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No. of Questions: 200 Marks: 200 Time: 2 1/2 Hrs.

IBPS - RRBs Office Assistants Mock Test


1. Four of the following five pairs of alphas and
numerals have same relationship between
their elements as in the case of the pair
PROBLEM: 2948375 and hence form a
group. Which one does not belong to the
group?
1) BORE : 8497 2) MOEP : 59721
3) LBOR : 3849 4) OMEP : 4572
5) EROL : 7943
2. In a certain code 'GROWTH' is written as
HQPVUG and 'FOUR' as GNVQ. How is
'PROBLEMS' written in that code?
1) OQPAMDNR 2) QQNCMDNR
3) QQPAKDNA 4) QQPAMDNR
5) None of these
3. How many such pairs of letters are there in
the word 'CHILDREN' each of which has as
many letters between them in the English
alphabet?
1) 3 2) 5 3) 4 4) 2 5) None
4. Pointing to the lady in the photograph,
Seema said "Her son's father is the son-in-
law of my mother". How is Seema related to
the lady?
1) Sister 2) Mother 3) Cousin
4) Aunt 5) None of these
5. Four of the following five pairs are alike in a
certain way and hence form a group. Which
one does not belong to that group?
1) DONE : NOED 2) WANT : NATW
3) WITH : TIHW 4) JUST : SUTJ
5) HAVE : AVEH
6. Each of the vowels in the word 'MAGNIFY' is
replaced by number '2' and each consonant
is replaced by a number which is the serial
number of that consonant in the word. i.e M
by 1, G by 3 and so on. What is the total of all
the numbers once the replacement is com-
pleted?
1) 25 2) 24 3) 26 4) 22 5) None
Directions (Q. 7-10): Suresh did the home-
work for the five subjects viz., Maths,
English, Physics, Geography and Marathi
within the total available time of continu-
ous six hours.
(i) He took rest (R) for one hour immediate-
ly after the homework of Physics. He had
allotted one hour time for each subject.
(ii) He did the homework of Geography earli-
er than that of Marathi, but not immedi-
ately before.
(iii) He did not begin his homework with either
Maths or Physics.
(iv) He started doing homework of English at
2.00 p.m. i.e. immediately after rest.
(v) There was a gap of two hours between
the hours during which he did homework
of Maths and English.
7. When did he begin homework of Physics?
1) 1.00 p.m 2) 11.00 a.m 3) 12 noon
4) Cannot be determined 5) None
8. How many hours gap there between the
homework of Marathi and Maths?
1) One 2) Two 3) Three 4) Nil 5) None
9. When did he do the homework of Marathi?
1) Immediately before Geography
2) Immediately after Geography
3) Two hours after Geography
4) Cannot be determined 5) None of these
10. Which of the following is the correct state-
ment?
1) He did homework of Geography earlier
than that of English
2) He did homework of Maths in the end
3) He did homework of Maths earlier than
that of Geography
4) He took rest between 12 noon and
1.00 p.m.
5) All are correct
Directions (Q. 11-15): Study the following
information to answer the given questions:
In a certain code 'I was late' is written as
'5 3 4', 'who is late' is written as '1 2 3' and 'who
was there' is written as '8 2 5'.
11. What does '3' stand for?
1) was 2) late 3) I
4) who 5) Either 'late' or 'who'
12. What is the code for 'who'?
1) 2 2) 5 3) 8
4) 4 5) Cannot be determined
13. What is the code for 'there'?
1) 2 2) 5 3) 1 4) 8 5) 4
14. What does '5' stand for?
1) was 2) late 3) there
4) is 5) who
15. Which of the following represent 'there is'?
1) 58 2) 15 3) 28 4) 18 5) 12
Directions (Q. 16-20): In each questions
below two statements are given followed
by two conclusions numbered I and II. You
have to take the two given statements to
be true even if they seem to be at variance
from the commonly known facts and then
decide which of the following from the
given statements disregarding commonly
known facts.
Give answer (1) If only conclusion I follows.
Give answer (2) If only conclusion II follows.
Give answer (3) If either conclusion I or
conclusion II follows.
Give answer (4) if neither conclusion I nor
conclusion II follows.
Give answer (5) If both conclusion I and II
follow.
16. Statements: No tree is chemical.
All trees are plants.
Conclusions: I. All chemicals being
plants is a possibility.
II. All plants being trees is
a possibility.
17. Statements: All roads are narrow.
Some lanes are narrow.
Conclusions: I. All lanes are roads.
II. Some lanes are roads.
18. Statements: Some tubes are pipes.
No pipe is a crane.
Conclusions: I. All cranes being tubes is
a possibility.
II. All tubes being cranes is
a possibility.
19. Statements: Some brown are black.
Some blacks are red.
Conclusions: I. All red are black.
II. There is a possibility that
no red is brown.
20. Statements: All crows are birds.
All birds are creatures.
Conclusions: I. All creatures are crows.
II. There is a possibility
some crows are neither
birds nor creatures.
21. In a class, among the passed students
Neeta is 22
nd
from the top and Kalyan, who
is 5 ranks below Neeta is 34
th
from the bot-
tom. All the students from the class have
appeared for the exam. If the ratio of the
students who passed in the exam to those
who failed is 4 : 1 in that class, how many
students are there in the class?
1) Data inadequate 2) 60 3) 75
4) 90 5) None of these
22. If in a certain code, 'O' is written as 'E', 'A' as
'C', 'M' as 'I', 'S' as 'O', 'N' as 'P', 'E' as 'M', 'I'
as 'A', 'P' as 'N' and 'C' as 'S', then how will
'COMPANIES' be written in that code?
1) SELACPAMO 2) SMINCPAMO
3) SEINCPAMO 4) SEINCPMO
5) None of these
23. If a meaningful
word beginning
with B can be
formed from
'HACEB'. Then the fourth letter of that word
is your answer. If no such word can be
formed, your answer is '5' i.e, 'None of
these'.
1) A 2) C 3) E 4) H 5) None of these
24. In a certain code 'what else can you do for
me Mr. Ajay's' is written as 'You Mr. what
can Ajay else do me for'. How will 'anyone
else who can do such favour to me' be writ-
ten in that code?
1) can to who anyone me else do favour
such
2) can favour anyone who me else do to
such
3) can to anyone who me else do such
favour
4) can to anyone who me do else favour
such
5) None of these
25. If 'STOMP' is coded as 'UVQOR', in the
same code, 'HELPS' will be coded as...
1) JGNRU 2) GJNRU 3) KGNRU
4) JGNSU 5) JGNRV
Directions (Q. 26-29): Following questions
are based on the five three letter words
given below:
PIN ROD DEN SAT FUN
(Note: The words formed after performing the
given operations may not be meaningful
English words.)
26. If all the letters in each of the words are
arranged alphabetically (within the word),
how many words will remain unchanged?
1) One 2) Two 3) Three
4) More than three 5) None
27. According to the English alphabetical series
how many letters between the first letters of
the third word and fifth word?
1) Two 2) One 3) None
4) Three 5) More than three
28. If the first letter of all the words is changed
to the previous letter of the English alpha-
betical series, how many words will have
more than one vowel?
1) One 2) Two 3) Three
4) More than three 5) None
29. If all the vowels (in all the words) are
changed to the next letter of the English
alphabetical series, how many words will
form meaningful English words?
1) One 2) Two 3) Three
4) More than three 5) None
Directions (Q. 30-32): Study the following
information carefully and answer the given
questions. A, B, C, D, E, F, G, and H are sit-
ting around a circular table facing the cen-
tre but not necessarily in the same order.
i) E is sitting third to the right of C.
ii) A is sitting second to the right of E.
iii) D is sitting third to the left of B. Neither B
nor D is an immediate neighbour of A.
iv) G is sitting second to the right of H.
30. Four of the following five are similar in a cer-
tain way based on their seating positions in
the above arrangement and hence form a
group?
1) DF 2) CE 3) BH 4) EA 5) GC
31. What is the position of E with respect to G?
1) Second to the left 2) Immediate left
3) Third to the left 4) Third to the right
5) Second to the right
32. What will come in place of the question
mark (?) according to the above seating
arrangement?
D C B A F ?
1) B 2) A 3) H 4) G 5) D
Directions (Q. 33-36): Study the following
information carefully in the given ques-
tions:
S, T, U, V, W, X, Y, and Z are sitting in a
straight line facing North but not necessarily in
the same order.
i) W is sitting third to the right of V.
ii) S is sitting third to the left of V.
iii) U is sitting fifth to the left of X.
iv) V is an immediate neighbour of U.
v) Z is sitting third to the left of Y.
33. If all the persons are asked to sit in an
alphabetical order from left to right the posi-
tions of how many will remain unchanged?
1) None 2) One 3) Two
4) Three 5) More than three
34. Four of the following five are similar in cer-
tain way based on their seating positions in
the above arrangement and hence form a
group. Which of the following does not
belong to that group?
1) ZS 2) YT 3) XW 4) UY 5) WT
35. Who is sitting exactly between Y and W?
1) X 2) V 3) Z 4) T 5) S
36. What is the position of Z with respect to T?
1) Third to the left 2) Fourth to the right
3) Fourth to the left 4) Third to the right
5) Fifth to the left
37. Ashok started walking towards South. After
walking 50 meter he took a right turn and
walk thirty meter. He then took a right turn
and walk 100 meter. He again took a right
turn and walk 30 meter and stop. How far
and which direction was he from the starting
point?
1) 50 meter South 2) 150 meter North
3) 180 meter East 4) 50 meter North
5) None
38. How many meaningful English words can
be made with the letters DLEI using each
only once in each word?
1) None 2) 1 3) 2
4) 3 5) More than three
39. In a certain code TEMPORAL is written as
OLDSMBSP. How is CONSIDER written in
that code?
1) RMNBSFEJ 2) BNMRSFEJ
3) RMNBJEFS 4) TOPDQDCH 5) None
40. Anshu correctly remembers that her moth-
er's birthday is before 23
rd
of April but after
19
th
of April, where as her sister correctly
remembers that their mother's birthday is
not on or after 22
nd
of April. On which day in
April is definitely their mother's birthday?
1) 20
th
2) 21
st
3) 20
th
or 21
st
4) Can't be determined 5) None
Directions (Q. 41-55): What will come in
place of the question mark (?) in the fol-
lowing questions?
41. 432.8 + (3.3)
2
+ 57.8 = (?)
2
+ 276.49
1)

15 2) 16 3) 12
4) 13 5) 15
42. 62 1264 79 = ? + 456
1) 464 2) 564 3) 536 4) 456 5) None
43. (0.8)
3
(0.64)
4
(0.512)
3
= (0.8)
?5
1) 8 2) 7 3) 6 4) 5 5) None

44. 306.25 196 = ? 123
1) 126 2) 122 3) 368 4) 362 5) None
45. (23)
2
(4)
3
+ 286 (5)
2
= ?
1) 476.44 2) 452.34 3) 458.64
4) 474.54 5) None of these
46. 34.5% of 640 + 26% of 150 = ? + 189
1) 70.6 2) 68.2 3) 72.8 4) 70.2 5) None
Reasoning
Numerical Ability