LIC ADO Mock Tests

Life Insurance Corporation does hold the recruitment of LIC ADO exam annually. Lakhs of candidates apply for LIC ADO exam, thus making the competition really tough. Aspirants of LIC ADO exam need extensive practice to crack the exam. BYJU’s Free LIC ADO Mock Test can help prepare well and ace LIC ADO exam.

Candidates who wish to be an Apprentice Development Officer at LIC can take online LIC ADO Mock Test free for revision, analysis, and full preparation of the examination.

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 Life Insurance Corporation of India conducts various LIC exams annually of which LIC ADO exam is conducted to recruit various eligible candidates as Apprentice Development Officers in the branches of LIC all over the nation.

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LIC ADO Mock Test series provided by BYJU’s comprises questions from the three main sections of the exam i.e. Quantitative Aptitude, English Language and Reasoning..

In each LIC ADO Mock Test there are 25 model questions that are based on the previous year papers of LIC ADO exam.

LIC ADO Mock Tests are free and made comprehensively for LIC ADO exam preparation. It consists of detailed solutions to each question in all the mock tests along with the Answer keys.

Not just that, LIC ADO free mock tests are made in alignment with the actual LIC ADO exam pattern and follows the syllabus as well.

LIC ADO Exam Pattern

Life Insurance Corporation of India sets the LIC ADO paper pattern. LIC ADO exam pattern for the year 2019 is the same as the exam pattern in the previous recruitment drives for LIC ADO exam.

There are other Government exams helpful for aspirants trying for various posts under the Government of India.

The LIC ADO Exam is conducted in three phases:

  1. Written exam
  2. Interview
  3. Medical Test

The table below shows the LIC ADO exam pattern of Preliminary stage:

LIC ADO Prelims Total marks Duration
Paper-I: Reasoning 35 60 minutes
Paper-II: Numerical ability 35
Paper-III: English language 30
Total 70

Taking free LIC ADO Mock Test series gives candidates a chance to revise and practise the whole syllabus. Candidates by taking mock tests on a regular basis understand the preparation level, the latest exam pattern, the scope of questions and time to be given to each question during the final examination.

For holistic preparation of LIC ADO exam, candidates are advised to take regular LIC ADO Mock Tests, Online Quizzes and practicing LIC ADO previous year papers.

The LIC ADO free mock test pattern will be the same as the one given below. Candidates can refer to the free LIC ADO mock test given below.

LIC ADO Mock Test 1

Q.1. A shopkeeper purchased 150 identical pieces of calculators at the rate of ₹250 each. He spent an amount of ₹2500 on transport and packing. He fixed the labeled price of each calculator at ₹320. However,he decided to give a discount of 5% on the labelled price. What is the profit percent earned by the shopkeeper?

  1. 20%
  2. 16%
  3. 15%
  4. 14%

Answer 4

Solution 1.

Cost of each calculators = ₹(250 + 2500/150) = ₹266 ⅔

Selling price of each calculator = (95/100 x 320) = ₹304

Therefore, Profit% = ( 112/3 x 3/800 x 100) % = 14%

Q.2. An amount of ₹53 is divided among P,Q and R such that P gets ₹7 more than Q and Q gets ₹8 more than R. What is the ratio of their shares/

  1. 16 : 9 : 18
  2. 25 : 18 : 10
  3. 18 : 25 : 10
  4. 15 : 8 : 30

Answer 2

Solution 2. Let R share be x

Then Q’s share = (x + 8)

And P’s share be = (x + 15)

so , (x + 15) + (x + 8) + x = 53

3x = 30

X = 10

Therefore, P : Q : R = 25 : 18 : 10

Q.3. A job can be done by 3 skilled worksmen in 20 days or by 5 girls in 30 days. How many days will they take if they work together ?

  1. 8 days
  2. 10 days
  3. 12 days
  4. 11 days

Answer 3

Solution 3.

1 day work of 3 men = 1/20

1 day’s work of 5 girls = 1/30

(3 men + 5 girls)’s 1 day’s work = (1/20 + 1/30) = 5/60 = 1/12

Therefore, 3 men and 5 girls will complete the work in 12 days.

Q.4. A car covers distance from Boston to Seattle at the speed of 56 km/hr and from Seattle to Boston at the speed of 53 km/hr. What is the average speed of the car?

  1. 54.5 km/hr
  2. 54 km/hr
  3. 53/km/hr
  4. 52.5 km/hr

Answer 1

Solution 4. Average speed of the car = (2 x 56 x 53/ 56 + 53) km/hr

5936/109 km/hr

= 54.45 km/hr i.e. 54.5 km/hr

Q.5. the speed of a boat in the still water is 15 km/hr and the rate of current is 3 km/hr. The distance traveled downstream in 12 minutes is?

  1. 3.6 km
  2. 2.4 km
  3. 1.8 km
  4. 1.2 km

Answer 1

Solution 5. Speed downstream = (15 + 3) = 18 Kmph

Distance travelled = (18 x 12/60) km = 3.6 km

Q.6. What time will the train take to pass a man who is walking in the direction of the train at 6 kmph? When the train is 180 m long and traveling at 42kmph.

  1. 21 sec
  2. 25 sec
  3. 18 sec
  4. 24 sec

Answer 3

Solution 6. Relative speed of train and man = (42 – 6) kmph = 36 kmph

(36 x 5/18) m/sec = 10 m/sec

therefore , time taken to pass the man = (180 /10) sec = 18 sec

Q.7. What is the amount to be received after 2 years 6 months at the rate of 5% p.a. of SI on a sum of ₹3200.

  1. 3600
  2. 3400
  3. 3500
  4. 3900

Answer 1

Solution 7. Rate of Interest = 5% p.a.

Sum = 3200

Time = 2 years 6 months = 2 ½ =5/2 years

S.I = [P x T x R] / 100

[3200 x 5 x 5] / 2 x 100 = 400

Therefore, Amount = Sum + S.I = (3200 + 400) = 3600.

Q.8. the effective annual rate of interest corresponding to a nominal rate of 6% per annum payable half yearly is ?

  1. 6.07%
  2. 6.09%
  3. 6.06%
  4. 6.08%

Answer 2

Solution 8.

Amount of rupees 100 for 1 year when compounded half-yearly = [100 x (1 + 3/100)2 ] = 106.09

Therefore, effective rate = (106.09 -100)% = 6.09%

Q.9. A typist uses a paper 30 cm by 15 cm. He leaves a margin of 2.5cm at the top and bottom and 1.25 cm on either side. What percentage of paper are approximately available for typing?

  1. 64.4%
  2. 65.9%
  3. 72.9%
  4. 69.4%

Answer 4

Solution 9.

Are of the sheet = (30 x 15) cm2 = 45 cm2

Are used for typing = [(30 -5) x (15 -2.5)] cm 2 = 312.5

Therefore, required % = 312.5 / 450 x 100 = 69.4%

Q.10. How many such pairs of words are there in APPLICATION, each of which has as many letters between them as they have in the english alphabetical series (both backward and forward)?

  1. More than 4
  2. Less than 3
  3. 3
  4. 4

Answer 2

Solution 10.

Directions 11-14: Read the information given and answer the questions following.

A,B,C,D,E,F and G are sitting around a circle of which five are facing the center while two are facing opposite to the center. C sits third to the left of D and both are facing the center. E is not the immediate neighbour of either of the two. The one sitting exactly between D and F is facing opposite the center. G is facing the center and sits third to the right of A. One of B’s neighbours is facing opposite the center.

Q 11. What is the position of F with respect to B?

  1. Second to left
  2. Third to the left
  3. Fourth to the left
  4. Second to the right

Answer 2

Q 12. Excluding A, the position of how many will remain unchanged if all seven are asked to sit in clockwise direction and in alphabetical order?

  1. Three
  2. Four
  3. Two
  4. One

Answer 3

Q 13. Which of the following pair represents persons, facing opposite the center?

  1. E and A
  2. F and B
  3. F and C
  4. C and E

Answer 1

Q 14. Who is sitting third to the left of A?

  1. B
  2. C
  3. E
  4. F

Answer 3

Solution 11-14.

Q.15.

Statements:

Some Ocean are Seas

All Ocean are Rivers

No river is a Canal

Conclusions:

  1. All rivers can never be oceans
  2. All canals being the ocean is a possibility
  1. Only II follows
  2. Both II and I follow
  3. Only I follows
  4. None Follows

Answer 4

Solution 15:

Q.16.

Statements:

No day is Night

All Night is Noon

No Noon is an evening

Conclusions:

  1. No evenings are nights
  2. All days being noon is a possibility
  1. Only I follows
  2. Only II follows
  3. Both I and II follow
  4. None Follows

Answer 3

Solution 16.

Q.17. If in a certain code LANGUAGE is written as BMHOBVFH then in the same code how will SIMULATE be written as?

  1. JVTMBNUF
  2. JTVNBMFU
  3. HRLTKZSD
  4. HLTRKSDZ

Answer 2

Solution 17:

Directions 18-20: A part of a sentence in each of the following questions has been left blank. From among the four options given select the one which would best fill in the blank.

Q.18. In India the talent is prodigious, and it increases ___.

  1. each year
  2. Annually
  3. Progressively
  4. year by year

Answer 4

Q.19. Education is central because electronic networks and software-driven technologies are beginning to ___ the economic barriers between nations.

  1. Break
  2. Break down
  3. Crumble
  4. Dismantle

Answer 2

Q 20. This is about ___ a sociological analysis can penetrate.

  1. The outer limits that
  2. Just how far into the subject
  3. As far as
  4. Just the relative distance that

Answer 3

Directions 21-22 Arrange the sentences 1,2,3 and 4 in a proper sequence so as to

make a coherent paragraph.

Q.21.

  1. Although the inability of some teachers to teach writing successfully remains a big stumbling block, a number of programmes have been developed to attack this problem.
  2. Perhaps the best known is the Bay Area Writing Project, founded by James Gray in 1974.
  3. Today’s back-to-basics movement has already forced some schools to place renewed emphasis on writing skills.
  4. The decline in writing skills can be stopped.
  1. 4312
  2. 2134
  3. 2341
  4. 3241

Answer 1

Q.22.

  1. B. Today, it is committed to delivering the finest quality with over six million vehicles a year in over 200 countries across the world.
  2. A. Almost a century ago, when the father of the modern automobile industry, Henry Ford, sold the first Model T car, he decided that only the best would do for his customers.
  3. D. Thus, a vehicle is ready for the customer only if it passes the Ford ‘Zero Defect Programme’.
  4. C. And for over 90 years, this philosophy has endured in the Ford Motor Company.
  1. 2143
  2. 2431
  3. 2413
  4. 4321

Answer 3

Directions 23-24 In each question four options are given, three of the words are related to each other in some way. Select the word that does not fit in the relation.

Q.23.

  1. Suffer
  2. Withstand
  3. Endure
  4. Bear

Answer 2

Q.24.

  1. Break
  2. Hiatus
  3. Bridge
  4. Chasm

Answer 3

Q.25. Arrange sentences 1,2,3 and between sentences A and B, so as to form a logical sequence of six sentences.

A. Some of the maharajas, like the one at Kapurthala, had exquisite taste.

  1. Kitsch is the most polite way to describe them.
  2. Yeshwantrao Holkar of Indore brought in Bauhaus aesthetics and even works of modern artists like Brancusi and Duchamp.
  3. In 1902, the Maharaja of Kapurthala gave his civil engineer photographs of the Versailles Palace and asked him to replicate it, right down to the gargoyles.
  4. But many of them, as the available light photographs show, had an execrable taste.

B. Like Ali Baba’s caves, some of the palaces were like warehouses with the downright ugly next to the sublimely aesthetic.

  1. 2314
  2. 2413
  3. 3214
  4. 3241

Answer 4

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