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Bank Clerical Model Paper

Bank Clerical Model Paper

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Bank Clerical Model Paper
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SAKTHI1
 Directions (115) :
There are two sets of figures. One set is called problem figures while the other set is called answe figures. Problem set figures form some kind of series. Youhave to select one figure from the answer set figures whichwill continue the same series as given in problem set figures.
Problem FiguresAnswer Figures1.
12345
A B C D E
2.
12345
###
A B C D E
3.
12345
A B C D E
4.
12345
A B C D E
5.
12345
= = = = = = = = ==+++ +
A B C D E
6.
12345
A B C D E
7.
12345
A B C D E
8.
12345
A B C D E
9.
12345
A B C D E
10.
12345
A B C D E
11.
12345
A B C D E
12.
12345
==
A B C D E
13.
12345
+ +
A B C D E
14.
12345
+++++++ + +
A B C D E
15.
12345
A B C D E
ANALOGY
 Directions (16–20) :
The second figure in the first unit of the problem figures bears a certain relationship to the first  figure. Similarly one of the figures in the answer figuresbears the same relationship to the first figure in the second unit of the problem figures. You are therefore to locate the figure which would fit the question mark.
16.
A B C
12345
?
D
17.
A B C
12345
?
D
18.
A B C
12345
?
D
19.
A B C
12345
?
D
##++? ?
20.
A B C
12345
?
D
1........22.........33........44.........25.........36.........27.........18.........29........110.........311........112.........113........314.........115.........116.........117.........118.........119........120.........3
MODEL PRACTICE PAPER
TEST OF REASONING ABILITY
 
SAKTHI2
CLASSIFICATION
 Directions (21–25) :
Out of the given five figures four are similar in a certain way. One figure is not like the other  four. That means four figures form a group. The question iswhich one of the figures does not belong to this group?
21.
12345
22.
12345
23.
12345
24.
12345
25.
12345
26.ZYX, WVU, TSR ?
1)CDR2)QPO3)EGH4)HIJ5)LKN
27.A E I M ? U
1)Q2)P3)N4)O5)R
28.Kamala would like to complete all her home-work before 10-00 p. m. In order to watch animportant TV programme. She has 40 minutesassignment in each of her five preparedsubjects. What is the latest time at which shecan start and still complete her home work intime for the programme ?
1)6.40 p.m.2)6.30 p.m.3)7.10 p.m.4)7.20 p.m.5)7.30 p.m.
29.Reaching the place of meeting on Tuesday 15minutes before 0830 hours I found myself half an hour earlier than the man who was 40
21........422.........323........324.........325.........126.........227.........128.........129........230.........131........132.........233........234.........335.........236.........4
minutes late. What was the scheduled time of the meeting ?
1)0800 hours2)0805 hours3)0815 hours4)0845 hours5)0835 hours
30.Areads a book and finds the name of the authorfamiliar. The author ‘B’ is the paternal uncle of C’. ‘C’ is daughter of ‘A’. How is ‘B’ related to‘A’ ?
1)Brother2)Sister3)Father4)Uncle5)None of these
31.Sathi is older than Renu, Geeta is younger thanRenu. Priya is older than Sathi. Who is the eldestof them ?
1)Priya2)Sathi3)Renu4)Geeta5)None of them
32.If T=20, TEN=39, Then TIP=?
1)702)453)544)655)78
33.If in a certain code language ‘NAME’ is writtenas ‘4258’. Then what is the code for ‘MEAN’
1)24582)58243)85424)58425)4285
34.If STAGE’ is coded as ‘TUBHF’, ‘STRANGER’will be coded as
1)TUSOBHFS2)TUBOFSHS3)TUSBOHFS4)TUSBSOHFS5)TUOHSHFS
35.If J represents +, K represents - L represents
÷
and M represents
 x
then 18M 36 L 12K 6 J 7= ?
1)1152)553)648184)255)45
36.If -stands for division,
+++++
’ for multiplication,
÷÷÷÷÷
for subtraction and ‘×for addition, whichof the following equations is correct ?
1)24
÷÷÷÷÷
8–4+2
×××××
3 = 162)248+4
×××××
2
÷÷÷÷÷
3 = 123)24
×××××
8–4
÷÷÷÷÷
2+3 = 174)24+84
×××××
2
÷÷÷÷÷
3 = 475)None of these

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