Q1. (2432 + 587 + 1415) ÷ 378 = ?
(1) 18 (2) 16 (3) 12 (4) 9 (5) 22
Q2. 74.7 + 13.07 × 6.91 = ?
(1) 178 (2) 186 (3) 152 (4) 158 (5) 165
Q3.27 × 373 ÷ 16 = ?
(1) 630 (2) 644 (3) 598 (4) 614 (5) 618
Q4. √230 * √15 = ?
(1) 70 (2) 90 (3) 40 (4) 60 (5) 50
Q5. 1725 ÷ 35 ÷ 12 = ?
(1) 3 (2) 6 (3) 4 (4) 5 (5) 7
Directions (6-10) : What should come in place of the question mark (?) in the following number series ?
Q6. 10, 18, 28, 40, 54, ?
(1) 66 (2) 70 (3) 68 (4) 72 (5) None of these
Q7. 18, 72, 9, ?, 6.75, 135
(1) 108 (2) 102 (3) 144 (4) 160 (5) None of these
Q8. 187.5, 182, 171, ?, 132.5, 105, 72
(1) 145.5 (2) 155.5 (3) 154.5 (4) 144.5 (5) None of these
Q9. 435, 556, 700, 869, ?, 1290
(1) 1045 (2) 1094 (3) 1038 (4) 1068 (5) None of these
Q10. 7, 35, 175, ?, 4375, 21875
(1) 1575 (2) 875 (3) 675 (4) 1275 (5) None of these
The difference between consecutive terms is 8, 10, 12, 14 and so on.
The pattern is ×4, ÷8 , ×12, ÷16 and so on.
The pattern is -5.5, -11, -16.5, -22 and so on.
The difference between consecutive terms is 11^2, 12^2, 13^2 and so on.
The pattern is ×5, ×5 and so on.
Directions (1-5): Each of the questions below has a few statements followed by four conclusions numbered I, II and III. You have to consider every given statements as true, even if it does not conform to the well known facts. Read the conclusions and then decide which of the conclusions can be logically derived.
Q1. Statement: Some People are good. Some good are not bad. All bad are human beings.
Conclusion: I. All People are bad is a possibility II. At least some Human being are people. III. No human being is good
(1) Only I follows (2) Only I & III follows (3) Only II follows (4) Either I or II and III follows (5) None of these
Q2. Statement: Some more are loss. No loss is a profit. Some profit which are more are sale.
Conclusion: I. All loss can be sale is a possibility. II. Some loss is sale. III. Some more are not profit.
(1) Only I follows (2) Only II follows (3) Only III follows (4) None follow (5) Only I & III follow
Q3. Statement: No institute is a School. No School is a College. Some College is a University.
Conclusion: I. No Institute is a College. II. All School is a University is a possibility III. Some University is not a School.
(1) None Follows (2) Only I & II follows (3) Only II & III follows (4) Only III follows (5) None of these
All Inbox are Spam. All Message are Spam. Some Inbox are Draft.
Conclusion: I. No Inbox is a message is a possibility. II. Some Inbox which are draft are also message.
III. All draft can be Spam is a possibility.
(1) Only I follows (2) Only II follows (3) Only II & III follows (4) Only I & III follows (5) All follow
Q5. Statement: No News is a Serial. Some Serials are Movies. Some movies which are serials are also films.
Conclusion: I. Some movies are not news. II. Some serials are films. III. All film can be news is a possibility.
(1) All follow (2) Only I and Either II or III follows (3) Only II and Either I or III follows (4) Only I & II follows
(5) None of these
Directions (6-10): Each of the questions below has a few statements, followed by three conclusions numbered I, II, III. Read the conclusions and then decide which of the conclusions can be logically derived.
Q6. Statement: P > Q , R < Q , S > P , P < M
Conclusion: I. M > S II. R < M III. Q = SOnly I is true 2. Only II is true 3. Only III is true. 4. Only I & III is true 5. All are true
1. Only I is true 2. Only II is true 3. Only III is true. 4. Only I & III is true 5. All are true
Q7. Statement : A < B , C > N , O = B , N > A
Conclusion: I. B > C II. B < C III. C > O
1. Only III & Either I or II is true 2. Only II & III is true 3. Only Either I or II is true 4. All I, II & III are true. 5. None of these
Q8. Statement: T < E , D < F , T > F , R > D
Conclusion: I. F < E II. T > D III. R > T
1. Only II & III are true 2. Only I & II are true 3. All I, II & III are true 4. None are true 5. None of these
Q9. Statement: V > W , Y < Z < X , W > Z
Conclusion: I. V > Z , II. Y < W , III. X > V
1. Only III is true. 2. Only I & II is true 3. Only I & III is true. 4. Only II & III is true 5. None of these
Q10. Statement: H > P < Q , L > T , L < H
Conclusion: I. T < H II. L < Q III. P > TOnly I is true. 2. Only I & II is true 3. None are true. 4. Only III is true5. All are true
1. Only I is true. 2. Only I & II is true 3. None are true. 4. Only III is true5. All are true
Directions (11-15):Read the following information and answer the given questions.
N 3 $ A 2 % P 5 # 7 E R D 11 T 9 B O
Q11. How many words can be formed by fourth, eleventh and sixteenth letter when counted from left hand side. If no such word can be formed then give answer X and if more than three words can be formed than give answer Y.
(1) One (2) Two (3) Three (4) X (5) Y
Q12. How many consonants are there which is immediately preceded by symbol and immediately followed by number?
(1) None (2) One (3) Two (4) More than three (5) None of these
Q13. If the above given arrangement is written in reverse order then which letter/symbol/number will be eighth to the left of the letter/symbol/number which is seventh from the right end.
(1) 2 (2) 11 (3) T (4) E (5) A
Q14. If starting from A each alternate letter/number/symbol will be deleted which letter/number/symbol will be 3rd to the left of the letter/number/symbol which is 4th from the right end.
(1) 7 (2) 11 (3) O (4) % (5) R
Q15. In the above arrangement what is the difference between such numbers which are followed by a symbol and such vowels which are immediately preceded by a symbol?
(1) 1 (2) 2 (3) 3 (4) 4 (5) None of these
- (1)Only I follows
- (3)Only III follows
- (3)Only II & III follows.
- (4)Only I & III follows
- (4)Only I & II follows
- (2) S > P> Q > R, P < M
- M > S is not true.
- R < M is true.
III. Q = S is not true.
- (3) C > N > A < B = O
III. C > O
Only Either I or II is true.
Either B is greater or smaller or equal to C.
- (2) E> T > F > D < R
- F < E is true
- T > D
III. R > T
- (2)V > W > Z < X , Y < Z
- V > Z is true
- Y < W is true
III. X > V is not true.
Only I & II is true
- (1) T < L < H > P < Q
- T<H is true
- L < Q is not true
III.P > T is not true
- (3) Three words can be formed – TEA, ATE, EAT
- (2) One % P 5
- (3) reverse order: O B 9 T 11 D R E 7 # 5 P % 2 A $ 3 N
Eighth to the left & seventh to the right of letter/symbol/number will be 8 + 7 = 15th to the right hand side is T
- (4): When we delete alternate letter/number/symbol starting from A, then new series will
A % 5 7 R 11 9 0
So, 3rd to the left and 4th from the right end = 7th from right end is %
- (2) Total Numbers which are followed by a symbol are: three – 3 $, 2 %, 5 #
Total vowels which are immediately preceded by a symbol are one – $ A
Difference b/w them = 3- 1 =2
Directions(Q.1–5): Read each sentence to find out whether there is any grammatical error in it. The error, if any, will be in one part of the sentence, the letter of that part will be the answer. If there is no error, mark (E) as the answer. (Ignore errors of punctuation, if any.)
Q1. He heard the guard 1)/ blowing whistle and knew 2)/ it is time for him 3)/ to enter the train. 4)/ No error 5)
Q2.He telephoned from a public call-box 1)/ so that the call 2)/ would not be traced 3)/ to his own address. 4)/ No error 5)
Q3.It has been better 1)/ to put your money in a bank 2)/ than to keep it under 3)/ your bed in a suitcase. 4)/ No error 5)
Q4.If you would have read 1)/ the instructions carefully 2)/ you would not have 3)/ answered the questions wrongly. 4)/ No error 5)
Q5.I can see through 1)/ her sudden friendliness; / 2)/ she wants me to look over 3)/ her dog while she is away. 4)/ No error 5)
Directions(Q.6-10)Which of the phrases (1), (2), (3) and (4) given below each statement should replace the phrase printed in bold in the sentence to make it grammatically correct? If the sentence is correct as it is given, mark (5) as the answer.
Q6.The inexperienced trainee accidental turned off the lights during presentation.
1) Has accidentally turn off 2) By accident turn on 3) Accidentally turned off 4) Accidentally turning off
5) No correction required
Q7.Attempts by both parties to reach for a consensus have not succeeded.
1) Reach at 2) To reach 3) In reaching to 4) To reach upon 5) No correction required
Q8.Children nowadays are watching too much television.
1) To much of 2) More of 3) Very much of 4) Much on 5) No correction required
Q9.The approach has affectedly the methodology of research.
1) Have affectedly 2) Has affect 3) Has affected 4) Will affectedly 5) No correction required
Q10.The research reported here is based at a survey.
1) Based on a 2) Base at a 3) Based on an 4) Based into a 5) No correction required
Directions(Q.11-15):Each question below has two blanks, each blank indicating that something has been omitted. Choose the set of words for each blank which best fits the meaning of the sentence as a whole.
Q11.How people would ……… In a particular situation cannot be …… with perfect accuracy.
1) think, observed 2) act, expected 3) behave, predicted 4) react, analyzed 5) feel, resolved
Q12.When the mob turned ………, the police opned fire to control the …… Situation.
1) away, burning 2) up, untoward 3) around, devastating 4) quietly, aggravate 5) hostile, rioting
Q13. The government ……… down the opposition ………… for a joint parliamentary committee probe.
1) boiled, proposal 2) shot, demand 3) put, leaders 4) whipped portfolio 5) struck, party
Q14. The handwriting on the letter was very ……… none could ……… It.
1) legible, write 2) illegible, read 3) original, reorganize 4) faint, notice 5) shabby, identify
Q15.The delay in completing the task ………….. can be attributed to their ………… .
1) Expeditiously, lethargy 2) Fully, punctuality 3) Economically, rigidity 4) Religiously, strictness
5) Carefully, perfectionismAnswer & Explanation
1.(3) It should be ‘was’ in place of ‘is’ because the other part of the sentence is in past tense.
2.(3) Change ‘would not be traced’ to ‘could not be traced’ because ‘would not’ expresses futurity where as ‘could not’ expresses possibility in negative sense. Here the intention of the writer is to avoid the possibility of being traced out. Hence, in place of ‘would not’, ‘could not’ should be used.
3.(1) Change the first part as ‘It would be better….’
4.(1) The sentence should start as ‘if you had read
5.(3) The right phrase will be ‘to look after’ in place of ‘to look over’.
6.(3) In order to arrive at the correct option, let us consider all the options one by one. Option (1) – has accidentally turn off. ‘Has’ takes V3. Therefore ‘turn off’ should have been ‘turned off’. Hence reject this option. Option (2) has ‘turn on’, we cannot replace ‘off’ with ‘on’. Hence, this option also is incorrect. Option (3) ‘Accidentally turned off’ is absolutely correct. There is no need to justify option (4) any further.
7.(2) The word ‘reach’ does not take preposition with it. Therefore, options (1), (3) and (4) are ruled out. Option (2) is the only correct option.
8.(5) No correction required
9.(3) There is no word ‘affectedly’ as such. The correct word is ‘affect’. Because of the use of ‘affectedly’, options (1) and (4) are ruled out. Option (2) has ‘had’ in place of ‘has’. The use of ‘had’ changes the structure of the sentence from present tense to past tense. Such type of substitution of verbs which changes the meaning of the sentence cannot be allowed. Hence option (2) cannot be a correct option. Now, we come to option (3). We see that there is no change in the first word ‘has’. As we know, ‘has’ takes V3, the V3 of affect ie, ‘affected’ is also written here. Hence option (3) is absolutely correct.
10.(1) The correct phrase is ‘based on’ Options (2) and (4) are ruled out because of the use of ‘at’ and ‘into’ in options (2) and (4) respectively. Due to the use of ‘an’, option (3), becomes incorrect. The article ‘an’ cannot be used before a word starting with consonant. Thus, we come to conclusion that option (1) is the only correct option.
Q1. Which one is the first search engine in internet?
(a) Google (b) Archie (c) Altavista (d) WAIS (e) None of these
Q2. Number of bit used by the IPv6 address?
(a) 32 bit (b) 64 bit (c) 128 bit (d) 256 bit (e) None of these
Q3. Which one is the first web browser invented in 1990?
(a) Internet Explorer (b) Mosaic (c) Mozilla (d) WorldWideWeb (e) None of these
Q4. Which of the following programming language is used to craete programs like applets?
(a) COBOL (b) C Language (c) Java (d) BASIC (e) None of these
Q5. First computer virus is known as?
(a) Rabbit (b) Creeper Virus (c) Elk Cloner (d) SCA Virus (e) None of these
Q6. Which one programming language is exclusively used for artificial intelligence?
(a) C (b) Java (c) J2EE (d) Prolog (e) None of these
Q7. Firewall in computer is used for?
(a) Security (b) Data Transmission (c) Authentication (d) Monitoring (e) None of these
Q8. A dual layer Blue-ray Disc can store data up to…….
(a) 20GB (b) 35 GB (c) 12 GB (d) 50 GB (e) None of these
Q9. Which of the following is not an operating system?
(a) DOS (b) Mac (c) C (d) Linux (e) None of these
Q10. Which of the following is not a database management software?
(a) MySQL (b) Oracle (c) Sybase (d) COBOL (e) None of these
Q11. Number of layers in the OSI (Open Systems Interconnection) Model?
(a) 9 (b) 3 (c) 7 (d) 11 (e) None of these
Q.12. 1024 bit is equal to how many byte?
(a) 1 Byte (b) 128 Byte (c) 32 Byte (d) 64 Byte (e) None of these
Q13. Mac Operating System is developed by which company?
(a) IBM (b) Apple (c) Microsoft (d) Samsung (e) None of these
Q14. Where is the headquter of Microsoft office located?
(a) Texas (b) NewYork (c) California (d) Washington
Q15. .gif is an extension of?
(a) Image file (b) Video file (c) Audio file (d) Word file (e) None of these
1. B 2. C 3. D 4. C 5. B 6. D 7. A 8. D 9. C 10. D 11. C 12. B 13. B 14. D 15. A