Model Test Paper 1 (FOR SSC/BANK PO)

Directions (1-9): In each of the following questions select the related letters/words/number from the given alternatives:

1. CFIL: ORUX :: DGJM : ?


BEHK : YVSP:: DGJM:?


24: 60 :: 120 : ?


392: 28 :: 722: ?


123 : 36: : 221: ?


Timid: Ass :: Cunning:?


Ecstasy : Gloom : : ?


Architect: Building:: Sculptor: ?


MKQO: LNPR:: ?: XVTZ


In each of the following questions, find the odd number/letters/word from the given alternatives:


In each of the following questions, find the odd number/letters/word from the given alternatives:


In each of the following questions, find the odd number/letters/word from the given alternatives:


In each of the following questions, find the odd number/letters/word from the given alternatives:


In each of the following questions, find the odd number/letters/word from the given alternatives:


In each of the following questions, find the odd number/letters/word from the given alternatives:


Directions : In the following question from among the given alternatives select the one in which the set of numbers is most like the set of numbers set of numbers given in the questions.

Given set: (4,25,81)


In the following question, number of letters are skipped in between by a particular rule. Which of the following series observes the rule?


Directions : In the following question, which one of the given responses would be a meaningful order of the following?

1. Ocean

2. Rivulet

3. Sea

4. Glacier

5. River


Directions : Arrange the following words as per order in the dictionary

1. Preposition

2. Preparatively

3. Preposterous

4. Preponderate

5. Prepossess


Which one set of letters when sequentially placed at the gaps in the. given letter series shall complete it?

ac__cab__baca__aba__aca__


In each of the following questions, a series is given, with one/two term(s) missing. Choose the correct alternative from the given ones that will complete the series.

_______, DREQ, GUHT, JXKW


In each of the following questions, a series is given, with one/two term(s) missing. Choose the correct alternative from the given ones that will complete the series.

56,90,132,184,248, ___?


In each of the following questions, a series is given, with one/two term(s) missing. Choose the correct alternative from the given ones that will complete the series.

0,4,8,24,64,176, ___?


In each of the following questions, a series is given, with one/two term(s) missing. Choose the correct alternative from the given ones that will complete the series.

WTPMIFB____?


Mrs. Susheela celebrated her wedding anniversary on Tuesday, 30 September 1997. When will she celebrate her next wedding anniversary on the same day?


A clock gains five minutes every hour, the angle traversed by the second hand in one minute will be which one of the following:


B is twice as old as A but twice younger than F. C is half the age of A but is twice older than D. Who is the second oldest?


A two member committee comprising of one male and one female member is to be constituted out of five males and three females. Amongst the females, Ms. A refuses to be a member of the committee in which Mr. B is taken as the member. In how many, different ways can the committee be constituted ?


Find the wrong number in the series. 6,12,21,32,45,60


Ramesh ranks 13th in a class of 33 students. There are 5 students below Suresh rank wise. How many students are there between Ramesh and Suresh?


Naresh’s age is 4 years less than twice the age of his brother. Which of the following represents the equation to find his age?


Suresh’s sister is the wife of Ram. Ram is Rani’s brother. Ram’s father is Madhur. Sheetal is Ram’s grandmother. Reema is Sheetal’s daughter-in-law. Rohit is Rani’s brother’s son. Who is Rohit to Suresh?


In a survey, 70% of these surveyed owned a car and 75% of those surveyed owned a TV. If 55% owned both a car and a TV, what percent of those surveyed did not own either a car or a TV?


If DANCE is coded as GXQZH then how will RIGHT be coded?


If LOSE is coded as 1357 and GAIN is coded as 2468, what do the figures 84615 stand for?


A statement is given followed by four alternative arguments. Select the alternative which is most appropriate.

Statement: Is it necessary that education should be job oriented?

Arguments:

I. Yes, the aim of education is to prepare persons for earning.

II. Yes, educated person should stand on his own feet after completion of education

III. No, education should be for sake of knowledge only.

IV. No, one may take up agriculture where education is not necessary.


A man started walking West. He turned right, then right again and finally turned left. Towards which direction was he walking now?


Sudha travels 8 km to the South. Then she turns to the right and walks 4 km. Then again she turns to her right and moves 8 km forward. How many km away is she from the starting point?


From the given alternative words, select the word which cannot be formed using the letters of the given word: ‘COMPREHENSION’


From the given alternative words, select the word which can be formed using the letters of the given word: ‘MULTIPLICATION’


Fiscal consolidation roadmap targets fiscal deficit at 3% by which Financial year?


Which was described by B. R. Ambedkar as ‘heart and soul’ of Indian Constitution?

(1) Right to Equality

(2) Right against Exploitation

(3) Right to Constitutional Remedies

(4) Right to Freedom


Which is not the concern of the local government?

(1) Public Health

(2) Sanitation

(3) Law and Order

(4) Public Utility Service


In India, the concept-of single citizenship is adopted from

(1) England

(2) U.S.A.

(3) Canada

(4) France


Who had proposed partyless democracy in India?

(1) Jaya Prakash Narayan

(2) Mahatma Gandhi

(3) Vinoda Bhave

(4) S.A. Dange


Disinvestment in Public Sector is called

(1) Liberalisation

(2) Globalisation

(3) Industrialisation

(4) Privatization


Darwin finches refers to a group of

(1) Fishes

(2) Lizards

(3) Birds

(4) Amphibians


An individual’s actual standard of living can be assessed by

(1) Gross National Income

(2) Net National Income

(3) Per Capita Income

(4) Disposable Personal Income


Which of the following is true as per Economic survey, tabled in the parliament?

1. As per 12th Five Year Plan approach paper, Indias travel and tourism sector is estimated to create 78 jobs per million rupees of investment compared to 45 jobs per million rupees in the manufacturing sector

2. As per Tourism Satellite Account (TSA) data 2009-10 the contribution of tourism to Indias GDP was 6.8 per cent (3.7 per cent direct and 3.1 per cent indirect) and its contribution to total employment generation was 10.2 percent

3. At present Indian Tourism has a paltry share of 0.64 per cent in world tourist arrivals.

4. All the above


Which Sikh Guru called himself the ‘Sacha Badshah’?

(1) Guru Gobind Singh

(2) Guru Hargovind

(3) Guru Tegh Bahadur

(4) Guru Arjan Dev


The Civil Disobedience Movement was launched by Mahatma Gandhi in

(1) 1928

(2) 1930

(3) 1931

(4) 1922


What is the maximum strength prescribed for State Legislative Assemblies?

(1) 350

(2) 600

(3) 500

(4) 750


Fa-hien visited India during the reign of

(1) Chandrahupta II

(2) Samudragupta

(3) Ramagupta

(4) Kumaragupta


At which place in Bengal was the East India Company given permission to trade and build a factory by the Mughals in 1651?

(1) Calcutta

(2) Cassim Bazar

(3) Singpur

(4) Burdwan


Diu is an island off

(1) Daman

(2) Goa

(3) Gujarat

(4) Maharashtra


Which from the following is a land-locked sea?

(1) Red Sea

(2) Timor Sea

(3) North Sea

(4) Arab Sea


Shivasamudram Falls is found in the course of river

(1) Krishna

(2) Godavari

(3) Cauvery

(4) Mahanadi


Who gave the slogan “Inquilab Zindabad”?

(1) Chandrashekhar Azad

(2) Subhash Chandra Bose

(3) Bhagat Singh

(4) Iqbal


The position of India Railways network the world is

(1) second

(2) third

(3) fourth

(4) fifth


The oldest international airline is

(1) Dutch KLM

(2) Air Canada

(3) Qantas Railways

(4) Air Sahara


Which of the following can be used to absorb Neutrons to control the chain reaction during nuclear fission?

(1) Boron

(2) Heavy water

(3) Uranium

(4) Plutonium


Hydrogen bomb is based on the principle of

(1) controlled fission reaction

(2) uncontrolled fission reaction

(3) controlled fusion reaction

(4) uncontrolled fusion reaction


Troposphere is the hottest part of the atmosphere because

(1) it is closest to the Sun

(2) there are charged particles in it

(3) it is heated by the Earth’s surface

(4) heat is generated in it


The outermost layer of the Sun is called

(1) Chromosphere

(2) Photosphere

(3) Corona

(4) Lithosphere


Which of the following is true about recent General Budget 2013-14?

1. The total expenditure for 2013-14 is the Rs 16, 65, 297

2. The plan expenditure is the Rs 5, 55, 322 crore

3. Non-plan expenditure Rs 11, 09, 975crore

4. All the above


The dried flower buds are used as a sprit

(1) Cardamom

(2) Cinnamon

(3) Cloves

(4) Saffron


The tissue in man where no cell division occurs after birth is

(1) skeletal

(2) nerves

(3) connective

(4) germinal


DNA fingerprinting is used to identify the

(1) Parents

(2) Rapist

(3) Thieves

(4) All the above


The normal cholesterol level in human body is

(1) 80-120 mg%

(2) 120-140mg%

(3) 140-180mg%

(4) 180-200mg%


Which of the following are warm-blood animals?

(1)Whales

(2) Whale sharks

(3) Alytes

(4) Draco


Syrinx is the voice box in

(1) Amphibians

(2) Reptiles

(3) Birds

(4) Mammals


The largest ecosystem of the Earth is

(1) Biome

(2) Hydrosphere

(3) Lithosphere

(4) Biosphere


All of the following arc correct about the food chain EXCEPT

(A) bacttria and fungi act as decomposers that recycle nutrients

(B) producers are always at the bottom of any food chain

(C) energy is lost at each trophic level

(D) food chains never have more than 4 ot 5 trophic levels

(E) pcstitidcs tend to be concentrated at the producer level because producers have die largest mass in a food chain


Supersonic jet causes pollution by thinning of

(1) O3 layer

(2) O2 layer

(3) SO2 layer

(4) CO2 layer


Large amounts of solar energy is stored in oceans and seas The process of harnessing This energy is called

(a) Ocean thermal conversion (OTC)

(b) Ocean and sea thermal energy conversion (OSTEC)

(c) Sea thermal energy conversion (STEC)

(d) Ocean thermal energy conversion (OTEC)


Which of the following is true?

1 Steep increase in input costs have been met with hike in Freight rates

2. Indian Railways is aware of the problems of the IRCTC website, and will create a next generation e-ticketing system by end of this year.

3. Aadhar can be helpful for Railways in many respects from booking tickets to tracking pension of rail employees.

4. All the above


The monster earthquake-cum- tsunami which hit Japan on March II, 2011 has moved the country’s main island, Honshu, by about eight feet.The amount of ground displacement in a earthquake is called the _________ .


What is the commonly used unit for measuring the speed of data transmission?

(1) Mega Hertz

(2) Characters per second

(3) Bits per second

(4) Nano seconds


Which of the following describes what occurs in the fission process?

(a) A heavy nucleus is fragmented into lighter ones.

(b) A neutron is split into a neutron and proton.

(c) Two light nuclei are combined into a heavier one.

(d) A proton is split into three quarks.

(e) A particle and anti-particle appear in an area of high energy density.


Which type of glass is used for making glass reinforced plastic?

(1) Pyrexglass

(2) Flint glass

(3) Quartz glass

(4) Fibre glass


. Which disease, named after a Japanese city where it was first observed, is caused by severe Mercury poisoning ?

(A) Argyria

(B) Minamata

(C) Itai-itai

(D) Devon colic


Glycol is added to aviation gasoline because it

(1) reduces evaporation of petrol

(2) increases efficiency of petrol

(3) prevents freezing of petrol

(4) reduces consumption of petrol


Name the famous German physician who propounded the theory that "like cures like"?

a.Frank Mores

b. Karl Landsteiner

c.Samuel Hahnermann

d.None of above


Standard cricket bats are made of—

(A) Pine wood

(B) Rose wood

(C) Teak wood

(D) Willow wood


Who won Nobel Prize 2012 for Literature?

a) Mo Yan

b) Romain Rolland

c) Herta Mueller

d) Joanne Kathleen Rowling


Who won Nobel Prize 2012 for Peace?

a) Shimon Peres

b) Nelson Mandela

c) Shirin Ebadi

d) European Union


As a part of Human Resource Development Ministry’s ’brain gain’ policy to attract global talent, 14 world class universities to attract global talents are proposed to be set up in various states. Name the state from the following where no university of die aforesaid type is proposed to be located

(1) Punjab

(2) Bihar

(3) Rajasthan

(4) Uttaranchal


Who discovered South Pole?

(1) Robert Peary

(2) Amundsen

(3) John Cabot

(4) Tasman


Which of the following folk dances is associated with Rajasthan?

(1) Rauf

(2) Jhora

(3) Veedhi

(4) Suisini


Which of the following books is authored by V.S. Naipaul?

(1) The Rediscovery of India

(2) A house for Mr. Biswas

(3) Witness the Night

(4) Tender Hooks




I multiplied a natural number by 18 and other by 21and added the products. Which one of the following could be the sum?


The product of two numbers is 45 and their difference is 4. The sum of squares of the two numbers is



The square root of 14 + 6v5 is


When (2)^31 is divided by 5, the remainder is



The unit digit in the product (122)^173 is



If a * b = 2a + 3b - ab, then the value of (3 * 5 + 5 * 3) is



A copper wire is bent form of an equilateral triangle and has area 121v3 cm2. If the same wire is bait into the form of a circle, the area (in cm2) enclosed by the wire is (Take p = 22/7)


A child reshapes a cone made up of clay of height 24 cm and radius 6cm into a sphere. The radius (in cm) of the sphere is


Water flows into a tank which is 200m long and 150m wide, through a pipe of cross section 0.3m x 0.2m at 20 km/hour. Then the time (in hours) for the water level in the tank to reach 8m is


The product of two numbers is 2028 and their H.C.F. is 13. The number of such pairs is


Two equal vessels are filled with the mixtures of water and milk in the ratio of 3:4 and 5:3 respectively. If the mixtures are poured into a third vessel, the ratio of water and milk in the third vessel will be


I am three times as old as son, 15 years hence, I will be twice as old as my son. The sum of our ages is


Three bells ring simultaneously at 11 am. They ring at regular intervals of 20 minutes, 30 minutes, 40 minutes respectively. The time when all the three ring together next is


A and B together can do a work in 12 days. B and C together do it in 15 days. If A’s efficiency is twice that of C, then the days required for B alone to finish the work is


A and B can do a work in 12 days, B and C can do the same work in 15 days, C and A can do the same work in 20 days. The time taken by A, B and C to do the same work is


A is 50% as efficient as B, C does half of the work done by A and B together. If C alone does the work in 20 days, then A, B and C together can do the work in


The ratio of the volumes of water aid glycerine in 240cc of a mixture is 1:3. The quantity of water (in cc) that should be added to the mixture so that the new ratio of the volumes of water and glycerine becomes 2:3 is


At present, the ratio of the ages of Maya and Chhaya is 6:5 and fifteen years from now, the ratio will get changed to 9:8 Maya’s present age is


The ratio of the income to the expenditure of a family is 10:7. If the family’s expenses are Rs. 10,500, then savings of the family is


The average mathematics marks of two Sections A and B of Class IX in the annual examination is 74. The average marks of Section A is 77.5 and that of Section B is 70. The ratio of the number of students of Section A and B is

(1) 7:8

(2) 7:5

(3) 8:7

(4) 8:5


The average weight of a group of 20 boys was calculated to be 89.4 kg and it was later discovered that one weight was misread as 78 kg instead of 87 kg. The correct average weight is

(1) 88.95 kg

(2) 89.25 kg

(3) 89.55 kg

(4) 89.85 kg


The diameter of a wheel is 98 cm. The number of revolution in which it will have to cover a distance of 1540 m is

(1) 500

(2) 600

(3) 700

(4) 800


In an equilateral triangle ABC of side 10cm, the side BC is trisected at D. Then the length (in cm) of AD is

(1) 3v7

(2) 7v3

(3) (10v7)/3

(4) (7v1O)/3


The cost price of an article is Rs. 800. After allowing a discount of 10%, a gain of 12.5% was made. Then the marked price of the article is

(1) Rs. 1000

(2) Rs. 1100

(3) Rs. 1200

(4) Rs. 1300


A man bought an article listed at Rs. 1500 with a discount of 20% offered on the list price. What additional discount must be offered to the man to bring the net price to Rs. 1104 ?

(1) 8%

(2) 10%

(3) 12%

(4) 15%



The floor of a room is of size 4 m x 3m and its height is 3m. The walls and ceiling of the room require painting. The area to be painted is

(1) 66m2

(2) 54 m2

(3) 43m2

(4) 33m2


When the price of an article was reduced by 20% its sale increased by 80%. What was the net effect on the sale?

(1) 44% increase

(2) 44% decrease

(3) 66% increase

(4) 75% increase


The price of sugar goes up by 20%. If a housewife wants the expenses on sugar to remain the same, then she should reduce the consumption by

(1) 15 1/5 %

(2) 16 2/3 %

(3) 20%

(4) 25%


In a factory 60% of the workers are above 30 years and of these 75% are males and the rest are females. If there are 1350 male workers above 30 years, the total number of workers in the factory

(1) 3000

(2) 2000

(3) 1800

(4) 1500


Walking at ¾ of his usual speed, a man is 1.5 hours late. His usual time to cover the same distance in hours, is

(1) 4.5

(2) 4

(3) 5.5

(4) 5


. The selling price of 10 oranges is die cost price of 13 oranges. The profit percentage is

(1) 30%

(2) 10%

(3) 13%

(4) 3%


The marked price of a radio is Rs. 480. The shopkeeper allows a discount of 10% and gains 8%. If no discount is allowed, his gain percent would be

(1) 18%

(2) 18.5%

(3) 20.5%

(4) 20%


A man sold 20 apples for Rs. 100 and gained 20%. How many apples did he buy for Rs. 100?

(1) 20

(2) 22

(3) 24

(4) 25


A rectangular sheet of metal is 40 cm by 15cm. Equal squares of side 4cm are cut off at the comers and the remainder is folded up to form an open rectangular box. The volume of the box is

(1) 896 cm2

(2) 986cm2

(3) 600cm3

(4) 916cm3


If 78 is divided into three parts which are in the ratio 1:1/3: 1/6, the middle part is:

(1) 9 1/3

(2) 13

(3) 17 1/3

(4) 18 1/3


The simple interest on a sum of money is 1/9 of the principal and the number of years is equal to rate per cent per annum. The rate per annum is

(1) 3%

(2) 1/3 %

(3) 3 1/3 %

(4) 3 /10 %


The difference between simple interest and compound interest of a certain sum of money at 20% per annum for 2 years is Rs. 48. Then the sum is

(1) Rs. 1000

(2) Rs. 1200

(3) Rs. 1500

(4) Rs. 2000


Shri X goes to his office by scooter at a speed of 30 km/h and reaches 6 minutes earlier. If he goes at a speed of 24 km/h, he reaches 5 minutes late. The distance of his office is

(1) 20 km

(2) 21km

(3) 22 km

(4) 24 km


A sum of money becomes eight times in 3 years, if the rate is compounded annually. In how much time will the same amount at the same compound rate become sixteen times ?

(1) 6 years

(2) 4 years

(3) 8 years

(4) 5 years


Directions (147-150) : The pie chart given below shows the spending of a family on various heads during a month. Study the graph and answer the questions 147 to 150.

If the total income of the family is Rs. 25,000, then the amount spent of Rent and Food together is

(A) Rs. 17,250

(B) Rs. 14,750

(C) Rs. 11,250

(D) Rs. 8,500


What is the ratio of the expenses of Education to the expenses on Food?

(A) 1 : 3

(B) 3 : 1

(C) 3 : 5

(D) 5 : 3


Expenditure of Rent is what percent of expenditure of Fuel?

(A) 135%

(B) 156%

(C) 167%

(D) 172%


Which three expenditures together have a central angle of 108°?

(A) Fuel, Clothing and Others

(B) Fuel, Education and Others

(C) Clothing, Rent and Others

(D) Education, Rent and Others


In each of the following questions, some of the sentences have errors and some are correct. Find out which part of a sentence has an error. The number of that part is your answer. If a sentence is free from errors, then your answer is (4) i.e. No error.

A senior doctor (1)/ expressed concern (2) / about physicians recommended the vaccine. (3) / No error (4)


We have discussing (1) / all the known mechanism (2) / of physical growth, (3) / No error. (4)


Children enjoy listening to (1) / ghosts stories (2) / especially on Halloween night. (3)/No error. (4)


I (1)/ have (2) / many works to do. (3) / No error. (4)


There are so many filths (1) / all around (2)/ the place. (3) / No error. (4)


In the following questions, sentences are given with blanks to be filled in with an appropriate word. Four alternatives are suggested for each question. Choose the correct alternative out of the four.

The building is not safe and must be __________ down?

(1) pull

(2) pulling

(3) pulled

(4) pulls


There is something wonderful ________ him?

(1) of

(2) about

(3) for

(4) inside


The song in the play cannot be deleted as it is ___________ to the story?

(1) intervened

(2) innate

(3) exacting

(4) integral


She remained a __________ all her life?

(1) spinster

(2) bachelor

(3) unmarried

(4) single


Do not stay in the grasslands after dark, as some animals become _______ when they see humans.

(1) provoked

(2) alerted

(3) aggressive

(4) threatened


In the following questions, out of the four alternatives, choose the one which best expresses the meaning of the given word.

LUCIDITY

(1) Fluidity

(2) Politeness

(3) Clarity

(4) Fluency


INDICT

(1) Implicate

(2) Elude

(3) Charge

(4) Manifest


APPRAISE

(1) Accuse

(2) Praise

(3) Appreciate

(4) Judge


DELUGE

(1) Confusion

(2) Deception

(3) Flood

(4) Weapon


PREPONDERANCE

(1) Pre-eminence

(2) Dominance

(3) Domineering

(4) Preoccupation


Directions : In the following questions, out of the four alternatives, choose the one opposite in meaning to the word.

INVINCIBLE

(1) Small

(2) Invisible

(3) Vulnerable

(4) Reachable


Directions : In the following questions, out of the four alternatives, choose the one opposite in meaning to the word.

INOFFENSIVE

(1) Sensitive

(2) Organic

(3) Sensible

(4) Rude


DIVULGE

(1) Conceal

(2) Disguise

(3) Oppress

(4) Reveal


DISCORD

(1) Harmony

(2) Serenity

(3) Acceptance

(4) Placidity


MAMMOTH

(1) Quiet

(2) Significant

(3) Huge

(4) Small


Directions : In the following four alternatives are given for the meaning of the given Idiom/Phrase. Choose the alternative which best expresses the meaning of the Idiom/Phrase.

To take to heart

(1) to be encouraged

(2) to grieve over

(3) to like

(4) to hate


Yeoman’s service

(1) medical help

(2) excellent work

(3) social work

(4) hard work


To face the music

(1) to enjoy a musical recital

(2) to bear the consequences

(3) to live in a pleasant atmosphere

(4) to have a difficult time


To put up with

(1) to accommodate

(2) to adjust

(3) to understand

(4) to tolerate


To call it a day

(1) To conclude proceedings

(2) to initiate proceedings

(3) to work through the day

(4) None of the above


Directions In the following, a sentence or bold part thereof is given which may need improvement. Alternatives are given at (1), (2) and (3) below, which may be a better option. In case no improvement is needed, your answer is (4)

The man whom I thought was thoroughly honest proved to be a swindler

(1) The man whom I thought was thoroughly honest proved a swindler.

(2) The man who I thought was thoroughly honest proved to be a swindler.

(3) The man to whom I thought was thoroughly honest proved to be a swindler.

(4) No improvement.


No sooner had the dividend been declared,than the notices were sent for mailing.

(1) The company had hardly declared the dividend till the notices were sent for mailing.

(2) They had no sooner declared the dividend then the notices were sent out.

(3) Hardly had the dividend been declared than the notices were sent out.

(4) No improvement.


Riding upon his horse, the tiger jumped at him.

(1) Riding upon the tiger, the horse jumped at him.

(2) The tiger jumped at him, while he was riding upon his horse.

(3) The tiger rode at him while he was jumping upon his horse.

(4) No improvement.


I in black and white must have your terms down.

(1) I must have in black and white your terms down.

(2) I must have your terms in black and white down.

(3) I must have your terms down in black and white.

(4) No improvement.


When we came out of the restaurant, it was half past eleven.

(1) When we had come out of the restaurant

(2) After we came out of the restaurant

(3) When we have come out of the restaurant.

(4) No improvement


Directions (next 5 questions ) : In the following questions, out of the four alternatives, choose the one which can be substituted for the given words/sentence.

Code of diplomatic etiquette and precedence

(1) Statesmanship

(2) Diplomacy

(3) Hierarchy

(4) Protocol


To renounce a high position of authority and control

(1) Abduct

(2) Abandon

(3) Abort

(4) Abdicate


Not to be moved by entreaty

(1) Rigorous

(2) Negligent

(3) Inexorable

(4) Despotic


An object or portion serving as a sample

(1) Specification

(2) Spectre

(3) Spectacle

(4) Specimen


The practice of submitting a proposal to popular vote

(1) Election

(2) Reference

(3) Popularity

(4) Referendum


Directions : In the following questions, groups of four words are given. In each group, one word is correctly spelt. Find the correctly spelt word;

(1) Mandataiy

(2) Circulatary

(3) Temporary

(4) Regulatary


(1) Convinience

(2) Initiateive

(3) Concesional

(4) Exaggerate


(1) Diologue

(2) Giraff

(3) Scissors

(4) Humourous


(1)Asiduous

(2) Nefarious

(3) Macaber

(4) Loqacious


(1) Cortege

(2) Damege

(3) Milege

(4) Plumege


Directions (191 - 200) : In the following passage some of the words have been left out. First read the passage over and try to understand what it is about. Then fill in the blanks with the help of the alternatives given.

PASSAGE

Science means Knowledge, but not all knowledge is science. I know from my own eyesight that our dog Chippy likes papaya. I know from a book that Akbar was the (191) of Babar, and (192) in 1605; and I know (193) the radio that India did not do well in the (194) Test matches. We can call these (195) of knowledge (196) but they are not science.

Science (197) with facts, but not with facts which have (198) to do with each other, like the facts about our dog, cricket and the Mughal ruler; those facts are not related (199), and so have nothing (200) with science. Science starts with observation.

191


PASSAGE

Science means Knowledge, but not all knowledge is science. I know from my own eyesight that our dog Chippy likes papaya. I know from a book that Akbar was the (191) of Babar, and (192) in 1605; and I know (193) the radio that India did not do well in the (194) Test matches. We can call these (195) of knowledge (196) but they are not science.

Science (197) with facts, but not with facts which have (198) to do with each other, like the facts about our dog, cricket and the Mughal ruler; those facts are not related (199), and so have nothing (200) with science. Science starts with observation.

192-


PASSAGE

Science means Knowledge, but not all knowledge is science. I know from my own eyesight that our dog Chippy likes papaya. I know from a book that Akbar was the (191) of Babar, and (192) in 1605; and I know (193) the radio that India did not do well in the (194) Test matches. We can call these (195) of knowledge (196) but they are not science.

Science (197) with facts, but not with facts which have (198) to do with each other, like the facts about our dog, cricket and the Mughal ruler; those facts are not related (199), and so have nothing (200) with science. Science starts with observation.

193


PASSAGE

Science means Knowledge, but not all knowledge is science. I know from my own eyesight that our dog Chippy likes papaya. I know from a book that Akbar was the (191) of Babar, and (192) in 1605; and I know (193) the radio that India did not do well in the (194) Test matches. We can call these (195) of knowledge (196) but they are not science.

Science (197) with facts, but not with facts which have (198) to do with each other, like the facts about our dog, cricket and the Mughal ruler; those facts are not related (199), and so have nothing (200) with science. Science starts with observation.

194-


PASSAGE

Science means Knowledge, but not all knowledge is science. I know from my own eyesight that our dog Chippy likes papaya. I know from a book that Akbar was the (191) of Babar, and (192) in 1605; and I know (193) the radio that India did not do well in the (194) Test matches. We can call these (195) of knowledge (196) but they are not science.

Science (197) with facts, but not with facts which have (198) to do with each other, like the facts about our dog, cricket and the Mughal ruler; those facts are not related (199), and so have nothing (200) with science. Science starts with observation.

195-


Science means Knowledge, but not all knowledge is science. I know from my own eyesight that our dog Chippy likes papaya. I know from a book that Akbar was the (191) of Babar, and (192) in 1605; and I know (193) the radio that India did not do well in the (194) Test matches. We can call these (195) of knowledge (196) but they are not science.

Science (197) with facts, but not with facts which have (198) to do with each other, like the facts about our dog, cricket and the Mughal ruler; those facts are not related (199), and so have nothing (200) with science. Science starts with observation.

196-


Science means Knowledge, but not all knowledge is science. I know from my own eyesight that our dog Chippy likes papaya. I know from a book that Akbar was the (191) of Babar, and (192) in 1605; and I know (193) the radio that India did not do well in the (194) Test matches. We can call these (195) of knowledge (196) but they are not science.

Science (197) with facts, but not with facts which have (198) to do with each other, like the facts about our dog, cricket and the Mughal ruler; those facts are not related (199), and so have nothing (200) with science. Science starts with observation.

197-


Science means Knowledge, but not all knowledge is science. I know from my own eyesight that our dog Chippy likes papaya. I know from a book that Akbar was the (191) of Babar, and (192) in 1605; and I know (193) the radio that India did not do well in the (194) Test matches. We can call these (195) of knowledge (196) but they are not science.

Science (197) with facts, but not with facts which have (198) to do with each other, like the facts about our dog, cricket and the Mughal ruler; those facts are not related (199), and so have nothing (200) with science. Science starts with observation.

198-


Science means Knowledge, but not all knowledge is science. I know from my own eyesight that our dog Chippy likes papaya. I know from a book that Akbar was the (191) of Babar, and (192) in 1605; and I know (193) the radio that India did not do well in the (194) Test matches. We can call these (195) of knowledge (196) but they are not science.

Science (197) with facts, but not with facts which have (198) to do with each other, like the facts about our dog, cricket and the Mughal ruler; those facts are not related (199), and so have nothing (200) with science. Science starts with observation.

199-


Science means Knowledge, but not all knowledge is science. I know from my own eyesight that our dog Chippy likes papaya. I know from a book that Akbar was the (191) of Babar, and (192) in 1605; and I know (193) the radio that India did not do well in the (194) Test matches. We can call these (195) of knowledge (196) but they are not science.

Science (197) with facts, but not with facts which have (198) to do with each other, like the facts about our dog, cricket and the Mughal ruler; those facts are not related (199), and so have nothing (200) with science. Science starts with observation.

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TEST OF REASONING
TEST OF QUANTITATIVE APTITUDE
TEST OF GENERAL AWARENESS &
TEST OF ENGLISH

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