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Sample Paper for One Year Course

Sample Paper for One Year Course

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Published by Apex Institute
Apex Institute has a competitive environment, latest knowledge pool, comprehensive study material, scientifically developed teaching methodology.
Mission
Our mission is to make quality education accessible globally with ease to upgrade the knowledge machine of the universe and to ignite the passion for education in the younger generation to redefine the term success.

Apex Institute is a dynamic, learning-centered educational institute, with a faculty and staff who are dedicated to student success, teaching excellence, and community service.
Apex Institute has a competitive environment, latest knowledge pool, comprehensive study material, scientifically developed teaching methodology.
Mission
Our mission is to make quality education accessible globally with ease to upgrade the knowledge machine of the universe and to ignite the passion for education in the younger generation to redefine the term success.

Apex Institute is a dynamic, learning-centered educational institute, with a faculty and staff who are dedicated to student success, teaching excellence, and community service.

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Published by: Apex Institute on May 28, 2013
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Sample PaperForOne YearCourse(+1StudyingStudentsMoving To +2)
GENERAL APTITUDE (I.Q.)1.
Find the missing number(A)24(B)25(C)23(D)31
2.
A person spends 40% of his salary on food items and 1/3
rd
of the remaining on transport. After spendingon food items and transport, he spends 50% of the balance on other items and saves Rs. 450/-per month.His monthly salary is(A)Rs.1125/-(B)Rs.1575/-(C)Rs.2250/-(D)Rs.4500/-
3.
60% of the students in a school are boys. If the number of girl students in the school is 300, then thenumber of boys is :(A)300(B)450(C)500(D)750
4.
If ENGLAND is written as 1234526 and FRANCE is written as 785291, how is GREECE coded ?(A)381171(B)381191(C)832252(D)835545
Directions for Q.5
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Q.7
A, B, C, D, E and F are a group of friends. There are two housewives, one professor, one engineer, oneaccountant and one lawyer in the group. The lawyer is married to D, who is a housewife. No woman in thegroup is either an engineer or an accountant C, the accountant, is married to F, who is a professor. A is marriedto a housewife. E is not a housewife.
5.
How many members of the group are males ?(A)2(B)3(C)4(D)Cannot be determined
6.
What is E’s profession ?
(A)Engineer(B)Lawyer(C)Professor(D)Accountant
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7.
Which of the following is one of the married couples ?(A)A & B(B)B & E(C)D & E(D)A & D
Directions (Q.8 & Q.9) :
Sometimes we are given figures showing the same die in various positions. Afterobserving these figures, we have to find the number opposite a given number on the die. The procedure to beadopted for solving such problems, will be clear from the following examples :
Example:
A die is thrown four times and its four different positions are given below. Find the number on theface opposite the face showing 2.(A)3(B)4(C)5(D)6
Solution :
Here, the number 2 appears in three dice, namely (i), (ii) and (iv). In these dice, we observe that the numbers 2,4, 1 and 6 appear adjacent to 3. So, none of these numbers can be present opposite 2. The only number left is 5.
The answer is (c)
8.
What number is opposite 4 ?(A)1(B)2(C)5(D)6
9.
Which number is opposite 3 ?(A)1(B)2(C)4(D)6
 
Directions (Q.10 & Q.11) :
Find the missing character in each of the following questions :
10.
(A)72(B)70(C)68(D)66
11.
(A)10(B)11(C)12(D)13
12.
The expression 2 +
2212212
equals :(A)2(B)2
 – 
2
(C)2 +
2
(D)2
2
Directions (Q.13 & Q.14) :
Question13 &14 are based on the following figure.
13.
How many squares are there in adjoining figure ?(A)13(B)15(C)16(D)17
14.
How many minimum colours are required if the figure is to be coloured such that no two adjacent sideshave the same colour ?(A)2(B)3(C)4(D)5
15.
If 2 < x < 4 and 1 < y < 3, then find the ratio of the upper limit for x + y and the lower limit of x
 – 
y.(A)6(B)7(C)8(D)None of these
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