# RRB Mock Test 1

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

Aspirants can check the answers in the free RRB Mock Test PDF which is given after the questions. The questions are modelled on the lines of the previous yearsâ€™ RRB question papers.

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## RRB Free Mock Test

Q 1.Â  A bag contains 7 blue and 4 green balls and another bag contains 3 blue and 8 green balls. Two balls are drawn at random from any of these bags. What is the probability that both these balls are drawn are green?

1. Â 6/55
2. 28/55Â
3. 14/55
4. 17/55Â

Q 2.Â  A bag contains white balls, green balls, and blue balls. The probability of drawing white balls is (1/3), the probability of drawing green balls is (1/4). What is the probability of drawing blue balls?

1. 6/12
2. 7/12
3. 5/12
4. None of the above

Q 3.Â  Narendraâ€™s present age is one-fourth of his fatherâ€™s age 2 years ago. Narendraâ€™s fatherâ€™s age will be twice Amitâ€™s age after 10 years. If Amitâ€™s 12th birthday was celebrated 2 years ago, then what is Narendraâ€™s present age?

1. 9 years
2. 11 years
3. 7 years
4. None of the above

Q 4. A rectangular garden having length and breadth as 120 m and 80 m, respectively has 5 m wide path around the sides inside the garden. Find the cost of gravelling the path at Rs 2 per square meter.

1. 3600
2. 4200
3. 3800
4. 3900

Q 5. For 4 successive years, the costs of petrol were Rs 15/litre, Rs 20/litre, Rs 25/litre,Â  Â  Â  Rs 30/litre respectively. If a cab driver spent an average of Rs 15,000 per year on Petrol, then he spent what average cost of petrol per litre for the four years?

1. Rs 22. 50 /litre
2. Rs 26.07 /litre
3. Rs 21.05 /litre
4. Rs 27.08 /litre

Q 6.Â  2.2 Kg of flour contains wheat flour and rice flour in the ratio 8: 3. How much more rice flour is to be added to the mixture containing wheat flour and rice flour to get a new mixture containing wheat flour and rice flour in the ratio 8:5.Â

1. 300 gram
2. 200 gram
3. 400 gram
4. 450 gram

Q 7.Â  The average weight of a class of 30 students is 60 kg. If the weight of the teacher is to be included, the average weight of the class increases by 300 gm. Find out the weight of the teacher.

1. Â 67 Kg
2. 68.5 kg
3. 69.3 Kg
4. 70 Kg

Q 8.Â  An amount of money is to be divided between A, B and C in the ratio 5:9:11. If the difference between the shares A and C is Rs 7800, what will be the difference between the shares of A and B.?

1. Rs 5000
2. Rs 6500
3. Rs 4500
4. Rs 5200

Q 9.Â  Find the next number in series 11, 12, 20, 47, 111, x

1. 236
2. 245
3. 317
4. 436

Directions (10-14): A family has 6 members. A, B, C, D, E, F. There is only 1 married couple in the family. A has only 2 sons. B is the mother of C. D is the brother of A. E is the sister in law of B.

Q 10.Â  How is F related to B

1. Mother
2. Daughter
3. Son
4. Cannot Be Determined
5. None of these

Q 11. How many female members are there in the family

1. 4
2. 2
3. 3
4. Cannot be determined
5. None of these

Q 12. How is E related to A?

1. Sister in law
2. Mother
3. Wife
4. Sister
5. None of these

Directions (13-17): In the following questions, the relationship between different elements is shown in the statements. The statements are followed by two conclusions. Mark answer as

1. If only conclusion I is true
2. If only conclusion II is true
3. If either conclusion I or II is true
4. If neither conclusion I nor II is true
5. If both the conclusions I and II are true.

Q 13.

Statement:

Â Â P = T â‰¥ U < S > L

Conclusions:

1. L < U
2. T > S

Q 14.

Statement:

P = M â‰¤ N > S â‰¥ Q

Conclusions:

1. M < Q
2. Q â‰¤ N

Q 15.Â  Statement:

R > S = C â‰¤ D; E > C

Conclusion:

1. R < D
2. S < E

Q 16.

Statement:

M > B â‰¤ C = D = N

Conclusion:Â

1. M < N
2. M = N

Q 17.

Statement:

A â‰¥ B < R = T; U < B > Y

Conclusions

1. A > U
2. Y > T

Directions (18-20): Choose the word which is the most similar in meaning to the word given in bold.

Â Q 18.Â  Hazard

1. Â Peril
2. Â Safety
3. Security
4. Safeguard

Q 19. Gruelling

1. Wearing
2. Easy
3. Plain sailing
4. Trouble-free

Q 20) Vague

1. Indeterminate
2. Unambiguous
3. Clear
4. Certain

Directions (21-25): Choose the word which is opposite in meaning to the word mentioned in Bold.

Â Q 21. Candid

1. Forthright
2. Outspoken
3. Downright
4. Guarded

Q 22. Jovial

1. Good-humoured
2. Genial
3. Amiable
4. Gloomy

Q 23. NaÃ¯ve

1. innocent
2. childlike
3. trusting
4. Â Sophisticated

Q 24. Reluctant

1. Unwilling
2. Unenthusiastic
3. Resistant