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# INFOSYS TEST -I

Directions (Q. 1-4): Study the following information carefully and answer the
questions given below it:
(i)

An examination was held during the two weeks of January – Sunday the 3 rd to Saturday
the 16th.

(ii)

There was one paper each for the six subjects, viz., Physics, Chemistry, Biology,
Mathematics, English and Hindi. There was not more than one paper on any day.

(iii) No paper was held on Saturdays and Sundays and the National Holiday on 5 th. Only
three papers were there in a week.
(iv) Chemistry was before Biology and Mathematics was on the next day of Hindi.
(v)

The days on which the papers of Biology and Mathematics were held were the same
while those for Physics and Chemistry were also the same.

(vi) There was no paper for three days between Physics and the paper before it.
(vii) Papers of Hindi and English were on Tuesday and Thursday respectively.
(viii) There was at least a gap of one day between any two science papers.
1.

Which of the following groups of papers was held in the first week?
1) Biology, Chemistry and English

2) Biology and Chemistry only

3) Hindi, Mathematics and Physics

4) Chemistry, Biology and Hindi

5) None of these
2.

3.

Which of the following papers was held on 4th?
1) Chemistry

2) English

4) Mathematics

5) No paper

If by rearrangement Mathematics was held on 15th, how many days' gap would be
there between Physics and Mathematics?
1) One

4.

2) Two

3) Three

4) Four

5) None of these

How many days' gap was there between Chemistry and English?
1) One

5.

3) Physics

2) Two

3) Three

4) Four

5) None of these

In a row of students, Ramesh is 12 th from the left and Kashi is 17 th from the right.
When Ramesh and Kashi interchange their positions Kashi becomes 27th from the
right. How many students are there between Kashi and Ramesh?
1) 9

2) 12

3) 7

4) 10

5) None of these

4) EFOLDS6 #*=?@£ 1) HSOKFNA 9. your answer is (5). = \$ @ ?.6-10): Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below it: Symbols are to be coded as follows: Symbol @ \$ # * % £ +  = ? Code F R H S E A D N O K While coding the following conditions are to be observed: (i) If the middle symbol is £ then it is to be coded as L. you have to find out the correct code for the symbols in each question given below. i. %@=£+*\$ 1) 4FOLDS4 7. 2) EFOLDSR If it is possible to make a meaningful word from the codes of the symbols. (iv) If the first and the last symbols are @ then both are to be coded as 2. (ii) If the first symbol is + and the last symbol is # both are to be coded as 6. You have to examine each inference separately in the context of the passage and decide upon its degree of truth or falsity. 1) F 2) R 3) O 4) W 5) None of these Directions (Q. Applying these conditions.Directions (Q. . 5) None of these 2) 64NAN46 3) DENLNRH 4) EFOLDS6 5) None of these 2) HSOFKNA 3) HSDKFNA 4) RSOFKNA 5) None of these 2) 2FEOSD2 3) FFEOSDR 4) FEFOSDR 5) None of these @@%=*+\$ 1) 22EOSDR 10. If no such word can be formed W is your answer. If none of the code is correct. (iii) If the first symbol is % and the last symbol is \$ then both are to be coded as 4.' 6.e. 'None of these. 11-15): Given below is a passage followed by several possible inferences which can be drawn from the facts stated in the passage. then the last letter of that word is your answer. 3) 4FOADS4 +%£\$# 1) 63NANR6 8.

5 per cent of its total area under forest. IV.5 per cent of the total area of Gujarat. 4) If you think the inference is 'probably false' though not 'definitely false' in the light of the facts given.16-20): In each of the questions below are given three statements followed by four conclusions numbered I. Directions (Q. All vegetables are pulses. All vegetables are grains 1) Only I and II follow 2) Only II follows 4) Only II and IV follow 5) None of these 3) Only I and IV follow . Denuded of thick forests. II. There is thick forest in 8. The state government has imposed a total ban on cutting of trees for five years from this year. if properly follows from the statement of facts given. 16. Gujarat has hardly 8. Some grains are vegetables. 13. 11.000 hectares of forest land by the Narmada project has led to nationwide strong protest. III. Gujarat is the first state in India to impose a total ban on cutting of trees. c) All pulses are vegetables. for instance. You have to take the given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance with commonly known facts. II. b) All vegetables are fruits.e. Read all the conclusions and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows from the given statements disregarding commonly known facts. 12. it cannot possibly be drawn from the facts given or it contradicts the given facts. 5) If you think the inference is 'definitely false'. ie. Of this a considerable portion is covered by wild grass and marshes. Conclusions : I.e.Mark answer 1) If you think the inference is 'definitely true'. III and IV. The imminent destruction of over 40. 2) If you think the inference is 'probably true' though not 'definitely true' in the light of the facts given. from the facts given you cannot say whether the inference is likely to be true or false. People in Gujarat are quite conscious of the need of conservation of forests. 15. fauna have disappeared from many places. Mandvi. Statements : a) Some grains are pulses. that its share of panthers once. 14. i. All fruits are grains. i. A dam on the Narmada river is planned. Once there was thick forest in Mandvi. 3) If you think the 'data are inadequate'.

III. Conclusions : I. Some numbers are graphs. All graphs are numbers. b. Some yachts are ships. Some submarines are boats.17. b. All letters are numbers. 1) All follow 2) Only II and III follow 4) Only either III or IV follows 18. 1) Only I follows 2) Only II and III follow 4) Only either III or IV follows 20. Statements : 3) Only I and III follow a. All folders are boxes. III. Some pilots are engineers. Some submarines are ships. Some engineers are doctors. IV. c. 1) Only I follows 2) Only II follows 4) Only III follows 5) None of these 19. Statements : 5) None of these a. Conclusions : I. All pilots are doctors Conclusions : I. III. Conclusions : I. IV. II. II. b. All folders are drawers. IV. All sheets are graphs. All boxes are drawers. No pilot is an engineer. c) Some submarines are yachts. No engineer is a pilot c. c. 3) Only I and III follow . All doctors are pilots. III. Most doctors are engineers. All files are drawers. II. All sheets are numbers. Some sheets are letters. Some graphs are letters. Some yachts are boats. All fines are folders. Statements : 3) Only III follows 5) None of these a. Statements: a) Some ships are boats b) All boats are submarines. All boxes are files. II.

4) p 5) k 3) One If every third letter starting from the left is replaced by a number beginning with 1 then which letter/number will be 16th from the right? 2) 4 3) 6 4) 7 5) None of these How many 'p''s are there each of which is immediately preceded by 'r' but not immediately followed by 'q'? 1) Three 2) Four 4) Five 5) None of these 3) Two Insert 'g' after every fifth letter in the above series.21-25): Study the following series carefully and answer the questions given below it: prp qrp prr pqr qrp rpr qqr rpr qpr qrr qpr qpr 21. Then insert 'n. 1) Three 2) Two 4) Four 5) None of these 27. He again turned to his right and walked another 15 km. All drawers are folders. Now which letter will be 6th to the left of 20th letter from the right? 1) n 26. 3) q How many 'q''s are neither immediately preceded by 'r' nor immediately followed by 'p'? 1) q 24. He walked a distance of 5 km and then turned to his right and walked 10 km. 23. 2) c 2) q 3) 4 4) g 5) p Arjun started walking towards East. If every alternate 'p' is replaced by 'c' and every alternate 'r' is replaced by 'k' then which will be the 13th letter to the right of the second letter from the left? 1) 4 22. 25. In which direction is he is in relation to his starting point? 1) South 2) South-East 4) South-West 5) None of these 3) North-West Ahmed is standing to the West of Amit and North of Rachna and Satish is to the East of Rachna and South of Samir. after every third letter in this revised series. 1) Only I and II follow 2) Only I and III follow 4) All follow 5) None of these 3) Only II and III follow Directions (Q. Then he turned to his left and walked 5 km.IV. Satish is in which direction from Amit? 1) West 2) South-West 4) South-East 5) None of these 3) South .

3) Advocate If the Pilot does not have any child. 36. The clerk may not inform his late coming unless instructed. who is the Housewife. R. (ix) There are three married couples in the family. R. RN. then who is Pilot? 1) L 39. Statement: "Give this packet to Mr. M. RN. Assumptions: I. which is the set of three couples? 1) ML. (v) N. If Q is the grandfather of the Pilot. Q. In case you are likely to be late inform me" – Mr. 'X' at his residence and return immediately. what is his daughter-in-law's profession? 1) Journalist 2) Doctor 4) Cannot be determined 5) None of these If O is the Pilot and the Journalist is not a female then P's profession is 1) Journalist 2) Doctor 4) Cannot be determined 5) None of these 40. II. 'A' tells his clerk. (ii) They are L. P 4) Either 2 or 3 5) None of these 3) L. R If P's mother is the Architect. 37. A's instructions. 3) Advocate 2) N 3) P 4) Either 1 or 3 5) None of these Which of the following is a group of male members? 1) O. M. Who is the tallest person in the group? 1) Chetan 2) Dimple 4) Asha 5) None of these 3) Esha Directions (Q. (vii) There is one Architect. N. ML. QN 4) Cannot be determined 5) None of these 3) QO. one Pilot and one Journalists in the family.34. Dimple is taller than Esha who is taller than Chetan. PL . is daughter-in-law of O. 38. (iv) Q is the paternal grandfather of P and is a Doctor. O. (iii) M is a Businessman and father of P. (viii) N is not P's mother. (vi) R is P's uncle and is an Advocate. P. M. The clerk may not obey Mr. 35. Q and R. Asha is taller than Babu but shorter than Chetan. M 2) Q. QO 2) RO. P. 36-40): Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below it: (i) There are seven members – four men and three women in a family.

42.t. of students qualified from state 'B' in 1998 was 50% more than that from state 'A' in 1999. those appeared from six states over the years in a competitive exam.r. 44. of appeared students from 'F' was 400 more than that from state 'D'? 1) 3520 2) 2750 4) Can't be determined 5) None of these 3) 3250 If the no.Directions (Q. of students appeared from each of the given states in the year 2000 was 2000. what was the ratio of students appeared in state 'B' in 1998 to that in state 'A' in 1999? 1) 1:1 2) 3:4 4) 2:3 5) None of these 3) 4:3 If the no. How many students qualified from state 'F' in that year if the no. 45. In the year 2003. State  Year A B C D E F 1998 25 42 32 34 26 18 1999 28 34 30 22 29 32 2000 32 35 30 22 32 35 2001 26 28 34 26 28 40 2002 40 26 28 30 34 30 2003 32 25 20 32 40 25 41. as many as 12000 students appeared from state 'C'. what was the total number of students qualified from all the states? 1) 3920 2) 3720 4) 1860 5) None of these 3) 1960 If the numbers of students qualified from state 'P' in 2001 and 2002 were in the ratio of 2:1 respectively. what was the respective ratio of students appeared in these years from state 'F'? 1) 3:8 2) 8:3 4) Can't be determined 5) None of these 3) 3:2 In the year 2001. a total of 22400 students appeared from state 'D' and 'F' together.41-45): Study the following table carefully and answer the questions given below: Percentage of students qualified w. 43. How many students were declared qualified from this state in the year 2002? 1) 4080 2) 3360 4) Can't be determined 5) None of these 3) 408 .