Q1. Excluding stoppage, the speed of a bus is 54 kmph and including stoppages, it is 45 kmph. For how many minutes does the bus stop per hour?
(a) 9 (b) 10 (c) 12 (d) 20 (e) None of these
Q2. Two men starting from the same place walk at the rate of 4 kmph and 4.5 kmph respectively. What time will they take to be 8.5 km apart, if they walk in the same direction?
(a) 1 hour (b) 4 hrs 15 min (c) 17 hrs (d) 2 hrs. 55 min. (e) None of these
Q3. Two cyclists start from the same place in opposite directions. One goes towards north at 18 kmph and the other goes towards south at 20 kmph. What time will they take to be 47.5 km apart?
(a) 2(1/4) hrs (b) 1(1/4) hrs (c) 2 hrs 23 min (d) 23(1/4) hrs (e) None of these
Q4. A man covers a certain distance on scooter. Had he moved 3 kmph faster, he would have taken 40 min. less. If he had moved 2 kmph slower, he would have taken 40 min. more. The distance (in km) is:
(a) 20 (b) 36 (c) 37.5 (d) 40 (e) None of these
Q5. If a train runs at 40 kmph, it reaches its destination late by 11 minutes but if it runs at 50 kmph, it is late by 5 minutes only. The correct time for the train to complete its journey is :
(a) 13 min. (b) 15 min. (c) 19 min. (d) 21 min. (e) None of these
Q6. Two buses travel to a place at 45 kmph and 60 kmph respectively. If the second bus takes 5(1/2) hours less than the first for the journey, the length of the journey is:
(a) 900 km (b) 945 km (c) 990 km (d) 1350 km (e) None of these
Q7. Walking 5/6 of his usual speed, a man is 10 minutes too late. The usual time taken by him to cover that distance is:
(a) 1 hours (b) 50 min (c) 12 min (d) 8 min. 20 sec.
Q8. A car travels a distance of 840 km at a uniform speed. If the speed of the car is 10 kmph more, then it takes 2 hours less to cover the same distance. The original speed of the car (in kmph) was:
(a) 45 (b) 50 (c) 60 (d) 75 (e) None of these
Q9. Distance between two towns P and Q is 240 km. A motor cycle rider starts from P towards Q at 8 p.m. at a speed of 40 kmph. At the same time another motor cycle rider starts from Q towards P at 50 kmph. At what time will they meet?
(a) 9.45 p.m. (b) 10.30 p.m. (c) 10.40 p.m. (d) 11 p.m. (e) None of these
Q10. A train M leaves Meerut at 5 a.m. and reaches Delhi at 9 a.m. Another train N leaves Delhi at 7 a.m. and reaches Meerut at 10.30 a.m. At what time do the two trains cross one another?
(a) 8.26 a.m. (b) 8 a.m. (c) 7.36 a.m. (d) 7.56 a.m. (e) None of these
- (b); Due to stoppages, it cover 9 km less.
Time taken to cover 9 km=[(9/54)X60)min=10 min
- (c); To be 0.5 km apart, they take 1 hour
To be 8.5 km apart, they would take=[(1/0.5)X8.5]hrs=17 hrs.
- (b); To be (18+20) km apart, they take 1 hour
To be 47.5 km apart, they would take=[(1/38)X47.5]hrs=1(1/4) hrs.
- (d); Let distance=x km & usual rate=y km/hr.
On dividing (i) by (ii), we get: (2(y+3))/(y-2)=3
Putting y=12 in (i), we get : x=40
- (c); Let the correct time to complete the journey be x min.
Then, distance travelled in (x+11) min at 40 kmph
=distance covered in (x+5) min. at 50 kmph.
- (c); Let the length of journey be x km. Then,
- (b); With a speed of 5/6 th of the usual speed, the time taken is 6/5th of the usual time.
Therefore, (6/5 of usual time) – (usual time)=10 min.
Therefore, 1/5 of usual time=10 min. So, usual time=50 min.
- (c); Let original speed=x kmph.
Therefore, Original speed=60 kmph.
- (c); Suppose they meet x hrs after 8 p.m. Then,
Sum of distance covered by them in x hrs=240 km.
x=(240/90) hrs=2 hrs 40 min.
So, they will meet at 10.40 p.m.
10 . (d); Let distance between Meerut & Delhi be x km and let the train meet y hours after 7 a.m.
Clearly, M covers x km in 4 hrs. & N covers x km in 3(1/2) hr.
Therefore, Speed of M=(x/4)kmph & Speed of N=(2x/7) kmph.
[Distance covered by M in (y+2) hrs] [Distance covered by N in y hr]=x
y=(14/15) hrs=((14/15)X60) min=56 min.
So, the trains meet at 7.56 a.m.
Directions(1-4) : study the following information to answer the given questions:
Q,R,S,T,U and V are seated in a straight line facing North. S is second to the right of T and T is second to the right of Q. R is to the left of Q and is second to the left of V.
Q1. How many persons are seated between T and V?
(a) 1 (b) 2 (c) 3 (d) 4 (e) None of these
Q2. Four of the following are like in a certain way based on their seating position in the above arrangement and so form a group. Which is the one that does not belong to the group?
(a) QV (b) VT (c) US (d) UT (e) RQ
Q3. What is Q’s position with respect to S?
(a) Third to left (b) Immediate Next (c) second to left (d) Fifth to left (e) none of these
Q4. Which of the following represents persons seated at the two extremes?
(a) RQ (b) US (c) SQ (d) SR (e) None of these
Directions (5-7): Each of the questions below consists of a question and two statements numbered I and II given below it. You have to decide whether the data provided in the statements are sufficient to answer the question. Read both the statements and Give answer:
(A) If the data in statement I alone are sufficient to answer the question, while the data in statement II alone are not sufficient to answer the question.
(B) If the data in statement II alone are sufficient to answer the question, while the data in statement I alone are not sufficient to answer the question.
(C) If the data either in statement I alone or in statement II together are not sufficient to answer the question.
(D) If the data even in both statements I alone II together are not sufficient to answer the question.
(E) if the data even in both statements I and II together are necessary to answer the question.
Q5. Who among Meera,Jyoti,Pinki,and Sadhana is the tallest?
I. Meera is not as tall as Pinki and sadhana. II.Jyoti is taller than Sadhana.
Q6. How is N related to M?
I. O is the husband of N. II. Z who is the sister of brother M is the daughter of N.
Q7. B is the sister of A. How is A related to B?
I. A is the only son of his parents. II. A has two sisters – B and F.
Directions (8-10): In each question below is given a statement followed by two assumptions numbered I and II. An assumption is something supposed or taken for granted. You have to consider the statement and the following assumptions is implicit in the statement.
(1) If only assumption I is implicit.
(2) If only assumption II is implicit.
(3) If either assumption I or assumption II is implicit.
(4) If neither assumption I nor assumption II is implicit.
(5) If both assumption I and II are implicit.
Q8. Statement : Job rotation helps employees get an overview of the organization.
I. Employees form an integral part of an organisation. II. It is required to have an overview of the organization.
Q9. Statement: Let us appoint Ms. X as the CEO of our company so that the company’s products are also perceived to be genuine.
I. CEO can change the perception of products. II. Perception is same as the actual reality.
Q10. Statement : An advertisement – The new model has been launched with K-series engine.
I. People know about K-series engine. II. Engine type/series is important for buyers.
1. e 2. d 3. e 4. d 5. d 6. e 7. a 8. b 9. a 10. c
Directions (1-5). Rearrange the following five sentences (A), (B), (C), (D) and (E) in the proper sequence to form a meaningful paragraph; then answer the questions given below them.
Similarly, turning to caste, even though being lower caste is undoubtedly a separate cause ofdisparity, its impact is all the greater when the lower-caste families also happen to be poor.
Belonging to a privileged class can help a woman to overcome many barriers that obstruct women from less thriving classes.
It is the interactive presence of these two kinds of deprivation – being low class and being female – that massively impoverishes women from the less privileged classes.
A congruence of class deprivation and gender discrimination can blight the lives of poorer women very severely.
Gender is certainly a contributor to societal inequality, but it does not act independently of class.
Q1.Which one will be the LAST statement.
A.E B.B C.C D.D E.A
Q2.Which one will be the FIRST statement.
A.B B.E C.C D.A E.D
Q3.Which one will be the THIRD statement.
A.D B.C C.A D.B E.E
Q4.Which one will be the FOURTH statement.
A.A B.E C.D D.B E.C
Q5.Which one will be the SECOND statement.
A.D B.E C.A D.C E.B
Directions (6-10) Each questions has a sentence with 5 parts labeled (a), (b), (c),(d) and (e). Read each sentence to find out whether there is any error in any part and indicate your answer in the answer sheet against the corresponding letter i.e., (a) or (b) or (c) or (d). If you find no error, your answer should be indicated as (e).
Q6.He (A)/ told us that (B) / he has not (C)/ read the book (D)/ No error(E).
A.He B.told us that C.he has not D.read the book E.No error
Q7.She (A)/ ordered the servant (B)/ shut the door(C)/ and leave the room (D)/ No error(E)/.
A.She B.ordered the servant C.shut the door D.and leave the room E.No error
Q8.when the minister (A)/ was shot dead ,(B)/ people were run (C)/ here and there (D)/ to save themselves (E)/.
A.when the minister B.was shot dead C.people were run D.here and there E.to save themselves
Q9.Before (A)/ the teacher could (B)/finish the question (C)/ the students gave (D)/ the correct answer (E)/.
A.Before B.the teacher could C.finish the question D.the students gave E.the correct answer
Q10.Some of (A)/ Manish’s time was (B)/ taken up setting (C)/ disputes among the workers (D)/ No error(E)
A.Some of B. Manish’s time was C.taken up setting D.disputes among the workers E.No error
Gender is certainly a contributor to societal inequality, but it does not act independently of class. Belonging to a privileged class can help a woman to overcome many barriers that obstruct women from less thriving classes. A congruence of class deprivation and gender discrimination can blight the lives of poorer women very severely. It is the interactive presence of these two kinds of deprivation – being low class and being female – that massively impoverishes women from the less privileged classes.Similarly, turning to caste, even though being lower caste is undoubtedly a separate cause of disparity, its impact is all the greater when the lower-caste families also happen to be poor.
1.e 2.b 3.a 4.e 5.e 6.c 7.c 8.c 9.d 10.e
Q1. The most widely used type of database management system is the:
(a) Flat database (b) Network database (c) Relational database (d) Hierarchical database
(e) None of the above
Q2. Setting fonts for the text in your document is an example of:
(a) Formatting (b) Formulas (c) Tracking changes (d) Tools (e) None of the above
Q3. Inheritance is the ability of an object to pass on its characteristics to its ____________.
(a) subclasses (b) off-spring (c) super classes (d) parents (e) variable
Q4. Linux is a_____
(a) Utility program for peer-to-peer file sharing (b) Real-time operating system (c) Network operating system
(d) PDA platform (e) None of the above
Q5. Device on one network can communicate with devices on another network via_______
(a) File Server (b) Utility Server (c) Printer Server (d) Gateway (e) None of the above
Q6. WORM stands for?
(a) Write Once Read Many (b) Wanted Once Read Memory (c) Wanted Original Read Memory
(d) Write Original Read Memory (e) None of the above
Q7. Website address is such a unique name which recognizes a specific ______ on web.
(a) Web browser (b) Website (c) PDA (d) Link (e) Personal Computer
Q8. The ______ button on the Quick Access Toolbar allows you to cancel your recent commands or activities.
(a) Search (b) Cut (c) Undo (d) Redo (e) Shift
Q9. _____ and _____ are the two types of computer memory.
(a) RAM and CPU (b) ROM and CPU (c) RAM and ROM (d) RAM and BIOS (e) BIOS and ROM
Q10. 30,000 bytes is nearly equal to _________.
(a) 30 KB (b) 3 MB (c) 3 GB (d) 3 TB (e) None of the above
1.c 2.a 3.a 4.b 5.d 6.a 7.b 8.c 9.c 10.a