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Aptitude questions and answers for freshers:

Here we are listing you 2 question papers on aptitude for freshers,each question paper have 25
questions and along with answers,in the first paper the level of difficulty of question will be
medium,but in second paper it was tough,and also these questions are very useful for
the students,who attempting the competitive exams like IBPS,BANKS,MAT,ICET, and MNC written
test of various companies like TCS,WIPRO,IBM etc.Totally 50 questions are listed below,solve
them,if you very well know aptitude then practice the 50 questions and finally check your answers
1. Find the greatest number which divides 615 and 963, leaving the remainder 6 for each case.
a. 67 b. 77 c. 87 d. 97
2. Ms father is thrice as old as his daughter. After 12 years he will br twice the age of his
daughter. His present age is
a. 36 b. 39 c. 42 d. 45
3. A tree broke at a point and its top touched the ground 5m away from its base. If point of
breakage is at height of 12 m from ground what was trees total height?
a. 18m b. 25m c. 32m d. 35m
4. Find permutations of letters taken all at a time that can be formed out of watch.
a. 20 b. 24 c. 120 d. 124
5. The HCF of two numbers is 6 whose LCM is 36. If one of them is 12 the other is
a. 12 b. 18 c. 224 d. 30
6. The average of 7 numbers is 49. If 1 is added to first number, 2 to second number, 3 to third
number and so on what is new average?
a. 52 b. 53 c. 54 d. 55
7. Lisa Lilly was the best runner in the eighth grade. She ran 100m in 40 s, 200m in 1 min and
10 s and 200 m over hurdles in one and a half min. How many more seconds it took her to run 200m
over hurdles than it did to 200m dash?
a. 15s b. 18s c. 20s d. 30s
8. A train 55m long crosses a bridge of 220m length in 10 s. How many seconds will it take to
pass a man standing on the bridge?
a. 1 b. 1.25 c. 1.5 d. 2
9. As share is Rs. 1000 more than Bs but As capital is invested for 8 months. If As share of
the yearly profits is same as that of B what is As capital?
a. 1500 b. 2000 c. 3000 d. 4000
10. In what ratio should one variety of oil at rs. 9.5 per liter be mixed with another variety at Rs.
10 per liter to gat a mixture worth Rs. 9.6 per liter?
a. 1:4 b. 10:4 c. 4:1 d. 2:1
11. A smallest number exists that can be expressed as sum of cubes of two different sets of
numbers of which one set is 10,9. The other set is
a. 1,12 b. 4,11 c. 2,12 d. 4,13
12. The percentage change in the surface are of a cube when each side is doubled is
a. 25 b. 50 c. 100 d. 300
13. If 4 chickens are worth 3 ducks, 7 ducks worth 2 geese and 9 geese worth 7 fowls what is
the price of a chicken if a fowl costs Rs. 150?
a. Rs. 75 b. Rs. 25 c. Rs. 50 d. Rs. 150
14. An inspector drove 30 km west and 40 km south. From here, he drove 60 km east and 40 km
north. At what distance is he from the starting point?
a. 30 km b. 50 km c. 60 km d. 130 km
15. If GODAVARI is coded as KSHEZEVM then what is the code forNARMADA?
(16-20) There are five persons A, B, C, D and E. One of them is a doctor, one is an engineer and
another an executive. C and E are unmarried ladies and do not work. None of the ladies are
engineers or doctors. There is a married couple in which D is the husband. B is neither an engineer
nor an executive and is a male friend of A.
16. Who is the doctor?
a. A b. D c. B d. C
17. Who is the executive?
a. B b. A c. D d. C
18. Who is the engineer?
a. D b. A c. B d. C
19. Who is the wife of D?
a. C b. A c. E d. B
20. The three ladies are
a. A, B and E b. C, D and B c. B, A and C d. A, C and E

(21-24) A solid cube is painted on three pairs of its opposite faces with green, blue and black colors.
It is then cut into 216 equal pieces.
21. How many pieces have no face painted?
a. 64 b. 27 c. 125 d. none
22. How many pieces have two faces painted with same colour?
a. 72 b. 48 c. none d. 96
23. How many pieces have one blue face?
a. 18 b. 36 c. 96 d. 72
24. How many pieces have three faces with different colors?
a. 8 b. 12 c. 0 d. none
25. All students in my class are intelligent. Sachin is not intelligent.
a. Sachin is not student of my class b. Sachin is in my class
c. Some of my classmates are named Sachin d. none

Abstract reasoning tests show a series of figures arranged in a pattern or sequence and you are
required to identify the missing figure or the next in the sequence. Abstract reasoning tests are
always multiple-choice and have a strict time limit. Because they don't rely on a knowledge of either
English or math they are believed to be the best indicator of general intelligence and your ability to
learn new things quickly.
Example Abstract Reasoning Test Questions

1) Which figure completes the series?

2) Which figure completes the statement?

3) Which figure is the odd one out?

4) Which figure completes the series?

5) Which figure belongs in neither group?

6) Which figure is next in the series?

7) Which figure completes the grid?

The answers to these questions are given at the bottom of the page.

Abstract reasoning tests are of particular value when the job involves dealing with abstract ideas or
concepts. However, because they also provide the best measure of your general intellectual ability
you will usually find some questions of this type whichever particular tests you are given.

These tests are used to select candidates for jobs which involve:
A degree of problem solving
Dealing with complex data
Developing strategies or policies
Performing tasks where initiative is required
Abstract Reasoning assesses your ability to understand complex concepts and assimilate new
information outside of your previous experience. The questions consist of items which require you to
recognize patterns and similarities between shapes and figures. As a measure of reasoning, it is
independent of educational and cultural background and can be used to provide an indication of
intellectual potential.

These types of question are very commonly used in graduate and managerial selection.

There are four sample question papers available to download, each contain 25 questions and has a
suggested time limit of 20 minutes. The questions are presented in Letter/A4 format for easy printing
and self-marking.
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