IBPS PO Mock Test 4

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

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Directions (1-3)

Each pair of CAPITALIZED words given below is followed by four options in pair. Choose the pair which does not express the relationship identical to that exhibited in the capitalized pair.

Q.1. CLIPS : PAPER

  1. bag : vegetables
  2. thread : beads
  3. ribbon : hair
  4. cement : bricks
  1. Only 1
  2. Only 2
  3. Both 1 and 3
  4. Both 3 and 4
  5. Only 4

Q.2. RENT : LEASE

  1. salary : employ
  2. interest : borrow
  3. tax : govern
  4. price : buy
  1. Only 1
  2. Only 2
  3. Both 1 and 2
  4. Only 3
  5. Only 4

Q.3. PROGRESS : PROGRESSIVE

  1. terror : terrorist
  2. reform : reformist
  3. revolution : revolutionary
  4. sympathy : sympathizer
  1. Only 1
  2. Only 2
  3. Only 3
  4. Only 4
  5. None of the above

Directions (4-5)

Questions given below contain five statements followed by six sets of combinations of three. Choose the most logically related set of statements.

Q.4.

  1. All men are men of scientific ability.
  2. Some men and women are of scientific ability.
  3. Some women are women of scientific ability.
  4. Some men are men of artistic genius.
  5. Some women of artistic genius are women of scientific ability.
  6. All men of artistic genius are men of scientific ability.
  1. 146
  2. 356
  3. 126
  4. 125
  5. 235

Q.5.

  1. Some beliefs are uncertain.
  2. Nothing uncertain is worth dying for.
  3. Some beliefs are worth dying for.
  4. All beliefs are uncertain.
  5. Some beliefs are certain.
  6. No belief is worth dying for.
  1. 321
  2. 246
  3. 235
  4. 456
  5. 134

Directions (6-7)

The five statements given in each question below express the same idea. Choose the alternative that is most concise and clear.

Q.6.

  1. My apologies, a former engagement prevents me from joining you for dinner on Monday.
  2. Sorry, I regret to say that a previous commitment will prevent me from joining you for dinner on Monday.
  3. I am sorry to say that I am unable to join you at dinner on Monday because of a prior engagement.
  4. I regret to inform you that because of a previous commitment I will be hindered from joining you for dinner on Monday.
  5. I am very sorry, a former commitment will prevent me to join you for the dinner on Monday.
  1. Only 1
  2. Only 3
  3. Both 2 and 3
  4. Only 2
  5. Both 4 and 5

Q.7.

  1. The stupid are likely to have a restricted conceptual grasp.
  2. The stupid are not likely to grasp concepts easily.
  3. It is doubtful that the stupid would have adequate conceptual grasp.
  4. There is little chance that the stupid can grasp concepts easily.
  5. It is unlikely for stupid to easily grasp concepts
  1. Only 2
  2. Only 4
  3. Only 1
  4. Only 3
  5. Only 5

Directions (8-9)

What will come in place of question mark (?) in the following number series?

Q 8: 1 7 36 145 ?

  1. 435
  2. 456
  3. 356
  4. 336
  5. 436

Q 9: 2 3 7 16 ?

  1. 36
  2. 16
  3. 32
  4. None of the Above
  5. 30

Directions (10-12)

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

The table below gives details of the number of boys and girls from five different colleges who went for a trip to Japan. Answer the given questions based on the data given in the table:

College

Number of Boys

Number of Girls

A

462

315

B

235

198

C

290

436

D

133

362

E

150

266

Q 10. What is the average number of boys from college A, C and E, who went for the trip?

  1. 300.50
  2. 306.00
  3. 300.67
  4. 301.11
  5. None of the Above

Q 11. What are the total number of students from college A and D together (boys & girls), who went on the trip?

  1. 1272
  2. 1223
  3. 1277
  4. 1273
  5. 1225

Q 12. What is the ratio of number of girls who went from college A to the number of boys from college E?

  1. 10:21
  2. 15:14
  3. 14:15
  4. 21:10
  5. 2:3

Q 13. Ratio of earning of X and Y is 8:9 respectively. If the earnings of X is decreased by 50% and the earning of Y increases by 25%, the new ratio of their earnings becomes 16:9 respectively. What are the earnings of X?

  1. ₹24,000
  2. ₹43,000
  3. Cannot be determined
  4. ₹22,000
  5. None of the above

Q 14. The below mentioned questions are followed by three statements. Read the data carefully in the three statements and decide the information in which of the statements is/are necessary and sufficient to answer the question?

What is the ratio of the present ages of Sarah and Ashima?

  1. The difference of their present ages is 15 years
  2. 10 years ago, the sum of their ages was three times Ashima’s age at that time
  3. After 5 years, the respective ages of Sarah and Ashima would be 3:2
  1. Only 1
  2. Both 1 and 2
  3. Only 2
  4. Both 2 and 3
  5. Any two of the three

Q 15. What will come in place of question mark (?). Find an approximate value

6895.01+5024.99+599.98 = ?

  1. 12521
  2. 12520
  3. 12522
  4. 12523
  5. 12531

Q 16: What total amount would Mithelesh get at the end of two years if he invests an amount of ₹15,400 in a scheme which offers simple interest at the rate of 10.5 percent per annum for two years?

  1. ₹3234
  2. ₹13425
  3. ₹18,634
  4. ₹18,452
  5. ₹3224

Directions (17-18)

Given below are three statements with two conclusions numbered 1 and 2. Read the statements and determine the conclusion that logically follows the given statements.

Q.17.

Statements:

All Tree is Plants

Some Tree is Shrub

No Shrub is Herb

Conclusions:

  1. No Plant is Herb
  2. Some Tree is not Herb
  1. Only 1 follows
  2. Only 2 follows
  3. Either 1 or 2 follows
  4. Neither 1 or 2 follows
  5. Both 1 and 2 follows

Q.18. Statements:

S1≥T2; R3<T2; K4≤R3; K4=M5

Conclusions:

  1. S1>M5
  2. T2≥M5
  1. Only 1
  2. Only 2
  3. Both 1 and 2
  4. Either 1 or 2
  5. Neither 1 or 2

Directions (19-20): Read the information and answer the questions given below.

There are eight people in the family. Riya is the daughter of Priyank who is the Husband of Kamini. Veena is the daughter of Tarak. Tarak is the brother-in-law of Sachin who is the only son of kamini. Kamini has only two children. Wazir is the Son of Udisha. Udisha has no siblings. There are three generations and three married couples in the family.

Q.19. If Wazir is married to Yasmin, then how is Sachin related to Yasmin?

  1. Mother-in-Law
  2. Daughter-in-Law
  3. Sister-in-Law
  4. Father-in-Law
  5. Niece

Q.20.Number of members who are male in the family?

  1. Four
  2. Three
  3. Two
  4. One
  5. None of these

Q. 21. How many meaningful words can be formed by using 5th, 6th, 8th and 9th letters only once of the word INSURANCE. If more than one word can be formed the answer will be X, if no word can be formed the answer will be Y and if only one word can be formed then what will be the second letter from the left?

  1. C
  2. R
  3. X
  4. Y
  5. E

Q.22. If in the given number 8796583217436217, if position of first and second number are interchanged, similarly the positions of third and fourth numbers are interchanged and so on till the end, then which of the following number will be fourth to the left of the number which is sixth from the right end of the row?

  1. 3
  2. 7
  3. 6
  4. 2
  5. 4

Q.23. Point S is 10m to the North of Point T. Y is 4m to the East of Point T. Z is 6m to the East of point V which is 6m to the North of point Y. What is the shortest distance between Y and Z in meters?

  1. 5√2
  2. 7√6
  3. 6√2
  4. 5√2
  5. 3√6

Directions (24-25): Read the information given carefully and answer the given questions.

A, B, C, D, E, F and G are seven brothers and are sitting in a circle facing the center of the circle. G is second to the left of D and is the neighbour of E and F. D is not a neighbour of C or E. A is neighbour of B and C.

Q.24. Which of the following statements is correct?

  1. D is between F and G.
  2. B is between A and D
  3. E is to the immediate right of G.
  4. F is to the immediate left of G.
  5. None is correct.

Q.25. Which of the following will be D’s position after E and D interchange their places?

  1. To the immediate left of C.
  2. To the immediate right of F.
  3. Neighbour of G and C.
  4. Neighbour of C and A
  5. None of the above

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