IBPS Clerk Mock Test 4

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IBPS Clerk Mock Test 4

Q.1. A dealer deals only in Music systems and LED TV. He wants to spend up to ₹12 lakhs to

buy 100 pieces. He purchases a Music system at Rs.10,000 and a LED TV at ₹15,000 each. He sells a Music System at ₹12,000 and a LED TV at ₹17,500 each. What is the profit percent earned in selling one Music system?

  1. 21%
  2. 22%
  3. 20%
  4. 21.67%
  5. 16.67%

Directions(2-3)

In the given number series, one number is inappropriate as per the pattern followed. Find the wrong number in the number series.

Q.2.

1 50 86 112 127 136

  1. 112
  2. 50
  3. 1
  4. 127
  5. 136

Q 3.

515 258 132 68 37

  1. 258
  2. 68
  3. 37
  4. 515
  5. 132

Directions (4-6)

Read the data given the table carefully and answer the following questions:

The table below gives details about the population of five cities A, B, C, D and E. The ratio of the number of men to the number of women in each city is also mentioned.

Year

Total Population

Ratio of men : women

City A

15,00,000

2:3

City B

21,34,500

3:7

City C

36,50,000

6:4

City D

50,00,000

3:2

City E

51,20,000

1:4

Q 4. What is the ratio between the number of women in city ‘A’ to the number of women in city ‘D’?

  1. 20:9
  2. 9:20
  3. Cannot be determined
  4. 2:3
  5. 3:2

Q 5. What is the total number of women in city ‘A’, ‘C’ and ‘E’ together?

  1. 64,56,000
  2. 64,57,000
  3. 63,56,000
  4. 64,45,000
  5. None of the above

Q 6. What is the total number of men in city ‘D’ and city ‘B’ together?

  1. 36,50,000
  2. 36,45,000
  3. 36,40,350
  4. 35,40,350
  5. None of the above

Q.7. What will come in place of question mark (?). Give an approximate value

39.99% of 440.01 + ?% of 654.99 = 228.5

  1. 5
  2. 9
  3. 2
  4. 4
  5. 8

Q.8. As per the given equation, mark the correct answer:

Equation I: x2 = 4

Equation II: y2+4y = -4

  1. x>y
  2. y>x
  3. x=y
  4. x≤y
  5. x≥y

Q.9. A bucket contains 3 black, 2 orange and 5 purple balls.If three balls are drawn at random, what is the probability that at least 1 is purple?

  1. 11:12
  2. 12:11
  3. 5:6
  4. 6:5
  5. None of the above

Q.10. A bus travels the first 55 km in 40 minutes and the remaining 75 km in 70 minutes. What is the average speed of the bus?

  1. 45 km/hr
  2. 50 km/hr
  3. 65 km/hr
  4. 80 km/hr
  5. 60 km/hr

Directions: Fill in the most appropriate word/words using the given set of options to make the sentence meaningful.

Q. 11. The recent commotion in the country will __________ and peace will be reinstated.

  1. blow over
  2. permeate
  3. blow past
  4. come to pass
  1. Only 1
  2. Only 2
  3. Both 3 and 4
  4. Only 3
  5. Only 4

Directions: Choose a suitable substitute from the given options for the underlined expression.

Q.12. Mr. Tim needs to take his car to the mechanic because it is functioning improperly again.

  1. broke down
  2. acting up
  3. died down
  4. crashed
  1. Only 1
  2. Only 2
  3. Only 3
  4. Only 4
  5. None of the above.

Directions: Each sentence forms a paragraph. Identify the sentence(s) or part(s) of sentence(s) that is/are correct in terms of grammar and usage (including punctuation, spelling and logical consistency). Then, choose the most appropriate option.

Q.13.

  1. I did not know what to make of you.
  2. Because you’d lived in India, I associate you more with my parents than with me.
  3. And yet you were unlike my cousins in Calcutta, who seemed so obedient and innocent when I visited them.
  4. You were not curious about me in the least.
  5. Although you did make an effort to meet me.
  1. Only 1
  2. Both 1 and 2
  3. Both 1 and 5
  4. Only 4
  5. Both 1 and 4

Directions: In the question given below, a word has been used in sentences in five different ways. Find the sentence(s) in which the usage of word is incorrect and choose the appropriate option.

Q.14. Buckle

  1. The accused did not buckle under police interrogation.
  2. Sometimes, an earthquake can make a bridge buckle.
  3. After the long hike our knees were beginning to buckle.
  4. The horse suddenly broke into a buckle.
  5. People should learn to buckle up as soon as they get into a car.
  6. Both 1 and 2
  1. Only 3
  2. Only 4
  3. Both 3 and 4
  4. Both 1 and 5

Direction: In the question given below, there are five sentences having pair of words or phrases that are highlighted as [A] and [B]. Select the most appropriate word or phrase to form the correct sentences. Then, select the best one from the options given.

Q.15.

  1. If you want to complain about the amenities in your neighbourhood, please meet your [A]councillor/ [B] counsellor.
  2. Anita wore a beautiful [A] broach / [B] brooch on the lapel of her jacket.
  3. I would like your [A] advice /[B]advise on which job I should choose.
  4. Jeans that [A] flair / [B ] flare at the bottom are in fashion these days.
  5. The last scene provided a [A]climactic / [B]climatic ending to the film.
  1. ABABA
  2. BABAA
  3. BABAB
  4. BAAAB
  5. BAABA

Directions: Paragraph given below has one highlighted word that does not make sense. Choose the most appropriate replacement(s) for that word from the given options

Q.16.

Intelligent design derives from an early 19 century explication of the natural world given by an

English clergyman, William Paley. Paley was the populariser of the notorious watchmaker analogy. Promoters of intelligent design are crupping Paley’s argument with a fresh lusture from molecular biology.

  1. Wrecking
  2. Testing
  3. Resurrecting
  4. Destroying
  1. Only 1
  2. Only 2
  3. Only 3
  4. Only 4
  5. Both 2 and 3

Directions: The question given below contains statements numbered (1-6) followed by five options in combinations of three. You have to choose that set in which the third statement logically follows from the first two.

Q.17.

  1. A. No mother is a nurse.
  2. No woman is a prude.
  3. Some nurses like to work.
  4. Some prude are nurses.
  5. Some nurses are women.
  6. All women like to work.
  1. 125
  2. 354
  3. 653
  4. 256
  5. 542

Q.18. In a certain code ‘OFFICER’ is written as ‘PEGHDDS’ then what will be the code for FRIENDS?

  1. GQJEOCT
  2. GQJDOCT
  3. GRJEOCT
  4. GOJDOCT
  5. None of the above

Q.19. Eleven friends Mink, Nick, Om, Pari, Qazi, Ram, Sita, Tarun, Umesh, Varun and Wasim are sitting in the first row of the the picture hall. Tarun is to the immediate left of Pari and third to the right of Umesh. Varun is the immediate neighbour of Mink and Nick and third to the left of Sita. Mink is the second to the right of Qazi, who is at one of the ends. Ram is sitting next to the right of Pari and Pari is second to the right of Om.

Who is sitting at the center of the row?

  1. M
  2. N
  3. S
  4. O
  5. U

Directions 20-23: Study the information carefully to answer the following questions.

Eight friends namely A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H are sitting in a circular manner but not necessarily in the same order. Three of them are facing out and five are facing towards the centre.

E is third to the right of C. F is sitting third to the left of E. Only three persons are sitting between F and B. H is sitting third to the right of F, who is not facing the centre. D is sitting third to the right of A, who is not facing the centre.

Q.20. Who sits between F and A?

  1. B
  2. C
  3. E
  4. H
  5. G

Q.21. Who among the following sits second to the right of B?

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

Q.22. What is the position of C with respect to H?

  1. Third to the right of H
  2. Second to the left of H
  3. Third to the left of H
  4. C is in front of H
  5. None of the above

Q.23. Which of the following group is facing away from the centre?

  1. ACF
  2. CFD
  3. ABC
  4. DEF
  5. None of these

Directions(24-25): Study the following information and answer each of the questions given below.

  • If ‘C @ D’ means ‘D-C’
  • If ‘C * D’ means ‘C X D’
  • If ‘C $ D’ means ‘C + D’
  • If ‘C # D’ means ‘C / D’

Q.24. If the cost of 10 pencils is Rs. 40, how many pens can be bought for Rs. 1000?

  1. 50 * 4 # 100 * 10 $ 5
  2. 50 $ 4 * 100 # 10 * 5
  3. 20 * 2 # 200 $ 5 * 10
  4. 20 # 2 @ 100 * 25
  5. None of the above

Q.25. 200% of P = 60% of R, therefore find the value of R.

  1. 2 * P * 100 # 6
  2. P * 10 # 3
  3. 200 * P # 100 * 50
  4. None of the above
  5. Cannot be determined

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