## Mini Mock(Set – 17)

Input: Plate 35 Arrogant 43 66 Ranges 16 Syrup Trick 23
Step l: Trick Plate 35 Arrogant 43 66 Ranges 16 Syrup 23
Step ll: Trick 66 Plate 35 Arrogant 43 Ranges 16 Syrup 23
Step lll: Trick 66 Ranges Plate 35 Arrogant 43 16 Syrup 23
Step IV: Trick 66 Ranges 43 Plate 35 Arrogant 16 Syrup 23
Step V: Trick 66 Ranges 43 Arrogant Plate 35 16 Syrup 23
Step VI: Trick 66 Ranges 43 Arrogant 35 Plate 16 Syrup 23
Step Vll: Trick 66 Ranges 43 Arrogant 35 Plate 23 16 Syrup
Step Vlll: Trick 66 Ranges 43 Arrogant 35 Plate 23 Syrup 16
Input: 50 Smart 40 Comparison 58 25 Language 69 Mailing Review
1) What would be the last step of the given input?
a) Review 69 Language 58 Mailing 50 Smart 40 Comparison 25 69
b) Review Language 58 Mailing 50 Comparison 40 Smart 25
c) Review 69 Language 58 Mailing 50 Comparison 40 Smart 25
d) Review 69 Language 58 Mailing 50 Comparison Smart 40 25
e) None of these
2) Which element is third to the right of fourth word from the right end of step IV of the given input?

a) 58

b) 69

c) Smart

d) Review

e) None of these

3) How many elements are there between 69 and Comparison in last but one step?

a) 5

b) 3

c) 2

d) 4

e) None of these

4) What is the fifth element to the left of third element from the right in the fifth step?

a) Review

b) Mailing

c) 69

d) Language

e) None of these

5) How many steps will be required to get the output?

a) Six

b) Seven

c) Five

d) Four

e) None of these

## Mini Mock(Set – 17)

Eight persons P, Q, R, S, T, U, V and W are sitting on a circular table facing towards the centre. Each one has a different age among 16 years, 18 years, 19 years, 21 years, 25 years, 28 years, 30 years and 31 years.

The following information is known about them:-
R sits opposite to the one, who is 21 years old. There is only one person, who sits between P and V.

Neither P nor V sits opposite to R. Q sits to the immediate left of W, who is 18years old. U sits to the immediate left of one, who is the youngest among all and neither of them is adjacent to R. R is elder than S. V is elder than R. Q’s age is in even number but not 16. T is the eldest among all but does not sit adjacent to U. T does not sit opposite to P. The sum of the ages of R and Q is 55 years. U is not 21 years old.

## Mini Mock(Set – 18)

In a certain language,
“Do all good things” is coded as “P15E, T21U, L12A, E18H”,
“Great talents are destroyed” is coded as “D15D, T18G, S21T, E12A”,
“Tempered guys are dangerous” is coded as “E21U, E12A, T18H, S15D”,
“Tennis grounds are downstairs” is coded as “S18G, T21U, E12A, T15E”
1) What is the code of the word “GOOD DAY”?

a) D15G, ZIBE

b) E18H, Y15D

c) D18G, ZISE

d) E15H, Y18D

e) None of these

2) What is the code of the word “DASHBOARD”?

a) E15D

b) D15D

c) D20D

d) E15H

e) None of these

3) A moves 20 m towards east from his house. Then he remembered that he had to buy some fruits. So, A moved 20 m towards north to reach point X and then turned right and reached the medicine shop. The medicine shop is directly 20 m to the south of B’s house. Now, if the shortest distance from A’s house to B’s house is 50m, then what is the shortest distance from point X to B’s house? (Round off to nearest integer if necessary).

a) 20 m

b) 22 m

c) 30 m

d) 15 m

e) None of these

4) l. The slum dwellers of the low-lying areas of Mumbai have been evacuated with immediate effect.

ll. The government has dispatched rescue teams and doctors to the low-lying areas.

a) Statement I is the cause and statement Il is its effect

b) Statement Il is the cause and statement I is its effect

c) Both the statements I and Il are independent causes

d) Both the statements I and Il are effects of independent causes

e) Both the statements I and Il are effects of some

## Mini Mock(Set – 18)

5) All in One, a retailer of basic household necessities, have a large workforce comprising thousands of people. It pays most of them at the minimum wage rate. A recently issued notification has increased the minimum wage rate to be paid to the workers leading to a considerable increase in All in One’s operating costs. Still, the retailer’s profits are slated to increase markedly. Which of the following, if true, most helps to resolve the apparent paradox?

a) The retailer’s operating costs, other than wages, is expected to increase substantially once the increase in the minimum wage rate comes into effect.

b) When the increase in the minimum wage rate comes into effect, the retailer will also raise the
wage rate for employees who have been earning just above minimum wage.

c) The majority of the All in One’s employees work as cashiers, and most cashiers are paid the minimum wage.

d) Though All in One has a huge workforce, the number of managers, who receive heavy salaries, is very low.

e) All in One’s customer base is made up primarily of people who earn the minimum wage.

Twelve professors- A to L, take their respective classes in a week from Monday to Saturday. Each of them teaches only once in a week. Only two classes are scheduled on each day in 1st half and 2nd half of the day. It is also known that:

A takes his class in the 1st half of a day. F’s class is scheduled next to the class of E. C’s class is scheduled on Thursday and his class is not scheduled on the same half to that of D. I’s class is scheduled on Saturday.

A maximum of two classes are scheduled between D‘s and L’s classes and also, not in the same half of any day. B’s and H’s classes are scheduled on two consecutive days of the week and in the same half of the days. A minimum of five classes are scheduled between the classes of K and G. Also, G’s class is scheduled before the class of K. J’s class is scheduled in the 1st half of Tuesday. J takes his class neither on the same day nor in the same half of any day to either of B and G. D‘s class is scheduled after the class of K but not on the same day.

## Mini Mock(Set – 19)

1) Rachita enters a shop to buy icecreams, cookies and pastries. She has to buy atleast 9 units of each. She buys more cookies than ice-creams and more pastries than cookies. She picks up a total of 32 items. How many cookies does she buy ?

(a) Either 12 or 13

(b) Either 11 or 12

(c) Either 10 or 11

(d) Either 9 or 11

(e) Either 9 or 10

2) The price of Vinod varies directly as the number of pages in it and inversely as the time periods in years that have elapsed since the date Of purchasing. Two Vinods cost the same, however, the number of pages in first Vinod is triple of the second Vinod. If the first Vinod was sold 18 Years ago, how long ago was the second Vinod sold?

(a) 5 years

(b) 6 years

(c) 7 years

(d) 8 years

(e) 10 years

3) The length and breadth of the floor of a room are 20 feet and 10 feet respectively. Square tiles of 2 feet length of three different colours are to be laid to the floor. Black tiles are laid in the first row on all sides. If white titles are laid in the one-third of the remaining and blue tiles in the rest, how many blue tiles will be there?

a) 14

b) 16

c) 18

d) 20

e) None of these

4) Three pipes P, Q and R are attached to a tank in which only pipe R is an outlet pipe and the rest are inlets. Pipe P alone can fill the tank in 20 minutes and pipe Q alone can fill it in 30 minutes. A man opens both the pipes P and Q, and returns when the tank is supposed to be filled but he realized that outlet pipe R was also opened along with pipe P and Q. He closes the outlet pipe R. Find the time taken by pipe R alone to empty the full tank.

Statement l: If the pipe R is not closed, then all the pipes together can fill the tank in 144/7
minutes.

Statement II: If after closing the outlet pipe R, pipe P and Q together take 5 minutes more to fill the tank.

a) The data in statement I alone are sufficient to answer the question, while the data in statement II alone are not sufficient to answer the question.

b) The data in statement II alone are sufficient to answer the question, while the data in statement I alone are not sufficient to answer the question.

c) The data either in statement I alone or in statement II are

d) The data in both statements I and II together
are necessary to answer the question alone question.

## Mini Mock(Set – 19)

5) Akshat and Nishant were traveling to point B from point A. What is the distance between point A and point B?

Statement l: The ratio of the speed of Akshat to the speed of Nishant was 8:7, respectively and
Nishant took 4 hours to reach point B.

Statement II: The ratio of the time taken by Akshat to the time taken by Nishant was 7:8, respectively and when Akshat had reached point B Nishant was 35 km behind him.

a) The data in statement I alone are sufficient to answer the question, while the data in statement
II alone are not sufficient to answer the question.

b) The data in statement II alone are sufficient to answer the question, while the data in statement
I alone are not sufficient to answer the question.

c) The data either in statement I alone or in statement II are sufficient to answer the question.

d) The data in both statements I and II together are necessary to answer the question alone question.

e) The data given in both statements I and II together are not sufficient to answer.

A total of x students appeared in a class test consisting of three papers, viz Physics, Chemistry and Maths. The following Venn diagram shows the number of students who passed these three papers. None of the students failed in all the three papers together. Answer the given questions based on this diagram.
6) How many students are there who passed in Chemistry and Maths both but not in Physics?

(a) X/6

(b) X/5

(c) X/12

(d) X/15

(e) None of these

7) What is the difference between the number of students who passed in Chemistry and the number of students who passes in Physics? (The number of students who passed in all the three papers is 15.

(a) 6

(b) 5

(c) 8

(d) 10

(e) None of these

## Mini Mock(Set – 19)

8) How many students are there who passed in exactly one paper, if the number of students who passed in exactly two papers is 110?

(a) 156

(b) 145

(c) 135

(d) 175

(e) None of these

9) The number of students who passed in at least two papers is what percent of the total number of students?

(a) 41(2/3)%

(b) 45%

(c) 35(1/7)%

(d) 36%

(e) None of these

10) The number of students who passed in only Maths is what more than the number of students who passed in all the three papers?

(a) 500%

(b) 450%

(c) 350%

(d) 400%

(e) None of these