## Mini Mock

(Set – 20)

**In a certain code, the symbol for 0 is # and for 1 is @. The numbers greater than 1 are to be represented using these two symbols only. The value of the symbol for 1 doubles itself every time it shifts one place to the left. Study the following examples.**

** ‘0’ is written as # ‘1’ is written as @**

** ‘2’ is written as @# ‘3’ is written as @@**

** ‘4’ is written as @## ‘5’ is written as @#@**

** And so on**

** 1) What is the LCM of (@@@@) and (@#@##)**

A) @@@#@#

B) @@@###

C) @@@@##

D) #@##@@@

E) None of these

**2) What will be (@##@#@) – (@#@@)**

A) 22

B) 32

C) 26

D) 30

E) 33

**3) What will be (@@#@##) + (@@#) – (@@@@)**

A) 40

B) 32

C) 22

D) 5

0 E) 43

**4) In the question below are given few statements depicting an issue or a problem You have to assume everything in the statements to be true and on the basis of the information given, decide which of the suggested courses of action logically follow(s).**

** Due to a large number of street food vendors outside school S, students are consuming unhealthy junk food and falling sick. Which of the following is the most suitable course(s) of action?**

1. Healthy alternatives should be sold in the school canteen, and children should be encouraged to consume those instead.

2. The school authorities should take steps to ensure that street food vendors shift their business elsewhere.

a) Only 1 follows

b) Only 2 follows

c) Either 1 or 2 follows

d) d) Neither 1 nor 2 follows

e) Both 1 and 2 follow

## Mini Mock

(Set – 20)

**5) In each of the questions below, three statements are given which may or may not have a causeeffect relationship with one or more of the other statements. From the given options, choose the one that depicts the correct relationship between the statements.**

l. The government has implemented a project that aims to reduce stubble burning.

ll. The problem of open burning of agricultural stubble has resulted in serious issues contributing towards global warming and environmental pollution

III. The straw burning is age-old agricultural practice followed by farmers biannually by setting fire to their fields to clear the land of residue (straw) of one harvest and sow the next.

a) I is the cause and II and III are its effects.

b) I and III are the causes, and II is its effect.

c) Both I and II are independent causes.

d) I and III are effects of a common cause and II is neutral.

e) II is the cause, I is its effect, and III is neutral

**There are seven captains (A, B, C, D, E, F and G) of seven different teams among- India, Australia, ****South Africa, Bangladesh, Sri lanka, Kenya and Pakistan, but not necessarily in the same order. All these teams won different number of matches in the series among- 3, 4, 6, 8, 9, 11 and 13, again not necessarily in the same order. **

**Bangladesh won 5 matches more than that of Kenya, whose captain is F. Pakistan, whose captain is G, won at most 2 matches less than that of Bangladesh. Australia won 7 matches less than that of the team whose captain is C. **

**South Africa won at most 6 matches more than that of Australia. India, whose captain is E, won either lowest or highest number of matches. The team whose captain is D, has won at least 9 matches. A won more number of matches than that of B and neither of them is the captain of South Africa.**

** The sum of the number of matches won by both A and B together is at most 11.**

## Mini Mock

(Set – 21)

**In a school there are total 120 staff members and 800 students. 65 per cent of the number of staff members are teachers and the remaining staff members are administrative officials. Out of the total number of students 45 per cent are girls. Twenty per cent of the number of girls can speak only Hindi. The remaining girls can speak both Hindi and English. Three-fourths of the number of boys can speak only Hindi. The remaining boys can speak both Hindi and English. Two-thirds of the number of teachers are males. Five-fourteenths of the number of administrative officials are females.**

**1. What is the difference between the number of boys (student) who can speak both Hindi and ****English and the number of girls (student) who can speak both Hindi and English?**

(1) 164

(2) 178

(3) 188

(4) 174

(5) None of these

**2. The total number of girls (student) is what percentage of the total number of staff members in the school?**

(1) 350

(2) 300

(3) 400

(4) 450

(5) None of these

**3) Amit takes 12 hours and Biswa takes 8 hours to read a Vinod. Both started reading Vinods at the same time. After how many hours the number of pages remaining to be read by amit will be twice to that to be read by Biswa? Assume Amit and Biswa read all the pages at a constant speed?**

(1) 5

(2) 6

(3) 4

(4) 7

(5) None of these

**4) There are two bags, one red and other black. The red bag contains 9 balls of which 4 are yellow. The black bag contains 17 balls of which 9 are yellow. The probability of selecting a red bag is 4/7 while the probability of selecting a black bag is 3/7. Find the probability that when a ball is selected at random, it is not yellow ?**

(1) 545/1071

(2) 556/1077

(3) 556/1071

(4) 526/1071

(5) None of these

**5) A hotel charges a certain fixed cost for a buffet and a fixed additional cost per head. If 20 guests turn up the cost comes up to Rs 200 per head, while if 10 more guests turns up the per head cost drops to Rs 150 per head; What is the minimum number of guests so that the cost will drop to Rs 125 per head?**

(1) 41

(2) 40

(3) 42

(4) 45

(5) None of these

## Mini Mock

(Set – 21)

**6) Time taken by A and B together to complete a work is equal to the time taken by C and D together to complete that work. Also time taken by B and C together to complete that work is two times the time taken by A and D together. If B alone can complete the work in 8 days and D alone can complete the work in 4 days. What is the ratio of efficiencies of A, B, C, and D?**

(1) 2 : 1 : 1 : 2

(2) 1 : 2 : 1 : 2 (

3) 2 : 1 : 2 : 1

(4) 1 : 2 : 2 : 1

(5) None of these

## Mini Mock

(Set – 22)

**There are 500 students in a class who appeared in an exam comprising Paper P1 and P2. The ****ratio of the number of boys to girls is 7 : 3. Out of the total boys, 44% passed in Paper P2 only, ****which is 82 more than the total number of girls who passed in Paper P2 only. 28% of girls passed in Paper P1 only, which is one-third of the total number of boys who passed in both the papers. No one failed in both the papers.**

**1) The total number of boys who passed in Paper P1 only is what per cent of the total number of students who appeared in the exam?**

(1) 12%

(2) 14%

(3) 16%

(4) 18%

(5) 20%

**2) What percentage of girls passed in both the papers?**

(1) 16%

(2) 20%

(3) 24%

(4) 28%

(5) 32%

**3) A bag contains X red balls, (x+2) green balls and 2 yellow balls. The probability of drawing a red ball and a green ball from the bag is 4/11, if there are two types of green balls, i.e dark green and light green in the ratio 2:1 respectively, then find the number of dark green balls in the bag.**

(a) 5

(b) 2

(c) 4

(d) 6

(e) None Of these

**4) There are 63 cards in a box numbered from 01 to 63. Every card is numbered with only 1 number.**

** Quantity 1: Probability of picking up a card whose digits, if interchanged, result in a number which is 36 more than the number picked up.**

** Quantity 2: Probability of picking up a card, the number printed on which is a multiple of 8 but not that of 16.**

A. Quantity 1 < Quantity 2

B. Quantity 2 < Quantity 1

C. Quantity 1 = Quantity 2

D. Can’t establish a relation

E. None of the above

## Mini Mock

(Set – 22)

**5) Quantity I: A and B together can do a piece of work in 4 days. If A alone can do the same work in 6 days, then B alone can do the same work in?**

** Quantity II: A can do a piece of work in 4 hours; B and C together can do it in 3 hours, while A and C together can do it in 2 hours. How long will B alone take to do it?**

A) Quantity I > Quantity II

B) Quantity I ≥ Quantity II

C) Quantity II > Quantity I

D) Quantity II ≥ Quantity I

E) Quantity I = Quantity II or Relation cannot be established

**6) Quantity I: The ratio between the speeds of two trains is 7 : 8. If the second train runs 400 km in 4 hours, then the speed of the first train is: Quantity II: Find the speed of a train which passes a tree in 12 seconds. The length of the train is 264m.**

A) Quantity I > Quantity II

B) Quantity I ≥ Quantity II

C) Quantity II > Quantity I

D) Quantity II ≥ Quantity I

E) Quantity I = Quantity II or Relation cannot be established

**7) Meera walked to school at a speed of 3 miles per hour. Once she reached the school, she realized that she forgot to bring her Vinods, so rushed back home at a speed of 6 miles per hour. She then walked back to school at a speed of 4 miles per hour. All the times, she walked in the same route. Quantity I: Her average speed over the entire journey. Quantity II: 4 mph**

A. Quantity I > Quantity II

B. Quantity I < Quantity II

C. Quantity I >Quantity II

D. Quantity I

## Mini Mock

(Set – 22)

**8) A shopkeeper buys a watch and a speaker for a total of Rs.1600. He sells the watch at 30% profit and the speaker at a profit of 20% after offering a discount of 20% on the marked price for speaker. If his total profit is 25.625%, how much more profit he would have obtained, had he sold the speaker at its marked price?**

A. Rs.225

B. Rs.180

C. Rs.210

D. Rs.216

E. None of these

## Mini Mock

(Set – 23)

A) If the data in statement I alone is sufficient to answer the question.

B) If the data in statement II alone is sufficient to answer the question.

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

D) If the data given in both I and II together are not sufficient to answer the question.

E) If the data in both the statements I and II together are necessary to answer the question.

**1) Point G is in which direction with respect to point D?**

Statement I: Point C is 3 m north of point D. Point E is 2 m north of point F. Point E is 8 m east of

point D. Point K is 2m north of point I. Point G is 3 m north of point H. Point B is 6 m west of point C. Point H is 4 m east of point I.

Statement II: A person starts from point K in south direction. He walks for 5 m and takes a left turn. Next he walks for 3 m before turning to his right. Now he walks for 2 m and turns to his left. Next he walks for 6 m and again turns to his left. After walking some distance he reaches point F.

**2) What is the rank of C in her class?**

Statement I: In a class of 40 children, there are 3 people between the ranks of A and C. B is at 20th position from bottom. A is at 5th position below B.

Statement II: D has got 27th position from the front. C is below D in rank. There are 4 people between the ranks of C and F.

**3) A college is conducting examination of five different subjects viz. Control system, Mathematics, Digital electronics, Communication system and Mechanics on five different days starting from January 1 to January 5 of the same year. Is Mathematics exam conducted on January 3?**

Statement I: Two exams are conducted between Communication system and Mechanics. Mechanics is held before Communication system . Mathematics exam is on the day immediately next to the day of Control system examination.

Statement II: Three exams are scheduled between Digital electronics and Communication system . Mechanics exam is immediately before Control system.

## Mini Mock

(Set – 23)

A) If the data in statement I alone is sufficient to answer the question.

B) If the data in statement II alone is sufficient to answer the question.

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

D) If the data given in both I and II together are not sufficient to answer the question.

E) If the data in both the statements I and II together are necessary to answer the question.

**4) There were 8 match boxes stacked one above the another. They were numbered 1-8 from ****bottom to top. Each box had different units of match sticks ranging between 1-8. The boxes were coloured differently and the sticks gave different coloured flames. The colours were red, green, yellow, pink, blue, orange, purple and golden. The colour of the box and the colour of the flame was not the same for any of the boxes. Which colored box is on number 8 position.**

Statement I: The purple coloured box was kept 5 boxes above the orange box. Box number 8 was either blue or red coloured. The blue and golden boxes were kept consecutively.

Statement II: Blue box had sticks which gave red flame. Only the box that had sticks giving red

flame had the same box number as the number of sticks. Orange colored box has 8 sticks.

**5) Statements:**

** Some brick are greed.**

** No greed is a dose.**

** All doses are feed.**

** Conclusions:**

(i) Some brick are not doses.

(ii) No feed are a greed.

(a) Only conclusion I follow

(b) Only conclusion II follow

(c) Either I or II follow

(d) Neither I nor II follow

(e) Both I and II follow.

## Mini Mock

(Set – 23)

**6) Statements:**

** All bowl is foul.**

** Some foul are crabs.**

** All crabs are pawn.**

** Conclusions:**

(i) All bowl being pawn is a possibility.

(ii) All crabs being bowl is a possibility.

(a) Only conclusion I follow(

(b) Only conclusion II follow

(c) Either I or II follow

(d) Neither I nor II follow

(e) Both I and II follow.

**Five friends A, B, C, D and E are working in 5 different Companies P, Q, R, S and T and they earn ****different salaries i.e. Rs 9000, ****Rs 12000, Rs 15000, Rs 18000 and Rs 21000 and they all are of different ages i.e. 26, 27, 28, 29 and 30 years not necessarily in same order.**

• Salary of the person who works in S is 6000 more than the salary of the person who works in Q

• Person who is 29 year old earns highest salary but does not work at P and Q.

• E does not work at S and T and his age is not 30.

• The salary of D is less than Rs 15000.

• The person who is 27 years old earns Rs 18000 per month.

• A earns Rs 12000 per month but does not work at Q and S.

• B works at P and earns more than Rs 15000.

• Person who is 28 years old works at T.

• 30 years old person earns at least Rs 15000.

## Mini Mock

(Set – 24)

I**nput: Motion 36 19 Machine Magnet 64 Magic 41 Monday Matter 225 59**

** Step – I: 59 Motion 36 19 Machine Magnet Magic 41 Monday Matter 225 64**

** Step -II: 59 41 Motion 19 Machine Magnet Magic Monday Matter 225 64 36**

** Step -III: 59 41 19 Motion Machine Magnet Magic Monday Matter 225 64 36**

** Step-IV: 59 41 19 Magic Motion Machine Magnet Monday Matter 225 64 36**

** Step-V: 59 41 19 Magic Machine Motion Magnet Monday Matter 225 64 36**

** Step-VI: 59 41 19 Magic Machine Motion Matter Magnet Monday 225 64 36**

** Step-VII: 16 9 64 9 25 196 324 400 625 20 24 18**

** Step-VIII: 7 9 1 9 7 7 9 4 4 2 6 9**

** Step-IX: 1 2 4 4 6 7 7 7 9 9 9 9**

** Input: Ration Radar Rebuttal 49 Refined 23 256 100 47 Refurbish 67 Regress**

1) In step VI, what would be the fifth element from the right?

a) Rebuttal

b) Radar

c) Ration

d) 49

e) None of these

**2) What would be the output for the given input?**

a) 1 9 1 7 1 9 7 9 1 6 0 9

b) 0 1 1 1 6 6 7 7 9 9 9 9

c) 1 9 1 9 1 7 9 1 6 0 9 9

d) 0 1 1 6 6 6 7 7 7 9 9 9

e) None of these

**3) In step V, how many elements would be there between ‘Refurbish’ and ‘1 00’?**

a) Six

b) Four

c) Seven

d) Five

e) None of these

**4) ‘1 9 1 64 16 196 144 324 361 60 0 36’ would be the output for which of the following steps?**

a) Step V

b) Step VI

c) Step Vll

d) step VIll

e) No such step exists

**5) How many steps will be required to complete the rearrangement?**

a) Four

b) Five

c) Six

d) Seven

e) None of these

## Mini Mock

(Set – 24)

**Eight friends Abhishek, Prabhat, Rohan, Aman, Vinay, Sunil, Vinod and Dushyant are sitting around a rectangular table. Some of them are facing outside the center while some of them are facing towards the center.**

** Three of them are sitting at the longer Side of the table while the remaining two, one of which is Dushyant, is sitting at the shorter side of the table. Abhishek and Prabhat are sitting on the same side of the table and both of them are facing outside the center. **

**Rohan and Vinay are adjacent to each other but they are not on the same Side of the table. Both Rohan as well as Vinay are facing in the same direction i.e. either towards the center or away from the center. Sunil who is sitting second to the right of Vinay sat immediate next to Dushyant. **

**To avoid confusion Aman sat away from abhishek and Prabhat. Abhishek is second to the left of Vinod. Person sitting on the longer side of the table are facing in the same direction i.e. all sitting on the same longer side must be facing in the same direction while all sitting on the shorter side must face in the opposite direction.**

## Mini Mock

(Set – 25)

**Manu and Rahul stand out in a class linearly 4 kms apart from each other standing on the same ****horizontal starting line with Manu on the far west and Rahul on the far east side of the stretch. Initially, Manu faces south direction whereas Rahul faces East. Manu then turns 180 degree anticlockwise and walks 2 kms. He then turns right again and walks a km. Rahul meanwhile starts by turning right and walking 2kms. Turning a right again he walks a km. He then makes a final right turn and walks 4kms.**

** 1) What is the distance between Manu and Rahul and what direction is Rahul facing?**

a) 5kms, North

b) 2kms, East

c) 2kms, North

d) 3kms, East

e) None of these

**2) After covering all the given distance, If Rahul walked 1 km in the east and then turned left and ****walked for 4km. Then find the distance between Manu and Rahul?**

a) 10km

b) 7km

c) 4km

d) 5km

e) 3km

**3) If it is possible to make a meaningful word with the second, third, fourth and eighth letters of the word ‘COMBINATION’, which of the following will be the third letter of that word? If no such word can be made, give ‘X’ as the answer and if more than one such word can be formed, give ‘Z’ as the**

answer.

a) M

b) I

c) O

d) X

e) Z

A) If the data in statement I alone is sufficient to answer the question.

B) If the data in statement II alone is sufficient to answer the question.

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

D) If the data given in both I and II together are not sufficient to answer the question.

E) If the data in both the statements I and II together are necessary to answer the question.

**4) Six persons – Anna, Barney, Charlie, David, Ellie and Fiona are from three different schools Columbus School, Central Peel High School and Mother Mary High School. At least one and at most two persons belong to each school. From which school is Charlie?**

Statement I: David and Ellie are from the same school but not Columbus School. Anna and Charlie are from different schools.

Statement II: Neither Barney nor Anna is from Columbus School.

## Mini Mock

(Set – 25)

**5) Among parks l, II, III, IV, V, VI which has the highest number of trees?**

Statement I: Park III has higher number of trees than only two parks. Park II has higher number of trees than first but doesn’t have the highest number of trees. Park V has higher number of trees than only Park VI.

Statement II: Park I has lower number of trees than only two parks. Park V has higher number of trees than Park VI but lower than Park Ill. Park Ill has lower number of trees than Park l. Park II has lower number of trees than Park IV.

**In an international tournament, India is to play cricket matches against seven nations namely Australia, Bangladesh, England, Pakistan, South Africa, Sri Lanka and West Indies, on seven different days of the same week starting from Sunday to Saturday. Also, these matches are to be conducted at different venues among Ahmedabad, Chennai, Delhi, Himachal Pradesh, Kolkata, Mumbai and Nagpur. None of the information given above is necessarily in the same order.**

** The match against Bangladesh is to be played in Nagpur exactly in the middle of the week. The ****match against England is to be played in Kolkata. Exactly three matches are scheduled between the matches against Australia and Sri Lanka. The match against West Indies is to be played in Chennai on a day which falls between the days on which matches against Bangladesh and Pakistan are to be played. **

**The match which is to be conducted in Ahmedabad is scheduled immediately after the match which is to be conducted in Mumbai. The match which is to be conducted in Himachal Pradesh is not scheduled on Monday. The match which is to be conducted in Delhi is against Pakistan and is scheduled on Sunday.**

**Mini Mock**

(Set – 26)

**1) The ratio of time taken by a boat to cover certain distance in downstream to the time taken by the boat to cover the same distance in upstream is 2 : 3. Find the time taken (in hours) to cover 48km in upstream if the speed of the current is 3 km/h?**

a) 3

b) 4

c) 5

d) 6

e) None of these

**2) A refrigerator is filled with 18 juice bottles of three different colours: red, yellow and green. The probability of choosing either a red or yellow coloured bottle is 2/3. If 3 bottles are chosen at random, find the probability that at most 2 bottles are green.**

a) 109/301

b) 109/204

c) 189/204

d) 199/204

e) None of these

**3) Ramendra gives away amount of Rs. 320 to five children, Jadeja, Rohit, Rahul, Kundan and Nataraj. The ratio of amount received by Kundan, Nataraj and Jadeja is 3:(x + 1):6, respectively and the ratio of amount received by Jadeja, Rohit and Rahul is 3:x:5 respectively. Find the value of x, if Jadeja and Kundan together received Rs. 90.**

a) 3

b) 4

c) 5

d) 6

e) 7

**4) A shopkeeper buys a watch and a speaker for a total of Rs.1600. He sells the watch at 30% profit and the speaker at a profit of 20% after offering a discount of 20% on the marked price for speaker. If his total profit is 25.625%, how much more profit he would have obtained, had he sold the speaker at its marked price?**

A. Rs.225

B. Rs.180

C. Rs.210

D. Rs.216

E. None of these

**In an entrance examination, there were 200 questions, each of which carried the same marks. A ****correct answer gets 2 marks and there is 100% negative marking. A total of 70 candidates took the exam and It was later found that the average marks obtained by these 70 candidates was 240.**

**5) If the topper had a net score of 380 and the sixth ranker had a net score of 370 and the net ****scores of the top six rankers were distinct, then what would be the average net score of the 64 student who got ranks from the seventh to the last?**

(a) 225

(b) 275

(c) 245

(d) 240

(e) None Of these

## Mini Mock

(Set – 26)

**6) When the scores of the top four students are deleted, the average score of the remaining 66 students falls by 6 marks. Assume that it is possible for two or more students to have the same net score. What is the minimum score possible for the fourth ranking student if no student got a net score Of more then 352?**

(a) 280

(b) 300

(c) 308

(d) 320

(e) None of these

**7) Total number of male voters from district A and B together are how much percent more/less ****than total number of female voters from district**

** E and D together?**

(a) 7%

(b) 6%

(c) 5%

(d) 10%

(e) None of these

**8) The average number of voters from district B, C and D together are approximately what percent less/more than the no. of male of voters from districts D, E and F together?**

(a) 33.33%

(b) 24.44%

(c) 66.66%

(d) 16.66%

(e) none of these

**9) Find the ratio of the male voters from district D and E together to the female voters form district C, E and F together?**

(a) 10 : 31

(b) 10 : 41

(c) 10 : 51

(d) 10 : 61

(e) None of these

**10) The no. of female voters from district F is what percent more/less than the no. of male voters from district A? (rounded off to nearest integer)**

(a) 290%

(b) 230%

(c) 300%

(d) 305%

(e) None of these

**11) Find the ratio of no. of male voters from districts B and E to the no. of female voters from districts C and A?**

(a) 351:430

(b) 341:230

(c) 361:430

(d) 231:410

(e) None of these