AMCAT Questions asked in 2017 Part 2

  1. Which
    number should be multiplied by 43 so that it will have 3 prime
    factors ?
    2 3 6 8
6
is the answer.because 43*6=43*2*3,so that it will have 3 prime
factors.
  1. The
    population of town increases by 10% in first year,it increases 20%
    by second,it decreases by 5% in third.what will be the population
    after 3 years…if today it is 2 lakh?
    population after 3 year =
    2 lakh (1+10/100)*(1+20/100)*(1-5/100)
    =
    200000*(11/10)*(6/5)*(19/20)
    250800
  2. in
    an exam, the average was found to be x marks. after deducting
    erroe,the avg marks of 94 candidates got reduced from 84 to 64.the
    avg thus came down by 18/8 marks…the number of candidates who took
    the exam were..
    let total student =y
    average marks= x
    total
    marks=x*y
    (x*y-(84-64)*94)/y=x-18/8
    x-1880/y=x-18/8
    1880/y=18/8
    y=1880*8/18
    y=835
  3. A
    group of people has six family members
    and an advocate. These are L, M, N, O, P, Q and R and
    having different
    professions. Each one of them is a journalist,
    businessman, architect,
    doctor and pilot but not necessarily in this order. There are three
    males and three females in the family out of which there are two 
    married
    couples. M is a businessman and is the father of P. Q is a doctor
    and grandfather of P who is a male. N is a housewife and
    is daughter-in-law
    of O. L is neither a pilot nor a journalist. R is an advocate.
    N is not the mother of P and M is married but not to O. No lady
    is a journalist.
    1. Which of the following groups represents the
    three ladies in the group?
    2. Who is married to Q?
    3. Who
    among the following family members is an architect?
    4. Which of
    the following is the profession of P?
    5. How is Q related to
    O?
    1.L,N,O
    2.O
    3.L
    4.JOURNALIST
    5.Q is a husband of O
  4. Ashok
    sold a tv and a dvd . He sold a tv at 4% loss and dvd at 16% profit.
    On the whole he made nither a proofit nor loss. Had he sold the tv
    at 16% profit and dvd at 4% loss. He would have made a profit of rs.
    2700 on the whole. Find the total cost price?
    Let CP of tv be x
    and CP of dvd be y.
    1st case:
    tv -> sold at 4% loss. so SP
    = (100-4)/100*CP => SP = 96x/100
    dvd -> sold at 16% profit,
    so SP = (100+16)/100*CP => SP = 116y/100
    Total CP = x + y and
    SP = 96x/100 + 116y/100
    Zero profit or loss, so SP = CP, Solving
    it we get x = 4y 
    2nd
    case:
    tv -> sold at 16% profit. so SP = 116x/100
    dvd ->
    sold at 4% loss. SP = 96y/100
    Total SP = 116x/100 + 96y/100
    Now,
    net profit is Rs.2700 
    so
    SP – CP = 2700
    Frame the equation and solve for x and y.
    x =
    18000
    y = 4500
    total CP => x + y = 22500
  5. A
    person lent Rs. 8000 at a rate of 15% p.a. compound interest. What
    is the interest received after 3 years?
    4167 Rs.
    Compounded
    Interest after 3 years=8000[(1+(15/100)^3) -8000]=8000[1.15^3
    -1]=8000*1.520875=4167
  6. In
    a class of 75 students 10 play only cricket,15 play only football, 8
    play only cricket & football, 4 play only cricket &
    basketball, and 4 play all three sports. How many students do not
    play any of the three games?
    a) 27 b) 7 c) 12 d) 23 e) Data
    inadeqquate
    how many basketball player are there didnt
    mentioned… so e) data inadequate
  7. A
    Man income is twice his expenditure. His expenditure is thrice is
    his savings His savings are half his tax payments. What is his
    income?
    a) Twice his taxes
    b) 200 % more than his taxes
    c)
    300 % more than his taxes
    d) Eight times his savings
    LET
    INCOME =I, EXP=E, SAVINGS=S, TAX=T
    GIVEN, I=2E
    E=3S
    S=1/2
    OF T
    NOW I=2*3*(1/2) of T = 3T
    THAT MEANS 300% OF T OR TAX.
    SO
    ANS IS OPTION C.
  8. director,
    he, said, would————– the matter at once
    A.
    invigilator B.explore C.investigate D.survey
  9. If Sam
    sold a television at 8% discount and earned profit of 38%. How much
    profit would he have earned had he not offered any discount?
    a)
    46% b) 30% c) 50% d) 33.33%
let
cp b 100
profit % after discount is 38 % so
sp after discount
is 138
now, discounted price is 138
discount is 8% so, 138 is
92% of actual sp.
act. sp is 138*100/92
act. sp = 150.
cp is
100
sp is 150
profit without discount is 50%
1)
WORSEN (OPPOSITE) 
0
complicate 0 relieve 0 intensify 0 aggravate
2) We were thinking
_________ it ________ something like a requiem for our age 
O
for, because  O
for, as  O
of,since  O
of,as 
3)
Do not move towards the car _________ yo&ve finished your
milk 
1)as  2)while  3)
until  4)inspite
4)
Anita was not happy with the banks interest rate policy They offered
a fixed rate on all loans while she wanted a _________ rate 
0
moving  0
floating  0
free  0
market 
5)INViNCIBLE
(OPPOSITE) 
O
Voluble  O
Victorous  O
Vulnerable  O
Visible
6)We want to become internationally _____ in terms of
technological research 
O
Equipped  O
Great  O
Renowned  0
Notonous  O
Familiar 
7)In
the first ten years after the _____ of the UGC Act, eight
institutions were granted deemed university status 
O
lmplification  O
Enactment  O
Statement  O
Issue 
8)_____
being poor, Kaveri still dresses more appropriately than most of her
group mates 
O
Despite  O
Although  O
Since O However 
9) FOOlISHLY
(OPPOSiTE) 
0
Shrewdly  0
Cannily  0
Wisely  0
Astutely 
10) We
have to 
P
as we see it 
Q
speak the truth 
R:
there is falsehood and darkness 
S:
even if all around us 
O
RQSP  O
QRPS  O
RSQP  O
QPSR 
1.RELIEVE
2.OF,AS 3.UNTIL 4.MARKET 5.VULNERABLE 6.RENOWNED 7.ENACTMENT
8.DESPITE 9.WISELY 10.QPSR
1)
Introducing
a woman. a man said. Her husband is the only son of my father How is
the woman related to the man? 
0
Sister  0
Mother-in-law  0
Daughter  0
Wife 
2)
the
answer option that arranges the given set of words in the most
minimal order The words when put in order should make logical sense
according to size, quality, quantity, occurrence of events, value,
appearance, nature, process etc 
Question 
1
Tree  2
Wood  3
Plant  4
Seed  5,
Furniture 
O
3.4.2,1,5  O
3.4.1,2,5  O
4.1.3.2,5  O
4,3,1,2,5 
3)
he
question consists of a problem question followed by two statements
land Ii Find out if the information given in the statement(s) is
sufficient in finding the solution to the problem 
Question 
Problem
question What is Mohans rank in the class? 
Statements 
I)
There are thirty students in the class 
II)
There are six girls who have scored less than Mohan 
O
Statement I alone is sufficient in answering the problem question 
O
Statement II alone is sufficient in answering the problem
question 
Both
statements put together are sufficient in answering the problem
question 
O
Both the statements even put together are not sufficient in answenng
the problem question 
O
Either of the statement is sufficient in answering the problem
question 
4)
The
question consists of a problem question followed by two statements
land Ii Find out if the information given in the statement(s) is
sufficient in finding the so4ution to the problem 
Problem
question Who is the fastest among the three workers X. Y and
Z7 
Statements 
I)
X and V together take 12 minutes to paint a room 
II)
X. Y and Z together can complete the work in 17 minutes 

O
Statement I alone is sufficient in answering the problem question 
O
Statement II alone is sufficient in answering the problem
question 
Both
statements put together are sufficient in answering the problem
question 
O
Both the statements even put together are not sufficient in answenng
the problem question 
O
Either of the statement is sufficient in answering the problem
question 

5)
B
has a sister A B is the daughter of C Cs father is P How is A related
to P? 

6)
A
lady runs 18 kms towards east and then 24 kms towards north How far
is she from her starting point and in which direction? 
0
42 kms north-east  0
42 kms east  0
6 kms east  O
30 kms north-east 

7)
Excessive
amounts of mercury in drinking water, associated with certain types
of industrial pollution have been shown to cause HobsoWs disease
Island L has an economy
based entirety on subsistence level agriculture, modern industry of
any kind is unknown The inhabitants of Island I have unusually high
incidence of Hobsons
disease 
o
Mercury in drinking water is actually perfectly safe 
0
Mercury in drinking water must have sources other than industrial
pollution 
Hobsons
disease must have causes other than mercury in drinking water 
O
Both options (1) and (2) 
O
Both options (3) and (2) 
8)
Choose
the answer option that arranges the given set of words in the most
meaninul order The words when put in order should make logical sense
according to size, quality, quantity, occurrence of events. value,
appearance, nature, process etc 
Question 
1
Lion 2Dog  3
Duck 4
Insect 5.
Deer 

O
4.2,3,5,1 O
4.2.3.1.5 O
4.3.2.5,1 O
4.3.2.1,5
9)
The question consists of a problem question
followed by two statements land Ii Find out if the information given
in the statement(s) is sufficient in finding the so4ution to the
problem 
Question 
Problem
question How many sisters does Mamta have 
Statements 
I)
Mamta does not have any brother 
II)
Mamtas mother has four daughters 
O
Statement I alone is sufficient in answering the problem question 
O
Statement II alone is sufficient in answering the problem
question 
Both
statements put together are sufficient in answering the problem
question 
O
Both the statements even put together are not sufficient in answenng
the problem question 
O
Either of the statement is sufficient in answering the problem
question 
10)
The
question consists of a problem question followed by two statements
land Ii Find out if the information given in the statement(s) is
sufficient in finding the so4ution to the problem 
Question 
The
salaries of A and B are in the ratio 2:3 What is the salary of
A? 
Statements 
I)
The salary of B is Rs 8000 
II)
The total salary of A and B is Rs 15000 
O
Statement I alone is sufficient in answering the problem question 
O
Statement II alone is sufficient in answering the problem
question 
Both
statements put together are sufficient in answering the problem
question 
O
Both the statements even put together are not sufficient in answenng
the problem question 
O
Either of the statement is sufficient in answering the problem
question 
1)wife
2)4,3,1,2,5 3) 3 4)2 5)granddaughter 6) 4 7)3 8) 4.3.2.1,5 9)2 10)1
  1. 1)
    Jaya
    bought a car woth Rs 3,50,000 four years ago If the value of the car
    depreciates overtime at a fixed rate of 10% per annum, then what
    will be the present woth of the car? 
    0
    Rs 2, 29, 63S  0
    Rs 2. 50, 000  O
    Rs 2, 30. 000  O
    Rs 2, 55, 150 
    2)
    In
    an examination inohing quantitative aptitude and logical reasoning.
    65% examinees cleared quantitative aptitude test while 70% cleared
    logical reasoning test If 50% examinees passed both the tests. then
    how many failed in both tests? 
    0
    35%  0
    15%  0
    30%  0
    20% 
    3)
    The
    number of ways in which 8 different flowers can be strung to form a
    garland so that 4 parbcular flowers are never separated are? 
    0
    960  0
    2880  0
    288  0
    576 
    4)
    If
    the LCM and HCF of two numbers are 78 and 13 respectively, the
    product of two numbers can be expressed as: 
    0
    2x3x13x11  0
    2x3x13x12  0
    2x3x13x13  O
    2x3x13x14 
    5)
    In
    a class of 80 students. 4/5 of them own cars If 15/16 of them own
    Alto then how many own alto?  0
    64  0
    20  0
    60  0
    Data Inconsistent 
    6)
    A
    man can complete a job in 12 days and his wife can complete the same
    job in 15 days How long will they take to complete the job if they
    work together? 
    7)
    Divide the sum of 3/5 and 8/11 by their difference 
    8)
    Given
    that the interest is only earned on principal, if an investment of
    Rs 100000 amounts to Rs 144000 in two years. then what is the rate
    of interest earned? 
    0
    20%  0
    22%  0
    21%  0
    11%  0
    44% 
    9)
    A
    water filter takes 40 minutes to filter 20 litres of water Another
    filter of same specifications takes 30 minutes to filter the same
    amount of water If both the filters are used at the same time, then
    how long will it take them to filter 70 litres of water? 
The
first water filter can filter 20 L in 40 mins. => In 1 min it can
filter 20/40 L = 1/2 L
The second filter can filter 20 L in 30
mins => In 1 min it can filter 20/30 L = 2/3 L
Now in 1 min
together they can filter ( 1/2 + 2/3 ) L = 7/6 L
So they can
filter 7/6 L in 1 min.
Therefore they can filter 1 L in 6/7
mins.
and hence 70L in 6/7 * 70 mins = 60 mins ,i.e., 1
hour
Answer: 1 hour
10)
Parulis one-fifth the age her mother
was 15 years ago and Parurs brother is three-fifth the age his mother
was 10 years ago If the sum of Parul and her brother’s ages is 31.
then how old is Parurs mother? 
0
50  0
40  0
35  0
60 
ans
for 10 is a.) 50
Acc. to ques,
let present age of parul’s
mother is ‘x’
given condition (x-15)/5+3(x-10)/5=31
on solving
this we get x=50 parul’s mother age
  1. 1)
    Abu
    company provides taxi for call center employees The company has 7
    Taveras. 5 Qualis. 6 Innovas and few small cars ltTavera makes one
    fourth of the total fieet how many small cars are there in the
    company?  0
    12  0
    7 0 6  0
    10 
    2)
    Namita
    has 4.2 kg of flour. She has been asked to make 5 cup cakes out of
    every 1/2 kg of flour How many cup cakes can she bake out of the
    flour she has? 
    0
    21  0
    24  0
    30  0
    42 
    3)
    What
    are the number of ways of selecting 7 files out of 14 distinct files
    if one is always selected? 0
    14C7  0
    13C6 0 1 0
    14P7  0
    13 P6
    4)
    Sangeeta invested Rs. 20.000 at 8% per annum. If the
    interest is compounded half yeady, then total interest earned by
    Sangeeta at the end of the year is: 
    0
    Rs 1,632  0
    Rs 1.600  0
    Rs 1.800  0
    Rs 1475 
4.
For half yearly solution, R=8/2=4%.
And
time=2*T=2*1=2.
So,Interest= 20000(1+4/100)^2-20000
=1632
rupees.
5)
Find n if (2^228/2n) = 512 
0
219  0
218  O
237 0
None of the above 
5.given
2^228/2n =512
2^228/2n=2^9 (since bases are same powers must be
equated.)
228/2n=9
228/2*9=12.644 .so ans is none of the
above.
6)
The average age of the state level cricket team of
eleven is 22 years The average age gets increased by 1 year when the
coach age is also included, What is the 
age
o(the coach?  0
34  0
23  0
30  0
40 
7)
When
a local train travels at a speed of 60 kmph, it reaches the
destination on time When the same train travels at speed of 50 kmph.
it reaches its destination 15 minutes late What is the length of
journey? 
0
75km  0
50km  0
60km  0
85km 
7.
s=60*t
s=50*(t+15/60)
=> 60t=50(t+1/4)
soln=>t=5/4
so
S=60*(5/4)=75(ans)

1.
(1/4)x=7 so x=28
no of small cars =28-7-5-6=10
2. 5 per 0.5 kg
so 
total
=(4.2/0.5)*0.5 =42
3.combination used hence 14C7
6. let age of
coach be x
(22*11+x)/12 =23
so x=34
  1. 1)
    A
    man runs 4 km towards noth. then 20 km towards east Then he runs 4
    km towards south How far is he from his Initial position’? 
    0
    4 km  0
    20km
      0
    24km  0
    16km 

    2)
    message inferred From Chennat to Himachal Pradesh. the new culture
    vultures are tearing clown acres of India’s architectural
    treasures Ancestral owners are often fobbed on with a few hundred
    rupees for an exquisitely carved door or window, which fetches flfty
    times that much from foreign dealers and yet more from the drawing
    shop sophisticates of the Western Countries The reason for such
    shameless rape of the Indian architectural wealth can perhaps not
    wrongly, be attributed to the unfortunate blend of activist disunity
    and the local indifference. 
    1)Most
    Indian families have heirlooms which can be sold at high prices to
    Europeans and Americans 
    2)Only
    Indians are not proud of their cultural heritage and are hungry for
    foreign currency that is easily available in return of
    artifacts 
    3)The
    environment created by the activist disunity and local indifference
    is the reason for antique dealers to strive in India 
    4)India
    provides a rich market for unscrupulous antique dealers 

    3)
    ARRANGE
    1 Tractor 
    2
    Yacht 
    3
    Bicycle 
    4
    Truck 
    5
    Car 
    1)1.3.5.4.2 
    2)3,1.4.5.2 
    3)3.5.1.4.2 
    4)3.1.4,2.5 

    4)
    Sharmila
    is a chemistry teacher She forgot to bring her time-table and now
    wants to find out the schedule for XI-B She knows that there are
    four subjects taught – Physics. Chemistry. Mathematics and Biology –
    in four consecutive periods or one hour each starting from 9 00 a m
    At what time is the 
    Chemistry
    penod scheduled? 
    Statements
    :
    I Mathematics period ended at 11 00 a m which was preceded by
    Biology 
    II
    Physics was scheduled in the last period 
    OPTIONS
    ARE:
    1)I alone is sufficient while II alone is not
    sufficient 
    2)II
    alone is sufficient while I alone is not sufficient 
    3)Either
    I or II s sufficient 
    4)Neither
    I nor Ills sufficient 
    5)Both
    I and II together are sufficienT
    5 is ans. 9-10 … 10-11 …
    11-12 … 12-1
    from I: Math Bio
    from II: Phys
    so Chem is at
    first prd both I & II are required

  2. 1)
    4.
    28 and 3 .28 are two numbers on a real number line If 1 is added to
    both the numbers then which of the rollowing is true’
    0
    Distance between the two new numbers is 2 units more than the
    distance between 4.28 and -3.28
    o Distance between the two new
    numbers is 2 units less than the distance between 4. 28 and -3
    .28 
    0
    Distance between the two new numbers is equal to the distance
    between 4. 28 and -3.28 
    0
    None of the above
    2)
    Mayank is going on a hohday tflp He wants
    to pack 3 t-shirts from 5 t-.shirts he has In how many ways can he
    make his choice? 
    0
    15  0
    10  0
    8 0 20 
    3)
    A
    number is to be multiplied by the fraction 4/5 But Samir, by mistake
    multiplied it by 5/4 and obtained the number 81 more than the
    correct one What was the original number 
    0
    200  0
    120  0
    180  0
    240 
    4)
    Which
    of the following numbers is divisible by 3×4
    0 946  0
    947  0
    948  0
    949 
    5)
    A
    group of 16 is to be made out of 8 girls and 6 boys What is the
    probability that exactly 3 boys are selected’ 
    1)(8C3
    * 6C3 ) / 14C6  2)3/4  3)1/2  4)
    8C3/14C6
    6)
    Express 0 824 as a fraction of the smallest
    form 
    1)103/125  2)4/25  3)102/125  4)17/20 
    7)
    iF
    6^(x-3)=6^ (x-5) ,then what ist hevalue OF X
    1)2  2)No
    value will agree  3)7  4)-1
8)
One
third of a two digit number exceeds its one fourth by 7 What is the
sum of digits of the number?  0
72  0
84  0
15  0
12 
9)
Every
member of housing society contributed as much amount as there are
number of members in the society The president added Rs 150 extra
from his side to make the total of Rs 2.650 How many members are
there in the housing society 
0
25  0
50  0
60  0
35 
1.B 2.B 3.C 4.C 5.D 6.A 7.B 8.D 9.B
  1. 1)
    LACE
    (synomyn)
    0 Paper  0
    Cloth  0
    Wood  0
    Person 
    2)
    INSIDIOUS
    (synomyn)
    0 Insightful  0
    Sinister  0
    Sincere  0
    Naive 
    3)
    HUMOROUS
    (OPPOSITE) 
    0
    Entertaining  0
    Witty  0
    Comical  0
    Depressing 
    4)
    IMMINENT
    (OPPOSITE) 
    0
    Impending  0
    Eminent  0
    Pending  0
    Distant 
    5)
    The
    sentences given in the question when property sequenced form a
    coherent paragraph Each sentence is labelled with a number Choose
    the most logical order of sentences from among the four given
    choices to construct a coherent paragraph 
    Question

    1
    A study to this effect suggests that the average white-collar worker
    demonstrates only about twenty-five per cent listening efficiency 
    2
    However for trained and good listeners It is not unusual to use all
    the three approaches during a selling thus Improving listening
    efficiency 
    3.
    There are three approaches to listening listening for comprehension.
    listening for empathy and listening for evaluation 
    4
    Although we spend nearly half of each communication interaction
    listening, we do not listen well. 
    5.
    Each approach has a particular emphasis that may help us to receive
    and process information In different settings 
    0
    15432  0
    23451  0
    35241  0
    43215 
    1.
    B 2. B 3. D 4. D 5. C
  2. 1)
    If
    DELHI is coded as 34178. what is the code for MUMBAI 
    1)202801  2)
    202108  3)202018  4)
    202081 
    2)
    Building:
    Bricks ::Flower: 
    O
    Seed  O
    Fruit  O
    Honey  O
    Petals 
    3)
    A
    player ‘X’ stands 50 yards away from “Y’ in the West He
    moves 10 yards straight towards South and then turns Eastward going
    up to 50 yards, while Y also comes down Southward and meets X at the
    same point How tar Is Y from his original posit,on 
    0
    50 yards  O
    40 yards  0
    20 yards  0
    10 yards 
    4)
    I
    was facing West I turned 125° in the cIockwse direction and 10° in
    the anticlockwise direction Which direction am I facing
    now 
    1)North-West  2)
    East  3)
    North  4)North-East 
    5)
    arrange in meaningful order
    1 Probation  2
    Interview  3
    Selection  4
    Appointment letter  5
    Advertisement 
    6
    Application 
    O
    5.6.234.1  O
    5.6.3.2.41  O
    5.6.4.2.3.1  O
    6.5.4.3.2.1 
    1)2 2)4 3)4 4)1 5)1
  3. 1)
    When
    40 is subtracted from 50% of a number, the result is 50% of 500 Find
    one-tenth of the number 
    1)29  2)58  3)
    75  4)
    87 
    2)
    in
    a mall. 20% area is occupied by eatenes 60% area is open In the
    remaining area of 1600 sq meter there are different showrooms What
    is the total area 
    occupied
    by the mall’ 
    0
    10000 sq m  0
    5,000sqm  0
    8000 sq m  0
    4800 sq m 
    3)
    The
    population of a village decreases at the rate 01 20% per annum If
    its population 2 years ago was 10,000 What is its present
    population’ 
    0
    6000  0
    7200  0
    6400  0
    7600 
    4)
    If
    10Cx = 1, then what is the value of x it x not equal to

    1)1 2)5  3)
    10  4)
    15 
    5)
    If
    Mini downloads three more songs in her mobile she will have songs
    worth 512 MB in her mobile If on an average each song is 4 MB how
    many songs did she initially have in her phone before downloadIng 
    0
    125  0
    128  0
    120  O
    137 
    6)
    if
    an integer k is divisible by 2. 5 and 13. what is the next largest
    number that is divisible by all the three given numbers 
    0
    2k  0
    k+13  0
    2k+13  0
    2k+65  0
    k+1301)58 2)8000 3)6400
    4) 10 5) 125 6) k+130
formula
Population 2 years ago=P(1-%R/100)^n
here P=given population i.e
10,000
%R=20
n=years i.e 2
so old population
is=10,000(1=20/100)^2
on solving ans is 6400…..
  1. 1)
    The
    appropnate atmospheric conditions made It feasible for the
    astronomers to see the stars and they could even distinguish the
    sizes 
    0
    And
    even distinguish the sizes
     
    0
    And they were even distinguishing the sizes 
    0
    And he could even distinguish the sizes 
    0
    And even distinguishing the sizes 
    2)
    _____
    to be a good swimmer, you should know how to hold your breath for a
    while 
    0
    For while  0
    However since  0
    In place  0
    In
    order
     
    3)
    CREDULITY
    (synomyn)
    0 Credible  0
    Discipline 0 Gullible  0
    Weakness 
  2. 1)
    Seeta
    who is the sister-in-law of Arvind. is the daughter-rn-law of
    Sumedha Deepak is the father of Saarthak. who is the only brother of
    Arvind How is Sumedha related to Arvind?
    O Mother-an-law  0
    Mother  0
    Aunt  O
    Grandmother 
    2)
    A
    lady runs 18 kms towards east and then 24 kms towards north How far
    is she from her starting point and in which direction 
    0
    42 lcms north-east  0
    42kmseast  0
    6 kms east  0
    30 kms north-east 
    3)
    A
    man goes to the park and sees a girl who he recognized to be his
    relative The girl was the daughter of his sisters husbands wife How
    is the girl related to the man’? 
    0
    Niece  0
    Sister-In-law  0
    Sister  0
    Aunt 
    4)
    arrange in ascending order
    1 Tajmahal  2
    India  3
    Asia  4
    Agra  5
    Uttar Pradesh 
    0
    1.5.4.2.3  0
    1,4.2.5.3  0
    3,2,4.5.1  0
    3.2.5.4.1 
    5)
    arange in meaningful order
    1 Lion  2Dog  3
    Duck  4
    Insect  5
    Deer 
    O
    4.2.3.5.1  O
    4.2.3.1.5  O
    4.3.2.5.1  O
    4.3.2.1.5
1)
Mother 2) 30km North-East 3) Niece 4) 3,2,5,4,1 5) 4,3,2,5,1
  1. 1)
    Body
    and Soul Gym Centre sells its brand new treadmill on an online
    bidding site at a profit of 20% Had the centre sold the treadmill
    for Rs 500 more the profit would have been 25% How much did the
    treadmill cost the gym centre when they had bought It Initially’ 
    0
    Rs 5.000  0
    Rs6.000  0
    Rs 10.000  0
    Rs 15000 
    2)
    Pulse
    rate 01 a teenager is 12 beats in 10 sec At this rate would his
    pulse rate be more than. equal to, or less than 100 beats per
    minute’ 
    0
    Less than  0
    Greater than  0
    Equa lto  0
    Data insufficient 
    3)
    Three
    marketers distribute their products in a colony for pilot testing
    Marketer A distributes 150 items to the people equally and then was
    left with a few items 
    Marketer
    B distributes 270 items to the people equally and then was len with
    the same number of Items as the number len with Marketer A Marketer
    C distnbutes 
    320
    items to the people and is len with the same number of items as the
    number left with Marketer A What is the maximum possible number of
    people in the colony’ 
    0
    10  0
    50 0 75  0
    100 
    4)
    A
    goods carnage of length 2 km. headed to Snnagar from Punjab was
    running at a speed 0(30 km/hr It crosses a tunnel which is 58 km
    long with that speed Find the time taken by the goods carriage to
    cross the tunneI 
    0
    4hours  0
    3hours  0
    2hours  0
    1 hour 
    5)
    Out
    of every 100 people in police department. 10 are women Out of every
    100 people in mihtary forces, 3 are women In a batch of 180 police
    personnel and 200 army personnel. how many of them would be
    women’ 
    O
    24  0
    30  0
    18  0
    6
    1. 10,000 2. less than 3. 10 (hcf) 4. 2hr 5.24
  2. 1)
    Arrange
    between 1 and 6
    (1) My Uncle, 
    (6)
    for this purpose 
    (P)
    that have been built in the country distflcts of India 
    (Q)
    camping out In the Inspection Bungalows 
    (R)
    who is a Government engineer 
    (S)
    frequently has to stay for several days in very remote places. 
    O
    SRQP  O
    RSQP  O
    RQSP  O
    RSPQ  O
    SQPR 
    2)
    error correction
    (A) I feel that Mary will going/ (B) for the
    closing ceremony of/ (C) the Commonwealth Games 
    0(A)  0
    (B)  0(C)  0
    NoError 
    3)
    error correction
    (A) Big brands like Sony. Samsung and (B) Nokia
    have been launched many phones having latest (C) features like
    Facebook application Orkut tool and much more 
    0
    (A)  0
    (B)  0
    (C)  0
    No error 
    4)
    Which
    of the following sentences is grammatically correct’ 
    0
    At the end of the function. a lot of food was throwed away in the
    dustbin 
    0
    At the end of the function. a lot of food were throwed away in the
    dustbin 
    0
    At the end of the function a lot of food was thrown away in the
    dustbin 
    0
    At the end of the function, a lot of food was threw away in the
    dustbin. 
    0
    At the end of the function. a lot of food were thrown away in the
    dustbin 
    5)
    PART
    LAL(synonymn) 
    0
    Equitable  0
    Unbiased  0
    Halt  o
    Incomplete 
    6)
    ADMONISH
    (synomyn)
    0 Punish  0
    Curse  0
    Dismiss 0 Reprinand 
    1.D 2.A 3.B 4.C 5.D 6.D
  3. 1)
    How
    many three digits numbers can be formed using 2. 3 4 and 5 with none
    of the digits being repeated? 
    0
    20  0
    45  0
    24  0
    10 
    2)
    The
    number 2594* is completely divisible by 6 The smallest value of *
    can be 
    1)0 2)2 3)4 4)6
    3)
    3
    x ( 4^4 + 4^3 + 4^2 + 4 + 1) = 
    0
    1019  0
    1029  0
    1026  0
    1023 
    4)
    The
    simple interest earned on a certain amount is double the money when
    invested for 15 years What interest rate is offered? 
    0
    26.66%  012%  0
    30% 0
    13.33% 
    5)
    Among
    the following options. which one does not he in the given range
    1/61.3 2.3 3.4 5.4
  4. 1)
    Pick
    the odd man out 
    1)STV 2)XYA  3)
    KKT  4)BDE 
    2)
    The
    guilt seeps deep inside you ______ a way that it depresses
    you 
    1)in 2)for  3)
    through  4)by 
3)
REIGN
(synomyn)
O Yield  O
Restrain  O
Regime  O
Enjoy
4)
CONTAGIOUS (synonymn)
0 Communicable  0
Harmful  0
Preventive  0
SUM
5)
ABSTINENCE (OPPOSITE)
0 Gluttony 0 Indulgence 0
insobriety 0 Animalism
6)
ALTRUISM
(OPPOSITE) 
1)Conservative  2)Repugnant  3)
Combativeness  4)Selfishness 
7)rearrange
It
IS easy to excuse 
P
but It is hard 
Q:
inaboy of fourteen 
R
the mischief of early childhood 
S
to tolerate even unavoidable faults 
O
RPQS  O
QRSP  O
QRPS  O
RPSQ 
1)c 2)a 3)c 4)a 5)b 6)d 7)d
  1. 1)
    When
    the pence of a pair of shoes is decreased by 10%. the number of
    pairs sold increased by 20% What is the net effect on sales 
    o
    8% decrease  o
    10% decrease  o
    10% increase  o
    8% increase 
    2)
    Simplify
    [(1/8)^-1)^-4]^-1
    o 4906  o
    4096  o
    4960  O
    4690 
    3)
    In
    a game show there are 5 prize cards and 20 blank cards A contestant
    is asked to choose a card at random What is the probability that he
    won a prize’ 
    o
    3/5  0
    2/5  0
    1/5  0
    4/5 
    4)
    Sara
    has 400 marbles If she gives (1/5)th of her marbles to Sam and Sam
    gives (314)th of his marbles to David then how many marbles does Sam
    have left’ 
    0
    80  0
    20  0
    60  0
    200 
    5)
    Which
    of the following is greatest among the four given values of x? 
    o
    x=15^(1/2)  o
    x=25 ^(1/3) o x=125 ^(1/4) o x=625 ^(1/12)
    6)
    x ^4* y-x*y
    ^4= 
    1)xy(x-y)(x^2+xy+y^2) 
    2)xy(x+y)(x^2-xy+y^4) 
    3)
    x(xy-1)(x^2-xy+y) 
    4)(x^3+y^2)xy
    5)None
    of the above
    7)
    A machine worth Rs 1.80.000 depreciates at the
    rate of 18% of the value of the machine per annum The value of the
    machine in 18 months from now will be 
    0
    rs 2,31,516  0
    Rs 1,34,316  0
    Rs 1,50,000  0
    Rs 1,00,000 
    8)
    Mehak
    was in a whimsical mood and to reach her home from her office she
    took the following steps- 4 steps towards North. 3 steps towards
    East, 8 steps towards 
    South.
    6 steps towards West. 7 steps towards North. 5 steps towards East, 6
    steps towards South 4 steps towards West and finally reached her
    home taking 3 steps towards North The location of Mehaks home with
    respect to her office is 
    1)
    3 steps to the East  2)
    3 steps to the West  3)
    steps  4)
    steps towards the East 
    5)
    2 steps to the West 
    1.let
    price be x and sold quantity be y.then sales =xy
    when price
    decrease by 10 percent x’=.9x
    old quantity increase by 20%
    y’=1.2y
    new sales=x’*y’ =.9*1.2x*y=1.08xy
    so 8% increase in
    sales
    2.statement equivalent to 8^4 =2^12 =4096
    3.
    probablity=(no of favorable outcome/total outcome) =5/25
    =1/5
    4.remaining marbles =(4/5)*(1/4)*400 =80
    6. x^4y-y^4x
    =xy(x^3-y^3) =xy(x-y)(x^2+xy+y^2)
    7.value
    =1,80000(1-(18/100))^1.5
    8.5
  2. 1)
    jumbled words and arrange between s1 and s6
    S1 I have a flight to
    catch at 7.30 a m tomorrow morning 
    S6
    As the check-in process will also take some time 
    P
    )Iwould better put an alarm tor6am 
    Q)
    Also another half an hour to reach airport. 
    R)
    It would take me around half an hour to get ready 
    S
    )It is always better to reach the airport
    early 
    1)SQRP  2)QSPR  3)SRPQ  4)
    PRQS 
  3. 1)
    JUDGE
    is coded us UJDEG, tune ORDER is coded us 
    O
    RODRE  o
    REDRO  O
    RODER  o
    REDOR 
    2)
    Introducing
    a man, a woman said, “HIS wife is the only daughter of my father
    How is the man related to the woman 
    o
    Husband  o
    Uncle  0
    Father-in-law  O
    Father 
    3)
    Two
    friends Raman and Rajan start a race and run together for 20 kms
    towards east From there. Raman runs 10 kms towards north-east and
    Rajan continues running in the east for 8 kms How far are the two
    friends now from each orner 
    0
    6kms  0
    2Okms  0
    18 kms  0
    3Okms 
    4)
    message
    inferred from passage
    Skeptics argue that flying saucers and UFOS
    that are believed to be guided by extraterrestnal beings or aliens
    are creations of human imagination They have 
    demonstrated
    that a number of photographs that apparently show flying saucers are
    either phony or are misinterpreted images of earthly or natural
    objects such as aeroplanes or meteors However, there are scientists
    who have also contnbuted plenty of evidence and asserted that aliens
    do exist 
    1)
    Lack of credibility of photographic evidence should be taken as
    proof of non existence of aliens 
    2)While
    the existence of flying saucers and UFOs has been denied the
    possibility of alien beings is still a reality 
    3)UFOS
    and flying saucers. if a reality, are of the same shape and size as
    aeroplanes 4) The fact that a number of photographs of flying
    saucers are take cannot disprove the existence of aliens and
    UFOs 
    5)
    Arrange
    in ascending order
    1 Cut  2
    Buy  3
    Cook  4
    Select  5
    Serve 
    o
    2.1,34.5  o
    4.2.1.5.3  o
    4.2,1.3.5  o
    5.3.1.2.4 
    6)
    Data suffeciency
    What is Mohans rank in the class 
    Statements 
    I)
    There are thirty students in the class 
    II)
    There are six girls who have scored less than Mohan 
    1)Statement
    I alone is sufficient in answenng the problem question 
    2)Statement
    II alone is sufficient in answenng the problem question 
    3)Both
    statements put together are sufficient in answenng the problem
    question 
    4)Both
    the statements even put together are not sufficient in answering the
    problem question 
    5)Either
    of the statement is sufficient in answering the problem question 
    7)
    Data suffeciency
    Problem question The value of p^2-2qr can be
    found if 
    Statements 
    I)
    The value of p+q is given 
    II)
    The value of q+r is given 
    1)Statement
    I alone is sufficient in answenng the problem question 
    2)Statement
    II alone is sufficient in answering the problem question 
    3)Both
    statements put together are sufficient in answenng the problem
    question 
    4)Both
    the statements even put together are not sufficient in answering the
    problem question 
    5)Either
    of the statement is sufficient in answering the problem question 
    1)
    RODRE……interchange 1st two and last two character among
    themselves.
    2) husband…..because the person speaking is a women
    and only daughter of her father.
    3) 6km……by applying
    Pythagoras theorem.
    4) should be option 4
    5) option
    3—4,2,1,3,5
    6) option 4……both not sufficient
    7) option
    3…..both required to find the answer
  4. 1)
    If
    WORD is coded as 9753. then DOOR is coded as 
    o
    3579  0
    3559  0
    9357  0
    3775 
    2)
    From
    the given choices select the odd one out 
    0
    BAK  0
    DCM  0
    HGQ  0
    MNW 
    3)
    From
    the given choices select the odd one out 
    O
    PSRQ  O
    MNPO O SVUT  O
    KNML 
    4)
    If
    JUDGE is coded as UJDEG, then ORDER is coded as 
    0
    RODRE  O
    REDRO  0
    RODER  0
    REDOR 
    5)
    M
    IS P’S brothers son N is the only brother of P How is N related to

    0
    Nephew  0
    Father  0
    Cousin  0
    Uncle 
    6)
    Introducing
    a man, a woman said, “HIS wife is the only daughter of my father
    How is the man related to the woman 
    0
    Husband  O
    Uncle  0
    Father-in-law  O
    Father 
    1.d 2.d 3.b 4.a 5.b 6.a
  5. 1)
    A
    written exam consists 6 questions with the answer options as yes/no/
    none In how many ways can the examinees select the answers
    Options
    are:
    1)6P3 ways 2)6C3ways 3)3c1*3c1*3c1*3c1 4) (3C1 )^6
    2)
    Akhil
    travets first halt of the distance at 5Oinls and second half at
    75mIs The total distance travelled is 3km Find his average speed of
    travel for the entire journey 
    1)
    6O m/s  2)
    62.5 m/s  3)
    55 m/s 4) 65m/s
    3)
    Find the cube (21^2/7)
    1)7^3 * 3^5 2)7^3
    * 3^6 3)7^3 * 9^2 4)7^2* 9^3
    4)
    Write 4.004 as a fraction of
    the lowest form 
    1)
    5001/125  2)2002/500  3)1001/250  4)500/225 
5)
HCF
of two numbers is 11 and their LCM is 693 If one number is 77. find
the other number 
0
7  0
9  0
63 0 99 
6)
Which
of the following numbers is divisible by 6 
0
4322  0
3142  0
2256  0
1640 
7)
There
are 3 main steps of completion of a project- Development. Review and
Roll out After development, there are 4 people who can independently
work and lead the process to the next step i.e. Review Further ahead
there are 5 people who can work independently and lead to the next
step I e Roll-out In how many ways can a project manager complete the
project 
0
20  o
9 0 15  0
25  0
18 
8)
The
velocity of water flowing over a water fall is 12 m/sec After going
over the fall the water slows to 6 m/sec in 3 seconds What Is the
acceleration of Water’? 
1)
5 m/s2  2)
2 m/s2  3)
(-)5 m/s2 4) (-)2 m/s2
9)
Pulse rate of a teenager is 12 beats
in 10 sec At this rate would his pulse rate be more than. equal to,
or less than 100 beats per minute’ 
1)
Less than  2)
Greater than  3)Equal
to  4)
Data insufficient 
10)
Zegna
car was in rage two years back and it cost Rs 5.60.000 then Now,
however, with many new hi-tech cars coming into the market the price
of the car has dipped to Rs 4.00,000 Find the decrease In price of
the car as a percentage of the old price 
O
28%  O
28.57%  o
40%  O
71. 42% 
11)
Out
of every 100 people in police department. 10 are women Out of every
100 people in miLItary forces, 3 are women In a batch 01180 police
personnel and 200 army personnel. how many of them would be
women’ 
options
ARE: O 24  0
30  O
18  0
6
12)
Sudha purchased 3 kg potato from market She used 113 of
tt in cooking baked potatoes and 112 of remaining in mixed vegetables
What quantity of potatoes is she left with
0 1.5kg  0
2kg  O
1 kg  O
2.5kg 
1.4
each
question can be answered in 3 ways .so total 3^6
possibilities.(Permutation with repetition)
2.a average
=(2*V1*V2)/(V1+V2)
=60
3.2 4.3 6.c 7.a 8.4 9.1 10.b5.(hcc*lcm)/n1=n2
11*693/77=99
.so n2 is 99
  1. 1)
    In
    the question, a part of the sentence is italicized Alternatives to
    the italicized part are given which may improve the construction of
    the sentence, 
    Select
    the correct alternative 
    Question 

    But
    which director from Bollywood would remake this film,( will be made
    secret for the time being. )
    words between brackets is been
    italicisized
    1) ls being kept a secret  2)Is
    being secret  3)
    Can be secret 
    4)Will
    be kept the secret 
    2)
    I
    did not go to school in a week after an accident 
    O
    through  O
    within  O
    for  O
    after 
    3)
    Read
    the sentence to find out whether there is any grammatical error in
    it The erroi-, if any, will be in one part of the sentence The
    letter of that part is the answer Ignore the error of punctuation,
    if any 
    Question 
    (A)
    There is a lots ? (B) of milk left in the Jan (C) for the rest of
    usi (D) No error 
    Options
    are:
    0 (A)  0
    (B)  0
    (C)  0
    (D) 
    4)
    The
    company _____ increase her salary before the appraisal 
    1)was
    being refused  2)
    refused to  3)
    refused of  4)
    refuse to 
    5)
    Scientists
    believe that duflng initial years of the ________ of the Earth water
    bodies increased in size due to continuous rainfall 
    1)Formative  2)
    Formations  3)
    Formation 4)Formed 
    6)
    AVERT
    (synonymn)
    o Entertain  O
    Transform  0
    Turn away  0
    Lead towards  o
    Displease 
    7)
    arrangement between s1 and s6
    S1)Aradhana has bought a new red
    color gypsy
    S6 )Her father runs a garment export house
    S .She
    drives to college in her new car
    P. Before this red gypsy. she
    use to drive a black SUV
    R. Her car changes almost every six
    months
    Q .She comes from a rich family
    Options
    are:
    1)RSQP
    2)PSRQ
    3)QRPS
    4)SPRQ
    1. A 2. C 3.
    A 4.)2 5.)3 6.)3 7.)2

  2. 1)
    A
    baby crawls 12 feet towards east and then 4 feet towards south He
    then crawls 9 feet towards west How far is he from his initial
    position? 
    o
    2feet  o
    9 feet o 5feet  o
    16 feet 
    2)
    Question 
    B
    is the only child of A M and N are the children of B. D is the
    grandmother of N How is A related to D? 1)Grandmother  2)
    Husband  3)
    Mother  4)Son 
    3)
    A
    baby crawls 8 feet towards west and then 8 feet towards north It
    then moves 14 feet towards east How far and in which direction is
    the baby from the starting point? 
    0
    8 feet towards east 
    0
    10 feet towards north-east 
    0
    6 feet towards east 
    0
    10 feet towards south-eas
    4)
    message inferred from the passage

The
company encourages its managers to interact regularly, without preset
agenda, to discuss issues concerning the company and the society.
This idea has been borrowed from the ancient Indian concept of
religious congregation, called satsang Designations are forgotten
during these meetings hence, it is not uncommon in these meetings to
find a management trainee questioning the Managing Director on some
corporate policy or his knowledge of customers. 
1)The
company is concerned about its reputation with its employees 
2)The
company beheves in fostering the spirit of dialogue without
degenerating it into a positioning based debate 
3)The
company had some inter-personnel problems in the past due to which it
felt the need for these corporate satsangs 
4)All
of the above 
5)
Message
inferred from the passage
Social scientists have found that people
who marry young are seldom prepared for marital roles. Also the men
and women who marry as young adults live longer than those who never
marry. According to a study, young adults who are about to get
married have fewer unhealthy habits, like smoking and uncontrolled
drinking of alcohol, as compared with the other people of the same
age. 
1)The
institution of marriage forces young men and women to quit smoking
and drinking 
2)Those
who marry at an older age live a shorter life than those who get
married at a younger age. 
3)People
who marry at an older age are well prepared to take up marital
roles 
4)
Young adults who are not about to marry are more likely to have
unhealthy habits than those who are about to marry. 
6)
arrange
in ascending order
1 Centigram  2
Megagram  3.
Microgram  4
Milligram  5.
Kilogram 
1)4,3,2,1,5  2)3,4,1,5,2  3)
4,23.1,5  4)
3,2,1,4,5 
7)
Data
suffeciency
Problem question What is the monthly salary of
Raghu? 
Statements 
I)
The salaries of Raghu and his brother are in the ratio 5:6
respectively 
Il)
The salary of Raghus brother is Rs 32,000 per month 
1)Statement
I alone is sufficient in answering the problem question 
2)
Statement II alone is sufficient in answering the problem
question 
3)Both
statements put together are sufficient in answering the problem
question 
4)
Both the statements even put together are not sufficient in answering
the problem question 
5)Either
of the statement is sufficient in answering the problem
question 
8)
Data
sufeciency 
What
is the area of the top of the table? 
Statements 
I)
The top of the table is rectangular in shape 
II)
The length of the top of the table is 35 cm
Options
are: 
1)Statement
I alone is sufficient in answering the problem question 
2)
Statement II alone is sufficient in answering the problem
question 
3)Both
statements put together are sufficient in answering the problem
question 
4)
Both the statements even put together are not sufficient in answering
the problem question 
5)Either
of the statement is sufficient in answering the problem question 
1.c 2.b 3b 4b 5b 6b 73 8d
  1. The
    value of (1/5 12)^1/9 is:
    o ½ o 1/3 o ¼ o 1/6
    2)
    What is
    the least number by which 16800 must be divided to get a number
    which is a perfect square9 
    0
    42  0
    24  0
    21  0
    40 
    3)
    What
    is the unit digit in 2720? 
    0
    1  0
    5  0
    12  0
    20 
    4)
    Ratio
    between speeds of 2 trains is 5:3. If the first train runs 350 km in
    2 hours, then what is the speed of the second train?
    o 100 kmph o
    115 kmph o 105 kmph o 210 kmph
    5)
    What should be the highest
    value that must be assigned to # so that the number 10114#5 is
    exactly divisible by 7? 
    0
    5  0
    6  0
    7  0
    8  0

    6)
    What
    is the smallest number, which when divided by 7, 18, 56 and 36,
    leaves a remainder zero? 
    0
    504  0
    392  0
    390  0
    1012 
    7)
    The
    boss accepts only one employees leave request for a particular day
    If five employees named Ronak, Mahesh, Shripal, Mohanpriya and
    Shreyansh applied for leave on the occasion of Ganesh Chaturthi,
    what is the probability that Ronak’s leave request will be
    approved? 
    o
    2/3  o
    1 o 4/5 o 1/5 
    8)
    A
    developed car in the workshop comprises of around 70 components.
    Each component has a probability of having a manufactunng error of 0
    .015 What is the probability that this developed car will get
    rejected due to manufacturing error in any of the component? 
    o
    (0.015)^70  o
    (0.985)^70 o 1- (0.985)^70  o
    1-(0.015)^70 
    9)
    A
    scuba diver descends at a rate of 40 feet per minute. A diver dives
    from a ship to search for a lost ship at the depth of 3000 feet
    below sea level How long will he take to reach the ship? 
    O
    70 minutes  o
    72 minutes  O
    75 minutes  o
    76 minutes 
    10)
    Rahul
    played well in this season His current batting average is 51, If he
    scores 78 runs in todayes match, his batting average will become 54
    How many matches had he played in this
    season? 
    1)8  2)10  3)9  4)6 
    11)
    About
    4 out of 5 people are right handed If there are 40 employees in an
    office, how many would be right handed9 
    1)40  2)30  3)
    32  4)42 
    12)
    Aman
    deposits Rs 5000 in his bank account for 5 years to earn an interest
    of 12% What amount will he get after 5 years? 
    o
    Rs 2000  o
    Rs 3000  o
    Rs, 5300  o
    Rs 8000  o
    Rs. 8300 
    13)
    3
    empty CDs and 2 pen drives cost Rs 790 2 empty CDs and 3 pen drives
    cost Rs 1110 What is the cost of one pen drive? 
    o
    Rs30  o
    Rs 350  o
    Rs25  o
    Rs 300 
    14)
    A
    street seller bought maize corns for Rs. 20 per kg In one kg, there
    are approximately 5 heads of corn He sells roasted corns for Rs, 8
    per piece How many corns will he have to sell in order to earn a
    profit of Rs. 200 in a day? 
    Options
    are:
    0 60  0
    50  0
    40  0
    80 
    1) 2)
    1 3) 4) 3 5) 2 6) 1  7)
    4 8) 3 9) 3 10) 3 11) 3 12) 4
    13) 2 14) 2
  2. 1)_____
    the shirt was washed twice, still he refused to wear it 
    o
    Though  o
    Because  o
    However  o
    Since  o
    While 
    2)
    PHOTOGRAPHIC
    (synonymn)
    o Distant  0
    Exact  0
    Distinguish  o
    Similar 
    3)
    WORSEN
    (OPPOSITE) 
    o
    Complicate o Relieve  o
    Aggravate  o
    Intensity 
    4)
    DISCRETE
    (OPPOSITE) 
    o
    Continuous  o
    Secretive  o
    Distinct  o
    Cautious o Judicious 
    5)
    Jumbling
    and rearranging . S1 is the starting and s6 is the last. rearrange
    between them
    S1: Venice is a strange and beautiful city in the
    north of Italy 
    S6:
    This is because Venice has no streets 
    P:
    There are about four hundred old stone bridges joining the island of
    Venice 
    Q)
    In this city there are no motor cars, no horses and no buses 
    R)
    These small islands are near one another 
    S
    )It is not an island but a hundred and seventeen islands 
    o
    PQRS  o
    PRQS  o
    SRPQ 0 PQSR 
    1.
    1 2. 2 3. 2 4. 1 5. 3
  3. 1)
    AlE
    :FNJ:: KSO:?
    1)PWU
    2)PXT 
    3)LYT 
    4)QXU

    2)
    Siddharth
    and Murali go for jogging from the same point. Siddharth goes
    towards the east covering 4 km Murali proceeds towards the west for
    3 km Siddharth turns left and covers 4 km and Murali turns to the
    right to cover 4 km Now what will be the distance between Siddharth
    and Murali? 
    0
    14km 
    0
    6km 
    0
    8km 
    0
    7km 

    3)
    Pointing
    to a boy in a photograph, a girl said, wHe is the son of the
    daughter-in-law of my mother’s mother” How is the girl related
    to the boy? 
    O
    Son 
    O
    Brother 
    O
    Nephew 
    O
    Cousin 

    4)
    Sarosh
    walks 10 meters east and takes a right turn to walk 30 meters, then
    takes a right turn and walks 40 meters and then takes a right turn
    and walks 20 meters. In which direction is he standing now from the
    starting point? 
    O
    North-West 
    O
    North-East 
    O
    South-West 
    O
    South-East 

    5)
    A
    man is facing North He turns 270 in the anticlockwise direction and
    then 45 in the clockwise direction and then another 135 in the
    anticlockwise direction Which direction is he facing now9 
    O
    North-West 
    O
    West 
    O
    North 
    O
    North-East 

    6)
    message inferred from the passage

    The world production of
    sugar has been reported to be very scarce as compared to the global
    sales for four years The demand for sugar is extremely high but the
    supply has been low for quite some time now This could be because of
    the awful weather and also because some chief sugar growers have
    switched to high- priced jute The price of sugar has soared in
    response to the phenomena of the demand supply disparity The price
    of sugar now equals that of jute 

    1)Sugar
    production is profitable only when the price of sugar is as high as
    that that of jute 
    2)The
    sugar growers who had shifted to the higher priced jute, will now
    move back to producing sugar 
    3)
    Demand for jute was higher than the demand for sugar, which made
    sugar growers shift their production 
    4)If
    there continues to be a shortfall in the production of sugar, the
    price of sugar may even exceed that of jute 

    7) 
    messaage
    inferred from the passage

    Efficiency is all right in its
    place, in the shop, the factory, the store The trouble with
    efficiency is that it wants to rule our play as well as our work, it
    won’t be content to reign in the shop, it follows us
    home 

    1)Efficiency
    can become all pervading 
    2)Efficiency
    does not always pay 
    3)Efficiency
    can be more of a torture than blessing 
    4)None
    of these 

    8)
    arrange in logical and ascending order
    1.Cry 
    2.Mother 
    3.
    Food 
    4
    Hungry 
    5.
    Child 

    Options
    are:
    1)5,4,1,2,3 
    2)5,1,4,2,3 
    3)5,4,1,3,2 
    4)5,14,3,2 

    9)
    The
    question consists of a problem question followed by two statements I
    and II Find out if the information given in the statement(s) is
    sufficient in finding the solution to the problem 
    Question 
    When
    is Mohits birthday? 
    Statements: 
    I)
    He was born after but before 25th September 
    II)
    He was born in a leap year 

    1)Statement
    I alone is sufficient 
    2)Statement
    II alone is sufficient 
    3)
    Both statements put together are sufficient 
    4)Both
    the statements even put together are not sufficient 

    1.
    PXT
    2. 7 KM
    3. Cousin
    4. South-West
    5. North
    6.3
    7.3
    8.
    5,4,1,2,3
    9. 4

  4. 1)
    I
    think I know _________ he finished his assignment
    early 
    1)until  2)by
    when  3)how  4)who 
    2)
    Read
    the sentence to find out whether there is any grammatical error in
    it The error, if any, will be in one part of the sentence The letter
    of that part is the answer Ignore the error of punctuation, if
    any 
    Question 
    (A)
    She decide to (B) go to UK for (C) her higher
    studies. 
    1)(A)  2)(B)  3)(C)  4)No
    error 
    3)
    Read
    the sentence to find out whether there is any grammatical error in
    it The error, if any, will be in one part of the sentence The letter
    of that part is the answer Ignore the error of punctuation, If
    any 
    Question 
    (A)
    You can go to school tomorrow and (B) decide whether you want too
    participate (C) in the annual function or
    not 
    1)(A)  2)(B)  3)(C)  4)No
    error 
    4)
    I
    would LIke to ______ a reservation for next
    Wednesday 
    1)seek  2)keep  3)make  4)book 
    5)
    NEGLECTED
    (oPPOSITE)
    1)Shabby  2)Nurtured  3)Unlike  4)Pleasant 
    6)
    PENDING
    (OPPOSITE) 
    1)Unerring  2)
    Unending  3)Settled  4)Permanent 
    7)
    A
    salesman has a record of selling even rejected pieces to his
    customers without letting them know that the product is actually
    faulty His skills are rated with a probability of 80% efficiency. If
    he is given 20 faulty items, how many will he be able to
    sell? 
    Options
    are :80 ,20,16,4
    8)
    What least value must be assigned to # so
    that the number 2794423 is divisible by
    9’? 
    1)1  2)5  3)3 4)7 
    9)
    Which
    of the following numbers is divisible by
    69 
    1)4322  2)3142  3)2256  4)1640 
    10)
    Deepak
    sells 50 shirts at the cost price of 60 shirts His gain percent
    is: 
    1)0.15  2)0.1  3)0.25  4)0.2 
    11)
    In
    designing a new keyboard, sample keyboards are prepared by
    rearranging the alphabet keys What is the possible number of
    keyboards formed? 
    1)26! 2)26c1 3)26p1 4)26
    12)
    Recycling
    900 kg of paper saves 17 trees. How many trees are saved when 1200
    kg of paper are recycled? 
    1)19  2)25  3)20  4)22 
    13)
    The
    distance from the pavilion to the food court on the map is 35 cm, If
    map is of the scale 1 cm = 10 m, what is the actual
    distance? 
    1)25m  2)36m  3)35m  4)40m 
    14)
    A
    real estate developer purchased 2 acres of land for Rs 1 5 crore He
    divided it into 25 residential plots He sold them at Rs 25 Iakhs per
    plot What is his profit percentage? 
    1)About
    200%  2)About
    100%  3)About
    366%  4)About
    316%
    15)
    What is the loss percentage incurred by a company
    when it buys an asset for Rs 1 50,000 and sells it for Rs
    755009 
    1)49
    67%  2)49
    34%  3)98
    68%  4)98
    34% 
    16)
    Out
    of every 100 people in police department, 10 are women Out of every
    100 people in military forces, 3 are women In a batch of 180 police
    personnel and 200 army personnel, how many of them would be
    women? 
    1)24  2)30  3)18  4)6
    1-3 2-1 3-2 4-3 5-2 6-3 7-3 9-3 10-4 11-1 12-4 13-3
    14-4 16-1

  5. 1)
    EHKN
    FGLM: :CFIL 
    o
    DEJK  o
    DGJM o BEHK  o
    BGJM 
    2)
    2,
    4, 12, 48, —
    o 480  o
    240  o
    960 o 340
    3)
    10,7, 12, 10, 14,

    0)18  0)12  0)13  0)16 
    4)
    Find
    the missing number in the series 
    Question 
    69,—
    .24,36 
    0
    15  0
    10  0
    12  0
    18 
    5)
    QPS
    :TSV:: IHK 😕
    1)LKN  2)NOP  3)MKN  4)LOM 
    1)
    E + 1 = F
    . H – 1 = G
    . K + 1 = L
    . N – 1 =
    M
    …………………..
    C + 1 = D
    F – 1 = E
    I + 1 =
    J
    L – 1 = k
    So Ans is
    ……DEJK
    2)b 
    2*1=2
    2*2=4
    4*3=12
    12*4=48
    48*5=240

3)
-3, +5, -2, +4, -1……..so the operation will 14 – 1 = 13

4)
5)
every character + 3….so LKN

  1. 1)
    Express
    0 .824 as a fraction of the smallest form 
    o
    103/125  o
    4/25  o
    1021125  o
    17/20 
    2)
    Given
    that the interest is only earned on principal, if an investment of
    Rs 1000 00 amounts to Rs 1440 00 in two years, then what is the rate
    of interest earned? 
    o
    20%  o
    22%  o
    21%  o
    11%  o
    44% 
    3)
    When
    a local train travels at a speed of 60 kmph. it reaches the
    destination on time When the same train travels at speed of 50 kmph,
    it reaches its destination 15 minutes late What is the length of
    journey? 
    1)75km  2)50km  3)60km  4)85km
    4)
    A
    water filter takes 40 minutes to filter 20 litres of water Another
    filter of same specifications takes 30 minutes to filter the same
    amount of water If both the filters are used at the same time, then
    how long will it take them to filter 70 litres of water? 
    1)1/2
    hour  2)3/4
    hour  3)
    1 hour  4)
    1 1/2 hours 
    5)
    Parul
    is one-filth the age her mother was 15 years ago and Parul’s
    brother is three-fifth the age his mother was 10 years ago If the
    sum of Pawl and her brother’s ages is 31 then how old is Parurs
    mother? 
    1)50  2)40  3)35  4)
    60 
    6)
    In
    an examination involving quantitative aptitude and logical
    reasoning, 65% examinees cleared quantitative aptitude test while
    70% cleared logical reasoning test If 50% examinees passed both the
    tests, then how many failed in both tests? 
    o
    35% o 15%  o
    30%  o
    20% 
1-1 2-2 3-1 4-3 5-2 6-2
  1. 1)
    What
    is the relationship between the fractions 14/15 and 37/40’? 
    o
    14/15=37/40 
    o
    14/15>37/40 
    o
    14/15<37/40 
    o
    Cannot be determined 
    2)
    (4.56
    ^3+ 5 .44^3)/ (4.56^2 -4 .56 x 5.44 + 5.44^2) 
    Options
    are:
    o 0.88  o
    -0.88  o
    1  o
    10

    3)
    Find the smallest number, which when divided by 24,
    30, 48 and 60, leaves a remainder 2 in each case 
    1)238  2)
    242  3)8  4)4
    4)
    From
    a group of 8 men and 8 women, 8 members are to be selected for a
    team such that women constitute at least 50% of the team In how many
    ways can it be done? 
    1)
    8C4x8C4+8C5x8C3+8C6x8C2+8C7x8C1 +8C8 
    2)8^4*8^4 3)
    8C4x8C4  4)
    8^4×8^4+8^3×8^5+8^2×8^6+8^7×8+1 
    5)
    10
    scooters, 5 motorcycles and 15 cars are parked in the parking area
    of a market What is the probability that a scooter will leave the
    parking first? 
    o
    1/6  o
    1/2  o
    3/5 o 1/3 
    6)
    Riya
    sold her car for Rs. 50,000 less than what she bought it for and
    lost 8%. At what price should she have sold the car, if she wanted
    to gain as much as she lost in the first transaction? 
    0
    Rs 6,25,000 o
    Rs 650,000  o
    Rs. 6,75000  o
    Rs 6,37,500 o
    Rs 7,00,000 
    7)
    If
    78Q928R is divisible by 6, then which of the following can Q and R
    take
    o Q=2 & R=3  o
    Q=1 & R=4 o Q=1&R=2  o
    Q=3&R=3 
    8)
    Write 81 3/14 as a proper fraction 
    o
    243/14  o
    1131/14  o
    1137/14  o
    1134/14 
    9)
    In
    a class of 80 students, 4/5 of them own cars If 15/16 of them own
    Alto then how many own alto?  0
    64  0
    20  o
    60  o
    Data Inconsistent 
    1-3 3-2 4-1 5-1 6-1 7-2 8-3 9-3.99

  2. 1)
    The
    car is in such terrible state _____ it can cause serious damage 
    o
    Thus  o
    Since  0
    That  o
    So
2)
New
concerns about growing religious tension in northern India
were———— this week after at least fifty people were killed
and hundreds were injured or arrested in riots between Hindus and
Muslims 
1)Lessened  2)
Invalidated  3)Restrained  4)Dispersed  5)
Fueled 
3)
The
power of music is known _____ us all _____ capacity to improve our
holistic health is perhaps underestimated 
o
By, but the  o
By, but it is o To,but it is  o
To, but it has  o
by,but it has
4)
The protracted illness has reduced him
———-skeleton 
o
Till  o
Round  o
Through  o
To  o
From 
5)
Tuna
fish hunters use small airc rafts and helicopters to hunt for _____
of the fattest fish 
o
Packs  o
Shoals o Classes  o
Waves 
6)
TRUST
(synonymn)
o Insincere  o
Faith  o
Lie  o
Tease 
7)
FAMISHED
(synonymn)
o Finished  o
Full  o
Hungry  o
Thirsty 
8)
REQUISITE
(OPPOSITE)
o Vital o Avoidable o Necessary o Basic
9)
IMMINENT
(OPPOSITE) 
o
Impending  o
Eminent  o
Pending  o
Distant 
10)
Rearrange
the following P,Q,R,S-
s1 is the starting and s6 in the ending of
the given statements
S1) On vacation in Tangier, Morocco, my
friend and I sat down at a street cafe 
S6:
Finally a man walked over to me and whispered, “Hey buddy this
guy’s your waiter and he wants your order” 
P:
At one point, he bent over with a big smile, showing me a single gold
tooth and a dingy face 
Q:
Soon I felt the presence of someone standing alongside me 
R:
But this one wouldn’t budge 
S
:We had been cautioned about beggars and were told to ignore
them 
Options
are:
1)SQRP 
2)SQPR 
3)
QSRP 
4)
QSPR 
1.
3 2. 5 3. 4 5. 2 6. 2 7. 3 8. 2 9. 4 10. 4
  1. 1)
    It
    STICK is coded as RSHBJ, then REPLY is coded as: 
    o
    SFQNX  o
    QDOKX o SFQMZ  o
    QDOMX 
    2)
    Choose
    the odd man out 
    o
    TRIANGLE  o
    SQUARE  o
    PENTAGON  o
    CIRCLE 
    3)
    2,
    4, 12, 48, —
    o 480  o
    240  o
    960  o
    340
    4) find the series 
    18,
    19,21,24, —-
    0 26  0
    25  0
    27  0
    28 
    5)
    It
    DETERMINE is coded as ENIMRETED, then DECIDE is coded as 
    o
    EDICED  o
    FGEKFG o EFDJEF  o
    FGDJFG 
    6)
    Renuka
    started walking from her house She first walked for 3 km towards
    West, then she turned towards North and moved 4 km in that direction
    How far Renuka is from her house? 
    1)3km
    South  2)3km
    North  3)
    5km West  4)
    5 km North-West 
    7)
    Looking
    at a man’s portrait, Harsh said, “His mother is the wife of my
    father’s son, Brothers and sisters I have none “At whose
    portrait was Harsh looking? 
    1)His
    son’s portrait  2)
    His cousin’s portrait  3)
    His uncle’s portrait  4)His
    nephew’s portrait  5)
    None of these 
    8)
    Philip
    was taking an evening stroll He started walking north and walked for
    50 meters, then he took a left turn and walked for another 20
    meters, then he took a right turn and walked for 10 meters and sat
    on a bench there. In which direction does the bench he from Philip’s
    starting point? 
    1)
    North-West  2)South-East  3)South-West  4)
    North
    9)
    Message inferred from the following
    From Chennai
    to Himachal Pradesh, the new culture vultures are tearing down acres
    of India’s architectural treasures Ancestral owners are often
    fobbed off with a few hundred rupees for an exquisitely carved door
    or window, which fetches fifty times that much from foreign dealers,
    and yet more from the drawing shop sophisticates of the Western
    Countries The reason for such shameless rape of the Indian
    architectural wealth can perhaps, not wrongly, be attributed to the
    unfortunate blend of activist disunity and the local
    indifference 
    Options
    are:
    1) India provides a rich market for unscwpulous antique
    dealers 
    2)Most
    Indian families have heirlooms which can be sold at high prices to
    Europeans and Americans 
    3)Only
    Indians are not proud of their cultural heritage and are hungry for
    foreign currency that is easily available in return of
    artifacts 
    10)
    message inferred from the following 
    Email
    overload has of-late become a great cause of concern in all
    organizations. We have reached a stage where our email habits
    control us We are obsessed with checking our mails every now and
    then We feel bored of working and we glance into our mailbox hoping
    to have received some “scintillating” mail Obviously, it also
    gives us an illusionary impression that we are working Not missing
    any mail and replying to each one of them has become a custom Our
    addiction to this leads to our ignorance of deadlines, meetings,
    personal chit chat with fellow employees Ifs a shame that we have
    inculcated a habit of reading mails but not of taking timely actions
    on the mails 
    Options
    are:
    1) Employees find reading mails to be more interesting than
    working. 
    2)Replying
    to each and every mail is not a good habit. 
    3)Addiction
    of reading and replying to every mail may have adverse effect on our
    performance 
    4)
    All mails are sent on the premise that timely action be taken on
    them 
    11)
    arrange
    in ascending and logical order
    1 Key  2Door  3
    Lock  4
    Room  5.
    Lighton 
    1)5,12,4,3  2)
    4,2,1,5,3  3)1,2,3,5,4  4)1,3,2.4,5 
    12)
    Data suffeciency
    A more reactive metal can displace a less
    reactive metal from its salt solution Which of the following is the
    most reactive? 
    Statements 
    I)
    A can displace neither B nor C. 
    II)
    C can displace A 
    Options
    are:
    1) Statement I alone is sufficient 
    2)
    Statement II alone is sufficient 
    3)Both
    statements put together are sufficient 
    4)
    Both the statements even put together are not sufficient 
    5)Either
    of the statements is sufficient 
    13)
    Data suffeciency
    _____________________., 
    Problem
    question: Who is the son of R? 
    Statements 
    I)
    P is Rs sister 
    Il)
    Q is the son of P. 
    Options
    are:
    1)Statement I alone is sufficient 
    ,2)Statement
    II alone is sufficient 
    3)Both
    statements put together are sufficient 
    4)
    Both the statements even put together are not sufficient 
    14)
    A
    water pump takes 6 hours to fill an over head tank Standby pump
    takes 10 hours to fill the same over head tank If first pump fails
    after 2 hours of running, then how long will the standby pump take
    to fill the overhead tank? 
    1)
    6 hours  2)8
    2/3 hours  3)
    8hours  4)
    6 2/3 hours 
    15)
    The
    printed price on a book is Rs 400, a bookseller offers a 10%
    discount on it If he still earns a profit of 12%, then the cost
    price of the book is 
    o
    Rs 280  o
    Rs 352  o
    Rs360  o
    Rs 300 
    16)
    A
    certain sum of money amounts to Rs 2500 in a span of 5 years and
    further to Rs 3,000 in a span of 7 years at simple interest The sum
    is 
    o
    Rs 1,000  o
    Rs 1,200  o
    Rs, 1,050  o
    Rs 1,250 
    17)
    A
    certain sum of money amounts to Rs 2500 in a span of 5 years and
    further to Rs 3,000 in a span of 7 years at simple interest The sum
    is 
    o
    Rs 1,000  o
    Rs 1,200  o
    Rs, 1,050  o
    Rs 1,250 
    18)
    A
    show room offers a 10% discount on a microwave, whose marked price
    is Rs 8000, and also gives a blender worth Rs 1200 as a
    complimentary gift with it Even then, the showroom earns a profit of
    20%. The cost price per microwave is 
    o
    Rs 7200  o
    Rs. 6,000  o
    Rs 5,000  o
    Rs. 4,000 
    6)
    Amit
    bought 10 cycles for Rs. 1,750 each. He sold four cycles for Rs
    8,400, three for Rs 1900 each At what price should he sell the
    remaining cycles so asto earn an average profit of Rs 320 per
    cycle?  O
    Rs 1,900  o
    Rs 2,000  o
    Rs. 1,800  o
    Rs 2,050  O
    Rs 2,200 
    7)
    What
    sum of money will accumulate to Rs 5,300 at 8% interest in 9
    months? 
    o
    Rs 5,000  o
    Rs 5,400  o
    Rs, 4,500  o
    Rs 4000 
  2. 1)
    Find
    the smallest number, which when divided by 3, 5 and 7 leaves a
    remainder 2 in each case, and is divisible by 11
    o 737 o 735 o
    105  o
    107
    2)
    Which of the following numbers should be added to 3651
    so that it can be divisible by 21? 
    Options
    are
    0 1  0
    2  0
    3  0
    4
    3)
    An aeroplane flies along the sides of an equilateral
    triangle with speed of 300 km/hr, 200 km/hr, 240 kmihr The average
    speed of the plane while flying around the triangle
    is: 
    1)250km/hr  2)275
    km/hr  3)200
    km/hr  4)240km/hr 
    1.A
    2.C 3.D
  3. 1)
    Find
    the value of x if 8^2x / 8^-5=8^7
    0)1  0)0  0)-1  0)
    None of the above 
    2)
    A
    bag contains orange flavoured candies only Malini takes out one
    candy without looking into the bag What is the probability that she
    takes out an orange flavoured candy? 
    Options
    are 0,1/2,1/3,1
    3)
    How many three digits numbers can be formed
    using 2, 3, 4 and 5 with none of the digits being repeated?
    0
    20 0 45 0 24 0 10
    4)
    Which of the following is true for the
    value of 0.999–?
    o It is equal to I  o
    It is less than 1  o
    It is equal to 0.9  0
    None of thea bove 
    5)
    What
    is the remainder if 8^25 is divided by 7? 
    1)25  2)
    8  3)
    1  4)0
    6)
    Product
    of two odd numbers is 
    1)Always
    odd  2)Always
    even  3)Sometimes
    odd and sometimes even 
    4)
    Divisible by 6 
    7)
    If
    m^n= 2401, then m/n = 
    0
    4/7  0
    714  0
    11/3  0
    4/11 
    7)
    2401=7*7*7*7=7^4
    so,m=7 n=4
    m/n=7/4
  4. 1)he
    studied _____ entire chapter for an hour before the
    examination 
    1)The  2)Of
    the  3)For
    the  4)In
    the
    2)FURIOUS (synomyn)
    Options-
    o Swift  o
    Calm  o
    Angry  o
    Attentive 
    3)NONCHALANT
    (synomyn)
    o Keen  o
    Indifferent  o
    Concerned  o
    Handsome 
    4)
    Give the antonym for the underlined word, in the given
    blank Question 
    He
    was very healthy before he got sick Now he is very ______- (healthy
    is underlined word)
    o Well  o
    Weak  o
    Uneasy  o
    Strong 
    5)
    AUDACIOUS (OPPOSITE) 
    o
    Sad  o
    Cowardly  o
    Gloomy  o
    Dim
    6) TIMID(Synomyn)
    0 Fast 0 Slow 0 Medium 0
    Shy
    2.furious=angry 3.nonchalant=indifferent 4.healthy X
    weak
    5.audacious X cowardly 6.timid=shy
  5. X
    Y Z enter into partnership in the ratio 5/4 :3/2:7/3 after 6 months.
    Y decreases his share by 33.333% .if the total profit at the end of
    the year is Rs. 3,53,800 then what is Y’s share of profit ?
    a)
    Rs. 1,70,800 b) Rs. 73,200 c) Rs. 91,500 d) Rs. 1,09,800 e) Rs.
    2,62,300
    X:Y:Z = 5/4:3/2:7/3= 30:36:56
    for
    1year 
    (30*12):(36*6+24*6):(56*12)
    =360:360:672
    Y’s
    share : 353800*360/(360+360+672)
    = 91,500
  6. Parulis
    one-fifth the age her mother was 15 years ago and Parurs brother is
    three-fifth the age his mother was 10 years ago If the sum of Parul
    and her brother’s ages is 31. then how old is Parurs
    mother?  0)50  0)40  0)35  0)60 
    50
    i.e
    present age of parurs mother is ‘x’
    given condition
    (x-15)/5+3(x-10)/5=31
    on solving this we get x=50 parurs mother
    age
  7. A
    vendor bought 15 oi-anges at Rs. 36 for 5 oranges and sold all of
    them at four oranges for Rs. 45. How much did the vendor earn or
    lose in this transaction? 
    O
    Loses Rs. 4.05 per orange 
    O
    Gains Rs. 4.05 per orange 
    O
    Gains
    Rs 60 overall
     
    O
    Loses Rs.5 06 per orange 
    O
    Gains Rs. 75.90 overall 
  8. Question
    1)
    All the faculty members except the HOD ________ to the new
    curriculum proposed by Prof Bhasin 
    1)agreed 
    2)
    agrees 
    3)has
    agreed 
    4)
    was agreed 
    Question
    2)
    The movie can be categorized as average, _____ the thrilling
    and unexpected ending 
    1)Apart 
    2)
    Except 
    3)
    In spite 
    4)Despite 
    Question
    3)
    We want to become internationally _____ in terms of
    technological research 
    Options
    are:
    1)Equipped 
    2)Great 
    3)
    Renowned 
    4)Notonous 
    5)
    Familiar
    Question 4)
    Sediments _________ the footprints of
    moving animals when they become rocks This helps geologists to find
    information about dinosaurs .
    1)Preserve 
    2)
    Keep 
    3)Take 
    4)
    Etch 
    Question
    5)
    PREAMBLE
    (synonymn)
    1)Rules 
    2)Law 
    3)Rights 
    4)Introduction 
    Question
    6)
    ENCHANT (OPPOSITE) 
    1)Repel 
    2)Evoke 
    3)
    Bewitch 
    4)Entice 
    Question
    7)
    An honest man never _____ to lies in order to fulfill his
    goals 
    1)Helps 
    2)
    Tells 
    3)
    Resorts 
    4)Forms 
    Question
    8)
    Sincere people remain loyal—– the irfriends in all
    circumstances 
    1)
    Against 
    2)In
    3)By
    4)
    With 
    5)To 
    Question
    9)
    TENTATiVE (OPPOSITE) 
    1
    )
    Faltering 
    2)Probationary 
    3)Speculative 
    4)Confident 
    5)Trial
    Question
    10)
    ELUSION (OPPOSITE) 
    1)Confront 
    2)Skirting 
    3)Evasion 
    4)
    Illusion 
    1.agrees 2.inspite 3.
    Renowed 4.preserves 5.introduction 6.evoke/REPEL
    7.resorts 8.to 9.confident 10.confront/Skriting
  9. Vacations
    are a chance to take a break from work, see the world and enjoy time
    with family. But do they make you happier? 
    Researchers
    from the Netherlands set out to measure the effect that vacations
    have on overall happiness and how long it lasts. 
    They
    studied happiness levels among 1,530 Dutch adults, 974 of whom took
    a vacation during the 32-week study period. The study, published in
    the journal Applied Research in Quality of Life, showed that the
    largest boost in happiness comes from the simple act of planning a
    vacation. In the study, the effect of vacation anticipation boosted
    happiness for eight weeks.
    After the vacation, happiness quickly
    dropped back to baseline levels for most people. How much stress or
    relaxation a traveler experienced on the trip appeared to influence
    post-vacation happiness. There was no post-trip happiness benefit
    for travelers who said the vacation was “neutral” or
    stressful.”
    Surprisingly, even those travelers who described
    the trip as “relaxing” showed no additional jump in happiness
    after the trip. “They were no happier than people who had not been
    on holiday,” said the lead author, Jeroen Nawijn, tourism research
    lecturer at Breda University of Applied Sciences in the
    Netherlands.
    The only vacationers who experienced an increase in
    happiness after the trip were those who reported feeling “very
    relaxed” on their vacation. Among those people, the vacation
    happiness effect lasted for just two weeks after the trip before
    returning to baseline levels.
    “Vacations do make people happy,”
    Mr. Nawijn said. “But we found people who are anticipating holiday
    trips show signs of increased happiness, and afterward there is
    hardly an effect.”
    One reason vacations don’t boost happiness
    after the trip may have to do with the stress of returning to work.
    And for some travelers, the holiday itself was stressful.
    “In
    comments from people, the thing they mentioned most referred to
    disagreements with a travel partner or being ill,” Mr. Nawijn
    said.
    The research controlled for differences among the
    vacationers and those who hadn’t taken a trip, including income
    level, stress and education. However, Mr. Nawijn noted that
    questions remain about whether the time of year, type of trip and
    other factors may influence post-vacation happiness.
    The study
    didn’t find any relationship between the length of the vacation
    and overall happiness. Since most of the happiness boost comes from
    planning and anticipating a vacation, the study suggests that people
    may get more out of several small trips a year than one big
    vacation, Mr. Nawijn said.
    “The practical lesson for an
    individual is that you derive most of your happiness from
    anticipating the holiday trip,” he said. “What you can do is try
    to increase that by taking more trips per year. If you have a two
    week holiday you can split it up and have two one week holidays. You
    could try to increase the anticipation effect by talking about it
    more and maybe discussing it online.”
    Mr. Nawijn said that
    while he expected the study results to show a prevacation happiness
    boost, he was surprised that the study showed that relaxed holidays
    didn’t affect post-trip happiness levels.
    “People start
    working again,” he said. “They have to catch up. Usually there
    is a big pile of work for them when they get back from the
    holiday.”

    QUE1: In which of the following cases is
    post-vacation happiness minimum?
    a) People who thoroughly enjoyed
    their vacation.
    b) There are pending issues to solve at home and
    workplace.
    c) Vacations lasting longer than eight weeks.
    d)
    Those
    who described the vacation as “Neutral
    ”.
    QUE2:
    What can be a suitable title for the passage?
    a) Stress level
    higher during vacations.
    b) Can
    vacation time make a person happy?
    c)
    Beat the stress , stay away from vacations altogether.
    d)
    Vacations being sidelined which increased stress at workplace.
    QUE3:
    Why are numerous small trips recommended for people?
    a) Shorter
    duration of trips leads to increase in enjoyment.
    b) Exploring
    new places often gives more satisfaction.
    c) There is lesser work
    pressure after short vacations.
    d)
    Planning trips makes people happy
    .
    QUE4:
    Which of the following affects post-vacation happiness?
    a) An
    encounter with stressful situations such as losing luggage.
    b)
    Unplanned vacations result in more happiness than planned ones.
    c)
    Dealing
    with huge pile of work after returning from vacation.
    d)
    Increase in level of anger and frustration.

  10. Q1
    karens
    neighborhood_______ mostly comprises of small shop owners.
    a.
    most b. all c. mostly d. together
Q2
she
woke up______ in start in the middle of night.
a. on b. with c.
in d. as
Q3
she studied ____ entire chapter for an hour before
the examination.
a. in the b. the  c.
of the d. for the
Q4
the rival team won the match ____ they
foul played.
a. since b. while c. yet d. because
Q5
his
coach tells me that he ____ in the league since he was 16 years
old.
a. has played b. will be playing c. is playing d. has been
playing
Q6
it is sad, the way she has______ a once a lifetime
opportunity
a. utilized b. squandered c. developed d.
extended
Q7
we want to become internationally______ in the term
of techonology research
a. equipped b. great c. renowned d.
notorious e. familiar
Q8
in any case it seems like a travesty
to reduce gandhian values to a _______ ban on liquor
a. prosaic b.
characterless c. imaginative d. outdated
Q9
residents
of north pole have different lifestyles and requirments than ____
living in the others part of the world
a. their b. them c.
those d. residents
Q10
at the end of the close fight , paes
emerged _____ in the davis cup finals
a. victory b. victorious c.
Victorian d. victoriful
1.all 2.as 3.the 4.yet 5.d 6.b 7.c 8.c 9.d
10.b (some can be wrong)
  1. There
    are 4 boxes colored red, yellow, green and blue. If 2 boxes are
    selected, how many combinations are there for at least one green box
    or one red box to be selected?
At
least 1 green or 1 red means
(1 green and 1 other) or (1 red and 1
other) or (1 green and 1 red)
Other means yellow and blue
So it
becomes (1c1 * 2c1) + (1c1 * 2c1) + (2c2)
= 2+2+1 = 5
  1. Two
    decades ago, a Thai gardener climbed into the palace of a Saudi
    prince through a second-story window, busted open a safe with a
    screwdriver and stole some 200 pounds of jewelry. The former Saudi
    charge d’affaires in Bangkok told the Washington Post the gardener
    stuffed “rubies the size of chicken eggs” in his vacuum
    cleaner bag, along with a huge, nearly flawless blue diamond, which
    at 50-carats would be one of the largest blue diamonds in the world.
    In January, five Thai policemen were arrested and charged for a
    murder allegedly connected to the case, raising hopes that some of
    the questions surrounding what has come to be known in Thailand as
    the Blue Diamond Affair would finally be answered. For Thailand, it
    could mean improved diplomatic relations with Saudi Arabia,
    potentially bringing back hundreds of thousands of jobs in the
    oil-rich nation to Thai migrant workers.After the 1989 jewel heist,
    the gardener, Kriangkrai Techamong, airmailed the loot to his home
    in northern Thailand and hightailed it back. Soon after, three Saudi
    diplomats in Bangkok were shot execution style in two different
    attacks on the same night. Despite the deaths, the police tried to
    return the gems that weren’t yet sold by Kriangkrai in an official
    visit to Saudi Arabia, hoping this would end the scandal. It didn’t
    take long, however, for Saudi Arabia to claim that most of the
    returned goods were imitation baubles. To add insult to injury,
    local press reported rumors of photos of the wives of bureaucrats
    wearing new diamond necklaces at a charity gala, ones awfully
    similar to ones taken from the Saudi royalty. Needless to say, Saudi
    Arabia was not amused. In June 1990, the country would stop renewing
    the visas of more than a quarter million Thai workers who were
    working in Saudi Arabia and would give out no further ones, cutting
    Thailand off from billions of dollars in remittances. Saudi Arabia
    also barred its citizens from traveling to Thailand as tourists. 
    1)
    What is highlighted in the passage?
    a) The story of disappearanc
    of Blue Diamond.
    b) The conflict of the ownership of jewels
    c)
    The
    consequence and outcome of stealing the blue Diamond
     
    d)
    Saudi Arabia in talks with Thailand to solve existing issues
    2)
    What is known as the the Blue Diamond Affair?
    a) Precious jewelry
    was stolen from the vault in the basement of the palace.
    b) A
    blue diamond was stolen from the safe, along with other precious
    stones.
    c)
    A gaardener stole rubies abd blue diamond with the help of insiders
    in the palace.
    d) 200 pounds of jewelry were stolen in Thailand
    by a gardener
    3) What action did Saudi Arabia take against this
    insult?
    a) Citizens of saudi arabia were not allowed to interact
    with Thai people
    b) Thai tourists were barred from entering Saudi
    Arabia
    c) Thailand was cut off from revenues generated by
    oil-rich countries
    d)
    Visas of Thai workers were not renewed
    4)
    Why did the gems returned by Thailand fail to impress Saudi
    Arabia?
    a) The gems did not resemble the ones that were
    Stolen 
    b)
    The
    gems were fake, and people were spotted wearing similar jewelry

    c)
    The gems were substitutes, and the original were still with thai
    Police.
    d) All the stones expect the blue diamond were returned
    to Saudi royalty.
  2. Three
    types of flooring materials can be used for renovation – wood,
    stone and tile.
    Rules for choosing the mterialare as
    follows:
    Wood flooring is used for houses with 2 or more
    bedrooms.
    Stone flooring is used for 1 or 2 bedroom houses.
    Tile
    flooring may be used along with wood flooring in houses with more
    than 4 bedrooms.
    More than 1 small kitchen must have tile
    flooring.
    Houses with a big and small kitchen require stone
    flooring.
    A big kitchen can either have tile or wood
    flooring.
    Que1: Which flooring materials will be used for a house
    with 3 bedrooms and a big kitchen?
    a) Tile b) Wood
    or Stone
    c)
    Stone d) Wood
Que2:
What will be used to renovate a house with 2 small kichens and 4
bedrooms:
a) Wood and stone b) Wood
and tile
c)
Tile or stone d) Tile and stone
Que3: What type of material will
be used for 2 bedrooms house with 2 small kitchens?
a) Wood and
stone b) Stone c) Tile
and stone
d)
Wood
Que4: What can be used for a house with a bedroom and a big
kitchen?
a) Stone b) Wood or tile c) Both
1 and 2
d)
None of the above
d)wood..as
it has 3 bedrooms which satisfies point 1 and a big kitchen which
satisfies point 6

  1. A)
    we all know that Shakespeare is B) the better novelist C) than
    poet
    A) B)
    C) D)no improvement the best or a better
  2. A)
    The study did not said B) how the countries would C) implement the
    plan.
    Opt: A)
    B) C) D)NO error
  3. It
    is sad , the way she has ……………….. a ‘once a lifetime ‘
    opportunity.
    Opt: A) Utilized B) Squandered C)
    Developed D) Extended
  4. Que: 
    The
    car is in such terrible state ……………… it can cause
    serious damage.
    Opt: A) Thus B) Since C) That D) so
    the answer
    will be “that”.
    the question is tricky but very
    simple
    We need a connection here. So that is the appropriate
    conjunction showing the condition of the Car, that is terrible
  5. QUE:
    S1:
    He is a famous novelist.
    S6: But I doubt he would ever stop
    writing novels , as he makes tremendous profit of these.
    P: I
    think he would be more successful as a columnist.
    Q: I prefer
    reading his magazines editorials.
    R: however I am not fond of his
    books.
    S: All his books have been completely sold out.
    Opt: A)
    PQRS B) SQPR C) PSRQ d)SRQP
  6. SOLVE
    THIS PASSAGES BEFORE GOING TO TAKE AMCAT EXAM-VERY VERY IMP
    PASSAGES
    Passage
    Fasting is an act of homage to the majesty of
    appetite. So I think we should arrange to give up our pleasures
    regularly-our food, our friends, our lovers- in order to preserve
    their intensity, and the moment of coming back to them. For this is
    the moment that renews and refreshes both oneself and the thing one
    loves. Sailors and travelers enjoyed this once, and so did hunters,
    I suppose. Part of the weariness of modern life may be that we live
    too much on top of each other, and are entertained and fed too
    regularly.

    Once we were separated by hunger both from our
    food and families, and then we learned to value both. The men went
    off hunting, and the dogs went with them; the women and children
    waved goodbye. The cave was empty of men for days on end; nobody
    ate, or knew what to do. The women crouched by the fire, the wet
    smoke in their eyes; the children wailed; everybody was hungry. Then
    one night there were shouts and the barking of dogs from the hills,
    and the men came back loaded with meat.

    This was the great
    reunion, and everybody gorged themselves silly, and appetite came
    into its own; the long-awaited meal became a feast to remember and
    an almost sacred celebration of life. Now we go off to the office
    and come home in the evenings to cheap chicken and frozen peas. Very
    nice, but too much of it, too easy and regular, served up without
    effort or wanting. We eat, we are lucky, our faces are shining with
    fat, but we don’t know the pleasure of being hungry any more.

    Too
    much of anything-too much music, entertainment, happy snacks, or
    time spent with one’s friends- creates a kind of impotence of living
    by which one can no longer hear, or taste, or see, or love, or
    remember. Life is short and precious, and appetite is one of its
    guardians, and loss of appetite is a sort of death. So if we are to
    enjoy this short life we should respect the divinity of appetite,
    and keep it eager and not too much blunted.
    Select the correct
    answer option based on the passage.
    Question
    • 1) What is
    the author’s main argument in the passage?
    a) The olden times,
    when the roles of men and women were clearly divided, were far more
    enjoyable than the present time
    b) There is not enough effort
    required anymore to obtain food and hence the pleasure derived is
    not the same
    c) People who don’t have enough to eat enjoy life
    much more than those who have plentiful
    d) We
    should deny ourselves pleasures once in a while in order to whet our
    desires and feel more alive
    Select
    the correct answer option based on the passage.
    Question

    2) What are the benefits of fasting?
    a) It is an act against the
    drawbacks of appetite
    b)
    It brings joy in eating, and one learns to appreciate

    food
    c) It is the method to understand how civilization
    evolved
    d) It is a punishment for the greedy and unkind

    Select
    the correct answer option based on the passage.
    Question

    3) What commonality has been highlighted between the sailors and
    hunters?
    a) Neither were fed nor entertained regularly
    b) They
    renew and refresh themselves regularly
    c) They
    were regularly separated from their loved ones and things they
    liked
    d)
    The roles of men and women were clearly divided for both
    professions
    Select the correct answer option based on the
    passage.
    Question
    • 4) ‘The long-awaited meal became a feast
    to remember and an almost sacred celebration of life’, what does
    this line imply?
    a) After so many days of being hungry, the cave
    men and women felt alive once again after eating the food
    b)
    People
    respected and were thankful for getting food after days of being
    hungry and also of being united with their loved ones

    c)
    Cave men and women ate and celebrated together with the entire
    community making the feast really enjoyable
    d) Cave men and women
    enjoyed themselves in the feast and performed a ceremony to thank
    the Gods for their safe return back home