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NTSE

TEST PAPER #1
COURSE NAME : VIKALP (STAGE-I)
CLASS -VIII
MENTAL APTITUTE TEST (MAT)

Time : 1½ Hr. (l e; : 1½ ?kaVk½ Max. Marks : 90 (v f/kd re izkIrkad : 90)

GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS (l kekU; funsZ'k) :
1. Blank papers, clip boards, log tables, slide rule, calculators, mobile or any other electronic gadgets in any
form is not allowed. ([kkyhd kxt ]fDyi cks
MZ]y?kxq.kd lkj.kh]LykbM : y]d S
Yd q
y Vsj]ekcskby ;kvU; fd lhbyS
DVªkfud
W
mid j.k d sfd lh Hkh : i esami;ksx d h vkKk ughagSA)
2. Paper carries 90 questions each of 1 (one) mark. (iz
'u i=k esa90 iz'u gS]izR;sd iz'u 1 vad d k gSA)
3. There is no negative marking. Do not spend too much time on a particular question.
(fd lh Hkh iz
'u esa_ .kkRed izkIrkad d k izko/kku ughagSA fd lh fo'ks"k iz'u ij vf/kd le; [kpZuk d jsaA)
4. In case of any dispute, the answer filled in the OMR sheet available with the institute shall be final.
(fd lhHkhfojks
/kkHkkl (la
'k;) d hfLFkfr d kfujkd j.kla
LFkku es
amiyC/kOMR 'khV lsghfd ;kt k,xkvkS j ;ghvfUre le>k
t k,xkA)

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funsZ'k : (1 ls2) fuEufy f[kr iz
Directions : (1 to 2) In the following questions, choose R;s
d iz'u es
a,d rjQ fn;sx;s
the missing word in place of sign ? on the nks'kCnksad se/; d qN l EcU/k gSml h izd kj nwl jh
basis of the relationship between the words v kSj fn;s,d 'kCn d kl EcU/kfn;sx;sfod Yiksaesal s
given on the left/right hand side of sign. fd l 'kCn l sgksxkA l gh 'kCn N kfV;s&
1. Mirror : Reflection : : Water : ? 1. ni.kZ: izfrfcEc : : ikuh: ?
(A) Conduction (B) Reflection (A) la
ogu (B) ijkorZ
u
(C) Refraction (D) Defraction (C) viorZ u (D) foorZ
u

2. ABC : 149 : : ? : 4916 2. ABC : 149 : : ? : 4916
(A) DIP (B) PID (A) DIP (B) PID
(C) BCD (D) BDC (C) BCD (D) BDC

3. As ‘Earthquake’ is related to ‘Seismograph’ 3. ft l izd kj ‘Hkwd Ei’ ‘fl LeksxzkQ ’ lslEcfU/kr gSmlh
in the same way, ‘Milk’ is related to which ? izd kj ‘nw/k’ fd llslEcfU/kr gSa?
(A) Hydrometer (B) Hygrometer (A) gkbMª ks
ehVj (B) gkbxz
ks
ehVj
(C) Spherometer (D) None of these (C) LQ jks ehVj (D) buesalsd ksbZugha

4. Find the odd one out ? 4. vlaxr d ksigpkfu;s?
(A) Gold (B) Silver (A) lksuk (B) pk¡
nh
(C) Bronze (D) Zinc (C) d kl
ak (D) t Lrk

5. Find the odd one out ? 5. vlaxr d ksigpkfu;s?
(A) 232 (B) 362 (A) 232 (B) 362
(C) 661 (D) 284 (C) 661 (D) 284

6. If SYSTEM is coded as 131625, TERMS may 6. ;fn SYSTEM d ks131625, lsd ksM fd ;k t k;srks]
be coded as :- TERMS d ksfd llsd ks
M d j ld rsgSa?
(A) 62251 (B) 62451 (A) 62251 (B) 62451
(C) 64251 (D) 62415 (C) 64251 (D) 62415

7. If in a code language REMOTE is coded as 7. ;fn fd lhd ksM Hkk"kkesaREMOTE d ksROTEME ls
ROTEME, which word would be coded as d ksM fd ;k t k;srks, PNIICC d ksfd llsd ksM fd ;k
PNIICC ? t k;sxk?
(A) PNIICC (B) PICCNI (A) PNIICC (B) PICCNI
(C) PINCIC (D) PICNIC (C) PINCIC (D) PICNIC

8. If 'men are very busy' means '1234', 'busy 8. ;fn 'men are very busy' d k vFkZ'1234' , 'busy
persons need encouragement' means
persons need encouragement' d kvFkZ‘4567',
‘4567', 'encouragement is very important'
'encouragement is very important' d k vFkZ
means '3589' and 'Important persons are
rare' means '2680' what is the code for '3589' rFkk'Important persons are rare' d k
'encouragement' vFkZ'2680' gksrks'encouragement' d kd ks
M gks
xk?
(A) 5 (B) 6 (A) 5 (B) 6
(C) 8 (D) 7 (C) 8 (D) 7

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9. If brightness is called darkness, darkness is 9. ;fn ped hy sd ksv U/ks
jkd gkt k;s ]v U/ks
jsd ksgjkd gk
called green, green is called blue, blue is t k;s
]gjsd ksuhy kd gkt k;s ]uhy sd ksy ky d gkt k;s]
called red, red is called white and white is y ky d ksl Q sn d gk t k;srFkk l Q sn d ksihy k d gk
called yellow then what is the colour of blood? t k;src [kqu d k jax d Sl k gSa?
(A) red (B) darkness (A) y ky (B) vU/ks
jk
(C) white (D) yellow (C) lQ sn (D) ihyk

10. If 4 × 5 = 30, 7 × 3 = 32 and 6 × 4 = 35 then 10. ;fn 4 × 5 = 30, 7 × 3 = 32 rFkk6 × 4 = 35 rc
8×0=? 8×0=?
(A) 0 (B) 9 (A) 0 (B) 9
(C) 8 (D) 39 (C) 8 (D) 39

11. Ram is to the South-East of Mukesh, Shyam 11. jke]eqd s'kd snf{k.k&iwoZesagSA ';ke]eqd s'kd siwoZesa
is to the East of Mukesh and North-East of rFkk jke d smÙkj&iwoZesagSA ;fn lqjs'k]jke d smÙkj
Ram. If Suresh is to the North of Ram and esarFkk';ke d smÙkj&if'pe esagksrks ]eqd s'kd sfd l
North-West of Shyam, in which direction of
fn'kk esalqjs'k fLFkr gS?
Mukesh is Suresh located ?
(A) mÙkj&if'pe (B) nf{k.k&if'pe
(A) North-West (B) South-West
(C) mÙkj&iw oZ (D) nf{k.k&iw
oZ
(C) North-East (D) South-East

Directions : (12 to 13) are based on the information funsZ'k: (12 l s13) fuEu l wp uk ij v k/kkfjr gS:
given below :
N % O;fDr A, B, C, D, E rFkkF ,d oÙ̀k esa,d nwl js
Six persons A, B, C, D, E and F are sitting in
a circle facing one anther front to front. A is d hrjQ eqWg d jd scSBsgSA A, B d sl keuscS
BkgSA B,
sitting in front of B. B, is sitting to the right E d snk;srFkkC d sck;scS Bk gSA A, F d sck;srFkk
of E and left of C. A is to the left of F and
right of D. D d snk;sgS A

12. Who is sitting between A and C ? 12. A rFkkC d se/; d kSu cSBk gS?
(A) D (B) E (A) D (B) E
(C) F (D) B (C) F (D) B

13. If the position of A and C are changed, who will 13. ;fn A rFkkC d h fLFkfr vkil esacny nh t k;srksD
be sitting between D and F ? rFkkF d se/; d sd kSu cSBk gksxk?
(A) A (B) C (A) A (B) C
(C) B (D) E
(C) B (D) E

Directions : (14 to 16) In each of the following funsZ'k : (14 ls16) fuEu esal sd kSul h v kd f̀r fn;sx, iz'uksa
questions, select the diagram out of the four
d sl EcU/k d ksl oksZfpr : i l siznf'kZr d jrh gS&
that best represents the relationship among
the items given in the question :

(A) (B)
(A) (B)

(C) (D)
(C) (D)

14. Doctors, Human beings, Married People 14. MkDWVj, ekuo, fookfgr iq: "k

15. Snakes, poisonous, drugs 15. lkai, t gj&;q
Dr, nokbZ;ka

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16. Doctor, Nurse, Human beings 16. fpfd Rld , ulZ, ekuo

17. If 2  2  4 = 1 , 4  2  8 = 2 , then what will 17. ;fn 2  2  4 = 1 , 4  2  8 = 2 , rc fuEu d k
be the value of 6  2  4 = ? eku gksxk 6  2  4 = ?
(A) 9 (B) 10 (A) 9 (B) 10
(C) 8 (D) 12 (C) 8 (D) 12

18. If '+' is ‘x’ , '–' is ‘+’ , 'x' is ‘‘ and ‘’ is ‘–’ then 18. ;fn '+' d kvFkZ‘x’ , '–' d kvFkZ‘+’ , 'x' d kvFkZ‘‘ rFkk
6 – 9 + 8 x 3  20 = ? ‘’ d k vFkZ‘–’ rc 6 – 9 + 8 x 3  20 = ?
(A) – 2 (B) 6 (A) – 2 (B) 6
(C) 10 (D) 12 (C) 10 (D) 12

Directions : (19 to 20) The following symbols have funsZ'k: (19 l s20) fuEufy f[kr fpUgksd k mi;ksx fuEu v FkksZ
been used : esafd ;k x;k gS:
x : Stands for equal to x : d k v FkZcjkcj gS
< : Stands for not equal to < : d k v FkZcjkcj ughagS
– : Stands for greater than – : d k v FkZcM+k gS
+ : Stands for not greater than + : d k v FkZcM+k ughagS
> : Stands for less than > : d k v FkZN ks
Vk gS
= : Stands for not less than = : d k v FkZN ks
Vk ughagS
19. If p × q × r, then it is not possible that : 19. ;fn p × q × r, rc ;g laEHko ughagSfd :
(A) p – q = r (B) p = q + r (A) p – q = r (B) p = q + r
(C) p + q + r (D) p = q = r (C) p + q + r (D) p = q = r

20. If p – q + r, then it is possible that : 20. ;fn p – q + r, rc ;g laEHko gSfd :
(A) p = q > r (B) p < q – r (A) p = q > r (B) p < q – r
(C) p + q × r (D) p × q × r (C) p + q × r (D) p × q × r

Directions : (21 to 26) Find out the missing terms : funsZ'k: (22 l s26) y qIr in K kr d hft ;s:

21. 8, 24, 16, ?, 7, 14, 6, 18, 12, 5, 5 , 10 21. 8, 24, 16, ?, 7, 14, 6, 18, 12, 5, 5 , 10
(A) 14 (B) 10 (A) 14 (B) 10
(C) 7 (D) 5 (C) 7 (D) 5

22. 11, 10, ?, 100, 1001, 1000, 10001 22. 11, 10, ?, 100, 1001, 1000, 10001
(A) 100 (B) 101 (A) 100 (B) 101
(C) 110 (D) 111 (C) 110 (D) 111

23. X, U, S, P, N, K, I, ? 23. X, U, S, P, N, K, I, ?
(A) J (B) K (A) J (B) K
(C) M (D) F (C) M (D) F

24. AZ, GT, MN, ?, YB 24. AZ, GT, MN, ?, YB
(A) KF (B) RX (A) KF (B) RX
(C) SH (D) TS (C) SH (D) TS

25. AB, DEF, HIJK, ?, STUVWX 25. AB, DEF, HIJK, ?, STUVWX
(A) LMNO (B) QRSTU (A) LMNO (B) QRSTU
(C) MNOPQ (D) LMNOP (C) MNOPQ (D) LMNOP

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26. cb _ ab _ cb _ a _ cc _ a 26. cb _ ab _ cb _ a _ cc _ a
(A) aacbb (B) acabb (A) aacbb (B) acabb
(C) abacb (D) ababc (C) abacb (D) ababc

Directions : (27 to 28) Find the wrong term of the funsZ'k : (27 l s28) fuEu Js.kh esaxy r in K kr d hft ;sA
following series :
27. 2, 6, 11, 17, 23, 32, 41 27. 2, 6, 11, 17, 23, 32, 41
(A) 6 (B) 17 (A) 6 (B) 17
(C) 23 (D) 32 (C) 23 (D) 32

28. P 3 C, R 5 F, T 8 I, V 12 L, X 18 O, Z 23 R 28. P 3 C, R 5 F, T 8 I, V 12 L, X 18 O, Z 23 R
(A) V 12 L (B) X 18 O (A) V 12 L (B) X 18 O
(C) Z 23 R (D) R 5 F (C) Z 23 R (D) R 5 F

Directions : (29 to 31) In the following questions find funsZ'k : (29 to 31) fuEu iz'uksaes
av {kjkslsl EcfU/kr og v a
d
out the digits corresponding to the letters
K kr d jusgSft ud k xq.kuQ y uhpsfn;k x;k gSA
representing those digits in the multiplication
give below.
9bc
35d
9bc
35d 3a4b
4a35
3a4b 2961
4a35
2961 34a39b
34a39b
29. b stands for : 29. b d k eku gksxk?
(A) 6 (B) 7 (A) 6 (B) 7
(C) 8 (D) 9 (C) 8 (D) 9

30. c stands for : 30. c d k eku gksxk?
(A) 7 (B) 6 (A) 7 (B) 6
(C) 5 (D) 4 (C) 5 (D) 4

31. d stands for : 31. d d k eku gksxk?
(A) 2 (B) 3 (A) 2 (B) 3
(C) 4 (D) 5 (C) 4 (D) 5

Directions : (32 to 33) Find out the missing number: funssZ'k : (32 l s33) y qIr l a[;k K kr d hft ;s&

0 –1 –2 0 –1 –2
32. 32. 1 0 –1
1 0 –1
2 ? 0 2 ? 0

(A) 1 (B) –1 (A) 1 (B) –1
(C) –2 (D) 4 (C) –2 (D) 4

3 ? 3 ?
2 15 54 6 2 15 54 6
33. 33.
4 67 75 3 4 67 75 3
7 8 7 8
(A) 4 (B) 5 (A) 4 (B) 5
(C) 6 (D) 7 (C) 6 (D) 7

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34. Pointing towards a person in a photograph, 34. Q ksVkses,d efgy k d h vkSj lad sr d jrsagq,seqd s'k us
Mukesh said, “She is the only daughter of the d gk, “og es
jsHkkbZd hcfgu d hek¡d hbd ykS rhiq =khgS”
mother of my brother’s sister.” How is that person
og efgy k eqd s'k lsfd l izd kj lEcfU/kr gS?
related to Mukesh ?
(A) ek¡ (B) pps jkHkkbZ@ cfgu
(A) Mother (B) Cousin
(C) Sister (D) Aunt (C) cfgu (D) pkph

35. How many times are the hands of a clock at 35. ?kaM hd h nksuksalqb;ka,d fnu esafd rusckj ,d nwl js
right angles in a day ? d sy Ecor gksrh gS?
(A) 24 (B) 48 (A) 24 (B) 48
(C) 22 (D) 44 (C) 22 (D) 44

36. How many leap year and ordinary year are there 36. d y s.Mj o"kZd sizFke 100 o"kksZesa;gk¡fd rusy hi o"kZ
in the first 100 years A.D. ? rFkklk/kkj.ko"kZgSa?
(A) 25, 75 (B) 23, 77 (A) 25, 75 (B) 23, 77
(C) 24, 76 (D) 26, 74 (C) 24, 76 (D) 26, 74

37. On the basis of the following figures you have to 37. fuEu fp=kksd svk/kkj ij crkb;sd ksd kS
ulhla
[;kiz
'u
tell which number will come in place of ‘?’ okpd fpUg ‘?’ d sLFkku ij vk;sxh&
3 4 ? 3 4 ?
6 1 2 6 1 5 1 6 5
6 2 1

(A) 2 (B) 3 (A) 2 (B) 3
(C) 6 (D) 4 (C) 6 (D) 4

funsZ'k: (38 l s41) ,d ?ku d hl HkhQ y d ksd ksbl rjg jaxk
Directions : (38 to 41) A cube is painted on all sides.
Three adjacent sides are painted red. Two of t krk gSfd rhu l ay Xu Q y d ksd ksy ky jax l sjaxk
the remaining sides are painted green and t krkgS] 'ks"kesal snksQ y d ksd ksgjsjax l srFkk,d
one is painted yellow. The cube is then cut Q y d d ksihy sjax l sjaxkt krkgSA rc ?ku d ksv kB
into eight small cubes : N ksVs?kuksaesad kVk t krk gS&

38. How many cubes are painted red on two sides? 38. ,sl sfd rus?ku gksxsft ld h nksQ y d ksij y ky jax
gks
xk?
(A) 0 (B) 1
(A) 0 (B) 1
(C) 2 (D) 3
(C) 2 (D) 3

39. How many cubes are painted red on one side ? 39. ,sl sfd rus?ku gksxsft ld h ,d Q y d ij y ky jax
(A) 1 (B) 2 gks
xk?
(C) 3 (D) 4 (A) 1 (B) 2
(C) 3 (D) 4

40. How many cubes have no side painted red ? 40. ,sl sfd rus?ku gksxsft ld h fd lhHkh Q y d ij y ky
jax ughagksxk?
(A) 0 (B) 1
(A) 0 (B) 1
(C) 2 (D) 4 (C) 2 (D) 4

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41. How many cubes are painted red on three sides? 41. ,sl sfd rus?ku gksxsft ld h rhu Q y d ksij y ky jax
(A) 0 (B) 1 gks
xk?
(A) 0 (B) 1
(C) 4 (D) 6
(C) 4 (D) 6

42. In the following number series how many 8’s are 42. fuEu la[;kJs .khes
a;gka,s
l sfd rus8’ gSt ksfd mld s
there which are exactly divisible by the numbers rqjUr igysrFkkrq jUr ckn vkusokyhla [;klsiw .kZ
r;k
which are preceded and followed by it ?
foHkkft r gks?
824517284842282698454832843183
824517284842282698454832843183
(A) 1 (B) 2
(A) 1 (B) 2
(C) 3 (D) 4
(C) 3 (D) 4

Directions : (43 to 44) There are two sets of figures funsZ'k : (43 ls44) uhpsnhxbZiz
'u v kd f̀r es
av xy hv kd f̀r]
namely Problem figure containing five
figures 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 Answer figures (A), mÙkj v kd f̀r es
alsd kS
ulh gks
xh t ksbl Js
.kh d ksiw
oZ
(B), (C) and (D). You have to select one figure d js
xh ?
from the answer set which will continue the
same series as given in problem set figures.

43. Problem Figures 43. iz'u v kÑ fr

1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 4 5
Answer Figures mÙkj v kÑ fr

(A) (C) (C) (D) (A) (C) (C) (D)

44. Problem Figures 44. iz'u v kÑ fr

1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 4 5

Anwer Figures mÙkj v kÑ fr

(A) (B) (C) (D) (A) (B) (C) (D)

Directions : (45 to 47) The second figure in the first funsZ'k : (45 ls47) iz'u v kd f̀r esaizFke Hkkx es
afn;sx;snql js
part of the problem figures bears a certain
fp=k d k ft l izd kj igy sfp=k l sl EcU/k gSogh
relationship to the first figure. Similarly one
of the figures in answers figures bears the l EcU/k nql jsHkkx esafn;sx;sfp=k d k mÙkj v kd f̀r
same relationship to the first figures in the esafn;sx;spkj fod Yiksal sfd l l sl EcfU/kr gSA
second part. You have to select the figure
from the set of answer figures which would
replace the sign of questions mark (?).

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45. Problem Figures 45. iz'u v kÑ fr

? ?
1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4
Answer Figures mÙkj v kÑ fr

(A) (B) (C) (D) (A) (B) (C) (D)

46. Problem Figures 46. iz'u v kÑ fr

T C
? T C
?
Answer Figures mÙkj v kÑ fr

CT TC CT TC CT TC CT TC

(A) (B) (C) (D) (A) (B) (C) (D)

47. Problem Figures 47. iz'u v kÑ fr

(1) (2) (3)
? (4)
?
(1) (2) (3) (4)

Answer Figures mÙkj v kÑ fr

(A) (B) (C) (D) (A) (B) (C) (D)

Directions : (48 to 50) Out of the four given figures, funs
'Zk % (48 l s50) nh xbZpkj v kd f̀r;ks aes alsrhu fd lh
three are similar in a certain way. One figures iz
d kj ,d nq l jslslEcfU/kr gS A bl d kv FkZgSfd rhu
is not like the other three. That means three
v kd f̀r;kafd l h mH;fu"B xq.k d sv k/kkj ij ,d
figures form a group based on some
common characteristics. Find out the figures l ewg d k fuekZ.k d jrh gSaA ,d v kd f̀r bulsfHkUu gS
which does not belong to the group. ml fHkUu v kd f̀r d ksKkr d hft ;s?

48. 48.

(A) (B) (C) (D) (A) (B) (C) (D)

49. 49.

(A) (B) (C) (D) (A) (B) (C) (D)

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50. 50.

(A) (B) (C) (D) (A) (B) (C) (D)

Directions : (51 to 52) In each of the following question, funsZ'k % (51 l s52) izR;sd iz'u esa,d fp=k(X) fn;kx;kgSA
a figure marked (X) is followed by four figures ml d si'pkr pkj fod Yi (A), (B), (C) rFkk (D)
(A), (B), (C) and (D) which show the possible fn, x,sgSA ft uesal sv kid ksog fod Yi K kr d juk
mirror-images of figure (X). Choose one out
of these four figures which shows the correct gSt ksBhd oSl k gh gSt Sl k fn;sx;sfp=k (X) d k
mirror-image of the figure (X). niZ.k&izfrfcEc gksxk ?

51. 51.

(X) (A) (B) (C) (D) (X) (A) (B) (C) (D)

52. 52.

(X) (A) (B) (C) (D) (X) (A) (B) (C) (D)

Directions : (53 to 54) In each of the following question, funsZ'k : (53 l s54) izR;sd iz'u esa,d fp=k (X) fn;k x;k
a figure marked (X) is followed by four figures gSA ml d si'pkr pkj fod Yi (A), (B), (C) rFkk
(A), (B), (C) and (D) which show the possible
(D) fn, x,sgS A ft uesal sv kid ksog fod Yi K kr
water-images of figure (X). Choose one out of
these four figures which shows the correct d juk gSt ksBhd oSl k gh gSt Sl k fn;sx;sfp=k (X)
water-image of the figure (X). d k t y &izfrfcEc gksxk ?

53. 53.

(X) (A) (B) (C) (D) (X) (A) (B) (C) (D)

54. 54.

(X) (A) (B) (C) (D) (X) (A) (B) (C) (D)

Direction : (55) Select a figure from the alternatives funsZ'k: (55) fuEu fod Yiksaes
alsml v kd f̀Ùkd kpq
uko d hft ,
which when placed in the blank space of (X) ft ld ks(X) d sfjDr LFkku j[kusij mld siz k: i d ks
would complete the pattern.
iw
.kZd js
xk ?

55. 55.
? ?
(X) (A) (B) (C) (D) (X) (A) (B) (C) (D)

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Direction : (56) A square transparent sheet with a funsZ'k % (56) v kd f̀r (X) esa,d oxkZd kj ikjn'khZ'khV d s
pattern is given in figure X. Find out from
iz
k: i d ksfn;kx;kgSaA fod Yiksaesal sml fod Yi d ks
amongst the alternatives as to how the
pattern would appear when the transparent K kr d hft ;st ksfd ikjn'khZ'khV d ksfcUnqjs[kk ij
sheet is folded at the dotted line. l seksM+
usi j fn[ kkbZnsx h ?

56. 56.

(X) (A) (B) (C) (D) (X) (A) (B) (C) (D)

Directions : (57) A sheet has been folded in the funsZ'k % (57) ,d d kxt d ks X, Y v kSj Z v kd f̀r;ksa d s
mannar as shown in X, Y and Z respectively
Ø ekuql kj eksM +k o fN fnzr fd ;k x;k gSA ml d kxt
and punched. You have to choose from the
alternatives how it will look like when d ks[kksy usij D;k v kd f̀r cusxh ?
unfolded.

57. Problem Figure 57. iz'u v kÑ fr

(X) (Y) (Z) (X) (Y) (Z)
X Y Z
Answer Figure mÙkj v kÑ fr

(A) (B) (C) (D) (A) (B) (C) (D)

58. How many triangles are there in the following 58. fuEu vkd f̀r esaf=kHkqt ksad hla[;kcrkb;sa?
figure ?

(A) 11 (B) 14
(A) 11 (B) 14
(C) 16 (D) 7
(C) 16 (D) 7

59. How many quadrilateral are there the following 59. fuEu vkd f̀r esaprqHkqZt ksad h la[;k crkb;sa?
figure ?

(A) 11 (B) 8 (A) 11 (B) 8
(C) 2 (D) 4 (C) 2 (D) 4

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60. Pointing to a girl in the photograph, Amar said, 60. Q ksVksesa,d y M+d h d h vkSj lad sr d jrsgq, vej us
“Her mother’s brother is the only son of my d gk]^^mld hek¡d kHkkbZ]es jhek¡d sfirkd kbd y ksrk
mother’s father.” How is the girl’s mother related
iq
=kgS **yM+d hd hek¡]vej lsfd l iz d kj lEcfU/kr gS
A
to Amar ?
(A) ek¡ (B) cfgu
(A) Mother (B) Sister
(C) Aunt (D) Grandmother (C) ekSlh (D) nknh

61. Deepak is brother of Ravi. Rekha is sister of 61. nhid ]jfo d k HkkbZgSA js[kk]vrqy d h cfgu gSA jfo]
Atul. Ravi is son of Rekha. How is Deepak js
[kkd kiq =kgS
A nhid js[kklsfd l iz d kj lEcfU/kr gS
?
related to Rekha ?
(A) iq=k (B) HkkbZ
(A) Son (B) Brother
(C) Hkrht k (D) firk
(C) Nephew (D) Father

Directions : (62 to 66) Read the following information funsZ'k % (62 l s66) fuEufy f[kr l qp ukv ksa d ks /;ku iwoZd
carefully and answer the questions given i<+d j fn;sx;siz'uksad smÙkj nhft ;s&
below it : ik¡
p iq : "k A, B, C, D rFkkE v kSj N% efgy kv ks
aP, Q,
There are five men A, B, C, D and E and six
R, S, T rFkkU es alsA, B rFkk R od hy gS A C, D, P,
women P, Q, R, S, T and U. A, B and R are
Q rFkkS MkW DVj gSrFkk 'ks"k v /;kid gSA bu X;kjg
advocates ; C, D, P, Q and S are doctors
and the rest are teachers. Some teams are O;fä ;ksaesalsd qN Vheksad k pquko fuEu fLFkfr;ks ad s
to be selected from amongst these eleven v k/kkj ij d juk gS A
persons subject to the following conditions: A, P rFkk U ,d l kFk jgs
A, P and U have to be together. B, D ;k R d sl kFk ughat k l d rkA
B cannot go with D or R.
E rFkk Q ,d l kFk jgs A
E and Q have to be together.
C rFkk T ,d l kFk jgs A
C and T have to be together.
D and P cannot go together. D rFkk P ,d l kFk ughat k l d rs A
C cannot go with Q. C, Q d sl kFk ughat k l d rkA

62. If the team is to consist of two male advocates, 62. ;fn Vhe]nksiq
: "kod hyks]nksefgykMkWDVjks
arFkk,d
two lady doctors and one teacher, the members v/;kid lsfey d j cuh gksrksVhe d slnL; gksxsa?
of the team are
(A) A B P Q U (B) A B P U S
(A) A B P Q U (B) A B P U S
(C) A P R S U (D) B E Q R S
(C) A P R S U (D) B E Q R S

63. If the team is to consist of one advocate, two 63. ;fn Vhe ,d od hy]nksMkW
DVj]rhu v/;kid rFkkC,
doctors, three teachers and C may not go with T d slkFkughat kld rkgksrks
]Vhe d slnL; gksxsa?
T, the members of the team are :
(A) A E P Q S U (B) A E P Q T U
(A) A E P Q S U (B) A E P Q T U
(C) B E Q S T U (D) E Q R S T U
(C) B E Q S T U (D) E Q R S T U

64. If the team is to consist of one male advocate, 64. ;fn Vhe] ,d iq: "k od hy ] ,d iq: "k MkWDVj] ,d
one male doctor, one lady doctor and two efgy kMkW
DVj rFkknksv/;kid ksalsfey d j cuhgksrks
teachers, the members of the team are :
Vhe d slnL; gksxsa?
(A) A C P T U (B) A D E P T
(A) A C P T U (B) A D E P T
(C) A D E P U (D) B C E Q U
(C) A D E P U (D) B C E Q U

65. If the team is to consist of one advocate, three 65. ;fn Vhe] ,d od hy ] rhu MkWDVj rFkk ,d iq: "k
doctors and one male teacher, the members of
v/;kid lsfey d j cuh gksrksVhe d slnL; gksxsa?
the team are :
(A) A D P S U (B) C D R S T
(A) A D P S U (B) C D R S T
(C) D E Q R S (D) D E Q R T (C) D E Q R S (D) D E Q R T

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66. If the team is to consist of two advocates, two 66. ;fn Vhe]nksod hy ks]nksMkWDVjksaRkFkknksv/;kid ksls
doctors, two teachers and not more than three cuhgksrFkkVhe esarhu lsvf/kd efgy k;sughagksrks
ladies, the members of the team are :
Vhe d sl nL; gksx sa?
(A) A B C P T U (B) A C P R T U
(A) A B C P T U (B) A C P R T U
(C) A E P Q R T (D) B C E Q R T
(C) A E P Q R T (D) B C E Q R T

Directions : (67 to 68) the following questions are funsZ'k : (67 l s68) fuEufy f[kr iz'u] fuEu l qp ukv ksa ij
based on the following information : v k/kkfjr gS&
Five men A, B, C, D and E read a newspaper. ik¡p O;fä A, B, C, D rFkk E ,d v [kckj i<+rsgSA
The one who reads first gives it to C. The ,d t ksl cl sigy sv [kckj i<+rk gS] og i<+d j C
one who reads last had taken from A. E was
d ksnsrk gSaA ,d t ksl cd sckn v [kckj i<+rk gS] og
not the first or last to read. There were two
A l sv [kckj y srk gSaA E izkjEHk;k v Ur esaughai<+rk
readers between B and A.?
gSA B rFkk A d se/; esanksi<+usoky sgS?
67. B passed the newspaper to whom ? 67. B fd ld ksv[kckj ns
rk gS?
(A) A (B) C (A) A (B) C
(C) D (D) E (C) D (D) E

68. Who read the newspaper last ? 68. d kSu lclsvUr esav[kckj i<+rk gS?
(A) A (B) B (A) A (B) B
(C) C (D) D (C) C (D) D

Directions (69 to 70) : The following questions are funsZ'k : (69 l s70) fuEu iz'u] uhps fn;s x;s v kjs[k ij
based on the diagram given below showing v k/kkfjr gS] ft l esapkj O;fä ;ksad ks,d oxkZd kj
four persons stationed at the four corners of
Iy kV d spkj fd ukjksij [kM+k fn[kk;k x;k gSSA
a square piece of plot as shown.

C A C A
E E

N S N S

W W
B D B D

69. A starts crossing the field diagonally. After 69. A IykV d ksfod Z.kd svuqfn'kikj d jrkgS A vk/khnq
jh
walking half the distance, he turns right, walks py usd sckn]og nk;saeqM+ rkgS]d q N nq j pyrkgSrFkk
some distance and turns left. Which direction ck;saeqM +rk gSA vc A d k eq¡g fd l fn'kk esagS?
is A facing now ?
(A) mÙkj-iw oZ (B) mÙkj-if'pe
(A) North-east (B) North-west
(C) mÙkj (D) nf{k.k-iw
oZ
(C) North (D) South-east

70. From the original position given in the above 70. mijksä vkjs [kes anhxbZokLrfod fLFkfr ls]A rFkkB
figure. A and B move one arm length clockwise ,d Hkqt kd scjkcj nq jhnf{k.kkoÙ̀k¼?kM+
hd h½fn'kkes
arFkk
and then cross over to the corner diagonally rc ,d nw l jsd ksfod Z.kd svuqfn'kikj d jd sfoijhr
opposite ; C and D move one arm length anti- fd ukjks
aij ig¡p rsgS
q A C rFkkD ,d Hktq kd scjkcj nw jh
clockwise and cross over the corner diagonally
okekoÙ̀k¼?kM+hd hfoijhr½ fn'kkesarFkk,d nql jsd ks
opposite. The original configuration ADBC has
fod Z
.kd svuq fn'kikj d jd sfoijhr fd ukjksij igq p rs
¡
now changed to
gSA okLrfod foU;kl ADBC vc fd llscny t k;s xk?
(A) CBDA (B) BDAC
(A) CBDA (B) BDAC
(C) DACB (D) ACBD (C) DACB (D) ACBD

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Directions : (71 to 74) In the following diagram, the funsZ'k : (71 ls74) fuEu v kjs [kes ] oxZy M+fd ;ks
a ad ks
] oÙ̀ky Ecs
square represents girls, the circle tall persons, O;fä ;ksad ks] f=kHkqt Vsful f[ky kfM+;ksad ksrFkkv k;r
the triangle is for tennis players and the
rectangle stands for the swimmers. On the
rSjkd ksd ksiznf'kZr d jrk gksrks] fn;sx;sv kjs[k d s
basis of the given diagram, answer the v k/kkj ij fuEu iz'uksad smÙkj nhft ;sA
following questions.

BA
E
BA
E D C
D C F G H I
L
F G H I K J
L
K J

71. Which letter represents tall girls who are 71. d kSulk v{kj y Ech y M+d h;ksad ks]t ksrSjkd gSy sfd u
swimmers but don’t play tennis ? Vsful ugha[ksy rh gS]d ksiznf'kZr d jrk gS?
(A) C (B) D
(A) C (B) D
(C) G (D) H
(C) G (D) H

72. Which letter represents girls who are swimmers, 72. d kS
ulkv{kj mu yM+ fd ;ks
ad ksiz
nf'kZ
r d js
xkt ksrS
jkd
play tennis but are not tall ? rFkk Vsful f[ky kM+h gS]y sfd u y Ech ughagS?
(A) B (B) E (A) B (B) E
(C) F (D) None of these (C) F (D) bues
alsd ksbZugha

73. Which letter represents tall girls who do not play 73. d kS
ulkv{kj mu yEchy M+fd ;ks ad ksiz
nf'kZ
r d js
xkt ks
tennis and are not swimmers ? Vsful ugha[ksy rh gSrFkk rSjkd ughagS?
(A) C (B) D (A) C (B) D
(C) E (D) G (C) E (D) G

74. Which letter represents tall persons who are 74. d kS
ulkv{kj mu yEcsO;fä ;ksad ksiz nf'kZ
r d jrkgSt ks
gents and swimmers but do not play tennis ? iq: "k rFkk rSjkd gSy sfd u Vsful ugha[ksy rsgS?
(A) I (B) J
(A) I (B) J
(C) K (D) L
(C) K (D) L

Directions : (75 to 77) Assume the following : funsZ'k : (75 l s77) fuEukuql kj
‘A @ B’ means ‘A is greater than B’ ; ‘A @ B’ d k v FkZ‘A, B l scM+
k gSA
‘A  B’ means ‘A is either greater than or
‘A  B’ d k v FkZ‘A, B l scM+
k ;k cjkcj gSA
equal to B’;
‘A $ B’ means ‘A is equal to B’ ; ‘A $ B’ d k v FkZ‘A, B d scjkcj gSA
‘A ^B’ means ‘A is smaller than B’ ; ‘A ^B’ d k v FkZ‘A, B l sN ksVk gSA
‘A # B’ means ‘A is either smaller than or
‘A #B’ d k v FkZ‘A, B l sN ks
Vk ;k cjkcj gSA
equal to B’;
In each question, two statements followed izR;sd iz'u esa] nksd Fku d sckn nksfu"d "kZI rFkkII
by two conclusions I and II are given. fn;sx;sgSA d Fku d ksl R; ekursgq,] fu"d "kZI rFkk
Assuming the statement to be true, state
II es
al sd kSul k fu"d "kZfuf'pr : i l sl gh gksxk ?
which of the conclusions I and II is / are
definitely true ? mÙkj (A) nhft ;s;fn fl Q Zfu"d "kZI l R; gksA
Give answer (A) if only conclusion I is true; (B) nhft ;s;fn fl Q Zfu"d "kZII l R; gksA
(B) if only conclusion II is true; (C) if either
(C) nhft ;s;fn fu"d "kZI ;k II l R; gksA
I or II is true; and (D) if both I and II are
true. (D) nhft ;s;fn fu"d "kZI rFkk II nksuksal R; gksA

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75. Statements : P # Q, M  N $ P 75. d Fku : P # Q, M  N $ P
Conclusions : I. M @ P II. N # Q fu"d "kZ : I. M @ P II. N # Q

76. Statements : L  M, R T$L 76. d Fku : L  M, R  T $ L
Conclusions : I. T M II. R @ L fu"d "kZ : I. T  M, II. R @ L

77. Statements : X @ Y @ Z, U @ Z $ V 77. d Fku : X @ Y @ Z, U @ Z $ V
Conclusions : I. V ^ U II. X @ V fu"d "kZ : I. V ^ U, II. X @ V

78. Arrange the following words in the sequence in 78. fuEu 'kCnksad ks'kCnd ks"kkuql kj O;ofLFkr d hft ;s:
which they occur in dictionary :
1. Brook 2. Bandit
1. Brook 2. Bandit
3. Boisterous 4. Baffle 5. Bright
3. Boisterous 4. Baffle 5. Bright
(A) 4, 2, 3, 5, 1 (B) 2, 4, 3, 1, 5
(A) 4, 2, 3, 5, 1 (B) 2, 4, 3, 1, 5
(C) 2, 4, 3, 5, 1 (D) 4, 2, 3, 1, 5 (C) 2, 4, 3, 5, 1 (D) 4, 2, 3, 1, 5

79. How many pairs of letters are there in the word 79. 'kCn CARROT esa;gkafd rusv{kj ;qXe gSft ud s
CARROT which have as many letters between e/; mrusgh v{kj mifLFkr gSft rusd h o.kZeky k esa
them in the word as in the alphabet ? mud se/; gksrsgS?
(A) 1 (B) 2 (A) 1 (B) 2
(C) 3 (D) 4 (C) 3 (D) 4

80. If in the word DISTURBANCE, the first letter is 80. ;fn 'kCn DISTURBANCE, d siz Fke v{kj d ksvfUre
interchanged with the last letter, the second v{kj lscny fn;kt k;s ]nq
l jsv{kj d ksnlos av{kj ls
letter is interchanged with the tenth letter and cny fn;k t k;srFkk vUr rd blh izd kj py rk jgs
so on, which letter would come after the letter rks] cuusoky su;s'kCn esad kSulk v{kj ‘T’ d sckn
‘T’ in the newly formed word ? vk;sxk?
(A) I (B) N (A) I (B) N
(C) S (D) T (C) S (D) T

Directions : (81 to 82) From amongst the figures funsZ'k % (81 ls82) fn;sx;sfod Yiks a(A), (B), (C) rFkk(D) es
a
marked (A), (B), (C) and (D), select the figure l sml v kd f̀r d kpquko d hft ;st ksfp=k(X) esafn;s
which satisfies the same conditions of
x;sfcUnqv ksad sl eku fLFkfr iznf'kZr d jrk gks\
placement of dots as in figure (X).

81. 81.

(X) (X)

(A) (B) (A) (B)

(C) (D) (C) (D)

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82.
82.
(X) (X)

(A) (B) (A) (B)

(C) (D) (C) (D)

Directions : (83 to 84) Fill the blanks in the funsZ'k : (83 l s84) uhpsfn;sx;sfod Yiksesal sfjDr LFkkuksa
following questions from the choice given d h iwfrZd hft ,&
below :

83. 20212223 : 23294555: : 20324258 : ? 83. 20212223 : 23294555: : 20324258 : ?
(A) 32425872 (B) 20191817 (A) 32425872 (B) 20191817
(C) 29455575 (D) 58575655 (C) 29455575 (D) 58575655

84. 10242846 : 46454443 : : 48527886 : ? 84. 10242846 : 46454443 : : 48527886 : ?
(A) 47464544 (B) 14203242 (A) 47464544 (B) 14203242
(C) 86878889 (D) 42414039 (C) 86878889 (D) 42414039

Directions : (85 to 88) The following rules has been funsZ'k: (85 l s88) fuEu fu;e l a[;kv ksad sl eku l ewg esa
applied to the same set of numbers. In every y kxq fd ;kx;kgSaA izR;sd iz'u esad kSul k,d fu;e
question findout which one of the rules viz, (A), (B) (C) ;k(D) y kxqgksxkA
(A), (B) (C) or (D) has been applied.
fu;e :
Rules :
[A] Add half the number to twice the number [A] fd l h l a
[;k d snqxqusesaml d k v k/kk t ksM +sA
[B] Divide by 2 and add the square of the [B] fd l h l a
[;k d ks2 l sfoHkkft r d jsv kSj bl d s
quotient ot the number HkkxQ y d soxZd ksml l a[;k esat ksM +sA
[C] Add the number to its square [C] fd l h l a
[;k esaml d k oxZt ksM +sA
[D] Square the number and add 3
[D] fd l h l a
[;k d soxZesa3 t ksM +sA
85. 42, 110, 210, 506 85. 42, 110, 210, 506
(A) A (B) B (A) A (B) B
(C) C (D) D (C) C (D) D

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86. 15, 35, 63, 143 86. 15, 35, 63, 143
(A) A (B) B (A) A (B) B
(C) C (D) D (C) C (D) D

87. 15, 25, 35, 55 87. 15, 25, 35, 55
(A) A (B) B (A) A (B) B
(C) C (D) D (C) C (D) D

88. 39, 103, 199, 487 88. 39, 103, 199, 487
(A) A (B) B (A) A (B) B
(C) C (D) D (C) C (D) D

Directions : (89 to 90) Arrange the following in funsZ'k : (89 l s 90) fuEu d ks v FkZ iw.kZ Ø e esa O;ofLFkr
meaningful sequence : d hft ;sA

89. 1. Table 2. Tree 89. 1. es
t 2. is
M+
3. Wood 4. Seed 5. Plant 3. y d M+
h 4. cht 5. ikS
a/kk
(A) 4, 5, 3, 2, 1 (B) 4, 5, 2, 3, 1
(A) 4, 5, 3, 2, 1 (B) 4, 5, 2, 3, 1
(C) 1, 3, 2, 4, 5 (D) 1, 2, 3, 4, 5
(C) 1, 3, 2, 4, 5 (D) 1, 2, 3, 4, 5

90. 1. Yarn 2. Plant 90. 1. /kkxk 2. ikS
a/kk
3. Saree 4. Cotton 5. Cloth 3. lkM+h 4. : bZ 5. d iM+k
(A) 2, 4, 1, 5, 3 (B) 2, 4, 3, 5, 1 (A) 2, 4, 1, 5, 3 (B) 2, 4, 3, 5, 1
(C) 2, 4, 5, 1, 3 (D) 2, 4, 5, 3, 1 (C) 2, 4, 5, 1, 3 (D) 2, 4, 5, 3, 1

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NTSE TEST PAPER-1
COURSE NAME VIKALP(STAGE-I )
CLASS - VIII [MAT]

HINTS & SOLUTIONS
ANSWER KEY
Que . 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15
Ans. C C D C A B D A C B C A B B D
Que . 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30
Ans. C A C A A C B D C C B C B C A
Que . 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45
Ans. C A A C D C B D C B B D D A B
Que . 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60
Ans. C C B D D D D B B C D A B A C
Que . 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75
Ans. A B B A C A B D B A C D B C B
Que . 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90
Ans. A D A A C A A D C C B A D B A

1. Mirror is related to ‘reflection in same manner 7. In given word (nhx;s'kCn es
a)
water is related to refraction. REMOTE ROTEME
niZ
.k]viorZ u lslEcfU/kr gSmlhiz
d kj ikuhijkorZ
u
lslEcfU/kr gS
aA
P I CNIC PN I I CC
2. A : B : C  12 : 22 : 32 = 1 : 4 : 9
Hence (vr%),
1 2 3 Hence (vr%),
B : C : D  22 : 32 : 42 = 4 : 9 : 16
2 3 4 9. Colour of blood is ‘red’ and red is called white
hence, the answer is ‘white’.
3. ‘Seimograph’ is an instrument by which intensity [kqu d kjax y ky gSrFkky ky d kslQ sn d gkx;kgSaA
of ‘Earthquake’ is measured. In same manner vr%mÙkj lQ sn gksxkA
the purity of milk is measured by lactometer.
10. 4 × 5  (4 + 1) × (5 + 1) = 5 × 6 = 30
flLeksxzkQ ,d mid j.k gSft ld s}kjk Hkwd Ei d h 7 × 3  (7 + 1) × (3 + 1) = 8 × 4 = 32
rhozrk ukih t krh gSaA mlh izd kj nq/k d h 'kq) rk d ks 6 × 4  (6 + 1) × (4 + 1) = 7 × 5 = 35
y sDVksehVj }kjk ukiht krh gSaA Hence, 8 × 0  (8 + 1) × (0 + 1) = 9 × 1 = 9

11. According to the statement (d Fku d svuql kj)
4. Excluding ‘Bronze’, all are metal ‘Bronze’ is an
alloy.
North (mÙkj)
d kal sd svy koklHkh/kkrq,sagS]d kal kfeJ /kkrqgSaA
Suresh
lqjs'k
5. The multiplication of first and last digit of given
number is equal to the middle digit. West Mukesh Shyam East
(if'pe) eqd s'k ';ke (iw
oZ)
igy svkSj vfUre vad d kxq.kuQ y chp oky svad d s jke
Ram
cjkcj gSa
A
South (nf{k.k)

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Hence, Suresh is in ‘North-East’ of Mukesh. 17. Let a  b means ab and a  b means a ÷ b, a 
(vr%lq
js'k]eqd s'k d smÙkj&ioZesagSaA)
ab
b c means
c
(12 to 13) : According to the given direction
(fn;sx;sfn;kfuns
'kkuq
l kj) ekuka  b d k vFkZab, a  b d k vFkZa ÷ b rFkk
ab
right a  b c d k vFkZ
to c
nk;
k;sa
ck;sa right

Hence, 2  2  4 means 22 ÷ 4 = 1 and

lef
A sal
l sn

t
sc 4  2  8 means 42 ÷ 8 = 2.
left to

F D k;sa
So, 6  2  4 means 62 ÷ 4 = 19
E C v r% 2  2  4 d k v FkZ 2 2 ÷ 4 = 1 rFkk
B 4  2  8 d k vFkZ42 ÷ 8 = 2. blfy ,, 6  2  4
d k vFkZ62 ÷ 4 = 19

12. [A] Hence, ‘D’ is sitting between A and C ? 18. After interchanged the sighs the (fpUgks
ad kscnyus
vr%'D', A vkSj C d se/; esacSBk gSaA ij vo;o gks
xkA)
Expression become = 6 + 9 × 8 ÷ 3 – 20
13. After interchanging the position of A and C, then
C would be sitting between D and F. 8
=6+9× – 20
3
A vkS
j C d h fLFkfr cny usd sckn C, D vkSj F d s
= 6 + 24 – 20
e/; cSBsxkA
= 30 – 20 = 10
19. Given statement (fn;k x;k d Fku) p × q × r  p
14. Some Doctors are married and some are not
=q=r
but all doctors and married people are human
hence option (A) is p – q = r  p > q > r
being.
vr% fod Yi (A) gSaA p – q = r  p > q > r
d qN MkWDVj fookfgr gSrFkk d qN ughay sfd u lHkh
MkWDVj rFkkfookfgr iq: "kekuo gSaA
20. Given (fn;k x;k) p – q + r means (d k vFkZ)
Human being p>q r
(ekuo) hence the possible answer is
Doctor (vr%lEHko mÙkj gS
aA)
Married people
(MkW
DVj) (fookfgr iq
: "k) p=q>rp>q<r

21. 8, 24, 16 / 7, 7, 14 /, 6, 18, 12 / 5, 5, 10
15. Some snake and some drugs are poisonous and Hence the answer is 7 (vr%mÙkj 7 gS aA)
some are not and no drugs are snake.
d qN laki rFkkd qN nokZb;kat gjhy hgSrFkkd qN ugha 11, 10, 101, 100, 1001, 1000
gSavkSj d ksbZnokbZlkai ughagSaA 22.
–1 ×10+1 –1 ×10+1 –1
hence, the answer is 101. (vr%mÙkj 101 gS
aA)
Snake Drugs
(lka
i) (nokbZ
;ka) X, U, S, P, N, K, I, F
24 21 19 16 14 11 9 6
Poisonous 23.
(t gjhy h) –3 –2 –3 –2 –3 –2 –3

Hence, the answer is (F). (vr%mÙkj F gS
aA)

Human being A Z G T M N S H Y B
(ekuo) 1 26 7 20 13 14 19 8 25 2

16. Nurse Doctor 24. +6 +6 +6 +6
(ulZ
) (MkW
DVj) +6 +6 +6 +6

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+1 +1 +1 +1 +1 +1 +1 +1 +1 +1 +1 +1 +1 +1 +1 37. After unfold the dice we got the given following
25. A B D E F H I J K M N O P Q S T U V W X
figure.
+2 +2 +2 +2

iklsd ks[kksy usd sckn gesfuEu vkd f̀r iz
kIr gksrhgSa
A
26. Given series is (nh xbZJs
a.kh gSa) :
cba/abc/cba/abc/cba 1
Hence, the answer is (vr% mÙkj gS
a) a c a b b. 3 6 2
4
27. Given series is : (nh xbZJs
a.kh gSaA) 24 5

24 hence the digit ‘3’ will come inplace of ‘?’.
2, 6, 11, 17, 23, 32, 41 vr%vad 3, ? d sLFkku ij vk;sxkA
+4 +5 +6 +7 +8 +9
(75 to 77) : @ >
Hence, the wrong term is (vr%xy r in gSa) 23. • >
$ =
28. Given series is (nh xbZJs
a.kh gSaA) : * <
17 # <
P3C, R5F, T8I, V12L, X 18 O, Z23R
+2 +2 +2 +2 +2 75. P#Q M•N$P
+3 +3 +3 +3 +3
P<Q M>N=P
+2 +3 +4 +5 +6
 statements (d Fku)
Hence, the wrong terms (v r% xy r in gSa) I. M @ P II. N # Q
X 18 O. M>P N<Q
 Conclusions (fu"d "kZ
)
(29 to 31) : The given multiplication is
(fn;k x;k xq
.kuQ y gSaA) : 76. L•M R•T$L
L>M R>T=L
987  statements (d Fku)
×354
I. T•M II. R @ L
3948
4935× T>M R>L
2961×× Conclusions (fu"d "kZ
)
349398
77. X @ Y @ Z, U@Z$V
Hence,
a Stands for 9 X > Y > Z, U>Z=V
b Stands for 8  statements (d Fku)
c Stands for 7 I. V*U II. X @ V
d Stands for 4 V>U II. X > V
Conclusions (fu"d "kZ
)
34. According to the statements (d Fku d svuql kj)


78. Bottle  Bamdit  Boisterous  Bright  Brook

Mother Daughter
ek¡ iq=kh 79. Letter in the given words Letters in the Alphabet
Mukesh + – series
Brother Sister Person
eqd s'k (HkkbZ
) (cfgu) (O;fä ) fn;sx;s'kCn esav{kj
o.kZeky k Jsa.khesav{kj
Hence, the person is sister of Mukesh.
C A R R O T R S T
vr%efgy k O;fä ]eqd s'k d h cfgu gSaA
3 1 18 18 15 20 18 19 20

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80. E C NAB R UT S I D 87. The rule has been applied in the given number
Change the word According to direction. New set is (nh xbZ la[;kvksa d s lewg esa fu;e y kxq
word in E C N A B R U T S I D. So, S is after d jusij)
letter T.
“Add half the number to twice the number” (la
[;k
'kCn d ks fn'kk funsZ'kkuql kj cny us ij u;k 'kCn d snqxqusesala[;k d k vk/kk t ksM s+A)
E C N A B R U T S I D. vr%S, T d sckn vkrk gSaA
6
So, = 3 + 2 × 6 = 3 + 12 = 15
2
81. There are three dots in figure (x) one in the
10
circle alone, second in the region common to = 5 + 2 × 10 = 25
2
square and circle only and third in the region
14
common to cell the three figures. Only figure = 7 + 2 × 14 = 35
2
(A) contains all the three types of regions.

;gk¡vkd f̀r (X) es
arhu fcUnqgS
Aa ,d flQ ZoÙ̀kes
]nq
a l jk
89. The meaningful sequence are as follow :
flQ ZoxZrFkkoÙ̀kd smH;fu"B Hkkx es
arFkkrhljk]lHkh vFkZiw
.kZØ e fuEukuql kj gS
aA
rhukasvkd f̀r;kasd smH;fu"B Hkkx es
agS
A flQ Zvkd f̀r (A)
a 4. Seed 5. Plant 2. Tree

esalHkhrhuksalEHko gSaA 3. Wood 1. Table
4. cht 5. ikS
/kk 2. iS
M+
83. The pattern of left hand side two numbers are 3. y d M+
h 1. es
t
as follows.

ck;havkSj d h nksuksala[;k d k izk: i fuEu gSaA 90. The meaningful sequence of the words are as
follows :
'kCnksad kvFkZiw.kZØ e fuEukuql kj gSaA
2. Plant 4. Cotton 2. Yarn
5. Cloth 3. Saree
So, (D) make the same pattern.
2. ikS
/kk 4. : bZ 2. /kkxk
vr%(D) mlh izk: i d kscukrk gSaA
5. d iM+
k 3. lkM+
h

85. The rule has been applied in this question is

(bl iz'u esay kxqfu;e gSaA)
“Add the number to its square” (la
[;k d soxZesa
la[;kd k;ksx)
So, 62 + 6 = 36 + 6 = 42, 102 + 10 = 100 + 10
= 110
142 + 14 = 196 + 14 = 210 ............

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