1. Instructions for Questions 1 and 2: Each question has four options. Choose the one that best completes the sentence.

Sam was punished by the teacher for not completing the assignment_______time.

in

at

on

for

2. Dorothy had known the speaker_____a long time.

before

for

from

since

3. Instructions for Questions 3 and 4: Choose the word or pair of words that best completes the relationship to the given pair.

Miser: Hoarder

Fear: Stress

Sick: Healthy

Fragile: Breakable

Dearth: Abundance

4. Herd: Goat

Bee: Larva

Shoal: Fish

Crow: Chick

Crowd: Flock

5. Which one of the choices makes the best comparison? ELEPHANT is to UMBIQFMF as 57371846 is to?

64817375

74918385

65827476

75928486

6. In a certain language if MUSHROOM is coded as 130, then CAULIFLOWER will be coded as?

11

136

125

114

7. What would be the next number in the series? 0,'1,3,'2 3, 5, '5, ?

4

6

7

8

8. What would be the next set of letters in the series? ACD, BDE, CEF, DFG, ?

EGH

EFG

FHI

FGH

9. When a number is divided by either 4 or 8, it has a remainder of three, what is the number?

150

149

147

145

10. Jude has a mobile store. He bought 40 sets of a newly launched mobile phone a week back. He has already sold 32 sets and has recovered the cost of buying 40 sets. If he sells all the 40 sets, what will be his profit in percentage?

15%

20%

22.5%

25%

11. John is selling a camera at a profit (mark-up) of 20%. If he reduces the price by $150, he will make a loss (mark down) of 10%. What is the selling price of the camera at a profit of 20%?

$500

$550

$575

$600

12. Terry can paint a wall in 12 days. Terry and Sam together can paint the wall in 8 days. In how many days can Sam alone paint the wall?

10 Days

16 Days

24 Days

30 Days

13. Jane bought two sets of beds. One set was for $3000 and the other one was for $3800. Her husband got transferred to another city two months later so she had to sell the beds. She sold the first bed at a profit (mark-up) of 8% and the second bed at a loss of 5% (mark down). What was her net loss or profit?

$0

$-50

$50

$-24

14. The cost of manufacturing a TV set is made up of materials cost, labour cost, and overheads cost. These costs are in the ratio of 4:3:2. If the material and labour cost is increased by 1.0% and 8% respectively and overheads cost is reduced by 5%, what will be the percentage increase in the total cost?

5%

6%

7%

8%

15. Andy started online business with an investment of $50,000. Mary joined Andy as a partner after 6 months and invested $80,000. After 3 years, they earned $24,500 as profit. What was Andy's share in the profit?

$9,423

$10,250

$12,500

$10,500

16. In a class, there are 80% girls. On a particular day, 70% boys were present in the class. What was the percentage of girls who were present that day if the total class presence was 90%?

76%

85%

95%

96%

17. John had 500 show tickets. He sold 30% of the tickets at a profit (mark-up) of 20%. 45% of the tickets were sold at a discount of 10% and the balance were sold at the cost price of $10. What was his profit?

$67

$75

$-75

$-67

18. Which image will come next in the series?

19. Which figure is identical to the figure given below?

20. What will the resulting cube look like when you fold the figure given below?

21. Which figure is a mirror reflection of the shape below?

22. Jessy, Peter, Henry, Ron and Parcy are very close friends. They were all born in the same year but different months. Henry was born in the month of October and is younger than Parcy, and Peter. Parcy is younger than Jessy but is elder to Peter and Ron. Who is eldest amongst all the friends?

Jessy

Peter

Ron

Parcy

23. Sunrays School had organized a competition for its students through various activities and encouraged all its students to participate in all the competitions. Anna, Deb, Susan, Shine and Pamela participated in Long jump, Rope walk and Basketball. Anna, Susan and Shine also participated in the Painting and Singing competition. Susan won an award in the Painting competition. Deb, Shine and Pamela also participated in Throw ball and Wall climbing and Deb stood first in Wall climbing. Who participated in all the competitions?

Anna

Susan

Pamela

Shine

24. Andrews weighs twice as much as Ben while Ben is four and a half times of Cara. Cara weighs half as much as Dorothy who weighs half as much as Elly. Who is the lightest?

Andrews

Cara

Dorothy

Elly

25. Four couples, Martha and Andy, Nancy and Bob, Olivia and Charles, Pamela and Den go for dinner to a newly opened Chinese Restaurant. They request for a round table. All the couples sit in such a way that no two men or women are sitting together and the distance between any two people is exactly the same. Martha is sitting between Andy and Den. Nancy is sitting between Bob and Den. Olivia is sitting to the right of Andy. Who is sitting opposite to Martha?

Pamela

Andy

Olivia

Bob

26. Day after tomorrow is four days before Monday. What is the day today?

Friday

Thursday

Wednesday

Tuesday

27. Three girls Andrea, Bella, Charlotte and three boys David, Ethan, Frank go to watch the Tennis match. They have got 6 seats in a row. Charlotte does not want to sit with any of the girls. Ethan wants to sit with Frank but not next to Charlotte. Andrea wants to sit with David. David sits to the left of Charlotte. Bella decides to sit next to Ethan. If Charlotte sits on the seat number 57, what will be the seat number of Andrea?

54

55

59

60

28. Instructions for Question 28: The problem in the next question presents you with three true statements: Fact 1, Fact 2, and Fact 3. You are given three more statements (labelled 1,11, and III), and you must determine which of these is also a fact (if any). One or two of the statements could be true; all of the statements could be true; or none of the statements could be true. Choose your answer based solely on the information given in the first three facts.

Fact 1: Some flowers are daisies. Fact 2: Some daisies are caterpillars. Fact 3: Caterpillars eat flowers and leaves.

If all the above three statements are facts, which of the following must be a fact too?

I. All caterpillars are daisies

II. Some daisies eat flowers and leaves

III. Daisies have flowers and leaves

I only

II only

III only

I and II only

29. Instructions for Question 29: The problem below consists of three statements. Based on the first two statements, the third statement may be true, false, or uncertain.

Statement 1: Some students study for Masters after completing their Graduation. Statement 2: All students who have done Masters do very well in life. Statement 3. The students with Graduation do not do well in life. If the first two statements are true, the third statement is:

True

False

Uncertain

30. Anna takes dance classes where no two pairs of students can be together for more than 5 sessions. Pairs need to have one male and one female. Adam and Barbara had been together for 3 sessions. Peter and Sara have been together for 5 sessions. Tim and Jane have also been together for 5 sessions. Sara does not want to be paired with Tim. Who will be paired with Barbara?

Peter

Tim

Adam

Cannot be determined

Name

Email

Phone

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