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1.
Directions(Q.1 to Q.5 ):

Rajesh correctly remembers that his friend Sanjay started working after April but before September. Vinod correctly remembers that Sanjay did not have a job before May. Madan correctly remembers that the month Sanjay started working had 30 days. In which month of the year did Sanjay definitely start working?

a

July

b

August

c

September

d

either August or September

e

June

2.

Starting from Point X, Joy walked 15 metres towards the West. He turned left and walked 20 metres. He took another left and walked 15 metres. After which he took a right turn and walked for another 12 metres. How far is Joy from point X if he faces North?

a

27 m

b

35 m

c

32 m

d

42 m

e

None of these

3.

If it is possible to make only one meaningful word from the fourth, sixth, ninth and eleventh letters of the word CONTAMINATE, then the second letter from the left is your answer. If no such word can be formed then your answer is X and if more than one such word can be formed your answer is Y.

a

X

b

T

c

M

d

A

e

Y

4.

How many such pairs of letters are there in the word PRODUCTION each of which has as many letters between them (in both forward and backward directions) in the word, as they have between them in the English alphabetical series?

a

None

b

One

c

Two

d

Three

e

Four

5.

’2’ is subtracted from each odd digit and ’1’ is added to each even digit in the number 7652348.Which of the following will be the sum of the second digit from the right and the third digit from the left of the new number thus formed?

a

10

b

8

c

4

d

6

e

9

6.
Directions(Q.6 to Q.10 ):

In these questions, relationship between different elements is shown in the statements. The statements(s) are followed by two conclusions. Study the conclusions based on the given statement and select the appropriate answer.

Statements :

D = O > N < K

N > X

Conclusions :

I. D > X

II. X = D

a

if only conclusion I follows.

b

if only conclusion II follows.

c

if either conclusion I or conclusion II follows

d

if neither conclusion I nor conclusion II follows.

e

if both conclusions I and II follow.

7.

Statements :

V > E > R

P < E < T

Conclusions :

I. V > T

II. R > P

a

if only conclusion I follows.

b

if only conclusion II follows.

c

if either conclusion I or conclusion II follows

d

if neither conclusion I nor conclusion II follows.

e

if both conclusions I and II follow.

8.

Statements :

H < I = F = E > N

Conclusions :

I. E > H

II. I > N

a

if only conclusion I follows.

b

if only conclusion II follows.

c

if either conclusion I or conclusion II follows

d

if neither conclusion I nor conclusion II follows.

e

if both conclusions I and II follow.

9.

Statements :

M < A < N < L = Y

Conclusions :

I. Y > A

II. M < L

a

if only conclusion I follows.

b

if only conclusion II follows.

c

if either conclusion I or conclusion II follows

d

if neither conclusion I nor conclusion II follows.

e

if both conclusions I and II follow.

10.

Statements :

R > W > S < U

S > C

Conclusions :

I. R > C

II. C > U

a

if only conclusion I follows.

b

if only conclusion II follows.

c

if either conclusion I or conclusion II follows

d

if neither conclusion I nor conclusion II follows.

e

if both conclusions I and II follow.

11.
Directions(Q.11 to Q.15 ):

Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below:

A, B, C, D, P, Q, R and S are sitting around a circle facing the centre. P is third to the left of A and R is second to the right of A. Q is not an immediate neighbour of either P or R. C sits third to the right of S and S sits exactly between C and R.

Who sits between P and S ?

a

D

b

R

c

Q

d

A

e

C

12.

How many persons sit between A and P when counted in anticlockwise direction from A ?

a

One

b

Two

c

Three

d

Four

e

Five

13.

Who is sitting to the immediate right of A ?

a

Q

b

R

c

D

d

B

e

None of these

14.

Four of the following five are similar in a certain way based on their positions in the seating arrangement and so form a group. Which of the following does not belong to that group?

a

QD

b

CS

c

AB

d

SR

e

PC

15.

What is. S’s position with respect to D ?

a

Third to the left

b

Third to the right

c

Second to the left

d

Immediate right

e

Fourth to the right

16.
Directions(Q.16 to Q.20 ):

Study the following arrangement carefully and answer the questions given below

2 4 8 5 6 $eta$1 3 @ 6 4 5 2 # 9 7 1 @ 3 $euro$

Which of the following digit/ symbol is second to the right of the tenth from the left end ?

a

@

b

4

c

3

d

5

e

2

17.

How many pairs of numbers are there in the series highlighted in bold in the above arrangement each of which has as many numbers between them (in both forward and backward directions) as they have between them in the numerical series?

a

One

b

Two

c

Three

d

Four

e

Five

18.

How many symbols are there in the above arrangement, each of which is immediately followed by a perfect square? (one is also a perfect square)

a

One

b

Two

c

Three

d

Four

e

Five

19.

If all the symbols are dropped from the above arrangement, which of the following will be the twelfth from the right end of the above arrangement ?

a

2

b

5

c

3

d

7

e

None of these

20.
Directions(Q.21 to Q.25 ):

In each question below are three statements followed by two conclusions numbered I and II. You have to take the three given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance from commonly known facts and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows from the three statements disregarding commonly known facts and Give answer.

Statements :

Some black are blue.

No blue are white.

Some white which are black are grey.

Conclusions :

I. Some grey are blue.

II. Some white are not black.

a

if only conclusion I follows.

b

if only conclusion II follows.

c

if either conclusion I or conclusion II follows.

d

if neither conclusion I nor conclusion II follows.

e

if both conclusions I and II follow

21.

Statements :

All villages are cities.

All cities are countries.

All countries are towns.

Conclusions :

I. All towns are villages.

II. Some cities are not towns.

a

if only conclusion I follows.

b

if only conclusion II follows.

c

if either conclusion I or conclusion II follows.

d

if neither conclusion I nor conclusion II follows.

e

if both conclusions I and II follow

22.

Statements :

Some books are poetry.

All poetry is philosophy.

Some philosophy is psychology.

Conclusions :

I. Some books are philosophy.

II. Some psychology is not philosophy.

a

if only conclusion I follows.

b

if only conclusion II follows.

c

if either conclusion I or conclusion II follows.

d

if neither conclusion I nor conclusion II follows.

e

if both conclusions I and II follow

23.

Statements :

All children are students.

Conclusions :

I. Some students are workers.

a

if only conclusion I follows.

b

if only conclusion II follows.

c

if either conclusion I or conclusion II follows.

d

if neither conclusion I nor conclusion II follows.

e

if both conclusions I and II follow

24.

Statements :

Some actors are dancers.

All dancers are musicians.

No musicians are painters.

Conclusions :

I. Some painters are actors.

II. No painters are dancers.

a

if only conclusion I follows.

b

if only conclusion II follows.

c

if either conclusion I or conclusion II follows.

d

if neither conclusion I nor conclusion II follows.

e

if both conclusions I and II follow

25.
Directions(Q.26 to Q.30 ):

The following questions are based on the five three digit numbers given below:

374 659 821 945 247

If 1 is subtracted from the last digit of each of the numbers, how many numbers thus formed will be divisible by two ?

a

None

b

One

c

Two

d

Three

e

Four

26.

If in each number, the first and the second digits are interchanged, which of the following will be the third lowest number?

a

374

b

659

c

821

d

945

e

247

27.

If in each number, all the three digits are arranged in ascending order within the number, which of the following will be the second highest number ?

a

374

b

659

c

821

d

945

e

247

28.

If one is subtracted from the last digit of each of the numbers, in how many numbers thus formed will the last digit be a perfect square ? (one is also a perfect square)

a

None

b

One

c

Two

d

Three

e

Four

29.

If in each number, 2 is added to the middle digit and then the first 2 digits are interchanged, which number will be the largest ?

a

659

b

945

c

374

d

247

e

821

30.
Directions(Q.31 to Q.35 ):

Study the information carefully and answer the given questions :

A, D, E, F, H, J and K are sitting in a straight line facing north (not necessarily in the same order).

(a) D sits fourth to the right of A.

(b) E is on the extreme left end of the line. There are five persons between E and K.

(c) J sits third to the left of K. F is not an immediate neighbour of D.

Which of the following represents the person sitting exactly in the middle of the line ?

a

J

b

F

c

H

d

A

e

None of these

31.

How many persons sit between A and H ?

a

One

b

Two

c

Three

d

Four

e

More than four

32.

Four of the following five are alike in a certain way based on their seating positions in the above arrangement and so form a group. Which pair does not belong to that group ?

a

AF

b

JH

c

EA

d

DK

e

FH

33.

What is the position of F with respect to H ?

a

Second to the right

b

Immediate to the right

c

Immediate of the left

d

Third to the right

e

Second to the left

34.

If the seating arrangement (from left to right) is taken as English alphabets, how many such pairs of letters are there in the arrangement each of which has as many letters between them (in both forward and backward directions) in the arrangement, as they have between them in the English alphabetical series ?

a

None

b

One

c

Two

d

Three

e

More than three

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