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स्थानीय तह विशेष


प्रकाशित मिति : २ श्रावण २०७६, बिहीबार ०८:३६

Sample Questions of Aptitude Test
Verbal reasoning
1. Find out the alternative which will replace the question mark.
O, T, T, F, F, S, S, E, (?)
A) E B) N C) O D) T
2. In the following find out the alternative which will replace the question mark.
Parts : Strap :: Wolf : ?
A) Fox B) Animal C) Flow D) Wood
3. If TABLET is coded as UACMET in a certain language, then how is CAPSULE written in that code?
A) BAORUKE B) DAQTUME C) BAQRUKE D) DAOTUME
4. The houses of A and B face eachother on a road going north-south. A’s being on the western side. Acomes out of his house, turns left,travels 5 m, turns right, travels 12 m to the front of D’s house. B doesexactly the same and reaches thefront of C’s house. In this context,which one of the followingstatements is correct ?
A) C and D live on the same street.
B) C’s house faces south.
C) The houses of C and D are less than 30 m apart.
D) None of the above
Non-verbal reasoning
5. What is the total number of triangles in the below grid ?


A) 22 B) 23 C) 26 D) 27
6. Choose the figure which is different from the rest


A) B) C) D)
7. Which of the following diagrams indicates the best relation between Examination, Questions and Practice ?


A)         B)         C)          D)

Quantitative aptitude
8. What number should come next?
8, 6, 9, 23, 87 , …
A) 174 B) 226 C) 324 D) 429
9. What number should replace the question mark?


A) 463 B) 453 C) 435 D) 47
10. A student on her first 4 tests receivedan average score of N points. If she exceeds her previous average scoreby 20 points on her fifth test, thenwhat is the average score for the first 5 tests?
A) N + 20    B) N + 10    C) N + 4    D) N + 5

General mental ability, logical reasoning and analytical ability
11. K is heavier than N. M weighs less than N. L is heavier than M but lighter than N. Which of the following statements is NOT true?
A) K weighs more than M. B) N weighs less than K.
C) M weighs more than K. C) M is the lightest of all.
Read the following passage and answer the 3 (three) items that follow:
In a survey regarding a proposed measure to be introduced, 2878 persons took part of which 1652 were males. 1226 persons voted against the proposal of which 796 were males. 1425 persons voted for the proposal. 196 females were undecided.
12. How many females voted for the proposal?
A) 430          B) 600           C) 624          D) 640
13. How many males were undecided?
A) 31       B) 227            C) 426        D) 581
14. How many females were not in favour of the proposal?
A) 430         B) 496          C) 586        D) 1226
15. Of the following statements, there are two statements both of which cannot be true but both can be false. Which are these two statements?
1. All machines make noise.
2. Some machines are noisy.
3. No machine makes noise.
4. Some machines are not noisy.
A) 1 and 2          B) 3 and 4          C) 1 and 3          D) 2 and 4
Data interpretation
The following line graph gives the ratio of the amounts of imports to the amount of exports of the certain country for the period from 1995 to 2001.

Ratio of Value of Imports to Exports Over the Years
Using the above graph and answer the next 5 questions.
16. The imports were minimum proportionate to the exports of the Country in the year?
A) 1996           B) 1997        C)2000       D) 2001
17. What was the percentage increase in imports from 1997 to 1998?
A) 72         B) 56          C) 28       D) Data inadequate
18. If the imports of the country in 1996 was Rs. 272 million, the exports from the country in 1996 was?
A) Rs. 370 million      B) Rs. 320 million      C) Rs. 280 million    D) Rs. 275 million
19. In how many of the given years were the exports more than the imports?
A) 1 year     B) 2 years       C) 3 years           D) 4 years
20. The imports were maximum proportionate to the exports of the Country in the year?
A) 1996          B) 1997           C)2000           D) 2001

Answer with Reason
1. B
Reason : first letter of one, two, three,……
2. C
Reason : coding from last letters
3. D
Reason : easy
4. C
Reason : easy
5. D
use formula : (n2 – 1) (2n – 1)/8
6. D
Reason : others have figure with one more side in CW or ACW direction but in D there is figure with six side instead of 5 side .
8. D
Reason : 8×1-2=6, 6×2-3=9, 9×3-4=23, 23×4-5=87, 87×5-6=529 .
9. B
Reason : In 453, 4×2=8, 5×3=15, 3×4=12
10. C
mean = 4N+N+20/5=N+4
11. C
Reason : easily
12. B         13. A
14. A         15. B
16. B         17. D
18. B        19. C
20. D

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