Q1.Mehul’s monthly salary is one and a half times Shailesh’s monthly salary. Prashant’s monthly salary is ﬁve-fourth Mehul’s monthly salary. If the total of the monthly salaries of all the three is Rs. 1,83,750/-, what is Prashant’s monthly salary?
(1)Rs.42,000/- (2)Rs68,500/- 3)Rs.78,750/- (4)Rs.63,000/- (5)None of these
Q2.On the annual day, sweets were to be distributed equally amongst 600 children of the school. But on that particular day, 120 children remained absent. Thus, each child got 2 extra sweets. How many sweets was each child originally supposed to get?
(1) 8 (2) 14 (3) 10 (4) 6 (5) None of these
Q3.Gold is 19 times as heavy as water and copper is 9 times as heavy as water. In What ratio should these be mixed to get an alloy 15 times as heavy as water?
(1) 1 : 1 (2) 1 : 2 (3) 2 : 3 (4) 3 : 2 (5) None of these
Q4.The average age of boys in the class is twice the number of girls in the class. The ratio of boys and girls in the class of 50 is 4 : 1. The total of the ages (in years) of the boys in the class is :
(1) 2000 (2) 2500 (3) 800 (4) 400 (5) None of these
Q5.There are 100 students in 3 sections A, B and C of a class. The average marks of all the 3 sections was 84. The average of Band C was 87.5 and the average marks of A is 70. The number of students in A was:
(1) 30 (2) 35 (3) 20 (4) 25 (5) None of these
Q6.A sold an article to B at 20% profit and B sold it to C at 15% loss. If A sold it to C at 15% loss. If A sold it to C at the selling price of B, then A would make :
(1) 5 % profit (2) 2% profit (3) 2% loss (4) 5% loss (5) None of these
Q7.The monthly salaries of A and B together amount to Rs. 40,000/-. A spends 85% of his salary and B, 95% of his salary. If now their savings are the same, then the salary (in Rs.) of A is :
(1) Rs. 10,000/- (2) Rs. l2,000/- (3) Rs. l6,000/- (4) Rs. l8,000/- (5) None of these
Q8.It takes 8 hours for a 600 km journey, if 120 km is done by train and the rest by car. It takes 20 min more if 200 km is done by train and the rest by car. The ratio of the speed of the train to that of the car is:
(1) 2 : 3 (2) 3 : 2 (3) 3 : 4 (4) 4 : 3 (5) None of these
Q9.If a train runs at 70 km/hour, it reaches its destination late by 12 min. But if it runs at 80 km/hr, it is late by 3 min. The correct time to cover the journey is :
(1) 58 min (2) 2 hr (3) 1 hr (4) 59 min (5) None of these
Q10.A man borrowed some money from a private organisation at 5% simple interest per annum. He lended 50% of his money to another person at 10% compound interest per annum and thereby the man made a profit of Rs. 3,205/- in 4 years. The man borrowed:
(1) Rs. 80,000/- (2) Rs. 1, 00, 000/- (3) Rs. l, 20, 000/- (4) Rs. 1, 50, 000/- (5) None of these
Direction (1–6) : Study the following information carefully to answer the given questions.
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 the input and its rearrangement. (All the numbers are two digit no.’s)
Input: go now 53 39 18 for again 66
Step 1 : 66 go now 53 39 18 for again
Step 2 : 66 again go now 53 39 18 for
Step 3 : 66 again 53 go now 39 18 for
Step 4 : 66 again 53 for go now 39 18
Step 5 : 66 again 53 for 39 go now 18
Step 6 : 66 again 53 for 39 go 18 now
Step-6 is the last step of the above input.
As per the rule followed in the following questions the appropriate step for the given input.
Q1. Input: chanoyu wink 24 44 57 Heinz beech 71.
How many steps will be required to complete the rearrangement?
A) Three B) Four C) Five D) Six E) None of these.
Q2. Input: trees 18 27 desk are 91 hour zero 31 16 chairs.
Which of the following will be step 4 ?
A) 91 are 31 trees 18 27 desk hour zero 16 chairs B) 91 trees 18 27 desk are hour zero 31 16 chairs
C) 91 are 31 chairs trees 18 27 desk hour zero 16 D) 91 are 31 chairs 27 desk 18 trees hour zero 16
E) None of these.
Q3. Input: how two 38 23 87 43 room over
Which of the following steps will be the last?
A.) Step 4 B.) Step 5 C.) Step 6 D.) Step 7 E) None Of these.
Q4. Step 2 of an input is: 94 car 86 window shut 52 31 house
Which of the following is definitely the input?
A.) 94 car window 86 shut 52 31 house B.) 86 window 94 car shut 52 31 house
C.) car shut window 86 52 31 house 94 D.) cannot be determined E) None of these.
Q5. Input: show 51 37 now for 82 49 goot
Which of the following steps will be the last but one?
A.) Step 7 B.) Step 8 C.) Step 6 D.) Step 5 E.) None of these.
Q6. Step 4 of an input is: 58 box 47 dew 15 21 town pot
Which of the steps will be the last?
A.) Step 7 B.) Step 6 C.) Step 8 D.) Step 9 E.) None of these.
Direction (7–10) : In each question below are given three statements followed by two conclusions numbered I and II . 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 decided which of the given conclusions logically follows from the given statements, disregarding commonly known facts.
(1) if only conclusion I follows.
(2) if only conclusion II follows.
(3) if either conclusion I or II follows.
(4) If neither conclusion I nor II follows.
(5) if both conclusions I and II follow.
Q7. Statements : All animals are cats. Some cats are lions. No tiger is a cat.
Conclusions : I. No animal is a tiger. II. Some tigers are animals.
Q8. Statements : Some places are cities. Some villages are places. Some places are cool.
Conclusions : I. Some villages being cool is a possibility. II. Some villages are cities.
For (9–10) : Statements : All coals are diamonds. All diamonds are graphite. No graphite is carbon.
Q9. Conclusions : I. No coal is carbon. II. No diamond is carbon.
Q10. Conclusions : I. All graphites are diamonds. II. All coals are graphite.
Directions (Q. 11-15): In the following questions, the symbols $, ©,×, @ and # are used with the following meanings:
P $ Q means P is not smaller than Q.
P © Q means P is neither greater than nor smaller than Q.
P @ Q means P is not greater than Q.
P × Q means P is neither smaller than nor equal to Q.
P # Q means P is neither greater than nor equal to Q.
Now in each of the following questions, assuming the given statements to be true, find which of the two conclusions I and II given below them is/are definitely true. Give answer
A) if only conclusion I is true; B) if only conclusion II is true; C) if either I or II is true;
D) if neither I nor II is true; and E) if both I and II are true.
Q11. Statements : Z$K, K × T, T©F
Conclusions : I. F # Z II. Z × T
Q12. Statements : K × B, B @ D, D # K
Conclusions : I. B @ K II. B # K
Q13. Statements : N©R, [email protected], M$J
Conclusions : I. N © M II. N # M
Q14. Statements : S $ T, [email protected], R # M
Conclusions : I. M × T II. M © T
Q15. Statements : [email protected], V©M, M × R
Conclusions : I. R × H II. H × R
Step 1 : 71 C W 24 44 57 H B
Step 2 : 71 B C W 24 44 57 H
Step 3 : 71 B 57 C W 24 44 H
Step 4 : 71 B 57 C 44 W 24 H
Step 5 : 71 B 57 C 44 H 24 W
Step 6 : 71 B 57 C 44 H 24 W
Step 1 : 91 trees 18 27 desk are hour zero 31 16 chairs
Step 2 : 91 are trees 18 27 desk hour zero 31 16 chairs
Step 3 : 91 are 31 trees 18 27 desk hour zero 16 chairs
Step 4 : 91 are 31 chairs trees 18 27 desk hour zero 16
Step 1 : 87 how two 38 23 43 room over
Step 2 : 87 how 43 two 38 23 room over
Step 3 : 87 how 43 over two 38 23 room
Step 4 : 87 how 43 over 38 two 23 room
Step 5 : 87 how 43 over 38 room two 23
Step 6 : 87 how 43 over 38 room 23 two
From the given step input cannot be determined.
Step 1 : 82 show 51 37 now for 49 goot
Step 2 : 82 for show 51 37 now 49 goot
Step 3 : 82 for 51 show 37 now 49 goot
Step 4 : 82 for 51 goot show 37 now 49
Step 5 : 82 for 51 goot 49 show 37 now
Step 6 : 82 for 51 goot 49 now show 37
Step 7 : 82 for 51 goot 49 now 37 show
Step 4: 58 box 47 dew 15 21 town pot
Step 5: 58 box 47 dew 21 15 town pot
Step 6: 58 box 47 dew 21 pot 15 town
Directions for questions 1 to 5: Each of the given statement has an error, replace the highlighted one with the best suitable option.
Q1.Her complaints were boring. Childish and showed how ignorant she was.
a.Her complaints were boring, childish and showed her ignorance.
b.Her complaints were boring, childish and ignorant.
c.Her complaints were bored, childish and ignorant.
d.Her complaints were bored, childish and ignorant.
e.Her complaints were boring, childish and showing her ignorance.
Q2.She worked late in the evening not only to catch up on her studies, but also writing her paper.
a.she worked late in the evening not only to catch up on her studies, but also to writing her paper.
b.She worked late in the evening not only to catch up on her studies, but also will be writing her paper.
c.She worked late in the evening not only catching up on her studies, but also to write her paper.
d.She worked late in the evening not only to catch up on her studies, but also to write her paper.
e.She worked late in the evening not only to catch up on her studies, but also been writing her paper.
Q3.I want to learn how to fly a plane, be a captain of a ship, and how to speak Chinese.
a.I want to learn how to flying a plane, be a captain of a ship, and how to speak Chinese.
b.I want to learn how to be able to fly a plane, captaining of a ship, and how to speak Chinese.
c.I want to learn how to fly a plane, become the captain of a ship, and how to speak Chinese.
d.I want to learn how to fly a plane, to captain a ship, and to speak Chinese.
e.I want to learn how to fly a plane, being the captain of a ship, and how to speak Chinese.
Q4.An actor knows how to memorize her lines and getting into character.
a.An actor knows how to memorize her lines and get into character.
b.An actor knows how to memorizing her lines and getting into character.
c.An actor knows how to memory her lines and getting into character.
d.An actor knows how to make herself memorize her lines and getting into character.
e.An actor knows how to make herself memorizing her lines and getting into character.
Q5.It is easier to tell the truth than lying to people you like.
a.It is easier to tell the truthful than lying to people you like.
b.It is easier to truth than lie to people you like.
c.It is easier to tell the truth than to lie to people you like.
d.It is easier to tell the truthing than lying to people you like.
e.It is easier to be truthful than lying to people you like.
Direction for questions 6 to 10 : Find out the parts of the sentence/sentences which are grammatically INCORRECT.
A.The Lincoln chronicle is so long and complex
B.that most writers chooses some single area on which to concentrate.
C.So there are books on Lincoln’s depression.
D.on his Christianity, on his career in law, on his assassin
E.and on his cabinet.
a.A b.A and B c.D and E d.Only B e.Only E
A.Either the manager or the workers in this factory is incompetent.
B.Incompetence often leads to failure.
C.Failure as well as incompetence are like the measles.
D.Which irritate the able and competent people.
E.My boss and mentor tell me to stay away from incompetence.
a.A, C, D and E b.A and B c.Only C d.A, C and E e.Only E
A.The student council were unanimous in requesting for leniency for the firecracker prank.
B.The majority believe that the country can progress.
C.The number of residents who have been residing in Sarita Vihar are quite small.
D.What he believes in and what he practices is two different things.
E.Either you or I am responsible for this mistake.
a.A, B and C b.A, C and D c.Only E d.A, B, C and D e.All of the above
A.some of the pocket money were used by Rahul,
B.before the remaining went missing.
C.The discipline committee have ordered a probe in the matter.
D.A thorough search of the suspects’ belongings was carried out, and the committee chairman gave a statement in which he said,
E.“Neither Priyanka’s night case nor the other night-cases we checked in the dorm has helped us in our search”
a.A, B and E b.A, C and E c.A, C and D d.A, B and C e.None of the above
A.Five miles are too much of a distance for a nature walk.
B.Ten thousand rupees are a good amount for this work.
C.The scissor used by the barber for the murder was recovered by the police.
D.10 sheeps were grazing on the meadow.
E.40 years are a good enough age for a man to become the CEO of a company.
a.A, C and E b.Only B c.Only C d.Only D e.All of the above.
1. b 2. d 3. d 4. a 5. c 6. d 7. a 8. d 9. b 10.e
Q1.Arranging of data in a logical sequence is known as
(a)Classifying (b)Searching (c)Sorting (d)Reproducing (e)None of these
Q2.A computer checks the _____ of user names and passwords for a match before granting access.
a)Website b)Network c)Backup file d)Database e)None of these
Q3.In Access, this can be created, selected and manipulated as a unit
a)Property b)File c)Object d)Operator e)None of these
Q4.A storage device where the access time is depended upon the location of the data is
a)Random access b)Serial access c)Sequential access d)Transaction access e)None of these
Q5.A picture would be stored in a(n) _______ field in a data base.
a)Text b)Memo c)Object d)Hyperlink e)None of these
Q6.Example of a telecommunications device is a _____?
a)Keyboard b)Mouse c)Modem d)Printer e)Scanner
Q7.Which of the following is a popular DOS based spreadsheet?
a)Excel b)Word c)Smart cell d)Lotus 1-2-3 e)None of these
Q8.On the motherboard, the connection points for chips are referred to as ____?
a)Slots b)Sockets c)Ports d)Lines e)None of these
Q9.Which of the following is not a part of a standard office suite?
a)File Manager b)Image Editor c)Database d)Word processor e)None of these
Q10.A light-sensitive device that converts drawing, printed text or other image into digital form is ____?
a)Key board b)Plotter c)Scanner d)OMR e)None of these
1. c 2. d 3. c 4. b 5. c 6. c 7. d 8. b 9. a 10. c