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Logical and analytical reasoning nonverbal
10 TM501 1
Total Questions :35
Logical and analytical reasoning verbal
Total Questions :20
Instruction for Q. Nos. 1 to 7 : In the questions given below establish the relationship between two words.Then from the given option select the one which has the same relationship as of the given two words. Q.1 Love is to Hate as Friend is to ....
a) b) c) d) e)
Trust Companion Enemy Despise Adore
Q.2 Scales is to Fish as Feathers is to ....
a) b) c) d) e)
Hat Birds Prune Fly Light
Q.3 TRILOGY : NOVEL
a) b) c) d) e)
Rice : Husk Milk : Cream Fabric : Weaving Gun : Catridge
Q.4 INCANDESCENT : GLOWING
a) b) c) d) e)
Indefatigable : Untiring Boor : Oafish
Tedious : Bore
Flash : Flame Candle : Light
Q.5 COFFEE : BEVERAGE
a) b) c) d) e)
Food : Tiffin Crayon : Stationery Invitation : Party Butter : Cosmetic Gift : Present
Q.6 PEDAGOGY : TEACHING
a) b) c) d) e)
Telepathy : Emotions Mycology : Fossils Cosmology : Cosmetics
Entomology : Insects
Radiology : Sound
Q.7 HOPE : ASPIRES
a) b) c) d)
Film : Plan Fake : Ordinary Fib : Lie Spirits : Soar
e) Instruction for Q. Nos. 8 to 10 :
Love : Elevates
Both the capitalised words in the following questions have a certain relationship with each other. Each pair is followed by four more pairs of words. Out of these four a pair is to be selected in which words are related to each other in the same way as in the capitalised pair. Q.8 LABOUR : WAGES
a) b) c) d)
employer : production officer : work
business : profits
teacher : books
Q.9 WATER : CONDUIT
rifle : shells
breath : nostrils
falter : waver divine : earthly
Q.10 LAUGHTER : HAPPINESS
a) b) c) d) Instruction for Q. Nos. 11 to 18 : In each of the following questions four words are alike in some manner. Spot the odd one out. Q.11
suffering : dejection
tears : sorrow
joy : elevation knowledge : capability
a) b) c)
12 a) b) c) d) e) Stool Wood Table Chair Bench Q.d) e) Geometry Arithmetic Q.14 a) b) c) d) e) Franc Hoity Pound Dinar Zloty Q.15 a) b) c) d) e) Mature Labour Digest Ripen Final .13 a) b) c) d) e) Tennis Soccer Billiards Cricket Hockey Q.
Q.19 Crowd Swarm Flock Team Herd a) b) c) d) Birds Chirp Horses . Nos.17 a) b) c) d) e) Snail Scorpion Tadpole Fish Crocodile Q.Hiss .16 a) b) c) d) e) Lion Panther Tiger Wolf Leopard Q.Hum Lions Roar Snakes .18 a) b) c) d) e) Instruction for Q.Q. 19 to 20 : In the following questions select the pair which is different from the other three.
3 DFST.FSTD.ETL. Then from the given options select the one which will complete the given series.HPN. 4 In the given series find the number which is wrong.2 BXJ. TSFD FDTS TDFS SFDT .STDF. Nos. 1 to 3 : In each of the following series determine the order of the letters.? a) b) c) d) Instruction for Q.? a) b) c) d) PHR NIR NHR MHR Q.20 a) b) c) d) Spain Madison Nepal ± Kathmandu USA Washington DC Pakistan ± Islamabad Instruction for Q.1 B D G K ? V a) b) c) d) N P Q M Q.Q. Q. No.KLP.
7 a) b) c) d) Instruction for Q.Q. Q.6 WVUT : NOPQ :: MLKJ :? a) b) c) d) CFED RSTU HIGJ UTSR Q. No.14.160. select the number from the given options which follows the same relationship as shared between the first two numbers. 8 JKLN NLJK JNLK KJLN In the following questions. 5 to 7 : In the questions given below one term is missing. Based on the relationship of the two given words find the missing term from the given options. Q. Nos.5 GFC : CFG :: RPJ :? 7 160 14 840 a) b) c) d) JRP JPR PJR RJP Q.7 RQTP : PTQR :: KLNJ :? a) b) c) d) Instruction for Q.42.8 14 : 20 :: 16 :? .840.4 5040.
No.11 a) b) c) d) NCDT BRSF ZGHV AQDM Instruction for Q.a) b) c) d) Instruction for Q.9 23 10 48 32 a) b) c) d) MLKA HGFA RQPA STUA Q. Q. Nos. Choose the one which is different from the rest. The numbers. 12 In each of the following questions. in these options. there are four options. Only one number does not fit in. 9 to 11 : Three of the following four in each question are alike in a certain way and so form a group.12 a) b) 7658 1234 .10 a) b) c) d) PQRN GHIS XYZQ STVW Q. Select the group of letters that does not belong to that group. Q. are alike in a certain manner.
16 In a certain code language. 13 to 15 : In the following questions select the right option which indicates the correct code for the word or letter given in the question.'col tip mot'means'singing is appreciable'. Q.Which of the following means 'Good'in that code language? a) b) c) d) Instruction for Q. No.14 In a certain code ABCD IS written as 2468 and EFGH as 1357. No.15 HORSE is written in a certain code as BUNGY and CAT as HOW. Nos.How will CAGE be written in that code? a) b) c) d) 6453 6251 6521 6215 Q. 16 OBYGW WYGBN UNHBY HBYGW In the following questions study the coded patterns and then select the right option from the given alternatives. Q.'mot baj min'means 'dancing is good'and'tip nop baj'means 'singing and dancing'. 17 mot min baj cannot be determined .how will CHEST be written in the same code? a) b) c) d) Instruction for Q.13 If in a certain code JOSEPH is coded as FKOALD. then GEORGE will be coded in the same way as : a) b) c) d) CBJNCA CANKCA CAKNCA CAKCNA Q.c) d) 9876 6543 Instruction for Q.
Raju is to the left of Sohan and Shyam is to the right of Mohan.18 A man travels 100 km towards South.East East South West a) 3 2 1 5 4 2 4 1 3 5 1 5 2 4 3 2 4 3 1 5 b) c) d) . Cry 5. Mother 2.From there he turns right and travels 100 km and again turns right to travel 50 km.17 Kittu is in-between Mohan and Sohan.then who is on their extreme right? a) b) c) d) e) Mohan Sohan Kittu Shyam Data Inadequate Instruction for Q. Child 3. Q. Q.Which direction is he in from his starting point? a) b) c) d) Instruction for Q. Q. under-stand the arrangement pattern and then select the right answer from the given options.If all the friends are sitting facing South. 19 to 20 : Choose the correct option. No.19 Which one would be a meaningful order of the following? 1. select the right answer from the given options to depict the correct direction / distance. Nos. Milk 4.In the following questions. 18 In the following questions. Smile North North .
e) 3 4 1 2 5 Q. soft and fragile? Priti Pratima Protima Priyana Priyanka a) b) c) d) Instruction for Q. Priti 4. Q. (v) D is sitting third from the south end. (iv) G is between E and F. Priyanka 2. No.22 Which of the conditions (i) to (v) given above is not required to find out the place in which A is sitting? Surplus Sensitive Catchy Honest a) b) c) (i) (ii) (iii) All statements are required None of these d) e) . Q.21 Which one is like tender. Pratima 5. (i) A.E. 21 Choose the correct option.20 Which name will come in the middle if these names are arranged in a telephone directory? 1. (iii) B is at an extreme end and has E as his neighbour.C.B. (ii) C is on the immediate right of D.D. Protima a) b) c) d) e) Instruction for Q. 22 to 27 : Read the paragraph carefully and answer the questions below it.F and G are sitting on a wall and all of them are facing east. Priyana 3. Nos.
25 Name the person who should change places with C such that he gets the third place from the north end? a) b) c) d) e) G F E Can't be determined None of these Q.24 Immediately between which of the following pairs of people is D sitting? a) b) c) d) e) CE AC CF AF None of these Q.26 Who is sitting to the right of E? a) b) c) d) e) F D C A None of these .23 Which of the following pairs of people are sitting at the extreme ends? a) b) c) d) e) AE AB FB CB Cannot be determined Q.Q.
30 Which of the following would mean 'M' is the father of 'N'? . Q. 28 to 31 : Read the paragraph carefully and answer the questions below it.who is the spouse of T. Reading the above information answer the questions below: Q.27 Which of the following pairs of people are sitting next to F? a) b) c) d) e) Instruction for Q.28 Who is the grandfather of P? EG DC ED GD None of these a) b) c) d) e) U S R V None of these Q.Q.B means 'A' is the husband of 'B'. (D) A . S and R are brothers. P is the daughter of V. U is the spouse of R and mother of Q.29 Who is the cousin of Q? a) b) c) d) e) T V R P None of these (A) A * B means 'A' is the brother of 'B'.T is the daughter of S. (B) A + B means 'A' is the mother of 'B'. Nos. (C) A / B means 'A' is the son of 'B'.
32 to 35 : Choose the correct option.31 Which of the following is definitely true if 'N' is the son of 'M'? a) b) c) M+ N* O M+ N-O N/M All the three are true None of the three are true d) e) Instruction for Q. Nos.a) b) c) d) M/N +O M* O-N M+ O/N MO+ N None of these e) Q. .
Q.32 a) b) c) d) e) .
Q.33 a) b) c) d ) e) .
Q.34 a) b) c) d) e) .
Q.Q. Forty-five minutes later another train started from station 'B' and proceeded towards station 'A' at 50 Km/hr.1 A train started from station 'A' and proceeded towards station 'B' at a speed of 48 Km/hr.35 a) b) c) d) 10 TM501 1 Numerical and mathematical abilities Total Questions :15 Back Instruction for Q. at what distance from station 'A' will the trains meet? 132 Km 144 Km 108 Km 160 Km None of a) b) c) d) e) . If the distance between the two stations is 232 Km. Nos. 1 to 3 : Choose the correct option.
Nos.these Q.4 Nitin was counting down from 32. Q. on which day is their mother's birthday? a) b) Twentieth Twentyfirst Twentieth or Twenty first Twenty second None of these c) d) e) Q. Shasank was counting upwards. the numbers starting from 1 and he was calling out only the odd numbers. If both of them remember correctly. Which common number will they call out at the same time if they were calling out at the same speed? a) b) c) 21 22 19 They will not call out the same number None of these d) e) .3 At what time between 7 and 8 o'clock the hands of clock will be together? a) 23 minutes past 7 21 1/11 minutes past 7 38 2/11 minutes past 7 11 1/11 minutes past 7 b) c) d) Instruction for Q.2 Arjun remembers that his mother's birthday is between fifteenth and twenty-first November. 4 to 5 : Choose the correct option. His sister remembers that their mother's birthday is between nineteenth and twenty-fifth November.
3500 .1200 Rs.1000 Rs. 45.C invested some money such that capital of C is half of B and capital of B is half of A.000 Rs. the total profit from the business is Rs.000.7000 then profit share of B is a) b) c) d) Instruction for Q. 6 to 8 : Choose the correct option.5 How many 8's are there in the given sequence which are not immediately preceded by 09 and not immediately followed by 90? 90809098908908098909809890890 a) b) c) d) 1 2 3 More than 3 None of these e) Instruction for Q. Nos. If at the end of one year.5000 and they get 20% profit at the end of year.B. Pramod joined him with a capital of Rs. Nos.1500 Q.000 Rs.14.000 None of these Q.16.Q. what would be Pramod's share in it? a) b) c) d) e) Rs.000. If they get a profit of Rs.2500 Rs.60. 9 to 10 : Choose the correct option. Then share of B is a) b) c) d) Rs.000.4000 and Rs.10. Rs. After three months.26.8 A.6 Arun started a business investing Rs. Q.7 A and B invested Rs.13.3000 Rs.000 Rs.1300 Rs.2000 Rs.
3056 Rs. 100 m. 80 m. for 2 years and simple interest at 4% p.How long should the racecourse be so that A and B might reach in the same time? 75 m. 11 Choose the correct option.a.5000 at 5% p.500 a) b) c) d) Instruction for Q.11 Two containers of milk contain mixtures of water and milk in ratio 5:4 and 7:9.Q. Rs. 150 m.400 Rs.3750 at compound interest at the rate of 4% p.10 What is the compound interest (compounded yearly) of Rs. Nos.12 A runs twice as fast as B and gives B a start of 50m. Rs. Rs.50. No.500 Rs.9 The amount of principal Rs. Rs.4000 Rs. a) b) c) d) Q.512.400 Rs412. The time taken by B in the race course is .4056 Q.512. Q. 6:5 7:5 9:8 8:9 Q. 12 to 14 : Choose the correct option.13 In a 200 m Race A beats B by 15 meters or 6 sec.80.3912 Rs.a. In what ratio they should be mixed so that mixture is of 6:6 ratio? a) b) c) d) Instruction for Q.400.50. for 2 years is a) b) c) d) Rs.a for 2 years? Rs.
2 to 10 : Choose the correct option. 1 From the two options given below each sentence select the one to fill the blank appropriately. No. 10 TM501 1 English . then by how much distance A can beat B? 195 m 280 m 220 m 300 m a) b) c) d) Instruction for Q.1 Please fill up this _______ and give it back to me.a) b) c) d) 65 sec. Nos. 15 Choose the correct option. a) b) Instruction for Q. No. 90 sec.15 The age of Rakesh's father is 4 times of Rakesh's age. what is present age of Rakesh? a) b) c) d) 7 years 10 years 15 years 18 years.14 A can run 3 Kms in 3 min 18 sec and B can run same distance in 3 min 40 sec. Q. 70 sec. 80 sec.I Total Questions :10 Back Instruction for Q. 5 years ago it was 7 times that of son's age. form farm . Q. Q.
Q. common dissipated.5 Many tourists to India visit the beautiful _____________ of Kashmir ______________ in spring and summer.6 The children were disappointed because they had hoped ________ with us.3 We never believed that he would resort to ______________ in order to achieve his end. expensive desiccated.4 The Indian princes and rulers seldom thought in terms of the country as a whole and ___________ their time and energy in _________ warfare. we always regarded him as an honest man.2 This legend has been _______________ from father to son. . isolationist wasted. a) b) c) d) e) subterfuge logic diplomacy charm cunning Q. mutual depreciated. exhausted. frequently lakes. a) b) c) d) scencery. especially Q. generally town. reciprocal a) b) c) d) e) Q. a) b) c) d) handed in handed out handed over handed down Q. rarely valley.
8 She ______________ in the crowd because of her height and flaming red hair. a) b) c) d) deposit deficit debit demote Q. a) b) c) d) stood by stood off stood up stood out Q.9 Washing machines ______________ popular in India in the last ten years or so.a) b) c) to have gone to go would have gone Q. a) b) c) d) became are become have become are becoming Q. a) b) c) d) e) for to of with against .7 My friend took his first pay to the bank to ____________ it in his account.10 He succeeded in getting possession _______________ his land after a long court case.
1 to 5 : Choose the word among the four options which is the closest in meaning to the given word. Nos.1 CANDID a) b) c) d) Convivial Frank Sly Candidate Q.10 TM501 1 English .2 Wreak Cause to happen or to occur as a consequence a) to throw to use with full effect to grasp to cut b) c) d) Q.3 Baffle a) b) c) d) to disconcert tease strike send away Q.II Total Questions :10 Back Instruction for Q. Q.4 Gargoyle a) stone spout .
8 S1 : To protest against P : callous attitude of the police Q : the alleged high handedness R : of the sarpanch and S : the shopkeepers of the area observed . Nos. The rest of the passage is split into four parts and marked P.7 Urban a) b) c) d) rustic rural civil domestic Instruction for Q.6 Erect act of devouring act of forgiveness failure ultimate completion a) b) c) d) Demolish Contract Confront Strip Q.b) c) d) golden eagle garish vile Q. 8 In the following questions the first and the last parts of the passage are numbered S1 and S6. Read the sentence and find out which of the four combinations is correct.5 Consummation a) b) c) d) Instruction for Q. These four parts are not given in their proper order. Q. 6 to 7 : Choose the correct Antonym out of the four given alternatives against each of the following words : Q. R and S. No. Q.
to in . King Mahabali of Vijaygad was respected by ministers and people for his able administration. PQRS QRSP QRPS SRPQ a) b) c) d) e) in . Nos. Q. with with . 9 to 10 : Choose the correct option. a) b) c) d) with in at None of these 10 TM501 1 English . a) b) c) d) Instruction for Q. his vision and concern for .S6 : a two hour bandh. but did not deal honestly ________________ me. by with .10 He resembles _____________ his mother.III Total Questions :10 Back Instruction for Q. by None of these Q. 1 to 10 : Read the paragraph carefully and answer the questions below it.9 The shopkeeper deals _______________ grain. Nos.
A month later. I will get the horse for you´ Almost everyone expect the king wanted to laugh at this. won¶t you give much more for a live one?´ when people hear of this. I think he may need a horse from outside kingdom´. Virsen and all others Started their efforts. and will quickly send you their best. ³I think he may be needing a horse trained for wars and battles´ opined Virsen his army chief. ³Which coloured horse sir. ³Sir. six months passed in vain. Once in one of his meetings with ministers he expressed his desire to purchase a horse even at a high cost of 1000 gold coins. But. Usmanbhai and Gunaji received a handsome prize. ³I want a horse which can run around 300 miles without stopping´. his home minister uttered. Gunaji reported to the court of the king. the king said angrily. Once. if you permit. ³No. when king was discussing with his minister. king agreed to his request. the court jester-Gunaji said. ³what ? 500 gold coins for a horse¶s skull´. they will know you are really willing to pay for a good horse. I have spent 500 gold coins for this ______´. Q. he roared. ³Sir.the welfare of the people. Cheliraja. Dhanraj. ³Sir. The King silenced them an said. Hirabhai. ³I want a live horse!´. his finance minister. ³what used is a dead horse to me?´ why spend 500 gold coins on nothing?´ Gunaji replied calmly. Cheliraja. The king nodded his head and decided to wait.1 All of the following were making the efforts in purchasing the horse except a) b) c) d) Dhanraj Hirabhai Virsen Cheliraja . In month¶s time king got three excellent horses from two traders. black or pure white or brown?´ asked Dhanraj. if you spend five hundred gold coins on a dead horse.
4 Why was the king angry with Gunaji? a) He got three horses in place of one He insulted his minister He paid more than 1000 gold coins for a dead horse He bought a skull b) c) d) .Q.2 Why did Gunaji spend 500 gold coins on a horse skull? a) It was a normal price for the skull Skull of a horse is not easily available To create interest in the horse traders He was not bothered as it was king¶s money b) c) d) Q.3 Which of the following is most opposite in meaning of the word µhandsome¶ used in the passage? a) b) c) d) Ugly Petty Attractive Minute Q.
as if we were entitled to them as a matter of right. are more advanced. Now.railways. or is superior to.6 Which one of the following statements is true? a) An engine driver is cleverer than Plato or Socrates Plato or Socrates b) . the engine driver is more advanced than. Q. It would be the height of absurdity to say that because an engine driver can run an engine and Plato or Socrates could not. electricity.5 Which of the following is most opposite in meaning of the word µhigh¶ used in the passage? a) b) c) d) Paltry Short Deep Flat Most of us use the products of science . wireless and thousands of others without thinking how they came into existence. there is no doubt that our age is very different from previous ages and I think it is perfectly correct to say that it is far more advanced. We are very proud of the fact that we live in an advanced age and are ourselves very advanced. aeroplanes. as individuals or groups. We take them for granted.in place of live horse that too at a high price Q. Plato or Socrates. But it would be perfectly correct to say that the engine itself is a more advanced method of locomation than Plato's chariot was. But it is a different thing from saying that we.
8 According to the author. the present age is far more advanced than a) All the previous ages in some respects The age of Plato and Socrates in some respects b) .7 In this passage. the author mentions Plato and Socrates to emphasise that a) They were men of great scholarship People as individuals in the modern age are not more advanced than their predecessors The engine is a better mode of locomotion than Plato's chariot Plato and Socrates had greater respect for learning b) c) d) Q.are in no way inferior to the engine driver Plato and Socrates surpassed the engine driver in every respect The engine driver cannot be compared to Plato or Socrates c) d) Q.
10 People today are very proud because they live a) b) c) d) In a philosophically advanced age In a materially advanced age In a scientifically advanced age In a spiritually advanced age .c) Some of the previous ages in all respects All the previous ages in all respects d) Q.9 Many of us make use of machines a) With very little knowledge of their mechanism Without any knowledge of their historical significance With full knowledge of their genesis Without knowing how they were invented b) c) d) Q.
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