RRB Mock Test 2

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

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(Direction): Find the missing number in the series

Q 1. 110, 112, 116, 124, 140, X

  1. 172
  2. 152
  3. 162
  4. 180

Q 2. 8, 15, 26, 41, 60, X

  1. 71
  2. 81
  3. 75
  4. 82

Directions (3-9): Study the following table carefully and answer the given questions

Years           2016               2017             2018
Courses Total Number of students Total Female Students Total Number of students Total Female students Total Number of students Total Female Students
A 1000 500 1200 600 2000 800
B 1500 750 1450 700 900 300
C 1800 800 800 200 1200 400

 Q 3. what was the average number of Boys studying in all the 3 courses of the college in the year 2016?

  1. 700
  2. 750
  3. 780
  4. 800

Q 4. what was the average number of female students studying in all the 3 courses of the college in the year 2018?

  1. 500
  2. 600
  3. 550
  4. 750

Q 5. what is the difference between all the number of girls studying in all 3 courses in the year 2017 and that of all boys studying in 2018?

  1. 1000
  2. 1500
  3. 2100
  4. 1100

Q 6. What is the respective ratio between the total number of boys in courses B and C together in 2016 and that of all students in courses A and B in 2017?

  1. 35:53
  2. 45: 63
  3. 177: 267
  4. 157:256

Q 7. What is the respective ratio between the total number of boys in courses A and C together in 2017 and that of all students in the courses B and C in 2018?

  1. 7:4
  2. 4:7
  3. 3:8
  4. 4:9

Q 8. What is the respective ratio between the total number of boys in courses A and B in 2018 and that of all students in courses A and C in 2016?

  1. 27:29
  2. 29:27
  3. 29:28
  4. 28:29

Q 9. By what percentage approximately is the number of girls studying in all 3 courses of the college in the year 2016 less than that of Boys studying in all 3 courses in 2018?

  1. 19%
  2. 21%
  3. 23%
  4. 27%

Direction (10-12): Study the given information carefully to answer the given questions.

D is the sister of H. H is married to B. B is the father of G. F is the son of C. H is the mother-in-law of C. B has only one son and no daughter. D is married to A. E is the daughter of A. 

Q 10. How is E related to H?

  1. Niece
  2. Sister
  3. Cannot be determined
  4. Daughter
  5. Mother

Q 11. How is F related to B?

  1. Nephew
  2. Brother
  3. Uncle
  4. Son
  5. Grandson

Q 12. How is D related to G?

  1. Sister
  2. Aunt
  3. Mother in law
  4. Mother
  5. Cannot be determined

In the following questions, the relationship between elements is shown in the statements. The statements are followed by conclusions. Study the conclusion based on the given statements and select the appropriate answer.

Give 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 both conclusions are true
  5. If neither conclusion I nor II is true.

Q 13.

Statement

A ≤ U = B < S; B ≤ Y

Conclusions

I: Y>A

II: Y=A

Q 14. Pointing to Akash, Raj said to Manmohan,” He is my sisters’ fathers sisters fathers only daughters son.” How is Akash related to Raj?

  1. Brother
  2. Father
  3. Cousin
  4. Nephew
  5. None of these

Q 15. Introducing a man to her husband, a woman said, “His brothers’ father is the only son of my grandfather.”  How is the woman related to the man?

  1. Mother in law
  2. Sister
  3. Daughter
  4. Sister in law
  5. None of the above

Q 16. Y’s father Q is B’s paternal uncle and W’s husband M is Y’s paternal uncle. How is W related to B?

  1. Mother
  2. Sister
  3. Cousin
  4. Daughter
  5. None of the above

Directions (17-18):

In each question, a word with its contextual usage is highlighted. You need to pick the most appropriate substitute of that word from among the given alternatives.

 Q 17. Unable to face a barrage of questions from reporters, the minister had no option but to resort to equivocation.

  1. Allusion
  2. Diatribe
  3. Suggestion
  4. Prevarication
  5. Endearment

Q 18. The stoic depth of Hinduism will remain unfathomable to those who pretend to be its action heroes. 

  1. Enigmatic
  2. Inscrutable
  3. Immeasurable 
  4. Elusive
  5. Ambiguous

Direction (19-20): In each of the questions, a pair of capitalized words are given along with the pair of four alternatives. Choose the best alternative that expresses the relationship similar to the capitalized pair. 

 Q19. OBSCENE: PORNOGRAPHY

  1. Orotund: Sphere
  2. Nondescript: Mansion
  3. Numinous: Beauty
  4. Nugatory: Institution
  5. Newflanged: Progress

Q 20.    UNPROFESSIONAL: CONDUCT

  1. Unobtrusive: Lecture
  2. Unpretentious: Thoroughfare
  3. Unparallelled: Opportunity
  4. Unpalatable: Truth
  5. Unpremeditated: Observation

Direction (21-22): In each question, a part of the sentence is underlined along with five alternative ways to phrase the underlined part is given. Pick the best alternative that makes a meaningful sentence. 

Q.21. India maybe likes the proverbial slow and steady tortoise but hardly it can afford to amble in this age of speed and technology, burdened by deep-rooted corruption that is not just holding it back but also eroding its very foundation.  

  1. But hardly it can afford to amble along in this age of speed and technology
  2. But hardly can it afford to amble along in this age of speed and technology
  3. But it can hardly afford to amble along in this age of speed and technology
  4. But it can hardly afford to amble in this age of speed and technology
  5. No change required 

Q 22. Since the 1990s, politicians and pundits predicted the imminent arrival of a digital utopia wherein robots would do the washing up and we would live in peace and harmony in an electronically connected global village- thanks to the net. 

  1. pundits have predicted the imminent arrival of a digital utopia in which
  2. pundits had predicted the imminent arrival of a digital utopia wherein
  3. pundits have predicted the imminent arrival of a digital utopia where
  4. pundits predicted the imminent arrival of a digital utopia in which
  5. No change required

Directions (23-24): Fill in the blanks in the passage given below.

Q.23. A generation that  did not experience at first hand the political ______ of the emergency is liable to take democracy for granted, but not having lived through the ______ of partition, it can also bring a new and refreshing ______ to the festering political legacy called Kashmir.

  1. Authoritarianism; trauma; truth
  2. Autocracy; pains; dialogue
  3. Dictatorship; problem; truth
  4. Autocracy; trauma; dialogue
  5. Authoritarianism; trauma; pragmatism

Q 24. The Rashtrapati’s powers are _____ by Article 74 of the constitution which enjoins the President to act in accordance with the advice _____ by the Council of Ministers, a/an _____ that some of the officeholders have abided by only with reluctance, on occasion testing the limits of their powers and the government’s determination.  

  1. Constricted; Suggested; restrained
  2. Circumscribed; rendered; authority
  3. Curtailed; rendered; approval
  4. Curtailed; tendered; authority
  5. Circumscribed; tendered; restrained

Q 25. In the following question, five ways of presenting a paragraph are given. Pick the best way that adheres most closely to the standard English usage.   

  1. Ideally, the country’s first citizen has to be above the fray and elected by a national consensus but political contests for the office, always a reality, has taken on a sharper edge now that the polity has increasingly become fractured.
  2. Ideally, the country’s first citizen must be above the fray and elected by a national consensus but political contests for the office, always a reality, have taken on a sharper edge now that the polity has increasingly become fractured.
  3. Ideally, the country’s first citizen should be above the fray and elected by a national consensus but political contests for the office, always a reality, have taken on a sharper edge now that the polity has become fractured increasingly.
  4. Ideally, the country’s first citizen should be above the fray and elected by a national consensus but political contests for the office, always a reality, have taken on a sharper edge now that the polity has become increasingly fractured.
  5. Ideally, the country’s first citizen should be above the fray and elected by a national consensus but political contests for the office, always a reality, has taken a sharper edge now that the polity has increasingly become fractured.

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