Tuesday, 25 October 2016

AMCAT Previous Reasoning Questions with solutions

AMCAT Previous Years Reasoning Questions with answers : Papers from 2015 & 2016 for AMCAT Preparation


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Ques 1 : The question contains some statements followed by some conclusions.Decide which of the given conclusions logically follow from the given statements, disregarding commonly known facts.
Statements
P: All good athletes want to win.
Q: All good athletes eat well.
Conclusions
I. All those who eat well are good athletes.
II. All those who want to win, eat well.
Option 1 : Only conclusion I follows.Option 2 : Only conclusion II follows.Option 3 : Neither I nor II followsOption 4 : Both I and II follow.

Ques 2 : The question contains some statements followed by some conclusions.Decide which of the given conclusions logically follow from the given statements, disregarding commonly known facts.
Statements
P: Some mobiles are cameras.
Q: Some cameras are calculators.
Conclusions
I. All calculators are mobiles.
II. All cameras are mobiles.
Option 1 : Only conclusion I follows.Option 2 : Only conclusion II follows.Option 3 : Neither I nor II follows.Option 4 : Both I and II follow.

Ques 3 : The question contains some statements followed by some conclusions.Decide which of the given conclusions logically follow from the given statements, disregarding commonly known facts.
Statements
P: Some children are adults.
Q: Some adults are not old
Conclusions
I. Some children are not old.
II. Some children are old.
Option 1 : Only conclusion I followsOption 2 : Only conclusion II follows.Option 3 : Neither I nor II follows.Option 4 : Both I and II follows.

Ques 4 : The question contains some statements followed by some conclusions.Decide which of the given conclusions logically follow from the given statements, disregarding commonly known facts.
Statements
P: Some bags are hot.
Q: All hots are cakes.
Conclusions
I. All cakes are bags.
II. Some bags are cakes.
Option 1 : Only conclusion I follows.Option 2 : Only conclusion II follows.Option 3 : Neither I nor II followsOption 4 : Both I and II follow.

Ques 5 : The question contains some statements followed by some conclusions.Decide which of the given conclusions logically follow from the given statements, disregarding commonly known facts.
Statements
P: All doctors are surgeons.
Q: Some chemists are doctors
Conclusions
I. Some chemists are surgeons.
II. All surgeons are chemists.
Option 1 : only conclusion I follows.Option 2 : only conclusion II follows.Option 3 : neither I nor II followsOption 4 : both I and II follow.

Ques 6 : The question contains some statements followed by some conclusions.Decide which of the given conclusions logically follow from the given statements, disregarding commonly known facts.
Statements
(a) No vest is shirt.
(b) All shirts are jackets.
Conclusions
I. All vests are jackets.
II. No vest is a jacket.
III. Some jackets are shirts.
IV. All jackets are shirts.


Option 1 : Only I followsOption 2 : Only II followsOption 3 : Only III followsOption 4 : Only III and IV follow.Option 5 : None follows.

Ques 7 : The question contains some statements followed by some conclusions.Decide which of the given conclusions logically follow from  the given statements, disregarding commonly known facts.
Statements
(a) Some officers are honest.
(b) Reddy is an officer.
Conclusions
I. Some officers are dishonest.
II. Reddy is honest.
III. Reddy is dishonest.
IV. Officer are usually honest.
Option 1 : Only I followsOption 2 : Only I and II followsOption 3 : Only II followsOption 4 : None followsOption 5 : All follow

Ques 8 : The question contains some statements followed by some conclusions.Decide which of the given conclusions logically follow from the given statements, disregarding commonly known facts.
Statements
(a) All parks are roads
(b) Some roads are mall.
Conclusions
I. All malls are roads.
II. All malls are parks.
III. Some parks are malls.
IV. No park is a mall.
Option 1 : Only I followsOption 2 : Only II and III followsOption 3 : Only II or III followsOption 4 : Either I or IV followsOption 5 : None follows.

Ques 9 : The question contains some statements followed by some conclusions.Decide which of the given conclusions logically follow from the given statements, disregarding commonly known facts.
Statements
(a) No beach is island.
(b) All islands are reefs.
Conclusions
I. All beaches are reefs.
II. No beach is a reef.
III. Some reefs are islands.
IV. All reefs are islands.
Option 1 : Only I followsOption 2 : Only II followsOption 3 : Either I or II followsOption 4 : Only III and IV follow.Option 5 : Neither I,II nor IV follows.

Ques 10 : The question contains some statements followed by some conclusions.Decide which of the given conclusions logically follow from the given statements, disregarding commonly known facts.
Statements
(a) All shares are debentures.
(b) No debenture is an equity.
Conclusions
I. No equity is a share.
II. Some debentures are shares.
III. No share is an equity.
Option 1 : Only I followsOption 2 : Only II followsOption 3 : All followOption 4 : Only III follows.

Ques 11 : The question contains some statements followed by some conclusions.Decide which of the given conclusions logically follow from the given statements, disregarding commonly known facts.
Statements
(a) All cities are towns.
(b) Some cities are villages.
Conclusions
I. All villages are towns.
II. No village is a town.
III. Some villages are towns.
Option 1 : Only III followsOption 2 : Only I followsOption 3 : Only II followsOption 4 : None of these

Ques 12 : The question contains some statements followed by some conclusions.Decide which of the given conclusions logically follow from the given statements, disregarding commonly known facts.
Statements
Some ship are boats. All boats are submarines. Some submarines are yatches.
Conclusions
I. Some yatches are boats.
II. Some submarines are boats.
III. Some submarines are ships.
IV. Some yatches are ships.
Option 1 : All followOption 2 : Only II and III followsOption 3 : Only III followsOption 4 : Only either III or IV follows.Option 5 : None of these

Ques 13 : Given signs signify something and on that basis, assume the given statements to be true and find which of the twoconclusions I and II is/are definitely true.
P + Q means P is greater than Q
P * Q means P is greater than or equal than Q
P = Q means P is equal to Q
P / Q means P is less than Q
P – Q means P is less than or equal to Q
Statements
X/Y, W * Z, Z + Y
Conclusions
I. W + Y
II. X/Z
Option 1 : Only conclusion I is trueOption 2 : Only conclusion II is trueOption 3 : Neither conclusion I nor II is trueOption 4 : Both conclusion I and II are true

Ques 14 : The question contains some statements followed by some conclusions.Decide which of the given conclusions logically follow from the given statements, disregarding commonly known facts.
Statements:
Some marbles are pens.
Some pens are dogs.
Some dogs are doors.
Conclusions:
I. Some doors are pens.
II. Some dogs are marbles.
III. Some marbles are doors.
Option 1 : All follow.Option 2 : Only II follows.Option 3 : Only I follows.Option 4 : Only III follows.Option 5 : None follows

Ques 15 : In the question the symbols @, #, %, $ and H are used with the following meaning :
‘P $ Q’ means ‘P is smaller than Q’
‘P @ Q’ means P is neither greater than nor equal to Q’
‘P H Q’ means ‘P is neither smaller than nor equal to Q’
‘P % Q’ means ‘P is not greater than Q’
‘P # Q’ means ‘P is neither greater than nor smaller than Q’
Now assume the given statements to be true and find which out of the two conclusions I and II is/are definitely true.
Statements:
J % N, K @ N, T $ K
Conclusions:
I.T H J
II. J @ K
Option 1 : Only conclusion I is trueOption 2 : Only conclusion II is trueOption 3 : Either conclusion I or II is trueOption 4 : Neither conclusion I nor II is trueOption 5 : Both conclusions I and II are true

Ques 16 : In the question certain symbols are used with the following meaning:
‘P @ Q’ means ‘P is not greater than Q’.
“P # Q means ‘P is neither smaller than nor equal to Q’
”P % Q’ means ‘P is not smaller than Q’
‘P $ Q’ means “P is neither greater than nor equal to Q’
‘P^Q’ means ‘P is neither greater than nor smaller than Q’
Now assume the given statements to be true and find which out of the two conclusions I and II is/are definitely true.
Statements:
I % R, C ^ I, C % E
Conclusions:
I. C % R
II. R @ E
Option 1 : Only conclusion I is trueOption 2 : Only conclusion II is trueOption 3 : Either conclusion I or II is trueOption 4 : Neither conclusion I nor II is trueOption 5 : Both conclusions I and II are true

Ques 17 : In the question the symbols @, % , $, # and * are used with the following meaning:
‘P $ Q’ means ‘P is neither smaller than nor equal to Q’.
‘P @ Q’ means ‘P is not greater than Q’
‘P * Q’ means ‘P is neither greater than nor smaller than Q’
‘P % Q’ means “P is neither greater than nor equal to Q’
‘P # Q’ means ‘P is not smaller than Q’.
Now assuming the given statements to be true, find which of the conclusions I, II, III and IV is/are definitely true.
Statements:
J $ M, N @ R, R % M
Conclusions:
I. N % J
II. N % M
III. J $ R
IV. N * R
Option 1 : Only I, II, and III are trueOption 2 : Only I and II are trueOption 3 : Only II and III are trueOption 4 : Only II and IV are trueOption 5 : None of these

Ques 18 : In the question symbols *, @, %, $ and # are used with the following meaning :
‘P $ Q’ means ‘P is not greater than Q’
‘P * Q’ means ‘P is neither smaller than nor greater than Q’
‘P # Q’ means “P is neither greater than nor equal to Q’
‘P % Q’ means ‘P is not smaller than Q’.
‘P @ Q’ means ‘P is neither smaller than nor equal to Q’.
Now assuming the statements to be true, find which of the two conclusions I and II is/are definitely true.
Statements:
W @ M, J # M, M * Y
Conclusions:
I. Y * W
II. Y @ J
Option 1 : Only conclusion I is trueOption 2 : Only conclusion II is trueOption 3 : Either conclusion I or II is trueOption 4 : Neither conclusion I nor II is trueOption 5 : Both conclusions I and II are true

Ques 19 : In the question symbols *, @, %, $ and # are used with the following meaning :
‘P $ Q’ means ‘P is not greater than Q’
‘P * Q’ means ‘P is neither smaller than nor greater than Q’
‘P # Q’ means “P is neither greater than nor equal to Q’
‘P % Q’ means ‘P is not smaller than Q’.
‘P @ Q’ means ‘P is neither smaller than nor equal to Q’.
Now assuming the statements to be true, find which of the two conclusions I and II is/are definitely true.
Statements
D %H, K * H, H $ R
Conclusions
I. K $ R
II. D % K
Option 1 : Only conclusion I is trueOption 2 : Only conclusion II is trueOption 3 : Either conclusion I or II is trueOption 4 : Neither conclusion I nor II is trueOption 5 : Both conclusions I and II are true

Ques 20 : The question contains some statements followed  by some conclusions.Decide which of the given conclusions logically follow from the given statements, disregarding commonly known facts.
Statements:
Some rabbits are deers.
No deer is a lion.
All elephants are lions.
Conclusions:
I. No rabbit is lion.
II. No elephant is deer.
III. Some elephants are rabbits.


Option 1 : All followOption 2 : Only II followsOption 3 : Either I or II followOption 4 : Only II and III followsOption 5 : None of these

Ques 21 : The question contains some statements followed by some conclusions.Decide which of the given conclusions logically follow from the given statements, disregarding commonly known facts.
Statements:
All files are folders.
All folders are boxes.
All boxes are drawers.
Conclusions:
I. All folders are drawers.
II. All boxes are files.
III. All files are drawers.
IV. All drawers are folders.
Option 1 : Only I and II follow.Option 2 : Only I and III follow.Option 3 : Only II and III follow.Option 4 : All followsOption 5 : None of these

Ques 22 : The question contains some statements followed by some conclusions.Decide which of the given conclusions logically follow from the given statements, disregarding commonly known facts.
Statements:
All ducks are pigeons.
All pigeons are crows.
Conclusions:
I. Some crows are ducks.
II. Some crows are pigeons.


Option 1 : Only conclusion I follows.Option 2 : Only conclusion II follows.Option 3 : Either I or II follows.Option 4 : Neither I nor II follows.Option 5 : Both I and II follow.

Ques 23 : The question contains some statements followed by some conclusions.Decide which of the given conclusions logically follow from the given statements, disregarding commonly known facts.
Statements:
Some metals are minerals.
All minerals are solids.
Conclusions:
I. All solids are made up of metals and minerals.
II. Some minerals are metals.
Option 1 : Only conclusion I follows.Option 2 : Only conclusion II follows.Option 3 : Either I or II follows.Option 4 : Neither I nor II follows.Option 5 : Both I and II follow.

Ques 24 : The question contains some statements followed by some conclusions.Decide which of the given conclusions logically follow from the given statements, disregarding commonly known facts.
Statements:
Some boys are trees. Some trees are jungles.
Some jungles are fruits.
Conclusions:
I. Some fruits are trees.
II. Some trees are boys.
III. Some jungles are boys.


Option 1 : None followsOption 2 : Only I followsOption 3 : Only III followOption 4 : Only II followsOption 5 : All follow

Ques 25 : The question contains some statements followed by some conclusions.Decide which of the given conclusions logically follow from the given statements, disregarding commonly known facts.
Statements:
Some pens are books. All schools are books.
Some colleges are schools.
Conclusions:
I. Some colleges are pens.
II. Some pens are schools.
III. Some colleges are books.
Option 1 : All followsOption 2 : Only I and II followsOption 3 : Only II and III followOption 4 : Only I and III followsOption 5 : None of these
Ques 26 : The question contains some statements followed by some conclusions.Decide which of the given conclusions logically follow from the given statements, disregarding commonly known facts.
Statements:
Some buses are houses. All houses are taxis.
All rickshaws are taxis.
Conclusions:
I. Some rickshaws are houses.
II. Some taxis are houses.
III. Some taxis are buses.
Option 1 : None followsOption 2 : Only I followsOption 3 : Only II followsOption 4 : Only II and III followOption 5 : All follow

Ques 27 : The question contains some statements followed by some conclusions.Decide which of the given conclusions logically follow from the given statements, disregarding commonly known facts.
Statements:
All oceans are rivers. Some springs are rivers.
All wells are springs.
Conclusions:
I. Some springs are oceans.
II. Some wells are rivers.
III. Some rivers are oceans.
IV. No well is river.
Option 1 : Only either II or IV and III follow.Option 2 : Only either II or IV and I follow.Option 3 : Only either I or III and IV follow.Option 4 : None followsOption 5 : All follow

Ques 28 : The question contains some statements followed by some conclusions.Decide which of the given conclusions logically follow from the given statements, disregarding commonly known facts.
Statements:
Some disciplines are preachers. All preachers are saints. Some saints are not disciples.
Conclusions:
I. Some saints are disciples.
II. All disciples are saints.
III. All preachers are disciples.
IV. No Saint is disciples.
Option 1 : No followsOption 2 : Only I followsOption 3 : Only I and III followOption 4 : Only II and III followOption 5 : All follow

Ques 29 : The question contains some statements followed by some conclusions. Decide which of the given conclusions logically follow from the given statements, disregarding commonly known facts.
Statements:
Some buses are rivers.
All rivers are mountains.
Some roads are mountains.
Conclusions:
I. Some mountains are buses.
II. Some roads are buses.
III. Some roads are rivers.
IV. Some mountains are roads.
Option 1 : All followOption 2 : Only II, III and IV followOption 3 : Only III and IV followsOption 4 : Only I and IV followsOption 5 : None of these

Ques 30 : In the question, the symbols @, &, *, $ and # are used with the following meaning:
A # B means A is not greater than B.
A $ B means A is neither smaller nor equal to B.
A ? B means A is neither smaller nor greater than B
A * B means A is neither greater nor equal to B.
A @ B means A is not smaller than B.
Now assume the given statements to be true and find which out of the two conclusions I and II is/are definitely true.
Statements:
K # T, D $ F, T * F
Conclusions:
I. K * D
II.D $ T
Option 1 : Only conclusion I is trueOption 2 : Only conclusion II is trueOption 3 : Either conclusion I or II is trueOption 4 : Neither conclusion I nor II is trueOption 5 : Both conclusions I and II are true

Ques 31 : In the question certain symbols are used with the following meaning:
‘P ^ Q’ means ‘P is greater than Q’.
“P * Q means ‘P is equal to Q’
”P # Q’ means ‘P is either smaller than or equal to Q’
‘P $ Q’ means ‘P is not smaller than Q’
‘P @ Q’ means ‘P is either greater than or equal to Q’
Now assume the given statements to be true and find which of the two conclusions I and II is/are definitely true.
Statements:
A * B, C # B, A ^ F, B @ C
Conclusions:
I. C ^ F
II. F ^ B
Option 1 : Only conclusion I is trueOption 2 : Only conclusion II is trueOption 3 : Either conclusion I or II is trueOption 4 : Neither conclusion I nor II is trueOption 5 : Both conclusions I and II are true

Ques 32 : The question contains some statements followed by some conclusions.Decide which of the given conclusions logically follow from the given statements, disregarding commonly known facts.
Statements:
No paper is pen.
No pen is pencil.
All erasers are papers.
Conclusions:
I. Some papers are erasers.
II. No pencil are eraser.
III. No pen is eraser.
IV. ALL papers are erasers.
Option 1 : All followsOption 2 : Only I and II followsOption 3 : Only I, II and III followsOption 4 : Only II and III followsOption 5 : None of these

Ques 33 : The question contains some statements followed by some conclusions.Decide which of the given conclusions logically follow from the given statements, disregarding commonly known facts.
Statements:
Some rings are phones.
Some phones are computers.
Some computers are stations.
Conclusions:
I. Some stations are rings.
II. Some phones are stations.
III. Some computers are rings.
IV. All rings are stations.
Option 1 : None followsOption 2 : Only I and II followOption 3 : Only I, II and III followOption 4 : Only II and III followOption 5 : All follow

Ques 34 : The question contains some statements followed by some  conclusions.Decide which of the given conclusions logically follow from the given statements, disregarding commonly known facts.
Statements:
All rings are birds.
Some birds are cages.
All cages are kites.
Conclusions:
I. All kites are cages.
II. Some kites are rings.
III. Some birds are kites.
Option 1 : Only I followsOption 2 : Only II followsOption 3 : Only III followsOption 4 : Only I and II followOption 5 : None of these

Ques 35 : The question contains some statements followed by some conclusions.Decide which of the given conclusions logically follow from the given statements, disregarding commonly known facts.
Statements:
Some dogs are bags.
No bag is lion.
All rooms are lions.
Conclusions:
I. Some rooms are bags.
II. Some dogs are lions.
III. Some rooms are dogs.
Option 1 : All followsOption 2 : Only I followsOption 3 : Only II followsOption 4 : Only III followsOption 5 : None of these follows

Ques 36 : The question contains some statements followed by some conclusions.Decide which of the given conclusions logically follow from the given statements, disregarding commonly known facts.
Statements:
Some farmers are landlords. All landlords are labours. Some labours are merchants.
Conclusions:
I. Some labours are farmers.
II. Some merchants are farmers.
III. Some merchants are landlords.
IV. Some landlords are farmers.
Option 1 : None followOption 2 : Only IV followOption 3 : Only I followOption 4 : Both I and IV followsOption 5 : All follow

Ques 37 : The question shows a pair of words in which the first is related to the second in some way. It is followed by a single word which bears a similar relation to one of the given alternatives. Find the correct alternative to complete the analogy.
Pascal:Programming::Oracle: ?
Option 1 : InternetOption 2 : GreekOption 3 : JavaOption 4 : Teletext

Ques 38 : The question shows a pair of words in which the first is related to the second in some way. It is followed by a single word which bears a similar relation to one of the given alternatives. Find the correct alternative to complete the analogy.
Dividend: Shares :: ? : Debenture
Option 1 : BonusOption 2 : Gift VoucherOption 3 : ProfitOption 4 : Interest

Ques 39 : The question shows a pair of words in which the first is related to the second in some way. It is followed by a single word which bears  a similar relation to one of the given alternatives. Find the correct alternative to complete the analogy.
Abjure : Adopt :: Forfeit : ?
Option 1 : SquanderOption 2 : LavishOption 3 : RedeemOption 4 : Deposit

Ques 40 : The question shows a pair of words in which the first is related to the second in some way. It is followed by a single word which bears a similar relation to one of the given alternatives. Find the correct alternative to complete the analogy.
Electrical Engineers : Grid :: Cosmologists : ?
Option 1 : GroupOption 2 : FacultyOption 3 : GalaxyOption 4 : Syndicate

Ques 41 : The question shows a pair of words which are related to each other in some way.Select that pair that expresses the relationship that is most similar to the given pair.
Monolith : Rock :: ?
Option 1 : Continent : OceanOption 2 : Tor : LeaOption 3 : Grain : SandOption 4 : Cataract : Waterfall

Ques 42 : The question shows a pair of words which are related to each other in some way.Select that pair that expresses the relationship that is most similar to the given pair.
Abduct : Kidnap :: ?
Option 1 : Pilfer : StealOption 2 : Derail : FurtherOption 3 : Jump: EnjoyOption 4 : Clarify : Cuneal

Ques 43 : A group of three words are given, which are interconnected in some way. Find a similar relationship from the given options.
Conductor : Orchestra : Symphony
Option 1 : Judge : Convict : JusticeOption 2 : Player : Opponent : GameOption 3 : Author : Book : MagazineOption 4 : Teacher : Class : Lesson

Ques 44 : The question shows a pair of words in which the first is related to the second in some way.It is followed by a single word which bears a similar relation to one of the given alternatives. Find the correct alternative to complete the analogy.
NDA: BJP :: ? : Congress
Option 1 : UPSOption 2 : PUAOption 3 : UPAOption 4 : NPA

Ques 45 : The question shows a pair of words in which the first is related to the second in some way.It is followed by a single word which bears a similar relation to one of the given alternatives. Find the correct alternative to complete the analogy.
Confute : Rebut :: Repellent : ?
Option 1 : PusherOption 2 : AttractiveOption 3 : RepugnantOption 4 : Spray

Ques 46 : The question shows a pair of words which are related to each other in some way.Select that pair that expresses the relationship that is most similar to the given pair.
Polygon : Perimeter :: ?
Option 1 : Triangle : AnglesOption 2 : Circle : CircumferenceOption 3 : Semi-circle : ArcOption 4 : Square : Area

Ques 47 : The question shows a pair of words which are related to each other in some way.Select that pair that expresses the relationship that is most similar to the given pair.
Newton : Gravitation :: ?
Option 1 : Marie Curie : UraniumOption 2 : Kalpana : RocketOption 3 : Archimedes : BuoyancyOption 4 : Davies : Safety Lamp

Ques 48 : The question shows a pair of words which are related to each other in some way.Select that pair that expresses the relationship that is most similar to the given pair.
Income Tax : Direct :: ?
Option 1 : Import : Custom DutyOption 2 : Sale Tax : IndirectOption 3 : Export : SubsidyOption 4 : Wealth Tax : Wealth

Ques 49 : Read the question statement and select the correct option from the given alternatives.
Sheaf is related to Corn as …… is related to Books.
Option 1 : LibraryOption 2 : PileOption 3 : AnthologyOption 4 : Shop

Ques 50 : Read the question statement and select the correct option from the given alternatives.
Surplus is related to Sufficient as …… is related to Need.
Option 1 : GatheringOption 2 : DemandOption 3 : ExcessOption 4 : Storage
Ques 51 : Read the question statement and select the correct option from the given alternatives.
Humanitarian is to Altruism what Host is to ……
Option 1 : HostageOption 2 : HospitalityOption 3 : ServiceOption 4 : Welcome

Ques 52 : Read the question statement and select the correct option from the given alternatives.
Umbrella is to Rain what Goggles are to ……
Option 1 : LightOption 2 : GlareOption 3 : BeamOption 4 : Sun

Ques  53 : The question shows three words, which are analogous to one another in some way. Detect the analogy underlying them by choosing the right option.
Website : CD : Book
Option 1 : They are modern storehousesOption 2 : They guide us in moral valuesOption 3 : They can be subscribedOption 4 : They are sources of specific information

Ques 54 : The question shows three words, which are analogous to one another in some way. Detect the analogy underlying them by choosing the right option.
Acceleration : Speed : Velocity
Option 1 : These denote laws of movementOption 2 : They are a function of Force x MotionOption 3 : They are scientific expression of motionOption 4 : All these are forms of gravitationOption 5 :

Ques 55 : The question shows a pair of words which are related to each other in some way.Select that pair that expresses the relationship that is most similar to the given pair.
Appeal: Refusal :: ?
Option 1 : Obesity: Over-eatingOption 2 : Deny : AffirmationOption 3 : Try : FailureOption 4 : Struggle : VictoryOption 5 : Examination : Passing

Ques 56 : The question shows a pair of words which are related to each other in some way.Select that pair that expresses the relationship that is most similar to the given pair.
Vandalism: Property :: ?
Option 1 : Implication: CrimeOption 2 : Embezzlement: FraudOption 3 : Perjury: TestimonyOption 4 : Malpractice: CheatingOption 5 : Testify: Reputation

Ques 57 : The question shows a pair of words which are related to each other in some way.Select that pair that expresses the relationship that is most similar to the given pair.
Pain : Misery :: ?
Option 1 : Disease : PovertyOption 2 : Despair : LonelinessOption 3 : Ignorance: ConfusionOption 4 : Superstition : PeasantsOption 5 : Ignore : Greet

Ques 58 : The question shows a pair of words which are related to each other in some way.Select that pair that expresses the relationship that is most similar to the given pair.
Resting : Fatigue :: ?
Option 1 : Poverty : DiseaseOption 2 : Over-eating: ObesityOption 3 : Gourmet: UnderweightOption 4 : Race: ExerciseOption 5 : Dieting : Over-weight

Ques 59 : The question shows a pair of words which are related to each other  in some way.Select that pair that expresses the relationship that is most similar to the given pair.
Trilogy : Novel :: ?
Option 1 : Rice : HuskOption 2 : Milk : CreamOption 3 : Fabric: WeavingOption 4 : Gun : CartridgeOption 5 : Serial : Episode

Ques 60 : The question shows a pair of words which are related to each other in some way.Select that pair that expresses the relationship that is most similar to the given pair.
Earth : Grass :: ?
Option 1 : Sky: StarOption 2 : Tree: LeafOption 3 : Scalp: HairOption 4 : Pond : Fish

Ques 61 : The question shows a pair of words which are related to each other in some way.Select that pair that expresses the relationship that is most similar to the given pair.
Grain : Field :: ?
Option 1 : Patient : HospitalOption 2 : Children : SchoolOption 3 : Steel : WorkshopOption 4 : Movie : Picture

Ques 62 : The question shows a pair of words which are related to each other in some way.Select that pair that expresses the relationship that is most similar to the given pair.
Vehicle : Cart :: ?
Option 1 : Country : StateOption 2 : Ocean : SeaOption 3 : Man : ChildOption 4 : Music : Jazz

Ques 63 : The question shows a pair of words which are related to each other in some way.Select that pair that expresses the relationship that is most similar to the given pair.
Prodigious : Meagre
Option 1 : Sleep : RelaxationOption 2 : Handsome : BeautifulOption 3 : Regard: HonourOption 4 : Exhilarated : Depressed

Ques 64 : The question shows a pair of words which are related to each other in some way.Select that pair that expresses the relationship that is most similar to the given pair.
Exercise : Fitness :: ?
Option 1 : Concern : CareOption 2 : Intimidation : FearOption 3 : Sensitivity: PoetryOption 4 : Retain : Sustain

Ques 65 : The question shows a pair of words in which the first is related to the second in some way.It is followed by a single word which bears a  similar relation to one of the given alternatives. Find the correct alternative to complete the analogy.
Book: Library :: Animal : ?
Option 1 : DomesticOption 2 : HunterOption 3 : WildOption 4 : Zoo

Ques 66 : The question shows a pair of words which are related to each other in some way.Select that pair that expresses the relationship that is most similar to the given pair.
Mundane : Spiritual :: ?
Option 1 : Common : GhostlyOption 2 : Worldly : UnworldlyOption 3 : Secular : ClericalOption 4 : Novel: Routine

Ques 67 : The question shows a pair of words which are related to each other in some way.Select that pair that expresses the relationship that is most similar to the given pair.
Myth : Legendary :: ?
Option 1 : Sermon : LengthyOption 2 : Epic : ComicOption 3 : Fable : DidacticOption 4 : Anecdote : Witty

Ques 68 : The question shows a pair of words which are related to each other in some way.Select that pair that expresses the relationship that is most similar to the given pair.
Manager : Office :: ?
Option 1 : Doctor : PatientOption 2 : Curator : MuseumOption 3 : Bank : AccountOption 4 : Fruit : Seed

Ques 69 : The question shows a pair of words which are related to each other in some way.Select that pair that expresses the relationship that is most similar to the given pair.
Refine : Style :: ?
Option 1 : Paint : WallOption 2 : Compose : SongOption 3 : Author : BookOption 4 : Retouch : Photograph

Ques 70 : The question shows a pair of words which are related to each other in some way.Select that pair that expresses the relationship that is most similar to the given pair.
Portfolio : Securities :: ?
Option 1 : Bottle : CapsulesOption 2 : Carpenter : FurnitureOption 3 : Classroom : StudentsOption 4 : Bridge : River

Ques 71 : The question shows a pair of words which are related to each other in some way.Select that pair that expresses the relationship that is most similar to the given pair.
Joke : Laugh :: ?
Option 1 : Human : RelationOption 2 : Gluttony : FoodOption 3 : Pill : HeadacheOption 4 : Cracker : Explosion

Ques 72 : The question shows a pair of words which are related to each other in some way.Select that pair that expresses the relationship that is most similar to the given pair.
Bouquet : Flower :: ?
Option 1 : Chain : LinkOption 2 : Skin : BodyOption 3 : Product : FactoryOption 4 : Page : Book

Ques 73 : Read the question statement and select the correct option from the given alternatives.
MATHEMATICS is related to NUMEROLOGY in the same way as ASTRONOMY is related to
Option 1 : ScienceOption 2 : AstrologyOption 3 : PhilosophyOption 4 : Planets

Ques 74 : Read the question statement and select the correct option from the given alternatives.
REQUEST is related to DEMAND in the same way as WISH is related to
Option 1 : CraveOption 2 : RejectOption 3 : RespondOption 4 : Reply

Ques 75 : Read the question statement and select the correct option from the given alternatives.
CHURN is related to BUTTER in the same way as DISTIL is related to
Option 1 : MarinateOption 2 : MeatOption 3 : PailOption 4 : Wine
Ques 76 : Read the question statement and select the correct option from the given alternatives.PUBLICATION is related to LIBEL in the same way as SPEECH is related toOption 1 : LiabilityOption 2 : SlanderOption 3 : AttackOption 4 : Information

Ques 77 : Choose the right answer.From the given choices select the odd man out:Option 1 : X-rayOption 2 : TelephoneOption 3 : RadioOption 4 : ComputerOption 5 : Television

Ques 78 : Choose the right answer.From the given choices select the odd man out:Option 1 : BilliardsOption 2 : Basket BallOption 3 : SnookerOption 4 : Table TennisOption 5 : Pool

Ques 79 : Choose the right answer.From the given choices select the odd man out:Option 1 : Security CouncilOption 2 : ICJOption 3 : General AssemblyOption 4 : SecretariatOption 5 : UNESCO

Ques 80 : Choose the right answer.From the given choices select the odd man out:Option 1 : SMSOption 2 : E mailOption 3 : MMSOption 4 : Log OnOption 5 : FAX

Ques 81 : Choose the right answer.From the given choices select the odd man out:Option 1 : ThyroidOption 2 : ProstateOption 3 : PituitaryOption 4 : BileOption 5 : Pancreas

Ques 82 : Choose the right answer.From the given choices select the odd man out:Option 1 : PruneOption 2 : SeedOption 3 : BulbOption 4 : GraftOption 5 : Stem cutting

Ques 83 : Choose the right answer.From the given choices select the odd man out:Option 1 : MutationOption 2 : WillOption 3 : RegistryOption 4 : Deed

Ques 84 : Choose the right answer.From the given choices select the odd man out:Option 1 : EquatorOption 2 : Tropic of CancerOption 3 : Tropic of CapricornOption 4 : Poles

Ques 85 : Choose the right answer.From the given choices select the odd man out:Option 1 : MolarOption 2 : CanineOption 3 : EnamelOption 4 : Incisors

Ques 86 : Choose the right answer.From the given choices select the odd man out:Option 1 : Coins : JingleOption 2 : Bows : TwangOption 3 : Dishes : RattleOption 4 : Whips : LashOption 5 : Clouds : Thunder

Ques 87 : Choose the right answer.From the given choices select the odd man out:Option 1 : Noisy : MenagerieOption 2 : Slender : GossamerOption 3 : Clean : OvenOption 4 : Sharp : ThistleOption 5 : Ripe : Cherry

Ques 88 : Choose the right answer.From the given choices select the odd man out:Option 1 : Dipsomaniac : AlcoholOption 2 : Anglomaniac : EnglishOption 3 : Scholar : KnowledgeOption 4 : Bibliomaniac : Books

Ques 89 : Choose the right answer.From the given choices select the odd man out:Option 1 : TigerOption 2 : LeopardOption 3 : FoxOption 4 : WildcatOption 5 : Cougar

Ques 90 : Choose the right answer.From the given choices select the odd man out:Option 1 : ExplainOption 2 : InstructOption 3 : TeachOption 4 : TrainOption 5 : Educate

Ques 91 : Choose the right answer.From the given choices select the odd man out:Option 1 : ParallelismOption 2 : AnalogyOption 3 : SimilarOption 4 : LikenessOption 5 : Distinct

Ques 92 : Choose the right answer.From the given choices select the odd man out:Option 1 : WaterOption 2 : Sulphuric acidOption 3 : Nitric acidOption 4 : Hydrochloric acidOption 5 : Mercury

Ques 93 : Choose the right answer.From the given choices select the odd man out:Option 1 : AfricaOption 2 : AustraliaOption 3 : AsiaOption 4 : EuropeOption 5 : Sri Lanka

Ques 94 : Choose the right answer.From the given choices select the odd man out:Option 1 : LitresOption 2 : GramsOption 3 : KilogramsOption 4 : TonesOption 5 : Quintal

Ques 95 : Choose the right answer.From the given choices select the odd man out:Option 1 : Cubic metresOption 2 : Cubic centimetreOption 3 : LitresOption 4 : GallonsOption 5 : Square metres

Ques 96 : Choose the right answer.From the given choices select the odd man out:Option 1 : KeyboardOption 2 : RollerOption 3 : Tab-setOption 4 : TypefaceOption 5 : Typewriter

Ques 97 : Choose the right answer.From the given choices select the odd man out:Option 1 : ProsperousOption 2 : Well-heeledOption 3 : WealthyOption 4 : PoorOption 5 : Comfortable

Ques 98 : Choose the right answer.From the given choices select the odd man out:Option 1 : LustreOption 2 : VividnessOption 3 : IntensityOption 4 : DullnessOption 5 : Radiance

Ques 99 : Choose the right answer.From the given choices select the odd man out:Option 1 : MeanOption 2 : ProudOption 3 : MiserableOption 4 : DegradedOption 5 : Grovelling

Ques 100 : Choose the right answer.From the given choices select the odd man out:Option 1 : ShapelinessOption 2 : AdornOption 3 : BeautifyOption 4 : ConserveOption 5 : Deformity

Ques 101 : Choose the right answer.
From the given choices select the odd man out:
Option 1 : AssertOption 2 : AcknowledgeOption 3 : ClaimOption 4 : UpholdOption 5 : Forswear

Ques 102 : Choose the right answer.
From the given choices select the odd man out:
Option 1 : BeefyOption 2 : StockyOption 3 : HuskyOption 4 : ThinOption 5 : Brawny

Ques 103 : Choose the right answer.
From the given choices select the odd man out:
Option 1 : ManifestOption 2 : ConcealOption 3 : SuppressOption 4 : ImplicitOption 5 : Hidden

Ques 104 : Choose the right answer.
From the given choices select the odd man out:
Option 1 : DutifulOption 2 : GoodOption 3 : MischievousOption 4 : Well-behavedOption 5 : Obedient

Ques 105 : Choose the right answer.
From the given choices select the odd man out:
Option 1 : TimidOption 2 : AppropriateOption 3 : CommendableOption 4 : OutrageousOption 5 : Decorous

Ques 106 : Choose the right answer.
From the given choices select the odd man out:
Option 1 : ProfoundOption 2 : DeepOption 3 : ShallowOption 4 : FathomlessOption 5 : Excess

Ques 107 : Choose the right answer.
From the given choices select the odd man out:
Option 1 : SolitaryOption 2 : LoneOption 3 : CompanionableOption 4 : SingleOption 5 : Secluded

Ques 108 : Choose the right answer.
From the given choices select the odd man out:
Option 1 : BaseOption 2 : BottomOption 3 : FootOption 4 : ZenithOption 5 : Low

Ques 109 : In the question a statement is followed by some courses of action . A course of action is a step or administrative decisions to be taken for improvement, follow-up, or further action in regard to the problem, policy, etc.You have to assume everything in the statement to be true and then decide which of the given suggested course(s) of action logically follows for pursuing.
Statement:
‘About half the Indian population is so poor that they have never used a telephone’ – a VN survey.
Courses of Action :
I. People should be provided with telephone sets or mobiles at low rate.
II. They should be given a demonstration as to how to use a telephone.
Option 1 : Only I followsOption 2 : Only II followsOption 3 : Either I or II followsOption 4 : Neither I nor II followsOption 5 : Both I and II follow.

Ques 110 : In the question a statement is followed by some courses of action . A course of action is a step or administrative decisions to be taken for improvement, follow-up, or further action in regard to the problem, policy, etc.You have to assume everything in the statement to be true and then decide which of the given suggested course(s) of action logically follows for pursuing.
Statement:
America
attacked Iraq despite Security Council’s advice not to do so. Big
powers like America are defying the world body off and on.
Courses of Action :
I. A group of countries should warn USA and take military action if response is not positive.
II. The UNO should be either revamped or disbanded.
Option 1 : Only I followsOption 2 : Only II followsOption 3 : Either I or II followsOption 4 : Neither I nor II followsOption 5 : Both I and II follow.

Ques 111 : In the question a statement is followed by some courses of action . A course of action is a step or administrative decisions to be taken for improvement, follow-up, or further action in regard to the problem, policy, etc.You have to assume everything in the statement to be true and then decide which of the given suggested course(s) of action logically follows for pursuing.
Statement: India ranks fifth in the world in potential water resources. Notwithstanding, there is shortage of water for consumption and irrigation in almost every part of the country. Courses of Action :
I. We must tend to our water resources like rivers, lakes, ponds, wells, tanks etc.
II. We must harvest rainwater over 70% of which runs off wastefully.
Option 1 : Only I followsOption 2 : Only II followsOption 3 : Either I or II followsOption 4 : Neither I nor II followsOption 5 : Both I and II follow.

Ques 112 : In the question a statement is followed by some courses of action . A course of action is a step or administrative decisions to be taken for improvement, follow-up, or further action in regard to the problem, policy, etc.You have to assume everything in the statement to be true and then decide which of the given suggested course(s) of action logically follows for pursuing.
Statement: The gulf between the rich and the poor is increasing in our country. Courses of Action :
I. This is one of the features of free market economy which is a part of our mixed economy. None can help it.
II. The government must work earnestly to improve the economic condition of the poor.
Option 1 : Only I followsOption 2 : Only II followsOption 3 : Either I or II followsOption 4 : Neither I nor II followsOption 5 : Both I and II follow.

Ques 113 : In the question a statement is followed by some courses of action . A course of action is a step or administrative decisions to be taken for improvement, follow-up, or further action in regard to the problem, policy, etc.You have to assume everything in the statement to be true and then decide which of the given suggested course(s) of action logically follows for pursuing.
Statement: Since its launching in 1981, Vayudoot has so fare accumulated losses amounting to Rs. 153 crore during the last ten years. Courses of Action :
I. Vayudoot should be directed to reduce wasteful expenditure and to increase passenger fare.
II. An amount of about Rs. 300 crore should be provided to Vayudoot to make the airline economically viable.
Option 1 : Only I followsOption 2 : Only II followsOption 3 : Either I or II followsOption 4 : Neither I nor II followsOption 5 : Both I and II follow.

Ques 114 : In the question a statement is followed by some courses of action . A course of action is a step or administrative decisions to be taken for improvement, follow-up, or further action in regard to the problem, policy, etc.You have to assume everything in the statement to be true and then decide which of the given suggested course(s) of action logically follows for pursuing.
Statement : ‘Despite family planning programmes, the rate of growth of population in our country is the  highest in the world. We are likely to achieve the dubious distinction of being the most populated  country in the world, by 2045’ – a survey. Courses of Action :
I. The family planning programmes should be abandoned.
II. Those who have more than two children should be forced disincentives like more tax etc.
Option 1 : Only I followsOption 2 : Only II followsOption 3 : Either I or II followsOption 4 : Neither I nor II followsOption 5 : Both I and II follow.

Ques 115 : The question is followed by two arguments numbered I and II. You have to decide which of the arguments is a strong argument and which is a weak argument.
Statement : Should strikes be banned in essential services? Arguments :
I. Yes, because strikes disrupt the normal life.
II. No, because it is the democratic right of the people.
Option 1 : Only argument I is strong.Option 2 : Only argument II is strong.Option 3 : Either I or II is strong.Option 4 : Neither I nor II is strong.Option 5 : Both I and II are strong

Ques 116 : The question is followed by two arguments numbered I and II. You have to decide which of  the arguments is a strong argument and which is a weak argument.
Statement : Should firecrackers be completely banned in India? Arguments :
I. Yes,firecrackers cause a lot of air pollution and noise pollution.
II.No,this will render thousands of people working in this industry jobless.
Option 1 : Only argument I is strong.Option 2 : Only argument II is strong.Option 3 : Either I or II is strong.Option 4 : Neither I nor II is strong.Option 5 : Both I and II are strong

Ques 117 : The question is followed by two arguments numbered I and II. You have to decide which of  the arguments is a strong argument and which is a weak argument.
Statement: Should the reservations given to SC/ST be done away with ? Arguments :
I. Yes, the reservations for SC/ST, etc. were to remain for a period of ten years as per on constitution.
II. No, it will frustrate these classes and lead to social unrest.
Option 1 : Only argument I is strong.Option 2 : Only argument II is strong.Option 3 : Either I or II is strong.Option 4 : Neither I nor II is strong.Option 5 : Both I and II are strong

Ques 118 : The question is followed by two arguments numbered I and II. You have to decide which of the arguments is a strong argument and which is a weak argument.
Statement: Some people feel that the rural areas are the only potential markets of the future. Arguments:
I. Yes, the demand of goods and services has stagnated in the cities.
II. No, rural areas will take a long time to develop before they can become a potential market.
Option 1 : Only argument I is strong.Option 2 : Only argument II is strong.Option 3 : Either I or II is strong.Option 4 : Neither I nor II is strong.Option 5 : Both I and II are strong

Ques 119 : The question is followed by two arguments numbered I and II. You have to decide which of the arguments is a strong argument and which is a weak argument.
Statement: Should space exploration programmes be given up by India?  Arguments :
I. Yes, they involve huge expenditure, which can be used towards development projects.
II. No, they are necessary for development, communication , weather forecast and prediction of cyclones etc.
Option 1 : Only argument I is strong.Option 2 : Only argument II is strong.Option 3 : Either I or II is strong.Option 4 : Neither I nor II is strong.Option 5 : Both I and II are strong

Ques 120 : The question is followed by two arguments numbered I and II. You have to decide which of the arguments is a strong argument and which is a weak argument.
Statement: Should the oil companies be allowed to fix the price of petroleum products depending on market conditions? Arguments :
I. Yes, this is the only way to make the oil companies commercially viable.
II. No, this will put additional burden on the retail prices of essential commodities and will cause lot of hardships to the masses.
Option 1 : Only argument I is strong.Option 2 : Only argument II is strongOption 3 : Either I or II is strong.Option 4 : Neither I nor II is strong.Option 5 : Both I and II are strong.

Ques 121 : The question is followed by two arguments numbered I and II. You have to decide which of the arguments is a strong argument and which is a weak argument.
Statement: Should the term for Lok Sabha reduced to four years ? Arguments :
I. No, it would mean more frequent elections and more burden on the national exchequer.
II. Yes, it would make political leaders more conscious towards going to the voters.
Option 1 : Only argument I is strong.Option 2 : Only argument II is strongOption 3 : Either I or II is strong.Option 4 : Neither I nor II is strong.Option 5 : Both I and II are strong.

Ques 122 : The question contains a statement followed by two Assumptions I and II. Find out which assumption(s) is implicit.
Statements: Science is a sort of new agency comparable in principle to other news agencies. But this news agency gives us information which is reliable to an extraordinary high degree due to elaborate techniques of verification and its capacity to survive centuries. So science should be read with as much interest as we read news. Assumptions :
I. Science encourages investigative spirit.
II. People read news out of interest.
Option 1 : Only assumption I is implicitOption 2 : Only assumption II is implicitOption 3 : Both assumption I and II are implicit.Option 4 : Neither assumption I or II is implicit

Ques 123 : The passage is followed by two inferences which may or may not be drawn from the facts stated in the passage. You have to examine each inference separately in the context of the passage and decide upon its degree of truth or falsity.
Statements: In a recent survey report it has been stated that those who undertake physical exercise for at least half an hour a day are less prone to have any heart ailments.
Inferences:
I. Moderate level of physical exercise is necessary for leading a healthy life.
II. All people who do desk-bound jobs definitely suffer from heart ailments.
Option 1 : Inference I follows.Option 2 : Only inference II follow.Option 3 : Both inferences I and II followOption 4 : Neither inference I nor II follows.

Ques 124 : The passage is followed by two inferences which may or may not be drawn from the facts stated in the passage. You have to examine each inference separately in the context of the passage and decide upon its degree of truth or falsity.
Statements : The serious accident in which a person was run down by a car yesterday has again focused attention on the most unsatisfactory state of roads.
Inferences:
I. The accident that occurred was fatal.
II. Several accidents have so far taken place because of unsatisfactory state of roads.
Option 1 : Inference I follows.Option 2 : Only inference II follow.Option 3 : Both inferences I and II followOption 4 : Neither inference I nor II follows.

Ques 125 : The question contains a statement followed by two Assumptions I and II. Find out which assumption(s) is implicit.
Statements: “Please engage more workers on the job to avoid the delay”, Managing Director tells the Supervisor.
Assumptions:
I. Delay is inevitable in most jobs.
II. Output will increase with more number of workers on the job.
Option 1 : Only assumption I is implicitOption 2 : Only assumption II is implicitOption 3 : Both assumption I and II are implicitOption 4 : Neither assumption I nor II is implicit

Ques 126 : The question contains a statement followed by two Assumptions I and II. Find out which assumption(s) is implicit.
Statements:  The president gave bravery award to nine children.
Assumptions:
I. The President gives award only to nine children every year.
II. The evening before the awards, each brave child dines with the President
Option 1 : Only assumption I is implicitOption 2 : Only assumption II is implicitOption 3 : Both assumption I and II are implicitOption 4 : Neither assumption I nor II is implicit

Ques 127 : The question contains a statement followed by two Assumptions I and II. Find out which assumption(s) is implicit.
Statements: The government has decided to reduce the army deployed at India-Pakistan border.
Assumptions:
I. The relations between India and Pakistan have improved.
II. Troops had been deployed at the Indo-Pak borders.
Option 1 : Only assumption I is implicitOption 2 : Only assumption II is implicitOption 3 : Both assumption I and II are implicitOption 4 : Neither assumption I nor II is implicit

Ques 128 : The question contains a statement followed by two Assumptions I and II. Find out which assumption(s) is implicit.
Statements: “We enjoyed ourselves very much in Paris during holidays” Richa told Anita.
Assumptions:
I. Richa was in Paris during the holidays.
II. She was accompanied by somene during her visit.
Option 1 : Only assumption I is implicitOption 2 : Only assumption II is implicitOption 3 : Both assumption I and II are implicitOption 4 : Neither assumption I nor II is implicit

Ques 129 : Study the statement(s) and the conclusions and select the correct option.
Statement : ‘Our Y brand mobile phones are best in voice clarity and multiplicity of functions’ – an advertisement in Paper A.
Conclusions :
I. Paper A has a wide circulation.
II.People look for voice clarity and multiplicity of functions in a mobile phone.
Option 1 : Conclusion I followsOption 2 : Conclusion II followsOption 3 : Both the conclusion I and II followOption 4 : Either conclusion I or II followsOption 5 : Neither conclusion I nor II follows

Ques 130 : Study the statement(s) and the conclusions and select the correct option.
Statement : Tamarind is a typical tropical tree which needs little water but humid conditions.
Conclusions :
I. All tropical trees need less water but more moisture.
II. Tropical climate has more humidity.
Option 1 : Conclusion I followsOption 2 : Conclusion II followsOption 3 : Both the conclusion I and II followOption 4 : Either conclusion I or II followsOption 5 : Neither conclusion I nor II follows

Ques 131 : Study the statement(s) and the conclusions and select the correct option.
Statement : Many people living in communist States shared the view that ideas were not the real issue. “Capitalism is the exploitation of man by man”, ran an old joke. “Under communism, it is exactly the opposite”.
Conclusions:
I. According to the joke, communism is an exploitation of man by man.
II. Some people in communist States believe that communism was not a great improvement on capitalism.
Option 1 : Only conclusion one followsOption 2 : Only conclusion II followsOption 3 : Both the conclusion I and II followsOption 4 : Neither I nor II follows

Ques 132 : Study the statement(s) and the conclusions and select the correct option.
Statement : The minimum qualification for this job is graduation .However the candidates who have appeared for the final year of graduation can also apply.
I. All candidates who have yet to graduate will be there in the list of selected candidates.
II. All candidates having graduation as their minimum qualification will be there in the list of selected candidates.
Option 1 : Only conclusion one followsOption 2 : Only conclusion II followsOption 3 : Both the conclusion I and II followsOption 4 : Neither I nor II follows

Ques 133 : Study the statement(s) and the conclusions and select the correct option.
Statement: Many Non Government Organisations (NGO’s) are engaged in the task of getting social  justice to those who are exploited.
Conlcusions:
I. Social justice is extremely important for people.
II. Government has not been able to bring social justice to people.
Option 1 : Conclusion I follows.Option 2 : Conclusion II followsOption 3 : Either Conclusion I or II followsOption 4 : Neither conclusion I nor II followsOption 5 : Both conclusion I and II follows.

Ques 134 : Study the statement(s) and the conclusions and select the correct option.
Statement: Despite the availability of technology many umpiring decisions in cricket matches are wrong.
Conlcusions:
I. Umpires do not take the help of the third umpire often.
II. With the current rules, one cannot conclude how long the game of cricket will continue to suffer like this.
Option 1 : Conclusion I follows.Option 2 : Conclusion II followsOption 3 : Either Conclusion I or II followsOption 4 : Neither conclusion I nor II followsOption 5 : Both conclusion I and II follows.

Ques 135 : Study the statement(s) and the conclusions and select the correct option.
Statement : Nearly 25% of drivers who cause accidents are not license holders.
Conclusions :
(a) Only experts and trained persons are issued a driving license.
(b) One is allowed to drive even without a driving license.
(c) It is quite easy to get a driving license in India.
(d) Driving does not mix with drinking.
(e) Driving license holders are not drinkers.
Option 1 : conclusion aOption 2 : conclusion bOption 3 : conclusion cOption 4 : conclusion dOption 5 : conclusion e

Ques 136 : Study the statement(s) and the conclusions and select the correct option.
Statement : In a class of 48 students, 75% are girls and the rest are boys. Only 50% of the students know swimming. Only 25% of the remaining take part in extra curricular activities.
Conclusions :
(a) Girls are poor swimmers.
(b) Boys often hesitate in taking part in extra curricular activities.
(c) All the students in the class are good at studies.
(d) The school prefect belongs to this class.
(e) There are many students who are neither swimmers nor they take part in extra curricular activities.
Option 1 : conclusion aOption 2 : conclusion bOption 3 : conclusion cOption 4 : conclusion dOption 5 : conclusion e

Ques 137 : Study the statement(s) and the conclusions and select the correct option.
Statement : “Man is born free but everywhere he is in chains.” Aristotle.
Conclusions :
(a) All men are in chains.
(b) No one is a slave in the eyes of God.
(c) There are so many restrictions on man’s movement.
(d) God has created all people equal but society imposes so many political, social, religious and economic restrictions on them.
(e) Man has so many chains of thought.
Option 1 : conclusion aOption 2 : conclusion bOption 3 : conclusion cOption 4 : conclusion dOption 5 : conclusion e

Ques 138 : In the question a statement is followed by some courses of action . A course of action is a step or administrative decisions to be taken for improvement, follow-up, or further action in regard to the problem, policy, etc.You have to assume everything in the statement to be true and then decide which of the given suggested course(s) of action logically follows for pursuing.
Statement: A large number of students studying in municipal schools could not pass the Xth std., Board examinations causing frustraction among the students and their parents.
Courses of action:
I. The municipal authority should immediately fill up the teachers’ vacancies in the municipal schools.
II. The municipal authority should close down some of their schools and concentrate their attention on the remaining schools to improve the condition.
Option 1 : Only course of action I follows.Option 2 : Only course of action II follows.Option 3 : Either course of action I or II follows.Option 4 : Neither course of action I nor II follows.Option 5 : Both courses of action follows.

Ques 139 : In the question a statement is followed by some courses of action . A course of action is a step or administrative decisions to be taken for improvement, follow-up, or further action in regard to the problem, policy, etc.You have to assume everything in the statement to be true and then decide which of the given suggested course(s) of action logically follows for pursuing.
Statement: The price of crude oil in the international market has considerably risen due to the unanimous decision of OPEC members, to effect cut in crude oil production.
Courses of action:
I. Government of India should immediately increase the price of petroleum products.
II. The government should increase the crude oil production of the domestic oil wells.
III. The government should absorb by using resources in its oil pool.
Option 1 : Only I follows.Option 2 : Only I and II follow.Option 3 : Only II and III follow.Option 4 : Only II follows.Option 5 : None of these

Ques 140 : In the question a statement is followed by some courses of action . A course of action is a step or administrative decisions to be taken for improvement, follow-up, or further action in regard to the problem, policy, etc.You have to assume everything in the statement to be true and then decide which of the given suggested course(s) of action logically follows for pursuing.
Statement: Due to substantial reduction in fares by different airlines services large number of passengers, so far travelling by upper classes in trains, have switched over to airline services.
Courses of action:
I. The railways should immediately reduce the fare structure of the upper classes substantially to retain its passengers.
II. The railways should reduce the capacity of upper classes in all the trains to avoid loss.
Option 1 : Only course of action I follows.Option 2 : Only course of action II follows.Option 3 : Either course of action I or II follows.Option 4 : Neither course of action I nor II follows.Option 5 : Both courses of action follows.

Ques 141 : In the question a statement is followed by some courses of action . A course of action is a step or administrative decisions to be taken for improvement, follow-up, or further action in regard to the problem, policy, etc.You have to assume everything in the statement to be true and then decide which of the given suggested course(s) of action logically follows for pursuing.
Statement: The government has decided to withdraw all the financial assistance it has been providing to the Institutes of higher learning and has urged them to become self-sufficient.
Courses of action:
I. These institutes should increase the number of students substantially so as to enable them to meet the shortfall.
II. These institutes should rationalise the fee structure and also offer consultancy services to meet the shortfall.
Option 1 : Only course of action I follows.Option 2 : Only course of action II follows.Option 3 : Either course of action I or II follows.Option 4 : Neither course of action I nor II follows.Option 5 : Both courses of action follows.

Ques 142 : In the question a statement is followed by some courses of action . A course of action is a step or administrative decisions to be taken for improvement, follow-up, or further action in regard to the problem, policy, etc.You have to assume everything in the statement to be true and then decide which of the given suggested course(s) of action logically follows for pursuing.
Statement:
There has been a significant drop in the water level of all the lakes supplying water to the city.
Courses of action:
I. The water supply authority should impose a partial cut in supply to tackle the situation.
II. The government should appeal to all the residents through mass media for minimal use of water.
Option 1 : Only course of action I follows.Option 2 : Only course of action II follows.Option 3 : Either course of action I or II follows.Option 4 : Neither course of action I nor II follows.Option 5 : Both courses of action follows.

Ques 143 : In the question a statement is followed by some courses of action . A course of action is a step or administrative decisions to be taken for improvement, follow-up, or further action in regard to the problem, policy, etc.You have to assume everything in the statement to be true and then decide which of the given suggested course(s) of action logically follows for pursuing.
Statement: One of the problems facing the food processing industry is the irregular supply of raw material. The producers of raw material are not getting a reasonable price.
Courses of action:
I. The Government should regulate the supply of raw material to other industries also.
II. The Government should announce an attractive package to ensure regular supply of raw material for food processing industry.
Option 1 : Only course of action I follows.Option 2 : Only course of action II follows.Option 3 : Either course of action I or II follows.Option 4 : Neither course of action I nor II follows.Option 5 : Both courses of action follows.

Ques 144 : In the question a statement is followed by some courses of action . A course of action is a step or administrative decisions to be taken for improvement, follow-up, or further action in regard to the problem, policy, etc.You have to assume everything in the statement to be true and then decide which of the given suggested course(s) of action logically follows for pursuing.
Statement: The chairman stressed the need for making education system more flexible and regretted that the curriculum has not been revised in keeping with the pace of the changes taking place.
Courses of action:
I. Curriculum should be reviewed and revised periodically.
II. System of education should be made more flexible.
Option 1 : Only course of action I follows.Option 2 : Only course of action II follows.Option 3 : Neither course of action I nor II follows.Option 4 : Both courses of action follows.

Ques 145 : In the question a statement is followed by some courses of action . A course of action is a step or administrative decisions to be taken for improvement, follow-up, or further action in regard to the problem, policy, etc.You have to assume everything in the statement to be true and then decide which of the given suggested course(s) of action logically follows for pursuing.
Statement: The chairman of the car company announced in the meeting that all trials of its first product, the new car model ‘M’, are over and company plans to launch its car in the marked after six months.
Courses of action:
I. The network of dealers is to be finalised and all legal, financial and other matters in this connection will have to be finalised shortly.
II. The company will have to make plans for products other than the car.
III. The Material, managerial and other resources will have to be in fine tune to maintain production schedule.
Option 1 : I and III onlyOption 2 : Only IOption 3 : All the threeOption 4 : Only IIOption 5 : None of these

Ques 146 : In the question a statement is followed by some courses of action . A course of action is a step or administrative decisions to be taken for improvement, follow-up, or further action in regard to the problem, policy, etc.You have to assume everything in the statement to be true and then decide which of the given suggested course(s) of action logically follows for pursuing.
Statement: The district administration has agreed to provide necessary infrastructural facilities to the proposed NRI-funded Trust’s project of supply of clean water to city ‘Z’.
Courses of action:
I. The district administration should provide necessary land to the trust by completing due formalities.
II. The district administration should facilitate obtaining electricity and other permission to the trust.
Option 1 : Only course of action I follows.Option 2 : Only course of action II follows.Option 3 : Either course of action I or II follows.Option 4 : Neither course of action I nor II follows.Option 5 : Both courses of action follows.

Ques 147 : In the question a statement is followed by some courses of action . A course of action is a step or administrative decisions to be taken for improvement, follow-up, or further action in regard to the problem, policy, etc.You have to assume everything in the statement to be true and then decide which of the given suggested course(s) of action logically follows for pursuing.
Statement: The eligibility for appearing for Common Entrance Test (CET) for engineering in state ‘M’ is now raised to 60% from earlier 50% at HSC examination.
Courses of action:
I. Many candidates from state ‘M’ may not appear for CET this year and may appear from CET examination of other states.
II. At pre-examination screening candidate obtaining less than 60% at HSC will have to be eliminated.
Option 1 : Only course of action I follows.Option 2 : Only course of action II follows.Option 3 : Either course of action I or II follows.Option 4 : Neither course of action I nor II follows.Option 5 : Both courses of action follows.

Ques 148 : The question is followed by two arguments numbered I and II. You have to decide which of the arguments is a strong argument and which is a weak argument.
Should India develop a national water grid including all rivers of the country ?
Arguments:
I. No, it is not feasible because we do not have technological knowledge.
II. Yes, because where there is shortage of water ,it can be helped by channelised water flowing.
Option 1 : Only agrument I is strong.Option 2 : Only agrument II is strong.Option 3 : Either I or II is strong.Option 4 : Neither I nor II is strong.Option 5 : Both I and II are strong.

Ques 149 : The question is followed by two arguments numbered I and II. You have to decide which of the arguments is a strong argument and which is a weak argument.
Should the parents who do not send their children to schools be punished?
Arguments:
I.Yes, it is the only way to eradicate illiteracy.
II. No, why should parents be punished ?
Option 1 : Only agrument I is strong.Option 2 : Only argument II is strong.Option 3 : Either I or II is strong.Option 4 : Neither I nor II is strong.Option 5 : Both I and II are strong.

Ques 150 : The question is followed by two arguments numbered I and II. You have to decide which of the arguments is a strong argument and which is a weak argument.
Should India produce sophisticated nuclear weapons ?
Arguments:
I. Yes,India’s enemies are improving their own weapons.
II. No, it will be contrary to our policy to maintain peace in the world.
Option 1 : Only agrument I is strong.Option 2 : Only argument II is strong.Option 3 : Either I or II is strong.Option 4 : Neither I nor II is strong.Option 5 : Both I and II are strong.
Ques 151 : The question is followed by two arguments numbered I and II. You have to decide which of the arguments is a strong argument and which is a weak argument.
Should there be a total ban on all tobacco products in India ?
Arguments:
I. No, this will render a large number of people jobless.
II. No, the government will lose huge amount of money as it will not be earned by way of taxes on these products.
Option 1 : Only argument I is strong.Option 2 : Only argument II is strong.Option 3 : Either I or II is strong.Option 4 : Neither I nor II is strong.Option 5 : Both I and II are strong.

Ques 152 : The question is followed by two arguments numbered I and II. You have to decide which of the arguments is a strong argument and which is a weak argument.
Should the retirement age of all government employees in India be made 55 years ? Arguments:
I. Yes, this will help government to offer employment to youth at lower cost and with higher productivity.
II. No, the Government will be deprived of the expertise of the experienced employees and this will have adverse effect on productivity.
Option 1 : Only argument I is strong.Option 2 : Only argument II is strong.Option 3 : Either I or II is strong.Option 4 : Neither I nor II is strong.Option 5 : Both I and II are strong.

Ques 153 : The question is followed by two arguments numbered I and II. You have to decide which of the arguments is a strong argument and which is a weak argument.
Should the public sector undertakings be allowed to adopt hire and fire policy?
Arguments:
I. Yes, this will help the public sector undertakings to get rid of non-performing employees and will also help to reward the performing employees.
II. No, the management may not be able to implement the policy in an unbiased manner and the employees will suffer due to the high-handedness of the management.
Option 1 : Only argument I is strong.Option 2 : Only argument II is strong.Option 3 : Either I or II is strong.Option 4 : Neither I nor II is strong.Option 5 : Both I and II are strong.

Ques 154 : The question is followed by two arguments numbered I and II. You have to decide which of the arguments is a strong argument and which is a weak argument.
Should the admission to professional courses in India be given only on merit without any concession to any particular group of students?
Arguments:
I. Yes, this will improve the quality of the professionals as they will be able to complete the courses successfully.
II. No, this will keep large number of socially and economically backward students out of the reach of the professional courses.
Option 1 : Only argument I is strong.Option 2 : Only argument II is strong.Option 3 : Either I or II is strong.Option 4 : Neither I nor II is strong.Option 5 : Both I and II are strong.

Ques 155 : Question is followed by four arguments numbered I, II, III and IV. You have to decide which of the arguments are ‘strong’ arguments and which are ‘ weak’ arguments.

Should all the management institutes in the country be brought under government control?
Arguments:
I. No, the government does not have adequate resources to run such institutes effectively.
II. No, each institute should be given freedom to function on its own
III. Yes, this will enable to have standardized education for all the students.
IV. Yes, only then the quality of education would improve.
Option 1 : None of the statements is strong.Option 2 : Only III is strong.Option 3 : Only I ,II and III are strong.Option 4 : Only I and III are strongOption 5 : All the statements are strong.

Ques 156 : The questions is followed by two arguments numbered ‘X’ and ‘Y’. You have to decide which of the argument(s) is forceful and to what degree.

Should trade unions be banned ?
Arguments:
X. Yes, as they create a lot of problem for industrialists.
Y. No, as they take care of the rights of the labour working in the industries.
Option 1 : Argument ‘X’ is forcefulOption 2 : Argument ‘Y’ is forceful.Option 3 : Neither ‘X’ nor ‘Y’ are forceful.Option 4 : Both ‘X’ and ‘Y’ are forceful.Option 5 : Both “X’ and ‘Y’ are irrelevant.

Ques 157 : The questions is followed by two arguments numbered ‘X’ and ‘Y’. You have to decide which of the argument(s) is forceful and to what degree.

Should all news be censured by the state in democracy ?
Arguments:
X. Yes, variations in news bring doubts and confusion among people.
Y. No, controlled news loses credibility
Option 1 : Argument ‘X’ is forcefulOption 2 : Argument ‘Y’ is forceful.Option 3 : Neither ‘X’ nor ‘Y’ are forceful.Option 4 : Both ‘X’ and ‘Y’ are forceful.Option 5 : Both “X’ and ‘Y’ are irrelevant.

Ques 158 : The questions is followed by two arguments numbered ‘X’ and ‘Y’. You have to decide which of the argument(s) is forceful and to what degree.

Should smoking be prohibited ?
Arguments:
X. Yes, it is wrong to smoke away millions worth of good money.
Y. No, it will throw thousands of workers in the tobacco industry out of employment.
Option 1 : Argument ‘X’ is forcefulOption 2 : Argument ‘Y’ is forceful.Option 3 : Neither ‘X’ nor ‘Y’ are forceful.Option 4 : Both ‘X’ and ‘Y’ are forceful.Option 5 : Both “X’ and ‘Y’ are irrelevant.

Ques 159 : The question contains a statement followed by two Assumptions I and II. Find out which assumption(s) is implicit.
Statement: Salary cannot be the only criteria for deciding a person’s potential
Assumptions:
I. Persons with equal potential are not necessarily paid equally.
II. Salary of a person is not linked only with the potential
Option 1 : Only Assumption I is implicit.Option 2 : Only Assumption II is implicit.Option 3 : Either Assumption I or II is implicit.Option 4 : Neither Assumption I nor II is implicit.Option 5 : Both Assumptions I and II are implicit.

Ques 160 : The question contains a statement followed by three Assumptions I, IIand III. Find out which assumption(s) is implicit.
Statement: The civic authority has decided that all the factories located inside the city limit will be shifted outside to reduce the level of environmental pollution in the city.
Assumptions:
I. The pollution level in the city in future may reduce after these factories are shifted outside the city limit.
II. Enough usable land is available outside the city limit for these factories.
III. Many of these factories may shift to some other smaller town to remain profitable.
Option 1 : Only I is implicit.Option 2 : Only I and II are implicit.Option 3 : Only II is implicit.Option 4 : Only II and III are implicit.Option 5 : None of these

Ques 161 : The question contains a statement followed by three Assumptions I, IIand III. Find out which assumption(s) is implicit.
Statement: India’s economic growth has come at a terrible price of increased industrial and vehicular pollution.
Assumptions:
I. Pollution is a part of industrial society.
II. Indian economic growth is based on only industrial growth.
III. A country desires economic growth with manageable side effects.
Option 1 : Only I is implicitOption 2 : Only II is implicitOption 3 : Only I and III are implicitOption 4 : Only III is implicitOption 5 : None of these

Ques 162 : The question contains a statement followed by three Assumptions I, IIand III. Find out which assumption(s) is implicit.
Statement: “We do not want you to see our product in newspaper, visit our shop to get a full view” – an advertisement.
Assumptions:
I. People generally decide to purchase any product after seeing the name in the advertisement.
II. Uncommon appeal may attract the customers.
III. People may come to see the product.
Option 1 : None is implicitOption 2 : Onlyd I and II are implicitOption 3 : Only II and III are implicitOption 4 : All are implicitOption 5 :

Ques 163 : The question contains a statement followed by three Assumptions I, IIand III. Find out which assumption(s) is implicit.
Statement: The telephone company informed the subscribers through a notification that those who do not pay their bills by the due date will be charged penalty for every defaulting day.
Assumptions:
I. Majority of the people may pay their bills by the due date to avoid penalty.
II. The money collected as penalty may set off the losses due to delayed payment
III. People generally pay heed to such notices.
Option 1 : II and III are implicitOption 2 : I and II are implicitOption 3 : None of these is implicitOption 4 : I and III are implicitOption 5 : All are implicit.

Ques 164 : The question contains a statement followed by two Assumptions I and II. Find out which assumption(s) is implicit.
Statement: The railway authority has decided to introduce two additional super-fast trains between Cities ‘A’ and ‘B’ during the vacation time.
Assumptions:
I. All the passengers who desire to travel during vacation time will get a train ticket.
II. All other modes of transport between cities ‘A’ and ‘B’ are already overstretched.
Option 1 : Only Assumption I is implicit.Option 2 : Only Assumption II is implicit.Option 3 : Either Assumption I or II is implicit.Option 4 : Neither Assumption I nor II is implicit.Option 5 : Both Assumptions I and II are implicit.

Ques 165 : The question contains a statement followed by two Assumptions I and II. Find out which assumption(s) is implicit.
Statement: The government has instructed all the premier institutes offering professional courses to reduce the fees by 50 percent and increase the number of students.
Assumptions:
I. These institutes may be able to continue providing quality education with less fees and more students.
II. The institutes may continue charging more fees to provide quality education.
Option 1 : Only Assumption I is implicit.Option 2 : Only Assumption II is implicit.Option 3 : Either Assumption I or II is implicit.Option 4 : Neither Assumption I nor II is implicit.Option 5 : Both Assumptions I and II are implicit.

Ques 166 : The question contains a statement followed by two Assumptions I and II. Find out which assumption(s) is implicit.
Statement: Use ‘X’ brand shoes. These are durable and available in all sizes.
Assumptions:
I. Some people do not know about ‘X’ brand shoes.
II. Normally, people like durable shoes.
Option 1 : Only Assumption I is implicit.Option 2 : Only Assumption II is implicit.Option 3 : Either Assumption I or II is implicit.Option 4 : Neither Assumption I nor II is implicit.Option 5 : Both Assumptions I and II are implicit.

Ques 167 : The question contains a statement followed by two Assumptions I and II. Find out which assumption(s) is implicit.
Statement: ‘Please do not wait for me, I may be late, start taking lunch as soon as the guests arrive.’ – a message from a Director of a Company to his Office managers.
Assumptions:
I. Keeping guests waiting is not desirable.
II.Lunch may not be ready in time.
Option 1 : Only Assumption I is implicit.Option 2 : Only Assumption II is implicit.Option 3 : Either Assumption I or II is implicit.Option 4 : Neither Assumption I nor II is implicit.Option 5 : Both Assumptions I and II are implicit.

Ques 168 : The question contains a statement followed by two Assumptions I and II. Find out which assumption(s) is implicit.
Statement: The government has decided to pay compensation of Rs. 1 lakh to the family members of  those who are killed in railway accidents.
Assumptions:
I. The government has enough funds to meet the expenses due for compensation.
II. There may be reduction in incidents of railway accidents in near future.
Option 1 : Only Assumption I is implicit.Option 2 : Only Assumption II is implicit.Option 3 : Either Assumption I or II is implicit.Option 4 : Neither Assumption I nor II is implicit.Option 5 : Both Assumptions I and II are implicit.

Ques 169 : Select the right option from the given alternatives
256 : 4086 :: ?
Option 1 : 225 : 3365Option 2 : 144 : 3032Option 3 : 132 : 3012Option 4 : 160 : 3600

Ques 170 : In the following question three numbers are given which are inter-connected in some way.Select the option that bears an analogy similar to the main words.
21:51:15
Option 1 : 21:31:51Option 2 : 21:36:41Option 3 : 21:51:61Option 4 : 21:91:35

Ques 171 : In the following question three numbers are given which are inter-connected in some way.Select the option that bears an analogy similar to the main words.
264 : 275 : 385
Option 1 : 145 : 253 : 325Option 2 : 143 : 235 : 246Option 3 : 372 : 563 : 736Option 4 : 233 : 343 : 345

Ques 172 : Choose the right answer.
From the given choices select the odd man out
Option 1 : ADGOption 2 : BEHOption 3 : SUTOption 4 : KNQOption 5 : CFI

Ques 173 : Choose the right answer.
From the given choices select the odd man out
Option 1 : STUOption 2 : LMLOption 3 : LVWOption 4 : RPLOption 5 : NSW

Ques 174 : Choose the right answer.
From the given choices select the odd man out
Option 1 : XGEZOption 2 : PCAQOption 3 : LKINOption 4 : DWUF

Ques 175 : Choose the right answer.
From the given choices select the odd man out
Option 1 : REABOption 2 : SOEDOption 3 : WYZEOption 4 : AETF
Ques 176 : Choose the right answer.
From the given choices select the odd man out
Option 1 : 144Option 2 : 168Option 3 : 196Option 4 : 256

Ques 177 : Choose the right answer.
From the given choices select the odd man out
Option 1 : 96Option 2 : 29Option 3 : 79Option 4 : 43

Ques 178 : Choose the right answer.
From the given choices select the odd man out
Option 1 : 9 – 3Option 2 : 1/2 – 1/8Option 3 : 1/3 – 1/12Option 4 : 24 – 6

Ques 179 : Choose the right answer.
From the given choices select the odd man out
Option 1 : 24 – 51Option 2 : 32 – 13Option 3 : 46 – 20Option 4 : 72 – 45

Ques 180 : Decode the word(s) / pattern given in the question
If CONTRIBUTE is written as ETBUIRNTOC, which letter will be in the sixth place when counted from the left if POPULARISE is written in that code ?
Option 1 : LOption 2 : AOption 3 : IOption 4 : D

Ques 181 : Decode the word(s) / pattern given in the question
If SHARP is coded as 58034 and PUSH as 4658, then RUSH is coded as
Option 1 : 3568Option 2 : 3658Option 3 : 3685Option 4 : 3583

Ques 182 : Decode the word(s) / pattern given in the question
If MACHINE is coded as 19 – 7 – 9 – 14 – 15 – 20 – 11, how will you code DANGER ?
Option 1 : 10 – 7 – 20 – 13 – 11 – 24Option 2 : 11 – 7 – 20 – 16 – 11 – 24Option 3 : 13 – 7 – 20 – 9 – 11 – 25Option 4 : 13 – 7 – 20 – 10 – 11 – 25

Ques 183 : Decode the word(s) / pattern given in the question
In a certain code ‘HIT BIT NIT’ means ‘GIT CIT MIT’; ‘SIT PIT MIT’ means ‘RIT QIT LIT’ and FIT ZIT PIT means EIT AIT OIT. What does DIT JIT KIT stand for in that code language ?
Option 1 : CIT KIT JITOption 2 : BIT CIT JITOption 3 : RIT LIT PITOption 4 : LIT RIT MIT

Ques 184 : Decode the word(s) / pattern given in the question
If STUDENT is coded as RUTE DOS, which word would be coded as RDGPKBQ ?
Option 1 : SHACKLEOption 2 : SHINGLEOption 3 : SNOBBEROption 4 : SCHOLAR

Ques 185 : Decode the word(s) / pattern given in the question
If CABLE = 96372 and RISK = 8415, what word is made by 37265 ?
Option 1 : TRICKOption 2 : BLEAKOption 3 : BLANKOption 4 : TABLE

Ques 186 : Decode the word(s) / pattern given in the question
In a code language STAY is written as 9657 SOUND is written as 92348 and DOT IN is written as 826 74. How would you write SIT STAND in that language ?
Option 1 : 967 29348Option 2 : 976 96548Option 3 : 679 92843Option 4 : 796 23984

Ques 187 : Select the right option from the given alternatives
QDXM : SFYN ::UIOZ:?
Option 1 : PAQMOption 2 : LPWAOption 3 : QNLAOption 4 : WKPA

Ques 188 : Select the right option from the given alternatives
MOQ : TUX :: ACE:?
Option 1 : ILHOption 2 : HLIOption 3 : HILOption 4 : IHL

Ques 189 : Select the right option from the given alternatives
MPSV : HKNQ :: PSVY 😕
Option 1 : CIFLOption 2 : LCIFOption 3 : CFILOption 4 : ICFL

Ques 190 : Select the right option from the given alternatives
WINTER : RETNIW ::
Option 1 : RMMEUS : SUMMEROption 2 : SPRING : GNIRPSOption 3 : HEAVEN : GODOption 4 : KNIFE :BLADE

Ques 191 : Select the right option from the given alternatives
FACE: HACE :: BACE 😕
Option 1 : DACEOption 2 : CASEOption 3 : NACEOption 4 : LACE

Ques 192 : Select the right option from the given alternatives
DFO: GIR :: ?
Option 1 : EMK : IRPOption 2 : KME : NPHOption 3 : CDO : EGQOption 4 : MKI : PRE

Ques 193 : Select the right option from the given alternatives
OQT : FHK :: DFI 😕
Option 1 : CEHOption 2 : BEHOption 3 : BFHOption 4 : AFH

Ques 194 : Select the right option from the given alternatives
WOLLS: XPMMT :: PILOT : ?
Option 1 : QJMPUOption 2 : QJJPUOption 3 : QMMPUOption 4 : QMJPU

Ques 195 : Select the right option from the given alternatives
5: 124 :: 7 😕
Option 1 : 342Option 2 : 343Option 3 : 248Option 4 : 125

Ques 196 : Select the right option from the given alternatives
ACE : 135 :: DFG 😕
Option 1 : 246Option 2 : 642Option 3 : 467Option 4 : 681

Ques 197 : Choose the right answer.
From the given choices select the odd man out
Option 1 : aaa b FGOption 2 : bbb c GHOption 3 : hhh i MNOption 4 : ddd c HIOption 5 : fff g KL

Ques 198 : Choose the right answer.
From the given choices select the odd man out
Option 1 : aaAA eeFFOption 2 : ppQQ uuVVOption 3 : llMM qqRROption 4 : rrss wwXXOption 5 : ooPP ttUU

Ques 199 : Choose the right answer.
From the given choices select the odd man out
Option 1 : 11, 3, 3, 17Option 2 : 41, 5, 3, 47Option 3 : 71, 7, 3, 17Option 4 : 37, 14, 19, 7Option 5 : 67, 71, 3, 5

Ques 200 : Choose the right answer.
From the given choices select the odd man out
Option 1 : 24Option 2 : 12Option 3 : 36Option 4 : 27Option 5 : 48
Ques 201 : Choose the right answer.
From the given choices select the odd man out
Option 1 : 63Option 2 : 45Option 3 : 81Option 4 : 27Option 5 : 38

Ques 202 : Select the right option from the given alternatives
24:90::56: ?
Option 1 : 120Option 2 : 122Option 3 : 118Option 4 : 124

Ques 203 : Select the right option from the given alternatives
7:11::31: ?
Option 1 : 33Option 2 : 37Option 3 : 39Option 4 : 42

Ques 204 : Select the right option from the given alternatives
32:16::8: ?
Option 1 : 6Option 2 : 4Option 3 : 7Option 4 : 3

Ques 205 : Select the right option from the given alternatives
4, 6, 8, 10, ____
Option 1 : 11Option 2 : 12Option 3 : 13Option 4 : 14

Ques 206 : Select the right option from the given alternatives
2197:13 :: 3375 : ?
Option 1 : 11Option 2 : 17Option 3 : 15Option 4 : 9

Ques 207 : Select the right option from the given alternatives
DJ: WQ :: FK 😕
Option 1 : UROption 2 : RUOption 3 : PUOption 4 : UP

Ques 208 : Select the right option from the given alternatives
ROM : PMK:: SET: ?
Option 1 : QCROption 2 : UGVOption 3 : RPSOption 4 : TFU

Ques 209 : Select the right option from the given alternatives
TOR : VRQMTP :: DWN: ?
Option 1 : BFUYLPOption 2 : FBYUPLOption 3 : FYBULPOption 4 : BUFLYP

Ques 210 : Select the right option from the given alternatives
JIH : WVU :: GFE : ?
Option 1 : TUVOption 2 : RSTOption 3 : TSROption 4 : VUT

Ques 211 : Select the right option from the given alternatives
KPQR : LRTV :: DGHY : ?
Option 1 : EIKCOption 2 : ETKCOption 3 : EJKDOption 4 : EHKD

Ques 212 : Choose the right answer.
From the given choices select the odd man out
Option 1 : 246Option 2 : 268Option 3 : 537Option 4 : 369

Ques 213 : Choose the right answer.
From the given choices select the odd man out
Option 1 : 10Option 2 : 30Option 3 : 68Option 4 : 128

Ques 214 : Choose the right answer.
From the given choices select the odd man out
Option 1 : BDOption 2 : FLOption 3 : JSOption 4 : KV

Ques 215 : Choose the right answer.
From the given choices select the odd man out
Option 1 : ABDCOption 2 : FGIHOption 3 : KLMNOption 4 : QRTS

Ques 216 : Choose the right answer.
From the given choices select the odd man out
Option 1 : 121Option 2 : 169Option 3 : 225Option 4 : 289

Ques 217 : Choose the right answer.
From the given choices select the odd man out
Option 1 : LDCMOption 2 : TMNUOption 3 : MJINOption 4 : PLKQ

Ques 218 : Decode the word(s) / pattern given in the question
In a certain code language if the word “PERMIT” is coded as TIMREP, then how will you code the word “REJECTION”?
Option 1 : NOICTEJREOption 2 : NOITCEJEROption 3 : NOITECJEROption 4 : None of these

Ques 219 : Decode the word(s) / pattern given in the question
In a certain code language if the word “FORMAT” is coded as IOUMDT, then how will the word BUSINESS be coded ?
Option 1 : FUEIDEQSOption 2 : EUVIQEVSOption 3 : DUEKIDQSOption 4 : None of these

Ques 220 : Decode the word(s) / pattern given in the question
If in a certain code “made” is coded as 1234 and “ream” is coded as 5421, then “dream” is coded as
Option 1 : 35421Option 2 : 43512Option 3 : 35412Option 4 : 34521

Ques 221 : Decode the word(s) / pattern given in the question
If in a certain code “xerox” is coded as 52315, “widen” is coded as 46720, then “oxen” is coded as
Option 1 : 1623Option 2 : 1520Option 3 : 1420Option 4 : 1523

Ques 222 : Find the next number in the series
2, 5, 10, 17, 26,_____
Option 1 : 35Option 2 : 38Option 3 : 39Option 4 : 37

Ques 223 : Find the next number in the series
135, 246, 357, 468,_____
Option 1 : 578Option 2 : 577Option 3 : 579Option 4 : 570

Ques 224 : Find the next number in the series
23, 68, 113, 158, 203,_____
Option 1 : 252Option 2 : 248Option 3 : 242Option 4 : 256

Ques 225 : Find the next number in the series
3, 12, 48, 192, 768, _____
Option 1 : 2868Option 2 : 2968Option 3 : 3072Option 4 : 3176
Ques 226 : Find the next number in the series
256, 64, 128, 32, 64,_____
Option 1 : 128Option 2 : 16Option 3 : 32Option 4 : 256

Ques 227 : Find the next number in the series
4, 24, 48, 72, 96, _____
Option 1 : 121Option 2 : 120Option 3 : 144Option 4 : 132

Ques 228 : Find the next number in the series
2, 6, 30, 210, _____
Option 1 : 1680Option 2 : 1800Option 3 : 1890Option 4 : 2010

Ques 229 : Select the right option from the given alternatives
Looking at a portrait of a man, Harsh said, “His mother is the wife of my father’s son. Brothers and sisters I have none.” At whose portrait was Harsh looking?
Option 1 : His sonOption 2 : His cousinOption 3 : His uncleOption 4 : His nephewOption 5 : None of these

Ques 230 : Select the right option from the given alternatives
Anil, introducing a girl in a party, said, “She is the wife of the grandson of my mother”. How is Anil related to the girl?
Option 1 : FatherOption 2 : GrandfatherOption 3 : HusbandOption 4 : Father-in-law

Ques 231 : Select the right option from the given alternatives
A boy goes to see a picture and sees a man sitting to his left and found that the man was his relative. The man was the husband of the sister of his mother. How is the man related to the boy?
Option 1 : UncleOption 2 : NephewOption 3 : BrotherOption 4 : None of these

Ques 232 : Select the right option from the given alternatives
Mr. ‘A’ meets Mrs. ‘B’ B is the father of a son C and daughter D. E is the mother of A. C is married and has one son. E is the dauther-in-law of B. How is A related to B?
Option 1 : UncleOption 2 : GrandsonOption 3 : SonOption 4 : Nephew

Ques 233 : Select the right option from the given alternatives
How is D related to C if A told B that C is his father’s nephew. D is A’s cousin but not brother of C. A’s father has one sibling only.
Option 1 : SisterOption 2 : FatherOption 3 : NieceOption 4 : Nephew

Ques 234 : Select the right option from the given alternatives
A is sister of B. C is the father of B. D is the wife of C and E is the father of D. How is E related to B?
Option 1 : UncleOption 2 : GrandmotherOption 3 : FatherOption 4 : Grandfather

Ques 235 : Select the right option from the given alternatives
A man starts from a point ‘X’ and walks 3 km southwards, then he turns left and walks 6 km. In which direction is he from the starting point?
Option 1 : South-WestOption 2 : South-EastOption 3 : WestOption 4 : South

Ques 236 : Select the right option from the given alternatives
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 tuns 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?
Option 1 : 14 kmOption 2 : 6 mOption 3 : 8 kmOption 4 : 7 km

Ques 237 : Select the right option from the given alternatives
A, B, C, D and E are sitting on a bench. A is sitting next to B, C is sitting next to D, D is not sitting with E who is on the left end of the bench, C is on the second position from the right. A is on the right of B and E. A and C are sitting together. In which position is A sitting?
Option 1 : Between B and DOption 2 : Between B and COption 3 : Between E and DOption 4 : Between C and E

Ques 238 : Select the right option from the given alternatives
Rita, Sita, Gita and Mita went to a dance party with Tarun, Arun, Varun and Karun. Rita did not dance with Tarun or Varun, Gita knew only disco dance and Arun and Varun did not know disco. Mita and Vaun are bitter enemies and won’t dance with each other. Given a choice, Arun won’t dance with Mita. Karun’s partner is Gita. Who was Mita’s dance partner?
Option 1 : TarunOption 2 : ArunOption 3 : KarunOption 4 : Varun

Ques 239 : Select the right option from the given alternatives
My friend and I started simultaneously towards each other from two places 100 m apart. After walking 30 m my friend turned left and went 10 m., then he turned right and went 20 m,then he turned right again and came back on the road on which he had started walking. If we both walked with the same speed, what is the distance between us at that point of time.
Option 1 : 50 mOption 2 : 20 mOption 3 : 30 mOption 4 : 40 m

Ques 240 : Select the right option from the given alternatives
A man travels 3 kms to the west, turns left and goes 3 kms, turns right and goes 1 km, again turns right and goes 3 kms. How far is he from the starting point?
Option 1 : 7 kmsOption 2 : 6 kmsOption 3 : 5 kmsOption 4 : 4 kms

Ques 241 : Select the right option from the given alternatives
A drives 10 km towards east and turns to the right hand and drives 3 km. Then he drives towards west (turning at his right) 3 km. He then turns to his left and drives 2 km. Finally he turns to his right and travels
7 km. How far is he from his starting point and in which direction would he be?
Option 1 : 10 km, EastOption 2 : 9 km, NorthOption 3 : 8 km, WestOption 4 : 5 km, SouthOption 5 : 3 km, South

Ques 242 : Select the right option from the given alternatives
A player X stands 50 yards away from Y in the West. He moves 10 yards straight towards South and then turns eastward going upto 50 yards, while Y also comes down southward and meets X at the same point. How far is Y from his original position?
Option 1 : 50 yardsOption 2 : 40 yardsOption 3 : 20 yardsOption 4 : 10 yards

Ques 243 : Select the right option from the given alternatives
Sandhya walks straight from point A to B which is 2 kms away. She turns left, at 900 and walks 8 kms to point C, where she turns left again at 900 and walks 5 kms to point D. At D she turns left at 90 degree and  walks for 8 kms to point E.What is the distance between A and E?
Option 1 : 2Option 2 : 3Option 3 : 5Option 4 : 8

Ques 244 : Select the right option from the given alternatives
Seema told Sanjiv, “The girl I met yesterday at the beach was the youngest daughter of the brother-in-law of my friend’s mother.” How is the girl related to Seema’s friend?
Option 1 : NieceOption 2 : FriendOption 3 : AuntOption 4 : Cousin

Ques 245 : Select the right option from the given alternatives
If A # B means A is father of B; A $ B means A is mother of B, A @ B means A is sister of B, then how is B related to X in X $ K # A @ B?
Option 1 : GrandsonOption 2 : Grand-daughterOption 3 : NephewOption 4 : Data Inadequate

Ques 246 : Select the right option from the given alternatives
Introducing Sarita, Meena, said, “She is the only daughter of my father’s only daughter”. How is Meena related to Sarita?
Option 1 : NieceOption 2 : CousinOption 3 : AuntOption 4 : None of these

Ques 247 : Select the right option from the given alternatives
Pointing to a girl, Arvind said “She is daughter of the only child of my father,” How is Arvind’s wife related to that girl?
Option 1 : DaughterOption 2 : MotherOption 3 : AuntOption 4 : SisterOption 5 : None of these

Ques 248 : Select the right option from the given alternatives
D, the son-in-law of B is the brother-in-law of A who is the brother of C. How is A related to B?
Option 1 : BrotherOption 2 : SonOption 3 : FatherOption 4 : Data inadequateOption 5 : None of these

Ques 249 : Select the right option from the given alternatives
A man said, “This girl is the wife of the grandson of my mother”. How is the man related to the girl?
Option 1 : GrandfatherOption 2 : FatherOption 3 : Father-in-lawOption 4 : HusbandOption 5 : None of these

Ques 250 : Select the right option from the given alternatives
Saroj is mother-in-law of Vani who is sister-in-law of Deepak. Rajeesh is father of Ramesh, the only brother of Deepak. How is Saroj related to Deepak?
Option 1 : Mother-in-lawOption 2 : AuntOption 3 : WifeOption 4 : MotherOption 5 : None of these
Ques 251 : Select the right option from the given alternatives
Kalyani is mother-in-law of Veena who is Sister-in-law of Ashok. Dheeraj is father of Sudeep, the only brother of Ashok. How is Kalyani related to Ashok?
Option 1 : Mother-in-lawOption 2 : AuntOption 3 : WifeOption 4 : CousinOption 5 : None of these

Ques 252 : Select the right option from the given alternatives
Pointing to a lady, the man said, ‘The son of her brother is the Brother of my wife’. How is the lady related to the man?
Option 1 : Mother’s sisterOption 2 : GrandmotherOption 3 : Mother-in-lawOption 4 : Sister of father-in-lawOption 5 : Natural Aunt

Ques 253 : Select the right option from the given alternatives
Mohit said to Neelam, “Your only brother’s son is my wife’s brother”. How is Neelam related to the wife of Mohit?
Option 1 : AuntOption 2 : Mother-in-lawOption 3 : SisterOption 4 : Cannot be determinedOption 5 : None of these

Ques 254 : Select the right option from the given alternatives
Pointing to a photograph of a lady, Mr. Ahluwalia said, “She is the wife of my son’s only brother.” How is the lady related to Mr. Ahluwalia?
Option 1 : DaughterOption 2 : Daughter-in-lawOption 3 : Sister-in-lawOption 4 : WifeOption 5 : None of these

Ques 255 : Select the right option from the given alternatives
Introducing Sunita, Ankit said, “She is the wife of my mother’s only son.” How is Sunita related to Ankit?
Option 1 : WifeOption 2 : SisterOption 3 : Sister-in-lawOption 4 : Data InadequateOption 5 : None of these

Ques 256 : Select the right option from the given alternatives
Pointing to a lady, the man said, “The son of her only brother is the brother of my wife.” How is the lady related to the man?
Option 1 : Mother’s sisterOption 2 : GrandmotherOption 3 : Mother-in-lawOption 4 : None of these

Ques 257 : Select the right option from the given alternatives
A girl introduced a boy as the son of the daughter of the father of her uncle. The boy is the girl’s.
Option 1 : BrotherOption 2 : NephewOption 3 : UncleOption 4 : Son-in-law

Ques 258 : Select the right option from the given alternatives
A tourist drives 10 km towards East and turns to righthand side and takes a drive of another 3 km. He then drives towards West (turning to his right) another 3 km. He then turns to his left and walks another 2 km.
Afterwards, he turns to his right and travels 7 km. How far is he from his starting point and in which direction?
Option 1 : 10 km EastOption 2 : 9 km NorthOption 3 : 8 km WestOption 4 : 5 km South

Ques 259 : Select the right option from the given alternatives
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?
Option 1 : 3 km SouthOption 2 : 3 km NorthOption 3 : 5 km WestOption 4 : 5 km North-West

Ques 260 : Select the right option from the given alternatives
Sunil was facing east. He turns 150o in the clockwise direction and then 145o in the anticlockwise direction. Which direction is he facing now?
Option 1 : EastOption 2 : NorthOption 3 : South-WestOption 4 : South-East

Ques 261 : Select the right option from the given alternatives
Gautam was facing North. He walked 40 meters and turned left to cover 20 mts. He again turned left and walked 40 mts. How far is he from his original position?
Option 1 : 20 mtOption 2 : 40 mtOption 3 : 60 mtOption 4 : 80 mt

Ques 262 : Select the right option from the given alternatives
A puppy was trying to find its mother. It was facing east and walked for 10 mt. It turned south then and walked another 10 mt. Then it started walking towards North it walked for 20 mt and turned west. It  walked 10 mt. and moved south for 2 mt. In which direction is it from the original position and how far?
Option 1 : 60 mt north-eastOption 2 : 10 m north-eastOption 3 : 8 mt northOption 4 : can’t be determined

Ques 263 : Select the right option from the given alternatives
Amar started from point A and walked 10 km East to point B then turned to North and walked 3 km to point C and then turned West and walked 12 km to point D, then again turned South and walked 3 km to point E. In which direction is he from his starting point?
Option 1 : EastOption 2 : SouthOption 3 : WestOption 4 : NorthOption 5 :

Ques 264 : Select the right option from the given alternatives
From a point Shalu starts walking towards North and after walking 20 meters, she turns to her right and walks 10 metres, then she turns right again and walks 20 m. Then, she turns to her left and walks 10 m and finally turns to her left and walks 20 m. In which direction is she with reference to the starting point?
Option 1 : NorthOption 2 : SouthOption 3 : North-EastOption 4 : EastOption 5 : None of these

Ques 265 : Select the right option from the given alternatives
Ram starts walking towards East from a point ‘S’ and after walking 15 m turns to his left and walks 10 m, again he walks 10 m turning to his left and finally walks 22 m turning to his left and reaches a point ‘Q’. How far and in which direction is he from the point ‘S’?
Option 1 : 15 m SouthOption 2 : 22 m South EastOption 3 : 12 m SouthOption 4 : 13 m South-EastOption 5 : None of these

Ques 266 : Select the right option from the given alternatives
I walked 20 m towards east from a point ‘S’ and then turned right and walked another 20 m. Now I turned to my left and walked 10 m and turning to my right I walked another 10 m. Finally I turned to my right
and walked 30 m to reach a point ‘F’. What is the shortest straight distance between points ‘S’ and ‘F’?
Option 1 : 20 mOption 2 : 25 mOption 3 : 30 mOption 4 : 40 mOption 5 : 50 m

Ques 267 : Select the right option from the given alternatives
Starting from a point ‘M’, Hari walked 18 metres towards south. He turned to his left and walked 25 metres. He then turned to his left and walked 18 metres. He again turned to his left and walked 35 metres and reached a point ‘P’. How far Hari is from the point ‘M’ and in which direction?
Option 1 : 10 m eastOption 2 : 10 m westOption 3 : 35 m westOption 4 : 10 m southOption 5 : None of these

Ques 268 : Select the right option from the given alternatives
A tourist drives 10 km towards east and turns to his right hand and drives 3 km.Then he drives towards west (turning to his right) 3 km. He then turns to his left and drives 2 km.Finally he turns to his right and travels 7 km. How far is he from his starting point and in which direction would he be?
Option 1 : 10 km EastOption 2 : 9 km NorthOption 3 : 8 km WestOption 4 : 5 km WestOption 5 : 5 km South

Ques 269 : Select the right option from the given alternatives
Karan starts walking towards south. After walking 15 metres he turns towards north. After walking 20 metres, he turns towards east and walks 10 metres. He then turns towards south and walks 5 metres. How far is he from his original position and in which direction?
Option 1 : 10 metres EastOption 2 : 10 metres South-EastOption 3 : 10 metres WestOption 4 : 10 metres North-East

Ques 270 : Select the right option from the given alternatives
Bhavika and Sunaina start simultaneously towards each other from two places 100 m apart. After walking 30 m. Bhavika turns left and goes 10m, then she turns right and goes 20 m and then turns right again and comes back to the road on which she had started walking. If both Bhavika and Sunaina
walk with the same speed, what is the distance between them at this point of time?
Option 1 : 70 metresOption 2 : 40 metresOption 3 : 10 metresOption 4 : 20 metres

Ques 271 : Select the right option from the given alternatives
A goes on a picnic and meets a woman B who is the sister of A’s wife. How is B related to A?
Option 1 : SisterOption 2 : Sister-in-lawOption 3 : BortherOption 4 : Brother-in-lawOption 5 :

Ques 272 : Select the right option from the given alternatives
How is my mother’s sister’s brother’s wife’s child related to me?
Option 1 : BrotherOption 2 : UncleOption 3 : CousinOption 4 : Nephew

Ques 273 : Select the right option from the given alternatives
How is A’s grandfather’s only son’s only son’s mother’s mother-in-law’s sister-in-law is related to A?
Option 1 : GrandauntOption 2 : AuntOption 3 : GrandmotherOption 4 : Mother

Ques 274 : Select the right option from the given alternatives
A person travels 10 km towards south. He then turns left and travels 2 km and then turns right and travaels 4 km and finally travels 2 km towards the east. What is his position (in horizontal and vertical directions)
with reference to the starting point?
Option 1 : 4 km to the east, 14 km to the southOption 2 : 14 km to the south, 4 km to the eastOption 3 : 18 km to the south, 14 km to the eastOption 4 : 18 km to the south, 8 km to the eastOption 5 :

Ques 275 : Select the right option from the given alternatives
Smitha moved a distance of 85 m towards south, then turned to right and walked for 15 m. She turned right again and walked 60 m. Finally, she turned right at an angle of 45o and continued walking. In which directions was she moving ultimately ?
Option 1 : South-EastOption 2 : North-WestOption 3 : NorthOption 4 : North-EastOption 5 :
Ques 276 : Select the right option from the given alternatives
A watch shows 8.30. If the minute hand points towards east, in what direction will the hour hand point?
Option 1 : South-WestOption 2 : South-EastOption 3 : WestOption 4 : North-WestOption 5 :

Ques 277 : Select the right option from the given alternatives
After walking 6 kms, I turned right and travelled a distance of 2 kms, then turned left and covered a distance of 10 km. In the end I was moving towards the north. Initially, what direction was I moving in?
Option 1 : NorthOption 2 : SouthOption 3 : South-WestOption 4 : North-EastOption 5 :

Ques 278 : Select the right option from the given alternatives
A person travels 12 km in tne southward direction and then travels 5 kms to the right and then travels 15 kms towards the right and finally travels 5 kms towards the east .How far is he from the starting place?
Option 1 : 28.5 kmsOption 2 : 11.5 kmsOption 3 : 3kmsOption 4 : 5kms

Ques 279 : Select the right option from the given alternatives
A watch shows 4.30 .If the minute hand points to east, in what direction will the hour hand point?
Option 1 : North-WestOption 2 : South-EastOption 3 : North-EastOption 4 : North

Ques 280 : Select the right option from the given alternatives
Rohan is walking towards west .He takes three turns while walking,all at an (internal) angle of 45 degree towards right, right and left.What direction is he facing now?
Option 1 : North-EastOption 2 : South-EastOption 3 : EastOption 4 : West

Ques 281 : Select the right option from the given alternatives
Radha is walking towards East.What direction she should not follow if she should walk towards North?
Option 1 : Right, Right, Left, Right, RightOption 2 : Right, Right, Left, Left, LeftOption 3 : Right, Right, RightOption 4 : Right, Left, Right, Left

Ques 282 : Select the right option from the given alternatives
If all directions are changed in the manner that north becomes south and vice-versa, then North-West will be:
Option 1 : South-EastOption 2 : North-EastOption 3 : South-WestOption 4 : None of these

Ques 283 : Select the right option from the given alternatives
Neha crawls 10 ft, turns right and crawls another 10 ft, then turns left two times and crawls 15 ft each time . If she started crawling in the westward direction , towards which direction is she crawling now?
Option 1 : EastOption 2 : SouthOption 3 : NorthOption 4 : West

Ques 284 : Select the right option from the given alternatives
What is my father’s wife’s grandfather’s only child’s son’s daughter to me?
Option 1 : AuntOption 2 : NieceOption 3 : Real sisterOption 4 : Cousin sister

Ques 285 : Select the right option from the given alternatives
A’ is the father of ‘B’ and ‘C’ .’B’ is the son of ‘A’ but ‘C’ is not the son of ‘A’.What is ‘C’s’ relation with ‘A’ ?
Option 1 : DaughterOption 2 : SonOption 3 : NieceOption 4 : Nephew

Ques 286 : Select the right option from the given alternatives
Introducing Leela ,Ram said, “Her father is my mother’s only son”.How is Leela related to Ram ?
Option 1 : AuntOption 2 : DaughterOption 3 : MotherOption 4 : Sister

Ques 287 : Select the right option from the given alternatives
Pointing to a man, a woman said, “He is the only son of my mother’s mother”.How is the woman related to the man?
Option 1 : AuntOption 2 : DaughterOption 3 : NieceOption 4 : Sister

Ques 288 : Select the right option from the given alternatives
If
S – T means ‘S’ is the wife of ‘T’, S + T means ‘S’ is the daughter of
‘T’ and S / T means that ‘S’ is the son of ‘T’.What will M+J/K means`?
Option 1 : K’ is the father of ‘M’Option 2 : M’ is the grand daughterOption 3 : J’ is wife of ‘K’Option 4 : K’ and ‘M’ are brothers
Ques : Which of the options can be inferred from the paragraph given below :
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 
Op 1: Mercury in drinking water is actually perfectly safe 
Op 2: Mercury in drinking water must have sources other than industrial pollution Hobsons disease must have causes other than mercury in drinking water 
Op 3: Both options (1) and (2) 
Op 4: Both options (3) and (2) 

Correct Op: 2

Ques: What is the monthly Salary of my father?
Statements:
a) My father's and my mother's Salary are in the ratio 5:2
b) My mother's salary is 40% of that of my fathers Salary

Op1 : Statement 1 alone is sufficient
Op2 : Statement 2 alone is sufficient
Op3 : Both Statements put together are sufficient
Op4 : Both Statements put together are not sufficient

Correct Op: 3

Ques: Based on the given passage find out which of the following statements can be 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.
Op 1: The institution of marriage forces young men and women to quit smoking and drinking.
Op 2: Those who marry at an older age live a shorter life than who get married at a younger age.
Op 3: People who marry at an older age are well prepared to take up marital roles.
Op 4:Young adults who are not about to marry are more likely to have unhealthy habits than those who are about to marry.

Correct Op: 1



Ques: Based on the given passage find out which of the following statements can be 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 
Op 1: Efficiency can become all pervading 
Op 2: Efficiency does not always pay 
Op 3: Efficiency can be more of a torture than blessing 
Op 4:None of these 

Correct Op: 1

Ques: Based on the given passage find out which of the following statements can be inferred from the passage.
Email overload has oflate 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. It's a shame that we have inculcated a habit of reading mails but not of taking timely actions on the mails.  

Op 1: Employees find reading mails to be more interesting than working. 
Op 2: Replying to each and every mail is not a good habit. 
Op 3: Addiction of reading and replying to every mail may have adverse effect on our performance. 
Op 4: All mails are sent on the premise that timely action be taken on them


Ques : What is Mohan's rank in the class?
Statements:
I) There are thirty students in the class
II) There are six girls who have scored less than Mohan

Op 1: Statement I alone is sufficient in answering the problem question
Op 2: Statement II alone is sufficient in answering the problem question
Op 3: Both statements put together are sufficient in answering the problem question
Op 4: Both the statements even put together are not sufficient in answering the problem question
Op 5: Either of the statement is sufficient in answering the problem question


Correct Op: 4
Correct Op: 4


Ques:  Choose the option that arranges in most meaningful order. The words when put in order should make logical sense
1. Education
2. Promotion
3. Birth
4. Retirement
5. Job

Correct Op: 3, 1, 5, 2, 4


Ques: Arranging the four students P, Q, R and S who is the shortest 
Statements:
R is taller than Q but smaller than P
Q is taller than S.

Op 1 : Statement 1 alone is sufficient 
Op 2 : Statement 2 alone is sufficient
Op 3 : Both Statements put together are sufficient
Op 4 : Both Statements put together are not sufficient

Correct Op: 3


Ques : What is Mohan's rank in the class?
Statements:
I) There are thirty students in the class
II) There are six girls who have scored less than Mohan

Op 1: Statement I alone is sufficient in answering the problem question
Op 2: Statement II alone is sufficient in answering the problem question
Op 3: Both statements put together are sufficient in answering the problem question
Op 4: Both the statements even put together are not sufficient in answering the problem question
Op 5: Either of the statement is sufficient in answering the problem question

Correct Op: 4

Ques: If DELHI is coded as 34178. what is the code for MUMBAI
Op 1: 202801
Op 2: 202108
Op 3: 202018
Op 4: 202081

Correct Op: 2


Ques: Building: Bricks ::Flower:
Op 1: Seed
Op 2: Fruit
Op 3: Honey
Op 4: Petals

Correct Op: 4


Ques: 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

Op 1: 50 yards
Op 2: 40 yards
Op 3: 20 yards
Op 4: 10 yards

Correct Op: 4


Ques: I was facing West I turned 125° in the cIockwse direction and 10° in the anticlockwise direction Which direction am I facing now
Op 1: North-West
Op 2: East
Op 3: North
Op 4: North-East

Correct Op: 4


Ques: Arrange in meaningful order
1 Probation
2 Interview
3 Selection
4 Appointment letter
5 Advertisement
6 Application
Op 1: 5,6,2,3,4,1
Op 2: 5,6,3,2,4,1
Op 3: 5,6,4,2,3,1
Op 4: 6,5,4,3,2,1

Correct Op: 1

Ques: Introducing a woman. a man said. Her husband is the only son of my father How is the woman related to the man? 

Op 1: Sister 
Op 2: Mother-in-law 
Op 3: Daughter 
Op 4: Wife 

Correct Op: 4

Ques: Choose the answer option that arranges the given set of words in the most meaningful 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 

Op 1: 3.4.2,1,5 
Op 2: 3.4.1,2,5 
Op 3: 4.1.3.2,5 
Op 4: 4,3,1,2,5 

Correct Op: 4

Ques: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 solution 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 

Op 1: Statement I alone is sufficient in answering the problem question 
Op 2: Statement II alone is sufficient in answering the problem question 
Op 3: Both statements put together are sufficient in answering the problem question 
Op 4: Both the statements even put together are not sufficient in answering the problem question 
Op 4: Either of the statement is sufficient in answering the problem question 

Correct Op: 4

Ques: 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? 
Op 1: 42 kms north-east 
Op 2: 42 kms east 
Op 3: 6 kms east 
Op 4: 30 kms north-east 

Correct Op: 4


Ques: Choose the answer option that arranges the given set of words in the most meaningful 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 
Op 1: 4.2,3,5,1 
Op 2: 4.2.3.1.5 
Op 3: 4.3.2.5,1 
Op 4: 4.3.2.1,5

Correct Op: 3

Ques: 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 solution to the problem 
Question 
Problem question How many sisters does Mamta have 
Statements 
I) Mamta does not have any brother 
II) Mamta's mother has four daughters 

Op 1: Statement I alone is sufficient in answering the problem question 
Op 2: Statement II alone is sufficient in answering the problem question 
Op 3: Both statements put together are sufficient in answering the problem question 
Op 4: Both the statements even put together are not sufficient in answering the problem question 
Op 5: Either of the statement is sufficient in answering the problem question 

Correct Op: 2


Ques: 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 solution 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 

Op 1: Statement I alone is sufficient in answering the problem question 
Op 2: Statement II alone is sufficient in answering the problem question 
Op 3: Both statements put together are sufficient in answering the problem question 
Op 4: Both the statements even put together are not sufficient in answering the problem question 
Op 5: Either of the statement is sufficient in answering the problem question 

Correct Op: 5

Ques: JUDGE is coded us UJDEG, tune ORDER is coded us
Op 1: RODRE
Op 2: REDRO
Op 3: RODER
Op 4: REDOR

Correct Op: 1

Ques: Introducing a man, a woman said, “HIS wife is the only daughter of my father How is the man related to the woman
Op 1: Husband
Op 2: Uncle
Op 3: Father-in-law
Op 4: Father

Correct Op: 1


Ques: 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
Op 1: 6 kms
Op 2: 20 kms
Op 3: 18 kms
Op 4: 30 kms

Correct Op: 1

Ques: 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

Ques: Arrange in ascending order

1 Cut
2 Buy
3 Cook
4 Select
5 Serve

Op 1: 2.1,34.5
Op 2: 4.2.1.5.3
Op 3: 4.2,1.3.5
Op 4: 5.3.1.2.4

Correct Op: 3

Ques: 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

Op 1: Statement I alone is sufficient in answering the problem question
Op 2: Statement II alone is sufficient in answering the problem question
Op 3: Both statements put together are sufficient in answering the problem question
Op 4: Both the statements even put together are not sufficient in answering the problem question
Op 5: Either of the statement is sufficient in answering the problem question 


Correct Op: 3

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