×3×2×1 = 5040
UnattemptedRequired number of ways = 7! =7×6×5×4×3×2×1 = 5040
 Question 17 of 100
17. Question
1 pointsCategory: AptitudeThe sum of the two digits of a twodigit number is 12 and the difference between the two digits of the twodigit number is 6. What is the two digit number?
Correctx + y = 12
x – y = 6
x = 9
y = 3
number is either 93
Incorrectx + y = 12
x – y = 6
x = 9
y = 3
number is either 93
Unattemptedx + y = 12
x – y = 6
x = 9
y = 3
number is either 93
 Question 18 of 100
18. Question
1 pointsCategory: AptitudeIf an amount of Rs 74336 is equally divided amongst 150 people. How much approximate amount would each person get?
CorrectAmount received by each person : 74336/ 100 = Rs 496
IncorrectAmount received by each person : 74336/ 100 = Rs 496
UnattemptedAmount received by each person : 74336/ 100 = Rs 496
 Question 19 of 100
19. Question
1 pointsCategory: AptitudeMr. Sumit invests 6% of his monthly salary i.e. Rs 2100 on insurance policies. Also, he invests 8% of his monthly salary on family mediclaim policies and another 9% of his salary on NSCs. What is the total annual amount invested by Mr. Sumit?
CorrectTotal monthly investment = (6+8+9)% = 23%
Total invested amount = (2100 × 23 ) / 6
= Rs. 8085 monthly × 12
= Rs 96600 yearly
IncorrectTotal monthly investment = (6+8+9)% = 23%
Total invested amount = (2100 × 23 ) / 6
= Rs. 8085 monthly × 12
= Rs 96600 yearly
UnattemptedTotal monthly investment = (6+8+9)% = 23%
Total invested amount = (2100 × 23 ) / 6
= Rs. 8085 monthly × 12
= Rs 96600 yearly
 Question 20 of 100
20. Question
1 pointsCategory: AptitudeA trader sells 145 m of cloth for Rs 12325 at the profit of Rs 10 per meter of cloth. What is the cost of 1 m of cloth?
CorrectSelling price of 145 m cloth = Rs 12325
Selling price of 1 m cloth = 12325/145= Rs 85
Cost price of 1 m cloth = 85 – 10 = Rs 75
IncorrectSelling price of 145 m cloth = Rs 12325
Selling price of 1 m cloth = 12325/145= Rs 85
Cost price of 1 m cloth = 85 – 10 = Rs 75
UnattemptedSelling price of 145 m cloth = Rs 12325
Selling price of 1 m cloth = 12325/145= Rs 85
Cost price of 1 m cloth = 85 – 10 = Rs 75
 Question 21 of 100
21. Question
1 pointsCategory: AptitudeThere are seven dozen candles kept in a box. If there are 14 such boxes, how many candles are there in all the boxes together?
CorrectTotal number of candle = 14×7×12 = 1176
IncorrectTotal number of candle = 14×7×12 = 1176
UnattemptedTotal number of candle = 14×7×12 = 1176
 Question 22 of 100
22. Question
1 pointsCategory: AptitudeWhich of the following smallest number should be added to 6659 to make it a perfect square?
CorrectIncorrectUnattempted  Question 23 of 100
23. Question
1 pointsCategory: AptitudeWhat is the greater of two numbers, whose product is 1092 and the sum of the two numbers exceeds their difference by 42?
Correctxy =1092
(x + y) – (x – y) = 42
2y = 42
y = 21
x = 1092/21= 52
Incorrectxy =1092
(x + y) – (x – y) = 42
2y = 42
y = 21
x = 1092/21= 52
Unattemptedxy =1092
(x + y) – (x – y) = 42
2y = 42
y = 21
x = 1092/21= 52
 Question 24 of 100
24. Question
1 pointsCategory: AptitudeVikas obtained an amount of Rs 8376 as simple interest on a certain amount at 8% per annum after 6 years. What is the amount invested by Vikas?
CorrectP = (SI × 100 ) /( R × T)
IncorrectP = (SI × 100 ) /( R × T)
UnattemptedP = (SI × 100 ) /( R × T)
 Question 25 of 100
25. Question
1 pointsCategory: AptitudeTwo numbers are such that the sum of twice the first number and thrice the second number is 36 and the sum of thrice the first number and twice the second number is 39. Which is the smaller number?
CorrectSuppose the numbers are x and y.
2x + 3y = 36 ….(1)
3x + 2y = 39 ….(2)
By solving these eq.
x = 9
y = 6
so the smaller number is 6.
IncorrectSuppose the numbers are x and y.
2x + 3y = 36 ….(1)
3x + 2y = 39 ….(2)
By solving these eq.
x = 9
y = 6
so the smaller number is 6.
UnattemptedSuppose the numbers are x and y.
2x + 3y = 36 ….(1)
3x + 2y = 39 ….(2)
By solving these eq.
x = 9
y = 6
so the smaller number is 6.
 Question 26 of 100
26. Question
1 pointsCategory: AptitudeThe difference between the present ages of Pankaj and Sunil is 14 yr. seven years ago the ratio of their ages was 5:7 respectively. What is Sunil’s present age?
CorrectSuppose, the present age of Pankaj and Sunil is x years and y years respectively.
y – x = 14
and (x7)/(y7) = 5/7
7x – 49 = 5y – 35
7(y – 14) – 49 = 5y – 35
y = 56 yr
IncorrectSuppose, the present age of Pankaj and Sunil is x years and y years respectively.
y – x = 14
and (x7)/(y7) = 5/7
7x – 49 = 5y – 35
7(y – 14) – 49 = 5y – 35
y = 56 yr
UnattemptedSuppose, the present age of Pankaj and Sunil is x years and y years respectively.
y – x = 14
and (x7)/(y7) = 5/7
7x – 49 = 5y – 35
7(y – 14) – 49 = 5y – 35
y = 56 yr
 Question 27 of 100
27. Question
1 pointsCategory: Aptitudea, b, c, d and e are 5 consecutive even numbers. If the sum of ‘a’ and ‘d’ is 162, what is the sum of all the numbers?
Correcta = a
b = a+2
c = a+4
d = a+6
e = a+8
a+d = a+a+6
162 = 2a+6
a = 78
sum of all numbers = 78 + 80 + 82 + 84 + 86 = 410
Incorrecta = a
b = a+2
c = a+4
d = a+6
e = a+8
a+d = a+a+6
162 = 2a+6
a = 78
sum of all numbers = 78 + 80 + 82 + 84 + 86 = 410
Unattempteda = a
b = a+2
c = a+4
d = a+6
e = a+8
a+d = a+a+6
162 = 2a+6
a = 78
sum of all numbers = 78 + 80 + 82 + 84 + 86 = 410
 Question 28 of 100
28. Question
1 pointsCategory: AptitudeWhat is 348 times 265?
Correct265 × 348 = 92220
Incorrect265 × 348 = 92220
Unattempted265 × 348 = 92220
 Question 29 of 100
29. Question
1 pointsCategory: AptitudeIn what time will Rs 8000, at 3% simple interest per annum produce the same income as Rs 6,000 does in 5 years at 4% simple interest ?
CorrectIncorrectUnattempted  Question 30 of 100
30. Question
1 pointsCategory: AptitudeA card is drawn from a pack of 52 cards, the probability of getting a queen of club or a king of heart is
CorrectIncorrectUnattempted  Question 31 of 100
31. Question
1 pointsCategory: AptitudeFind the odd man out –
16, 25, 36, 72, 144, 196, 225
CorrectExplanation: all term are square of an integer except 72
IncorrectExplanation: all term are square of an integer except 72
UnattemptedExplanation: all term are square of an integer except 72
 Question 32 of 100
32. Question
1 pointsCategory: AptitudeTwo pipes can fill an empty tank separately in 24 min and 40 min respectively and a third pipe can empty 30 gallons of water per min. If all 3 pipes are open empty tank will become full in 1 hour. The capacity of tank is
CorrectExplanation – part of the tank fill in 1 minute = (x/24)+ (x/40) 30 = x/60
So, 12x= 30*240
x= 600
IncorrectExplanation – part of the tank fill in 1 minute = (x/24)+ (x/40) 30 = x/60
So, 12x= 30*240
x= 600
UnattemptedExplanation – part of the tank fill in 1 minute = (x/24)+ (x/40) 30 = x/60
So, 12x= 30*240
x= 600
 Question 33 of 100
33. Question
1 pointsCategory: AptitudeA man and a boy received 800 as wages for 5 days for the work they did together. The man’s efficiency in the work was thrice times that of the boy. What are the dauly wages of the boy
CorrectExplanation – Man= 3 boy
Daily wages for them = 800/5 = 160
4 boy (1 man + 1 boy) = 160
4 boy = 160
Or boy = 40
IncorrectExplanation – Man= 3 boy
Daily wages for them = 800/5 = 160
4 boy (1 man + 1 boy) = 160
4 boy = 160
Or boy = 40
UnattemptedExplanation – Man= 3 boy
Daily wages for them = 800/5 = 160
4 boy (1 man + 1 boy) = 160
4 boy = 160
Or boy = 40
 Question 34 of 100
34. Question
1 pointsCategory: AptitudeHow many pieces of 0.85 m can be cut from a rod 42.5 m long?
CorrectExplanation – We need to divide
42.5/0.85 = 50.
IncorrectExplanation – We need to divide
42.5/0.85 = 50.
UnattemptedExplanation – We need to divide
42.5/0.85 = 50.
 Question 35 of 100
35. Question
1 pointsCategory: AptitudeRaju’s age after 15 years will be 5 times his age 5 years back, What is the present age of Raju?
CorrectExplanation – Clearly, x+15 = 5 (x5)
4x = 40
x = 10
IncorrectExplanation – Clearly, x+15 = 5 (x5)
4x = 40
x = 10
UnattemptedExplanation – Clearly, x+15 = 5 (x5)
4x = 40
x = 10
 Question 36 of 100
36. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningWhat comes in place of ?
A,C,F,J,?CorrectExplanation: A + 2 = C
C + 3 = F
F + 4 = J
J + 5 = O
IncorrectExplanation: A + 2 = C
C + 3 = F
F + 4 = J
J + 5 = O
UnattemptedExplanation: A + 2 = C
C + 3 = F
F + 4 = J
J + 5 = O
 Question 37 of 100
37. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningWhat is in the place of 10^{th} from the left of the 7^{th }from right.
F @ 5 3 R / $ J P E 1 / H % I 8 4 / B 8 A W 2 / U G 6 * 9 / £ Z N M © / V
CorrectExplanation: The 7^{th} from right is £. So now count 10 to the left of £ .You will get
IncorrectExplanation: The 7^{th} from right is £. So now count 10 to the left of £ .You will get
UnattemptedExplanation: The 7^{th} from right is £. So now count 10 to the left of £ .You will get
 Question 38 of 100
38. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningIf in a certain coding EQUITY is written as SOCWIG and OUTPUT is written as RSMRSN. Then what is the code for NOTIFY ?
CorrectExplanation: In this coding each word is divided in two equal parts. EQU and ITY , OUT and PUT. Now the first character is replaced by third char and vice versa. The middle character will remain same.
IncorrectExplanation: In this coding each word is divided in two equal parts. EQU and ITY , OUT and PUT. Now the first character is replaced by third char and vice versa. The middle character will remain same.
UnattemptedExplanation: In this coding each word is divided in two equal parts. EQU and ITY , OUT and PUT. Now the first character is replaced by third char and vice versa. The middle character will remain same.
 Question 39 of 100
39. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningIf in a certain language XCAWLY is written as YABUMW and TDQRMY is written as UBRPNW. Then what is the code for MLXTNY ?
CorrectExplanation: Add 1 and subtract 2 alternatively eg . X +1 = Y , C – 2 = A ….
IncorrectExplanation: Add 1 and subtract 2 alternatively eg . X +1 = Y , C – 2 = A ….
UnattemptedExplanation: Add 1 and subtract 2 alternatively eg . X +1 = Y , C – 2 = A ….
 Question 40 of 100
40. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningSohan pointed to a girl and said “ She is daughter of my Mother’s daughter”. What is the realtion of Sohan with that girl.
CorrectExplanation: The girl is daughter of his sister. Means She is Niece of Sohan. So correct answer is Uncle.
IncorrectExplanation: The girl is daughter of his sister. Means She is Niece of Sohan. So correct answer is Uncle.
UnattemptedExplanation: The girl is daughter of his sister. Means She is Niece of Sohan. So correct answer is Uncle.
 Question 41 of 100
41. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningPointing to a girl in a photograph, Amar said,” Her mother’s brother is the only son of my mother’s father”. How the girl related to Amar ?
CorrectIncorrectExplanation – Only son of my mother’s father is Amar maternal Uncle
So, The girl’s maternal uncle is the Amar’s maternal uncle. Thus the girls mother is Amar’s aunt.
UnattemptedExplanation – Only son of my mother’s father is Amar maternal Uncle
So, The girl’s maternal uncle is the Amar’s maternal uncle. Thus the girls mother is Amar’s aunt.
 Question 42 of 100
42. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningA is B’s mother. C is A’s son. D is E’s Brother. E is B’s daughter. Then who is the Grandmother of E ?
CorrectExplanation: Here C and B are children of A. And E is B’s daughter. So A is the grandmother of E.
IncorrectExplanation: Here C and B are children of A. And E is B’s daughter. So A is the grandmother of E.
UnattemptedExplanation: Here C and B are children of A. And E is B’s daughter. So A is the grandmother of E.
 Question 43 of 100
43. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningLook at this series 664,332,340,170,….,89 What no. Should fill the blank
CorrectIncorrectExplanation – This is an alternating division and addition series, first divide by 2 and then add 8.
UnattemptedExplanation – This is an alternating division and addition series, first divide by 2 and then add 8.
 Question 44 of 100
44. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningFind the wrong number in this series 12, 18, 23, 24,24 .
CorrectExplanation:
12 + 6 = 18
18 + 4 = 22
22 + 2 = 24
24 + 0 = 24IncorrectExplanation:
12 + 6 = 18
18 + 4 = 22
22 + 2 = 24
24 + 0 = 24UnattemptedExplanation:
12 + 6 = 18
18 + 4 = 22
22 + 2 = 24
24 + 0 = 24  Question 45 of 100
45. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningA is greater than M. G is greater than M but smaller than A. K is smaller than M and R. M is greater than R.
Question: Which one is least?
CorrectExplanation: A> G>M>R>K
IncorrectExplanation: A> G>M>R>K
UnattemptedExplanation: A> G>M>R>K
 Question 46 of 100
46. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningA is greater than M. G is greater than M but smaller than A. K is smaller than M and R. M is greater than R.
Question: Which one is largest ?
CorrectExplanation: A> G>M>R>K
IncorrectExplanation: A> G>M>R>K
UnattemptedExplanation: A> G>M>R>K
 Question 47 of 100
47. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningA is greater than M. G is greater than M but smaller than A. K is smaller than M and R. M is greater than R.
Question: Choose the wrong one
CorrectIncorrectUnattempted  Question 48 of 100
48. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningIf A = B > C < D = E < F
Then (i) F < B
(ii) B > D
CorrectExplanation: Both are wrong as per the question
IncorrectExplanation: Both are wrong as per the question
UnattemptedExplanation: Both are wrong as per the question
 Question 49 of 100
49. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningThe symbols are used as given below in an unique manner
P*Q means P is neither equal to Q nor lower.
P©Q means, P is not lower than Q
P$Q means, P is not greater not smaller than Q
P£Q means, P is not greater than Q nor equal to Q
P@Q means, P is not greater than QQuestion: Statement : E £ F, O©F, P$R
Result: I. O$P
II.E©R
III. P£O
CorrectExplanation:
Statement: O => F => E, P=R
Result I. O$P — O = PII.E©R — E => R
III. P£O — O > P
IncorrectExplanation:
Statement: O => F => E, P=R
Result I. O$P — O = PII.E©R — E => R
III. P£O — O > P
UnattemptedExplanation:
Statement: O => F => E, P=R
Result I. O$P — O = PII.E©R — E => R
III. P£O — O > P
 Question 50 of 100
50. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningThe symbols are used as given below in an unique manner
P*Q means P is neither equal to Q nor lower.
P©Q means, P is not lower than Q
P$Q means, P is not greater not smaller than Q
P£Q means, P is not greater than Q nor equal to Q
P@Q means, P is not greater than QQuestion:
Statement A*B, B@C, A$D, D£E
Result : I. E*B
II.C$A
III. D@E
CorrectExplanation: E > D = A>B< = C
IncorrectExplanation: E > D = A>B< = C
UnattemptedExplanation: E > D = A>B< = C
 Question 51 of 100
51. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningThe symbols are used as given below in an unique manner
P*Q means P is neither equal to Q nor lower.
P©Q means, P is not lower than Q
P$Q means, P is not greater not smaller than Q
P£Q means, P is not greater than Q nor equal to Q
P@Q means, P is not greater than QQuestion:
Statement : I©H, H$T, S£T, S@R
Result : I. I*T
II.I$T
III. S*H
CorrectExplanation: R=> S < T = H<=I
IncorrectExplanation: R=> S < T = H<=I
UnattemptedExplanation: R=> S < T = H<=I
 Question 52 of 100
52. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningStatement – Never before such a lucid book was available on this topic
Assumption – 1 Some other books available on this topic
Assumption 2 You can write lucid books on very few topics
CorrectIncorrectUnattempted  Question 53 of 100
53. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningQuestion What time does the office starts working?
Assumption 1 Some employees reach office at 9:00 am
Assumption 2 Some employees reach office at 4 pm
CorrectIncorrectUnattempted  Question 54 of 100
54. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningCAR : GARAGE :: AEROPLANE : ?
CorrectExplanation – First parked in second
IncorrectExplanation – First parked in second
UnattemptedExplanation – First parked in second
 Question 55 of 100
55. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningWax is related to Grease in the same way Milk is related to :
CorrectExplanation – First is used to prepare second.
IncorrectExplanation – First is used to prepare second.
UnattemptedExplanation – First is used to prepare second.
 Question 56 of 100
56. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningEntrepreneur: Profit :: Scholar : ?
CorrectExplanation – First wants second.
IncorrectExplanation – First wants second.
UnattemptedExplanation – First wants second.
 Question 57 of 100
57. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningA man walks 5km towards South and then turns to the right. After walking 3km he turns to the left and walks 5 km. Now in which direction is he from his starting point?
CorrectExplanation – He moves toward SouthWest.
IncorrectExplanation – He moves toward SouthWest.
UnattemptedExplanation – He moves toward SouthWest.
 Question 58 of 100
58. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningReena walked from A to B in the East 10 feet. Then she turned to the right and walked 3 feet again she turned to the right and walked 14 feet. How far is she from A?
CorrectIncorrectUnattempted  Question 59 of 100
59. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningMurti is facing east. He walked 4 km forward and then after turning to his right walked 3km. Again he turned to his right and walked 4 km. After this he turned back. Which direction was he facing at that time?
CorrectExplanation – It is clear if Murti turned back then he must be facing the directtion of East.
IncorrectExplanation – It is clear if Murti turned back then he must be facing the directtion of East.
UnattemptedExplanation – It is clear if Murti turned back then he must be facing the directtion of East.
 Question 60 of 100
60. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningLook at this series 664,332,340,170,….,89 What no. Should fill the blank
CorrectThis is an alternating division and addition series, first divide by 2 and then add 8.
IncorrectThis is an alternating division and addition series, first divide by 2 and then add 8.
UnattemptedThis is an alternating division and addition series, first divide by 2 and then add 8.
 Question 61 of 100
61. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningA toothpick is useful
Useful things are valuable
A toothpick is valuable.
If the first 2 statements are true then the third must be
CorrectTo the extent, that toothpick is useful, has a value.
IncorrectTo the extent, that toothpick is useful, has a value.
UnattemptedTo the extent, that toothpick is useful, has a value.
 Question 62 of 100
62. Question
1 pointsCategory: Reasoning9 16 23 30 37 44 51 What pair should come next
CorrectExplanation – Here is a simple addition series which begins with 9 and adds 7.
IncorrectExplanation – Here is a simple addition series which begins with 9 and adds 7.
UnattemptedExplanation – Here is a simple addition series which begins with 9 and adds 7.
 Question 63 of 100
63. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningQ 63 67 Read the sitting arrangement carefully and answer the following questions given below:
Total seven people A, B, C, D, E, F, G are sitting in circular format by facing toward the center of the circle. These all are from different professions Doctor, Writer, Painter, Banker, Manager, Reporter and Teacher. It is not compulsory that this arrangement is in same order. D is the 3^{rd} from left of A, Banker is sitting just right to the A and A is not Teacher. D is at 4^{th} right from the B and neither E nor G is the just neighbor of A. Teacher is sitting just left to the A. Manager is the neighbor of D. Painter is sitting in between of Doctor and Manager. Doctor is sitting right to the banker. C is teacher. Reporter is sitting in between of Banker and teacher. E is the 3rd left of teacher.Question: Who is Doctor?
CorrectIncorrectUnattempted  Question 64 of 100
64. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningQ 63 67 Read the sitting arrangement carefully and answer the following questions given below:
Total seven people A, B, C, D, E, F, G are sitting in circular format by facing toward the center of the circle. These all are from different professions Doctor, Writer, Painter, Banker, Manager, Reporter and Teacher. It is not compulsory that this arrangement is in same order. D is the 3^{rd} from left of A, Banker is sitting just right to the A and A is not Teacher. D is at 4^{th} right from the B and neither E nor G is the just neighbor of A. Teacher is sitting just left to the A. Manager is the neighbor of D. Painter is sitting in between of Doctor and Manager. Doctor is sitting right to the banker. C is teacher. Reporter is sitting in between of Banker and teacher. E is the 3rd left of teacher.Question: According to the above arrangement which one is not a couple out of these five
CorrectIncorrectUnattempted  Question 65 of 100
65. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningRead the sitting arrangement carefully and answer the following questions given below:
Total seven people A, B, C, D, E, F, G are sitting in circular format by facing toward the center of the circle. These all are from different professions Doctor, Writer, Painter, Banker, Manager, Reporter and Teacher. It is not compulsory that this arrangement is in same order. D is the 3^{rd} from left of A, Banker is sitting just right to the A and A is not Teacher. D is at 4^{th} right from the B and neither E nor G is the just neighbor of A. Teacher is sitting just left to the A. Manager is the neighbor of D. Painter is sitting in between of Doctor and Manager. Doctor is sitting right to the banker. C is teacher. Reporter is sitting in between of Banker and teacher. E is the 3rd left of teacher.Question:
Who is sitting just right to the Banker?
CorrectIncorrectUnattempted  Question 66 of 100
66. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningWhich statement is wrong according to the above arrangement?
CorrectIncorrectUnattempted  Question 67 of 100
67. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningWho is Painter?
CorrectIncorrectUnattempted  Question 68 of 100
68. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningThree person A, B and C are standing in a row. There are five people in between of A and B and eight people between B and C. If there are three people in front of C and 21 people behind A. Then what is the minimum number of people ?
Correct<—–> A<—–> B<——>C<——>
21 5 8 321
<———>
<—–>C<——>A<——–>B——>
3 2 5 16
<—————8———>Incorrect<—–> A<—–> B<——>C<——>
21 5 8 321
<———>
<—–>C<——>A<——–>B——>
3 2 5 16
<—————8———>Unattempted<—–> A<—–> B<——>C<——>
21 5 8 321
<———>
<—–>C<——>A<——–>B——>
3 2 5 16
<—————8———>  Question 69 of 100
69. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningStatement : Even government run a campaign against Polio. 30 children found in state X. Because The father of those children were unaware from that campaign.
Course of Action 1: Govt should take an strong step against fathers.
Course of Action 2: Govt should take an strong step against doctors.CorrectBoth points are wrong. Instead of taking step govt must have to know about the reasoning behind this.
IncorrectBoth points are wrong. Instead of taking step govt must have to know about the reasoning behind this.
UnattemptedBoth points are wrong. Instead of taking step govt must have to know about the reasoning behind this.
 Question 70 of 100
70. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningThe film director wants an actress for the lead role of Lucy who perfectly fits the description that appears in the original screenplay. He is not willing to consider actresses who do not resemble the character as she is described in the screenplay, no matter how talented they are. The screenplay describes Lucy as an averagesized, forty something redhead, with deep brown eyes, very fair skin, and a brilliant smile. The casting agent has four actresses in mind.
Actress #1 is a stunning redhaired beauty who is 5’9″ and in her midtwenties. Her eyes are brown and she has an olive complexion.
Actress #2 has red hair, big brown eyes, and a fair complexion. She is in her midforties and is 5’5″.
Actress #3 is 5’4″ and of medium build. She has red hair, brown eyes, and is in her early forties.
Actress #4 is a blueeyed redhead in her early thirties. She’s of very slight build and stands at 5′.
CorrectActresses #2 and #3 possess most of the required traits. They both have red hair and brown eyes, are averagesized, and are in their forties. Actress #1 is very tall and is only in her midtwenties. She also has an olive complexion. Actress #4 is of very slight build and is in her early thirties. She also has blue eyes.
IncorrectActresses #2 and #3 possess most of the required traits. They both have red hair and brown eyes, are averagesized, and are in their forties. Actress #1 is very tall and is only in her midtwenties. She also has an olive complexion. Actress #4 is of very slight build and is in her early thirties. She also has blue eyes.
UnattemptedActresses #2 and #3 possess most of the required traits. They both have red hair and brown eyes, are averagesized, and are in their forties. Actress #1 is very tall and is only in her midtwenties. She also has an olive complexion. Actress #4 is of very slight build and is in her early thirties. She also has blue eyes.
 Question 71 of 100
71. Question
1 pointsCategory: EnglishComprehension : 71 – 80
Power and possession have been central pursuits of modern civilization for a long time. They blocked out or distorted other features of western renaissance which promised so much for humanity. What people have been and still being taught to prize are money, success, control over the lives of others, acquisition of more and more objects. Modern social, political and economic systems, whether capitalist, fascist or communist, reject in their working the basic principle that the free and creative unfoldment of every man, woman and child is the true measure of the worth of any society. Such unfoldment requires understanding and imagination, integrity and compassion, cooperation among people, and harmony between the human species and the rest of nature. Acquisitiveness and the pursuit of power have made the modern man an aggressor against that is nonhuman, an exploiter and oppressor of those who are poor, meek and unorganized, a pathological type which hates and distrusts the world and suffers from both acute loneliness and false pride.
The need for a new renaissance is deeply felt by those sensitive and conscientious men and women who not only perceive the dimension of the crisis of our age but who also realize that only through conscious and cooperative human effort may this crisis be met and probably even overcome.
According to passage, why has modern man turned out as an enemy of everything that is nonhuman?
CorrectIncorrectUnattempted  Question 72 of 100
72. Question
1 pointsCategory: EnglishPower and possession have been central pursuits of modern civilization for a long time. They blocked out or distorted other features of western renaissance which promised so much for humanity. What people have been and still being taught to prize are money, success, control over the lives of others, acquisition of more and more objects. Modern social, political and economic systems, whether capitalist, fascist or communist, reject in their working the basic principle that the free and creative unfoldment of every man, woman and child is the true measure of the worth of any society. Such unfoldment requires understanding and imagination, integrity and compassion, cooperation among people, and harmony between the human species and the rest of nature. Acquisitiveness and the pursuit of power have made the modern man an aggressor against that is nonhuman, an exploiter and oppressor of those who are poor, meek and unorganized, a pathological type which hates and distrusts the world and suffers from both acute loneliness and false pride.
The need for a new renaissance is deeply felt by those sensitive and conscientious men and women who not only perceive the dimension of the crisis of our age but who also realize that only through conscious and cooperative human effort may this crisis be met and probably even overcome.
Question: Which of the following is one of the requirements bringing out the best in man?
CorrectIncorrectUnattempted  Question 73 of 100
73. Question
1 pointsCategory: EnglishPower and possession have been central pursuits of modern civilization for a long time. They blocked out or distorted other features of western renaissance which promised so much for humanity. What people have been and still being taught to prize are money, success, control over the lives of others, acquisition of more and more objects. Modern social, political and economic systems, whether capitalist, fascist or communist, reject in their working the basic principle that the free and creative unfoldment of every man, woman and child is the true measure of the worth of any society. Such unfoldment requires understanding and imagination, integrity and compassion, cooperation among people, and harmony between the human species and the rest of nature. Acquisitiveness and the pursuit of power have made the modern man an aggressor against that is nonhuman, an exploiter and oppressor of those who are poor, meek and unorganized, a pathological type which hates and distrusts the world and suffers from both acute loneliness and false pride.
The need for a new renaissance is deeply felt by those sensitive and conscientious men and women who not only perceive the dimension of the crisis of our age but who also realize that only through conscious and cooperative human effort may this crisis be met and probably even overcome.
The real attainment of any society can be adjudged by which of the following?
CorrectIncorrectUnattempted  Question 74 of 100
74. Question
1 pointsCategory: EnglishPower and possession have been central pursuits of modern civilization for a long time. They blocked out or distorted other features of western renaissance which promised so much for humanity. What people have been and still being taught to prize are money, success, control over the lives of others, acquisition of more and more objects. Modern social, political and economic systems, whether capitalist, fascist or communist, reject in their working the basic principle that the free and creative unfoldment of every man, woman and child is the true measure of the worth of any society. Such unfoldment requires understanding and imagination, integrity and compassion, cooperation among people, and harmony between the human species and the rest of nature. Acquisitiveness and the pursuit of power have made the modern man an aggressor against that is nonhuman, an exploiter and oppressor of those who are poor, meek and unorganized, a pathological type which hates and distrusts the world and suffers from both acute loneliness and false pride.
The need for a new renaissance is deeply felt by those sensitive and conscientious men and women who not only perceive the dimension of the crisis of our age but who also realize that only through conscious and cooperative human effort may this crisis be met and probably even overcome.
The modern value systems encourage the importance of which one of the following?
CorrectIncorrectUnattempted  Question 75 of 100
75. Question
1 pointsCategory: EnglishPower and possession have been central pursuits of modern civilization for a long time. They blocked out or distorted other features of western renaissance which promised so much for humanity. What people have been and still being taught to prize are money, success, control over the lives of others, acquisition of more and more objects. Modern social, political and economic systems, whether capitalist, fascist or communist, reject in their working the basic principle that the free and creative unfoldment of every man, woman and child is the true measure of the worth of any society. Such unfoldment requires understanding and imagination, integrity and compassion, cooperation among people, and harmony between the human species and the rest of nature. Acquisitiveness and the pursuit of power have made the modern man an aggressor against that is nonhuman, an exploiter and oppressor of those who are poor, meek and unorganized, a pathological type which hates and distrusts the world and suffers from both acute loneliness and false pride.
The need for a new renaissance is deeply felt by those sensitive and conscientious men and women who not only perceive the dimension of the crisis of our age but who also realize that only through conscious and cooperative human effort may this crisis be met and probably even overcome.
The author hopes that the present crisis can be solved by
CorrectIncorrectUnattempted  Question 76 of 100
76. Question
1 pointsCategory: EnglishPower and possession have been central pursuits of modern civilization for a long time. They blocked out or distorted other features of western renaissance which promised so much for humanity. What people have been and still being taught to prize are money, success, control over the lives of others, acquisition of more and more objects. Modern social, political and economic systems, whether capitalist, fascist or communist, reject in their working the basic principle that the free and creative unfoldment of every man, woman and child is the true measure of the worth of any society. Such unfoldment requires understanding and imagination, integrity and compassion, cooperation among people, and harmony between the human species and the rest of nature. Acquisitiveness and the pursuit of power have made the modern man an aggressor against that is nonhuman, an exploiter and oppressor of those who are poor, meek and unorganized, a pathological type which hates and distrusts the world and suffers from both acute loneliness and false pride.
The need for a new renaissance is deeply felt by those sensitive and conscientious men and women who not only perceive the dimension of the crisis of our age but who also realize that only through conscious and cooperative human effort may this crisis be met and probably even overcome.
The western renaissance could not make total impact on today’s humanity because
CorrectIncorrectUnattempted  Question 77 of 100
77. Question
1 pointsCategory: EnglishPower and possession have been central pursuits of modern civilization for a long time. They blocked out or distorted other features of western renaissance which promised so much for humanity. What people have been and still being taught to prize are money, success, control over the lives of others, acquisition of more and more objects. Modern social, political and economic systems, whether capitalist, fascist or communist, reject in their working the basic principle that the free and creative unfoldment of every man, woman and child is the true measure of the worth of any society. Such unfoldment requires understanding and imagination, integrity and compassion, cooperation among people, and harmony between the human species and the rest of nature. Acquisitiveness and the pursuit of power have made the modern man an aggressor against that is nonhuman, an exploiter and oppressor of those who are poor, meek and unorganized, a pathological type which hates and distrusts the world and suffers from both acute loneliness and false pride.
The need for a new renaissance is deeply felt by those sensitive and conscientious men and women who not only perceive the dimension of the crisis of our age but who also realize that only through conscious and cooperative human effort may this crisis be met and probably even overcome.
Which of the following best describes the behavior of the modern man?
CorrectIncorrectUnattempted  Question 78 of 100
78. Question
1 pointsCategory: EnglishRead Comprehension from previous question
Which of the following statements is not true in the context of the passage?
CorrectIncorrectUnattempted  Question 79 of 100
79. Question
1 pointsCategory: EnglishRead Comprehension from previous question
The author appears to be advocating which of the following approaches to be adopted by the society?
CorrectIncorrectUnattempted  Question 80 of 100
80. Question
1 pointsCategory: EnglishWhat is the synonym of “Renaissance”?
CorrectIncorrectUnattempted  Question 81 of 100
81. Question
1 pointsCategory: EnglishQ 81 – 85 : Fill in the blanks by suitable words.
Philip Mason has …………the AngloIndian affair to a marriage which terminated in divorce by mutual consent.
CorrectIncorrectUnattempted  Question 82 of 100
82. Question
1 pointsCategory: EnglishAs usually happens in cases of divorces by mutual consent, when the time came to part , …… tears were shed by either spouse.
CorrectIncorrectUnattempted  Question 83 of 100
83. Question
1 pointsCategory: EnglishThe marriage counselor was invited by the divorce court to explain why the marriage went on the ……..
CorrectIncorrectUnattempted  Question 84 of 100
84. Question
1 pointsCategory: EnglishBy the turn of century, the English were firmly ……… on Indian soil.
CorrectIncorrectUnattempted  Question 85 of 100
85. Question
1 pointsCategory: EnglishThe one ……… effort made by Indians to rid themselves of the English took place in the summer of 1857.
CorrectIncorrectUnattempted  Question 86 of 100
86. Question
1 pointsCategory: EnglishQ86 – 90 : Error Detection
Like the commission has recommended in its report, the rules need to be enforced more strictly.
Correctreplace like by as . Like is used to show similarity
Incorrectreplace like by as . Like is used to show similarity
Unattemptedreplace like by as . Like is used to show similarity
 Question 87 of 100
87. Question
1 pointsCategory: EnglishShould these measures fail to restore order harsher restrictions will have to be imposed.
CorrectHere should has been used as if.
IncorrectHere should has been used as if.
UnattemptedHere should has been used as if.
 Question 88 of 100
88. Question
1 pointsCategory: EnglishOne of the issues specifically discussed were the new grantinaid policy of the State Government, especially in relation to universities.
CorrectReplace were by was. The subjectword is one.
IncorrectReplace were by was. The subjectword is one.
UnattemptedReplace were by was. The subjectword is one.
 Question 89 of 100
89. Question
1 pointsCategory: EnglishThis girl wrote an essay so well that her teacher was exceedingly pleased at her.
CorrectYou are pleased with a person.
IncorrectYou are pleased with a person.
UnattemptedYou are pleased with a person.
 Question 90 of 100
90. Question
1 pointsCategory: EnglishOne of the world’s smallest coins is found in the museum, which is quite near from the old fort.
CorrectYou are pleased with a person.
IncorrectYou are pleased with a person.
UnattemptedYou are pleased with a person.
 Question 91 of 100
91. Question
1 pointsCategory: EnglishQ91 – 95 : In each sentence below a group of words has been underlined. Below each four choices are given. Pick out the one which can substitute the underlined group of words correctly, without changing the meaning of the sentence. If the sentence requires no correction, give last option as the answer.
Had I realized we would never meet again, I would not have hurt him.
CorrectSentence may also be written as “if I had realized”
IncorrectSentence may also be written as “if I had realized”
UnattemptedSentence may also be written as “if I had realized”
 Question 92 of 100
92. Question
1 pointsCategory: EnglishAnyone can now gather a vast amount of information if you have access to the internet.
CorrectYou can’t refer to anyone. We need third person singular.
IncorrectYou can’t refer to anyone. We need third person singular.
UnattemptedYou can’t refer to anyone. We need third person singular.
 Question 93 of 100
93. Question
1 pointsCategory: EnglishShe prepares tea, works on computer and then doing her homework.
CorrectParallelism should be maintained in the structure. Doing does not go along with prepares and works.
IncorrectParallelism should be maintained in the structure. Doing does not go along with prepares and works.
UnattemptedParallelism should be maintained in the structure. Doing does not go along with prepares and works.
 Question 94 of 100
94. Question
1 pointsCategory: EnglishThe grocer hadn’t hardly any of those kind of soap.
CorrectHardly is negative. So replace hadn’t with had. Besides, plural those will go along with plural kinds.
IncorrectHardly is negative. So replace hadn’t with had. Besides, plural those will go along with plural kinds.
UnattemptedHardly is negative. So replace hadn’t with had. Besides, plural those will go along with plural kinds.
 Question 95 of 100
95. Question
1 pointsCategory: EnglishMy teacher believed that I would get over my problems and get the results I would be producing before.
CorrectThe situation would return to what it had been before.
IncorrectThe situation would return to what it had been before.
UnattemptedThe situation would return to what it had been before.
 Question 96 of 100
96. Question
1 pointsCategory: EnglishQ96 100 In given sentences some part is idioms and phrases, choose the alternative which best expresses the meaning of the idiom/phrase.
The little girl with her flawless performance stole the show.
CorrectIncorrectUnattempted  Question 97 of 100
97. Question
1 pointsCategory: EnglishThe thief was on good terms with the police.
CorrectIncorrectUnattempted  Question 98 of 100
98. Question
1 pointsCategory: EnglishShe could never measure up to her parent’s expectation.
CorrectIncorrectUnattempted  Question 99 of 100
99. Question
1 pointsCategory: EnglishJohn’s offer of help was turned down by the police.
CorrectIncorrectUnattempted  Question 100 of 100
100. Question
1 pointsCategory: EnglishWhen the principal was entering the class, all my friends quietly disappeared, leaving me alone to face the music.
CorrectIncorrectUnattempted
What is the passing marks of sbi po preliminary exam……please tell me……..n preliminary exam practices book are not available in market when it is come…..please please tell me…….
There is nothing like passing marks. But you have to clear the cutoff for next round. As you know this is first time when SBI will arrange prelims, That’s why practice books are not available in the market.
But you can practice with our test series.
Thanks you very much this website is very useful for us….
Only this types question are asks in sbi po preliminary exam…or other types if yes then please provide some more question of all subject…..
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