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Directions for Questions from 1 to 5:
Answer the questions on the basis of the information given below:
In KAT exam there were three sections namely QA, VA and DI with 50, 40 and 30 questions respectively. Each correctly answered question fetches 1 mark. There is
progressive negative marking in each section for incorrectly attempted questions with first 6 wrong answers carrying 1/4
negative marks each, next 6 incorrectly attempted questions carrying 1/3 negative marks each and beyond that every wrong answer carries 1/2 negative marks. Following bar
graph shows the sectional cut-offs and the overall cut-off marks required to get oneself qualified for the next round of evaluation. Any student whose marks are equal to the
given cut-offs is said to have ‘just managed’ to clear the cut-offs

1. Which of the following cannot be the total number of incorrectly attempted questions by a student who
just manages to clear all the sectional cut-offs?

4
13
17
32
22
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2. If a student attempts at least 1 question incorrectly in each section then what can be the minimum
number of questions attempted by the student such that he just clears all the cut-offs including the
overall cut-off?

47
55
44
50
52
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3. What is the minimum number of questions left unattempted such that student just manages to clear the
overall cut-off?

0
1
2
3
4
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4. If a student attempts 87 questions and just manages to clear the sectional cut-offs, then what can be the
minimum possible number of incorrectly attempted questions by the student?

35
38
42

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40
55
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5. What can be the minimum number of unattempted questions in the exam such that a student just
manages to clear the sectional cut-offs?

3
5
4
1
2
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Directions for Questions from 6 to 9:


Answer the questions on the basis of the information given below.
Six females namely Aishwarya, Bipasha, Champi, Dola, Geeta and Farah are sitting around a rectangular table as shown below. There are six chairs numbered 1 to 6.

1 2 3

4 5 6

The females are sitting in such a way that three females are sitting on each side of the table and the females sitting on chair numbered 1, 2 and 3 are directly opposite to the
females sitting on chair numbers 4, 5 and 6 respectively. Each female is reading exactly one book that is written by one out of the six females. No female is reading a book
written by herself.
I. Aishwarya is reading a book on mathematics. She is sitting on a chair that is at one of the corners of the table and she does not have interest in psychology.
II. Bipasha is reading a book written by the female sitting directly opposite to her.
III. Champi is sitting between the mathematician and the chemist and is reading a book on biology.
IV. Dola is sitting opposite to the female who is a biologist. Dola is reading a book on geology.
V. The female who is a mathematician is sitting directly opposite to the female who is a psychologist.
VI. Geeta is sitting next to the female who is a geologist and is reading a book on chemistry.
VII. Farah is sitting on a chair at one of the corners and is sitting next to the female who is an astronomer.

6. Which of the following females is reading the book, written by the person sitting directly opposite to
her?

Aishwarya
Dola
Bipasha
Champi
Geeta
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7. Which of the following pair of females are not sitting directly opposite to each other?

Aishwarya – Dola
Bipasha – Champi
Geeta – Farah
Bipasha - Dola
None of these
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8. Aishwarya is

an astronomer
a geologist
a biologist
a psychologist
a mathematician
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9. Farah is reading a book on

Psychology
Chemistry
Astronomy
Biology
Geology
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10. Five thieves namely Amar, Bhuvan, Chirag, Dhruv and Elan have been assigned five codes namely A, B, C, D and E not necessarily in this particular order. Also, each thief
has been assigned only one of the mentioned codes. For none of the thieves, the first alphabet of his name is same as his assigned code. The code assigned to both Amar
and Chirag is neither B nor E. Further, the code assigned to both Dhruv and Elan is neither A nor C. If the code assigned to Amar is D, what is the code assigned to Bhuvan?

C
D
E
A
Cannot be determined
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