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LIC AAOs EXAM MODEL PAPER

No. of Questions: 160 Marks: 300 Time: 120 Mnts.

REASONING ABILITY 7. What does code 'ax' stand for in the code lan- three people sit
guage? between the ones who
Directions (Q.1-5): In this questions three likes plum and guava.
1) the 2) to 3) two 4) worlds 5) of
statements followed by two conclusions num- I does not like guava.
8. What is the code for 'different' in the code lan-
bered I and II have been given. You have to E sits third to the left
guage? Directions (Q. 26-30): Study the information
take the given statements to be true even if of L. L does not like pineapple nor peach. K
1) mi 2) ko 3) pt 4) gn 5) dv and answer the given questions.
they seem to be at variance from commonly does not like orange.
known facts and then decide which of the 9. What is the code for 'best' in the code lan- Seven people L, M, N, O, P, Q and R live on
guage? 16. What is the position of the K with respect to separate floors of a 7 - floor building. Ground
given conclusions logically follows from the
the one who likes orange? floor is numbered 1. First floor is numbered 2
given statements disregarding commonly 1) pt 2) ax 3) mi 4) se 5) ko
1) Second to the left 2) Third to the left and so on until the topmost floor is numbered 7.
known facts. 10. What does code 'dh' stand for in the code
language? 3) Third to the right 4) Immediate right P lives on floor number five. Only two people
1. Statements: All keys are bullets.
1) either 'day' or 'win' 5) Second to the right live between P and L. M lives on the floor imme-
Some keys are points.
17. Four of the following five are alike in a cer- diately below N. Only one person lives between
No point is a game. 2) either 'two' or 'worlds' 3) two
tain way based on their seating position in R and Q. R does not live immediately below P.
Conclusions: 4) to 5) the
the given arrangement and so form a group. R does not live on the ground floor.
I. Atleast some bullets are points. Directions (Q. 11-15): Study the following infor-
Which one does not belong to the group? 26. Who lives on the floor immediately above O?
II. All games being keys is a possibility. mation to answer the given questions:
1) G - Guava 2) F - Pineapple 1) P 2) L 3) Q 4) R 5) M
1) Either Conclusion I or II is true P, Q, R, S, T, U and V are sitting in a straight
3) E - Orange 4) J - Grapes 5) K-Mango 27. How many people live between the floors on
2) Only Conclusion I is true line facing north, with equal distance between
18. Who is sitting third to the left of the one who which M and L live?
each other. Each one of them was born on a dif-
3) Only Conclusion II is true likes apple? 1) More than three 2) Four
ferent month of the year viz. January, February,
4) Both Conclusions I and II are true 1) The one who likes mango 2) E 3) Three 4) None 5) Two
March, April, May, June and July but not neces-
5) Neither Conclusion I nor II is true sarily in the same order. 3) The one who likes peach 4) L 28. Which of the following options represents
2. Statements: No sight is a vision. Only one person sits between the one born in 5) J the people living immediately above and
Some visions are aims. June and V. V sits at one of the extreme ends 19. Which of the following statements is true immediately below P respectively?
All aims are objectives. of the line. regarding H? 1) M, O 2) N, O 3) L, Q
Conclusions: Only two people sit between the one born in 1) G sits to the immediate right of H. 4) Q, M 5) M, L
I. All sights being aims is a possibility. June and R. 2) E sits third to the right of H. 29. Who among the following lives on floor num-
II. Atleast some objectives are visions. T sits third to right of the one born in 3) The one who likes pineapple sits second ber four?
1) Neither Conclusion I nor II is true February. Neither V nor R was born in to the right of H. 1) O 2) M 3) N 4) Q 5) R
2) Only Conclusion I is true February. The one born in February is not an 4) H likes peach. 30. If Q and O interchange their places, and so
3) Either Conclusion I or II is true immediate neighbour of V. 5) Only three people sit between H and the do M and R, then how many people would
4) Only Conclusion II is true Q is one of the immediate neighbours of T. one who likes grapes. be there between R and O?
Q was not born in June. 20. How many people are sitting between the 1) More than four 2) Four 3) Two
5) Both Conclusions I and II are true
The one born in July sits to immediate left of one who likes guava and J when counted 4) One 5) None
3. Statements: No sight is a vision.
U. Only one person sits between the ones from the right side of J?
Some visions are aims. born in July and January. QUANTITATIVE APTITUDE
All aims are objectives. 1) More than three 2) Three 3) One
The one born in April sits to immediate right 4) Two 5) None Directions (Q. 31-35): Refer to the line graph
Conclusions: I. No objective is a sight. of P. V was not born in April. The ones born Directions (Q. 21-25): In this questions, rela- and answer the given questions:
II. No vision is an objective. in April and May are not immediate neigh- tionship between different elements is shown Income and expenditure of a businessman
1) Only Conclusion I is true bours of each other. in the statements. These statements are fol- during7 different months.
2) Both Conclusions I and II are true 11. Who amongst the following sits exactly in lowed by two conclusions.
3) Either Conclusion I or II is true the middle of the line? Read both the statements and select the
4) Neither Conclusion I nor II is true 1) S 2) P 3) Q 4) T 5) R appropriate answer.
5) Only Conclusion II is true 12. Who amongst the following represents the 21. Statements: A = P S < R L; T S
4. Statements: No file is a page. immediate neighbours of Q? Conclusions: I. T R II. L > S
No page is a document. 1) The one born in March and S 1) Either conclusion I or II follows
All words are documents. 2) T and the one born in January 2) Neither conclusion I nor II follows
Conclusions: I. No word is a page. 3) R and T 3) Only conclusion II follows
II. Atleast some words are pages. 4) The one who was born in June and U 4) Only conclusion I follows
1) Only Conclusion II is true 5) The ones born in April and May 5) Both conclusions I and II follow Income Expenditure
2) Neither Conclusion I nor II is true 13. Who amongst the following was born in 22. Statements: A = P S < R L; T S
January? Note: i) Profit = Income Expenditure
3) Either Conclusion I or II is true Conclusions I. T = A II. A < L
1) S 2) P 3) V 4) Q 5) T ii) Loss = Expenditure Income
4) Both Conclusions I and II are true 1) Only conclusion I follows
14. How many people are sitting between P and iii) Percent Profit = (Profit/ Expenditure) 100
5) Only Conclusion I is true 2) Only conclusion II follows
the one born in July? iv) Percent Loss = (Loss/ Expenditure) 100
5. Statements: All keys are bullets. 3) Either conclusion I or II follows
1) None 2) Three 3) One 31. What is the percent profit earned by the
Some keys are points. 4) Neither conclusion I nor II follows
4) Four 5) Two businessman in March and July together?
No point is a game. 5) Both conclusions I and II follow
15. In which month was U born? 10 8 7
Conclusions: 1) 90 2) 92 3) 93
1) May 2) March 3) June 23. Statements: U > N < I M; Q < N D 11 11 11
I. All points being bullets is a possibility. Conclusions I. M Q II. M D
4) January 5) February 4 1
II. No game is a bullet. 4) 86 5) 89
Directions (Q. 16-20): Study the given informa- 1) Only conclusion I follows 11 11
1) Either Conclusion I or II is true 2) Neither conclusion I nor II follows
tion carefully and answer the given questions: 32. What is the average profit earned by the
2) Only Conclusion II is true
Eight people - E, F, G, H, I, J, K and L are 3) Only conclusion II follows businessman in February. March, May, June
3) Only Conclusion I is true and July together? (in Rs.Thousand)
sitting around a circular table facing the centre 4) Both conclusions I and II follow
4) Neither Conclusion I nor II is true not necessarily in the same order. Each of them 1) 352 2) 376 3) 346 4) 342 5) 358
5) Either conclusion I or II follows
5) Both Conclusions I and II are true likes a different fruit namely - orange, mango, 24. Statements: U > N < I M; Q < N D 33. In August expenditure of the businessman
Directions (Q. 6-10): Study the information and apple, peach, pineapple, grapes, plum and was same as his expenditure in April. If his
Conclusions: I. I > Q II. U > Q
answer the given questions: guava but not necessarily in the same order. 10
In a certain code language....
1) Only conclusion I follows profit percent in August was 70 . What
The one who likes apple sits fourth to the right 27
2) Either conclusion I or II follows
'best day to win' is written as 'dh ko pt se' of J. Only two people sit between the one who was his income in that particular month? (in
likes apple and I. The one who likes pineapple 3) Only conclusion II follows
'win of the day' is written as 'pt dh mi ax' Rs.Thousand)
sits second to the left of I. H sits to the immedi- 4) Both conclusions I and II follow
'best of two worlds' is written as 1) 940 2) 1020 3) 960 4) 920 5) 880
ate right of the one who likes peach. H likes nei- 5) Neither conclusion I nor II follows
'ax dv se cw' 34. Total profit earned by the businessman in
'the two different worlds' is written as
ther apple nor pineapple. The one who likes 25. Statements: C > R E = T; R < D; T Y
March and June together is what percent
'cw mi dv gn'
peach is not an immediate neighbour of the one Conclusions I. R Y II. Y < D less than the total profit earned by him in
who likes apple. The one who likes peach is not 1) Both conclusions I and II follow
(All the codes are two letter codes) May and July together?
an immediate neighbour of J. J does not like
6. Which of the following possibly means 'two 2) Only conclusion II follows 32 15 1
peach. F sits to the immediate left of K. F does
3) Either conclusion I or II follows 1) 25 2) 27 3) 35
beautiful worlds' in the code language? not like apple. K likes neither peach nor pineap- 43 43 43
1) dv ze cw 2) dv ze se 3) pt cw ax ple. The one who likes grapes sits 4) Neither conclusion I nor II follows 10 10
4) 33 5) 30
4) dv nd mi 5) dv cw pt second to the left of the one likes peach. Only 5) Only conclusion I follows 43 43

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