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ALL INDIA NTSE TEST SERIES

(R-AINTS)
TEST PAPER # 1 (27-09-09)

MENTAL APTITUDE TEST (MAT)


Directions : (1 to 3) In each question there is a number funsZ'k : (1 ls3) iz
R;s
d iz
'u esa,d la[;kJs.khnhxbZgS]ft lesa
series with one term missing, which is shown ,d in xk;c gS ]ft lsiz'u lw
p d fpg~
u (?) lsn'kkZ;k
by question mark (?). Find the missing term out x;k gSA fn, x, fod Yiksaesalsxk;c in d ksKkr
of the given alternatives.
d hft ,A
1. 4, 10, 23, 50, 105, ? 1. 4, 10, 23, 50, 105, ?
(A) 215 (B) 210 (A) 215 (B) 210
(C) 216 (D) 439 (C) 216 (D) 439

2. 7, 12, 22, 37, ?, 82, 112 2. 7, 12, 22, 37, ?, 82, 112
(A) 62 (B) 57 (A) 62 (B) 57
(C) 52 (D) 42 (C) 52 (D) 42

3. 4, 6, 12, 14, 28, 30, ? 3. 4, 6, 12, 14, 28, 30, ?


(A) 32 (B) 64 (A) 32 (B) 64
(C) 62 (D) 60 (C) 62 (D) 60

Directions : (4 to 5) In each question there is a number funsZ'k : (4 l s5) izR;s


d iz'u esa,d vad Js.khgSft lesa,d in
series with one incorrect term. Find out the v'kq
) gS A v'kq) in d ksfn, x, fod Yiksaes
als[kks
ft ,A
incorrect term out of the given alternatives.

4. 3, 6, 11, 18, 28, 38, 51, 66 4. 3, 6, 11, 18, 28, 38, 51, 66
(A) 18 (B) 28 (A) 18 (B) 28
(C) 38 (D) 51 (C) 38 (D) 51

5. 320, 254, 200, 155, 122, 100, 89 5. 320, 254, 200, 155, 122, 100, 89
(A) 155 (B) 320 (A) 155 (B) 320
(C) 254 (D) 200 (C) 254 (D) 200

Directions : (6 to 10) In each question there is a letter funsZ'k : (6 l s10) izR;sd iz'u esa,d v{kj Js.kh nh xbZgS]
series with one term missing which is shown ft les a,d in xk;c gSaft lsiz
'u fpg~
u (?). lsn'kkZ
;k
by question mark (?). Find the missing term out
x;k gSfn, x, fod Yiksaesalsxk;c in d ksKkr
of the given alternatives.
d hft ,A

6. CGJL, FJMO, IMPR, LPSU, ? 6. CGJL, FJMO, IMPR, LPSU, ?


(A) ORUW (B) OSVX (A) ORUW (B) OSVX
(C) JMPR (D) KORS (C) JMPR (D) KORS

7. ADCG, ?, JMLP, QTSW, UXWA 7. ADCG, ?, JMLP, QTSW, UXWA


(A) PSRV (B) PTSV (A) PSRV (B) PTSV
(C) PRVS (D) PVRS (C) PRVS (D) PVRS

8. CLZ, BMY, INX, HOW, ? 8. CLZ, BMY, INX, HOW, ?


(A) OQV (B) OPV (A) OQV (B) OPV
(C) OOV (D) PQV (C) OOV (D) PQV

9. ABHR, EFIO, IJJL, MNKI, ?, UVMC 9. ABHR, EFIO, IJJL, MNKI, ?, UVMC
(A) QRLM (B) QRST (A) QRLM (B) QRST
(C) QULM (D) QRLF (C) QULM (D) QRLF

10. BDF, HKN, QUY, ?, RXD 10. BDF, HKN, QUY, ?, RXD
(A) CHM (B) BGL (A) CHM (B) BGL
(C) CIO (D) BHN (C) CIO (D) BHN

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Directions : (11 to 14) In each question there are four funsZ'k : (11 l s14) izR;sd iz'u esav{kjksad spkj lewg gSaA ,d
sets of letters/words. One set is different from lewg 'ks"krhu lsfd lhu fd lhnf̀"V lsfHkUu gSA bl
the rest three in some way or the other. Find
fHkUu lewg d ks<w¡f<,A
out this different set.

11. (A) MPV (B) PSY 11. (A) MPV (B) PSY
(C) WZF (D) ZCH (C) WZF (D) ZCH

12. (A) EGK (B) LNS 12. (A) EGK (B) LNS
(C) SUY (D) ZBF (C) SUY (D) ZBF

13. (A) JMP (B) RUX 13. (A) JMP (B) RUX
(C) UYB (D) EHK (C) UYB (D) EHK

14. (A) Chalkstick (B) Pen 14. (A) pkS


d (B) is
u
(C) Pencil (D) Brush (C) is
fUly (D) cz
'k
q

Directions : (15 to 19) Each question is based on letter funsZ'k : (15 ls19) iz
R;s
d iz'u v{kj Js.khij vk/kkfjr gS
aft ues
a
series in which some letters are missing. In the dqN v{kj xk;c gS
Aa fn, x, fod Yikases
axk;c v{kj lgh
given options missing letter is given in proper
Ø e esafn;sx;sgSA gj iz'u d k lgh fod Yi <¡wf<,A
sequence. Select the correct option of each
question.
15. _ bc _ _ bb _ aabc
15. _ bc _ _ bb _ aabc
(A) acac (B) babc
(A) acac (B) babc
(C) abab (D) aacc
(C) abab (D) aacc

16. ab _ bca _ a _ a _ c 16. ab _ bca _ a _ a _ c


(A) abba (B) ccbb (A) abba (B) ccbb
(C) bacb (D) abcc (C) bacb (D) abcc

17. B_N_ZF_HNT_FBH_TZ_ 17. B_N_ZF_HNT_FBH_TZ_


(A) H B T Z N F (B) H T B F N Z (A) H B T Z N F (B) H T B F N Z
(C) T B Z H N F (D) H T B Z N F (C) T B Z H N F (D) H T B Z N F

18. U_T_K_P_CKUP_CK 18. U_T_K_P_CKUP_CK


(A) T C P T U (B) C T P U T (A) T C P T U (B) C T P U T
(C) P C U T T (D) P U T C T (C) P C U T T (D) P U T C T

19. J_HL_K_IH_LKJI_LLK 19. J_HL_K_IH_LKJI_LLK


(A) H I L J L (B) I L J L H (A) H I L J L (B) I L J L H
(C) L J L H I (D) J L H I L (C) L J L H I (D) J L H I L

Directions : (20 to 24) Get the rule and find the suitable funsZ'k : (20 l s24) ml fu;e d ks<¡Wwf<, vkSj [kky h [k.M d s
option for blank cell. fy , mfpr fod Yi Kkr d hft ,A

20. 4 5 ?
20. 4 5 ?
2 9 9
2 9 9
6 8 4 12 16 24
6 8 4 12 16 24

(A) 3 (B) 7
(A) 3 (B) 7
(C) 6 (D) 9
(C) 6 (D) 9

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23 48 25 23 48 25
21. 46 92 ? 21. 46 92 ?
31 60 29 31 60 29

(A) 54 (B) 4 (A) 54 (B) 4


(C) 46 (D) 138 (C) 46 (D) 138

3 5 4 3 5 4
22. 22. 8 14 11
8 14 11
25 ? 34 25 ? 34

(A) 44 (B) 43 (A) 44 (B) 43


(C) 42 (D) 41 (C) 42 (D) 41

Y C W Y C W
23. 23.
X D U X D U
? E S ? E S

(A) D (B) W (A) D (B) W


(C) Y (D) U (C) Y (D) U

A ? D A ? D
24. 24.
B 35 C B 35 C

D 189 E D 189 E

(A) 64 (B) 65 (A) 64 (B) 65


(C) 66 (D) 67 (C) 66 (D) 67

Direction : (25) The capital letters in each of the following funsZ'k: (25) uhpsfn;sx;s'kCnksad sizR;sd cM+sv{kj d ks
words are coded and written in small letters, ladsfrr d jd sNksVsv{kjkases
afy[kkx;kgS ]fd Urqosmlh
but not in the same order as the letters in the
Ø e esaughagSt Sl sfd 'kCn esaA v{kjksad slad sr Kkr
word. Find the codes for letters and answer the
question. d hft ;svkSj iz'u d k mÙkj nhft ;sA
NECK:b imk NECK:b imk
LU CK:mdnb LU CK:mdnb
L I KE:mkjn L I KE:mkjn

25. What would be the code in correct order for the 25. ‘NICE’ 'kCn d sfy ;slghØ e es
alad s
rk{kj D;kgksxs\
word ‘NICE’ ? (A) k j n b (B) j i k b
(A) k j n b (B) j i k b (C) i j b m (D) i j b k
(C) i j b m (D) i j b k

26. If BDFHJ is written as IGECA , then how PRTVX 26. ;fn BDFHJ d ksIGECA fy [kkt krkgS]rksPRTVX
will be written ? d Sl sfy [kk t k,xk \
(A) WUSQO (B) OPQRS (A) WUSQO (B) OPQRS
(C) DWVEF (D) XVTRP (C) DWVEF (D) XVTRP

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27. In a certain language CALCUTTA is coded as 27. CALCUTTA d ksfd lhlkd
a fsrd Hkk"kkes
aGEPGYXXE,
GEPGYXXE, which word would be coded as }kjkiz
d V fd ;kx;kgS A blhlkda fsrd Hkk"kk d svuq l kj
FSQFCE ? FSQFCE d kla d rs fdl 'kCn d sfy;siz ;kxs fd ;kx;kgSA
(A) BOMBAY (B) BOMYAB (A) BOMBAY (B) BOMYAB
(C) BOBAYM (D) BOMBYA (C) BOBAYM (D) BOMBYA

28. If the word ‘THREAD’ is written in a code as 28. ;fn fd lh d wV Hkk"kk esa‘THREAD’ d ks‘SIQFZE’
‘SIQFZE’ , how would ‘NUMBER’ be written in fy [kkt k, rksmlhd w V esa‘NUMBER’ d ksd S
l sfy[kk
that code ?
t k,xk?
(A) MVLCDS (B) OTNAFQ
(A) MVLCDS (B) OTNAFQ
(C) MTLAFQ (D) OVNCDS
(C) MTLAFQ (D) OVNCDS

29. If HOTEL is coded as 60. How will you code 29. ;fn HOTEL d ks60 lsd ks M+fd ;kt k;srksBORE d ks
BORE ? fd llsd ksM +fd ;kt k;sxk?
(A) 62 (B) 40 (A) 62 (B) 40
(C) 42 (D) 26 (C) 42 (D) 26

Directions : (30) Following question is based on the five funsZ'k : (30) fuEu iz'u uhpsnh xbZrhu vad ksd h ik¡p la[;k
three digit numbers given below : ij vk/kkfjr gS
aA
264, 175, 826, 397, 549 264, 175, 826, 397, 549

30. If the positions of first and the third digit in each 30. ;fn izR;s
d la
[;kesaigyso rhljsva d d hvnyk&cnyh
of the numbers is interchanged which of the d j nh t k,] rksfuEu esals: ikUrj.k d si'pkr~
following will be the lowest number after the
d kSu&lh lclsU;wuÙke la[;k gksxh ?
rearrangement ?
(A) 175 (B) 264 (A) 175 (B) 264
(C) 397 (D) 826 (C) 397 (D) 826

31. Five children are sitting in a row. S is sitting 31. ik¡p cPps,d iafDr esacSBsgSaA P d svkxsS gS]T ugha]
next to P but not T, K is sitting next to R, who is R t ksck;safljsij gSa]lsvkxsK gSrFkk K lsvkxsT
sitting on extreme left and T is not sitting next ughagSaA S d sck;sa] nk;sad kSu cSBsgSa\
to K. Who is sitting adjacent to S ?
(A) K rFkk P (B) R rFkk P
(A) K and P (B) R and P
(C) only P (D) P and T (C) d soy P (D) P rFkkT

32 Arrange the given worlds in alphabetical order 32. fn;sx;s'kCnksad kso.kZeky kvuq
l kj O;ofLFkr d jusij
and choose the one that comes first. d kSulk 'kCn igy sLFkku ij vk;sxkA
(A) Sport (B) Spouse (A) Sport (B) Spouse
(C) Squash (D) Sprout (C) Squash (D) Sprout

33. In the following question, find which one word 33. fuEufy f[kr iz'u esaKkr d jsafd fn;sx;s'kCn d s
cannot be made from the letters of the given v{kjksalsfod Yi d kd kSu&lk'kCn ughacu ld rkgS
aA
word. HANDSOME
HANDSOME (A) HALE (B) HEN
(A) HALE (B) HEN (C) SOME (D) HEAD
(C) SOME (D) HEAD

34. How many odd numbers are in the following 34. fuEu la[;kJs .khes
a a,s
l sfd ruhfo"ke la[;k,sagS
aft ld s
number series, which does not contains just after rqjUr ckn fo"ke la[;kughagksy sfd u rqjUr igy sle
it an odd number, but contains an even number
just before it ?
la[;kgksA
35814976159234852 35814976159234852
(A) 2 (B) 3 (A) 2 (B) 3
(C) 4 (D) 5 (C) 4 (D) 5

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35. Reena walks 5 km towards North, then she turns 35. jhukmÙkj d hvks j 5 fd eh-t krhgSavkSj viusnka
, vks
j
to her right and walked 2 km. She again turns eqM +t krh gSavkSj 2 fd eh-t krh gSaA iqu%og nk,aeqM +
right and walks 5 km at this point she turns to t krhgSvkS j 5 fd eh-pyrhgS abl eksM+ij og ck;saeq
M+
her left and walks for 5 km. How many kms and t krhgSavkSj 5 fd eh-pyrhgSaviusvkjfEHkd d sUnzls
in what direction is she from the starting point. og fd rusfd eh-t krh gSavkSj fd l fn'kk esagSaA
(A) 5 km West (B) 5 km South (A) 5 fd eh-if'pe (B) 5 fd eh-nf{k.k
(C) 7 km East (D) 7 km West (C) 7 fd eh-iw oZ (D) 7 fd eh-if'pe

36. If Ashok is taller than Suresh, Raju is taller than 36. ;fn v'kksd lqjs'klsy EckgS]jkt wv'kksd lsy EckgS]
Ashok, Chandu is shorter than Suresh , then panqlqjs'k lsNksVk gSrc panqD;k gSa?
Chandu is- (A) v'kksd lsy Eck
(A) Taller than Ashok
(B) lq
js'kft ruky Eck
(B) As tall as Suresh
(C) Taller than Suresh (C) lq
js'klsy Eck
(D) Shorter than Ashok (D) v'kksd lsNksVk
Direction : (37) In the question below, an equation is funsZ'k : (37) uhpsfn, x, iz'u esa,d lehd j.knhxbZgSat ks
given which becomes correct due to interchange fd nksfpUgks
ad hvnyk&cnyklslghgkst krhgS A ml
a
of two signs. Select the alternative which
correctly specifies the interchange of signs,
fod Yi d kspqfu, t ksfd fpUgksad h vny k&cny k d k
which when made will make the equation correct. lghfooj.kgS ]ft lsd jusij lehd j.klghgkst k,xhA

37. 12 ÷ 2 – 6 × 4 + 12 = 18 37. 12 ÷ 2 – 6 × 4 + 12 = 18
(A) ÷ and + (B) – and ÷ (A) ÷ o + (B) – o ÷
(C) + and – (D) – and × (C) + o – (D) – o ×

38. Insert the proper mathematical signs : 38. mfpr xf.krh; fpUg d k iz;ksx d hft ,A
7–3–5–5=5 7–3–5–5=5
(A) + , – , × (B) –, + , ÷ (A) + , – , × (B) –, + , ÷
(C) ÷ , + , – (D) ×, – , + (C) ÷ , + , – (D) ×, – , +

Directions : (39 to 40) Out of four class VIII students in funsZ'k : (39 l s40) d {kk VIII d spkj fo|kfFkZ;ksaesalsjek o
a class, Rama and Bharti are good in Hkkjrhxf.kr esavPNhgS aij foKku es ad et ks
j gSaA jek
Mathematics but poor in Science. Rama and
Poonam are good in English but poor in Hindi.
o iwue va xzt hes
s avPNhgS aij fgUnhesad et ks
j gSA iw
a ue
Poonam and Anita are good in Science but poor o vfurk foKku esavPNh gSaij lkekft d Kku esa
in Social Studies. Anita and Bharti are good in d et ksj gSaA vfurk o Hkkjrh fgUnh o vaxzst h nksuksaesa
Hindi as well as English.
Based on this Information, answer the following
vPNhgS aA bl lw p ukd svk/kkj ij fuEu iz'uksad smÙkj
question : nhft ;s
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39. Which of the following pair of students are good 39. fuEufyf[kr esalsd kS ulsfo|kfFk;ks
ad kt ksM+kfoKku o
both in Science and English ? vaxzst h nksuksaesavPNk gSa?
(A) Rama and Poonam (A) jek o iw ue
(B) Poonam and Anita
(B) iw ue o vfurk
(C) Rama and Anita
(D) Anita and Bharti (C) jeko vfurk
(D) vfurko Hkkjrh
40. Which of the following statements definitely true? 40. fuEufy f[kr esalsd kSulk d Fku fcy d qy lgh gSa?
(A) Poonam and Anita are not good in English
(B) Rama is good in Social Studies, Mathematics (A) iw
ue o vfurk vaxzst h esad et ksj gSaA
and English (B) jek lkekft d Kku]xf.kr o va xzst h esavPNh gSaA
(C) Poonam is good in Hindi, Social Studies and (C) iw
ue fgUnh]lkekft d Kku o xf.kr esavPNh gSaA
Mathematics.
(D) pkjks
afo|kFkhZvaxzs
t hesavPNsgSaA
(D) All the four students are good in English.

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Directions : (41 to 43) Study the information given below funsZ'k : (41 l s43) fuEukafd r lwp uk d ksi<+savkSj mld suhps
and answer the questions that follow : fn;siz'uksad smÙkj nsa:
Raju is a carpenter. He has five tools with which jkt w,d c<+ bZgSAa mld sikl ikp¡ vkS t kj gSaft ud s}kjk
he works. They are A, B, C, D and E. Each of og d ke d jrk gSaA ;sgSa: A, B, C, D rFkk E buesals
them has a different weight as given below : izR;sd d sfHkUu Hkkj gSat ksv/kksfy f[kr gSa:
(i) A weights twice as much as B (i) A, B lsnq xquk Hkkjh gSaA
(ii) B weights four and a half times as much as C
(ii) B, C lslk<s +pkj xquk Hkkjh gSaA
(iii) C weights half as much as D
(iii) C, D d kvk/kkgS aA
(iv) D weights half as much as E
(iv) D, E d k vk/kk gSaA
(v) E weights less than A but more than C
(v) E, A lsd e ij C lsT;knk Hkkjh gS aA
41. Which of the following is the most light in weight ? 41. fuEukafd r esalsd kSu lclsgYd k gSa?
(A) A (B) D (A) A (B) D
(C) B (D) C (C) B (D) C

42. Which of the following is most heavy in weight ? 42. fuEukafd r esalsd kSu lclsHkkjhgSa?
(A) A (B) B (A) A (B) B
(C) C (D) D (C) C (D) D

43. W hich of the following represents the 43. fuEuka


fd r es
alsd kS
u vkS
t kjksd sHkkj d ksvojks
ghØ e es
a
descending order of weights of tools ? O;Dr d jrk gSa?
(A) B, D, E, A C (B) A, B, E, D, C (A) B, D, E, A C (B) A, B, E, D, C
(C) B, D, E, C, A (D) E, C, D, A, B (C) B, D, E, C, A (D) E, C, D, A, B

44. Nimmi returned home three days earlier than 44. viuh eEeh lsd gsgq, fnu lsrhu fnu igy sfuEeh
the time she had told her mother, Her sister vius?kj y kSVrh gSaA ft l fnu fuEeh d ksigq¡p uk Fkk
Vimmi reached five days later than the day Nimmi mllsik¡ p fnu i'pkr~foEehvius?kj igq p¡rhgSA vxj
a
was supposed to return . If Nimmi returned on fuEeh xq: okj d ksvius?kj vkrh gSarksfoEeh d kSu ls
Thursday on what day did Vimmi return ? fnu y kSVsxh ?
(A) Tuesday (B) Wednesday (A) eaxy okj (B) cq
/kokj
(C) Saturday (D) Friday
(C) 'kfuokj (D) 'kØ
q okj
Directions : (45 to 47) In each question there is some funsZ'k : (45 l s47) izR;sd iz'u esaizFke nksinksad se/; d qN
relation between the first two terms. Same
lEcU/k gSA nwl jsinksaesaHkh ogh lEcU/k fo|eku gSA
relationship exists in the next two terms. The
missing term (?) is out of the options given below. xk;c in (?) uhp fn, x, fod Yiksaesals,d gSA lgh
Find the correct option. fod Yi Kkr fd ft ,A

45. 10 : 26 : : 50 : ? 45. 10 : 26 : : 50 : ?
(A) 142 (B) 132 (A) 142 (B) 132
(C) 122 (D) 112 (C) 122 (D) 112

46. L S F Q : ? : : DKNH : HFPF 46. L S F Q : ? : : DKNH : HFPF


(A) RTSO (B) EPIH (A) RTSO (B) EPIH
(C) PNHO (D) CLQR (C) PNHO (D) CLQR

47. I B U : MAZ : : ? X X F 47. I B U : MAZ : : ? X X F


(A) C P Q (B) TYA (A) C P Q (B) TYA
(C) K N T (D) U I E (C) K N T (D) U I E

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Directions : (48 to 49) There is some relationship funsZ'k : (48 l s49) nhxbZ;qXeksaesad qN laca/kgSaA mu fod Yiksa
between the given pair. Choose the alternative d kspwust kslclsvf/kd laca/kj[krsgks a]fcy d q
y mUgha
which is most closely related to the pair in the
;qXeksad h rjgA
same way.
48. Tree - Fruits 48. o`{k - Q y
(A) Greenary (B) House (A) gfj;kyh (B) ?kj
(C) Tall (D) Flower (C) yEck (D) Q w
y
49. Mango : Seed 49. vke : xqBy h
(A) Pulp (B) Sweet (A) xq
nk (B) ehBk
(C) Tree (D) Fruit
(C) is
M+ (D) Q y
Directions : (50 to 51) Choose the Venn diagram which funsZ'k : (50 ls51) uhpsfn, x, rhu oxksZaesalsosu vkjs[kks ad ks
best describe the relationship among the three pwusa(xksy k d k vkd kj mld slkis{k laca/kksad ksugha
give classes (The size of circle does not indicate
n'kkrZk)
relative sizes of classes)
50. Protons - Electrons - Atom 50. izksVkWu - by sDVªkWu - ijek.kq

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

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

51. Tea - Coffee - Beverages 51. pk; - d kWQ h- is; inkFkZ

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

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

Directions : (52 to 54) In the following diagram, the circle funsZ'k : (52 l s54) fuEufy f[kr fp=k esaoÙ̀k mu cPpksad ks
represents the children who like to play outdoor n'kkZ
rkgSaft Ugs ackgjh[ksy [ksy ukilUn gSaA oxZft Ugsa
games ; square represents the children who like
Hkhrjh [ksy [ksy uk ilUn gSaA vk;r mu cPpksad ks
to play in door games ; rectangle represent those
children who like to read books and triangle
n'kkZrk gSa] ft UgsaiqLrd si<+uk ilUn gSrFkk f=kHkqt
represents those who like to watch television. mud ksft Ugs aVs
fyfot u ns[kukilUn gSaA bl lw p ukd s
On the basis of this information answer the vk/kkj ij fuEu iz'uksad smÙkj nhft ;sA
question

10
10 6
5
6
5 3
9 4 2
3 13
9 4 2 1 7
13
1 7
8
11
8 12
11
12

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52. Which area/s represent the children who like 52. d kSulk {ks=k mu xfrfof/k;ksad ksn'kkZrk gSa]ft UgsalHkh
all the four activities ? xfrfof/k;kailUn gSa?
(A) 1 and 2 (B) only 2 (A) 1 o 2 (B) d s
oy 2
(C) 2 and 3 (D) 1, 2, 3 and 7
(C) 2 o 3 (D) 1, 2, 3 o 7
53. Which area/s represent the children who read 53. d kSulk{ks=kmu cPpks ad ksn'kkZ
rkgSat ksfd iqLrd si<+
rs
books, play indoor and outdoor games but do gSa] ckgjh o Hkhrjh [ksy [ksy rsgSaij Vsfy fot u ugha
not watch television ? ns[krsgSa?
(A) 3 and 7 (B) 1 and 7 (A) 3 o 7 (B) 1 o 7
(C) only 1 (D) only 7 (C) d s oy 1 (D) d s
oy 7
54. Which area/s represent the children who do not 54. d ks
Sulk{ks=kmu cPpksad ksn'kkZrkgSat ksfd ckgjh[ksy
play outdoor games, but read books, play indoor ugha[ksy rsgSa
]ij fd rkcsai<+rsgSa
]Hkhrjh[ksy [ks
y rsgSa
games and watch television ?
rFkk Vsfy fot u ns[krsgSa?
(A) 4, 5 and 8 (B) 4 and 8 (A) 4, 5 o 8 (B) 4 o 8
(C) 5 and 8 (D) only 4 (C) 5 o 8 (D) d soy 4
55. In the following question you have to visualize 55. fuEu iz'u esavkid ks,d in d sizfrfcEc d hvkbusaesa
the image of the word in the mirror. The mirror n`'; d Yiukd juhgSaA vkbusd klzksr in d suhpsgSaA
source is below the item. Choose the mirror
image from the alternatives.
fn, x, fod YiksaesalsvkbusaesaizfrfcEc d kspqfu,A
M A G I C - 148
M A G I C - 148
(A) (B)
(A) (B)
(C) I - 148 (D) M A I - 148
(C) I - 148 (D) M A I - 148
56. Find the mirror image of the following 56. fuEu d kniZ.kizfrfcEc Kkr d hft ;sA

. .

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

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

Directions : (57 to 58) Find the water-Image of the given funsZ'k : (57 l s58) fn;sx;sin@vkd f̀r d k t y &izfrfcEc
term/figure :
Kkr d hft ;s
&
57. FAMILY 57. FAMILY
(A) (B) (A) (B)
(C) (D) (C) (D)

58.
58.

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

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

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Directions : (59 to 60) Given questions are based on funsZ'k : (59 l s60) fn, x, iz'u 1 ls49 rd d h la[;kvksad s
the arrangement of numbers 1 to 49 in the form
fijkfeM d hO;oLFkkij vk/kkfjr gS A iz
R;s
d iz 'u esafpÐ
of a pyramid. In each question two sets of
numbers given on the left of sing (: :) which are (: :) d scka ;h vksj la[;kvksad snkslewg gSat ksijLij
related in some way or other. Same relationship fd lhiz d kj lEcfU/kr gSA oghlEcU/knk;havks
a j d snkusks
a
is between two sets on the right with one blank lewgksaesagSaft uesa,d in fjä gSA fjä in d k lgh
term. Select the correct option for the blank
fod Yi <¡ wf<,A
term.

1 1
2 3 4 2 3 4
5 6 7 8 9 5 6 7 8 9
10 11 12 13 14 15 16 10 11 12 13 14 15 16
17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25
26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36
37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49

59. 2 6 5 11 : 3 7 8 14 : : 5 12 20 29 : ? 59. 2 6 5 11 : 3 7 8 14 : : 5 12 20 29 : ?
(A) 7 14 22 31 (B) 9 15 22 33 (A) 7 14 22 31 (B) 9 15 22 33
(C) 7 12 20 31 (D) 3 6 12 19 (C) 7 12 20 31 (D) 3 6 12 19

60. 5 6 12 19 : 22 21 31 44 : : ? : 16 24 23 33 60. 5 6 12 19 : 22 21 31 44 : : ? : 16 24 23 33
(A) 12 20 21 31 (B) 12 20 31 43 (A) 12 20 21 31 (B) 12 20 31 43
(C) 14 13 21 20 (D) 15 23 22 31 (C) 14 13 21 20 (D) 15 23 22 31

61. Dice has been shown in different position. Study 61. ,d iklsd ksfofHkUu n'kkvks
aesafn[kk;kx;kgSaA mld s
the pattern of the numbers on each face of it izR;sd vksj fn, x, vad d siSVuZ¼uewu½ d kslef>,
and find out the value of the sign “?” from four rFkk iz'uokpd LFkku ij vkusoky svad d ksKkr
alternatives given - d hft ;sA og ml iz'u d k mÙkj gSA
1 1 4 ? 1 1 4
5 3 5 6 ?
4 5 6 4 5 3 5 6
4 5 6 4
(A) 1 (B) 2 (A) 1 (B) 2
(C) 3 (D) 5 (C) 3 (D) 5

Directions : (62 to 66) The following questions are based funsZ'k: (62 l s66) izR;sd 4 lseh d sekid sik'oZd s,d Bksl
on a solid cube with each side measuring 4 cm. ?ku ij fuEu iz'u vk/kkfjr gSA ?ku d sfoijhr Q y d ksa
The cube has been shaded as shown on pairs d s;qXe Nk;ka
fd r d jd sfn[kk;sx;sgS A mlsrc iz
a R;s
d
of opposite faces. It is then cut into smaller cubes
ik'oZ,d &,d ls eheki d j NkVss?kukases
ad kVkx;kgS
A
a
with each side measuring 1 cm. Answer the
question that follow.
vuqxkeh iz'uksad smÙkj nhft ;sA

Black
Black

•• •• •• ••
•• •• •• •• •• •• •• •• Dots
•• •• •• •• Dots •• •• •• ••
•• •• •• ••

Lines
Lines

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62. How many cubes will have no faces shaded ? 62. fd rus?kuksad sd ksbZHkhik'oZNk;kafd r ughagksxk?
(A) 8 (B) 12 (A) 8 (B) 12
(C) 16 (D) 24 (C) 16 (D) 24

63. How many cubes will have three faces shaded? 63. fd rus?kuksad srhu ik'oZNk;kafd r gksaxs?
(A) 4 (B) 8 (A) 4 (B) 8
(C) 12 (D) 16 (C) 12 (D) 16

64. How many cubes will have only two faces shaded? 64. fd rus?kuksad sd soy nksik'oZNk;kafd r gksaxs?
(A) 12 (B) 16 (A) 12 (B) 16
(C) 24 (D) 32 (C) 24 (D) 32

65. How many cubes will have only one face shaded? 65. fd rus?kuksad k d soy ,d ik'oZNk;kafd r gksxk?
(A) 24 (B) 16 (A) 24 (B) 16
(C) 32 (D) 20 (C) 32 (D) 20

66. How many cubes will have one face shaded with 66. fd rus?kuksad k ,d ik'oZy d hjksalsvkSj ,d vU;
lines and another shaded with dots (all other fcUnq
v kaslsNk;ka
fd r (lHkhvU; ik'oZNk;ka
fd r ughagS
)
faces are unshaded) ?
gks
xk?
(A) 16 (B) 12
(A) 16 (B) 12
(C) 8 (D) 4
(C) 8 (D) 4
67. How many Triangles are there in the figure given 67. uhpscusfp=k esaf=kHkqt ksad h la[;k D;k gS\
below -

(A) 16 (B) 15
(A) 16 (B) 15
(C) 18 (D) 19 (C) 18 (D) 19

68. How many triangles are there in the following 68. How many triangles are there in the following
figure ? figure ?

(A) 25 (B) 20 (A) 25 (B) 20


(C) 31 (D) 29 (C) 31 (D) 29

69. What is the number of triangles in this figure ? 69. fuEu vkd f̀r esafd rusf=kHkqt gSa?

(A) 12 (B) 20 (A) 12 (B) 20


(C) 22 (D) 24 (C) 22 (D) 24

Directions : (70 to 72) There are two sets of figures. funsZ'k : (70 l s72) fp=kksad snkslewg fn, x, gSaA ,d lewg
One is of Problem Figures while another is set
leL;k & fp=k rFkk nwl jk lewg mÙkj&fp=k d k gSA
of Answer Figures. There is a sequence
according to which the Problem Figures are leL;kfp=kksad ksfd lh,d Ø e esaO;fLFkr fd ;kx;k
arranged. One figure of Answer Figures is to be gSA mÙkj&fp=kksaesa,s,d ,sl sfp=k d k pquko d juk gS
selected which can be placed in sequence of
t ksleL;k&fp=k esaØ ekuql kj vkxst ksM +k t k ld sA
Problem Figures. Find the correct option of the
selected Answer Figure. p;fur mÙkj&fp=k d k lgh Ø ekad Kkr d hft ,A

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70. Problem Figures 70. leL;k&fp=k
P P
P T P T
Answer Figures mÙkj & vkÑ fr;k¡
N T T P T S S T N T T P T S S T
P P
(A) (B) (C) (D) (A) (B) (C) (D)

71. Problem Figures


71. leL;k & fp=k

Answer Figures
mÙkj & vkÑ fr;k¡

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


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

72. Problem Figures


72. leL;k&fp=k

Answer Figures
mÙkj & vkÑ fr;k¡

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


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

Directions : (73 to 77) There are two sets of figures. funsZ'k : (73 ls77) vkÑ fr;kasd snkslewg gS
Aa ,d iz'u&vkÑ fr;k¡
One is Question Figures and the other is
Answer-Figures. There is some relationship o nwl jkmÙkj&vkÑ fr;k¡A iz 'u&vkÑ fr;ksad hizFke nks
between the first two figures of the Question- vkÑ fr;ks
aes
ad q
N lEcU/kgS A oS
l kghlEcU/krhljhvkS j
Figures. The same relationship exists between
the third and fourth figures. Select the option of pkS
FkhvkÑ fr;ks
aesaHkhgSA iz'u fpÐ (?) d sLFkku d sfy,
the correct Answer-Figure for the place of mÙkj&vkÑ fr;kasesalslghvkÑ fr d sØ ekda d ks<¡ f<,A
w
question mark (?).

73. Question-Figures 73. iz'u & vkÑ fr;k¡

: :: : ?
: :: : ?
Answer-Figures
mÙkj & vkÑ fr;k¡

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


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

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74. Question-Figures 74. iz'u & vkÑ fr;k¡

: :: : ? : :: : ?
Answer-Figures mÙkj & vkÑ fr;k¡

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

75. Problem Figure 75. iz'u & vkÑ fr;k¡

: :: : ? : :: : ?
Answer Figure mÙkj & vkÑ fr;k¡

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

76. Question-Figures 76. iz'u & vkÑ fr;k¡

? ?
Answer Figure mÙkj & vkÑ fr;k¡

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

77. Question-Figures 77. iz'u & vkÑ fr;k¡

? ?
Answer Figure mÙkj & vkÑ fr;k¡

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


Directions : (78 to 81) In each question four figures are funsZ'k : (78 l s81) izR;sd iz'u esapkj fp=kx, gSaA ft uesa,d
given. One of them does not correlate with the vU; lsesy ugha[kkrkgSA fHkUu fp=kd kirky xkb,A
rest. Find out the different figure.

78. 78.

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

79. 79.

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

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80. (A) (B) 80. (A) (B)

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

+ +
81. (A) o (B) + 81. (A) o (B) +
o o

o o
(C) + (D) + (C) + (D) +
o o

Directions : (82 to 83) (In each of the following questions funsZ'k: (82 ls83) fuEu iz'ukases
saiz
R;s
d es
a,d vfHkd Yiuk@uew
uk
a design/pattern is given. One small segment fn;kx;kgS A bld k,d NkVskva 'kyqIr gS
A ml fod Yi
is missing from the design. Select the alternative d kspq
fu;st ksyqIr LFkku ij j[kusij vfHkd Yiuk@uewus
which will complete the design when placed on
d ksiwjkd j nsxkA
the missing area.
82. 82.

? ?

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

83. 83.

? ?

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

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

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Directions : (84) In the following problem, a square trans- funsZ'k: (84) fuEufyf[kr fn, x, iz'u es a,d Vª sflax isij d h
parent sheet with a pattern is given. Figure out oxZd kj 'khV nhxbZgSft l ij d Nq vkd f̀r ¼js[kk]fcUnq
]
from amongst the five alternatives as to how the oxZ] iÙkh½ cuh gqbZgSA ;fn bl oxkZd kj 'khV d ks
pattern would appear when the transparent sheet fcUnqor y kbu ¼MksVs~M y kbu½ ij eksM +nsrksvkd f̀r
is folded at the dotted line, choose the correct fd l izd kj d h fn[ksxh \ lgh foy Yi fn, x, mÙkj
alternative out of given response figures. fp=kksalspqusaA

84. Transparent sheet 84. Vªsflax isij 'khV

Response Figures mÙkj fp=k

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


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

85. In the following questions, arrange the given 85. fn, x, fuEufy f[kr iz- esafn, x, 'kCnksad k ,d
words in a meaningful sequence and then vFkZiw
.kZØ e es
aO;ofLFkr d js
arFkkt ksfod Yi iw
.kZ
r lgh
choose the most appropriate sequence from
gSml Ø e d k p;u d jsaA
given alternatives.
1. ifjokj 2. leqnk;
1. Family 2. Community
3. Member 4. Locality 3. lnL; 4. cLrh
5. Country 5. ns'k
(A) 31245 (B) 31254 (A) 31245 (B) 31254
(C) 31425 (D) 31452 (C) 31425 (D) 31452

Directions : (86 to 87) Each of the question shows a funsZ'k : (86 l s87) fuEufy f[kr izR;sd iz'u esa,d d kxt d s
sheet of paper when folded and then cut like the oxkdZ kj Vq
d M+
sd ksX, Y, Z. es
an'kkZ
;asx, fp=kd svuql kj
fig. X, Y, Z. On unfolding the sheet, the sheet eksM+kx;kgSvkSj mlsd kVkx;kgSA oxkZ d kj Vw
d M+sd ks
will appear like which alternative. [kks
y usd sckn o fd l fod Yi }kjkn'kkZ;hxbZvkÑ fr
d sleku y xsxkA

86. 86.

X Y Z X Y Z

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

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87. 87.

X Y Z X Y Z

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

Directions : (88 to 89) Count the number of cubes in funsZ'k : (88 ls89) fn, x, fp=kes
afd rus?ku gS]fxus
a ]rFkkfn,
the given figure and choose the correct answer x, fod Yiksaesalslgh mÙkj gsrqfod Yk pqusaA
out of given alternatives.

88. 88.

(A) 15 (B) 12
(A) 15 (B) 12
(C) 18 (D) 16
(C) 18 (D) 16

89.
89.

(A) 25 (B) 30
(A) 25 (B) 30
(C) 32 (D) 34
(C) 32 (D) 34

90. If – stands for ÷ and ÷ stands for –, ; 4 for 8 and 90. ;fn – d k vFkZ÷ vkSj ÷ d k vFkZ–, ; 8 d k vFkZ4 vkSj
8 for 4 ; then which one of the equations would 4 d kvFkZ8 gksrksfuEu es
alsd kS
ulklehd j.klghgS A
a
be correct ?
(A) 6 – 8 ÷ 4 = 1 (B) 4 – 8 ÷ 2 = 0
(A) 6 – 8 ÷ 4 = 1 (B) 4 – 8 ÷ 2 = 0
(C) 4 – 8 ÷ 6 = 2 (D) 4 ÷ 8 – 2 = 5
(C) 4 – 8 ÷ 6 = 2 (D) 4 ÷ 8 – 2 = 5

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