IBPS RRB Mock Test 1

The free IBPS RRB Mock Test contains 25 questions covering the three main sections of the IBPS RRB Mains Syllabus.

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Directions Q. (1-2): Study the following table carefully to answer the questions that follow.

Â The table represents the total number of students playing different sports i.e., Football, Cricket, Badminton, Tennis and Volleyball across eight institutes, i.e., P, Q, R, S, T, U, V and W.Â

 Sports Institutes PÂ QÂ RÂ SÂ TÂ UÂ VÂ WÂ FootballÂ 500 410 280 340 610 510 440 650 CricketÂ 480 460 340 440 640 550 260 420 BadmintonÂ 420 360 480 560 540 450 350 340 TennisÂ 520 320 520 480 510 310 680 640 VolleyballÂ 360 260 410 380 420 660 480 620

Â (1) The number of students playing Cricket in Institute Q forms what percentage of the total number of students in Institute R?

1. Â 20%
2. 18%
3. Â 22.6%
4. Â 24%
5. Â 28%

(2) The number of students playing football in Institute P forms what percentage of the total number of students in Institute P?

1. Â 21.9%
2. Â 20%
3. Â 32%
4. Â 36%
5. Â 28%

Directions Q. (3-5): What will come in place of the question mark (?) in the given series?

(3) 125, 128, 119, 146, 65, (?)

1. Â 300
2. Â 308
3. Â 280
4. 310
5. Â 250

(4) 24, 12, 12, 18, (?), 90

1. 36
2. 38
3. 40
4. 26
5. 32

(5) 33, 39, 57, 87, 129, (?)

1. 180
2. 183
3. 176
4. 150
5. 154

Directions Q. (6-7): In each of these questions, two equations I and II are given. You have to solve the equations to find the relation between P and Q.

1. If P > Q
2. If P â‰¥ Q
3. If P < Q
4. If P â‰¤ Q
5. If P = Q

(6)

1. P2 – 12P + 32 = 0
2. Q2 – 13Q + 36 = 0

(7)

1. P2 – 10P + 24 = 0
2. 3Q2 – 19Q + 28 = 0

(8) A invests 10% i.e., 2500 of her monthly salary in mutual funds. Later A deposited 16% of her monthly salary in fixed deposit also. 8% of Aâ€™s monthly salary is invested on SIP. What is the total annual amount invested by A?

1. 12,000
2. 10,000
3. 10,200
4. 15,000
5. 12,500

(9) The present ages of Sunny and Raunaq are in the ratio 8:15 respectively. After 9 years, the ratio of their ages will be 11:18. What is the difference in their present ages?

1. 18 years
2. 21 years
3. 15 years
4. 12 years
5. 8 years

Directions (10-12): Study the data given below and answer the following questions:

Seven friends, namely Lalit, Manav, Nitin, Ojaswi, Zaheer, Vijay and Rishab, have a different car, namely Audi, Toyota, Renault, Ford, Maruti, Honda and Skoda, but not necessarily in the same order. Each car is of a different colour, namely Red, Blue, White, Brown, Black, Grey and Yellow but not necessarily in the same order.

The colour of Vijayâ€™s car is Red and he has neither Renault nor Ford car. The Audi car is of Blue colour. Lalit has Toyota car and the colour of his car is neither Brown nor Black. The Skoda car is of Yellow colour. The colour of Manavâ€™s car is Grey. Manav does not have a Ford car. Ford car is not black in colour. Ojaswi has Maruti car. The colour of Rishabâ€™s car is not blue. Rishab does not have a Ford car. Zaheer does not have a Ford car.

Â Q 10. Which car does Lalit own?

1. Ford
2. Maruti
3. Toyota
4. Skoda
5. Honda

Q 11. Which among the given combinations are correct?

1. Â Manav – grey – Toyota
2. Â Ojaswi – brown – Toyota
3. Rishab – Red – Honda
4. Vijay – Red – Honda
5. Â Nitin – grey – Ford

Q 12. What is the colour of the car that Zaheer owns?

1. Blue
2. GreyÂ
3. WhiteÂ
4. Black
5. Brown

Directions (13-14): In the questions given below, three statements are given followed by two conclusions. Study the statements carefully and mark the correct answer

Q 13. Statements: All black is grey

All grey are brown

No brown is white

Conclusion I: Some black is definitely not brown

Conclusion II: No white is grey

1. Â Only conclusion I follows
2. Â Only conclusion II follows
3. Â Both conclusion I and II follow
4. Neither conclusion I nor II follow
5. Either conclusion I or II follows

Q 14: Statement: No file is a document

Some documents are papers

All data are files

Conclusion I: No document is data

Conclusion II: All data being paper is a possibility

1. Only conclusion I follows
2. Â Only conclusion II follows
3. Both conclusion I and II follow
4. Â Neither conclusion I nor II follow
5. Either conclusion I or II follows

Q15. Shikha is facing East. She then turns to her right and moves 20 m, then turning to the left she moves 20 m and then turning to the right, she further goes 20 m. Then again turning to her right, Shikha goes 40 m and then again moves 40 m to the right. In which direction is Shikha now from her original position?Â

1. Â North-east
2. South-west
3. Â North
4. East
5. South

Directions (16-17): There are six people Akshay, Aradhana, Sunil, Shikha, Tanya, and Babita in a family. They are a psychologist, Manager, Lawyer, Jeweler, Doctor, and Engineer. The doctor is the grandfather of Babita who is a psychologist. The manager Shikha is married to Akshay. Sunil, the jeweller is married to the Lawyer. Aradhana is the mother of Tanya and Babita. The number of married couples in the family is two.

Â Q 16. How is Shikha related to Tanya?

1. Sister
2. Sister-in-law
3. Mother
4. Aunt
5. Mother-in-law

Q 17. What is the profession of Akshayâ€™s son?

1. Jeweller
2. Psychologist
3. Manager
4. Â Doctor
5. Engineer

Q 18. Nine friends, namely Pragya, Lalit, Rishi, Shruti, Tanu, Uttam, Vishal, Wasim and Arun are sitting in a row facing north. Rishi sits to the immediate right of Shruti and at third place to the right of Tanu. Lalit is at one end of the row. Wasim is seated adjacent to both Uttam and Vishal. Uttam is in third place at the left of Lalit. Pragya is just left of Uttam. What is the position of Rishi with respect to Vishal?

1. Â Fourth to right
2. Â Fourth to left
3. Â Immediate left
4. Â Immediate right
5. Second to right

Q.19 There are two gaps in the sentence/paragraph given below. Choose from the pair of words given below that will fill the gaps most aptly.Â

In the child_________ about her day at school in her melodious voice, Madame saw the_______ of a renowned opera singer.

1. humming, microcosm
2. chirping, makings
3. prancing, makingsÂ
4. telling, seed

Q.20 There are two gaps in the sentence/paragraph given below. Choose from the pair of words given below that will fill the gaps most aptly.Â

Indian politicians claim that the number of people living below the poverty line has fallen dramatically due to the policies implemented by them, but economists and social scientists______ the claim as statistical________.Â

1. disparage, paralogy
3. question, anomaly
4. dismiss, sophistry

Q.21 In the following question, the word given in capital letters is used in four different ways numbered 1 to 4. Choose the option where the usage of the word is incorrect.

FELL

1. Â In the past, many mentally disabled children fell through the cracks.
2. When the king ordered the execution of the rebels, they fell down to their knees in supplication for mercy.
3. Â As siblings, Ram and Shyam were very close friends but they fell out due to a dispute over their inheritance after their motherâ€™s death.
4. Our team fell over backwards to complete the task at hand.Â

Q 22. The sentences given below, when properly sequenced, form a coherent paragraph. Each sentence is labelled with a letter. From among the four choices given below the question, choose the most logical order of sentences that constructs a coherent paragraph.Â

1. This requires an integrated character, a oneness primarily with self but also with life
2. Integrity, which is conforming reality to our words, includes and goes beyond honesty, which is conforming our words to reality.
3. Personal integrity generates trust and is the basis of different kinds of deposits
4. People can seek to understand, remember the little things, keep their promises, clarify and fulfill expectations, and still fail to build reserves of trust if they are inwardly duplicitous.
5. Lack of integrity can undermine almost any effort to create high trust accounts
1. cedba
2. bceda
4. edcab

Q.23 In the following question, the word given in capital letters is used in four different ways numbered 1 to 4. Choose the option where the usage of the word is incorrect.

Â BREAK

1. Itâ€™s nice to own a horse, but you wouldnâ€™t be able to ride him until you break him in.
2. It was decided to break tradition this year this Diwali as we realised that it is much cheaper to decorate the house with electric lamps than with oil lamps.
3. His astonishing run in the domestic tournaments this season, has enabled him to break into the big league.
4. We could see, far off in the distance, a long line of low hills, broken up by a few valleys.

Q.24 In each question, there are five sentences or parts of sentences that form a paragraph. Identify the sentences(s) or part(s) of sentence(s) that is/are correct in terms of grammar and usage. Then choose the right option.

1. Â  Â  Â  Â  Â  When I returned to home, I began to play
2. Â  Â  Â  Â  Â  everything I could get my hand on about Israel
3. Â  Â  Â  Â  Â  That same year Israelâ€™s Jewish Agency sent
4. Â  Â  Â  Â  Â  I met a recruiter of sorts in MinneapolisÂ
5. Â  Â  Â  Â  Â  I had become one of his most ardent devotees.
1. C&EÂ
2. C onlyÂ
3. E onlyÂ
4. B, C&EÂ
5. C, D&E

Q.25 There are two gaps in the sentence/paragraph given below. Choose from the pair of words given below that will fill the gaps most aptly.

Oliver Sacks has a talent for testing the impossible, for taking what seems to be_______ notions and using them to explore the slippery stuff of consciousness; Awakening reads like a series of fascinating_______ that offers plenty of cause for self-reflection.

1. cathartic, provocation
2. nefarious, chronicles
3. aphoristic, factoids
4. Sophomoric, vignettes