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Question 1 |
Foreign auto makers have not only made major inroads into the Indian market: manufacturers of other consumer goods have challenged the dominance of Indian Industry as well. No Error.
Have not only made | |
Inroads into | |
Of other | |
As well | |
No Error |
Question 2 |
What is the value of x + y?
- x – y = 4,
- 3x + 3y = 4
If you can get the answer from (1) ALONE but not from (2) alone | |
If you can get the answer from (2) ALONE but not from (1) alone. | |
If you can get the answer from BOTH (1) and (2) TOGETHER, but not from (1) alone or (2) alone | |
If EITHER statement (1) ALONE OR statement (2) ALONE is sufficient. | |
If you CANNOT get the answer from statements (1) and (2) TOGETHER, but need even more data |
Question 3 |
If you would have come earlier, as I had advised, you would never have been missed by that crude trick. No Error
Would have | |
Had | |
Would | |
Missed | |
No Error |
Question 4 |
How long will it take for two pipes to empty or fill a tank that is ¾ full?
- Pipe A can fill the tank in 12 minutes
- Pipe B can empty it in 8 minutes.
If you can get the answer from (1) ALONE but not from (2) alone | |
If you can get the answer from (2) ALONE but not from (1) alone. | |
If you can get the answer from BOTH (1) and (2) TOGETHER, but not from (1) alone or (2) alone | |
If EITHER statement (1) ALONE OR statement (2) ALONE is sufficient. | |
If you CANNOT get the answer from statements (1) and (2) TOGETHER, but need even more data |
Question 5 |
Realizing how much had been expected of me, my confidence grew until I was able to face my adversaries boldly. No Error
Had been | |
Of Me | |
My Confidence | |
Boldly | |
No Error |
Question 6 |
How much did a man earn in 2002?
- He earned Rs. 6,500 in 2003 which is 12.5% more than he earned in 2002.
- His wife (who earned half the amount he earned) and he earned Rs. 8666.67 together in 2002
If you can get the answer from (1) ALONE but not from (2) alone | |
If you can get the answer from (2) ALONE but not from (1) alone. | |
If you can get the answer from BOTH (1) and (2) TOGETHER, but not from (1) alone or (2) alone | |
If EITHER statement (1) ALONE OR statement (2) ALONE is sufficient. | |
If you CANNOT get the answer from statements (1) and (2) TOGETHER, but need even more data |
Question 7 |
What is the difference between the shares of profits of Rekha and Nutan out of a profit of Rs. 6,000 at the end of the year?
- Rekha invested Rs.50, 000 and withdrew Rs. 1,000 after 4 months
- For the last 8 months, Nutan’s capital was 125% of Rekha’s.
If you can get the answer from (1) ALONE but not from (2) alone | |
If you can get the answer from (2) ALONE but not from (1) alone. | |
If you can get the answer from BOTH (1) and (2) TOGETHER, but not from (1) alone or (2) alone | |
If EITHER statement (1) ALONE OR statement (2) ALONE is sufficient. | |
If you CANNOT get the answer from statements (1) and (2) TOGETHER, but need even more data |
Question 8 |
Directions (Qns. 21 to 40): In each of the following sentences four words or phrases have been underlined. Only one underlined part in each sentence is not acceptable in Standard English. Pick up that part- (A) or (B) or (C) or (D). If there is no error, mark (E).Many scientists are alarmed over the interest in such pseudo – scientific topics as ESP, flying saucers and the occult, fearing that it may herald a new dark age of gullibility, ignorance, and thinking in superstitious ways. No Error.
Many scientists are alarmed | |
Fearing that | |
It may herald | |
Thinking in superstitious ways | |
No Error |
Question 9 |
A fly crawls around the outside of a circle once. A second fly crawls around the outside of a square once. Which fly travels farther?
- The diagonal of the square is equal to the diameter of the circle.
- The fly crawling around the circle took more time to complete his journey than the fly crawling around the square.
If you can get the answer from (1) ALONE but not from (2) alone | |
If you can get the answer from (2) ALONE but not from (1) alone. | |
If you can get the answer from BOTH (1) and (2) TOGETHER, but not from (1) alone or (2) alone | |
If EITHER statement (1) ALONE OR statement (2) ALONE is sufficient. | |
If you CANNOT get the answer from statements (1) and (2) TOGETHER, but need even more data |
Question 10 |
A sequence of numbers a1, a2, a3, ………. is given by the rule an2 = an + 1. Does 3 appear in the sequence?
- a1 = 2
- a4 = 256.
If you can get the answer from (1) ALONE but not from (2) alone | |
If you can get the answer from (2) ALONE but not from (1) alone. | |
If you can get the answer from BOTH (1) and (2) TOGETHER, but not from (1) alone or (2) alone | |
If EITHER statement (1) ALONE OR statement (2) ALONE is sufficient. | |
If you CANNOT get the answer from statements (1) and (2) TOGETHER, but need even more data |
Question 11 |
In the diagnosis of psychiatric ailments, it is essential that the practitioner approach each subject without pre-judgments as relates to the nature or causes of the disorder. No Error.
Diagnosis | |
It is essential that | |
Approach | |
As relates | |
No Error |
Question 12 |
The three advantages of his plan are: its simplicity, It can be applied immediately, and its probable popularity among the local population. No Error.
Of his plan are | |
It can be | |
Immediately, and | |
Among | |
No Error |
Question 13 |
x and y are integers that are both less than 10. Is x greater than y?
- x is a multiple of 3
- y is a multiple of 2
If you can get the answer from (1) ALONE but not from (2) alone | |
If you can get the answer from (2) ALONE but not from (1) alone. | |
If you can get the answer from BOTH (1) and (2) TOGETHER, but not from (1) alone or (2) alone | |
If EITHER statement (1) ALONE OR statement (2) ALONE is sufficient. | |
If you CANNOT get the answer from statements (1) and (2) TOGETHER, but need even more data |
Question 14 |
Directions (Qns. 1 – 20): Each question below is followed by two statements numbered as (a) and (b). You have to determine whether the data given in the statements is sufficient for answering the question. Use the data given, plus your knowledge of mathematics and every day facts, to mark your answer as
- If statement (a) alone is sufficient to answer the question, but statement (b) alone is not sufficient.
- If statement (b) alone is sufficient to answer the question, but statement (a) alone is not sufficient.
- If both statements together are needed to answer the questions, but neither statement alone is sufficient
- If either statement (a) or (b) by itself is sufficient to answer the question.
- If not enough facts are given to answer the question.
- The hypotenuse is twice the length of the shorter arm
- The larger acute angle is 60^{0}
If you can get the answer from (1) ALONE but not from (2) alone | |
If you can get the answer from (2) ALONE but not from (1) alone. | |
you can get the answer from BOTH (1) and (2) TOGETHER, but not from (1) alone or (2) alone | |
If EITHER statement (1) ALONE OR statement (2) ALONE is sufficient. | |
If you CANNOT get the answer from statements (1) and (2) TOGETHER, but need even more data |
Question 15 |
A man, 2 metres tall is standing near a light on the top of a pole. What is the length of the shadow of by the man?
- The pole is 6 metres high
- The man is 4 metres from the pole.
If you can get the answer from (1) ALONE but not from (2) alone | |
If you can get the answer from (2) ALONE but not from (1) alone. | |
If you can get the answer from BOTH (1) and (2) TOGETHER, but not from (1) alone or (2) alone | |
If EITHER statement (1) ALONE OR statement (2) ALONE is sufficient. | |
If you CANNOT get the answer from statements (1) and (2) TOGETHER, but need even more data |
Question 16 |
If anyone in a position of genuine managerial responsibility approved the project, they are largely to blame for it subsequent failure. No Error.
A position | |
Approved | |
They are | |
For its | |
No Error |
Question 17 |
AB and CD are both chords of the circle with centre O. Which is longer AB or CD?
- Arc AEB is smaller than are CFD.
- The area of the circular segment CAEBD is larger than the area of circular segment ACFDB
If you can get the answer from (1) ALONE but not from (2) alone | |
If you can get the answer from (2) ALONE but not from (1) alone. | |
If you can get the answer from BOTH (1) and (2) TOGETHER, but not from (1) alone or (2) alone | |
If EITHER statement (1) ALONE OR statement (2) ALONE is sufficient. | |
If you CANNOT get the answer from statements (1) and (2) TOGETHER, but need even more data |
Question 18 |
What is the volume of soil required to fill a flower box?
- The box is 80 cm wide
- The box is 1 metre long
If you can get the answer from (1) ALONE but not from (2) alone | |
If you can get the answer from (2) ALONE but not from (1) alone. | |
If you can get the answer from BOTH (1) and (2) TOGETHER, but not from (1) alone or (2) alone | |
If EITHER statement (1) ALONE OR statement (2) ALONE is sufficient. | |
If you CANNOT get the answer from statements (1) and (2) TOGETHER, but need even more data |
Question 19 |
The advice we had gotten had come just at the right time in our dealings in this most unfortunate matter. No Error.
Advice | |
Gotten | |
Just | |
In | |
No Error |
Question 20 |
Did the XYZ Corporation have higher sales in 1998 than in 1999?
- In 1998 the sales were twice the average (arithmetic mean) of the sales in 1998, 1999 and 1970.
- In 1970, the sales were three times those in 1999.
If you can get the answer from (1) ALONE but not from (2) alone | |
If you can get the answer from (2) ALONE but not from (1) alone. | |
If you can get the answer from BOTH (1) and (2) TOGETHER, but not from (1) alone or (2) alone | |
If EITHER statement (1) ALONE OR statement (2) ALONE is sufficient. | |
If you CANNOT get the answer from statements (1) and (2) TOGETHER, but need even more data |
Question 21 |
After six months of study, the commission announced that some of the money previously allocated for water supply projects be spent instead on pollution control measures. No Error.
Six months of study | |
Some of the money | |
Previously allocated | |
Be spent | |
No Error |
Question 22 |
The situation would have been far different than it is today had Ram listened to the good advice given him by his tutor. No Error
Would have been | |
Far different than | |
Had | |
Given him | |
No Error |
Question 23 |
What is the average age of the children in a class?
- The age of the teacher is as many years as the number of children.
- The average age increases by 1 year if the teacher’s age is also included.
If you can get the answer from (1) ALONE but not from (2) alone | |
If you can get the answer from (2) ALONE but not from (1) alone. | |
If you can get the answer from BOTH (1) and (2) TOGETHER, but not from (1) alone or (2) alone | |
If EITHER statement (1) ALONE OR statement (2) ALONE is sufficient. | |
If you CANNOT get the answer from statements (1) and (2) TOGETHER, but need even more data |
Question 24 |
His conclusions are different from the ones that you and I am prepared to accept, even under the present circumstances. No Error.
From | |
Ones | |
Am | |
Accept, even | |
No Error |
Question 25 |
I am sure that it would be all right if no one but him was allowed to tender their resignation. No Error
It would | |
But him | |
Was allowed | |
Their | |
No Error |
Question 26 |
There was scarcely no time given to think about the problem before the bell rang for the end of class. No Error.
Was | |
No | |
Given | |
Before | |
No Error |
Question 27 |
Jo is the one who seems convinced that we are trying to harm her irregardless of how much we have done for her benefit. No Error.
Who | |
Are | |
Irregardless | |
How much | |
No Error |
Question 28 |
Adaptive radiation is the process whereby a given species, through gradual adaptation in several locations to a variety of different habitats, eventually become separate species with distinct characteristics and behaviors. No Error.
The process whereby | |
Through gradual adaptation | |
Of different habitats | |
Eventually become | |
No Error |
Question 29 |
How long is a bridge that crosses a river which is 250 metres wide?
- One bank of the river holds 1/5 of the bridge.
- The other bank holds 1/6 of he bridge.
If you can get the answer from (1) ALONE but not from (2) alone | |
If you can get the answer from (2) ALONE but not from (1) alone. | |
If you can get the answer from BOTH (1) and (2) TOGETHER, but not from (1) alone or (2) alone | |
If EITHER statement (1) ALONE OR statement (2) ALONE is sufficient. | |
If you CANNOT get the answer from statements (1) and (2) TOGETHER, but need even more data |
Question 30 |
Working at a constant rate, it takes worker U, 3 hours to fill up a ditch with sand. How long would it take for worker V to fill up the same ditch working alone?
- Working together U and V can fill the ditch in 1 hour 52.5 minutes
- In any length of time worker V fills in only 60% as much as worker U does in the same time.
If you can get the answer from (1) ALONE but not from (2) alone | |
If you can get the answer from (2) ALONE but not from (1) alone. | |
If you can get the answer from BOTH (1) and (2) TOGETHER, but not from (1) alone or (2) alone | |
If EITHER statement (1) ALONE OR statement (2) ALONE is sufficient. | |
If you CANNOT get the answer from statements (1) and (2) TOGETHER, but need even more data |
Question 31 |
Although the theory of continental drift was not widely accepted until the mid-twentieth century, the basic concept has been described as early as 1620. No Error.
Was not widely | |
Accepted until | |
Has been | |
As early | |
No Error |
Question 32 |
If both conveyer belt A and conveyer belt B are used, they can fill a hopper with coal in one hour. How long will it take for conveyer belt A to fill the hopper without conveyer belt B?
- Conveyer belt A moves twice as much coal as conveyer belt B.
- Conveyer belt B would take 3 hours to fill the hopper without belt A.
If you can get the answer from (1) ALONE but not from (2) alone | |
If you can get the answer from (2) ALONE but not from (1) alone. | |
If you can get the answer from BOTH (1) and (2) TOGETHER, but not from (1) alone or (2) alone | |
If EITHER statement (1) ALONE OR statement (2) ALONE is sufficient. | |
If you CANNOT get the answer from statements (1) and (2) TOGETHER, but need even more data |
Question 33 |
Everyone in the family looks well in this family portrait except uncle Sam and me. No Error
Looks | |
Well | |
Except | |
Me | |
No Error |
Question 34 |
Are two triangles congruent?
- Both triangles are right triangles.
- Both triangles have the same perimeter.
If you can get the answer from (1) ALONE but not from (2) alone | |
If you can get the answer from (2) ALONE but not from (1) alone. | |
If you can get the answer from BOTH (1) and (2) TOGETHER, but not from (1) alone or (2) alone | |
If EITHER statement (1) ALONE OR statement (2) ALONE is sufficient. | |
If you CANNOT get the answer from statements (1) and (2) TOGETHER, but need even more data |
Question 35 |
A rectangular field is 40 metres long. Find the area of the field.
- A fence around the entire boundary of the field is 140 meters long
- The field is more than 20 metres wide.
If you can get the answer from (1) ALONE but not from (2) alone | |
If you can get the answer from (2) ALONE but not from (1) alone. | |
If you can get the answer from BOTH (1) and (2) TOGETHER, but not from (1) alone or (2) alone | |
If EITHER statement (1) ALONE OR statement (2) ALONE is sufficient. | |
If you CANNOT get the answer from statements (1) and (2) TOGETHER, but need even more data |
Question 36 |
The workers were enthused over the prospects for a wage increase. No Error
Were | |
Enthused | |
Over | |
Wage | |
No Error |
Question 37 |
Train T leaves town ‘A’ for town ‘B’ and travels at a constant speed. at the same time train ‘S’ leaves town ‘B’ for town ‘A’ and also travels at a steady speed. Town ‘C’ is between A and B. Which train is traveling faster? Towns A, C and B lie on a straight line
- Train S arrives at town C before train T
- C is closer to A than to B.
If you can get the answer from (1) ALONE but not from (2) alone | |
If you can get the answer from (2) ALONE but not from (1) alone. | |
If you can get the answer from BOTH (1) and (2) TOGETHER, but not from (1) alone or (2) alone | |
If EITHER statement (1) ALONE OR statement (2) ALONE is sufficient. | |
If you CANNOT get the answer from statements (1) and (2) TOGETHER, but need even more data |
Question 38 |
Having been delayed by unfavorable weather, it was not possible for our plane to arrive in time for the connecting flight. No Error
Been delayed | |
Unfavorable | |
Was | |
In time | |
No Error |
Question 39 |
Mohan is 6 years older than Sohan. What will be the sum of their present ages?
- After 6 years the ratio of their ages will be 6:5
- The ratio of their present ages is 5:4
If you can get the answer from (1) ALONE but not from (2) alone | |
If you can get the answer from (2) ALONE but not from (1) alone. | |
If you can get the answer from BOTH (1) and (2) TOGETHER, but not from (1) alone or (2) alone | |
If EITHER statement (1) ALONE OR statement (2) ALONE is sufficient. | |
If you CANNOT get the answer from statements (1) and (2) TOGETHER, but need even more data |
Question 40 |
Send it back to whomever you think should receive it; I no longer care whose it is. No Error
Whomever | |
Should receive it | |
No longer | |
Whose | |
No Error |
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