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CAT Exam Paper IV

CAT Exam Paper IV

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CAT Exam Paper IV
Time:120 minutes

No. of questions:185
Directions for questions 1 to 5
Refer to the data given below and answer the questions

Estimated Hardware market revenue
1.Which of the markets is expected to show maximum compounded annual growth rate from
1] Key Board 2] Mouse 3] CPU 4] Printer
2. How much business will the Keyboards contribute (in %) over the four years?
12% 15% 32% 36%
3. In which year did the Mouse record the highest % growth
1999 2000 1998 Cannot be determined
4. How much business will be generated by printer and CPU in % terms over the next four years?
10% 23% 42.27% 46.56%
5. What is the % revenue contributed by Keyboards in 1998 over the total revenue
34.78% 35.45% 23% 10%
Directions for questions 6 to 10
The figure below shows the composition of the students specializing in Arts
Science and Commerce in two Colleges A and B
6. The following can be inferred from above

1.The number of students preferring Arts is less
2.Majority of the students take up Science
3.Arts is unpopular in college

1 only 1 & 2 2 only 1 2 & 3
7. The total strength of college A is greater than B by
60 students 20 students 40 students 50 students
8. If there are two Teachers for Science in College B and 3 Teachers for Science
in College A

by 16% in College A
Same in both Colleges
By 20% in College B
By 20% in College A

9. The proportion of Students in Arts is
Same in both colleges

Greater in college B Greater in college A None of the above

10. The ratio of proportion of Commerce Students in College A to that of College
B is
70 : 50 13 : 19 91 : 95 95 : 91

Directions for questions 11 to 14: Each questions below consists of a pair of capitalized words followed by four pairs of words. Select the pair which best expresses the relationship similar to that expressed in the capitalized word.

dessert :dry Chocolate: sweet ice-cream : icy cheese : colorful
12.Blood : body
ink: pen water : river syrup: juice satellite : communications
direct : organize secondary :basic first : foremost primary : tertiary
huge : untidy beautiful : large compact : clumsy mite : leviathan

Directions for questions 15 to 20: Each of the sentences below has one blank space.
Choose the alternative which when inserted in the sentence, best fits in with the
meaning of the sentence as a whole.

15. If you want to lose weight, you should avoid eating_______ foods such as bread and
fatty starchy greasy sugary
16. If you want this chickoo tree, to bear good fruit next year, you will have_____ it.
to pare to nip to whittle to trim
17. She lost her temper and______ her teeth in rage.
ground chomped rasped rattled
18. If you don\u2019t want your bicycle to be stolen, you should put_____ on it.
a handcuff a fetter a latch a padlock
19. I have it on very good______ that Mr.kantilal will be joining in October.
reference authority information inference
20. After searching for an hour, the girl found her ring in the_______ by the lilac bushes.
underground underworld undergrowth underneath
Directions for question 21 to 23: From among the given alternatives, choose the
option that does not belong to the group.
21. explain tell recount recant
22. pluck spirit spic spunk
23. tame insipid dull domestic

Directions for questions 24 to 28: Given below are four words, three of which are similar in meaning. Select the word which is not similar in meaning to the other three words in the group.

24. undertaking activity trip enterprise
25. attach staple basis essence

26. contempt derision aversion ridicule 27. earlier archaic antiquated obsolete 28. assembly cluster collate clique

Directions for questions 29 to 34: Read the following information and answer the
questions that follow.
Disha is younger than Farida and older than Geeta. Anju is younger than Isha and older
than Charlie. Isha is younger than Geeta and older than Jugal. Jugal is younger than

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