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Directions for Q 1 - 2 Each sentence below has one or two blanks, each blank indicating that something has been omitted. Beneath in sentence are five lettered words or sets of words. Choose the word or set of words that best fits the meaning of the sentence as a whole. Q-1 The Selection committee for the exhibit was amazed to see such fine work done by a mere ________. a. Connoisseur b. Artist c. Amateur d. Entrepreneur e. Exhibitionist Unlike W.E.B Dubois, who was ________ of the vocational emphasis in black education, Booker T. Washington favored ________ the limited funds available for educating blacks to programs that prepared people for practical jobs. a. Critical ……… restricting b. Aware ………. confining c. Suspicious …. ..denying d. Protective ........ allotting e. Appreciative…..allocating Illicit Means: a. draw out c. not necessary b. d. barely perceivable not licensed
He was the first explorer to go around the world. ‘Explorer’ means: a. A person who travels around the world. b. A person who discovers new places. c. A person who looks for new business. d. A person who discovers old places.
ANALOGY Direction: Each question below consists of a related pairs of words or phrases, followed by five lettered pairs of words or phrases, Select the lettered pair that best expresses a relationship similar to that expressed in the original pair. Q-5 FISH a. Ocean b. Mammal c. Bird d. Antenna e. Stag : : : : : : TROUT wave whale aviary insect doe
ANTONYM Direction: In each of the following antonym questions, a word printed in capital letters precedes five lettered words or phrases. From these five lettered words or phrases, pick the one most nearly opposite in meaning to the capitalized word. Because some of the questions require you to distinguish fine shades of meaning, be sure to consider all the choices before deciding which one is best. Q-6 GRANDIOSE a. c. e. docile simple and unimposing uncommunicative b. d. unlikely to occur light in weight
Read the brief text and then tick the best answer. Q-7 Kilims are one of the unknown arts of Turkey. These smooth floor coverings, are fine examples of folk art. The weaver works on making colorful designs, or patterns, out of pieces of wool. Sitting at a small, simple loom outside her house, she makes something both useful and beautiful. The product of her work will both warm and brighten her home. It would also interest the art collector of a faraway country. A kilim is a: a. person b. place c. thing
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in pounds. It cannot be determined from the information given.QUANTITATIVE (General Maths) Q-8 If abc = 1. III. D if it is impossible to determine which quantity is greater. -1 b. 1 1 c. 3 e. II and III Q-11 Last year Jose sold a painting for $2000. 1 II. II and III c. I only I. If 20 students are taking both chemistry and biology. 2 III. 5 4 d. C if the two quantities are equal. d. B 2 of the distance in 135 3 d. If she drove minutes. 5! – 4! . what is the value of c? a. 192 c. $1600 d. which of the following could be the number of integers among a. 60 It cannot be determined from the information given. in miles per hour? a. d.4 pounds. If 5c + 3 = 3c + 5. 3 a. e. Which of the following are equal to I. 67. what was her average speed. e. 1 Q-14 Q-15 The distance between Ali’s house and college is exactly 135 miles. e. n! represents the product of the first n positive integers. 232 e. If no student weighs less than 130 pounds and if no two student’s weights are within 5 pounds of each other. 48 d. 25 3 c. 5 c. how much had he paid for the painting? a. If he made a 25% profit on the sale. Q-9 Column A The product of the integers from -7 to 3 Q-10 Column B The product of the integers from -3 to 7 For any positive integer n > 1. 202 d. none I and III only b. Q-12 It cannot be determined from the information given.3! I only I and III only II. 25 2 b. $2500 At Essex High School 100 students are taking chemistry and 80 students are taking biology. 10 ! ? 8! 5 ! 4 ! c. diagonal AC makes a 30° angle with side AD. 50 e. what is the area of the rectangle? a. e. b. 4 3 Q-13 The average (arithmetic mean) weight of five students is 150. b.5 SAMPLE A 30° 10 Q-16 In rectangle ABCD above. 3! = 1 x 2 x 3 = 6. 45 c. 3 4 b. If AC = 10. 172 b. B if the quantity in Column B is greater. what is the ratio of the number of students taking only chemistry to the number taking only biology? a. 40 b. and c? I. that any one of the students can weight? a. 100 E D A b° 10 10 B a° C 10 F BBA. I and II only Direction for Q No 9: A if the quantity in Column A is greater. a. III only 15(3!) II only I. 0 d. what is the most. $2400 e.Page 2 of 3 PAPER C D . $1500 c. For example. $1200 b.
180 c. 40% d. 4 white. 110 35. 36% c. What is the least number of marbles he must remove to be sure that he has at least 1 marble of each color? a. 120. e. BBA.Q-17 In the figure above. 25% b. South ? a. 220 10 c. What is the probability that the number on the slip Sally drew was odd? a. what percent of the total sales do the sales of model A represent? a. 135 b. 24. 60. 30. 8 d. 10 e. 1 7 4 7 c. 10. Q-18 1 9 1 2 b. East b. 225 e. and Sally drew 1 slip at random. 180 5 d. I went to 10 m to the east. 210 d. 50% e. the number 3 on 3 slips of paper. C is the only point that right triangle ABC and square CDEF have in common. 270 Heidi wrote the number 1 on 1 slip of paper. c. d. b. South East c. a. 12 Model A B Number Sold (1000’s) ⊕⊕ ⊕ ⊕ ⊕ ⊕ ⊕ ⊕ ⊕ ⊕⊕ ⊕ ⊕ ⊕ ⊕ ⊕ ⊕ ⊕ ⊕ Q-20 If the selling price of model B is 60% more than the selling price of model A. 210 2 If RIGHMG is code word for PLEASE what should be the code for SLEEP: a. and blue marbles. Jason begins removing marbles from the bad at random. 3 7 Q-19 A bag contains 3 red. 60% INTELLIGENCE TEST Q-21 Q-22 Q-23 6. 3 b. c. 6 c. b.Page 3 of 3 PAPER Q-26 SAMPLE . All the slips of paper were placed in a bag. 25. d. e. 20. one at a time. What is the value of A+B? a. Q-24 Q-25 a b. CHMGG c. MIGGR b. ? a. and the number 6 on 6 slips of paper. u d. CRIMG d. x c. z HIMMR b. the number 4 on 4 slips of paper. then turned south and covered 5 m then turned east and covered 10 m. _______ a. 15 k z i y h ________: a. South West d. 15. the number 5 on 5 slips of paper. the number 2 on 2 slips of paper. In which direction am I from the starting point. d.