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1. If ROBUST is coded as QNATRS in a certain language, which word would be coded as ZXCMP?

A.YWBLO

B.YYBNO

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C.AWDLQ

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D.AYDNQ

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Answer: D

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Solution:

Each letter of the word is one step ahead of the corresponding letter of the code.

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2. Each question given has a problem and two statements numbered 1 and 2 giving certain information.

You have to decide if the information given in the statements is sufficient for answering the problem.

Indicate your answer A.Statement 1 alone is sufficient, but statement 2 alone is not sufficient to answer

the question B.Statement 2 alone is sufficient but statement 1 alone is not sufficient to answer the

question C.Both statement taken together are sufficient to answer the question, but neither statement

alone is sufficient. D.Each statement alone is sufficient E.Statements 1 and 2 together are not sufficient,

and additional data is needed to answer the question. What is the ratio of male to female officers in

the police force in town? 1 The number of female officers is 250 less the half the number of male

officers 2The number of female officers 1/7 the number of male officers

A.statement 1 alone is sufficient, but statement 2 alone is not sufficient to answer the question

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B.statement 2 alone is sufficient, but statement 1 alone is not sufficient to answer the question

C.both statements taken together are sufficient to answer the question, but neither statement alone is

sufficient

Answer: B

Solution:

To get the ratio we need total numbers male to total numbers female. There is not enough information

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in (1), so A and D cannot be correct. A ratio is just a fraction, so if we have the fraction of female officers

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we have the ratio (assuming that all officers have to be either male or female!!!). So the answer is B.

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3. What is the value of n? 1.3n + 2m = 18 2.n – m = 2n – (4 + m)

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A.statement 1 alone is sufficient, but statement 2 alone is not sufficient to answer the question

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B.Should have chose statement 2 alone is sufficient, but statement 1 alone is not sufficient to answer

the question

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C.both statements taken together are sufficient to answer the question, but neither statement alone is

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Answer: B

Solution:

Statement (1) can have a variety of solutions (n could be 2, or 4 or a fractional number or negative etc.

etc.), so the answer cannot be A or D. Looking at (2) on its own we should at least take out the brackets

before we decide whether or not it can be solved. So we get n – m = 2n - 4 – m and then we can add m

to both sides to give n = 2n – 4. In other words we have solved the equation (n = 4) and the answer is B.

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4. How long did it take Henry to drive to work last Wednesday? (He did not stop on the way). 1.If he had

driven twice as fast he would have taken 35 minutes. 2.His average speed was 30 miles per hour.

A.statement 1 alone is sufficient, but statement 2 alone is not sufficient to answer the question

B.statement 2 alone is sufficient, but statement 1 alone is not sufficient to answer the question

C.both statements taken together are sufficient to answer the question, but neither statement alone is

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Answer: A

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Don’t overcomplicate this one! From statement (1) we can directly say that if he had driven at his

normal speed he would have taken twice the time (i.e. 70 minutes). So the answer must be A or D.

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Looking at (2) alone we have speed but not distance and so we cannot get time. The answer is A.

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5. What is the slope of line l which passes through the origin of a rectangular coordinate system? 1.The

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line does not intersect with the line y = x + 2 2.The line passes through the point (3,3)

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A.statement 1 alone is sufficient, but statement 2 alone is not sufficient to answer the question

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B.statement 2 alone is sufficient, but statement 1 alone is not sufficient to answer the question

C.both statements taken together are sufficient to answer the question, but neither statement alone is

sufficient

Answer: D

Solution:

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If a straight line passes through the origin we only need one other point to fix the line. And so we should

note that (2) gives us one point and the answer must be B or D. Considering (1) alone, if two lines do not

intersect, they must be parallel (have the same slopes). In the equation for a straight line y = mx + c, m is

the slope. In this case m = 1 and we have answered the question. The answer is D.

6. If x and y are both positive integers, how much greater is x than y ? 1.x + y = 20 2.x = y²

A.statement 1 alone is sufficient, but statement 2 alone is not sufficient to answer the question

B.statement 2 alone is sufficient, but statement 1 alone is not sufficient to answer the question

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C.both statements taken together are sufficient to answer the question, but neither statement alone is

sufficient

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D.each statement alone is sufficient

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Answer: C

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Solution:

Considering (1) alone, there are many pairs of positive integers that fit the equation (19 and 1; 18 and 2

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etc.) and so the answer cannot be A or D. Considering (2) alone there are many pairs of numbers that fit

the expression (1,1; 4, 2; 16,4 etc.) and so the answer cannot be B. Putting the information together we

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can solve the problem. First we can get x = 20-y from (1) which we can substitute in the rearranged form

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of (2): that is 0 = y² – x to give the quadratic expression 0 = y² – 20 + y. Solving this (no need to bother)

will give two solutions but only one will be positive, so the answer is C.

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7. Fifty percent of the articles in a certain magazine are written by staff members. Sixty percent of the

articles are on current affairs. If 75 percent of the articles on current affairs are written by staff

members with more than 5 years experience of journalism, how many of the articles on current affairs

are written by staff members with more than 5 years experience? 1.20 articles are written by staff

members. 2.Of the articles on topics other than current affairs, 50 percent are by staff members with

less than 5 years experience.

A.statement 1 alone is sufficient, but statement 2 alone is not sufficient to answer the question

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B.statement 2 alone is sufficient, but statement 1 alone is not sufficient to answer the question

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Answer: A

Solution:

There is only one item of information in (1), but we can combine it with the given information to find

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that the total number of articles is 40. Further we can see that 24 are on current affairs, of which 18 are

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by experienced staff members. So the answer must be A or D. Ignoring (1), we can see that the

information in (2) gives us a fraction and not a number and no amount of trying will get us one definite

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number from which we can find a discrete answer. Hence the answer is A.

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8. Is xy > 0 ? 1.x/y < 0 2.x + y < 0

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A.statement 1 alone is sufficient, but statement 2 alone is not sufficient to answer the question

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B.statement 2 alone is sufficient, but statement 1 alone is not sufficient to answer the question

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C.both statements taken together are sufficient to answer the question, but neither statement alone is

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sufficient

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Answer: A

Solution:

If xy is greater than zero, then either both x and y must be negative, or both must be positive. In

statement (1) we have x/y shown as a negative fraction, so either x or y (but not both) must be negative.

Hence xy cannot be positive. Since we have a definite solution, the answer must be A or D. Looking at (2)

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alone, we can see that x and y could both be negative, but it is also possible that one could be negative

and the other positive depending on the absolute values of the numbers. Hence the answer is A.

9. One number, n, is selected at random from a set of 10 integers. What is the probability that ½ n + 13 =

0 ? 1.The largest integer in the set is 13. 2.The arithmetic mean of the set is zero.

A.statement 1 alone is sufficient, but statement 2 alone is not sufficient to answer the question

B.statement 2 alone is sufficient, but statement 1 alone is not sufficient to answer the question

C.both statements taken together are sufficient to answer the question, but neither statement alone is

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sufficient

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D.each statement alone is sufficient

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E.statements 1 and 2 together are not sufficient, and additional data is needed to answer the question

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Answer: E

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Solution:

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Statement (1) alone tells us the largest number in the set. If that happened to be the number picked,

then we would be certain that ½ n + 13 was not less than or equal to zero. However, we have

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insufficient information on the other numbers in the set. (If for example -26 was in the set, and the

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number picked happened to be -26, then we are certain that the value of the expression would be zero.)

And so the answer cannot be A or D. From (2) alone we know that some of the numbers must be

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positive and some negative, but once again, we have no information on the actual numbers. (Do not

assume that the smallest number has to be -13). Thus B cannot be the answer. Combining the

information is also not sufficient to get the answer because we do not know what the smallest number

is. The answer is E.

A.statement 1 alone is sufficient, but statement 2 alone is not sufficient to answer the question

B.statement 2 alone is sufficient, but statement 1 alone is not sufficient to answer the question

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sufficient

Answer: B

Solution:

If w happened to be 1, then 3w would be an odd number, but we can pick a fraction such as 5/3 for w

which also makes 3w an odd number. So the answer cannot be A or D. However, in statement (2) we are

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told that twice the number is even. All even numbers when divided by 2 will give us whole numbers, and

so the answer is B.

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11. A piece of string 1½ meters long is cut into three pieces. What is the length of each of the pieces?

1.The length of one of the pieces is 20 cm. 2.The sum of the lengths of two of the pieces is equal to the

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length of the third piece.

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A.statement 1 alone is sufficient, but statement 2 alone is not sufficient to answer the question

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B.statement 2 alone is sufficient, but statement 1 alone is not sufficient to answer the question

C.both statements taken together are sufficient to answer the question, but neither statement alone is

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Answer: C

Solution:

Considering statement (1) we cannot get information on the other two parts of the string. Thus the

answer cannot be A or D. From (2) we can write the equation x + y =z, and we know that x + y + z = 150,

but we cannot get any further, and so the answer cannot be B. Now if we take the information in both

statements we can see that 20cm cannot be the length of the longest piece (z) and so in our equations

we can call it x or y. Now our equations can be solved because we have two equations and two

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unknowns. (x + 20 = z; and x + 20 + z =150. hence x + 20 + x + 20 =150, and x = 55). There was no need to

solve. Also we should have spotted that since x + y is equal to z,then z is half the string (75cm) and x + y

is the other half, so once we have either x or y, we have the solution. Hence answer C

12. There are 120 saplings to be planted in an orchard. Ben and Sue working together without a break

can complete the job in six hours. How long would it take Ben working alone to complete the job? 1.Sue

plants 3 saplings in the time it takes Ben to plant 2. 2.Sue working alone would take 10 hours to do the

job.

A.statement 1 alone is sufficient, but statement 2 alone is not sufficient to answer the question

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B.statement 2 alone is sufficient, but statement 1 alone is not sufficient to answer the question

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sufficient

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Answer: D

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Solution:

From (1) we know how much faster Sue works than Ben does. So we know that of the 120 saplings 48

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would be planted by Ben and 72 by Sue. So we know that Ben plants 48/6 = 8 saplings per hour and we

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can work out how long it would take for 120. Hence the answer must be A or D. From statement (2) we

can get the fraction of the job that Sue does per hour and hence the fraction of the job that she did in six

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hours. Hence we can work out how much of the job Ben did in six hours, and the fraction he would do

per hour. Thus we can get the time it would take him alone. And so the answer is D.

13. The defending champion justified his top ........ by clinching the titile

A.skill

B.form

C.technique

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D.billing

Answer: D

14. We must ...... our students on subjects like health and sanitation besides the usual subjects

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D.educate

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15. The following questions consist of three words two of which have a certain relationship to each

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other, followed by four words. Select the word that has the same relationship as the original pair of

words. Cub : Lion :: Colt : ?

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A.Doe

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B.Stag

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C.Leopard

D.Stallion

Answer: D

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A.Thresh

B.Sift

C.Pry

D.Rinse

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Answer: B

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A.Duck

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B.Donkey

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D.Deer

Answer: D

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18. A woman introduces a man as the son of the brother of her mother. How is the man related to the

woman?

A.Nephew

B.Son

C.Cousin

D.Uncle

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19. A man said to a lady, “Your mother’s husband’s sister is my aunt.” How is the lady related to the

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man?

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A.Daughter

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B.Grand Daughter

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C.Mother

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D.Sister

Answer: D

Solution:

Your mother’s husband – Your father; Your father’s sister –Your aunt. So, lady’s aunt is man’s aunt and

therefore lady is man’s sister.

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20. If Neena says, “Anita’s father Raman is the only son of my father-in-law Mahipal”, then how is Bindu,

who is the sister of Anitha, related to Mahipal?

A.Niece

B.Daughter

C.Grand daughter

D.Daughter-in-law

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Only son of Neena’s father-in-law Mahipal – Neena’s husband. So, Raman is Neena’s husband and Anita

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and Bindu are his daughters. Thus, Bindu is the grand daughter of Mahipal.

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21. If in a certain language, CHAMPION is coded as HCMAIPNO, how is NEGATIVE coded in that code?

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A.ENAGITEV

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B.NEAGVEIT

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C.MGAETVIE

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D.EGAITEVN

Answer: A

Solution:

The letters of the word are reversed in order, taking two at a time, to obtain the code.

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22. If in a certain language, POPULAR is coded as QPQVMBS, which word would be coded as GBNPVT?

A.FAMOUS

B.FASOUM

C.FOSAUM

D.FASAUM

Answer: A

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Each letter of the word is one step behind the corresponding letter of the code.

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23. Read each sentence to find if there is any grammatical error in it.(Disregard punctuation errors if

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any) The major(A) / along with(B) / his soldiers(C) / were killed in the field(D)

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A.A

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B.B

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D.D

Answer: D

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A.A

B.B

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Answer: B

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Solution:

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had begun in place of began

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25. I believe(A) / that respect (B) / is more preferable than (C) / money(D)

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Answer: C

Solution:

'preferable to ' in place of 'more preferable than' . ' preferable ' is word indicating a comparative sense

and thus is more superflous. Secondly ' prefer ' is followed by 'to'.

26. Read the passage and answer the question given below it. Accidents on roads can be prevented,

provided the quality of roads is improved and the drivers are instructed in safety rules which they must

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follow for their own protection. It is also necessary that the illumination on the roads is adequate so as

to prevent accidents at night. 41. This paragraph best supports the statement that

Answer: C

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The answer for this is ‘c’ , which is the central idea in the given passage.

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27. It is not luck but labour that makes man. Luck, says an American Writer, is ever waiting for

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something to turn up; labour with keen eyes and strong will always turns up something. Luck lies in bed

andwishes the postman would bring him news of legacy ; labour turns out at sixand with busy pen

ringing hammer lays the foundation of competence . Luck whines, labour watches. Luck slips downwards

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to self-indulgence; labour strides upwards and aspires to independence. The conviction therefore, is

extending that diligence is the mother of good luck. In other words that a man's success in life will be

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proportionate to his efforts, to hisindustry, to his attention to small things. 42.Which one of the

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C.Luck waits and complains without working while labour achieves although it complains

Answer: D

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Solution:

It can be derived through inference .Elimination will also help. (a) and (b) are eliminated easily on the

basis of information . c) and d) are of a general nature, but you may come to the right conclusion by

arguing that labour is not always selfless. One does hard labour for a purpose. Again, remember the

general hint that you should prefer choice in such cases which includes the largest possibility.

28. Which one of the following words in the passage indicate that the writer does not ultimately reject

the element of luck?

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B.' Luck whines'

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C.Diligence is the mother of good luck

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Answer: C

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Solution:

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The answer can be arrives at by simple inference. This is the implication of the passage as well.

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29. Which of the following statements is true about the following passage?

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Answer: D

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Solution:

30. '...... Labour turns out at six and with busy pen ringing hammer lays the foundation of competence '.

what does this statement mean?

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C.The writer and the labourer are the true eyes of the society.

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D.There is no worker who works so hard as the labourer who begins his day at six in the morning.

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Answer: A

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Solution:

The information given in the middle of the passage and simple inference will help. The reference to both

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pen and hammer implies that the meaning here includes all kinds of work. The pen stands for mental

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1. Choose the correct alternative that will continue the same pattern and fill in the blank spaces:

0, 2, 8, 14, (....), 34

A. 24

B. 22

C. 20

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D. 18

Answer: Option A

2. Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions:

A word and number arrangement machine when given an input line of words and numbers rearranges

them following a particular rule in each step. The following is an illustration of input and rearrangement:

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Step II: 550 345 280 36 93 147 25

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Step III: 550 345 280 147 93 36 25

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This is the final arrangement and step III is the last step for this input.

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Which of the following is the last step for the following input?

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Answer: Option B

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The largest of the given number interchanges its place with the first number. IN case the largest number

is already arranged, the second largest is interchanged with the number next to the largest number, and

so on until the numbers are arranged in descending order.

3. Cause: The forest department has found several deadly tiger traps in the forests which fall under

Maharashtra tiger reserve. These traps are usually laid by African nomads.

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A. The local people and the officials may be alerted of movements of African nationals who look

different by their wears and traits.

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B. A fencing may be constructed all around the reserve.

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D. The government may send army personnel to comb the place to find if there are more such traps.

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Answer: Option A

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Since the traps are identified as the ones laid by Africa nomads, it becomes easy to catch them because

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they look different from the local people. By alerting the local people and the Forest department

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officials the culprits can be caught. This is a possible effect. Hence, (a) is a possible effect.

Constructing a fence around the reserve is not practically possible. Hence, (b) is not a possible effect.

Catching the tigers in open forests and shifting them to zoos is not practically possible. Hence, (c) is not a

possible effect.

Armed personnel are not required to search for traps. Hence, (d) is not a possible effect.

There are many African nations. Since the nationality of the people who laid these traps is not known

choice (e) is not a possible effect.

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4. Statement:

"'Music Loving Club' has announced a wide variety of programmes by the visiting musicians." - An

advertisement.

Assumptions:

I. A large number of people are interested to get entertainment through the programme.

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D. If neither I nor II is implicit

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Solution:

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Why has the club announced a wide variety of music programmes by the visiting musicians? The

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organisers must be assuming that the musicians may be able to play a variety of programmes to interest

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the people. Besides this, they must be assuming also that the programme will attract audience. Thus,

both I and II are implicit.

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5. It may prudent to bear with a small harm for a greater benefit. Problem arises when the harm has the

power to endanger future generations. Research has consistently shown that frequent exposure X-rays

can cause cells in human body to be destroyed or mutated, apart from this it can cause damage to DNA

cell structure, a bane that could be passed down for generations. Doctors, unmindful of such

consequences, subject the patients to exposure to X-rays, even in the cases in which it can be avoided.

Which of the following can be concluded/ inferred from the above passage?

A. Doctors think of other consequences of the treatment they provide to the patients.

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E. None of these

Answer: Option E

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From the passage it is clear that the doctors do not think of using the X-ray machines. Hence, (A) cannot

be concluded. The context of the passage is not about the number of hospitals that use X-ray machines.

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Similarly, (C) is also out of context. The passage is not referring to availability of alternatives to X-rays or

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otherwise. Hence, (D) cannot be concluded.

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6. Statement:

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The employees association has appealed to the Managers of Company 'S' to introduce written

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Assumptions:

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I. So far the company 'S' used to select candidates with out conducting a written examination.

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A. Only I and II

C. Only II

Answer: Option A

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Solution:

To appeal to start the written examination clearly hints about assumption I. Employees association

assumes II that is why they have appealed so.

A. Court

B. Punishment

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C. Lawyer

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Answer: Option D

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Solution:

The function of a doctor is to diagonise to disease and that of a judge is to give judgement.

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8. (A) The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) announced the launch of the Indian Premier

league.

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(B) The Indian Cricket League which was formed recently (in opposition to the BCCI) was the first to

launch a premier league.

D. if both the statements (A) and (B) are effects of independent causes.

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Answer: Option B

Solution:

As the Indian Cricket League in opposition to BCCI and was the first to launch the premier league, its

competitor BCCI also announced their premier league. So, B is the cause and A is its effect.

9. Statement:

Many youngsters are addicted to social network sites on the internet. This has become a major cause of

concern as these youngsters are not paying attention to their studies.

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Which of the following steps should the parents of such youngsters take to rid these youngsters of the

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addiction?

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A. Children should be counselled to make them understand the problems that they would face in future

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if they neglect their studies.

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Answer: Option A

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Solution:

The problem to be solved is to divert the youngsters from too much of indulgence in social networking

to studies.

Choice (a) helps in reducing the problem as it can make some of those youngsters to understand and

rectify themselves. Hence, (a) is a proper step.

Banning of social network is an extreme step. Moreover it is not that social networking is bad by it self.

Hence, (b) is not a proper step to be taken.

Internet also helps youngsters to learn many useful things. Hence, (c) is not a proper step to be taken.

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Choice (d) does not specify how yoga is going to divert the youngsters from social networking to studies.

Hence, (d) is not a proper step to be taken.

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B. false

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C. uncertain

D. None

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Answer: Option A

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Joe is younger than Kathy and older than Mark, so Mark must be younger than Kathy.

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11. 8 16 16 14

13 11 12 144

What is the difference between the resultant of the first set of number and the second set of numbers?

A. 222

B. 210

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C. 118

D. None of these

Answer: Option D

2. 13 11 4

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12. You are playing football in a park. When you kick the ball, it strikes and breaks the window pane of a

nearby house. You would:

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A. demand your ball back from the house owner.

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B. say that it was no fault of yours.

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Answer: Option D

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A. cut

B. burn

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C. nuisance

D. hurt

Answer: Option D

Solution:

Pain is suffering or hurt, so choice d is the essential element. Without hurt, there is no pain. A cut

(choice a) or a burn (choice b) may cause pain, but so do many other types of injury. A nuisance (choice

c) is an annoyance that may or may not cause pain.

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14. Statement:

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Devotees in the pilgrimage places are much disturbed by the loud noise made by the loud speakers and

tape records played in the premises of temple streets.

aj

Courses of Action:

di

llin

II. All those, who make noise by using any of the means, should be strictly warned by the government to

adhere to the permissible sound levels, or else face punishment.

.a

w

w

A. Only I follows

w

B. Only II follows

Answer: Option B

Solution:

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Here the problem is loud noise made by loud speakers and tape records. Hence, course of action I and II

do not follow.

Course of action III is a possible course of action, and this will help to reduce the loud noise to a

permissible limit.

A. EUAGLP

B. EUGLAP

in

C. EUGALP

s.

D. EULAGP

ob

aj

Ans. C

di

llin

.a

w

w

A. simple

w

B. negative

C. complex

D. compound

Answer: Option D

2. Our cottage by the sea offers many days of relaxation with warm sunshine and soothing ______.

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A. zephyrs

B. dervishes

C. stanchions

D. ebbs

E. torques

Answer: Option A

in

s.

Solution:

ob

A zephyr is a soft, gentle breeze; a breeze that blows from the west.

aj

Choose the correct Antonyms:

di

llin

3. WILY

.a

w

A. twisted

w

B. cunning

w

C. irrational

D. guileless

Answer: Option D

Solution:

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A. Busisness

B. Business

C. Buisiness

D. Bussiness

in

Answer: Option B

s.

ob

5. We should travel ________ night, as it will be cooler.

aj

A. in

di

B. at

llin

C. with

.a

D. by

w

w

Answer: Option A

w

A. simple present

B. simple past

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C. present continuous

D. past continuous

Answer: Option C

in

B. Has been working

s.

C. Was working

ob

D. Am working aj

Answer: Option A

di

llin

Solution:

.a

w

w

w

A. RPQS

B. SPQR

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C. PRQS

D. PQSR

Answer: Option C

9. ALTRUISM

A. misery

in

B. indifference

s.

C. veracity

ob

D. generosity aj

Answer: Option D

di

llin

Solution:

.a

w

w

10. Engineers have made ships that can sail ________ the sea and fly __________ the air.

w

A. along, above

B. on, in

C. over, into

D. upon, through

Answer: Option B

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11. DEXTEROUS

A. adroit

B. avaricious

C. insightful

D. assiduous

in

Answer: Option A

s.

ob

Solution:

aj

di

12. The local high school issued a ______ on field trips until the bus was repaired; then traveling could

llin

begin again.

.a

A. indispensability

w

w

B. divergence

w

C. moratorium

D. subjection

Answer: Option C

Solution:

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13. Not swayed by his student’s ______ flattery, the professor told him that his grade would not be

changed.

A. forlorn

B. striated

C. undulating

D. unctuous

Answer: Option D

in

s.

Solution:

ob

Unctuous (adj.) means characterized by insincere earnestness; oily or fatty in appearance.

aj

di

14. Voluntarily giving up throne by king in favour of his son

llin

A. Abdiction

.a

B. Resurrection

w

w

C. Accession

w

D. Renunciation

Answer: Option A

A. SV

B. SVO

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C. SVC

D. SVA

Answer: Option B

in

s.

ob

aj

di

llin

.a

w

w

w

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