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1–9. Directiosn L In each of the following questions, 1–9.

funsZ'k: uhpsd siz'uksaesaizR;sd esafpUg ( : :) d snkbZ


there is some relationship between the two vkjs d snksinkas¼vkd f̀r;k]¡v{kj lew
gkas;kvad k½sd se/;
terms (figures, letter clusters or numbers) on
the left of the sign (: :). The same relationship
dqN la cU/kgSA oghfpUg (: :) d snkfgus avks
j d snksainks
a
exists between the two terms on the right of esagSft uesals,d y qIr gSA fn;sgq, pkj fod Yiksaesa
the sign (; :) of which one is missing. Find the lst ksy qIr gSmlsKkr d hft ;sA
missing one from the four alternatives.

S
1. ?
S

1. ?

(A) (B) (C) (D)


(A) (B) (C) (D)

s
s 2. ?
2. ?

(A) (B) (C) (D)


(A) (B) (C) (D)

3. ?
3. ?

(A) (B) (C) (D)


(A) (B) (C) (D)

4. FEAL : LEAF : : EAKT : ? 4. FEAL : LEAF : : EAKT : ?


(A) ETAK (B) TAKE (A) ETAK (B) TAKE
(C) KATE (D) KETA (C) KATE (D) KETA

5. ACEG : JLNP : : BDFH : ? 5. ACEG : JLNP : : BDFH : ?


(A) KMOQ (B) KLON (A) KMOQ (B) KLON
(C) NMPR (D) LMNO (C) NMPR (D) LMNO

6. BJRZ : FNVD : : HPXF : ? 6. BJRZ : FNVD : : HPXF : ?


(A) RZFN (B) VDFJ (A) RZFN (B) VDFJ
(C) LTBJ (D) NVDJ (C) LTBJ (D) NVDJ

7. 7 : 64 : : 13 : ? 7. 7 : 64 : : 13 : ?
(A) 169 (B) 196 (A) 169 (B) 196
(C) 216 (D) 225 (C) 216 (D) 225

8. 64 : 9 : : 81 : ? 8. 64 : 9 : : 81 : ?
(A) 15 (B) 12 (A) 15 (B) 12
(C) 10 (D) 7 (C) 10 (D) 7

9. 121 : 1331 : : 81 : ? 9. 121 : 1331 : : 81 : ?


(A) 750 (B) 735 (A) 750 (B) 735
(C) 729 (D) 675 (C) 729 (D) 675

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10–11 Directions : The figure in each of the following 10–11 funsZ'k% fuEu izR;sd iz
'u esavkd f̀r;k¡,d Js.khesagSA
questions follow a series. Select the figure from fn;sgq, fod Yiks aesalsml vkd f̀r d kspqfu;st ksJs.kh
the given alternatives which would continue the
series.
d ksvkxsc<+k;sxhA

10. ?
10. ?

(A) (B) (C) (D)


(A) (B) (C) (D)

11. 11.
? ?

(A) (B) (C) (A) (B) (C)

12–13. Direction : In the following questions, find the 12–13. s'k% fuEu iz
funZ 'uks
aes
aml vkd qfr d ksKkr d hft ;st ks
one that does not fit in the sequence established
by the six figures given.
nh gqbZN%vkd f̀r;ksad svuqØ e esavuq: i ugh gSaA
12. 12.

(A) (B) (C) (A) (B) (C)

13. 13.

(A) (B) (C) (A) (B) (C)

14–16. Directions : The following questions are based 14–16. funZs'k% fuEu iz'u ,d v{kjksad svuqØ e ij vk/kkfjr
on letter sequence. In each sequence some gSaA izR;sd vuqØ e esad qN v{kj y qIr gSA fjDr LFkkuksa
letters are missing. Find the correct alternative
in each question to fill the blanks.
d ksHkjusd sfy ;slghfod Yi Kkr d hft ;sA
14. _ aba _ a _ a _ ab _ 14. _ aba _ a _ a _ ab _
(A) a a b a a (B) b a b b a (A) a a b a a (B) b a b b a
(C) a b b a b (D) b b a a b (C) a b b a b (D) b b a a b

15. n _ mn _ mm _ nm _ n 15. n _ mn _ mm _ nm _ n
(A) n m m n (B) m n n m (A) n m m n (B) m n n m
(C) n n m m (D) m m n m (C) n n m m (D) m m n m

16. ba _ bb _ a _ b _ a _ 16. ba _ bb _ a _ b _ a _
(A) b a a b a (B) a b a a b (A) b a a b a (B) a b a a b
(C) a a b a b (D) b b a b a (C) a a b a b (D) b b a b a

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17-19. Directions : In each of the following questions a 17-19. funZs'k% fuEu iz'uksaesaizR;sd esa,d vad Js.kh nh gqbZ
number series is given. Find out the missing gSA nh gqbZJs.kh esay qIr in d ksKkr d hft ;sA
term of the series.
17. 806, 519, 287, 232, 55, ?
17. 806, 519, 287, 232, 55, ? (A) 47 (B) 137
(A) 47 (B) 137 (C) 177 (D) 205
(C) 177 (D) 205
18. 20, 36, 61, 97, 146, ?
18. 20, 36, 61, 97, 146, ? (A) 179 (B) 197
(A) 179 (B) 197 (B) 207 (D) 210
(B) 207 (D) 210
19. 57, 79, 911, 1113, 1315, ?
19. 57, 79, 911, 1113, 1315, ? (A) 1419 (B) 1503
(A) 1419 (B) 1503 (C) 1517 (D) 1719
(C) 1517 (D) 1719
20–27. Directions : In the following questions, four 20–27. funZs'k% fuEu iz'uksaesapkj in ¼vkd f̀r;ka]v{kj lewg
items (figures, letter clusters or numbers) are ;kva d ½fn;sgq, gSA mues alsrhu ,d iz d kj leku gSA
a
given. Three of them are alike in a certain way.
Find the one which is different from others.
mlsKkr d hft ;st ksnwl jksalsfHkUu gSA
20. 20.

(A) (B) (C) (A) (B) (C)

21. 21.

(A) (B) (C) (A) (B) (C)

22. 22.

+ +
+ +
+ – + –
+ +

(A) (B) (C) (A) (B) (C)

23. (A) CDBE (B) LMKN 23. (A) CDBE (B) LMKN
(C) RSQT (D) WXYV (C) RSQT (D) WXYV

24. (A) KEAI (B) NEAL 24. (A) KEAI (B) NEAL
(C) REAT (D) DEAB (C) REAT (D) DEAB

25. (A) 81 : 729 (B) 16 : 64 25. (A) 81 : 729 (B) 16 : 64


(C) 49 : 343 (D) 36 : 226 (C) 49 : 343 (D) 36 : 226

26. (A) 3 : 17 (B) 5 : 26 26. (A) 3 : 17 (B) 5 : 26


(C) 8 : 82 (D) 9 : 101 (C) 8 : 82 (D) 9 : 101
27. (A) 54 (B) 90 27. (A) 54 (B) 90
(C) 135 (D) 188 (C) 135 (D) 188
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28–30 Directions : In the following questions numbers 28–30 funsZ'k% uhpsd siz'uksad sfy , vad ,d fijs
feM d s: i
are arranged in the form of a pyramid. From esavuqfoU;flr ¼t ek;sgq,½ gSaA bl fijsfeM lsfd l
this pyramid four sets of numbes are selected
based on certain logic. Two of these are given
rd Zd svuql kj vad ksad spkj lewg pqusx;sgSaA fpUg~
on teh left and two on the right of the sign (: :). (: :) d sck;s
avksj muesalsnksvkSj nkfgusvksj nksgSaA
One set of the numbers on the right goes nkfgusvks j d snkses
alsva d ksd k,d lewg yq
Ir gksx;k
missing. Choose that set of numbers from the gSA fn;sgq
S , fod Yiks
aesalsva d ks
ad sml lew
g d kspq
fu;s
alternatives which carries the same logic. t ksmlh rd Zd svuql kj lgh gSA

28. 1, 2, 4, : 5, 10, 12, : : 31, 34, 36 : ? 28. 1, 2, 4, : 5, 10, 12, : : 31, 34, 36 : ?
(A) 11, 20, 22 (B) 24, 29, 33 (A) 11, 20, 22 (B) 24, 29, 33
(C) 23, 30, 32 (D) 20, 22, 29 (C) 23, 30, 32 (D) 20, 22, 29

29. 18, 19, 20 : 7, 8, 9 : : ? : 23, 24, 25 29. 18, 19, 20 : 7, 8, 9 : : ? : 23, 24, 25
(A) 31, 32, 33 (B) 27, 28, 29 (A) 31, 32, 33 (B) 27, 28, 29
(C) 23, 24, 25 (D) 12, 13, 14 (C) 23, 24, 25 (D) 12, 13, 14

30. 3, 8, 17 : 4, 13, 26 : : ? : 17, 28, 35 30. 3, 8, 17 : 4, 13, 26 : : ? : 17, 28, 35


(A) 26, 28, 35 (B) 15, 24, 31 (A) 26, 28, 35 (B) 15, 24, 31
(C) 17, 24, 31 (D) 26, 27, 33 (C) 17, 24, 31 (D) 26, 27, 33
31–32 Directions in the following questions a pattern 31–32 funZ'k%fuEu iz
s 'uks
aesa,d vkd fqr nhxbZgSft ld k,d
is given with a part missing. Find out the part
Hkkx yqIr gS
A ml Hkkx d ksKkr d hft ;sft llsvkd q
fr
which will complete the pattern.
iwjhgkst krhgSA

?
?

31.
31.

+
+ + +
+ + +
+ +
32. + + + +
+ ? 32.
+ ?
+

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33-34. Directions : In each of the following questions a 33-34. 'k% fuEu iz
funZ
s 'uks
aes
aiz
R;a
d es
s a,d iz
'u vkd qfr nhxbZ
problem figure is given. Study the figure carefully gS
A vkd f̀r d klko/kkuhlsv/;;u d hft ;svkS
j mld s
and then answer the questions given under it.
uhpsfn;sx;siz'u d k mÙkj nhft ;sA

33.
33.

How may angles are there ?


(A) 11 (B) 10 blesafd rusd ks.k gSa?
(C) 8 (D) 5 (A) 11 (B) 10
(C) 8 (D) 5

34. 34.

How many triangle are there ? blesafd rusf=kHkqt gSa?


(A) 20 (B) 21 (A) 20 (B) 21
(C) 26 (D) 28 (C) 26 (D) 28
35–37. Directions : In each of the following questions, 35–37. funsZ'k% fuEu izR;sd iz'u esanksd Fku fn;sgq, gSrFkk
two statements are given followed by two mulsfud kysx;snksfu"d "kZI vkjS II gS A vkid ksfn;sgq
a ,
conclusions numbered I and II. You have to take
nksuksad Fkuksad kslgh ekuuk gSckot qn bld sfd os
two given statements to be true evenif they seem
to be at variance from the commonly known lkekU;r;k t kusx;srF;ksalsfHkUu izrhr gksrsgSaA
facts. Read the conclusions and then decide fu"d "kksZd ksif<+;svkSj rc r; d hft ;sfd fn;sgq,
which of the given conclusions logically follows. fu"d "kksZesalsd kSulkrkfd Zd : i lslghgSA fn;sgq,
Find the correct answer from the given fod YiksaesalslghmÙkj Kkr d hft ;sA
alternatives.
35. d Fku : 1. lHkh nhi iqLrd sgSaA
35. Statements : 1. All lamps are books. 2. d ksbZiqLrd jaxhu ugh gSA
2. No book is coloured.
fu"d "kZ: I. d qN nhi jaxhu gSaA
Conclusions : I. Some lamps are coloured.
II. No lamp is coloured. II. d ks
bZHkh nhi jaxhu ugh gSA
(A) Only conclusion I follows. (A) d soy fu"d "kZI fud y rk gSA
(B) Only conclusion II follows (B) d soy fu"d "kZII fud y rk gS
(C) Both I and II follow. (C) nksuksafu"d "kZI vkSj II fud y rsgSA
(D) Neither I nor II follows.
(D) u rksfu"d "kZI vkS j u fu"d "kZII fud y rk gSA
36. Statements : 1. All envelopes are umbrellas. 36. d Fku : 1. lHkhfy Q kQ sNkrsgSaA
2. All umbrellas are chalks. 2. lHkhNkrspkd ¼[kfM+ ;k½ gSaA
Conclusions : fu"d "kZ: I. d qN pkd fy Q kQ s
I. Some chalks are envelopes. II. d q
N Nkrsfy Q kQ sughagSA
II. Some umbrellas are not envelopes.
(A) d soy fu"d "kZI fud y rk gSA
(A) Only conclusion I follows.
(B) Only conclusion II follows. (B) d soy fu"d "kZII fud y rk gS
(C) Both I and II follow (C) nksuksafu"d "kZI vkSj II fud y rsgSA
(D) Neither I no II follows. (D) u rksfu"d "kZI vkS j u fu"d "kZII fud y rk gSA
37. d Fku : 1. lHkh d qÙks¼'oku½ jasxusoky st ho gSaA
37. Statements : 1. All dogs are reptiles.
2. d qN fcfYy ;k¡jasxusoky st ho gSaA
2. Some cats are reptiles.
Conclusions : I. Some dogs are cats. fu"d "kZ: I. d qN d qÙksfcfYy ;k¡gSA
II. Some cats are not reptiles. II. d q
N fcfYy ;k¡jsaxusoky st ho ugh gSaA
(A) Only conclusion I follows. (A) d soy fu"d "kZI fud y rk gSA
(B) Only conclusion II follows (B) d soy fu"d "kZII fud y rk gS
(C) Both I and II follow.
(C) nksuksafu"d "kZI vkSj II fud y rsgSA
(D) Neither I nor II follows.
(D) u rksfu"d "kZI vkS j u fu"d "kZII fud y rk gSA
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38. A says, "If B gives me Rs. 40 he will have half 38. A d grkgS ]ß;fn B eq> s40 : - nsrkgSrksmld sikl
as much as C. But if C gives me Rs. 40 then ft rusC d sikl gS amld svk/ksd scjkcj gkst k;s
x]s;fn
a
three of us will have the same amount. What is C eq> s40 : -nsrkgSrksge rhuksad sikl cjkcj&cjkcj
the total amount of money that A, B and C have
jkf'k gkst k;sxhß A, B vkSj C d schp d qy fey kd j
among them ?
(A) 240 (B) 320 fd ruh jkf'k gS\
(C) 360 (D) 420 (A) 240 (B) 320
(C) 360 (D) 420
39. At the end of a dinner party all the eight people 39. ,d jkf=k Hkkst d svUr esalHkh vkB O;fDr ,d nwl js
present shake hands with each other once. How ls,d ckj gkFkfey krsgSaA d qy fey kd j fd ruhckj
many hand shakes will there be altogether ? gkFk fey kuk gqv k \
(A) 8 (B) 16 (A) 8 (B) 16
(C) 28 (D) 64 (C) 28 (D) 64
40. In an examination, a student attempted 40. ,d ijh{kkesa,d Nk=kus15 iz'uksad slghmÙkj fn;s
15 questions correctly and secured 40 marks. vkSj mls40 vad izkIr gq,A ;fn iz'u nksizd kj d s
If there were two types of questions i.e. of vFkkZr 2 vad okysvkS j 4 vad okysgS
]rksmlus2 va
d
2 marks and 4 marks, how many questions of
2 marks did he attempt correctly ?
oky sfd rusiz'uksad slgh mÙkj fn;s\
(A) 5 (B) 10 (A) 5 (B) 10
(C) 12 (D) 15
(C) 12 (D) 15
41. The number of boys in a class is four times the 41. ,d d {kk esaNk=kksad h la[;k Nk=kkvksad h la[;k ls
number of girls. Which one of the following pkSxquhgSA fuEu la
[;kvksaesalsd kSulhla[;kd {kkd s
numbers cannot represent the total number of d qy ckyd ksa¼ckyd &ckfyd k,½d ksfu: fir ughd j
children in the class ? ld rh gS\
(A) 5 (B) 16 (A) 5 (B) 16
(C) 30 (D) 40 (C) 30 (D) 40
42. Between two book ends in your study are 42. vkid hi<+ kbZd hnksiqLrd ka sd svUr esavkid hpkj fiz
;
displayed your four favourite puzzle books. If igsfy ;ksad h iqLrd saiznf'kZr gSaA ;fn izfr feuV ,d
you decide to arrange the four books in every iqLrd gVkd j y xkusesavkid kpkjksaiqLrd ksad ksgj
possible combination and move just one book lEHko esy es at ekukgSrksd qy le; fd ruky xsxk?
every minute how long would it take you ? (A) 24 feuV (B) 20 feuV
(A) 24 minutes (B) 20 minutes
(C) 8 feuV (D) 4 feuV
(C) 8 minutes (D) 4 minutes
43. In the given figure below what does the shaded 43. uhpsnhgq bZvkd f̀r es
aNk;ka
fd r Hkkx fd Ugsn'kkZ
rkgS\
portion depict ? (Males = iq: "k ] Cricketers = fØ d sV d sf[ky kM+h]
Film Stars = fQ Yeh flrkjs ] Football Players
= QqVckWy d sf[ky kM+h½

(A) A group of male film stars who are football


players. (A) iq
: "kfQ Yehflrkjks
ad k,d lewg t ksQ qVckWy d s
(B) A group of film stars who are both football f[kykM+ hgSA
a
players and cricketers.
(B) fQ Yehflrkjks ad k,d lew g t ksnksuks
aQ q
VckW
y vkSj
(C) A group of male film stars who neither play
cricket nor football.
fØ d sV d sf[ky kM+hgSaA
(D) A group of male film stars who are cricketers (C) iq: "kfQ Yehflrkjkasd k,d lew g t ksu rksfØ d s
V
but not football players. [ksy rsgSavkSj u Q qVckWy A
(D) iq : "k fQ Yeh flrkjksad k ,d lewg t ksfØ d sV
[ksy rsgSafd UrqQ qVckWy d sf[ky kM+h ughagSA
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44. Ajay wants to go to the Management Institute. 44. v;t izcU/k laLFkku d kst kuk pkgrk gSA og ?kj ls
He starts from home, which is in the East of a jokukgkrskgSt ksfd ,d pkS jkgsd siw
oZes
agS A og pkjSkgs
crossing. He walks towards the crossing. The d hvksj pyrkgS A ckbZvks
j d hlM+ d Ld q y rd t krh
road to the left ends in a school, straight ahead
gS
]mllslh/ksvkxs,d lkeq nkf;d Hkou gS Aa nkfgusvkjs
is a community hall. The road to the right leads
d hlM+ d izcU/klaLFkku d ksigqp rhgS
¡ A pkSjkgslsizcU/k
tot he Management Institute. In which direction
is the Management Institute from the crossing ? la
LFkku fd l fn'kkesagS\
(A) East (B) West (A) iw
oZ (B) if'pe
(C) South (D) North (C) nf{k.k (D) mÙkj

45. Vineeta's house is to the right of Kareena's 45. fouhrk d k ed ku d jhuk d sed ku d snkfguh vksj
house at a distance of 30 metres in the same 30 ehVj nw j mlh d rkj esamÙkj fn'kk d slkeusgSA
row facing north. Sonal's house is in the north- lksuy d k ed ku mÙkj&iwoZfn'kk esad jhuk d sed ku
east direction of Kareena's house at a distance
ls35 ehVj nw j gS
A lksuy d sed ku d slanHkZes
afouhrk
of 35 metres. Determine the direction of
d sed ku d h fn'kk d k fu'p;u d hft ;sA
Vineeta's house with respect to Sonal's house.
(A) if'pe (B) iw
oZ
(A) West (B) East
(C) South (D) North (C) nf{k.k (D) mÙkj

46. From his house Mohan moves 30 km in 46. vius?kj lseksgu 30 fd eh mÙkj&if'pe fn'kk esa
North–West direction and then 30 km in South py rk gSvkSj fQ j 30 fd eh nf{k.k&if'pe fn'kk esa
West direction. Next he moves 30 km in South
pyrkgS A vkxsog 30 fd ehnf{k.k&iw oZfn'kkesapyrk
East direction. Finally he turns towards his
gSA vUr esaog ?kj d hrjQ eqM +rkgSA og fd l fn'kk
house. In which direction is he moving ?
(A) North East (B) South East
esapy jgk gS?
(C) North West (D) South West (A) mÙkj&iw oZ (B) nf{k.k&iw
oZ
(C) mÙkj&if'pe (D) nf{k.k&if'pe
47. If North-West becomes South, South-West
47. ;fn mÙkj&if'pe]nf{k.k gkst krk gS]nf{k.k&if'pe
becomes East and so on, what will West
iwoZgkst krk gSvkSj ,sl sgh vkxs] rksif'pe D;k gks
become ?
(A) North (B) North East
t k;xk?
(C) South (D) South East (A) mÙkj (B) mÙkj&iw oZ
(C) nf{k.k (D) nf{k.k&iwoZ
48. If the teachers are to the West of Principal's 48. ;fn v/;kid izkpk;Zd sd k;kZy ; d sif'pe es agSvksj
Office and students are to the North of Principal's
fo|kFkhZiz
kpk;Zd sd k;kyZ ; d smÙkj esagS
]rksfo|kfFkZ
;ks
a
Office, in what direction are teachers with
d slanHkZesaf'k{kd fd l fn'kk esagS?
respect to the students ?
(A) South (B) South West (A) nf{k.k (B) nf{k.k&if'pe
(C) North (D) North East (C) mÙkj (D) mÙkj&iw oZ

49. A dice is thrown thrice and its three positions 49. ,d iklk rhu ckj Q asd k x;k gSvkSj mld h rhuksa
are given below. Find the alphabet opposite P ? fLFkfr;kauhpsn'kkZ
bZx;hgS
A P d sfoijhr v{kj d kuSlk
gS?

(A) R (B) T
(C) Q (D) S (A) R (B) T
(C) Q (D) S
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50. The six dices are given below. The top face of 50. uhpsN%iklsfn;sx;sgS A iz
a R;sd iklsd kÅ ijhQ yd
each dice is erased. The sum of the dots on feVk fn;k x;k gSA iklksad slkeus]ihNsvkSj Å ijh]
the front, back and top, bottom face is 7. If the
fupy sQ y d ksad sfcUnqv ksad h la[;kvksad k ;ksx 7 gSA
odd numbered dices have even number of dots
on their top faces and even numbered dices
;fn fo"ke la[;kvksaoky siklksad sÅ ijh Q y d ksad s
have odd number of dots on their top faces, fcUnq
v ksad hla[;kle gSvkS j le la[;kokysiklksad s
what would be the total number of dots on the Å ijhQ y d ksaij fcUnqv ksad hla [;kfo"ke gSrksÅ ijh
top faces ? Q y d ksaij d qy fcUnqv ksad h la[;k D;k gksxh?

(A) 25 (B) 23 (A) 25 (B) 23


(C) 21 (D) 19 (C) 21 (D) 19

51. If + means '×', – means '÷',÷ means '–' and 51. ;fn + d kvFkZ'×', – d k vFkZ'÷', ÷ d kvFkZ'–' vkSj ×
× means '+', the which one of the following d kvFkZ'+', gSrksfuEu es
alsd kS
ulklehd j.klghgS ?
equation is correct ? (A) 7 + 8 – 2 ÷ 5 × 12 = 45
(A) 7 + 8 – 2 ÷ 5 × 12 = 45 (B) 36 – 6 + 10 × 5 = 65
(B) 36 – 6 + 10 × 5 = 65 (C) 66 × 4 – 9 +11 = 88
(C) 66 × 4 – 9 +11 = 88 (D) 162 + 10 – 2 × 12 = 218
(D) 162 + 10 – 2 × 12 = 218
52. In the following equation, two signs need to be 52. fuEu lehd j.k d kslgh d jusd sfy ;snksfpUg~ksad k
interchanged to make it correct. Choose the vnt &cny d jusd ht : jr gSaA fn;sgq, fod Yiksaesa
signs from the given alternatives. lsfpUg~ksad kspqfu;sA
3 × 5 + 3 – 18 ÷ 3 = 12 3 × 5 + 3 – 18 ÷ 3 = 12
(A) ÷ and + (B) × and –
(A) ÷ vkS
j+ (B) × vkS
j–
(C) × and + (D) + and –
(C) × vkS
j+ (D) + vkS
j–
53.   ; #  ; @   ;$   ; &  x ,
53. ;fn   ; #  ; @   ;$   ; &  x ,
then which one of the following alternatives is
rksfuEu esalsd kSulk fod Yi lgh gS?
true ?
(A) (6 # 2) $ 2 @ (2 & 8) * 1
(A) (6 # 2) $ 2 @ (2 & 8) * 1
(B) 81 * 4 & 3 @ 4 #16 * 3 (B) 81 * 4 × 3 @ 4 #16 * 3
(C) (81 * 4) & 3 @ 8 $15 & 7 (C) (81 * 4) & 3 @ 8 #15 & 7
(D) (15 * 4) & 3 @ (60 $ 2) # 3 (D) (15 * 4) & 3 @ (60 $ 2) # 3

54. If interchanges are made in signs and numbers, 54. ;fn fpUg~ksavkSj la[;kvksad ksvny &cny fd ;kt krk
which one of the four equations given in the gS]rkspkj esalsd kSulklehd j.kfn;sgq, fod Yiksaesa
alternatives would be correct ? lslgh gksxk?
Interchange : sign + and ÷ and number 3 and 6
(A) 3 + 6 ÷ 6 = 10 (B) 6 + 3 ÷ 4 = 2.5
vny&cny d hft ;s: fpUg + vkjS÷ rFkkla [;k3 vkjS 6
(A) 3 + 6 ÷ 6 = 10 (B) 6 + 3 ÷ 4 = 2.5
(C) 6 ÷ 3 + 3 = 6 (D) 3 + 6 ÷ 2 = 4
(C) 6 ÷ 3 + 3 = 6 (D) 3 + 6 ÷ 2 = 4
55. If 0 stands for the operation " Add and double 55. ;fn 0 la fØ ;k" t ks
M+ksvkS
j jkf'kd ksnq
xq
uhd jks
" d sfy;s
the sum", that is a 0 b = 2 (a+b); and  stands gS, t Sl sa 0 b = 2 (a+b); vkSj  fpUg~gS"xq.kk d jks
for "Multiply and halve", that is, a  b = ½ ab, v kSj v k/kk d jks" ;Fkk a  b = ½ ab, rks
find the value of (5  4) 0 (7  6) (5  4) 0 (7  6) d k ew Y; gksxk
(A) 117 (B) 88 (A) 117 (B) 88
(C) 62 (D) 31 (C) 62 (D) 31
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56. If alternate English alphabets starting from c 56. ;fn vaxzst h o.kZeky k d s,d kUrfjr v{kj c ls'kq:
such as c,e, g, i and so on, are written in small gks
djtS l sc,e, g, i vkxsblhiz
d kj y?kqv{kjkses
afy[ks
letters while others in capitals, then how the 3rd
gksat cfd vU; cMs+v{kjksaesafy [ksgksarksMonday ls
day from Monday will be written ?
(A) W e D N e S d A y
vkxsrhljk fnu d Sl sfy [kk t k;sxk \
(B) T h U r S D a y (A) W e D N e S d A y
(B) T h U r S D a y
(C) W E d n E s d A y
(C) W E d n E s d A y
(D)T H u R s D A y
(D)T H u R s D A y
57. If the word GROUND is coded as BMJPIY, how 57. ;fn GROUND 'kCn d slad srk{kj BMJPIY gksarks
the word MINDWELL will be coded ? 'kCn MINDWELL d Sl slad sfrr fd ;kt k;sxk?
(A) RNSIBJQQ (B) HDIYRZGG (A) RNSIBJQQ (B) HDIYRZGG
(C) RNIYBZGG (D) HDIRYGZZ (C) RNIYBZGG (D) HDIRYGZZ
(58 to 59) : The capital letters in each of the following Z'k%fuEu
(58 to 59) : funs izR;sd 'kCn d scM+sv{kj lad sfrr
words are coded and written in small letters,
d jd sNksVsv{kjksaesafy [ksx;sgSfd UrqosmlhØ e esa
but not in the same order as the letters in th
work. Find the codes for letters and answer the ughagSft l Ø e es a'kCnks
aes
agS
A v{kjks
ad sla
d rsk{kj Kkr
questions. d hft ;svkSj iz'uksad smÙkj nhft ;sA
RATE : uIhb RATE : uIhb
DATE : ahuI DATE : ahuI
MALE : gpuI MALE : gpuI
NAME : cguI NAME : cguI
ROAD : buaf ROAD : buaf
TALE : hpIu TALE : hpIu

58. What will be code in correct order for the word 58. 'kCn TOAD d sfn;slghØ e esalad srk{kj D;kgks
axs?
TOAD ? (A) b f a l (B) g u f b
(A) b f a l (B) g u f b (C) h f u a (D) h u f I
(C) h f u a (D) h u f I

59. How will NORMAL be coded in correct order ? 59. 'kCn NORMAL lgh Ø e esad Sl slad sfrr gksxk \
(A) c f b h u e (B) c f b g u p (A) c f b h u e (B) c f b g u p
(C) c u b g f I (D) c I u b p g (C) c u b g f I (D) c I u b p g

60. The six faces of a cube have been marked with 60. ,d ?ku d sN%Q y d ksad ksØ e'k%1, 2, 3, 4, 5 vkSj 6
numbers 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 respectively. This la[;kvks alsva fd r fd ;kx;kgSA bl ?ku d ksrhu ckj
cube is rolled down three times. The three y q<+d k;kt krkgSA rhuksafLFkfr;kanhxbZgSA t c ?ku
positions are given. Choose the figure that will
d ks[kksy kt krkgSrksmllscuhvkd f̀r d kSulhgks xh\
be formed when the cube is unfolded.
6 5 1
6 5 1
2 3 3
2 3 3 4 6 5
4 6 5

5 6
5 6
3 6 2 4
3 6 2 4
1 1
1 1
2 4 5 3
2 4 5 3
(A) (B)
(A) (B)

3 3
3 3 2 6
2 1
2 1 2 6 4
4
4 4
6 5 1 5
6 5 1 5 (C) (D)
(C) (D)
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61-62. Directions : The figure given in each problem 61-62. funs'k% iz
Z R;s
d iz
'u es
anhxbZvkd f̀r d ks,sl seks
M+kx;k
is folded to form a box. Choose the box that gSft lls,d is VhcusA fn;sgq
, fod Yikases
alsml is Vh
similar to the box formed from the given
d kspq
fu;sft llsiz
'u esanhxbZvkd f̀r d svuq l kj is
Vh
alternatives.
61.
curhgSA
61.

× ×

× ×
× × × × × ×

(A) (B) (C) (D) (A) (B) (C) (D)

62. 62.

× × × ×

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63. 63.

64-66 Directions : Next three questions are based 64-66 funZ'k% vxysrhu iz
s 'u uhpsnhgq bZlwp ukij vk/kkfjr
upon the information given below. Study the gSa
A lwp ukd k/;kuiw oZd v/;;u d hft ;svkSj iz'uks ad s
information carefully and then choose the mÙkj nsusgsrqlgh fod Yi pqfu;sA
correct alternative to answer the questions.
five friends A, B, C, D and E are sitting on a
,d csap ij ikap fe=kA, B, C, D vkSj E cSBsgq, gSA
bench. (1) A, B d sckn cS Bk gqv k gSA
(1) A is sitting next to B. (2) C,D d sckn cS Bk gqv kgSA
(2) C is sitting next to D. (3) D, E d slkFk ugh cS Bk gSA
(3) D is not sitting with E. (4) E csap d sck;saNksj ij gSA
(4) E is on the left end of the bench. (5) C nkfgusvkS j lsnwl jh lhV ij gSA
(5) C is on second position from the right.
(6) A, B d hnkfguhvks j gSvkSj E d hHkhnkfguhvksj
(6) A is on the right side of B and to the right
side of E. gS
A
(7) A and C are sitting together. (7) A vkSj C lkFk&lkFkcSBsgSaA

64. Where is A sitting ? 64. A d gk¡cS


Bk gS?
(A) Between B and D (B) Between D and C (A) B vkSj D d schp (B) D vkS
j C d schp
(C) Between C and E (D) Between B and C
(C) C vkSj E d schp (D) B vkS
j C d schp
65. C is sitting between
65. C bud schp cS
Bk gS
(A) B and D (B) A and E
(C) D and E (D) A and D (A) B vkS
jD (B) A vkS
jE
(C) D vkS
jE (D) A vkS
jD

66. What is the position of D ? 66. D d h fLFkfr d gk¡gS?


(A) Extreme left (B) Extreme right (A) ck;saNksj ij (B) nkfgusaNksj ij
(C) Third form left (D) Second from left (C) ck;salsrhljh (D) ck;salsnwl jh
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67– 70. Direction : Next four questions are based upon 67– 70. funs Z'k% vxyspkj iz'u uhpsnhgq bZlwp ukij vk/kkfjr
the information given below. Study the gSaA lwp uk d k lko/kkuh lsv/;;u d hft ;svkSj fQ j
information carefully and then choose the
iz'uksad k mÙkj nsusd sfy , lgh fod Yi pqfu;sA
correct alternative to answer the questions.
In a family there are six members A, B, C, D, E
,d ifjokj esaN%lnL; A, B, C, D, E vkSj F gSA A
and F. A and B are a married couple, A being vkS j B 'kknh'kq
nkt ks
Mk+gSft les
aA iq
: "klnL; gS AA d s
the male member. D is the only son of C who is HkkbZC d k,d ek=kiq=kD gSA E, D d hcgu gSA B, F
the brother of A. E is the sister of D. B is the d h iq=ko/kqgSft ld sifr d h eR̀;qgkspqd h gSA
daughter in law of F whose husband has died.
67. How is F related to A ? 67. F d kA lsD;k la
ca/k gS?
(A) Mother (B) Sister-in-law (A) ek¡ (B) lkyh
(C) Sister (D) Mother-in-law (C) cgu (D) lkl

68. How is E related to C ? 68. E d kC lsD;k la


ca/k gS?
(A) Sister (B) Daughter (A) cgu (B) iq
=kh
(C) Cousin (D) Aunt (C) pps
jh cgu (D) pkph

69. Who is C to B ? 69. C d k]B lsD;k la


ca/k gS?
(A) Brother (B) Son-in-law (A) HkkbZ (B) t kekrk
(C) Nephew (D) Brother-in-law (C) Hkrht k (D) ns
oj
70. How many male members are there in 70. ifjokj esafd rusiq: "k lnL; gS\
(A) Two (B) Three (A) nks (B) rhu
(C) Four (D) Five (C) pkj (D) ik¡
p
71. Which of the options can be obtained by rotating 71. vkd f̀r X d ks?kqekd j d kSulk fod Yi izkIr fd ;k t k
the figure X ? ld rk gS?

X a b c d e X a b c d e
(A) b, c, e (B) a, c, d (A) b, c, e (B) a, c, d
(C) b, d, e (D) a, c, e (C) b, d, e (D) a, c, e

72-73. Directions : In the following questions, the top 72-73. funZs'k% fuEu iz'uksaesaÅ ij d h vkd f̀r esaml ,d
figure contains the parts of a figure which can vkd f̀r d sHkkx gSft UgslkFkt ks
M +d j mlscuk;kt l
be made by joining them together. Select the
alternative which shows best how these parts
ld rk gSA ml fod Yi d kspqfu;st ksmlsn'kkZrk gS
can fit together. ft llslclsvPNhrjg lHkhHkkxks ad kst ks
M+d j cuk;k
t kld rkgSA

X
X

(A) (B) (C)


(A) (B) (C)

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73. 73.

X X

(A) (B) (C) (A) (B) (C)

74-78 Direction : In the following questions, a set figure 74-78 funZ'sk%fuEu iz


'ukases
avkd f̀r;ks
ad k,d lew
g fn;kx;k
carrying some numbers is given. The numbers gSft uesad qN la[;k,anh xbZgSA izR;sd vkd f̀r ls
in each figure follow some specife principle.
Study the figures to find out the principle on the
la[;k,a,d fuf'pr fl) kUr d k iky u d jrh gSaA
basis of which the missing number can be vkd f̀r;ksad k v/;;u d jd sml fl) kUr d ksKkr
derived. Then, Choose the correct alternative d hft ;sft ld h iky uk d jd sy qIr la[;k d ksizkIr
which contains this missing number. fd ;kt kld rkgSA rc ml fod Yi d kspqfu;sft lesa
74. og y qIr la[;k gSA
2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 74.
2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

8 ? 72 129
(A) 22 (B) 24 8 ? 72 129
(C) 32 (D) 42 (A) 22 (B) 24
(C) 32 (D) 42
75. 75.
4 49 4 49
2 7
1 1 2 7
1 1
3 2
? 4 3 2
? 4
81 64 81 64
(A) 5 (B) 4 (A) 5 (B) 4
(C) 3 (D) 2 (C) 3 (D) 2
76. 76.

4 8 6 4 9 7
4 8 6 4 9 7
72 62 ? 72 62 ?
7 4 5 7 9 8
7 4 5 7 9 8

(A) 135 (B) 97 (A) 135 (B) 97


(C) 87 (D) 82 (C) 87 (D) 82
77. 77.

50 31 42 21 43 11 50 31 42 21 43 11
9 7 ? 9 7 ?

(A) 5 (B) 6 (A) 5 (B) 6


(C) 8 (D) 9 (C) 8 (D) 9
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78. 78.
2 3 6 2 3 6

3 44 2 4 68 2 3 ? 5 3 44 2 4 68 2 3 ? 5

4 5 4 4 5 4

(A) 82 (B) 98 (A) 82 (B) 98


(C) 104 (D) 112 (C) 104 (D) 112
79. If the English letters A to Z are written in a 79. ;fn va
xtsz hd sv{kjA lsZ mYVsØ e es afy[kst k;s
arksck;s
a
reverse order then what is the fourth letter to lsckjgos av{kj d hnkfguhvkjs pkFSkkd kuS lkgkxsk\
the right of 12th letter from the left ? (A) K (B) J
(A) K (B) J (C) R (D) L
(C) R (D) L
80. If the first and the third letters in the letter group 80. ;fn v{kj lew g DISTRIBUTION d sigysd ksrhljs ]
DISTRIBUTION are interchanged and also the nw
l jsd kspkSFks
]ika
p osd kslkros]blhiz
a d kj vkxsv{kjks
a
second and fourth letters, the fifth and seventh
and so on then which of the following would be
d ksvny cny d j ns arksckbZvkjs lslkrok¡v{kj fuEu
seventh letter from the left ? esalsd kSulk gksxk?
(A) U (B) R (A) U (B) R
(C) B (D) T (C) B (D) T
81. If the letters of RUTHLESS are arranged 81. ;fn RUTHLESS d sv{kjksad kso.kZeky k d sØ e esa
alphabetically then which letter would be the t ek;k t k;srksvfUre v{kj d kSulk gksxk?
last letter ? (A) T (B) E
(A) T (B) E (C) H (D) U
(C) H (D) U
82–83. Directions : In the following questions, find out 82–83. funZs'k%fuEu iz
'uks
aesa;g Kkr d hft ;sd hÅ ij nhgqbZ
which of the figures A, B, C, and D given in the vkd f̀r esanhgqbZvkd f̀r;ksaA, B, C vkSj D esad kSulh
alternatives is embedded in the figure given on
oSd fYid vkd f̀r lfUufgr gS\
top.

82.
82.

83.
83.

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84.-86. Directions : In the following questions a set of 84.-86. funZ'sk%fuEu iz
'ukases
avkd f̀r;ks
ad k,d lew g fn;kx;k
figures is given. Find out the figure which will gSA ;g Kkr d hft ;sfd fn;sgq , fod Yiks
aesalsd kS
ulh
complete the black space from the given
alternatives.
vkd f̀r [kky h LFkku d ksiwjk d j nsxh \

84. 84.

85. 85.

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86. 86.

87–88. Direction : There is a figure to the left of the 87–88. funsZ'k% [kM+hlekarj js[kkvksad sck;savksj ,d vkd f̀r
vertical parallel lines. Examine the figures given gS
A fod Yikases
S anhgq
bZvkd f̀r;ksad kv/;;u d hft ;svkjS
in the alternatives and find the one which is the Kkr d hft ;sfd buesalsd kSulh[kM+hjs[kkvksad sck;s
exact mirror image of the figure given to the left vksj nh xbZvkd f̀r d k niZ.k izfrfcEc gS\
the vertical lines.

87. 87.

(A) (B) (C) (D) (A) (B) (C) (D)

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88. 88.

89–90 Directions : In each of the following, a question 89–90 funs'Zk% fuEu es


aiz
R;s
d iz 'u es
avuqxkehnksd Fku I vkSj
is followed by two statements marked I and II. II vafd r gS
A ;g r; d hft ;sfd bues alsd kS
ulsd Fku
Decide which of the statements are sufficient
to answer the question. Choose your answer
iz'u d kmÙkj ns usd sfy ;si;kZ
Ir gSA fn;sgq, fod Yiks
a
from the given alternatives. esalsmÙkj pqfu;sA

89. What is Mohan's age ? 89. eksgu d h mezD;k gS?


Statements d Fku
I. In 15 years Mhan will be twice as old as Ram I. 15 o"kks
Zesaeksgu jke d h mezlsnqxquh mezd k gks
would be.
II. Ram was born 5 years ago.
t k;sxkA
(A) Only I is sufficient. II. jke 5 o"kZiw oZiSnk gqv k FkkA
(B) Only II is sufficient. (A) d soy I i;kZIr gSA
(C) Both I and II are required. (B) d soy II i;kZIr gSA
(D) Both I and II are not sufficient. (C) I vkSj II nksuksapkfg;sA
(D) I vkSj II nksuksavi;kZIr gSA

90. Who is a better singer D or F ? 90. D vkS


j F esalsd kSu T;knk vPNk xk;d gS?
Statements d Fku
I. F sings better than both G and S. I. G vkS
j S nksuksalsF vPNk xkrk gS\
II. Neither S nor F singe so well as D. II. u rksS vkSj u F, D ft ruk vPNk xkrk gS\
(A) Only I is sufficient.
(A) d s
oy I i;kZIr gSA
(B) Only II is sufficient.
(C) Both I and II are required. (B) d s
oy II i;kZIr gSA
(D) Both I and II are not sufficient. (C) I vkS
j II nksuksapkfg;sA
(D) I vkS
j II nksuksavi;kZIr gSA
91–100 Directions : For questions from 91 to 100, write 91–100 funZs'k %iz'u 91 ls100 d smÙkj vkid ksmÙkj&i=kd
your answers in the given space in the answer esafn;sgq, LFkkuksaesafy f[k;sA vkid smÙkj d soy
sheet. Your answers should be written only in
la[;kvksaesafy [ksgksuspkfg;sA
numbers.

91-92 Study the following diagram and then answer 91-92 fuEu vkjs[kd kv/;;u d hft ;svkSj rc izR;sd iz'u
each question. Write only the number. d kmÙkj nhft ;sA d soy la[;k,afy f[k;sA
1 Professors izks
Q sl j
1
4 4
5 6 5 6
Medical Specialists fpfd Rlk fo'ks
"kK
7 2 7 2
3 Surgeons 'kY; fpfd Rld
3

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91. Which number indicates Professors who are 91. izksQ sl j t ksfpfd Rlkfo'ks
"kK gSamud ksd kS
ulhla[;k
Medical Specialists? bafxr d jrh gS?
92. Which number indicates Surgeons who are 92. d kS
ulhla [;kba
fxr d jrhgSmu 'kY; fpfd Rld ks ad ks
Medical Specialists but not Professors ?
t ksfpfd Rlkfo'ks"kK gSafd UrqizksQ sl j ughgS?
93. Each one of the following questions contains 93. fuEu iz
R;s
d iz'u esarhu en gSaA bu enks aes
alEcU/kd k
three items. Using the relationship between mi;ksx d jrsgq, izR;sd iz'u esafn;sgq, vkjs[kksaesals
these items match each question with the most
suitable diagram given below. Your answer is
lclsvf/kd mi;q Dr vkjs[kd kslq es
y d hft ;s
A vkid k
the number which denotes that diagram. Write mÙkj og la[;kgSt ksml vkjs [kd ksiz
nf'kZr d jrhgS A
S
the number of the diagram in your answer sheet. vkjs[kd hla[;kd ksmÙkj&i=kd ij fy f[k;sA

(A) (B) (A) (B)

(D) (D)
(C) (C)
93. Your, mine, their 93. rqEgkjk]esjk]mud k
94. Flowers, clothes, white 94. Q wy ] oL=k] lQ sn
95. Mountains, Forest, Earth
95. ioZr]t axy ]iF̀oh

96. In the following series how many 8s are there 96. fuEu Js.khes,sl sfd rus8 gSSaft ud sckn 8 gSA mud h
which are followed by 8 ? Write the number in
la[;k d ksviusmÙkj&i=kd esafy f[k;sA
your answer sheet.
8908813888232881285669718
8908813888232881285669718
56788188
56788188
97. How many dots lie opposite the face having four 97. t c nh gqbZvkd f̀r d ks,d ?ku d s: i esaeksM +kt krk
dots, when the given figure is folded to form a gSrkspkj fcUnqv ksaoky sQ y d d sfoijhr Q y d esa
cube ? Write the number of dots in your answer
sheet.
fd rusfcUnqgksaxs\

98. If the fifth day of a month is 3 days earlier than 98. ;fn eaxy okj d srhu fnu igy sekg d k ik¡p ok fnu
Tuesday, what day will it be on the 15th day of gS]rksekg d s15 osafnu d kS
ulkokj gksxk\ fnuksad h
the month ? Write the number of the day
counting Monday as 1, Tuesday as 2 and so
la[;klkseokj d h 1, eaxy okj d h2 blhizd kj vkxs
on. fyf[k;sA

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99. X was born on 3rd March, 1980. Y was born 4 99. X d kt Ue 3 ekpZ
, 1980 d ksgq
v kA X ls4 fnuigy sY
days before X. The Republic Day of that year d kt Ue gq
v kA o"kZd kx.krU=kfnol 'kfuokj d ksFkkA
fell on Saturday. Then which day was Y's
birthday ? Write the number of the day counting
rksY d st Ue d k fnu d kSulk Fkk \ fnu d h la[;k
Monday as 1, Tuesday as 2 and so on. lks
eokj d h1, ea
xyokj d h2 blhizd kj vkxsfy f[k;s A

100. Five boxes numbered as 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 are 100. uhpsfn[kk;sx;svuql kj isansd hisVhla[;k1 ls'kq:
stacked one on top of the other starting with
d jd sÅ ij rd 1, 2, 3, 4 vkS
j 5 d hla
[;koky hik¡p
number 1 at the bottom as shown.
isfV;k¡,d <sjh esat ekbZxbZgSaA
5
5
4
4
3
3
2
2
1
1
Box 1 is removed and placed on top of the stack.
If the procedure is repeated two more times, isVh la[;k1 uhpslsgVkd j <sjh d sÅ ijh j[kh xbZA
which box will be in the middle of the stack ? ;fn ;g iz fØ ;knksckj vkS
j nks
gjkbZxbZrks<s
jhd schp
Write onlythe number of the box. esad kSulhisVhgksxh\ isVhla[;kd kmÙkj&i=kd ij
fyf[k;s A

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