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. (1-4): Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below:
There are eight people, P, Q, R, S, T, U, V and W standing in a straight line. They are facing north and each one of them has a different age, i.e. 16, 18, 20, 22, 24, 26, 28 and 30 years, but not necessarily in the same order.
Q sits at one of the extreme ends of the row. There are three people sitting between R and U. U is neither 16 years nor 22 years old. There are two people sitting between S and the person whose age is 26 years old. Neither U or S is the oldest person. Age difference of immediate neighbours of S is 4 years. P sits to the right of V, but not to the immediate right. There are three people sitting between Q and the one whose age is 18 years. The one whose age is 22 years sits third to the right of R. V sits to the right of Q and U sits second to the right to the person whose age is 26 years. T sits to the immediate left to the person whose age is 16 years. U is not the youngest person. The one whose age is 30 years is not the immediate neighbour of the youngest person. R is not the fourth oldest person.
Q. (1) Who sits second to the right of Z?
- None of the above
Q. (2) How many persons sit between W and the person whose age is 30 years?
- None of the above
Q. (3) Who among the following is 28 years old?
Q. (4) Find the age difference between W and U?
- None of the above
Directions Q. (5-7): What approximate value should come in place of the question mark (?) in the following questions?
Q. (5) 24.2, 33.8, ?, 57.8, 72.2
Q. (6) 50, 130, ?, 440, 670
Q. (7) 20, 84, 268, ?, 12660
Directions Q. (8-10): Read each of the following statements and find out the correct relationship from the given options.
Q. (8) P> Q ≥ R < S <T
- P ≥ R
- T > R
- S ≥ Q
- P > S
Q. (9) In which of the following statements will the relation ‘A > D’ be false?
- A > B ≥ C = D
- D ≤ C ≤ B < A
- D > B ≥ C < A
- D < B ≤ C < A
Q. (10): Complete the statement ‘ K ___ L ___ M ___ N’ using the following symbols in such a manner that N < K is true.
- ≥, =, >
- ≤, <, =
- ≥, =, <
- >, ≥, <
Directions Q. (11-12): Choose the antonym for the word given in each question.
Q. (11) Wane
Q. (12) Rebut
Q. (13) In India, the individual tax rates are substantially _________ compared to the tax rates in the European countries but slightly ______ than those in most emerging markets.
- Decreasing, increasing
- Lesser, higher
- Lower, higher
- Low, high
Q. (14) The teacher called upon the students to ______ interest in sports and participate in various competitions in order to ________ their sportsmanship.
- Take, develop
- Develop , increase
- Grow, develop
- Generate, show
Q. (15) Find the synonym of the following word : “Significant”
Q. (16) Riya certainly ________ upto the expectations of the audience by ______ them with her performance.
- Stood, enticing
- Lived, wooing
- Met, attracting
- Summed, belting
Directions Q. (17-20): Find the grammatical errors in each of the following sentences. The error, if any, will be in one part of the sentence. If there is no error, mark the answer as (5).
Q. (17) The cops, who (1) / was deployed heavily (2) / in the area, did nothing to (3) / dissuade the protestors. (4) / No error (5)
Q. (18) I had found (1) / the window pane broken (2) / when i first came (3) / into the room. (4) / No error (5)
Q. (19) She always(1) / landed into (2) / more trouble (3) / than me. (4) / No error (5)
Q. (20) The right to adequate food (1) / and clean drinking water (2) / should be regarded as a (3) / basic right of all citizens of India. (4) / No error (5)
Directions Q. (21- 22): Study the following information carefully to answer the questions.
There are five departments in a company namely A, B, C, D and E. The number of employees in department A is 25% of the total number of employees in the company. The number of employees in department C is 60 % of the number of employees in department A. The number of employees in department D is ¾ th of the number of students in department C. The number of employees in department E is ½ the number of employees in department C. The number of employees in department E is 450.
Q. (21) The total number of employees in department B and C together is approximately what percent more than the total number of employees in department A and D together?
Q. (22) What is the average number of employees in department B, C and E?
Directions Q. ( 23-25): Read the following information carefully to answer the following questions.
The following table shows the percentage share of profit of five companies from 2014 to 2018 in total profit of these companies together. Study the table and select the appropriate answers.
|Total profit in crores||1850||1640||1250||2130|
Q. (23) How many companies have experienced an increase in profit from 2016 to 2017?
- HP and Wipro
- Dell and Infosys
- HP and Dell
- Lenovo and HP
Q. (24) What is the difference of profit of Dell in 2018 and Infosys in 2017?
- 102.40 crores
- 90.87 crores
- 104.20 crores
- 120.75 crores
Q. (25) What percentage of profit of Wipro in 2018 is profit of Infosys in 2015?
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