Sample Questions

ENGLISH

Directions : Read the passage careIully and choose the best answer out oI the Iour
alternatives and choose E iI none oI them is true.

Passage 1

As medium oI literary expression, the common language is inadequate. Like the man oI
letters, the scientist Iinds it necessary to give a purer sense to the words oI the tribe`. But
the purity oI scientiIic language is not the same as the purity oI literary language.

The aim oI the scientist is to say only one thing at a time, and to say it unambiguously
and with the greatest possible clarity. To achieve this, he simpliIies and jargonizes. In
other words, he uses the vocabulary and syntax oI common speech in such a way that
each phrase is susceptible to only one interpretation; and when the vocabulary and syntax
oI common speech are too imprecise Ior this purpose he invites a new technical language,
or jargon specially designed to express the limited meaning with which he is
proIessionally concerned. At its most perIectly pure. ScientiIic language ceases to the
matter oI words and terms into mathematics.

The literary artist puriIies the language oI the tribe in a radically diIIerent way. The
scientist`s aim, as we have seen is to say one thing, and only one thing at a time. This
most emphatically, is not the aim oI the literary artist. Human liIe is lived simultaneously
in many levels and has many meanings. Literature is a device Ior reporting the
multiIarious Iacts and expressing their various signiIicances. When the literary artist
undertakes to give a pure sense to the words oI his tribe, he does so with the express
purpose oI creating a language capable oI conveying, not the single meaning oI some
particular science, but the multiple signiIicance oI human experience, its most private
was well as on its more public levels.

1. The passage highlights the diIIerence between :

A) The language of science and of literature
B) The language oI the tribe and that oI a civilized man
C) Jargon and language oI the common man
D) The central purpose oI science and literature

2. Jargon` in the context oI the passage means :

A) DiIIicult language
B) Technical language
C) Language with limited meaning
D) Mathematical language

3. The purpose oI literature according to the passage is :

A) Express views privately as well as publicly
B) Report multifarious facts of life
C) View liIe Irom various planes
D) None oI the above

4. The language oI science is :

A) Precise B) Verbose C) Ambiguous D) None oI the above

5. According to the passage :

A) Language oI science is pure
B) Language oI literature is pure
C) The language of science and that of literature, each in its own way, makes
for pure expression.
D) None oI the above



Passage - 2


Alzheimer`s disease impairs a person`s ability to recall memories, both distant and as a
Iew hours beIore. Although there is no cure yet Ior the illness, there may be hope Ior a
cure with a protein called nerve growth Iactor. The protein is produced by nerve cells in
the same region oI the brain where Alzheimer`s occurs. Based on this relationship,
scientists Irom the University oI Lund is Sweden and the University oI CaliIornia at San
Diego designed an experiment to test whether doses oI nerve growth Iactors could service
the eIIects oI memory loss caused by Alzheimer`s. using a group oI rats with impaired
memory, the scientist gave halI oI the rats doses oI nerve growth Iactor while giving the
other halI a blood protein as a placebo, thus creating a control group. At the end oI the
Iour-week test, the rats given the nerve growth Iactor perIormed equally to rats with
normal memory abilities, while experiments do not show that nerve growth Iactor can
stop the general process oI deterioration caused by Alzheimer`s they do show potential as
a means to slowing the process signiIicantly.

1. This passage is mainly concerned with :

A) Cures Ior Alzheimer`s disease
B) Impaired memory oI patients
C) The use oI rats as experimental subjects
D) Never growth factor as a cure for Alzheimer`s

2. According to the passage where is nerve growth Iactor produce in the body ?

A) In the pituitary gland
B) In nerve cells in brain
C) In red blood cells in the circulatory system
D) In nerve cells in the special column

3. The word impairs (underlined) is most similar to which oI the Iollowing ?

A) AIIects B) Destroys C) Enhances D) Diminishes

4. Which oI the Iollowing can be inIerred Irom the passage ?

A) Alzheimer`s disease is deadly
B) Though unsuccessIul, the experiments did show some beneIits derived Irom
new growth Iactors.
C) The experiment did not show any signiIicant beneIits Irom nerve growth Iactor
D) More work needs to be done to understand the eIIects oI nerve growth centre

5. The passage most closely resembles which oI the Iollowing patterns oI
organization ?

A) Chronological
B) Statement and illustration
C) Alphabetical order
D) None oI the above



Passage - 3

Over Iour hundred years aIter his death, scholars are still traveling the mysteries oI
Michelangelo`s art. Recently one mystery that was revealed was that his Iamous drawing
oI a pensive Cleopatra included a hidden drawing oI a diIIerent Cleopatra on the reverse
side. This hidden Cleopatra shows a tormented woman, whose eyes stare out at the
viewer and whose mouth is open, screaming in horror. The two images, drawn on two
sides oI the same paper, can be viewed simultaneously. A second mystery concerns
Michelangelo`s architectural plan Ior the dome oI St. Peter`s Basilica in Rome. Did he
intend Ior the dome to look like the model he built between 1558 and 1561 ? Or did he
change his mind aIter building the model and decide to elevate the dome in the way it is
today ? Scholars do not agree on the answer. A third mystery about one oI the greatest
artists who ever lived was why he destroyed hundred or thousands oI his drawings beIore
he died. Did he Ieel they were unimportant ? Die he want posterity to see only his
Iinished products ?


1. It can be inIerred Irom the passage that the most unusual aspect oI the Cleopatra
drawing is that :

A) The Iigure is tormented.
B) The Iigure is screaming.
C) One drawing is hidden.
D) One drawing is backward.

2. The word 'pensive¨ (underlined) can best be substituted with the word :

A) Angry B) Happy C) Anxious D) Thoughtful

3. The dome oI St. Peter`s Basilica :

A) Bears no relation to the one in the model.
B) Was destroyed aIter the model was built
C) Is raised more than the one in the model
D) Follows the plan oI the model

4. According to the passage, Michelangelo is :

A) A private person
B) One of greatest artists in the world
C) The most Iamous architect in Rome.
D) Screaming in horror.

5. Why did Michelangelo destroy so many drawings beIore he died ?

A) Nobody knows
B) They were unimportant
C) They were only draIts
D) He had changed the drawings.


Passage 4

There is one circumstance in a learned education which ought to have much weight, even
with those who have no learning at all. The books read at school and colleges are Iull oI
incitements to virtue and discouragements Irom vice, drawn Irom the wisest reasons, the
strongest motives, and the most inIluencing examples. Thus, young minds are Iilled early
with an inclination to good and an abhorrence oI evil, both which increase in them
according to the advances they make in literature; and, although they may be, and too
oIten are, drawn by the temptations oI youth, and the opportunities oI a large Iortune, into
some irregularities when they come Iorward into the great world, it is ever with
reluctance and compunction oI mind, because their blas to virtue still continues,. They
may stray sometimes out oI inIirmity or compliance, but they will soon return to the right
road and keep it always in view. I speak only oI those excesses which are too much the
attendants oI youth and warmer blood, Ior, as to the points oI honour, truth, justice, and
other noble giIts oI the mind wherein the temperature oI the body hath no concern, they
are seldom or ever known to be wild.

1. The books one reads at school and college

(A) do not aIIect the readers in any way
(B) the reader gains nothing Irom them
(C) the reader learns about the good and the bad
(D) they form good habits and bad habits in the learner

2. Some irregularities` as used in the passage means

(A) some acts that are wrong or evil
(B) some objects that are not regular or smooth
(C) somethings that do not have proper shape or size
(D) some actions that do not legal permission


3. When young people enter the great world they

(A) willingly commit acts oI evil
(B) try very hard not do commit acts of evil
(C) inspite oI trying hard not to do commit acts oI evil
(D) never do any evil acts at all

4. Even iI young people commit some irregularities they are never completely lost
because

(A) they always keep the right road in view
(B) they have come into a great world
(C) they are guided by their inner virtues
(D) they are guided by virtuous people

5. Noble giIts oI the mind reIers to

(A) giIts oI value received by the mind
(B) valuable giIts presided to the mind
(C) fine qualities of the mind
(D) Iine qualities oI the noble people





Directions : Each oI these question consists oI a word, Iollowed by Iour words. Choose
the word that is most nearly opposite in meaning to the word given in
question:


1. MYOPIC

A) Black (B) Gloomy (C) Farsighted (D) PerIumed


2. TENACIOUS

A) Faint-hearted (B) Yielding (C) Erroneous (D) Praiseworthy

3. RADICAL

A) Fashionable (B) Diabolic (C) Conservation (D) Myopic

4. FLAMBOYANT

A) Lateral (B) Dull (C) Maverick (D) Antique

5. TANTALISING

A) Toiling (B) Seance (C) Repulsive (D) Seamy

6. PROLIFERATE

A) Reproduce (B) Thrive (C) Impel (D) Burgeon

7. REMOTE

A) Secluded (B) Distant (C) Slight (D) Compunction

8. IMMACULATE

A) Spotless (B) Sinless (C) Omnipresent (D) Innocent

9. DOCILE

A) Unmanageable (B) DutiIul (C) Submissive (D) PainIul

10. EQUIVOCAL

A) Mistaken (B) Quaint (C) Clear (D) Universal

Directions : Each oI these questions consists oI a word given in CAPITALS, Iollowed
by Iour words. Choose the word that is most nearly the same in meaning
to the given in CAPITALS. Since some oI the questions require you to
distinguished the Iine shades oI meaning, be sure to consider all the
choices beIore deciding which one is the best :

1. SERENDIPITY

A) Peace (B) Luck (C) Joy (D) Fate

2. PUCKISH

A) CheerIul (B) Disc-like (C) Gullible (D) Mischievous

3. SACCHARINE

A) Clumsy (B) Carriage (C) Syrupy (D)
Caustic

4. TENACIOUS

A) Determined (B) Peevish (C) Brazen (D) Impious

5. INEBRIETY

A) Drunkenness (B) Gluttony (C) Felory (D) Starvation

6. INUNDATE

A) Abuse (B) Deny (C) Swallow (D) Floop


7. AUXILIARY

A) Righteous (B) Prospective (C) Assistant
(D) Invoice

8. AWRY

A) Recommended (B) Commiserating (C) Startled
(D) Crooked

9. BRAZEN
A) Shameless (B) Quick (C) Modest (D) Pleasant

10. CACHE

A) Lock (B) Hiding Place (C) Tide (D) Automobile


DICTIONARY USAGE


Directions : In each questions, the word at the top of the table is used in four
different ways, numbered (A) to (D). Choose the option in which the usage of the
word is incorrect or inappropriate.


1. Near

A) I got there just aIter you leIt-a near miss !
B) She and her near friend left early
C) The ear led to a near doubling oI oil prices
D) They came near to tears seeing the plight oI the victims.

2. Hand

A) I have my hand full, I cannot do it today
B) The minister visited the jail to see the breach at Iirst hand.
C) The situation is getting out oI hand here !
D) When the rooI oI my house was blown away. He was willing to lend me a hand

3. For

A) He has a great eye Ior detail
B) We are waiting Ior the day
C) I can`t bear for her to be angry
D) It couldn`t be done Ior ever.

4. Fallout

A) Nagasaki suIIered Irom the Iallout oI nuclear radiation.
B) People believed that the political Iallout oI the scandal would be insigniIicant.
C) Who can predict the environmental Iallout oI the WTO agreements ?
D) The headmaster could not understand the fallout of several of his good
students at the public examination.

5. Passing

A) She did not have passing marks in mathematics.
B) The mad woman was cursing everybody passing her on the road.
C) At the birthday party all the children enjoyed a game oI passing the parcel.
D) A passing taxi was stopped to rush the accident victim to the hospital.


6. Bolt

A) The shopkeeper showed us a bolt oI Iind silk.
B) As he could not move, he made a bolt for the gate.
C) Could you please bolt the door ?
D) The thieI was arrested beIore he could bolt Irom the scene oI the crime.

7. Help

A) This syrup will help your cold.
B) I can`t help he colour oI my skin
C)Ranjit may help himself with the beer in the fridge.
D) Do you really expect me to help you out with cash ?

8. Reason

A) Your stand is beyond all reason.
B) Has she given you any reason Ior the resignation ?
C) There is little reason in your pompous advice.
D) How do you deal with a friend who doesn`t listen to a reason ?

9. Paper

A) Your suggestions look great on the paper, but are absolutely impractical.
B) Do you know how may trees are killed to make a truckload oI paper ?
C) So Iar I have been able to paper over the disagreements among my brothers.
D) Dr. Malek will read a paper on criminalization oI politics.

10. Business

A) I want to do an MBA beIore going into business
B) My wife runs profitable business in this suburb.
C) II we advertise we will get twice as much business as we have now.
D) How you spend your money is as much my business as your.


Directions : Fill in the blanks in given sentence with appropriate words.



1. This simpliIied ¸¸¸¸¸¸¸¸¸ to the decision making process is a must read Ior any
one ¸¸¸¸¸¸ important real estate, personal or proIessional decision.

a. printer , maximizing
b. tract , enacting
c. introduction , under
d. guide , facing

2. Physicians may soon have ¸¸¸¸¸¸¸¸ to help paralyzed people move their limbs
by bypassing the ¸¸¸¸¸¸ nerves that once controlled their muscles.

i) instruments , detrimental
ii) ways , damaged
iii) reason , involuntary
iv) impediments, complex

3. The interest is a medium where users have nearly ¸¸¸¸¸¸¸ choices and ¸¸¸¸¸¸
constraints about where to go and what to do

i) unbalanced , non-existent
ii) embarrassing , no
iii) unlimited , minimal
iv) choking , shocking

4. Companies that try to improve employees; perIormance by ¸¸¸¸¸¸ rewards
encourage negative kinds oI behaviour instead oI ¸¸¸¸¸¸¸¸ a genuine interest in
doing the work well.

i) giving , seeking
ii) bestowing , discouraging
iii) conIerring , discrediting
iv) withholding , fostering

5. The ¸¸¸¸¸¸¸¸ regions oI Spain all have unique cultures, but the ¸¸¸¸¸¸ views
within each region make the issue oI an acceptable common language oI
instruction an even more contentious one.

i) different , discrete
ii) distinct , disparate
iii) divergent , distinct
iv) diIIerent , competing

6. Since, her Iace was Iree oI ¸¸¸¸¸¸ there was no way to ¸¸¸¸¸ iI she appreciated
what had happened.

i) make-up , realize
ii) expression , ascertain
iii) emotion , diagnose
iv) scars , understand

7. In this context, the ¸¸¸¸¸ oI the British labour movement is particularly ¸¸¸¸¸

i) aIIair , weird
ii) activity , moving
iii) experience , significant
iv) atmosphere , gloomy

8. Though one eye is kept Iirmly on the ¸¸¸¸¸¸ the company now also promotes
¸¸¸¸¸ contemporary art.

i) present , experimental
ii) future, Popular
iii) present, Popular
iv) market , Popular

9. It will take some time Ior many South Koreans to ¸¸¸¸ the conIlicting images oI
North Korea, let alone to ¸¸¸¸ what to make oI their northern cousins.

i) Reconcile, decide
ii) Understand, clariIy
iii) make out, decide
iv) reconcile , understand

10. When children become more experience with words as visual symbols, they Iind
that they can gain meaning without making ¸¸¸¸¸¸¸ sounds.

i) aural
ii) audible
iii) vocal
iv) intelligible
MATHEMATICS


1. Two taps can Iill a tank in 15 and 12 minutes respectively. A third tap can
empty it in 20 minutes. II all the taps are opened at the same time then in how
much time will the tank be Iilled ?

A) GD\V
2
1
8 B) 10 minutes

C) GD\V
3
1
11 D) 14 minutes

2. There were two candidates in an election. 10º oI the voters did not vote. 60
votes were declared invalid. The elected candidate got 308 votes more than
his opponent. II the elected candidates got 47º oI the total votes, how many
votes did each candidate get ?

A) 2316 and 2012 B) 2629 and 2324
C) 2871 and 2575 D) 2914 and 2606

3. 4 men and 10 women were put on a work. They completed 1/3 oI the work in
4 days. AIter this 2 men and 2 women were increased. They completed 2/9
more oI the work in 2 days. II the remaining work is to be completed in 3
days, then how many more women must be increased ?

A) 32 B) 8 C) 50 D) 55

4. Four horses are tied on the Iour corners iI square Iield oI 14 m length so that
each horse can just touch the other two horses. The were able to graze in the
area accessible to them Ior 11 days. For how many days is the ungrazed area
suIIicient Ior them ?

A) 3 days B) 4 days C) 5 days D) 2 days
5. The traIIic lights at three diIIerent road crossing change aIter every 48
seconds, 72 seconds and 108 seconds respectively. II they all change
simultaneously at 8 : 20 hours, then at what time will they again change
simultaneously ?

A) 8 : 20 : 08 hrs. B) 8 : 24 : 10 hrs.
C) 8 : 27 : 12 hrs. D) 8 : 30 : 15 hrs.

6. A man has 1044 candles. AIter burning, he can make a new candle Irom 9
stubs leIt behind. Find the maximum number oI candles that can be made ?

A) 116 B) 120 C) 130 D) 140

7. Three dealers A, B, and C oIIer an article at the same list price. A allows a series oI
discount oI 25º and 15º. B allows a series oI discount oI 10º and 30º, while C
oIIers a single discount oI 36º. Then
a. A`s oIIer is best
b. All the oIIers are the same
c. B`s offer is best
d. C`s oIIer is best

8.Two cyclists start on a circular track Irom a given point but in opposite directions with
speeds oI 7 m/sec and 8 m/sec respectively. II the circumIerence oI the circle is 300 meters,
aIter what time will they meet at the starting point ?

A) 100 sec B) 20 sec C) 300 sec D) 200 sec

9. II 5 men and 2 boys working together can do Iour times as much work per hour as a
man and a boy do together, the ratio oI the work oI a man to that oI a boy Ior a given time
is
A) 2 : 1 B) 1 : 2 C) 1 : 3 D) 3 : 1

10. II it takes 10 days to dig a trench 100 m long, 50 m broad and 10 m deep, what
length oI trench 25 m broad and 15 m deep can bedug in 30 days
A) 400 m B) 200 m C) 100 m D) 800/9 m
11. In order that the number 1 Y 3 Y 6 is divisible by 11, the digit Y should be


A) 1 B) 2 C) 5 D) 6


12. The numbers 1, 3, 5, ¸¸¸¸¸ 25 are multiplied together. The number oI zeros at the
right end oI the product is

A) 1 B) 0 C) 2 D) 3

13. How many numbers between 200 and 600 are divisible by 4, 5 and 6 ?

A) 5 B) 9 C) 7 D) 8

14. The greatest is among

13  11 , 7  5 and 5  3 is

A) 13  11 B) 5  3
C) 7  5 D) None oI these.

15. First 100 multiplies oI 10, i.e., 10 , 20, 30 ¸¸¸¸ 1000 are multiplied together. The
number oI zero at the end oI the product will be

A) 100 B) 111 C) 120 D) 125

16. The smallest Iraction which should be subtracted Irom the sum oI 1/ , 2½ ,
12
7
5 ,
3
1
3 and
4
1
2 to make the result a whole number is

A)
12
5
B)
2
1


C)
12
7
D) 7
17. The sum oI the three consecutive even numbers is 28 more than the average oI these
three numbers. What is the Iirst oI these three numbers ?

A) 14 B) 12 C) 16 D) None oI these

18. When a number is divided by 8, the remainder is 6 and when the same number is
divided by 7, the remainder is 5, what is the number ?

A) 51 B) 37 C) 54 D) Data Inadequate

19. In a committee, 50 people speak French, 20 speak Spanish and 10 speak Spanish and
French. The number oI persons speaking at least one oI these two languages is :

A) 60 B) 40 C) 38 D) None oI these

20. How many 5 digit numbers can be Iormed by using all the digits 0, 2, 4, 7 and 5 not
divisible by 75 ?
A) 14 B) 18 C) 78 D) 82
21.The H.C.F. and L.C.M. oI two numbers are 21 and 4641 respectively. II one oI the
numbers lies between 200 and 300, then the two numbers are :

A) 273 , 357 B) 273 , 361
C) 273 , 359 D) 273 , 363


22. There are two examination rooms and B. II 10 candidates are sent Irom A to B, then
the number oI students in each room becomes the same. II 20 candidates are sent Irom B
to A, then the number oI students in A becomes double the number oI students in B. Find
the number oI students in each room.

A) 100 in A and 80 in B B) 80 in A and 100 in B
C) 120 in A and 100 in B D) 100 in A and 120 in B
23.The least value oI 3
x
¹ 3
-x
is

A) 2 B) 1 C) 0 D) 2/3

24. II a, b, c are real numbers such that :
a b ¹ c · 1
a ¹ b ¹ c > - 1 and
9a ¹ 3b ¹ c · -4, then what is the sign oI 'a¨ ?

A) '¹¨ only B) '  ' C) ¹` or  D) Cannot say

25. The sum oI two numbers is 462 and their highest common Iactor is 22. What is the
maximum number oI pairs that satisIy these conditions ?

A) 1 B) 3 C) 2 D) 6

26. The ages oI the two persons diIIer by 20 years. II 5 years ago, the older one be 5
times as old as the younger one, then their present ages, in years, are

A) 25, 5 B) 30, 10 C) 35, 15 D) 50, 30

27.II ( a ¹ b ¹ 2c ¹3d ) ( a b 2c ¹ 3d ) ÷ (a b ¹ 2c 3d ) x (a ¹ b ¹ 2c 3d), then
2bc is equal to :

A) 3 ad B) 3/2 C) a²d² D) 3a/2d

28. Students oI a class are preparing Ior a drill and are made to stand in a row. II 4
students are extra in a row, then there would be 2 rows less. But there would be 4 more
rows iI 4 students are less in a row. The number oI students in the class is :

A) 96 B) 56 C) 69 D) 65
29.Several liters oI acid were drawn oII a 54 liter vessel Iull oI acid and an equal amount
oI water added. Again the same volume oI the mixture was drawn oII and replaced by
water. As a result the vessel contained 24 liters oI pure acid. How much oI the acid was
drawn oII initially ?

A) 12 liters B) 16 liters C) 18 liters D) 24 liters


30. In a zoo, there are rabbits and pigeons. II their heads are counted, these are 90 while
their legs are 224. Iind the number oI pigeons in the zoo.

A) 70 B) 68 C) 72 D) 22

31. What least number must be subtracted Irom each oI the numbers 14, 17, 34 and 42
so that the remainders are proportional ?

A) 0 B) 1 C) 2 D) 7
32.II the polynomial ] (x) is such that ] (- 43 ) ÷ 0, then a Iactor oI ] (x) is :
A) x 43 B) x C) x 7 D) x + 43


33. An alloy contains copper and zinc in the ratio 5 : 3 and another alloy contains copper
and tin in the ratio 8 : 5. II equal weights oI both the alloys are melted together, then the
weight oI tin in the resulting alloy per kg. Will be :

A)
5
26
B)
26
5


C)
31
7
D)
7
31


34.A portion oI a 30 m long tree a broken by a tornado and the top strikes the ground
making an angle oI 30° with the ground level. The height oI the point where the tree is
broken is equal to

A) 10 m B) P
3
30

C) 3 30 m D) 60 m

35. II three equal cubes are laced adjacently in a row, then the ratio oI the total surIace
area oI the new cuboid to that oI the sum oI the surIace areas oI the there cubes will be

A) 5 : 9 B) 1 : 3 C) 2 : 3 D) 7 : 9

36.II an area enclosed by a circle or a square or an equilateral triangle is the same, then
the maximum perimeter is possessed by :

A) circle B) square C) equilateral triangle
a. both triangle and square

37.II
6

is the measure oI each interior angle oI a regular convex polygon, then it must
be a

A) Octagon B) Hexagon C) Dodecagon D) Decagon
38. II two diameters oI a circle intersect each other at right angles, then the quadrilateral
Iormed by joining their end points is a :

A) Rhombus B) Rectangle C) Square D) Parallelogram

39. OI all the chords oI a circle passing through a given point in it, the smallest is that
which :

a. Is trisected at the point
b. Is bisected at the point
c. Passage through the center
d. None of these

40. A rhombus OABC is drawn inside a circle whose center is at O in such a way that the
Vertices A, B, and C oI the rhombus are on the circle. II the area oI the rhombus is
2 32 m², then the radius oI the circle is :

A) 64 m B) 8 m C) 32 m D) 46 m

41. In a quadrilateral ABCD,
R
% 90 = ∠ and AD² ÷ AB² ¹ BC² ¹ CD², then $&' ∠ is
equal to :

A) 90° B) 60° C) 30° D) None oI these

42. Let ABC be an acute-angled triangle and CD be the altitude through C. II AB ÷ 8
and CD ÷ 6, then the distance between the mid-points oI AD and BC is

A) 36 B) 25 C) 27 D) 5

43. Two isosceles triangles have equal vertical angles and their areas are in the ratio 9 :
16. The ration oI their corresponding heights is :

A) 3 : 4 B) 4 : 3 C) 2 : 1 D) 1 : 2

44.Out oI 13 applicants Ior a job, there are 5 women and 8 men. It is desired to select 2 person
Ior the job. The probability will be a woman is

A) 25/39 B) 14/39 C) 5/13 D) 10/13

45. There are 100 students in a college class oI which 36 are boys studying statistics and 13
girls in all, the probability that boy picked up at random is not studying, statistics, is :

A) 3/5 B) 2/5 C) 1/5 D) None oI these

46. A room has 3 lamps. From a collection oI 10 light bulbs oI which 6 are not good, a person
selects 3 at random and puts them in a socket. The probability that he will have light is

A) 5/6 B) 1/2 C) 1/6 D) None oI these
47. The mean oI 1, 7, 5, 3, 4 and 10 is m. The mean oI 10, 12, 3, 5, 1, 7 and P is m ¹ 1 and their
median is q. then q is equal to :

A) 4 B) 5 C) 10 D) 12
48. In a company, each employee gives a giIt to every other employee. II the number oI
giIts is 132, then the number iI employees in the company is :

A) 11 B) 13 C) 12 D) 8

49. The number oI rectangles that you can Iind on a chessboard is :

A) 1764 B) 1600 C) 1825 D) 1296
50.From amongst 36 teachers in a school, one principal and one vice-principal are to be
appointed. In how many ways can this be done ?

A) 1260 B) 1250 C) 1240 D) 1800
LOGICAL REASONING
Directions : In each of the following questions, there are four words. Three of
them are alike in a certain way, while one is different. Select the word
which is different.


1. A) Usual B) Usage C) Urine D) Ukase

2. A) Apple B) Mango C) Watermelon D) Guava

3. A) Carrot B) Potato C) Ginger D) Cabbage

4. A) Train B) Wheat C) Driver D) Proud

5. A) Powder B) Million C) Letter D) Compel

6. A) Administrator B) Doctor C) Engineer D) ProIessor

7. A) Snake B) Turtle C) Lizard D) Crocodile

8. A) Bromine B) Mercury C) Copper D) Silver

Directions : In each of the following question, there is a certain relationship
between two given words on the left hand side of : : and one word is
given on the right hand side of : :. You have to find the fourth word
from the given options having the same relationship with the third
word.


1. Doctor : Nurse : ? : Follower

A) Worker B) Leader C) Manager D) Employer

2. Newspaper : Editor : : Play : ?

A) Actor B) Theatre C) Writer D) Director

3. Clock : Time : : Thermometer : ?

A) Temperature B) Heat C) Energy D) Radiation

4. Sorrow : Death : : Happiness : ?

A) Cry B) Birth C) Love D) Dance

5. River : Dam : : TraIIic : ?

A) Signal B) Vehicle C) Motion D) Lane

6. Growth : Death : : Increase : ?

A) Ease B) Tease C) Lease D) Decrease

7. Shoe : Cobbler : : Clothes : ?

A) Merchant B) Darner C) Shopkeeper D) Tailor

8. Culprit : Crime : : Judge : ?

A) Court B) Case C) Law D) Verdict

CODING & DECODING
1. In a certain code language, po ki top ma` means Usha is playing cards. kop ja ki ma`
means Asha is playing tennis`, ki top sop ho` means they are playing Iootball`,
and po sur kop` means cards and tennis`. Which word in that language means
Asha`?

A) 1A B) MA C) KOP D)
TOP


2. II NOR is coded as 2-3-6, then how should REST be coded in the same code language
?

A) 6-19-6-7 B) 5-19-5-8 C) 6-19-7-8 D) 6-18-5-8


Directions : In the following questions, a number series is given, out of
which one number is missing. Which one number out of the four alternatives
shall complete the series.


1. 5, 6, 9, 15, ?, 40

A) 33 B) 25 C) 27 D) 21

2. 143, 99, 63, ?, 15, 3

A) 49 B) 36 C) 24 D) 27

3. 14, 19, 29, 39, ?, 69

A) 52 B) 49 C) 59 D) 54

4. 4, 23, 60, 121, ?

A) 242 B) 241 C) 212 D) 221

5. 10, 16, 12, 20, 14, ?

A) 22 B) 24 C) 25 D) 28



Directions : In each of these questions, two statements (i) and (ii) are given
followed by two conclusions I and II. Consider both the statements to
be true even if they seem to be at variance from commonly known
facts. Decide which of the given conclusion is / are definitely drawn
from the given statements. Mark answer as :
A) If only II follows
B) B) If only I follows
C) If neither I nor II follows
D) If both I and II follow

1. Statements :

(i) II all players play to their Iull potential we will win the match.
(ii) We have won the match.

Conclusions :

I. All players played to their Iull potential
II. Some players did not play to their Iull potential.

A) II only II Iollows
B) B) If only I follows
C) II neither I nor II Iollows
D) II both I and II Iollow


2. Statements :

(i) Some businessmen are rich
(ii) Soman is rich

Conclusions :

I. Soman is a businessman
II. Soman has a big Iarm.

A) II only II Iollows
B) B) II only I Iollows
C) If neither I nor II follows
D) II both I and II Iollow

Directions: In each of these questions, a statement is given, followed by two
Conclusions. Mark your answer as :
A) If only I follows
B) If only II follows
C) If either I or II follows
D) If neither I nor II follows


1. Statement: Morning walks are good Ior health

Conclusion :

I. All healthy people go Ior morning walks.
II. Evening walks are harmIul

A) II only I Iollows
B) II only II Iollows
C) II either I or II Iollows
D) If neither I nor II follows


2. Statement : The best way to escape Irom a problem is to solve it.

Conclusion :

I. Your liIe will be dull iI you don`t Iace a problem.
II. To escape Irom problems, you should always have some solutions with you.

A) II only I Iollows
B) If only II follows
C) II either I or II Iollows
D) II neither I nor II Iollows

Directions : In each question below is given a statement followed by three courses
of action numbered I, II and III. You have to assume everything in the
statement to be true, then decide which of the three given suggested
courses of action logically follows for pursuing.

1. Statement :

The army has been alerted in the district Iollowing Iloods triggered by incessant
rains.

Courses oI Action :

i) RelieI to Ilood aIIected people should be arranged.
ii) Supply oI Iood articles should be arranged.
iii) Adequate medical Iacilities should be arranged.

A) None oI Iollows B) Only I Iollows
C) only ii Iollows D) All follow



2. Statement :

The world will have to Ieed more than 10 billion people in the next century oI
whom halI will be in Asia and will eat rice as their staple.

Courses oI Action :

I. More Iunds should immediately be allocated Ior rice research to help
ensure adequate supplies
II) The people in Asia should be encouraged to change their Iood habit
III) The rice should be grown in countries outside Asia to need the demand

A) Only I and II Iollow
B) Only II and III Iollow
C) All follow
D) Only I and III Iollow

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