Model Test Paper

Section 1:Verbal Comprehension
Questions 1 - 7 are incomplete sentences. Beneath each sentence you will see four words or
phrases marked (A), (B), (C), (D). Choose the one word or phrase that best completes
the sentence.

1. The elections ________________. The recent poll results confirm that elections
create more mess than what they clear.
a. are perhaps reliable indicators of public opinion.
b. present unambiguous preference of the masses
c. are not foolproof mechanism of assessing public opinion
d. are perhaps only an eyewash.
2. _________________ , the steeper the fall.
a. The faster the rise
b. Greater is the rate of rise
c. The more they fly
d. The higher the rise
3. Prices are likely to soar if __________________ a basic requirement for
transportation goes up.
a. the price of steel
b. the supply of petroleum
c. the demand for petroleum
d. the tax on petroleum
4. I am an optimist. _________________ I keep trying because I know the truth that
failure is the stepping stone of success.
a. If I succeed
b. Knowing fully well I will fail
c. Despite many failures
d. Though I am discouraged
5. For some of the enlightened historians, history writing has come to
mean__________
a. history of dynasties rather than the history of the socio-economic conditions.
b. history of socio-economic conditions rather than the history of the dynasties.
c. history of archeological sites than the study of literature.
d. history of battles rather than the history of cultural evolution.
6. That Indians should condemn the Taliban’s destruction of the Barniyan statues is
a case of _______________.
a. a dose of their own medicine
b. the pot calling the kettle black.
c. what is sauce for the goose is sauce for the gander.
d. no pains, no gains






7. It is heartening to see _______________ after the match fixing allegations.
a. the restoration of Indian cricket
b. the revivalism of Indian cricket
c. the resurgence of interest in Indian cricket
d. the generating of interest
8. In the present day disease of lifestyle namely sedentary living, non nutritious diet,
high stress, and smoking ____________ in affluent areas.
a. is the chief killers
b. are the chief killers
c. are the chief killer
d. was the chief killer
9. The Buddha’s tribe, was a kshatriya tribe, _________________ from different
families.
a. who elected their chief by rotation
b. which elected its chief by rotation
c. who had elected their chief by rotation
d. who elect their chief by rotation
10. He was given ____________ his extraordinary experience in the field.
a. the job by virtue of
b. the job in virtue of
c. the job by virtue off
d. the job for virtue of
11. Kutchu continued to ______________ which were on his nose.
a. look for his spectacled glasses
b. look for his pair of spectacles
c. looking for his glasses
d. looked at his pair of spectacles




In each of the following questions, out of the given alternatives, choose the one which best expresses
the meaning of the given word.


12. TERRIFIC
a. big
b. terrible
c. tragic
d. excellent
13. WHIM
a. fancy
b. clumsy
c. desire
d. strange behaviour
14. DILIGENT
a. intelligent
b. energetic
c. industrious
d. modest
15. ABRIDGE
a. abort
b. cross
c. shorten
d. span






Part II -
Given below is a short paragraph followed by two questions. Read the paragraph and
attempt the questions that follow.
For economy to boom, production units should work at optimum level. For continuous production
adequate power supply is required. In India we have frequent breakdown of power. Therefore we
are not a good production industry country.

Question: 16 Shortage or inadequacy of power directly affects the
production capacity of a country.

Options: (a) True (b) False
Question: 17 Which of the following can be inferred?
(a) It has taken a lot of deliberation for the likes of Mukesh
Reliance Ambani and Lakshmi Steel Mittal to think about
investing in Bihar and Jharkhand.
(b) Even if power condition is fine, countries are not able to
produce adequately.
(c) In countries where there is no power, production carries on
as it is.
(d) all the above

Air, water and food are the basic needs of living beings. To improve quality of life we are
dependent on a number of facilities. Without electricity half our lives would be spent in darkness.
So power is a basic need of human beings.
Question: 18 Human beings need only power for survival and improved quality of life.

Options: (a) True (b) False
Question: 19 Which of the following cannot be inferred from above?
(a) Man’s life is dependant on a no. of factors, often quite
complex.
(b) From primitive times civilizations have sprung up and
settled on the banks of rivers
(c) For want of hydro-electric power the Harappa and
Mohanjodro civilization vanished
(d) Without power and petroleum, a highly developed

If men, material and resources could be channelized then a venture could be successful. To
channel these you need to have processes in place. A manager can put these processes in
place. A good manager can make a venture successful.
Question: 20 All ventures are successful only because of good
managers.
Options: (a) True (b) False
Question: 21 Which of the following could be inferred from above?

Options: (a) It is the interaction of various factors which contribute
to the success of a venture.
(b) All those who were able to make the best of their
resources, were able to write a success story.
(c) Jamshedji Tata, Azim Premji, Dhirubhai Ambani, are but a
few who have written success stories so they can be
termed as good managers.
(d) All the above






Arteries carry blood to all parts of the body. Blockage at any point can make body unhealthy.
Roads facilitate transportation of goods and services. Poor roads can delay transfer of goods and
service. Is this an infrastructure bottleneck?
Question: 22 States which have neglected the repair of their roads for
over a period of time find a drop in their revenues from
inter- state transportation.

Options: (a) True (b) False

Question: 23 Which is the conclusion that can be drawn from the above argument?

Options: (a) Choking of roads is a common occurrence.
(b) Light vehicles and heavy vehicles in our country cater to the
road conditions.
(c) Not all goods require road transport, some are
transported by air, others by sea.
(d) None of the above.

A country, to progress, needs good infrastructure. Good connectivity, adequate power is the
basics of infrastructure. Transparent processes are also required. Human assets are the most
important part of infrastructure.

Question: 24 Human beings are the cheapest, the most readily
available and the most important resource.

Options: (a) True (b) False
Question: 25 From the above it can be concluded that
(a) In the US, Canada, Australia and other developed countries have a
streamlined system of working where resources are utilized to the optimum
capacity.
(b) The underdeveloped countries have all the resources but have not utilized
capacity.
(c) India is an exception to the rule, it has the resources fully utilized but still it is
not characterized as a developed country.
(d) Machines can do without man.
Part III
Select the best pair that expresses the same relationship as the one given

26. RACE : FATIGUE
a. art : paint
b: run : athlete
c. walk : swim
d: fast : hunger
27. GLOVE : BALL
a. hook : fish
b. game: pennant
c. stadium : seats
d. winter : weather
28. PROUD : PEACOCK
a. warm : bland
b. crisp : crunchy
c. sweet : sticky
d. strong : wrestler
29. DISCONSOLATE
a. repentance
b. praise
c. joyous
d. bad temper



30. HYPERBOLE
a. druggist
b. honesty
c. bird
d. understatement

Section 2: Numerical Comprehension

Question : 1 The side of a cube is 3 cm. What is its
volume (in cubic cm)?

(a) 20
(b) None of these
(c) 36
(d) 27
(e) 64

Question 2. The angles of a quadrilateral are in
the ratio 1:2:3:4. Find the sum of the
angles.
a. 350
c. 370
b. 360
d. 390
Question 3 A can work twice as fast B . If B takes 12 days to complete a work how long will A
take to do it alone
a. 24 days
b. 6 days
c 10 days
d 4 days
Question: 4 The ration of the number if boys and girls in a school is 3: 2. 20% of the
boys and 25% of the girls are scholarship holders. The percentage of the
school students who are not scholarship holders is:
(a) 56
(b) 70
(c) 77
(d) 78

Question: 5 15 men take 21 days of 8 hours each to do a piece of work. How many days
of 6 hours each would 21 men take to finish the same job?
Options: (a) 20
(b) 21
(c) 25
(d) 28
Question: 6 A cylindrical ingot 6cms. In diameter and 6cms. In height melted and 12
spheres, all of the same size, are made from the material obtained. What is
the diameter of each sphere?
Options: (a) 2cm
(b) 3 cm
(c) 4 cm
(d) 6 cm








Question: 7. The length of a train is 200m. how much time would the train take to
cross a vertical pole of height 25m, if the speed of the train = 25 m/s.
a. 9s
b. 8s
c. 10s
d. 11s
Question: 8 What is the amount of money is required to buy 275 shares, given Rs 60
shares at a discount of Rs 10?

Options: (a) 10,756
(b)13,750
(c) 15000\
( D)12089


Question: 9 What is the smallest number by which 2880 must be divided in order to
make it a perfect square?
Options: (a) 3
(b) 4
(c) 5
(d) 6

Question: 10 A sum of money at certain rate of compound intrest doubles it self in 7
yearsb . In how many years will it be 8 Times
Options: (a) 21 years
(b) 25 years
(c) 28years
(d) 42years
Question: 11 If A is the HCF of 546, 294 and 3066 and B is LCM of 42, 14 and 21, What is
the relationship between A and B?
Options: (a) A = B
(b) A > B
(c) A < B
(d) none of these
Question : 12 Find the smallest number which when divided by 4 leaves the remainder
3.
Options : (a) 291
(b) 144
(c)141
(d) 147











Question : 13 The production of rice increased by 75% from 1990 to 1990 to 1995. From
1995 to 2000, there was a 100% increase. Find the percentage increase in
production of rice from 1990 to 2000.
Options : (a) 250%
(b) 200%
(c) 175%
(d)150%
Question : 14 If each interior angle of a regular polygon is 150 degrees, then it is
Options : (a) Octagon
(b) Decagon
(c) Tetrahedron
(d) Dodecagon
Question 15. Two cars start from one point and move along two roads, at right angles to
each other. Their speeds are 36 and 48 kmph, respectively. After 15
seconds the distance between them is:
a. 350 m
b. 50 m
c. 250 m
d. 300 m

Question 16 A’ sells a cycle to ‘B’ at 30% profit, ‘B’ to ‘C’ at a loss of 10% and ‘C’ to ‘D’
at a profit of 10%. If the cycle cost Rs 1000 to ‘A’ and if he had sold directly to ‘D’
at D’s cost price, A’s profit would have been:
a. Rs 100
b. Rs 287
c. Rs zero
d. Rs 170

Question : 17 How many numbers are there between 100 and 1000 such that atleast one
of their digits is 6 ?
Options : (a) 654
(b) 648
(c) 252
(d) 258
Question : 18 The product of two irrational numbers is:
Options : (a) irrational
(b) rational
(c) imaginary
(d) real
Question : 19 A stairway 10ft high such that each step accounts for half a foot upward
and one foot forward . What distance will an attravel if it strats from ground level t reach
the top of the stairway ?
Options : (a) 30 ft
(b) 33ft
(c) 10ft
(d) 29 ft








Question : 20 Ten years ago Ram was thrice as old as Sham was but 10 years hence, he
will be only twice as old. What is Ram’s present age?
Options : (a) 30 years
(b) 50 years
(c) 60 years
(d) 70 years
Question : 21 The difference between the compound intrest and the simple intrest on a certain sum at 12 %
p.a. for two years is Rs. 90 What will be the value of the amount at the end of 3 years ?

Options : (a) 8530.8
(b) 8780.8

(c) 9000

(d) 62650

Question : 22 A large cube is formed from the material obtained by melting three smaller
cubes of 3, 4 and 5 cm side. What is the ratio of the total surface areas of
the smaller cubes and the large cube ?
Options : (a) 2:1
(b) 3 : 2
(c) 25 : 18
(d) 20 : 3
Question: 23 12.5% of grams is
Options: (a) 400g
(b) 500g
(c) 100g
(d) 8kg
Question: 24 Two trains travel in the same direction at 50 kmph and 32 kmph
respectively. A man in the slower train observes that 15 seconds elapse
before the faster train completely passes him. What is the length of the
faster train ?
Options: (a) 75 Meters
(b) 100 meters
(c) 150 Meter
(d) 341.66 meters
Question: 25 The average of 60 results is 40 and the average of another 40 results is 60.
What is the average of all the results?
Options: (a) 20
(b) 45
(c) 48
(d) 60



Section 3: Series Completion


Question: 11 In each of the following questions, various terms of a letter series are given with one term missing as
shown by (?). Choose the missing term out of the given alternatives."

deb ijg nol ? xyz

Options: (a) stp (b) stq
(c) rsp (d) rsq
Question: 12 "In each of the following questions, various terms of a letter series are given with one term missing as
shown by (?). Choose the missing term out of the given alternatives."
"QPO, SRQ, UTS, WVU, ?"

Options: (a) XVZ (b) ZYA
(c) VWX (d) YXW
Question: 13 Complete the series.
"2, 4, 3, 9, 4, 16, _, 25"

Options: (a) 5 (b) 20
(c) 8 (d) 6
Question: 14 Complete the series.
"81, 64 49, 36, _, 16"

Options: (a) 24 (b) 39
(c) 18 (d) 25
Question: 15 Complete the series.
a a a _ _ b _ c _ d _ _ _ _ e

Options: (a) c c d d b b e e (b) c b c b d e d e
(c) b b c c d d e e (d) c c b b d d e e
Question: 16 Complete the series.
"16, 36, 64, 100 __"

Options: (a) 164 (b) 125
(c) 124 (d) 144
Question: 17 Complete the series.
_ a n d a n a n d _ n a n _ a n a n d _

Options: (a) n a a d (b) n a d a
(c) a n d a (d) a a d n
Question: 18 Complete the series.
1, 4, 27, 16, _, 36, 343 "

Options: (a) 2 (b) 3
(c) 4 (d) 1
Question: 19 How many a’s are there which are followed by 2 and are
preceded by 6 given series?
a23a54s2a3455a242a5376a2345a32

Options: (a) 1 (b) 2
(c) 3 (d) 4
Question: 20 How many g’s are there which are followed by e in the
given series? gedgge3rgegrgehtgegdegesfgegtegetge

Options: (a) 8 (b) 9
(c) 7 (d) 6


Question: 21 How many d’s are there which are followed by f’s in the
given series? dfddgtdfjuhdfndfdsfdfdedfhdfdgddf

Options: (a) 4 (b) 8
(c) 6 (d) 7

Question: 22 How many 3’s are there in the given series?
385345378334833583310

Options: (a) 10 (b) 8
(c) 7 (d) 9
Question: 23 How many w’s are there which are followed by g and
preceded by e in the given series?
dfhjewgsfewgehgerewgefwewg

Options: (a) 6 (b) 3
(c) 5 (d) 4
Question: 24 How many 2’s are there which are followed by a single
digit multiple of 3 in the given series?
2293526242327265629228262929

Options: (a) 7 (b) 8
(c) 5 (d) 6

Question: 25 How many q’s are there which are followed by g’s and
preceded by a 3 in the given series?
3qg3gw3qg3sd3qgs3qgq3efr3qg

Options: (a) 4 (b) 6
(c) 3 (d) 5
Question: 26 How many 4’s are there which are followed by 6 in the
given series?
462446574685461246274672461468246

Options: (a) 8 (b) 7
(c) 6 (d) 9
Question: 27 How many 9’s are there in the given series?
92394597296792695769119259

Options: (a) 8 (b) 7
(c) 10 (d) 9
Question: 28 How many p’s are there which are followed by f and
preceded by m in the given series?
mpfdfmpfgrsmpfwdfmpfasdmpfbefmpfhmpfadmpfpmpf

Options: (a) 8 (b) 9
(c) 7 (d) 10
Question: 29 How many 2’s are there which are followed by 3 and
preceded by a prime number in the given series?
223 523 723 223 723 223 523

Options: (a) 8 (b) 6
(c) 7 (d) 5





Question: 30 What is the sum of the number of 2’s and the number of
g’s in the given series?
s2sgjg9272jgktgkkm2228ugg2mbg2gufdggl20g

Options: (a) 20 (b) 21
(c) 18 (d) 24
Section 4: Basic Checking
In each question below five option are given, You have to recognize the repeat string from
the choices that follow.
Question: 1
Options: (a) EDUHU (b) EUDHU
(c) EDHUU (d) EDUHU
(e) EDUHU
Question: 2
Options: (a) JIHUJ (b) JHUIJ
(c) JUIHJ (d) JUHIJ
(e) JUHIJ
Question: 3
Options: (a) SUKIHG (b) SUIKHG
(c) SIUKHG (d) SUIKHG
(e) SUIHKG
Question: 4
Options: (a) NJIUYH (b) NIJUYH
(c) NJIYUH (d) NJIUHY
(e) NJIUYH
Question: 5
Options: (a) WHTYGU (b) WYHTGU
(c) WHYTGU (d) WHYTGU
(e) WHYGTU
Question: 6
Options: (a) SOIUYH (b) SIOUYH
(c) SIOUYH (d) SIOYUH
(e) SIOUHY
Question: 7
Options: (a) KIQOPS (b) KIOQPS
(c) KIOPQS (d) KIQQPS
(e) KIOQPS
Question: 8
Options: (a) SOIJNH (b) SOINJH
(c) SAFJNH (d) SOIJNH
(e) SOHYNH
Question: 9
Options: (a) mousdyh (b) mortjyh
(c) mouijyh (d) muoijyh
(e) mouijyh

Question: 10
Options: (a) aoujihy (b) aouijhy
(c) auojihy (d) aoujihy
(e) aoujhiy



Question: 11
Options: (a) soipujy (b) sopiujy
(c) sopiujy (d) spoiujy
(e) sopijuy
Question: 12
Options: (a) opujheg (b) opujheg
(c) oupjheg (d) opudteg
(e) opuhjeg

Question: 13
Options: (a) apoyhu (b) aophyu
(c) aopyhu (d) aoptp
(e) aopyhu

Question: 14
Options: (a) swjiuh (b) swijuh
(c) siwjuh (d) swijuh
(e) swijhu
Question: 15
Options: (a) opybnsdd (b) opybjnsd
(c) opybnjsd (d) oypbnjsd
(e) opybnjsd


Directions: Qs 16 to 30:
In each question below five numbers are given. Identify the series that repeat in the
choices.

Question: 16
Options: (a) 43976 (b) 49376
(c) 41776 (d) 43976
(e) 43796
Question: 17
Options: (a) 196746 (b) 179646
(c) 197646 (d) 197466
(e) 197646
Question: 18
Options: (a) 936562 (b) 932462
(c) 937562 (d) 937562
(e) 937652
Question: 19
Options: (a) 9234675 (b) 9324675
(c) 9234675 (d) 9236475
(e) 9134675

Question: 20
Options: (a) 389586 (b) 386986
(c) 382386 (d) 385986
(e) 385986
Question: 21
Options: (a) 278568 (b) 287568
(c) 287568 (d) 285768
(e) 287658


Question: 22
Options: (a) 429786 (b) 492786
(c) 427986 (d) 429876
(e) 429786
Question: 23
Options: (a) 259845 (b) 295845
(c) 298545 (d) 295845
(e) 295495
Question: 24
Options: (a) 194953 (b) 149953
(c) 194593 (d) 194953
(e) 192753
Question: 25
Options: (a) 754320 (b) 754320
(c) 745320 (d) 754330
(e) 753420
Question: 26
Options: (a) 10586475 (b) 10368475
(c) 10568475 (d) 10564875
(e) 10568475
Question: 27
Options: (a) 204650 (b) 206450
(c) 260450 (d) 206450
(e) 206540
Question: 28
Options: (a) 1058788 (b) 1085788
(c) 1083488 (d) 1085878
(e) 1085788
Question: 29
Options: (a) 8596385 (b) 89536385
(c) 8956385 (d) 8956385
(e) 8945385
Question: 30
Options: (a) 2086458 (b) 2084658
(c) 2086548 (d) 2086458
(e) 2806458
In each question below a number is given. You have to recognize the same number from
the choices that follow.
Question: 31 188976
Options: (a) 187968 (b) 188769
(c) 188976 (d) 189786


Question: 32 90877
Options: (a) 90787 (b) 97087
(c) 90877 (d) 98077
Question: 33 987656
Options: (a) 978656 (b) 987656
(c) 986756 (d) 987665
Question: 34 564354
Options: (a) 564534 (b) 564543
(c) 564354 (d) 564435


Question: 35 62098768
Options: (a) 62097868 (b) 62097668
(c) 60297868 (d) 62098768
Question: 36 9754566
Options: (a) 9765456 (b) 9754656
(c) 9575466 (d) 9754566
Question: 37 98649078
Options: (a) 98649078 (b) 98460979
(c) 98649079 (d) 98649708

Question: 38 167677868
Options: (a) 167768768 (b) 167677868
(c) 167678768 (d) 167678788
Qustion: 39 268745
Options: (a) 286574 (b) 286754
(c) 268754 (d) 268745
Question: 40 387465
Options: (a) 387645 (b) 386745
(c) 387465 (d) 387645

Directions: Qs 41 to 50:
In each question below four numbers are given. Identify the numbers that repeat in the
choices.
Question: 41
Options: (a) 5687245 (b) 5678245
(c) 5678245 (d) 5627845
Question: 42
Options: (a) 1098756 (b) 1097856
(c) 1095876 (d) 1098756
Question: 43
Options: (a) 898654 (b) 898564
(c) 898654 (d) 896854
Question: 44
Options: (a) 2978564 (b) 2987654
(c) 2987564 (d) 2987564
Question: 45
Options: (a) 387654 (b) 387564
(c) 387564 (d) 378564
Question: 46

Options: (a) 26945378 (b) 26945378
(c) 26495378 (d) 26954378
Question: 47
Options: (a) 489738 (b) 498738
(c) 497838 (d) 98738
Question: 48
Options: (a) 4984560 (b) 4984650
(c) 4984560 (d) 4948560



Question: 49
Options: (a) 6728974 (b) 6789274
(c) 6782974 (d) 6782974
Question: 50
Options: (a) 3897645 (b) 3987645
(c) 3978645 (d) 3987645