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**Directions (Q. 1-2): **Which of the following numbers from the provided options (a, b, c and d) will come in place of the question mark (?) in each of the following series?

Q. (1) 110, 235, 410, 635, ?

- 810
- 835
- 910
- 935

Q. (2) 15.5, 9.5, ? , 6.5, 6.2

- 9.2
- 15.2
- 12.5
- 7.83

Q. (3) The ratio between the age of Shyam and his brother at present is 4:3 respectively and the ratio between the present ages of Shyamâ€™s father and Shyam is 11:6 respectively. What is the ratio between the ages of Shyamâ€™s father and Shyamâ€™s brother after eight years, respectively?

- 3:4
- 2:1
- 6:3
- None of the above

Q. (4) Riya read 2/5th of a book on the first day and 34% of the book on the second day. She read the remaining pages in the next two days by divided the pages equally for those two days. If she read 52 pages on the last day, then find out the total number of pages that the book contains.

- 300
- 350
- 400
- 480

**Directions Q. (5-7): **Read the following information and the questions given below.

In a restaurant, eight friends J, K, L, M, N, O, P and Q are sitting around a rectangular table. Out of eight, four sits at the corners of the table facing outside, and the other four sits in the middle of the table. M sits third to the right of P. N sits third to the left of L. P faces the centre. Only one person sits between N, and O. O is not the immediate neighbour of L. Q faces the centre. J is not an immediate neighbour of O. L does not sit in the middle of the sides.

Q. (5) What is the position of J with respect to L?

- Fourth to the left
- Second to the left
- Fifth to the right
- Diagonally opposite to each other
- Second to the right

Q. (6) Who among the following sits third to the right of Q?

- J
- P
- M
- L
- N

Q. (7) Which of the following pairs represent the members seated in the middle side who face each other?

- P and N
- Q and O
- P and O
- M and N
- P and Q

Q. (8) X travelled 30 km towards the north and then walked 22 km towards the south. From there, X walked 6 km towards the east. Calculate the distance travelled by X from the initial point.

- 20 km
- 30 km
- 15 km
- 10 km

Q. (9) If A and B can finish a task in 42 days provided the ratio of efficiency between A and B is 7:3, then how many days will A take to complete the task alone?

- 84 days
- 70 days
- 60 days
- 90 days

Q. (10) There are three samples containing different proportions of milk and water, i.e., 2:5, 1:4 and 4:3. All three samples are mixed together in a container. Find out the final proportion of milk and water in the container.

- 25:47
- 37:68
- 28:17
- 41:52

Q. (11) The C.P. of a book is Rs.590 and was sold at a profit of 4.12%. Find the approximate S.P.

- Rs.650
- Rs.470
- Rs.614
- Rs.400

**Directions Q. (12-13):** Read each sentence to find any grammatical error in it. The error, if any, will be one part of the sentence. If the sentence is correct mark â€˜no errorâ€™ as your answer.

Q. (12) The meeting held in Delhi (1) / was attended to (2) / by all the (3) / board members (4) / No error (5)

- (5)
- (4)
- (2)
- (1)
- (3)

Q. (13) The number of candidates (1) / applying for the (2) / examination are (3) / increasing day by day (4) / No error (5)

- (2)
- (4)
- (5)
- (3)
- (1)

**Directions Q. (14-15): **The relationship between the different elements is shown in the statements below. Mark the correct conclusions mentioned in each question as

- Conclusion I is correct
- Conclusion II is correct
- Either conclusion I or conclusion II is correct
- Neither conclusion I nor conclusion II is correct
- Both the conclusions I and II are true

Q. (14) Statement: M > N = O â‰¤ P; Q > O

Conclusions: (I) M < P

(II) N < Q

Q. (15) Statement: P > Q â‰¤ R = S = T

Conclusions: (I) Q < T

(II) Q = T

**Directions Q. (16-19): **Study the passage carefully and answer the following questions:

There are eight students A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H belonging to three different departments: Science, Arts and Commerce. Each of them has a different choice of sports.

D belongs to Arts and likes neither football nor cricket. F is from Science along with A and both like table tennis. E and H do not belong to the same department as D. C likes hockey but do not belong to Commerce. G is not from Arts and likes neither cricket nor badminton. One who belongs to Arts likes football. The one who likes volleyballs from Science department. No one belonging to Arts likes either lawn tennis or badminton. H dislikes cricket.

Q. (16) Which of the following groups of students belong to the Arts department?

- BCD
- AFS
- EFG
- ACD

Q. (17) In which department does E belong?

- Science
- Arts
- Commerce
- None of the above

Q. (18) Choose the favourite sport of G.

- Lawn tennis
- Volleyball
- Cricket
- Football

Q. (19) Choose the correct combination.

- Badminton-H-Commerce
- Arts-E-Cricket
- Arts-B-Table tennis
- None of the above

Q. (20) Rs.5500 is borrowed by Raj at 8% per annum. He paid Rs.1000 to the donor at the end of the year. How much amount should be paid by Raj at the end of the 2nd year?

- 4500
- 5335
- 5300
- 4000

**Directions Q. (21-23):** In the following questions, there is one pair of synonym and antonym. Find the correct pair?

Q. (21)

- eccentric-freakish
- bizarre-ordinary
- aberrant-anomalous
- naive-artless

Q. (22)

- pitiful-poignant
- feeble-contemptible
- wretched-fortunate
- worthy-admirable

Q. (23)

- counterfeit-genuine
- sanguine-buoyant
- propitious-providential
- bewildering-baffling

Q. (24) X runs at a speed of 12 m / s in a circular ground of area 264600 metre square. Calculate the time taken by him to complete the circle.

- 140 seconds
- 152 seconds
- 158 seconds
- 160 seconds

Q. (25) A car travels at a speed of 80 km/h. The speed is increasing at every 3 hours at a rate of 4 km/hr. In how many hours will the car complete 660 km?

- 3 hours
- 1 hour
- 2 hours
- 4 hours

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