1. Which
number should come in place of ? in the series?

71, 76, 69, 74,
67,?

A.
77

B.
65

C.
80

D.
76

2. Find
out the wrong term in the following series:

8, 14, 26, 48, 98,
194, 386.

A.
194

B.
98

C.
48

D.
14

3. Which
term of a letter series should come in place of ? in the following series?

ejo,tyd,ins,xch,?

A.
Nrw

B.
Msx

C.
Nsw

D.
Mrw

4. ‘Curie’
is related to ‘radium’ in the same way as ‘vitamins’ is related to:

A.
Funk

B.
Pott

C.
Lisfranc

D.
Geissler

5. ‘Lotus’
is related to ‘Cuticle’ in the same way as ‘Fish’ is related to:

A.
Gills

B.
Scales

C.
Tail

D.
Wings

6. Which
of the following is the same as Sitar, Guitar and Tanpura?

A.
Harmonium

B.
Trumpet

C.
Mridanga

D.
Violin

7. Which
of the following is the same as weevils, borer and beetle?

A.
Termites

B.
Lice

C.
Moth

D.
Ringworms

8. If
CASUAL is coded as GEWYEP, then how will PEOPLE be coded?

A.
SHRSOH

B.
TISTPI

C.
SIRTOI

D.
THSTOI

9. If
POPULAR is coded as QPQVMBS, then which of the following words will be coded as
GBNPVT?

A.
FAMOUS

B.
FRIEND

C.
FOURTH

D.
FRESCO

10. If
ROPE is coded as 6821 and CHAIR is coded as 72456, then which of the following
will be the code for CRAPE?

A.
73456

B.
74265

C.
76142

D.
76421

11. If ‘sand’ is called ‘air’, ‘air’ is called
‘plateau’, ‘plateau’ is called ‘well’, ‘well’ is called ‘island’, ‘island’ is
called ‘sky’, then fro where will a farmer draw water?

A.
Well

B.
Sky

C.
Island

D.
Air

12. A
party consists of grandmother, father, mother, four sons and their wives and
one son and two daughters to each of the sons. How many females are there in
all?

A.
14

B.
16

C.
18

D.
15

13. Neelam,
who is daughter of Deepak, says to Deepika, “Your mother Rekha is the younger
sister of my father who is the third child of Ramlal.” How is Ramlal related to
Deepika?

A.
Father

B.
Grandfather

C.
Uncle

D.
Father-in-law

**Directions (Question Nos. 14 and 15): In each of the following questions four words have been given, out of which three are alike in some manner and the fourth is different. Choose out the odd one.**

14. A)
Mandible B) Rib C) Sternum D)
Pinna

15. A) Blaze B)
Glimmer C) Simmer D) Shimmer

**Direction (Question Nos. 16 to 20): Each of the question nos. 16 to 20 is based on the information given below. Read the following information carefully and answer the questions accordingly:**

Seven students P,
Q, R, S, T, U and V take a series of tests in which no two students get similar
marks. V always scores more than P. P always scores more than Q. Each time
either R scores the highest and T gets the lowest or alternately S scores the
highest and U or Q scores the lowest marks.

16. If
S is ranked sixth and Q is ranked fifth, which one of the following can be

*true?*
A.
V is ranked first or fourth

B.
U is ranked third or fourth

C.
R is ranked second or third

D.
P is ranked second or fifth

17. If
R gets most, V should be ranked not lower than:

A.
Fourth

B.
Second

C.
Fifth

D.
Third

18. If
R is ranked second and Q is ranked fifth, which of the following must be

*true?*
A.
S is
ranked third

B.
P is ranked sixth

C.
T is ranked sixth

D.
V is ranked fourth

19. If
S is ranked second, which of the following can be

*true*?
A.
V gets more than S

B.
P gets more than R

C.
T gets more than Q

D.
U gets more than V

20. If
V is ranked fifth, which of the following must be

*true*?
A.
S scores the highest

B.
R is ranked second

C.
T is ranked third

D.
Q is ranked fourth

**Directions (Questions Nos. 21 to 24): In each questions two statements followed by four conclusions are given. You gave to take the two given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance from the commonly known facts. Read the conclusions and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows the two given statements disregarding commonly known facts:**

**21.**

**Statements:**

Manas is a player.

All the players
are tall.

**Conclusions:**

A.
All tall men are players.

B.
Tall men are not players.

C.
Manas is tall.

D.
Manas is not tall.

**22.**

**Statements:**

All men are
vertebrates.

Some mammals are
vertebrates.

**Conclusions:**

A.
All men are mammals.

B.
Some vertebrates are mammals.

C.
All mammals are men.

D.
All vertebrates are men.

**23.**

**Statements:**

All men are
dishonest.

Some men are
fraudulent.

**Conclusions:**

A.
Either all fraudulent persons are dishonest or
all dishonest are fraudulent.

B.
Generally fraudulent persons are dishonest.

C.
Fraud and dishonest go together.

D.
Some dishonest persons are dishonest.

**24.**

**Statements:**

Some teachers are
not learned – is false.

Which of the
following is false?

**Conclusion:**

A.
All teachers are learned.

B.
Some learned beings are teachers.

C.
Some teachers are learned.

D.
All learned beings are teachers.

25. In
a cricket series India defeated Australia twice, West Indies defeated India
twice, Australia defeated West Indies twice, and India defeated West Indies
twice and New Zealand twice. Which country lost most number of matches?

A.
West Indies

B.
India

C.
Australia

D.
New Zealand

26. In
a group of six women there are three violinists, four dancers, four vocalists
and one actress. Girija and Vanaja are among the violinists, while Jalaja and
Shailja do not know how to play violin. Shailja and Tanuja are among the
dancers. Jalaja, Vanaja, Shailja and Tanuja are all vocalists and two of them
are also violinists. If Pooja is an actress, who among the following is both a
dancer and a violinist?

A.
Jalaja

B.
Shailaja

C.
Tanuja

D.
Pooja

27. Kadambari
is older than Kalyani by 5 years and Kumud is younger than her by the same
number of years. Kamayani is younger than Kalyani by 5 years. If Kadambari was
born in 1915, in which year the youngest sister was born?

A.
1920

B.
1925

C.
1930

D.
1935

28. If
– means *, * means +, + means /, / means -, then what will be the value of
40*12+3-6/60=?

A.
44

B.
4

C.
16

D.
7.95

29. If
+ means /, / means -, - means * and * means -, then 48+16/4-2*8=?

A.
3

B.
6

C.
112

D.
-28

30. If
/ means *, * means +, + means – and – means /, then 3*6-12*1-2/3=?

A.
7/24

B.
21/8

C.
¾

D.
5

31. Amit,
Sumit and Vinit divide an amount of Rs. 2800 amongst themselves in the ration
of 5:6:3 respectively. If the amount of Rs. 200 is added to each of their
shares, what will be the new ratio of their shares?

A.
8:9:6

B.
6:7:4

C.
7:8:5

D.
NOTA

32. Find
the missing number in the given pattern:

B.
17

C.
16

D.
15

33. Total
numbers which are there between 100 and 1000 such that every digit is either 2
or 9 are:

A.
8

B.
14

C.
18

D.
NOTA

34. Supriya’s
monthly income is twice Deepa’s monthly income. The ratio of the monthly income
of Deepa and Sandhya is 7:3 respectively and their average monthly income is
Rs. 25,000. What is Supriya’s monthly income?

A.
Rs 35,000

B.
Rs 50,000

C.
75,000

D.
NOTA

35. In
a race of 600 m A car beats B by 50 m and in a race of 500 m, B car beats C by
60 m. In a race of 400 m, A car will beat C by:

A.
232/3 m

B.
77 m

C.
76 m

D.
77/3 m

36. How
many squares are there in the following figure

A. 11

B. 9

C. 10

D. 16

37. X
can copy 80 pages in 20 hours; X and Y together can copy 135 pages in 27 hours.
In what time can Y copy 20 pages?

A.
12 hours

B.
24 hours

C.
20 hours

D.
3 hours

38. 5
kg of sugar costing Rs. 8 per kg and 3 kg of sugar costing Rs. 6 per kg are
mixed. What will be the average cost of the mixture?

A.
Rs. 8

B.
Rs. 7.25

C.
Rs. 6.25

D.
Rs. 7

39. One
of the angles of a parallelogram is 26°. What is the difference between the
adjacent angles of parallelogram?

A.
138°

B.
144°

C.
128°

D.
NOTA

40. The
ratio of the length and the breadth of a rectangular plot are 7:6. The
perimeter of the plot is 208 meters. What is the area of the rectangular plot?

A.
2696 sq. m

B.
2688 sq. m

C.
2592 sq. m

D.
NOTA

41. Out
of all the integers from 1 t0 100, a number is selected at random. The probability
that the selected number is not divisible by 7 is:

A.
7/100

B.
49/50

C.
7/50

D.
43/50

42. When
the sum and difference of two numbers are 12 and 6 respectively, the ratio of
numbers is given by:

A.
½

B.
1/3

C.
¼

D.
1/5

43. The
mean of 100 observations is 200. If one of the observations is taken as 250
instead of correct observation 50, the correct mean is given by:

A.
200

B.
202

C.
198

D.
199

44. The
Pie-chart shows the spending of a country on a Golf during a particular year:

The percentage
of the total spending is spent on Golf:

A. 12.5
%

B. 22.5
%

C. 25
%

D. 45
%

45. The
ages of two persons are in the ratio 5:7. After 14 years their ages will be in the
ration 7:9. What are their present ages?

A.
35 and 49

B.
40 and 56

C.
25 and 35

D.
45 and 63

1. A
bag contains an equal number of one rupee, 50 paise and 25 paise coins. If the
total value is Rs. 70, how many coins of each type are there?

A.
35

B.
28

C.
30

D.
40

2. A
person divides his property so that his son’s share to his wife’s share and the
wife’s share to his daughter’s share are both in the ratio 3:1. If daughter
gets Rs. 20,000 less than the son, find the total worth of the property.

A.
2,60,000

B.
32,500

C.
37,500

D.
16,250

3. A
software company wants to hire engineers in such a way that 32 of them can
handle Jawa programming, 28 of them can perform C++ programming and 15 of them
can work on both Java and C++ programming. Find the minimum number of engineering
to be hired by the company to cope with the situation.

A.
60

B.
75

C.
45

D.
47

4. If
the sizes of thirteen shirts in cms are: 85, 90, 95, 90, 105, 95, 90, 95, 100,
90, 110, 115, what is the model size?

A.
95

B.
90

C.
100

D.
105

5. If
m and n are whole numbers such that m

^{n }=144, then (m-1)^{n+1 }is equal to:
A.
1331

B.
1312

C.
1024

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