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TEST OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE

DIRECTION (41-50) Read the following passage


carefully and answer the question given below it.
Certain words have been printed in bold to help you
locate them while answering some to the questions.

There was a famous temple on a high hill in


Assam. The priest of this temple was widely
respected and was known to be a great scholar.
When he grew old, he started searching for a
younger priest who could take charge of the
temple after his death. But, much to his dismay, he
could not find any suitable person. As the priest
lay on his deathbed, he called the trustee of the
temple and told him, As soon as he said these
words, he died. Information traveled far and wide
that the head priest of the famous temple had
died and now there was an urgent need . for a
replacement. A day was set for the selection of the
successor. That day, starting at dawn, aspirants
started trekking the steep and torturous climb to
the temple. The route to the temple was indeed
difficult; it was full of thorns, and stone. By the
time most people managed to reach the temple,
they had received. Minor cuts and bruises on their
feet and hands.
After breakfast, the selection process
started. The trustee asked all the aspirants to
recite difficult shlokas, or verses from the sacred
texts, and explain various procedures of
priesthood. By afternoon, as the selection process
was about to end, one young man walked slowly
into the temple. The trustee noticed him and said,
Young man, you are very late. What took you so
long? And what happened to your clothes, why are
they torn? Your feet and hands are bleeding so
badly. The man replied, know sir, I am late, so I
will not participate in the competition. If have your
permission, I will just get my wounds treated, rest
for a while and then go back to my village. But
the trustee was curious to know about this man.
He asked again, But how did you, manage to hurt
yourself so badly, did you not follow the same
route as the others? Yes Sir, I did, replied the
man, But I thought I must remove the thorns and
other shart, stones from the path so that when
people come to pray in this temple they must not
get hurt. That is why I got late and that is how I

hurt myself. I apologize for the delay, but as I said,


I know I am late and hence I dont wish participate
in the competition. It will not be fair to the others
if I participated. Hearing this, the trustee smiled
and said, Congratulations, you have been chosen.
I am sure that when our noble priest was buying
and he said that he wanted a human being to be
his successor, he meant that he wanted some like
you. this statement infuriated the other
participants. what do you mean? they
demanded. Are we not humans? This man just
said that he did not wish to participate. How can
you choose him as he has not gone through any of
the tests.
The trustee replied, Our priest used to say
that even animals know. How to watch for their
self interest; they know how to avoid danger,
search food and so on. Only a human being
knows how to watch for other peoples interests
and well being. All of you climbed the same
torturous path. But only this man thought about
the others; and cleared the path no one would get
hurt. By this definition, only he qualifies as a
human being and hence only he should be the
successor of the great old priest.
41.What happened immediately after the old
priest died?
(A) The trustee shut the temple and started
mourning for the old priest
(B) The trustee took the old priests position and
appointed a younger trustee
(C) Word spread that there was an urgent need
for the old priests successor
(D) Everyone started searching for younger priests
(E) Everyone refused to become the old priests
successor
42. Why was the old priest looking; for a younger
priest?
(A)So that the younger priest became his
successor (B) So that the old priest had a student
(C) So that the younger priest searched for a
successor (D) Because in those days younger
priests were more educated than older priests
(E)Because the trustee wanted a younger priest
to take care of the temple

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43. Why was the young man late for the


competition?
(A) He had forgotten his way and thus had taken
a longer route to the temple (B) He was removing
all the stones and thorns from the path which led
to the temple (C) He was giving water tot the
other participants when they were on their way to
the temple (D) He had some household chores to
complete (E) He had forgotten all about the
competition in the morning
44. What was the trustees decision when the
young man gave his explanation for being lage?
(A) He immediately selected the young man as
the successor to the old priest
(B) He scolded him and said that he should
have been careful
(C) He asked the young man
to go and get his wounds treated
(D) He asked the other participants to leave the
temple premises
(E) He gave a huge sum of
money to the young man
45. What was the old priests definition of a
human being?
(A) Those who succeed in life, and earn a lot of
money are human beings
(B) Those who watch for other peoples
interests and well being are human beings
(C) Those who put stones and thorns in other
peoples path are human beings
(D) Those who know how to make other people
laugh are human beings
(E) Those who know how to recite shlokas are
human beings
46. How did the other participants react to the
trustees decision?
(A) They took it sportingly and learnt a lesson
from the incident
(B) They congratulated the trustee for being so
wise and fair
(C) They got angry and objected
to the trustee and the young man
(D) They decided to get even with the trustee
and the young man (E) They cursed the trustee
and stomped out of the temple premises
47. What did the trustee ask during the selection
process?
(A) He asked the aspirants to recite shlokas and
verses from sacred texts
(B) He asked the aspirants to explain the various
procedures of pries of priesthood

(C) He asked the aspirants to give an


introduction of themselves
(D) He asked the aspirants to tell him the
qualities of an ideal priest
(E) Both (A) and (B)
48. What would be an appropriate title for this
passage?
(A) The famous temple (B) The old priest
(C) The torturous path (D) The true successor
(E)The unjust trustee
Choose the word/group of words which is most similar
in the meaning to the word/group of
words printed in bold as used in the passage.

49. Qualifies
(A) Is trained in (B) Meets the criteria
(C) Excels in (D) Is impressive (E) Is dynamic
Choose the word/group of words which is most similar
in the meaning to the word/group of words printed in
bold as used in the passage.

50. Minor
(A) Chief (B) Main
(D) Distinct (E)Severe

(C) Complete

Directions(51-55)-Read each sentence to find out


whether there is any grammatical error or idiomatic
error in it. The error, if any, will be in one part of the
sentence. The letter of that part is the answer. If there
is no error the answer is(E). (Ignore errors of
punctuation if any.)

51.They did not follow the (1)/directions properly


so (2)/they had difficult(3)/ in reaching my house.
(4)/No Error (E)
52. The group members (1)/had to surer allot of
problems as (2)/their (3)/leader were biased.
(4)/No Error (5)
53.He was supposed(1)/ to pick them (2)/up from
the airport(3)/but he reaches late.(4)/No Error (5)
54. He gained admission (1)/to one of the (2)/best
commerce colleges (3)/in the city. (4)/No Error (5)
55. His friends tried (1)/to convince him to
(2)/participate in the competition (3)/but he
refused.(4) No Error (5)
Directions (56-60) In each question below, four
words print in bold type are given. These are Lettered
(A),(B),(C)and (D). One of these words printed in bold
may either be wrongly spelt or inappropriate in the
context of the sentence. Find out the word that is
inappropriate or wrongly Spelt, if any. The letter of
that word is your answer. If all the words printed in

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bold are correctly spelt and appropriate in the context


of the sentence then mark (E) i.e. All Correct as your
answer.

64. Which of the following should be the FOURTH


sentence in the rearrangement?
(A)A
(B)c (C)b (D)f (E)d

56.All the officers (1)/ were asked (2)/to report


(3)/to duty (4)/at sharp 7 a.m. All correct (E)

65. Which of the following should be the SECOND


sentence in the rearrangement?
(A)a
(B)f (C)d (D)e (E)a

57. She fell ill due (1)/to anxiety just (2)/one week
(3)/before the ecsam. (4) All correct (E)
58. They requested (1)/everyone to take their
(2)/seats(3)/and maintain silence.4)All correct (E)
59. They spoke (1)/in such a laud (2)/voice that
even their neighbours (3)/could hear them. (4)All
correct (E)
60. Manish accused (1)/his rival
steeling.(3)/his designs. (4) All correct (E)

(2)/of

Directions (61-65) Rearrange the following 6


sentences (a), (b), (c), (d), (e) and (f) in proper
sequence to form a meaningful paragraph them
answer the questions given below them.

(a) I cant bear it ! he screamed, Ill pay the


fine.
(b) After he had received a few strokes he
began to turn and twist to avoid the whip.
(c) So he paid the fine and was let off, but he
became the laughing-stock of the city for having
taken three punishments for one crime.
(d) A man was caught stealing a bag of onions
and was taken to the court where the judge gave
him a choice of three punishments: eat the stolen
onions in one sitting; submit to a hundred lashes
of the whip or pay a fine.
(e) I cant eat the onions so give me the lashes
instead, he said.
(f) The man said he would eat the onions and
began confidently, but after eating a few his eyes
began to burn, his nose started running and his
mouth felt as if it was on fire.
61. Which of the following should be the FIFTH
sentence in the rearrangement?
(A)d
(B)b (C)a (D)f (E)e
62. Which of the following should be the FIRST
sentence in the rearrangement?
(A) d
(B)b (C) c (D)a (E)f
63. Which of the following should be the LAST
(SIXTH) sentence in the rearrangement?
(A)b
(B)e (C)d (D)a (E)c

Directions(66-70) Each sentence below has a blanks,


each blank indication that something has been
omitted. Choose the word/s that best fits the meaning
of the sentences as a whole.

66. We ______decided ____buy a new car.


(A)have, to (B)has, is (C)are, in (D)is, to
(E)can,are
67. Rohan___asleep while watching the film.
(A)is (B)found (C)fail (D)fell (E)find
68. Priti passed her exams with ____colours.
(A)falling (B)seeing (C)different (D)flying
(E)single
69. She translated an English___passage to Hindi
without using a ____
(A) meaning (B)dictionary (C) symbols
(D) language (E)adjective
70. Tina finds it difficult to talk to people as she
____introvert:
(A) was a (B) can the (C) is an (D)being a
(E) thought an
Directions(71-80) In the following passage there are
blanks, each of which has been numbered. These
numbers are printed below the passage, against each,
five words are suggested, one of which fits the blank
appropriately. Find out appropriate word in each case.

Long ago, in a..(71) forest there were many


tall and beautiful trees. They were happy and
proud of themselves. There was one tree (72)
them whose branches were twisted and its roots
had uneven curves. All the trees made fun of that
tree. Everyone including the tree itself felt that it
was ugly How are you, hunch back? the other
trees always shouted and their laughter made the
ugly tree feel sad. But, it never raised a voice
against them. They ugly tree thought, I.. (73) I
was as beautiful as them. Why did God do this to
me? Neither can I provide shade to the travelers
nor can the birds make their (74) on me. No body
needs me. One day woodcutter came to the
forest. He took a look at the trees and said,
These trees are lovely. I must cut them. As soon

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as he (75) up his axe the trees got frightened.


None of us are going to be spared. Screamed
one of the beautiful trees. Soon all the trees were
brought to (76) by the woodcutters axe.
By now, the woodcutter had come near the
ugly tree. He had just raised his axe when
suddenly he noticed how(77) the ugly tree was.
This crooked trees seems to be useless for me. I
cannot make long straight logs out of this ugly
tree, he thought. And he moved towards another
beautiful tree. The ugly tree (78) a sigh of relief. It
realized that by making it ugly, God had actually
given it a boon.
From that day the ugly tree never (79) It
was happy with its crooked branches. It never
forgot how it was (80) from the woodcutters axe,
only because it was crooked and ugly.
71. (A)old (B)short (C)dense (D)entertaining
(E)stout

85. 55% of 754 - ?% of 245 = 370.6


(A)24 (B)15 (C)21 (D)18
86. +

=?

(A)

(B)

(C)

(D)

87. 99 9 0.2 = ? (A)4.2 (B)46 (C)55 (D)2.2


2

88. (14) (5) - 144 - 10 = (?)


2
2
(A)(7) (B) 7 (C) -9 (D) (49)
89. ? 22 X 16 = 4776
(A)6756 (B)6675 (C)6567 (D)6765
90. 24679 + 4102 2087 = ? X 30
(A)899.9 (B)889.8 (C)878.8 (D)898.9 (E)NONE
91. 9050 40 = ?
(A)218.25 (B)227.75 (C)224.25 (D)233.75(E)NONE
92. 226 X 7 = 113 X 32
(A)32 (B)256 (C)16 (D)4 (E)NONE

72. (A)on (B)at (C)below (D)far (E)among

93. 19% of 421 + ? = 150


(A)67.47 (B)69.12 (C)74.33 (D)70.01 (E)NONE

73. (A)want (B)demand (C)wish


(D)request (E)think

94. ?% of 525 (9)2 = 202.5


(A)54 (B)48 (C)66 (D)46 (E)NONE

74. (A)house (B)palaces


(D)nests (E)buildings

95. 56484 3284 7125 = ?


(A)45380 (B)47365 (C)48025 (D)46850 (E)NONE

(C)burrows

75. (A)shows (B)picked


(C)summoned
(D)threw (E)measured

96. 118 X 107 8671 = ?


(A)3825 (B)3985 (C)3595 (D)3945 (E)NONE

76. (A)ground
(B)hell
(D)surface (E)down

97. 5434 + 5782 = ? X 25


(A)446.34 (B)484.24 (C)442.64 (D)488.64(E)NONE

(C)heaven

77. (A)tall
(B)sensible
(D)green (E)crooked

(C)frightened

98. 40129 + 38924 = ? + 67713


(A)13640 (B)10540 (C)12430 (D)11340 (E)NONE

78. (A)thought (B)said


(D)smiled (E)heaved

(C)commented

99. 172 of of

79. (A)prayed
(D)complained

(B)laughed
(E)cursed

80. (A)given (B)spared


(D)killed (E)taken

(C)lived

(C)stolen

81. 12.5 X 13.4 X 9.3 = ?


(A)1768.75 (B)1557.75 (C)1757.25 (D)1585.25
82. 148.24 + 124.84 + 184.28 = ?
(A)457.36 (B)547.27 (C)475.18 (D)574.42
83. 5 X ? = 2848 4
(A)138.2 (B)127.5 (C)142.4 (D)152.4
84. 5800 (32 X 14.5) = ?
(A)14.5 (B)17.5 (C)12.5 (D)10.5

of 7450 = ?

(A)1158.5(B)1117.5 (C)1144.5 (D)1128.5 (E)NONE


4

100. 49 X 7 343 = 7
(A)6 (B)4 (C)12 (D)10 (E)NONE
101. What will come in place of both the question
marks (?) in the following questions?
1.2
1.8
? /343=8/?
(A)8 (B)14 (C)6 (D)12 (E)None
102. The cost of 8 Sharpeners and 12 Pens is Rs.76
What is the cost of 20 sharpeners and 30 Pens?
(A)Rs. 172 (B) Rs.186 (C) Rs.190
(D) Cannot be determined (E)None
103. The owner of an electronic store charges his
customer 14% more than the cost price. If a

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customer paid Rs. 1,65,300 for and LED TV, then


what was the original price of the TV?
(A) Rs.1,40,400 (B) Rs.1,52,500 (C)Rs.1,45,000
(D) Rs.1,35,000 (E)None
104. A truck covers a certain distance in 6 hours at
the speed of 55 kn/hr. What is the average speed
of a car which travels a distance of 180 kms more
than the truk in the same time?
(A)85 km/hr (B)72 km/hr (C)90 km/hr
(D)88 km/hr (E)None
105. What is the least number to be added to 5600
to make it a perfect square?
(A)16 (B)25 (C)142 (D)124 (E)None
106. The sum of 18% of a number and 6% of the
same number is 492. what is 12% of that number?
(A)234 (B)242 (C)256 (D)264 (E)None
107. 6 Women alone can complete a piece of work
in 12 days, whereas 6 children alone take 48 days
to complete the same piee of work. How many
days will 6 women and 24children together take to
complete the piece of work?
(A)6 (B)10 (C)8 (D)4 (E)None
108. There are 460 employees in an organization.
Out of which 45% got promoted. How many
employee got promoted?
(A)173 (B)182 (C)197 (D)201 (E)None
109. If the fractions 3/7, 7/8, 6/11, 11/13 and 5/9
are arranged in descending order of their values,
which one will be the fourth?
(A)7/8 (B)5/9 (C)11/13 (D)6/11 (E)None
110. In an examination it is required to get 65% of
the aggregate marks to pass. A student gets 522
marks and is declared failed by 7% marks. What
are the maximum aggregate marks a student can
get?
(A) 850
(B)780
(C)900
(D)Cannot be
determined (E)None
111. Nilesh sold an item for Rs. 6,400 and incurred
a loss of 20% .At what prices should he have sold
the item to have gained a profit of 20%?
(A) Rs.7,800 (B)Rs.9,600 (C) Rs.8,750
(D)Cannot be determined (E)None
112. What would be the area of a circle whose
diameter is 154 cm?
(A) 19402 sq.cm (B)17688 sq.cm
(C)18634 sq.cm (D)16834 sq.cm (E)None

113. 8, 33, 53, 68, 78, ?


(A)85 (B)81 (C)87 (D)84 (E)None
114. 6, 10, 18, 34, 66, ?
(A)130 (B)118 (C)98 (D)124 (E)None
115. 320, 239, 190, 165, 156. ?
(A)153 (B)148 (C)147 (D)155 (E)None
Directions (116-120) In each of these questions an
equation is given with q question mark (?) in places of
the correct figure on the right hand side which
satisfies the equality. Based on the values on the left
hand side and the symbol of equality given, you have
to decide which of the following figures will satisfy the
equality and thus come in place of the questions
mark.

116. [(78 156) 1.25] < (?)


(A)-0.5 (B)-0.402 (C)-0.4 (D)-0.54 (E)-0.38
117. [148 {28 58}] (?)
(A) 178 (B) 178 (C) 89 (D) (89)2 (E) -356
118. [{196 - 64} X 2.5] = (?)
(A) -12 (B) 15 (C) 14 (D) 12 (E) -15
119. [{44 8} + {93 2}] (?)
(A) 52 (B) -104 (C) +52 (D) 2704 (E) 2704
120. [{60 (3)2 } X 4] > (?)
(A) 203.5 (B) 221 (C) 204 (D) 216 (E) 208.5
REASONNING ABILITY
121. 1 is subtracted from each even digit and 2
is added to each odd in the number 4572368.
Which of the following will be the difference
between the second digit from the right and the
third digit from the left of the new number thus
formed?
(A) 4 (B) 2 (C) 3 (D) 1 (E)5
122. Four car dealers, A,B,C and D each give
different discounts on the same car. Dealer D gives
less discount than dealer A. Dealer B gives lesser
discount than dealer D but greater than discount
given by dealer C. Which dealer amongst the four
gives the least discount?
(A)C (B)A (C)B (D)Either (A)or (C)
(E)Cannot be determined
123. In acertain language ja la no pe means not
an even contest, ki pe li la means not even a
bruise and ze ba ja fo means an honour for me.
What does no mean in that language?
(A) honour (B) an (C) even
(D) contest (E) bruise

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124. If each of the vowel in the word PRODUCTS is


changed to the next letter in the English
alphabetical series and each consonant is changed
to the previous letter in the English alphabetical
series, and then the alphabetical so formed are
arranged in alphabetical order from left to right
which of the following will be fifth from the left of
the new arrangement thus formed?
(A) V (B) Q (C) P (D) D (E) R
125. The position of how many alphabets will
remain the same if each of the alphabets in the
word PALMIST is rearranged in the alphabetical
order form left to right?
(A) None (B) One (C) Two
(D) Three (E) More than three
126. Neha correctly remembers that last time
sports meet was held after January but before
august.Priya corcectly remembers that the sports
meet was held before June. Udit correctly
remembers that the month in which the sports
meet was held had more than 30 days. In which
month of the year was the sports meet definitely
held?
(A) October (B) May (C)March
(D)February (E) Either March or May
127. How many meaningful English words can be
formed with the letters TCA using each letter once
in each word?
(A) None (B) One (C) Two
(D) Three (E) More than three
128. In a certain code EIGHT is oded as CGEFR
and FORTH is coded as DMPRF . In the same
code THIRD will be coded as?
(A) VJKFT (B) KWITD (C) XMHZO
(D) RFKPB (E)RFGPB
129. Nidhi starts from her house and cycles 4m,
towards the west. She then takes a right turn and
cycles 9m. she now takes a left turn and cycles 21
m before taking a final left turn and cycling 9m.
What distance and towards which direction should
Nidhi cycle in order to reach home?
(A)17m in towards West (B)25m towards East
(C)13m towards South (D)17m towards East
(E) 25m towards West
130. Which of the following will come in place of
the question mark? XW, UT, QP, LK, ?
(A) GF (B) QR (C) IH (D) FE (E) ED

Directions

(131-135) Study the following


arrangement carefully and answer the questions
Given below:
E B A D C D U A D B A B D E D B E A B
A B C U A C D C E B C U
131. How many meaningful words can be formed
with the alphabets which are first, third and sixth
from the right end of the above arrangement?
(A) None (B) One (C) Two (D) Three
(E) More than three
132. How many such vowels are there in the
above arrangement each of which is immediately
followed by a D and also immediately preceded
by a consonant?
(A) One (B) Two (C) Three (D) Four
(E)More than Four
133. Which of the following is the fifth to the right
of the eighteenth from the right end of the above
arrangement?
(A) B (B) C (C) D (D) U (E) A
134. If all the Ds are dropped from the above
arrangement, which of the following will be
eleventh from the left and of the above
arrangement? (A) B (B) A (C) U (D) C (E) None
135. How many such pairs of alphabets are there
in the series of alphabets given in bold in the
above arrangement each of which has as many
letters between them (in both forward and
backward directions)as they have between them
in the English alphabetical series?
(A) None (B) One (C) Two (D) Three
(E) More than three
Directions(136-140) Study the following information
carefully and answer the given questions.

C,D,F,H,J,K,L and N are sitting around a


circular table facing the centre. J and are
immediate neighbors of each other but either J
nor N is an immediate neighbor of L. F sits third to
the right of L. K sits second to of each of C. C is not
an immediate neighbor of L. N sits third to the left
of H.
136. In which of the following pairs, is the second
person sitting to the immediate left of the first
person?
(A) DL (B) KF (C) DN (D) NC (E) HK
137. Four of the following five are similar in a
certain way based on their position in the seating
arrangement and so form a group. Which of the
following does not belong to the group?
(A) KL (B) HF (C) FJ (D) NL (E) DH

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138. How many people sit between F and N when


counted in clockwise direction from F?
(A) None (B) One (C) Two (D)Three (E) Four
139. What is the position of J with respect to L in
the above arrangement?
(A) 2nd to the right (B) 4th to the left
(C) 3rd to the right (D) 4th to the right
(E) 5th to the right
140. Who sits third to the right of C?
(A) 2nd to the right (B) 4th to the left
(C) 3rd to the right (D) 4th to the right
(E) None of these
Directions (141-145) In each question below are
three statements followed by two conclusions
numbered I and II. You have to take the three given
statements to be true even if they seem to be at
variance from commonly known facts and then decide
which of the given conclusions logically follows from
the three statements disregarding commonly known
facts.

Give Answers (A) If only conclusion I follows


(B) If only conclusion II follows
(C) If only conclusion I or conclusion II follows
(D) If neither conclusion I nor conclusion II follows
(E) If both conclusion I and conclusion II follows
141. Statements: Some raises are promotions.
All promotions are hikes.
All hike are advances
Conclusions: I. Some hikes are raises.
II. Some advances are not promotions
142. Statements: All protests are agitations.
All agitations are boycotts.
All boycotts are campaigns.
Conclusions: I. Some agitations are not
campaigns. II. All boycotts are protests.
143. Statements: All areas are volumes.
All perimeters are volumes.
All lengths are perimeters.
Conclusions: I. Some areas are perimeters.
II. All lengths are volumes.
144. Statements: All messages are posts
All mails are posts.
No post is a letter
Conclusions: I. Some mails are messages.
II. No messages is a letter.
145. Statements: All streets are roads.
Some roads are avenues.
All avenues are highways.

Conclusions: I. Some highways are roads.


II. Some avenues are streets.
Directions(146-150) Following questions are based
on the five three digit numbers given below:

916, 527, 348, 765, 682


146. If all the numbers are arranged in descending
order from left to right, which of the following will
be the sum of all the three digits of the number
which is second from the right of the new
arrangement thus formed?
(A) 16 (B) 18 (C) 17 (D) 15 (E)14
147. If all the digits in each of the numbers are
arranged in ascending order within the number,
which of the following will form the highest
number in the new arrangement of numbers?
(A) 916 (B) 527 (C) 348 (D) 765 (E) 682
148. What will be the resultant if third digit of the
highest number is divided by the first of the lowest
number?
(A) 4 (B) 1 (C) 2 (D) 3 (E) 1.5
149. If the positions of the second and the third
digits of each of the numbers are interchanged, in
how many numbers thus formed will the second
digit be a perfect square? (1 is also a perfect
square) (A)None (B)One (C)Two (D)Three (E) Four
150. If two is subtracted from the first digit of each
of the numbers, how many numbers thus formed
will be divisible by three?
(A) None (B) One (C) Two (D) Three (E) Four
Directions(151-155) Study the following information
carefully and answer the given questions.

B,D,F,H,J,L,N are sitting in a straight line


fain North. B sits fourth to the left of L. H sits to
the right of L with only one person sitting between
them. J sits third to the right of D. N is not an
immediate neighbor of L.
151. Four of the following five are alike in a certain
way based on their seating positions in the above
arrangement and do form a group. Which is the
one that does not belong to that group?
(A) HF (B) JD (C) LN (D) FB (E) LH
152. Which of the following pairs represents the
persons sitting at the extreme corners of the line?
(A) NL (B) FN (C) BH (D) FD (E) None
153. How many persons sit between J and N?
(A) None (B) One (C) Two (D) Three (E) Four

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154. If all the persons are made to sit in


alphabetical order from right to left, the positions
of how many will remain unchanged as compared
to the original seating positions?
(A) None (B) One (C) Two (D) Three (E) Four

162. The document can be maximum Zoomed


upto the size of
(1)500% (2)600% (3)250% (4)300% (5)None
163. Replace command is available on
(1)Edit (2File (3)View (4)Tools (5)None

155. What is the position of L with respect to N?


(A) 4th to the left (B) 2nd to the right
(C) 3rd to the right (D)2nd to the left
(E) 3rd to the left

164. The first Digital Computer is


(1)Lynex (2)Univeck (3)Transisters
(4)Intel (5)None

Directions (156-200) In each quesioon below is given

165. Character size is measured in


(1)Bits (2)Points (3)Bytes (4)Both 1&2 (5)None

a Number/Symbol followed by five combinations of


letter codes lettered (A), (B), (C), (D) and (E). You have
to find out which of the combinations correctly
represents the number/symbol based on the following
coding system and the conditions and mark the
number of that combination as your answer.
Number/symbol: > 9 $ 4 2 7 @ % 3 6 * 8 5 #
Letters Code:
I U M W F H C R B A E P T Q K

Conditions:
(i) If the first element is an even digit and the
last a symbol, the even digit is to be coded as the
code for the symbol
(ii) If the group of elements only symbol, that
symbol is to be coded as the code for the elements
following it.
(iii) If both the third and fourth elements are
numbers, the fourth number is to be coded as the
code for the second element.
156. 247 % 93
(A) HFCUBA (B) HFCBBA (C) HFCBUA
(D) HCFUUA (E) HFCUUA
157. 59 > 764
(A) QUCCFE (B) QUICEF (C) QUCIEF
(D) QUIEF (E) QUCCEF

166. Computer error is known as


(1)Buffer (2)Compiler (3)BUG (4)Error (5)None
167. Which software checks the syntactic error in
a program
(1)Complier (2)Interpreter
(3)Compiler & Interpreter (4)Hard disk (5)None
168. Which can be used s Primary memory
(1)ROM (2)Floppy Disk (3)DVD (4)RAM (5)None
169. Name the device used for connecting PC by
using telephone lines
(1)Internet (2)Network (3)Modem
(4)Connecter (5)None
170. The computer as a machine and all othr
computer physical equipment associated with it
are termed as
(1) Software (2) Firmware (3) Hardware
(4) ALU
(5) None
171. Which is a part of CPU
(1) Mouse (2) Keyboard (3) Printer
(4) Speaker (5 )None

158. 2 # 9 $ 6 %
(A) BKUWEB (B) HKUWEH (C) HKUWEB
(D) BKWUEB (E) BKUEWB

172. The entire work sheet in excel can be selected


by
(1) Crtl+Shift (2) Alt+Shift (3) Shift+Space bar
(4) Ctrl+Shift+Space (5) None

159. 9 * 8 45
(A) UPMMFQ (B) UPTPFQ (C) UPMTFQ
(D) UPMTFQ (E) UPTMQF

173. HTML is a
(1) Package (2) Protocol (3) Language
(4) Network (5) None

160. # @ 834 ^
(A) KATAFI (B) KRTRFI (C) KRFRTI
(D) KRTAFI (E) KATRFI

174. Wizard menu appears in the ___


(1) File (2) Tools (3) Edit (4) View (5) None

COMPUTER KNOWLEDGE
161. Which is a graphical package
(1)HTML (2)Corel Draw (3)Internet (4)C++(5)None

175. In Ms-Word Mail Merge command is


available in
(1) Edit menu (2) Tools (3) File
(4) Insert menu (5) None

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176. Which key is used for spelling and grammer


checking:
(1)F5 (2)F1 (3)F2 (4)F7 (5)None
177. Length of IP address is
(1)4bits (2)4bytes (3)33bits (4)16bytes (5)None
178. What is the extension of file created in Power
Point
(1) .Doc (2) .Ext (3) .ppt (4) .Exl (5) None

191. You can start Microsoft word by using the


button
(1) New (2) Starts (3) Program
(4) Control panel (5) None
192. Information on a computer is stored as
(1) Analog Data (2) Digital Data
(3) Modem Data (4) Watts Data (5) None

179. Hardware that adds two number is:


(1) ALU (2) ALC (3) CPU (4) Memory (5) None

193. Stack is a _____structure


(1) LIFO (2) FIFO (3) Both 1 & 2
(4) Either 1 & 2 (5) None

180. Data are


(1) Raw facts (2) Figures
(4) Raw facts figure (5) None

194.In C++ Programming the extension of Programs


is
(1) .CPP (2) .Cpt (3) .C (4) .Cplus (5) None

(3) Problems

181. Collection of files is called


(1)Book (2)Record (3)Report (4)Folder (5)None
182. The World Wide Web is composed of
(1) No.of Pages (2) No.of Files
(3) No.of WebPages (4) No.of Programs (5) None
183. Which is the extension HTML document
created in MS-word
(1) .Doc (2) .Exl (3) .htm (4) .ppt (5) None
184. What is the extension of a excel work book.
(1) .xls (2) .Doc (3) .ppt (4) .bmp (5) None

195. In Ms-Access, a label can have primary


key/keys
(1) One (2) Two (3) Three (4) Four (5) None
196. Which one amongst them is not an Inter
network
(1) MAN (2) LAN (3) WAN (4) ALL (5) None
197. A work shet can have a maximum number of
rows.
(1) 128 (2) 256 (3) 512 (4) 1024 (5) None

185. Oracle is
(1) Package (2) Language (3)Network
(4) Software (5)None of these

198. Which is the following is not a valid data type


in Excel
(1) Number
(2) Character (3) Label
(4) Date/time
(5) None

186. Windows 95, windows 98 and windows NT


are known as
(1) Processors (2) Domain names (3)Modems
(4) Operating systems (5) None

199. RAM is a
(1) File (2) Network (3) Memory
(4) Disk (5) None

187. Which of the following is not a common


feature of software applications?
(1) Menus (2) Window (3) Help
(4) Search (5) None
188. Computers send and receive data in the form
of these signals.
(1) Analog (2) Digital (3) Modulated
(4) Demodulated (5) None
189. Each box is a spread sheet is called a
(1) Cell (2) Empty space (3)Record
(4)Filed (5)None
190.An example of a telecommunications device is
(1)Keyboard (2)Mouse (3)Printer
(4)Modem (5)None

200. Correction of Program is done by


(1) Compilation (2) Assembling (3) Debugging
(4) Execution (5) None
GENERAL INTELLIGENCE
Directions (1-9): In each of the following questions,
select the related word/letters/number from the
given alternatives

1. Love:Hate::Friend:?
(1)Trustful (2)Companion (3)Adorer (4) Enemy
2. Poverty: Unemployment: Anaemta:?
(1) Malnutrition (2) Illiteracy
(3) Drought (4) Death
3. Encourage: Restrict :: ?
(1) Gain: Success (2) Death:Surplus
(3) Seeing: Believing (4) Heart:Soul

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4. RT: WZ::PR:?

(1)UX (2)TU (3)RV (4)XU

5. ACF:JLO;;UWZ;? (1)CEG (2)MOP (3)QRV (4)GIL


6. BDGH;OQTU::FHKL:?
(1)JKLM (2)BCDE (3)SUXY (4)WXYZ

25. 1, 49, 121, ?, 42


(1)529 (2)169 (3)329 (4)225
26. O, 2, 12, 20, ?, 42
(1)34 (2)30 (3)32 (4)104

7. 16:4::9: ?
(1)4 (2)25 (3)1 (4)2

27. Find the wrong number in the given series.


8, 16, 24, 40, 62, 104, 168
(1)24 (2)40 (3)62 (4)104

8. 27:?::125:25
(1)3 (2)9 (3)18 (4)125
9. 25:125::? :3125,
(1)525 (2)625 (3)725 (4)825
Directions (10-18): In each of the following
questions, select the one which is different from the
other three responses.

10. (1)Sitar (2)Violin (3)Flute (4)Veena


11. (1)River (2)Mountain (3)Dam (4)Forest
12. (1) Tangent (2)Arc (3) Radius (4) Diagonal
13. (1)U

(2)V

(3)W (4)X

14. (1)BEH

(2)CFI (3)DGJ (4)EHL

15. (1)HIVW

(2)MKLN (3)DGJ (4)EHL

16. (1)35

(2)37 (3)23 (4)19

17. (1)4,12

(2)8,16 (3)14,24

(4)6,14

18. (1)62-26

(2)38-83 (3)44-44

(4)71-87

19. Arrange the following words according to the


English Dictionary:
(1)Apple (2) Appreciate (3)Apply

24. CDE,IJK,NOP,?
(1)FGH (2)RST (3)TUV (4)QRS

(4)Apartment

(1)5,3,1,2 (2)2,1,4,3 (3)1,4,3,2 (4)1,2,4,3


Directions(20-21): In each of the following questions,
which one of the given responses would be a
meaningful order of the following words in ascending
order?

20. 1.Hut 2.House 3. Pilace 4.Bungalow


(1) 4,3,1,2 (2) 2,1,4,3 (3) 1,4,3,2 (4) 1,2,4,3
21. 1.Point 2.Triangle 3.Square 4.Angle 5.Line
(1) 4,1,5,2,3 (2) 3,2,1,5,4 (3) 2,1,4,5,3
(4) 1,5,4,2,3
22. Which one set of letters when sequentially
placed at the gaps in the given letter series shall
complete it?____XX___Y__XYYX___Y
(1) YYXY (2) YXYX (3) XYYX (4) YYXX

28. Pointing to Mala, Kala said, She is my


brothers only sisters daughter. How is Mala
related to Kala?
(1)Mother (2)Daughter (3)Aunt (4)Niece
29. If Ram runs less fast than Shyam and Shyam
runs as fast as Lal but less fast than tom, who runs
fastest?
(1)Lal (2)Shyam (3)Tom (4)Tom and Lal
30. From the given alternatives select the word
which cannot be formed using the letters of the
given word.
INTERNATIONL
(1) NATIONAL (2) TERMINAL
(3) TENANT (4) TENOR
31. A group of alphabets are given with each
assigned a number. These have to be unscrambled
it meaningful word and correct order of letters
may be indicated from the given responses.
ERSANO
12 34 5 6
(1) 2. 1. 4. 3. 6. 5 (2) 5. 6. 3. 4. 1. 2
(3) 3. 4. 5. 6. 1. 2 (4) 5. 6. 1. 2. 3. 4
32.If A PPRECIATION is coded as 177832419465,
how will you code RECEPTION?
(1) 832378365 (2) 832379465
(3) 832389465
(4) 832397645
33. In a certain code COURSE is written as
ESRUOC. How can BREATH be written in that
code?
(1) HATEBR (2) HTAERB
(3) HTBREA (4) HEATRB
34. which of the following interchange of signs or
figures would make the given equation correct?
(5+2)x2-10=16
(1) + and x (2) 5 and 10 (3) + and - (4) 5 and 2

23. T,R,P,N,L,?, ?
(1)J,G (2)J,H (3)K,H (4)K,I
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35. Some equations are solved on the basis of a


certain system. On the same basis, find out the
correct answer for the unsolved equation.
3 X 5 / 7 = 573
8 X 6 / 3 = 638
3 X 7 / 5 = 753
8X6/4=?
(1)864 (2)468 (3)648 (4)846
36. Selection the correct combination of
mathematical signs to replace *signs and to
balance the
given equation.
2*3*2*4*8
(1)+-+= (2)x-+= (3)-+x= (4)x+-=
Directions (37-38): In each of the following, select
the missing number from the given

37.

responses

5 4 41
7 3 58
10 2 ?
(1)34 (2)12 (3)99 (4)104

38. BOX
(1)336 (2)330 (3)270 (4)390
39. A man started to walk east. After moveing a
distance he turned to his right. After moving a
distance he turned to his right again. After moving
a little he turned in the end to his left. In which
direction was he going now?
(1)North (2)South (3)East (4)West

42. Three statements are given followed by four


conclusions I, II , III and IV have to consider the
statements to be true even if they seem to be at
variance from commonly known facts. You are to
decide which of the given conclusions, if any,
follow from the given statements. Indicate your
answer.
Statements: I. All books are boxes.
2. All boxes are pens. 3. All pens are papers.
Conclusions: I. Some papers are books
II. All books are papers.
III. Some pens are books.
IV. All boxes are books.
(1) Only conclusions I and III follow
(2) Either conclusion II or IV follows
(3) Only conclusions I, II and III follow
(4) Either conclusion I or II or III follows
43. A solid cube of 4 inches has been painted red,
green and black on pairs of opposite face. It has
been cut into one inch cubes. How many cubes
have all three colours?
(1)0 (2)4 (3)8 (4)16
44. Six friends A, B, C, D and E are sitting a row
facing East.C is between A and E. B is just to the
right of E but left of D. F is not at the right end.
Who is at the left end?
(1)A (2)F (3)C (4)B
45. Which answer figure will complete , the
pattern in the questions figure?

40. Ramesh went 20 m to the east, then he turned


left and after 15 m turned right and went 25 m
and then turned right and went 15 m. How far
was Ramesh from the starting point?
(1)60m (2)35m (3)40m (4)45m
41. One statement is given followed by two
conclusions I and II. You have to consider the
statement to be true even if it seem to be at
variance from commonly known facts. You are to
decide which of the given conclusions, if any,
follow from the given statement: Indicate your
answer.
Statement: No children are voters.

46. Select the answer figure in which the questions


figure is hidden/embedded.

Conclusions: I. All adults are voters.


II. No voters are children.
(1) Only conclusion I follows
(2) Only conclusion II follows
(3) Both conclusions I and II follow
(4) Neither conclusion nor II follows
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47. A piece of paper is folded and cut as shown


below in the question figures. From the given
answer figures, indicate how it will appear
when opened?

50. A word is represented by only one set of


numbers as given in anyone of the alternatives.
The sets of numbers given in the alternatives are
represented by two classes of alphabets as in two
matrices given below. The columns and rows of
matrix I are numbered from 0 to 4 and that of
matrix II are numbered from 5 to 9. A letter from
these matrices can be represented first by its row
and next by its column. E.g., B can be
represented by 04, 11, 23 etc. and N can be
represented by 59, 66, 78 etc. Identify the set for
the word MILK.

48. Which of the answer figures is exactly the


mirror image of the questions figure, when the
mirror is held on the line AB?

49. Which one of the following diagrams best


depicts the relationship among Cement, Bricks and
Building materials?

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