 # IBPS Clerk Mock Test 2

The free IBPS Clerk Mock Test contains 25 questions covering all the sections of the IBPS Clerk Prelims Syllabus.

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Directions Q.(1-3): Determine the correct relation between a and b from the given one or two equations in the following questions. Mark your answers as

1. If a < b
2. If a > b
3. If a ≤ b
4. If a ≥ b
5. If a = b

Q. (1) I. 3a2 + 14a + 15 = 0

II. 6b2 + 17b + 12 = 0

Q. (2) I. 3a2 – 17b + 24 = 0

II. 4b2 -15b + 14 = 121

Q. (3) I. 2a2 + 11b + 14 = 0

II. 2b2 + 17b + 33 = 0

Directions Q. (4-6): In a school, 150 students like Football, 400 students like Cricket, 300 students like Tennis, 200 students like Football and Cricket, 130 students like Tennis and Cricket, 150 students like Football and Tennis, and 75 students like all the three sports.

Q.(4) What is the ratio of the number of students liking Football to the number of students liking only Cricket?

1. 10:13
2. 5:3
3. 2:5
4. 30:29

Q.(5) What are the number of students liking at least 2 sports?

1. 205
2. 300
3. 330
4. 290

Q.(6) What percentage of students like only one sport?

1. 45%
2. 38.5%
3. 54.16%
4. 49.43%

Directions Q. (7-10): Study the following information and answer each of the given questions.

1. ‘She is good student’ is written as 1356
2. ‘Her name is Riya’ is written as 7896
3. ‘Riya is good in Maths’ is written as 49623

Q.(7) What is the code for ‘Maths’ ?

1. 8
2. Either 4 or 3
3. Either 2 or 4
4. 3

Q.(8) What is the code for ‘student’ ?

1. 1
2. Either 1 or 5
3. 6
4. 5

Q.(9) What is the code for ‘good’ ?

1. Either 5 or 6
2. 6
3. 3
4. 8

Q.(10) Which of the following codes for ‘Riya is good’ ?

1. 496
2. 369
3. 135
4. 963

Q.(11) X and Y have monthly salary in the ratio 6:5 and monthly expenditure in the ratio 4:5. The total monthly saving is Rs.1400 and Rs.1200 respectively. Find the monthly salary of Y.

1. Rs.1280
2. Rs.1250
3. Rs.3000
4. None of the above

Q.(12) The present age of Chahat and Arshi are in the ratio 2:3. After 12 years, their age will be in the ratio 11:15. Find out the present age of Arshi.

1. 12 years
2. 16 years
3. 15 years
4. 21 years

Q.(13) A shopkeeper obtained S.P of 5 books by selling 16 books. Calculate the profit percentage.

1. 40%
2. 43%
3. 45.4%
4. 48%

Q.(14) Two varieties of rice costing Rs.25/kg and Rs.35/kg are mixed together by a shopkeeper. In what ratio, the two varieties should be mixed to obtain a selling price of Rs.34/kg including a profit of 30%?

1. 2.5:7.5
2. 2.1:7.9
3. 4:1
4. 3:2

Directions Q. (15-18): There are 7 friends A, B, C, D, E, F and G sitting in a circle facing towards the centre. F is second to the left of A and second to the right of G. E is third to the right of B and is not an immediate neighbour of F. D is third to the right of C.

Q.(15) Who is sitting opposite to E?

1. D
2. B
3. Cannot be determined
4. E
5. G

Q.(16) Who is sitting at the immediate left from B?

1. F
2. D
3. G
4. E
5. C

Q.(17) Who are the immediate neighbours of E?

1. C and G
2. D and F
3. B and D
4. A and C
5. F and G

Q.(18) Find the odd group.

1. DEA
2. GCB
3. AED
4. CBD
5. EAF

Directions Q. (18-20): 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 ‘no error’ as your answer.

Q.(18) The stress caused by the collision (1) / lead to shaking of the earth’s crust (2) / No error (3)

1. (1)
2. (2)
3. (3)
4. (1), (2)

Q.(19) An earthquake rocked Gujarat on January 26, 2001 (1) / It was estimated that over 13,000 people (2) / lost their lives been buried under the collapsed buildings (3) / No error (4)

1. (1)
2. (2)
3. (2), (3)
4. (3)
5. (4)

Q.(20) The police have believed (1) / that the thieves must have (2) / given the victim a hard blow (3) / No error (4)

1. (1)
2. (2)
3. (3)
4. (4)

Directions Q. (21-23): In each of the following questions, four words are given, of which two words are synonyms or antonyms in meaning. Find the correct combination of the words that are synonyms or antonyms of each other.

Q.(21)

(A) Germane

(B) Projection

(C) Insecure

(D) Irrelevant

1. A-C
2. A-B
3. A-D

Q.(22)

(A) Elated

(B) Eccentric

(C) Bizzare

(D) Explicit

1. A-D
2. A-B
3. A-C
4. B-C

Q.(23)

(A) Consent

(B) Nascent

(C) Emerging

(D) Insecure

1. A-C
2. B-C
3. A-D
4. A-B

Directions Q. (24-25) Fill in the blanks with appropriate words to complete the sentences given below.

Q.(24) The authorities refused to ______ the acts of violent behaviour.

1. Appreciate
2. Overcome
3. Accept
4. Tolerate

Q.(25) After winning the competition, Rohit ordered some sweets as it ______ party.

1. Called off
2. Called for
3. Called in
4. Called on