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Each question has 5 answer options: A, B, C, D and E; of which only 1 is correct.

(i) Numerical Aptitude Test: This has 15 questions. Each question has 5 answer options: A, B, C, D and E; of which only 1 is correct. Do NOT mark on the test sheet. An answer sheet titled Numerical Aptitude Test Answer Sheet has been provided with the test sheet. Mark the right answer on the answer sheet using a pen / pencil.

(ii) Analytical Ability Test: This has 15 questions. Each question has 5 answer options: A, B, C, D and E; of which only 1 is correct. Do NOT mark on the test sheet. An answer sheet titled Analytical Ability Test Answer Sheet has been provided with the test sheet. Mark the right answer on the answer sheet using a pen / pencil.

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Test
Section: Mathematics 1. The town of Cochin received rainfall from 7:00 AM to 11:00 AM of 2.25 inches. At 11:00 AM the rain increased to fall at a rate of 1.25 in. every two hours. How many inches of rain landed on the ground by 5:00 PM? a. b. c. d. e. 7 9.75 6 3.25 7.125

2. The owner of a hobby store needed to calculate the percentage of customers who purchase wood glue. Upon completing his survey, he noticed that 60% of the people that entered his store purchased an item. Of those customers, 15 percent purchased wood glue. What percent of the people that entered the store purchased wood glue? a. b. c. d. e. 8% 7% 9% 12% 15%

3. If 1/x = 3.5. then 1/(x+2) = a. b. c. d. e. 7/9 16/7 7/16 9/7 7/4

4. A store owner is packing small radios into larger boxes that measure 25 in. by 42 in. by 60 in. If the measurement of each radio is 7 in. by 6 in. by 5 in., then how many radios can be placed in the box? a. b. c. d. e. 300 325 400 420 480

5. Frank is 15 years younger then John. In 5 years John will be twice as old as Frank. How old will Frank be in four years? a. b. c. d. e. 8 10 12 14 16

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6. A store owner decided to raise the price of a particular item by exactly 10%. Of the following which is NOT the new price? a. b. c. d. e. \$1.10 \$8.80 \$11.00 \$57.30 \$78.10

7. The price of a candy bar is Rs.1.00. The price of a ten pack of the same candy bar is Rs. 7.40. The ten pack of candy bars is what percentage cheaper then purchasing ten candy bars individually? a. b. c. d. e. 18% 26% 32% 48% The prices are the same.

8. In a certain department store, which has four sizes of a specific shirt, there are 1/3 as many small shirts as medium shirts, and 1/2 as many large shirts as small shirts. If there are as many x-large shirts as large shirts, what percent of the shirts in the store are medium? a. b. c. d. e. 10% 25% 33% 50% 60%

9. A new apartment complex purchased 60 toilets and 20 shower heads. If the price of a toilet is three times the price of a shower head, what percent of the total cost was the cost of all the shower heads? a. b. c. d. e. 9% 10% 11% 13% 15%

10. A car averages 55 mph for the first 4 hours of a trip and averages 70 mph for each additional hour. The average speed for the entire trip was 60 mph. How many hours long is the trip? a. b. c. d. e. 6 8 11 12 14

11. (165)2 - (164)2 = a. b. c. d. e. 1 100 229 329 349

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12. If the ticket sales (lets call that s) for a company increases 25% to 60 tickets sold, then 60 - s =: a. b. c. d. e. 7 12 18 30 48

13. Lenny's average score after 3 tests is 88. What score on the 4th test would bring Lenny's average up to exactly 90? a. b. c. d. e. 92 93 94 95 96

14. If 6% of x is 7.5, then 36% of x equals a. b. c. d. e. 36 42 45 48 54

15. In a downtown building, there are 6 floors and the number of rooms on each floor is R. If each room has exactly C chairs, which of the following gives the total number of chairs in the building? a. b. c. d. e. 6R+C 6R + 6C 6/RC 6RC .6RC

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Section: Analytical 1. In the earliest stages of common law, a party could have their case heard by a judge only upon the payment of a fee to the court, and then only if the case fit into one of the forms for which there existed a writ. At first the number of such formalized cases of action was very small, but judges invented new forms which brought more cases and greater revenues. Which of the following conclusions is most strongly suggested by the paragraph above? a. In most early cases, the plaintiff rather than the defendant prevailed. b. One of the motivating forces for the early expansion in judicial power was economic considerations. c. The first common law decisions were inconsistent with one another and did not form a coherent body of law. d. Early judges often decided cases in an arbitrary and haphazard manner. e. The judiciary at first had greater power than either the legislature or the executive. 2. A genealogist has determined that A, B, C, D, E, F, and G are the father, the mother, the aunt, the brother, the sister, the wife, and the daughter of Z, but she has been unable to determine which person has which status. She knows:

C and D are of the same sex A and B are not of the same sex F was born before A D is not the mother of Z.

i. How many of the seven people - A, B, C, D, E, F, and G are female? a. b. c. d. e. 3 4 5 6 7

ii. Which of the following must be true? a. b. c. d. e. A is female. B is female. C is female. D is male. F is male.

iii. If G is the daughter of Z, which of the following must be true? a. b. c. d. e. A and C are of the same sex. A and D are of the same sex. C is not of the same sex as B. E is not of the same sex as F. F is not the same sex as G.

iv. If A and D are sisters, all of the following must be true EXCEPT a. b. c. d. e. B is a male. A is Z's mother. D is Z's aunt. G is Z's daughter. F is not Z's brother.

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v. If E is B's grandfather, then which of the following must be true? a. b. c. d. e. 3. E is B's aunt. Z is C's son. A is Z's brother. D is F's husband. C is B's aunt.

For a panel of professors to asses the State of the Union Message on public TV, the producer must choose two Republicans and two Democrats. At least one professor must be an economist and at least one military expert.

Available Republican's are Alan, Brown, Caldwell, Darvey, and Elzer. Available Democrat's are Francis, Garland, Humes, and Indroff. Caldwell, Francis, and Garland are economist. Darvey and Indroff are military experts. Francis will not sit in the same room with Caldwell, and will take part only if Alan is on the panel. Darvey refuses to take part with Garland, Elzer refuses to take part with Indroff.

i. Which of the following is NOT an acceptable panel a. b. c. d. e. Francis, Humes, Alan, Darvey Frances, Indroff, Alan, Darvey Garland, Humes, Alan, Caldwell Garland, Indroff, Alan, Caldwell Humes, Indroff, Brown, Caldwell

ii. If Alan and Brown are chosen as the Republican's, who can be chosen as the Democrats? a. b. c. d. e. Francis and Indroff only. Francis and Indroff or Garland and Indroff. Francis and Garland or Garland and Humes only. Francis and Indroff, Garland, an Indroff, or Humes and Indroff. Garland and Humes, Garland and Indroff, or Humes and Indroff.

iii. If Garland is chosen, which of the following must be true? I. Any acceptable panel must contain Indroff. II. Any acceptable panel must contain Alan. III. There is no acceptable panel which contains Brown. a. b. c. d. e. I only I, II, and III II only I and II only II and III only

iv. How many acceptable panels can the producer put together? a. b. c. d. e. 5 6 7 8 9

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v. Which of the following pairs cannot be part of an acceptable panel? I. Francis and Garland II. Brown, and Darvey III. Caldwell and Darvey a. b. c. d. e. 4. I only III only I and II only II and III only I, II, and III But the number of flights has increased by 25% in the last 5 years. The statement above would be a logical rebuttal to which of the following claims? a. Airline ticket prices have increased so fast in the last five years that some people who could once afford to fly no longer can. b. More air travelers are taking short trip, commuter flights. The average number of miles per flight has decreased by 30% in the last five years. c. The flight industry is being taken over by a few large airlines. There are 20% fewer airlines today then there were five years ago. d. Flying is getting more unsafe. The number of airplane accidents per year has increased by 10% in the last five years. e. The airlines must be losing money. The cost of jet fuel has tripled in the last five years. 5. Five racing drivers, Alan, Bob, Chris, Don, and Eugene, enter into a contest that consists of 6 races. The results of all six races are listed below:

Bob always finishes ahead of Chris. Alan finishes either first or last. Eugene finishes either first or last. There are no ties in any race. Every driver finishes each race.

If Eugene finishes two places ahead of Chris in the first race, all of the following will be true EXCEPT: a. b. c. d. e. Bob finishes ahead of Don. Chris finishes two places ahead of Alan. Don finishes fourth. Bob finishes immediately behind Eugene. Chris finishes ahead of Bob.

6. Jane works at a fashion design company, and is having problems getting dressed for work. She refuses to wear any color combination that does not go well together as many of her clients may look down upon this. She has two pairs of skirts, brown and blue; three blouses, white, sky blue, and gray; four pairs of stockings, red, black, brown, and blue; and two pairs of shoes, black and brown. The blue skirt cannot be worn with red or brown stockings. Gray does not go well with brown. Black does not go well with brown. If Jane wears black shoes she will not wear:

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a. b. c. d. e.

red stockings. a blue skirt. a white blouse. blue stockings. a sky blue blouse.

7. Jane works at a fashion design company, and is having problems getting dressed for work. She refuses to wear any color combination that does not go well together as many of her clients may look down upon this. She has two pairs of skirts, brown and blue; three blouses, white, sky blue, and gray; four pairs of stockings, red, black, brown, and blue; and two pairs of shoes, black and brown. The blue skirt cannot be worn with red or brown stockings. Gray does not go well with brown. Black does not go well with brown. If Jane wears a brown skirt and a white blouse, she could: a. b. c. d. e. not wear blue stockings. not wear brown shoes. not wear black shoes. wear blue stockings. wear red stockings.

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Section: Verbal Skills Select the most appropriate replacement for the underlined phrase 1. Upon appearing first as a tiny speck in the night sky, some comets can eventually grow quite large in appearance. a. b. c. d. e. 2. Upon appearing Appearing The appearance of When appearing To appear

Because global warming is increasing the sea level, alternative ways to utilize waterfront land ought to be explored. a. b. c. d. e. alternative ways to utilize alternative ways of utilization of alternatives to using alternatives of use of alternative utilizations for

3.

This book has been laying here for weeks. a. b. c. d. e. laying here for weeks. laying here weeks. laying down here for weeks. lieing here for weeks. lying here for weeks.

4.

You need not go unless you want to. a. b. c. d. e. You need not go unless you want to. You don't need to go not unless you want to. You need go not unless you want to. You need not go in case unless you want to. You can go not unless you want to.

5.

Honor as well as profit are to be gained by this work. a. b. c. d. e. Honor as well as profit are to be gained by this work. Honor as well as profit is to be gained by this work. Honor in addition to profit are to be gained by this work. Honor, as well as profit, are to be gained by this work. Honor also profit is to be gained by this work.

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Finding the book on top of the desk, it was placed on the shelf with the others by the librarian. a. b. c. d. e. it was placed on the shelf with the others by the librarian. it was placed with the others on the shelf by the librarian. the librarian placed it on the shelf with the others. and placing it on the shelf with the others by the librarian. it was placed on the shelf with the others by the librarian.

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7.

Keeping to the high roads, running as fast as she could, as well as not stopping for rest, allowed her to make the trip in record time. a. b. c. d. e. , as well as not stopping for rest, as well as not stopping for rest , and not stopping for rest , not stopping for rest, stopping not for rest

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Is it historically verifiable that Abraham Lincoln wrote the Gettysburg Address while riding to Gettysburg on a scrap of paper? a. b. c. d. e. while riding to Gettysburg on a scrap of paper? as he rode to Gettysburg on a scrap of paper? on a scrap of paper while riding to Gettysburg? on a scrap of paper while he rode to Gettysburg? while riding to Gettysburg on a buggy?

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After he graduated college, he entered law school. a. b. c. d. e. After he graduated college, After he was graduated from college, When he graduated college, After he graduated school As he was graduated from college,

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I don't do well in those kinds of tests a. b. c. d. e. I don't I don't I don't I don't I don't do do do do do well in those kinds of tests. well in those kind of tests. good in those kinds of tests. good in those kind of tests. good in tests like those.

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