Q1.The length of a rectangular plot is thrice its breadth. If the area of the rectangular plot is 7803 sq. meter, what is the breadth of the rectangular plot?
(1) 51 meters (2) 153 meters (3) 104 meters (4) 88 meters (5) None of these
Q2.What would be the compound interest obtained on an amount of Rs. 20000 at the rate of 15 p.c.p.a. after 4 years?
(1) Rs. 14,980.125 (2) Rs. 19,680.125 (3) Rs. 16.780.125 (4) Rs. 18,980.125 (5) None of these
Q3.Mr.Duggal invested Rs. 20000 with rate of interest at 20 p.c.p.a. The interest was compounded half yearly for first year and in the next year it was compounded yearly. What will be the total interest earned at the end of two years?
(1) Rs. 8,800 (2) Rs. 9,040 (3) Rs. 8,040 (4) Rs. 9,800 (5) None of these
Q4.What will be the compound interest accrued on an amount of Rs. 10000 at the rate of 20 p.c.p.a. in two years if the interest is compounded half yearly?
(1) Rs. 4400 (2) Rs. 4600 (3) Rs. 4641 (4) Rs. 4680 (5) None of these
Q5.One card is drawn at random from a pack of 52 cards. What is the probability that the card drawn is a face card (Jack, Queen and King only)?
(1) 1/13 (2) 3/13 (3) 1/4 (4) 9/52 (5) None of these
Q6.A bag contains 6 black and 8 white balls. One ball is drawn at random. What is the probability that the ball drawn is white?
(1) 3/4 (2) 4/7 (3) 1/8 (4) 3/7 (5) None of these
Q7.While selling a watch, a shopkeeper gives a discount of 15%. If he gives a discount of 20%, he earns Rs. 51 less as profit. What is the original price of the watch?
(1) Rs. 920 (2) Rs. 985 (3) Rs. 1125 (4) Rs. 1020 (5) None of these
Q8.A shopkeeper sold a T.V. set for 17,940/-, with a discount of 8% and gained 19.6% If no discount is allowed, what will he his gain per cent?
(1) 25% (2) 26.4% (3)24.8% (4) Cannot be determined (5) None of these
Q9.Prithvi spent Rs. 89,745 on his college fees. Rs.51,291 on Personality Development Classes and the remaining 27% of the total amount he had as cash with him. What was the total amount?
(1) Rs.1,85,400 (2) Rs. 1,89,600 (3) Rs.1,91,800 (4) Rs.1,93,200 (5) None of these
Q10.In a class of 65 students and 4 teachers, each student got sweets that are 20% of the total number of students and each teacher got sweets that are 40% of the total number of students. How many sweets were there?
(1) 845 (2) 897 (3) 949 (4) 104 (5) None of these
1. 1 2. 1 3. 2 4. 3 5.2 6.2 7.4 8. 5 9.4 10.3
Reasoning Quiz (Syllogism)
Directions (Q. 1-20): In each question below there are three statements followed by four conclusions numbered, I, II, III and IV. You have to take the given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance with commonly known facts. Read all the conclusions and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows from the given statements, disregarding commonly known facts.
Q1. Statements: a. No Cloud is Bird. b. Some Goats are Birds. c. All Cars are Goats.
Conclusions: I. No Car is Cloud. II. Some Cars are Birds. III. No Bird is Car. IV. Some Clouds are Goats.
1) Only III follows 2) Only either II or III follows 3) Only I follows 4) Only I and either II or III follow
5) None of these
Q2. Statements: a. All Grapes are Bananas. b. All Potatoes are Bananas. c. Some Bananas are Mangoes.
Conclusions: I. No Grape is Mango. II. Some Potatoes are not Mangoes. III. Some Grapes are Potatoes.
IV. All Mangoes are Grapes.
1) Only I follows 2) Either I or III follows 3) Only II & III follow 4) Only I, II & III follow 5) None of these
Q3. Statements: a. Some Cats are Rats. b. Some Rats are Ants. c. Some Ants are Flies.
Conclusions: I. Some Flies are Cats. II. Some Flies are not Ants. III. No Rat is Fly.
IV. No Cat is Fly.
1) Only I & IV follow 2) Only II follows 3) Only I & III follow 4) Only I or IV follows 5) None of these
Q4. Statements: a. All Chalks are Dusters b. Some Chalks are Boards. c. Some Dusters are Pens.
Conclusions: I. Some Pens are Chalks. II. Some Dusters are Boards. III. Some Pens are Boards.
IV. All Chalks are Pens.
1) Either I or IV follows 2) Only II & III follow 3) Either I or IV & II follow 4) Only II follows 5) None of these
Q5. Statements: a. Some Bags are Books. b. All Books are Boxes. c. No Box is Board.
Conclusions: I. Some Bags are not Boards. II. Some Bags are not Boxes. III. All Bags are Boxes.
IV. No Bag is Board.
1) Only I follows 2) I & either II or III follow 3) Only IV follows 4) Only II follows 5) None of these
Q6. Statements: Some streets are roads. Some roads are lanes. Some lanes are highways.
Conclusions: I. Some roads are not streets. II. No highway is street. III. Some streets are not roads.
IV. Some lanes are not roads.
1) Only III follows 2) Only IV and III follow 3) Either I or III follows 4) Both I and III follow 5) None of these
Q7. Statements: Some pencils are pens. All pens are erasers. All staplers are erasers.
Conclusions: I. Some pens are not pencils. II. All erasers are pencils. III. Some staplers are pens.
IV. Some staplers are pencils.
1) Only I follows 2) Only II follows 3) Only III follows 4) Only IV follows 5) None of these
Q8. Statements: Some tables are chairs. No cupboard is table. Some chairs are cupboards.
Conclusions: I. Some chairs are not tables. II. All chairs are either tables or cupboard
III. Some chairs are both tables and cupboards. IV. All chairs are tables.
1) Only I and IV follow 2) Only either II or III follow 3) Only IV follows 4) Either II or III & I follow
5) None of these
Q9. Statements: All birds are animals. Some animals are humans. All humans are mammals.
Conclusions: I. Some humans are not birds. II. Some birds are humans. III. Some animals are not mammals.
IV. All animals are mammals.
1) Only I and II follow 2) Either III or IV follows 3) Either I or II follows 4) Either I or II and either III or IV follow 5) None of these
Q10. Statements: Some leaves are fruits. All branches are fruits. Some roots are branches
Conclusions: I. Some roots are fruits. II. Some branches are leaves. III. No leaf is branch.
IV. Some leaves are roots.
1) Either II or III and I follow 2) Only I follows 3) Only either II or III follows 4) Only I and III follow
5) None of these
Q11. Statements: All books are notes. Some notes are pencils. No pencil is paper.
Conclusions: I. Some notes are books. II. Some pencils are books. III. Some books are papers.
IV. No book is a paper.
1) Only I follows 2) Only I and either III or IV follow 3) Either III or IV follows 4) Only I and III follow
5) None of these
Q12. Statements: Some cups are utensils. No utensil is a bucket. All buckets are plates.
Conclusions: I. Some cups are buckets. II. Some utensils are plates. III. No utensil is a plate.
IV. Some cups are plates.
1) Only I follows 2) Only III follows 3) Either II or III follows 4) Either III or IV follows 5) None of these
Q13. Statements: Some keys are locks. All locks are doors. Some doors are windows.
Conclusions: I. Some locks are windows. II. Some windows are keys. III. Some windows are doors.
IV. No window is a lock.
1) Either I or IV follows 2) Only II follows 3) Only III and IV follow 4) None follows 5) None of these
Q14. Statements: All pins are staplers. Some staplers are sharpeners. Some sharpeners are stands.
Conclusions: I. Some staplers are stands. II. Some sharpeners are pins. III. Some pins are stands.
IV. Some stands are sharpeners.
1) Only I and II follow 2) Only II and IV follow 3) Only III follows 4) Only IV follows 5) None of these
Q15. Statements: Some oranges are apples. All apples are guavas. No guava is a banana.
Conclusions: I. Some guavas are oranges. II. No apple is a banana. III. Some oranges are bananas.
IV. Some apples are bananas.
1) Only I and II follow 2) Only I and either II or IV follow 3) Only I, II and IV follow
4) Only III and either II or IV follow 5) None of these
Q16. Statements: Some spectacles are boxes. No bat is a ball. Some boxes are balls.
Conclusions: I. Some boxes are not bats. II. Some bats are spectacles. III. No bat is a box.
IV. No ball is a spectacle.
1) Only I follows 2) Only 1 & III follow 3) Only II and III follow 4) Only IV follows 5) None of these
Q17. Statements: All fans are tubelights. No pen is a bulb. Some bulbs are fans.
Conclusions: I. Some pens are tubelights. II. No pens are tubelights. III. Some tubelights are fans.
IV. All tubelights are fans.
1) Only I and II follow 2) Only I, II and III follow 3) Either I or II and III follow 4) Only III and IV follow
5) None of these
Q18. Statements: Some fruits are vegetables. All liquids are drinks. All drinks are fruits.
Conclusions: I. Some drinks are vegetables. II. Some fruits are liquids. III. All liquids are fruits.
IV. No liquids are vegetables.
1) Only I and II follow 2) Only II and III follow 3) Only III and IV follow 4) Only I, II & III follow
5) None of these
Q19. Statements: All shirts are trousers. Some socks are shoes. All shoes are shirts.
Conclusions: I. Some socks are shirts. II. Some socks are trousers. III. All shoes are trousers.
IV. All shoes are socks.
1) Only I and II follow 2) Only I or II or III follows 3) Only II and IV follow
4) Only III and IV follow 5) None of these
Q20. Statements: Some books are papers. All plates are records. Some records are books.
Conclusions: I. Some plates are books. II. Some records are papers. III. Some papers are plates.
IV. Some books are records.
1) Only I follows 2) Only II and III follow 3) Only I and III follow 4) Only IV follows 5) None of these
1. 2 2. 5 3. 4 4. 4 5. 2 6. 5 7. 5 8. 5 9. 4 10. 1 11. 2 12. 3 13. 5 14. 4 15. 1 16. 1 17. 3 18. 2 19. 5 20. 4
English Mix Quiz
Directions (Q.1-5). Read each sentence to find out whether there is any grammatical error or idiomatic error in it. The error, if any, will he in one part of the sentence. The number of that part is the answer. If there is ‘No error’, the answer is ‘5’. (Ignore errors of punctuation, if any).
Q1. 1) Imagine, if Pakistan and India have been together/ 2) the Taliban would have spread/ 3) its poison/ 4) all across India./ 5) No error
Q2. 1) When a nation starts to descend into a crisis/ 2) the satire and the ironic humour/ 3) of its hapless citizenry/ 4) begins to blossom./ 5) No error
Q3. 1) Syed Abdul Karim Tunda is thought to be the mastermind/ 2) behind several bomb incidents in various Indian cities/ 3) including a failed attempt in New Delhi/ 4) during the 2010 Commonwealth Games./ 5) No error
Q4. 1) Challenged by the leader of opposition in the Rajya Sabha/ 2) to explain the current economic crisis/ 3) the Prime Minister broke his vow of silence to say/ 4) there was no need to become panic. / 5) No error
Q5. 1) A federal court in New York has issued summon/ 2) to Congress president Sonia Gandhi for “shielding and protecting” leaders/ 3) of her party who were allegedly involved/ 4) in the anti-Sikh riots in India in 1984./ 5) No error
Directions (Q.6-10): Each question below has two blanks, each blank indicating that something has been omitted. Find out which option can be used to fill up the blanks in the sentence in the same sequence to make it meaning complete.
Q6. Yasin Bhatkal, who was wanted in over two dozen terror cases ____________ India and had dodged security agencies on several _____________, was arrested in Raxaul on the India-Nepal border.
1) of, months 2) around years 3) in, times 4) across, occasions 5) within, places
Q7. The Lok Sabha passed the land ___________ Bill, even as parties expressed _____________ on aspects of the legislation.
1) requisition, resentment 2) acquisition, reservations 3) requirement, anger 4) distribution, dissatisfaction 5) procurement, disappointment
Q8. Asaram, the self-styled god man, _____________ that Congress leaders Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi were behind _____________ him in the sexual assault case.
1) claimed, tarnishing 2) insulted, arresting 3) alleged, confining 4) asked, accusing
5) insinuated, framing
Q9. The government in UP has ______________ praise for its handling of the VHP’s plan for a Parikarma _____________ Ayodhya.
1) received, around 2) achieved, of 3) exclaimed, in 4) claimed, surrounding 5) obtained, round
Q10. The government and the BSP entered into a fresh ___________ after the Rajya Sabha passed a government ___________ for appointment of two members in the JPC on 2 G spectrum.
1) violence, legislation 2) scuffle, law 3) confrontation, motion 4) argument, move 5) discussion, ruling
Directions (Q. 11-15): Rearrange the following seven sentences (A), (B), (C), (D), (E), (F) and (G) in the proper sequence to form a meaningful paragraph and then answer the questions given below.
(A) A person enrolled as an advocate under the Advocates Act, 1961, is entitled to practice law throughout the country.
(B) In India, the law relating to legal profession is governed by the Advocates Act, 1961 and the rules framed there under by the Bar Council of India.
(C) An advocate on the roll of a State Bar Council may apply for transfer to the roll of any other State Bar Council in the prescribed manner.
(D) It is a self-contained code of law relating to legal practitioners and provides for the constitution of State Bar Councils and Bar Council of India.
(E) An advocate with his consent, may be designated as a senior advocate, if the Supreme Court or a High Court is of the opinion that by virtue of his ability, he deserves such distinction.
(F) There are two classes of advocates, namely, senior advocates and other advocates.
(G) No person can be enrolled as an advocate on the rolls of more than one State Bar Council.
Q11. Which of the following should be the FIRST sentence after rearrangement?
1) F 2) G 3) E 4) B 5) C
Q12. Which of the following should be the SECOND sentence after rearrangement?
1) C 2) D 3) E 4) F 5) G
Q13. Which of the following should be the THIRD sentence after rearrangement?
1) E 2) D 3) C 4) B 5) A
Q14. Which of the following should be the FOURTH sentence after rearrangement?
1) C 2) D 3) E 4) F 5) G
Q15. Which of the following should be the LAST (SEVENTH) sentence after rearrangement?
1) D 2) B 3) E 4) C 5) A
- 1; Replace ‘have’ with ‘had’
- 4; Replace ‘begins’ with ‘begin’
- 2; Replace ‘bomb’ with ‘bombing’
- 4; Delete ‘become’
- 1; Replace ‘summon’ with ‘summons’
- 4; BDACGFE
Q1. Which of the following is NOT part of the motherboard?
a) System clock b) Connector c) CPU d) Chipset e) None of these
Q2. An example of a wireless medium that sends data through the air or space is:
a) Fiber-optic cable. b) Coaxial cable. c) Twisted pair. d) Microwaves. e) None of these
Q3. ……..is a process that permits multiple computers to use the same IP address and hide their actual IPaddresses from the Internet.
a) Routing b) Network address translation (NAT) c) Signature referencing d) Packet filtering
e) None of these
Q4.The type of memory that must have a constant power supply is:
a) SDRAM. b) PROM. c) ROM. d) EEPROM. e) None of these
Q5. What type of e-commerce is being used when a student buys a computer from Dell.com?
a) B2B b) C2C c) B2E d) B2C e) None of these
Q6. The topology where all the nodes are attached in a circular wiring arrangement is called a:
a) Star topology. b) Bus topology. c) Network topology. d) Ring topology e) None of these
Q7. Hard disk performance can be improved by using a(n):
a) Optimal storage device. b) Disk cache. c) Solid-state storage device. d) Flash memory reader
e) None of these
Q8.What function displays row data in a column or column data in a row?
a) Hyperlink b) Index c) Transpose d) Rows e) None of the above
Q9. A DVD is an example of a(n) –
a) hard disk b) optical disc c) output device d) solid-state storage device e) None of these
Q10. Every computer on the Internet is known as?
a) Host b) Client c) Modem d) Server e) None of these
1. b 2. d 3. b 4. a 5. d 6. d 7. b 8. c 9. b 10. a