Quant Quiz

Q1. The compound interest on a sum for 2 years is Rs. 832 and the simple interest on the same sum for the same period is Rs. 800. The difference between the compound and simple interest for 3 years will be?

A)67        B)36           C) 56             D) 60               E) 33.33

Q2. A letter is chosen at random from the word ‘ASSASSINATION’. What is the probability that it is a consonant?

A)7/13              B) 9/13           C) 2/13             D) 5/13            E) 10/13

Q3. If the compound interest on a certain sum for 2 years in Rs. 80.80 and the simple interest Rs. 80; then the rate of interest per annum is?

A)1 %          B) 2 %         C) 3 %         D) 4 %        E) 5 %

Q4. A person invested in all Rs. 2600 at 4%, 6% and 8% per annum simple interest. At the end of the year, he got the same interest in all three cases. The money invested at 4% is:?

A)1000          B) 1500         C) 1800         D) 1200        E) 2000

Q5. Two trains running in opposite directions cross a man standing on the platform in 27 seconds and 17 seconds respectively . If they cross each other in 23 seconds, what is the ratio of their speeds?

A)1:2           B) 2:3        C) 3:2         D) 3:4           E) 4:3

Q6. Two employees X and Y are paid a total of Rs. 550 per week by their employer. If X is paid 120 percent of the sum paid to Y, how much is Y paid per week?

A) 100            B) Rs. 150           C) Rs. 200            D) Rs. 225           E) Rs. 250

Q7. In a competitive examination in State A, 6% candidates got selected from the total appeared candidates. State B had an equal number of candidates appeared and 7% candidates got selected with 80 more candidates got selected than A. What was the number of candidates appeared from each State?

A)6667            B) 7500        C) 8000         D) 8500           E) 9996

Q8. Prashant bought a car and paid 10 % less than the original price. He sold it  to Vartika with 30% profit on the price he had paid. What percentage of profit did he earn on the original price?

A)14%            B) 15%        C) 67%         D) 17%           E) 20%

Q9. A man purchased 30 kg of rice at the rate of Rs. 17.5. per kg and another 30 kg rice at a certain rate. He mix the two and sold the entire quantity at the rate of Rs. 18.60/kg and made 20%overall profit.At what Price per kg did he purchased the lot of another 30 kg rice?

A)20              B) Rs.16.67          C) Rs. 17         D) Rs. 13.50         E) Rs. 25

Q10. A and B can finish a work 30 days if they work together. They worked together for 20 days and then B left. A finished the remaining work in another 20 days. In how many days A alone can finish the work?

A)40            B) 50           C) 55            D) 60            E) 45


1. C            2. A                3. B                4. D               5. C             6. E              7. C                 8. D               9. D            10.D


Reasoning Quiz

Directions:(1-5)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:  so fo 19 ot 99 27 ca 45

Step 1:  ca so fo 19 ot 99 27 45

Step 2:  ca 99 so fo 19 ot 27 45

Step 3:  ca 99 fo so 19 ot 27 45

Step 4:  ca 99 fo 45 so 19 ot 27

Step 5:  ca 99 fo 45 ot so 19 27

Step 6:  ca 99 fo 45 ot 27 so 19

Step 6 is the last step of the rearrangement of the above input. As per the rules followed in the following questions the appropriate step for the given input.

Q1.Input : ma ho fo 18 ag 89 21 47

Which of the following will be step 2?

A) ag 89 ho ma fo 18 21 47            B) ag 89 ma 18 ho fo 21 47             C) ag 89 ma ho fo 18 21 47             D) Can not be determined

E)None of these

Q2.Input: bo al 25 57 67 gr ne 39

 Which of the following will be step 4?

A) al 67 bo 57 gr ne 25 39          B) al 67 bo 57 gr 39 25 ne              C) al 67 bo 57 gr 25 ne 39           D) Can not be determined

E)None of these

Q3.Input: on al 36 28 49 sl ma 59

 which of the following will be last?

A) 6            B) 7            C) 5            D) 8           E)None of these

Q4.Step 3 of an input is : be 69 do 19 27 ti fi 39

 which of the following will be last but one?

A) 6          B) 7          C) 8            D) 5            E) 4

Q5. Step 2 of an input is : ea 77 39 47 he go 29 mo

 Which of the following is definitely the input?

A) 47 77 39 ea he go 29 mo       B) 29 39 77 47 he go ea mo        C) he 29 39 77 47 go ea mo           D) Cannot be determined

E)None of these

Directions (6-10): In each of the following questions two/three statements are given and these statements are followed by two conclusions numbered (1) and (2). You have to take the given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance from commonly known facts. Read the conclusions and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows from the two given statements, disregarding commonly known facts. Give answer:

(1) If only (I) conclusion follows           

(2) If only (II) conclusion follows

(3) If either (I) or (II) follows

(4) If neither (I) nor (II) follows

(5) If both (I) and (II) follow

Q6. Statements: Some E are C.

All C are B.

Conclusions: I. All E being B is a possibility.            II. Some B are not E.

Q7. Statements: No T is a S.

Some S are R.

Conclusions: I. No R is a T.           II. Some R are T.

Q8. Statements: All physics are chemistry.

No chemistry is biology.

All biology are maths.

Conclusions: I. No maths is chemistry.               II. All physics being maths is a possibility.

For (9-10): 

Statements: All C are A.

No A is an O. All O are M.

Q9.Conclusions: I. No M is a C.                   II. All A being M is a possibility.

Q10.Conclusions: I. No C is an O.              II. All C being M is a possibility.

Directions (11-15): Given below some words are coded in a certain language. Study these information and answer the following questions

Take fresh vegetables – le ra sa

Fresh and pure water – sa mi nu te

Take sweet water – ra mi fi

Safe and pure – nu te ze

Q11.In this code language what does ‘mi’ stand for-

A) fresh         B) and            C) pure               D) water           E) cannot be determined

Q12.Which code must be for ‘pure’?

A) sa            B) mi            C) nu          D) te                E) cannot be determined

Q13.How we can write ‘take safe water’ in this code language?

A) ra ze mi              B) ra zi fi          C) ze mi la               D) ra sa nu             E) ra nu te

Q14. In this language ‘go and take’ may be written as:

A) ne te ra               B) te ra fi                C) nu mi sa          D) nu ki ra               E) Both A and D

Q15. For which word code ‘te’ is used?

A) nu              B) te              C) sa               D) ra             E) cannot be determined


1. C            2. C             3. C               4. A             5. D              6.A           7.C              8.B            9.B            10.E
11. D: mi ?water
12. E: and  pure ?nu  fe
13. A: Take (ra) safe (ze) water (mi)
14. E: Go (New code)  and (nu/tc) take (ra)(nu ki ra may be possibilities)
15. E: te and /pure


English (Mix Quiz)

Directions (Q. 1-10): In the following passage, some of the words have been left out, each of which is indicated by a number. Find the suitable word from the options given against each number and fill up the blanks with appropriate words to make the paragraph meaningful.
In recent years, the banking industry has been undergoing rapid changes, reflecting a number of (1) developments. The most significant has been advances in communication and information technology. Which have (2) and broadened the (3) of financial information while lowering the costs of many financial activities. A second key (4) for change has been the increasing competition among a broad (5) of domestic and foreign institutions in providing banking and (6) financial services. Third, financial activity has become larger relative to overall economic activity in most economies. This has meant that any (7) of the financial markets or financial infrastructure has broader economic (8) than fight have been the case (9). These developments have (10) consequences for the institutional and systematic structure of the financial structure of the financial sector in general and banking in particular.
Q1. 1) challenging           2) subjective            3) situated         4) underlying           5) principled
Q2. 1) measured            2) motioned         3) habituated       4) processed        5) accelerated
Q3.  1) concealment            2) disagreement           3) dissemination             4) sowing         5) differentiation
Q4. 1) force             2) impetus             3) pull            4) movement           5) energy
Q5. 1) group              2) rank             3) place           4) range             5) row
Q6. 1) personal               2) relegated              3) related             4) noticed              5) referenced
Q7. 1) disruption                2) dissociation                3) shattering              4) split                 5) dissection
Q8. 1) branches                 2) clusters                3) arrangement             4) ramifications           5) subdivisions
Q9. 1) closely                2) previously             3) timely             4) hastily               5) questioningly
Q10. 1) stately               2) manifold             3) shrinking            4) applicable            5) functioning
Directions (Q. 11-15): Rearrange the following sentences to form a meaningful paragraph and answer the questions given below:
(A) We must explore new methods of boosting agricultural development and grow more food.
(B) The scientists should be encouraged to contribute.
(C) Food can also be had by import.
(D) The most important factor in any planning for India’s development and economic uplift is that of turning a hungry, discontented people into a happy well-fed one.
(E) Whatever be the way and means, India must feed its hungry millions.
(F) They should be given due scope for carrying on experiments and researches.
(B) The problem, therefore, reduces itself to one of agricultural development.
Q11. Which of the following is the fourth sentence in the paragraph?

1) A           2)D           3) E          4) G         5) F
Q12. Which of the following is fifth sentence in the paragraph?

1) G             2) A          3) D         4) C           5) E
Q13. Which of the following is the third sentence in the paragraph?

1) F            2) A             3) G          4) D             5) E
Q14. Which of the following is the last sentence in the paragraph?

1) F            2) C            3) D           4) B             5) G
Q15. Which of the following is the second sentence in the paragraph?

1) B           2) E               3) C              4) G            5) F


1.  4          2.  5           3.  3            4.  2            5.  4         6.  3         7.  1            8.  4               9.  2             10. 2             11. 1            12. 4           13. 3              14. 1            15. 2


Computer Quiz

Q1. A page fault:

a) Is an error in a specific page          b) Occurs when a program accesses a page of memory

c) Is an access to a page not currently in memory       d) None of these                e) All the above

Q2. The process of transferring data intended for a peripheral device into a disk (or intermediate store) so that it can be transferred to peripheral at a more convenient time or in bulk, is known as ___

a) Multiprogramming             b) Spooling              c) Caching            d) Virtual programming             e) Clearing

Q3. An instruction in a programming language that is replaced by a sequence of instructions prior to assembly or compiling is known as ___

a) procedure name              b) macro              c) label            d) literal              e) mini

Q4. Banker’s algorithm for resource allocation deals with:

a) Deadlock prevention        b) Deadlock avoidance             c) Deadlock recovery               d) Mutual exclusion               e) None of these

Q5. The state of a process after it encounters an I/O instruction is ___

a) Ready          b) Blocked/Waiting                c) Idle            d) Running              e) Coding

Q6. The number of processes completed per unit time is known as _____.

a) Output       b) Throughput            c) Efficiency           d) Capacity           e) Input

Q7. Which of the following file name extension suggests that the file is Backup copy of another file?

a) TXT          b) COM              c) BAS           d) BAK           e) BAT

Q8. Which technique was introduced because a single job could not keep both the CPU and the I/O devices busy?

a) Time-sharing           b) Spooling              c) Preemptive scheduling           d) Multiprogramming             e) Multi tasking

Q9. A sequence of instructions, in a computer language, to get the desired result, is known as:

a) Algorithm            b) Decision Table            c) Program          d) All of the above            e) None of these

Q10. Information in a memory that is no longer valid or wanted is known as:

a) Non-volatile         b) Volatile           c) Surplus           d) Garbage            e) Dustbin


1) c            2) b              3) b              4) b        5) b             6) b             7) d              8) d             9) c          10) d

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