**Directions (Q. 1-3)**: Study the given following information carefully and answer the following questions.

A is the mother of B. B is the sister of C. D is the son of C. E is the brother of D. F is the mother of E. G is the grand-daughter of A. H has only two children – B and C.

1. How is F related to H?

[a] Son-in-law

[b] Daughter-in-law

[c] Father-in-law

[d] Grand-daughter

[e] Cannot be determined

2. How is C related to E?

[a] Father

[b] Son

[c] Mother

[d] Cousin brother

[e] Cannot be determined

3. Who is the mother of G?

[a]C

[b]B

[c]F

[d] Either B or F

[e] Either C or F

**Directions (Q. 4-8)**: Study the given information carefully and answer the following questions.

Auditions for a show were held in seven different cities of India, Chennai, Bengaluru, Cochin, Mumbai, Delhi, Bhopal and Kolkata, not necessarily in the same order during the first seven months of the year 2011 (starting in January and ending in July). The auditions were held only in one city during a month. Auditions in only four cities were held between the Kolkata audition and the Cochin audition.

The Kolkata audition was not held in June. Only one audition was held between the Kolkata auditions and the Bengaluru audition. The Chennai audition was held immediately after the Kolkata audition. The Delhi audition was held immediately before the Bhopal audition. The Bhopal audition was not held in May.

4. How many auditions were held between the Mumbai audition and the Chennai auditions?

[a] One

[b] Two

[c] Three

[d] None

[e] More than three

5. Which of the following statements is true according to the given sequence?

[a] The Mumbai audition was held in July

[b] Delhi audition was held in April

[c] Cochin audition was held before May

[d] Kolkata audition was held in January

[e] None of the above is true

6. Four of the following five are alike in a certain way based on the given sequence and hence form a group. Which one does not belong to the group?

[a] January-Kolkata

[b] March-Bengaluru

[c] June-Cochin

[d] May-Delhi

[e] February-Chennai

7. During March, the audition was held in which of the following cities?

[a] Bengaluru

[b] Kolkata

[c] Mumbai

[d] Chennai

[e] None

8. The audition in Mumbai was held in which of the following months?

[a]July

[b] May

[c] February

[d] March

[e] None of these

**Directions (Q. 9-13) **: Study the given information and answer the following questions. When a word and number arrangement machine is given an input line of words and numbers, it arranges them following a particular rule. The following is an illustration of input and rearrangement. (All the numbers are two-digit numbers.) **Input: **40 made butter 23 37 cookies salt extra 52 86 92 fell now 19 **Step I: ** butter 19 40 made 23 37 cookies salt extra 52 86 92 fell now **Step II: ** cookies 23 butter 19 40 made 37 salt extra 52 86 92 fell now **Step III: ** extra 37 cookies 23 butter 19 40 made salt 52 86 92 fell now **Step IV: ** fell 40 extra 37 cookies 23 butter 19 made salt 52 86 92 now **Step V: **made 52 fell 40 extra 37 cookies 23 butter 19 salt 86 92 now** Step VI: ** now 86 made 52 fell 40 extra 37 cookies 23 butter 19 salt 92** Step VII: ** salt 92 now 86 made 52 fell 40 extra 37 cookies 23 butter 19

Step VII is the last step of the above arrangement as the intended arrangement is obtained. As per the rules followed in the given steps find out the appropriate steps for the given input. **Input: ** 32 proud girl beautiful 48 55 97 rich family 61 72 17 nice life

9. How many steps will be required to complete the given input?

[a] Five

[b] Six

[c] Seven

[d] Eight

[e] Nine

10. Which of the following is the third element from the left end of step VI?

[a] beautiful

[b] life

[c]61

[d] nice

[e]17

11. Which of the following is step III of the given input?

[a] proud 72 girl 48 family 32 beautiful 17 55 97 rich 61 nice life

[b] life 55 girl 48 family 32 beautiful 17 proud 97 rich 61 72 nice

[c] girl 48 family 32 beautiful 17 proud 55 97 rich 61 72 nice life

[d] family 32 beautiful 17 proud girl 48 55 97 rich 61 72 nice life

[e] girl 48 life 55 family 32 beautiful 17 proud 97 rich 61 72 nice

12. What is the position of ‘nice’ from the left end in the final step?

[a] Fifth

[b] Sixth

[c] Seventh

[d] Eighth

[e] Ninth

13. Which element is third to the right of ‘familyâ€™ in step V?

[a] beautiful

[b] 17

[c] proud

[d] 97

[e] 32

**Directions (Q. 14-15): ** Study the following information to answer the given questions.

Point B is 12 m South of point A. Point C is 24 m East of point B. Point D is 3 m South of point C. Point D is 12 m East of point E and point F is 8 m North of point E.

14. If a man has to travel to point E from point A (through these points by the shortest distance), which of the following points will he pass through first?

[a] Point C

[b] Point D

[c] Point F

[d] Point B

[e] None of these

15. If a man is standing facing North at point C, how far and in which direction is point F?

[a] 12m, West

[b] 24 m, East

[c] 12m, East

[d] 24 m, West

[e] None of these

**Directions (Q. 16-20): ** In these questions, relationship between different elements is show in the statements. These statements are followed by two conclusions.

16. **Statements: ** N ≥ O≥ P = Q>R **Conclusions: ** I. N > R

II. R = N

[a] if only conclusion I follows

[b] if only conclusion II follows

[c] if either conclusion I or II follows

[d] if neither conclusion I nor II follows

[e] if both conclusions I and II follow

17. ** Statements: **

W≤X

**Conclusions:**

I. B > Z

II. W > A

[a] if only conclusion I follows

[b] if only conclusion II follows

[c] if either conclusion I or II follows

[d] if neither conclusion I nor II follows

[e] if both conclusions I and II follow

18. **Statements: ** H>I>J>K;L>M**Conclusions: ** I. I > M

II. L < H
[a] if only conclusion I follows

[b] if only conclusion II follows

[c] if either conclusion I or II follows

[d] if neither conclusion I nor II follows

[e] if both conclusions I and II follow

19. **Statements: ** C**Conclusions: ** I. C ≥ G

II. F > E >

[a] if only conclusion I follows

[b] if only conclusion II follows

[c] if either conclusion I or II follows

[d] if neither conclusion I nor II follows

[e] if both conclusions I and II follow

20. **Statements: ** R>S ≥ T ≥ U; V**Conclusions: ** I. V ≥ U

II. V < R
[a] if only conclusion I follows

[b] if only conclusion II follows

[c] if either conclusion I or II follows

[d] if neither conclusion I nor II follows

[e] if both conclusions I and II follow

** Directions (Q. 21-25): ** In each of questions below are given four statements following by four Conclusions I, II, III and IV. You have to take the given statements to be true even, if they seem to be at variance from commonly known facts. Read all the conclusions and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follow(s) from the given statements disregarding commonly known facts.

21. **Statements: **All cups are bottles.

Some bottles are jugs. No jug is a plate. Some plates are tables. **Conclusions: ** I. At least some tables are bottles.

II. All plates are cups.

III. No table is a bottle.

IV. Some jugs being cups is a possibility.

[a] Only I follows

[b] Only II follows

[c] Only III follows

[d] Only IV follows

[e] Either I or III and IV follow

22. **Statements: **All birds are horses.

All horses are tigers.

Some tigers are lions.

Some lions are monkeys. ** Conclusions: ** I. All tigers are horses.

II. Some monkeys are definitely birds.

III. Only tigers are birds.

IV. Some monkeys being horses is a possibility.

[a] I and III follow

[b] I, II and III follow

[c] III and IV follow

[d] All of these

[e] None of these

23. **Statements: **Some chairs are handles. All handles are pots. All pots are mats. Some mats are buses. **Conclusions: **I. At least some buses are handles.

II. All mats being chairs is a possibility.

III. No bus is a handle.

IV. Some mats are definitely handles.

[a]1, II and IV follow

[b] II, III and IV follow

[c] Either I or III and II follow

[d] Either I or III and IV follow

[e] Either I or III and II, IV follow

24. **Statements**: Some sticks are lamps. Some flowers are lamps. Some lamps are dresses.

All dresses are shirts. **Conclusions: ** I. All shirts are sticks.

II. Some shirts are not flowers.

III. Some lamps are dresses.

IV. Only dresses are sticks.

[a] None follows

[b] Only I follows

[c] Only II follows

[d] Only III follows

[e] Only IV follows

25. **Statements: ** Some benches are walls.

All walls are houses.

Some houses are jungles.

All jungles are roads.

**Conclusions: ** I. All roads are not benches.

II. All jungles are walls.

III. Some houses are definitely benches.

IV. At least some roads are houses.

[a]I and II follow

[b] I and III follow

[c] III and IV follow

[d] II, Ml and IV follow

[e] None of these

**Directions (Q. 26-30): ** Study the following information to answer the given questions. J, P, Q, R, S, T, U and V four married couples sitting in a circle facing the centre. The profession of the males within the group are lecturer. lawyer, doctor and scientist. Among the males. only R (the lawyer) and V (the scientist) are sitting together. Each man is seated besides his wife. U, the wife of the lecturer is seated second to the right of V. T is seated between U and V. P is the wife of the doctor. Q is not immediate neighbour of S and not the doctor. S is a male.

26. Which of the following is P’s position with respect to S?

[a] Second to the right

[b] Second to the left

[c] Immediate right

[d] Immediate left

[e] Third to the left

27. Which of the following is J’s position with respect to T?

[a] Third to the left

[b] Fourth to the right

[c] Third to the right

[d] Opposite T

[e] Second to the right

28. Which of the following is not true regarding the couples?

[a] P is the wife of S

[b] T is the wife of Q

[c] R is the husband of J

[d] J and S are seated adjacent to each other

[e] All the above are true

29. The wives of which two husbands are immediate neighbours?

[a]UT

[b]SR

[c]VQ

[d] RV

[e] None of these

30. Four of the following five are alike in a certain way based on their seating positions in the given arrangement and so form a group. Which is the one that does not belong to the group?

[a] RSJ

[b] TRV

[c] UTV

[d] SOP

[e] UPQ

**Directions (Q. 31-35): ** Study the given information and answer the questions that follow:

In a certain language, ‘economics is not money’ is written as ‘ka la ho ga1, ‘demand and supply economies’ is written as ‘mo ta pa ka’, ‘money makes only part’ is written as ‘zi la ne ki’ and ‘demand makes supply economies’ is written as ‘zi mo ka ta’.

31. What is the code for ‘money’ in the given code language?

[a]’ga’

[b]’mo’

[c]’pa’

[d]’ta’

[e]’la’

32. What is the code of ‘supply’ in the given code language?

[a] ‘ta’

[b] ‘mo’

[c] ‘pa’ or ‘mo’

[d] ‘pa’

[e] ‘mo’ or ‘ta’

33. What may be the possible code for ‘demand only more’ in the given code language?

[a] Either 3 or 5

[b] mo zi ne

[c] xi ne mo

[d] mo zi ki

[e] xi ka ta

34. What may be the possible code for ‘work and money1 in the given code language?

[a] pa ga la

[b] pa la tu

[c] mo la pa

[d] tu la ga

[e] pa la ne

35. What is the code for ‘makes’ in the given code language?

[a]mo

[b] pa

[c] ne

[d] zi

[e] ho

36. If the first and second digits are interchanged in each number from the following set of numbers and then the numbers are arranged in descending order, which number will be second?

[a]376

[b] 438

[c]476

[d]389

[e]567

37. How many such pairs of letters are there in the word ‘EDUCATION’, each of which has as many letters between them in the word, as they have in the English alphabet?

[a] None

[b] One

[c] Two

[d] Three

[e] More than three

38. If it is possible to make only one meaningful word from the second, the sixth, the seventh, the eighth and the tenth letters of the word PERFORMANCE using each letter only once, first letter of the word is your answer. If no such word can be formed your answer is X and if more than one such words can be formed your answer is Y.

[a]C

[b]R

[c]M

[d]X

[e]Y

39. How many meaningful words can be made from the letters ‘AINTS’ using each letter only once?

[a] None

[b] One

[c] Two

[d] Three

[e] More than three

40. If the digits of the number 375486 are arranged in ascending order, how many digits will remain at the same position?

[a] None

[b] One

[c] Two

[d] Three

[e] More than three

41. The respective ratio between the number of boys and the number of girls is 8 : 9. If 30% of boys and 40% girls have enrolled for learning German language, what percent of students approximately have not enrolled for learning German language?

[a]55

[b]70

[c]40

[d]65

[e]78

42. Five years from now, Sunaina’s age will be 3/4 days of Aarti’s age that time. If the respective ratio between Sunaina’s age five years ago and Aarti’s age that time was 2 : 3. What is Aarti’s present age? (in years)

[a]25

[b]40

[c]20

[d]35

[e]30

43. A and B together complete a piece of work in $latex 6\frac { 2 }{ 3 } &s=2 $ days. If A alone takes 3 more days to complete the same piece of work than the number of days taken by B alone. How many days B alone takes to complete the work?

[a] 18 days

[b] $latex 15\frac { 1 }{ 2 } &s=2 $ days

[c] $latex 12\frac { 1 }{ 2 } &s=2 $ days

[d] 12 days

[e] 15 days

44. The four angles of a quadrilateral are A1, A2, A3 and A4. The sum of A1 and A2 is greater than A3 by 20 ^{0}B and A4 is greater than A3 by 70^{0}. What is the sum of A1 and A2?

[a]100 ^{0}

[b]90^{0}

[c]110^{0}

[d]120^{0}

[e]40^{0}

45. Out of a total sum of Rs.22,400, Ram invested a certain amount in scheme A and the remaining amount in scheme B. Scheme A offers interest at 8 p. c. p. a. and scheme B offers simple interest at 6 p. c. p. a. Ram invested in both the schemes for 2 years. If the total interest earned by him from both the schemes after two years is Rs. 3,280. What is the respective ratio between amount invested by him in scheme A to that in scheme B?

[a]37 : 19

[b]37 :21

[c] 39 : 17

[d]39:19

[e]39:23

46. A boat can travel 3.9 km downstream in 13 minutes. If the speed of the current is 3 kmph, what distance (in km) the boat can travel upstream in 28 minutes?

[a]5.8

[b]4.8

[c]5.2

[d]6.2

[e]5.6

47. The respective ratio between the diagonal of a square and breadth of a rectangle is 7 : 5. The area of the square is 49 m2 and the length of the rectangle twice its breadth, what is the perimeter of the rectangle (in m)?

[a]15$latex \sqrt { 2 } &s=1 $

[b]30 $latex \sqrt { 2 } &s=1 $

[c]60

[d]50 $latex \sqrt { 2 } &s=1 $

[e]30

48. A, B and C started a business by investing Rs. 16,000, Rs. 26,000 and Rs. 36,000 respectively. After 4 months from start of the business, B withdrew Rs. 6,000 and C withdrew Rs. 12,000. If at the end of a year, the total profit was Rs. 21,450 is earned, what is the share of A?

[a]Rs. 5,600

[b] Rs. 5,800

[c] Rs. 4,800

[d] Rs. 6,000

[e] Rs. 5,200

49. A train running at 75 kmph takes 24 seconds to pass a platform. Next it takes 11 seconds to cross a man walking at 3 kmph in the same direction in which the train is going. What is the length of the platform? (in m)

[a]280

[b]296

[c]272

[d]300

[e]260

50. Every month Piyush gives 20% of his monthly salary to his wife and 10% to each of his one son and one daughter. He spends 30% of the remaining salary on buying groceries and rest of the salary he deposits in his bank account. If in an year he is able to deposit Rs.2,74,932 in his bank account, how much money did he give to his son and daughter together?

[a]Rs 10.910

[b]Rs.15.960

[c] Rs. 12.245

[d] Rs. 16,365

[e]Rs.11.280

**Directions (Q. 51-40):**What will come in place of question mark (?) in the given question?

51.$latex \frac { { 2.5 }^{ 2 }*{ 1.6 }^{ 2 } }{ { 0.8 }^{ 2 }*{ ? }^{ 2 } } =1 &s=2 $

[a]5

[b]0.6

[c] 8

[d] 3.6

[e] 0.4

52. $latex \frac { 1081 }{ 23 } =\frac { { ? }^{ 2 }*20-528 }{ { 16 } } &s=2 $

[a]4

[b]2

[c]6

[d]8

[e]5

53. $latex \frac { { 50 *(359+321) } }{ ? } -794=906 &s=2 $

[a] 12

[b] 20

[c] 15

[d] 18

[e] 10

54.$latex \sqrt { 12100 } -\sqrt { 121 } &s=1 $

[a] 9900

[b] 8281

[c] 9801

[d] 9604

[e] 8401

55. $latex \sqrt { 277 } -\sqrt { (477-?) } =\frac { 304 }{ 19 } &s=1 $

[a] 58

[b] 36

[c] 52

[d] 42

[e] 46

56. 277.8 * 1.5 + 24.6 * 32.5 = ? * 0.4

[a] 3040.5

[b] 1020.4

[c] 1950.4

[d] 2958.2

[e] 2709.5

57. $latex \frac { 5 }{ 8 } of\frac { 12 }{ 13 } of\frac { 39 }{ 53 } of?=202.5 &s=2 $

[a] 159

[b] 428

[c]1675

[d] 477

[e]458

58. 25 % of 1248 +20 % of ?=\frac { 9848 }{ 4 } &s=2 $

[a]1552

[b]25650

[c]11255

[d] 10750

[e] 13750

59. 81^{2}-49^{2}=2^{?} * 4 * 65

[a]3

[b]2

[c]7

[d]4

[e]1

60. 787.46 – ? + 425.13 = 687.74

[a]524.85

[b]262.34

[c]262.24

[d]245.34

[e]321.28

61. There was 75 litres of pure milk in a vessel. 24% of the milk was taken out and replaced with equal quantity of water, then 20 litres of the mixture of milk and water was taken out. After this 5 litres of milk and 10 litres of water were added to the mixture. What is the respective ratio of water and milk in the final mixture?

[a]52 : 119

[b] 56 : 117

[c] 58 : 117

[d]58:119

[e]64:117

62. A tank is 3/5 empty. When 26 litres of water is added it becomes 12/17 full, what is the capacity of the tank? (in litres)

[a] 60

[b]85

[c]75

[d]80

[e] 50

63. Of the three numbers the average of the first and second number is greater than the average of the second and the third number by 39, then what is the difference between the first and the third number?

[a]72

[b] 84

[c]66

[d]64

[e]78

64. In an examination, a student scores 6 marks for every correct answer and loses 2 marks for every wrong answer. If he attempts in all 74 questions and secures 196 marks, what is the number of questions attempted correctly?

[a]43

[b] 39

[c]49

[d]45

[e]41

**Directions (Q. 65-69):** What will come in place of question mark (?) in the given questions?

65. 6 7 16 51 ? 1045

1 ) 582

[b] 652

[c] 454

[d] 31 6

[e] 208

66. 1, 9, 36, 100, ?, 441

[a]144

[b]196

[c]225

[d]289

[e]361

67. 51 52 61 86 135 ?

[a] 259

[b] 216

[c] 275

[d] 227

[e] 238

68. 453 466 505 622 ?

[a]1063

[b]795

[c]973

[d]1129

[e]841

69. 10, 110, 1210, ?, 146410

[a] 13310

[b] 13210

[c] 12980

[d]13910

[e]12110.

**Directions (Q. 70-75) : **Study the table and answer the given questions.

Number of cakes baked by 5 bakeries during 5 months

Bakeries | A | B | C | D | E |

Months | |||||

March | 127 | 148 | 189 | 150 | 174 |

Aprtil | 166 | 159 | 163 | 156 | 183 |

May | 254 | 171 | 151 | 168 | 251 |

June | 153 | 193 | 132 | 174 | 258 |

July | 175 | 147 | 188 | 224 | 116 |

70. What is the average number of cakes baked by all the bakeries together in June?

[a] 178

[b] 194

[c] 172

[d] 188

[e] 182

71. What is the sum of the 60% of the total number of cakes baked by bakery A in April and May together and the number of cakes baked by bakery C in June and July together?

[a]524

[b]484

[c]444

[d]482

[e]512

72. If the total number of cakes baked by all the given bakeries together increase by 24% from July to August, what is the total number of cakes baked by all the given bakeries together in August?

[a] 1028

[b] 1104

[c] 1054

[d] 1132

[e] 1186

73. Number of cakes baked by bakery D increased by what per cent from March to July?

[a]$latex 47\frac { 1 }{ 3 } &s=2 $

[b]$latex 45\frac { 2 }{ 3 } &s=2 $

[c] $latex 49\frac { 1 }{ 3 } &s=2 $

[d]$latex 39\frac { 1 }{ 3 } &s=2 $

[e]$latex 42\frac { 1 }{ 3 } &s=2 $

74. Bakery E bakes only two types of cakes i.e. butter cakes and sponge cakes. The respective ratio between the butter cakes and sponge cakes baked by bakery E in March, April and May together was 11:8. What was the total number of butter cakes baked by bakery E in March, April and May together?

[a]352

[b]374

[c]396

[d]418

[e]330

75. What is the approximate average number of cakes baked by bakery B in 5 months together?

[a] 164

[b] 155

[c] 170

[d] 160

[e] 169

**Directions (Q. 76-80): **Study the following information carefully and answer the questions that follow.

A company produces for different products viz., mobile phones, television, refrigerators and computers. Each of the products has two categories, viz., category A and B. The total number of all the products is 900. 25% of the total number of products is computers and one-third of the total number of products is televisions. 32% of the total products are refrigerators. 50%, each of the total number of televisions as well as the total number of refrigerators is of category A. 40% of the total number of computers is of category B. One-third of the total number of mobile phones is of category B.

76. What is the total number of television of category A, refrigerators of category B and mobile phones of category B together?

[a]225

[b]323

[c]325

[d]223

[e] None

77. Number of computers of category B is approximately, what percent of the total number of refrigerators?

[a]29%

[b]31%

[c]37%

[d]43%

[e]47%

78. What is the average numbers of products of category A together?

[a]119.25

[b]115.5

[c]121.75

[d]102

[e]106

79. What is the respective ratio between the number of televisions of category B and the number of computers of category A?

[a]3:5

[b]5:3

[c] 10 : 9

[d] 5 : 6

[e] None of these

80. What is the difference between the number of mobiles phones of category B and the total number of computers?

[a]146

[b]176

[c]167

[d]156

[e]196