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Question 1 of 100
1. Question
2 pointsCategory: ReasoningFlexible : Rigid : : Confidence : ?
Correct
Explanation:
Antonyms are used. Confidence is antonym of DiffidenceIncorrect
Explanation:
Antonyms are used. Confidence is antonym of Diffidence 
Question 2 of 100
2. Question
2 pointsCategory: Reasoning35 : 217 : :15 : ?
Correct
Explanation:
6^2 – 1, 6^3 + 1
4^2 – 1, 4^3 + 1Incorrect
Explanation:
6^2 – 1, 6^3 + 1
4^2 – 1, 4^3 + 1 
Question 3 of 100
3. Question
2 pointsCategory: ReasoningFATHER : GZUIDS : : PROBLEM : ?
Correct
Explanation:
Each vowel replaced by previous letter, and each consonant by next letter.
Directions (45): Find the missing number from the given responses:Incorrect
Explanation:
Each vowel replaced by previous letter, and each consonant by next letter.
Directions (45): Find the missing number from the given responses: 
Question 4 of 100
4. Question
2 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirections (45): Find the missing number from the given responses:
Correct
Explanation:
3+5+2+4 = 14, 14+13 = 27
6+2+3+5 = 16, 16+21 = 37
2+3+9+5 = 19, 19+29Incorrect
Explanation:
3+5+2+4 = 14, 14+13 = 27
6+2+3+5 = 16, 16+21 = 37
2+3+9+5 = 19, 19+29 
Question 5 of 100
5. Question
2 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirections (45): Find the missing number from the given responses:
Correct
Explanation:
See column wise, 4*15*21 = 6*14*15 = 12*35*3Incorrect
Explanation:
See column wise, 4*15*21 = 6*14*15 = 12*35*3 
Question 6 of 100
6. Question
2 pointsCategory: ReasoningFrom amongst the given alternatives, select the one in which the set of numbers is most like the set of numbers given below:
(7, 16, 34)Correct
Explanation:
7+9 = 16, 16 + (9*2) = 34
6+7 = 13, 13 + (7*2) = 27Incorrect
Explanation:
7+9 = 16, 16 + (9*2) = 34
6+7 = 13, 13 + (7*2) = 27 
Question 7 of 100
7. Question
2 pointsCategory: ReasoningArrange the following words according to the dictionary:
A. TORTOISE B.TORONTO C. TORPED D. TORUS E. TORSELCorrect
Incorrect

Question 8 of 100
8. Question
2 pointsCategory: ReasoningX is brother of Y whose father is R. S who is the maternal uncle of X is the brother of T. What is T to R?
Correct
Explanation:
R is father of X and Y and S is their maternal uncle.
Considering given options, it may be assumed that T is wife of R.Incorrect
Explanation:
R is father of X and Y and S is their maternal uncle.
Considering given options, it may be assumed that T is wife of R. 
Question 9 of 100
9. Question
2 pointsCategory: ReasoningIf the day after tomorrow is Monday, what day was tomorrow’s day before yesterday?
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Explanation:
Today is Saturday
Now day before yesterday was Thursday, then tomorrow’s day is FridayIncorrect
Explanation:
Today is Saturday
Now day before yesterday was Thursday, then tomorrow’s day is Friday 
Question 10 of 100
10. Question
2 pointsCategory: ReasoningIf HONESTY is written as 5132468 and POVERTY as 7192068, how is HORSE written in certain code?
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Explanation:
In both, HONESTY and POVERTY, O is 1, T is 6, Y is 8, so on.Incorrect
Explanation:
In both, HONESTY and POVERTY, O is 1, T is 6, Y is 8, so on. 
Question 11 of 100
11. Question
2 pointsCategory: ReasoningIf 422 = 4, 932 = 5, 825 = 9, then 413 = ?
Correct
Explanation:
4/2 = 2, 2+2 = 4
9/3 = 3, 3+2 = 5, and so onIncorrect
Explanation:
4/2 = 2, 2+2 = 4
9/3 = 3, 3+2 = 5, and so on 
Question 12 of 100
12. Question
2 pointsCategory: ReasoningAmong the four answer figures, which figure can be formed from the cutpieces given below in the question figure?
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Question 13 of 100
13. Question
2 pointsCategory: ReasoningIn the mirror is placed on the line LM, then which of the following figures is the right image of the given question figure?
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Explanation:
The image upside will become downside.Incorrect
Explanation:
The image upside will become downside. 
Question 14 of 100
14. Question
2 pointsCategory: ReasoningStatements: Some metals are plastics. All plastics are cloths. No cloth is a thread.
Conclusions:
I. Some threads are not plastics.
II. Some cloths are metalsCorrect
Explanation:
All threads are plastics is not a possibility so I follows.Incorrect
Explanation:
All threads are plastics is not a possibility so I follows. 
Question 15 of 100
15. Question
2 pointsCategory: ReasoningA word is represented by only one set of numbers as give in any one of the alternatives. The sets of numbers in the alternatives are represented by two classes of alphabets as in two matrices given below. The columns and rows of matrix I are numbered from 0 to 4 and that of matrix II are numbered from 5 to 9. A letter from these matrices can be represented first by its row and next by its column, e.g. M can be represented by 56, 68, etc. and A can be represented by 01, 14, etc. Similarly you have to identify the set for the word ‘SOUTH’.
Correct
Explanation:
Check all options, only in C option all letters match with the numbers.Incorrect
Explanation:
Check all options, only in C option all letters match with the numbers. 
Question 16 of 100
16. Question
2 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirections (1617): Complete the sequence such that it completes the pattern in the series.
_ _ a b a _ _b a _ a b
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Explanation:
The sequence is ab ab ab ab ab abIncorrect
Explanation:
The sequence is ab ab ab ab ab ab 
Question 17 of 100
17. Question
2 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirections (1617): Complete the sequence such that it completes the pattern in the series.
_ a _ a a a b a _ _ b a _ a b _
Correct
Explanation:
The sequence is aaba aaba aaba aabaIncorrect
Explanation:
The sequence is aaba aaba aaba aaba 
Question 18 of 100
18. Question
2 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirections (1820): Find the odd word/letters/numbers from the given alternatives.
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Explanation:
All other options contain both similar type of itemsIncorrect
Explanation:
All other options contain both similar type of items 
Question 19 of 100
19. Question
2 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirections (1820): Find the odd word/letters/numbers from the given alternatives.
Correct
Explanation:
All others have only one vowel, while INMOR has two vowelsIncorrect
Explanation:
All others have only one vowel, while INMOR has two vowels 
Question 20 of 100
20. Question
2 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirections (1820): Find the odd word/letters/numbers from the given alternatives.
Correct
Explanation:
E = (B+2)+1, L = (G+4)+1, U = (S+1)+1Incorrect
Explanation:
E = (B+2)+1, L = (G+4)+1, U = (S+1)+1 
Question 21 of 100
21. Question
2 pointsCategory: ReasoningTwo position of dice are shown below. When three is at the top what number will be at the bottom?
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Question 22 of 100
22. Question
2 pointsCategory: ReasoningWhich of the following word pair is not related in the same way as ‘RETURNABLE’ and ‘NATURAL’?
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Explanation:
All letters of second word are contained in the first word.Incorrect
Explanation:
All letters of second word are contained in the first word. 
Question 23 of 100
23. Question
2 pointsCategory: ReasoningIn a class of 39 students, Ramit is 8 ranks ahead of Kishan. If Kishan’s rank is 17th from the last, what is Ramit’s rank from the start?
Correct
Explanation:
Kishan’s rank is 17th from the last, so from first he is at (3917)+1 = 23rd rank
Ramit is 8 ranks ahead, so Ramit is at (238) = 15Incorrect
Explanation:
Kishan’s rank is 17th from the last, so from first he is at (3917)+1 = 23rd rank
Ramit is 8 ranks ahead, so Ramit is at (238) = 15 
Question 24 of 100
24. Question
2 pointsCategory: ReasoningHow many pairs of letters are there in the word (in both direction) ACTIVATION, each of which has as many letters between them as in the English alphabet?
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Explanation:
In forward direction – CI, TV
In reverse direction – TV, NOIncorrect
Explanation:
In forward direction – CI, TV
In reverse direction – TV, NO 
Question 25 of 100
25. Question
2 pointsCategory: ReasoningFive people – A, B, C, D, E are paying with a ball with ball can go to each other only once. The one who has the ball in starting of game gives to C, the one who has the ball at last had taken it from A. E was not the first or last who had ball. There were two people in between B and A who had ball in their hands. Who had the ball at last?
Correct
Explanation:
The order from start to last is B C E A DIncorrect
Explanation:
The order from start to last is B C E A D 
Question 26 of 100
26. Question
2 pointsCategory: Static GKCripps Mission came to India in the year
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Explanation:
Quit India Movement also started in 1942Incorrect
Explanation:
Quit India Movement also started in 1942 
Question 27 of 100
27. Question
2 pointsCategory: Static GKWhat is the capital of Kosovo?
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Question 28 of 100
28. Question
2 pointsCategory: Static GKThe writer of book series “Panchtantra” is
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Question 29 of 100
29. Question
2 pointsCategory: Static GKHeart Transplantation Therapy was invented by
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Question 30 of 100
30. Question
2 pointsCategory: Static GKThe first Chief Justice of India after independence was
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Question 31 of 100
31. Question
2 pointsCategory: Static GKThomas Cup is related to which of the following sports?
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Question 32 of 100
32. Question
2 pointsCategory: Static GKWhich pair of people got Nobel Prize for Chemistry in 2015?
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Question 33 of 100
33. Question
2 pointsCategory: Static GKBIS stands for
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Question 34 of 100
34. Question
2 pointsCategory: Static GKSwaraj is my Birth Right and I shall have it. The slogan was given by
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Question 35 of 100
35. Question
2 pointsCategory: Static GKThe tenure of the Rajya Sabha is
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Explanation:
Rajya Sabha is not subject to dissolution. 1/3rd of its members retire every second year. Each member elected for 6 years.Incorrect
Explanation:
Rajya Sabha is not subject to dissolution. 1/3rd of its members retire every second year. Each member elected for 6 years. 
Question 36 of 100
36. Question
2 pointsCategory: Static GKThe ability of the eye to see in the dark is due to the production of a purple pigment known as
Correct
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Question 37 of 100
37. Question
2 pointsCategory: Static GKWhich river is called the “Sorrow of Bihar”?
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Explanation:
The Kosi River is called the “Sorrow of Bihar” due to its flooding, which has resulted in human suffering. The Damodar River is called the “Sorrow of Bengal”.Incorrect
Explanation:
The Kosi River is called the “Sorrow of Bihar” due to its flooding, which has resulted in human suffering. The Damodar River is called the “Sorrow of Bengal”. 
Question 38 of 100
38. Question
2 pointsCategory: Static GKWhat is the tenure period of Attorney General of India?
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Question 39 of 100
39. Question
2 pointsCategory: Static GKTetra ethyl lead is
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Incorrect

Question 40 of 100
40. Question
2 pointsCategory: Static GKMuddy water is allowed to stand for some time and the clay or sand particles settle at bottom. This process is called
Correct
Explanation:
It is also called sedimentation. The process is used when one component is liquid and other is insoluble.Incorrect
Explanation:
It is also called sedimentation. The process is used when one component is liquid and other is insoluble. 
Question 41 of 100
41. Question
2 pointsCategory: Static GKA loan that is made for a very short period of few days only or for a week is called
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Question 42 of 100
42. Question
2 pointsCategory: Static GKWhich of the following is not a role assigned to Science and Technology Enterpreneurship Parks?
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Question 43 of 100
43. Question
2 pointsCategory: Static GKThe world’s only floating national park is situated in
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Explanation:
Keibul Lamjao National ParkIncorrect
Explanation:
Keibul Lamjao National Park 
Question 44 of 100
44. Question
2 pointsCategory: Static GKRed data book gives information about species which are
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Incorrect

Question 45 of 100
45. Question
2 pointsCategory: Static GKThe lowest layer of atmosphere is
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Incorrect

Question 46 of 100
46. Question
2 pointsCategory: Static GKIn India the first live telecast of railway budget took place in the year
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Incorrect

Question 47 of 100
47. Question
2 pointsCategory: Static GKRusting of iron requires
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Explanation:
Rust is another name for iron oxide, which occurs when iron or an alloy that contains iron, like steel, is exposed to oxygen and moisture for a long period of time.Incorrect
Explanation:
Rust is another name for iron oxide, which occurs when iron or an alloy that contains iron, like steel, is exposed to oxygen and moisture for a long period of time. 
Question 48 of 100
48. Question
2 pointsCategory: Static GKThe sound produced by a bat is
Correct
Explanation:
Bats use ultrasonic sound for navigation.Incorrect
Explanation:
Bats use ultrasonic sound for navigation. 
Question 49 of 100
49. Question
2 pointsCategory: Static GKWhose scientific name is Columba livia?
Correct
Explanation:
The rock dove (Columba livia) or rock pigeon is a member of the bird family Columbidae (doves and pigeons)Incorrect
Explanation:
The rock dove (Columba livia) or rock pigeon is a member of the bird family Columbidae (doves and pigeons) 
Question 50 of 100
50. Question
2 pointsCategory: Static GKSeleucus Nicator was defeated by
Correct
Incorrect

Question 51 of 100
51. Question
2 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeIn an isosceles triangle ABC, AB = AC. Taking AB as diameter a circle is drawn which intersects BC at point D. If length BD = 6 cm then length of CD?
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Explanation:
ABC is isosceles with AB = B]AC. Now join the points A and D.
Angle ABC = Angle ACB (base angles of isosceles triangles are equal) … (i)
Angle ADB = 90degree (angle in a semicircle)
Since, BDC is a straightangle, hence Angle ADC is also 90degree
So, Angle ADB = Angle ADC ……. (ii)
For these two triangles, since two angles are equal hence the third angles should also be equal.
Angle BAD = Angle CAD … (iii)
Thus the triangles are Similar.
Besides, AD is common side to both triangles.
So the two triangles are also Congruent.
So, corresponding sides of the triangles must be equal.
BD = CD
Since BD = 6 cm, hence CD = 6 cmIncorrect
Explanation:
ABC is isosceles with AB = B]AC. Now join the points A and D.
Angle ABC = Angle ACB (base angles of isosceles triangles are equal) … (i)
Angle ADB = 90degree (angle in a semicircle)
Since, BDC is a straightangle, hence Angle ADC is also 90degree
So, Angle ADB = Angle ADC ……. (ii)
For these two triangles, since two angles are equal hence the third angles should also be equal.
Angle BAD = Angle CAD … (iii)
Thus the triangles are Similar.
Besides, AD is common side to both triangles.
So the two triangles are also Congruent.
So, corresponding sides of the triangles must be equal.
BD = CD
Since BD = 6 cm, hence CD = 6 cm 
Question 52 of 100
52. Question
2 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections (52 – 55): Study the graph and answer the questions:
Population (in lakhs) in 3 cities is given for the years 2009 to 2014.
In which of the following years the percentage of rise or fall in population from the previous year is maximum for the city Q?
Correct
Explanation:
We have to check for only the years given in options
For 2011: (6050)/60 * 100 = 16 2/3%Incorrect
Explanation:
We have to check for only the years given in options
For 2011: (6050)/60 * 100 = 16 2/3% 
Question 53 of 100
53. Question
2 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections (52 – 55): Study the graph and answer the questions:
Population (in lakhs) in 3 cities is given for the years 2009 to 2014.
What is the difference between the average population of city Q in 2012, 2013, and 2014 and that of city P in 2009, 2010 and 2011 in lakhs is
Correct
Explanation:
average in city P in 2009, 2010 and 2011 = (50+40+55)/3 = 145/3
average in city Q in 2012, 2013, and 2014 = (55+50+55)/3 = 160/3
so difference = (160/3) – (145/3) = 5Incorrect
Explanation:
average in city P in 2009, 2010 and 2011 = (50+40+55)/3 = 145/3
average in city Q in 2012, 2013, and 2014 = (55+50+55)/3 = 160/3
so difference = (160/3) – (145/3) = 5 
Question 54 of 100
54. Question
2 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections (52 – 55): Study the graph and answer the questions:
Population (in lakhs) in 3 cities is given for the years 2009 to 2014.
The percentage of the total population in city R in 2011 and 2012 with respect to the population in city P in 2009 and 2010 is
Correct
Explanation:
(60+60)/(50+40) * 100 = 133.3%Incorrect
Explanation:
(60+60)/(50+40) * 100 = 133.3% 
Question 55 of 100
55. Question
2 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections (52 – 55): Study the graph and answer the questions:
Population (in lakhs) in 3 cities is given for the years 2009 to 2014.
What was the approximate decline in the population of city R in 2014 as compared to population of 2012 in percentage?
Correct
Explanation:
(6040)/60 * 100 = 33 1/3Incorrect
Explanation:
(6040)/60 * 100 = 33 1/3 
Question 56 of 100
56. Question
2 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeWhat is the arithmetic mean of first 20 even natural numbers?
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Explanation:
First even natural number is 2, and 20th is 40
So we have to find, (2+4+6+….+40)/20 = (20/2) * (2+40)/20 = 42/2 = 21
Use the formula to find sum of AP, 1+2+3+4+…+n is (n/2) * (a+l). a is first term, l is last termIncorrect
Explanation:
First even natural number is 2, and 20th is 40
So we have to find, (2+4+6+….+40)/20 = (20/2) * (2+40)/20 = 42/2 = 21
Use the formula to find sum of AP, 1+2+3+4+…+n is (n/2) * (a+l). a is first term, l is last term 
Question 57 of 100
57. Question
2 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeIf (sin ɸ + cos ɸ)/(sin ɸ – cos ɸ) = 3, then the value of sin^{4}ɸ – cos^{4}ɸ is
Correct
Explanation:
(sin ɸ + cos ɸ)/(sin ɸ – cos ɸ) = 3
sinɸ + cosɸ = 3sinɸ – 3cosɸ
so 4cosɸ = 2sinɸ
this gives, tanɸ = 2
now sin^{4}ɸ – cos^{4}ɸ
= (sin^{2}ɸ + cos^{2}ɸ) (sin^{2}ɸ – cos^{2}ɸ)
= sin^{2}ɸ – cos^{2}ɸ
= cos^{2}ɸ (tan^{2}ɸ – 1)
= (tan^{2}ɸ – 1)/ (tan^{2}ɸ + 1) = (41)/(4+1)Incorrect
Explanation:
(sin ɸ + cos ɸ)/(sin ɸ – cos ɸ) = 3
sinɸ + cosɸ = 3sinɸ – 3cosɸ
so 4cosɸ = 2sinɸ
this gives, tanɸ = 2
now sin^{4}ɸ – cos^{4}ɸ
= (sin^{2}ɸ + cos^{2}ɸ) (sin^{2}ɸ – cos^{2}ɸ)
= sin^{2}ɸ – cos^{2}ɸ
= cos^{2}ɸ (tan^{2}ɸ – 1)
= (tan^{2}ɸ – 1)/ (tan^{2}ɸ + 1) = (41)/(4+1) 
Question 58 of 100
58. Question
2 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeA mixture contains milk and water in the ratio 2 : 3 and the other contains them in the ratio 3 : 1 respectively. What weight of 2nd mixture must be taken so as to make a third mixture 7 litres in weight with 70% milk?
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Explanation:
70/100 = 7/10
Milk in first = 2/(2+3) = 2/5, milk in second = 3/(3+1) = 3/4
By method of allegation:
2/5…………………………….3/4
………………….7/10
3/4 – 7/10……………..7/10 – 2/5
1/20 : 3/10
1 : 6
So in 3rd mixture, 2nd mixture is [6/(1+6)] * 7 = 6 litresIncorrect
Explanation:
70/100 = 7/10
Milk in first = 2/(2+3) = 2/5, milk in second = 3/(3+1) = 3/4
By method of allegation:
2/5…………………………….3/4
………………….7/10
3/4 – 7/10……………..7/10 – 2/5
1/20 : 3/10
1 : 6
So in 3rd mixture, 2nd mixture is [6/(1+6)] * 7 = 6 litres 
Question 59 of 100
59. Question
2 pointsCategory: Quantitative Aptitude10 women completed 2/7th of work in 18 days working 6 hours each day. After this 5 women left and 2 men joined. In how many days working same number of hours, the remaining work will get completed if 1 man is equal to 2 women?
Correct
Explanation:
Remaining work = 1 – 2/7 = 5/7
After 18 days, 5 women left and 2 men joined so 4 women joined (1m = 2w), now number of women is 5+4 = 9, so
10*18*6*(5/7) = 9*D2*6*(2/7)
Solve, D2 = 50Incorrect
Explanation:
Remaining work = 1 – 2/7 = 5/7
After 18 days, 5 women left and 2 men joined so 4 women joined (1m = 2w), now number of women is 5+4 = 9, so
10*18*6*(5/7) = 9*D2*6*(2/7)
Solve, D2 = 50 
Question 60 of 100
60. Question
2 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeIn the measure of three angles of a triangle is in the ratio 1 : 2 : 3, then the triangle is
Correct
Explanation:
x+2x+3x = 180, solve, x = 30
so angles are x, 2x and 3x = 30, 60 and 90, so right angled since one angle is 90Incorrect
Explanation:
x+2x+3x = 180, solve, x = 30
so angles are x, 2x and 3x = 30, 60 and 90, so right angled since one angle is 90 
Question 61 of 100
61. Question
2 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeA certain sum of money got tripled in 6 years at the rate of compound interest percent per annum. How much time will it become at the end of 18 years?
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Explanation:
3P = P [1 + r/100]^6
Raise to power 3 both sides to make time = 18 years. It gives
27P = P [1 + r/100]^18
So at the end of 18 years, 27 timesIncorrect
Explanation:
3P = P [1 + r/100]^6
Raise to power 3 both sides to make time = 18 years. It gives
27P = P [1 + r/100]^18
So at the end of 18 years, 27 times 
Question 62 of 100
62. Question
2 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeIf tan ɸ = 5/6, then the value of [(3sinɸ + 2cosɸ)/(3cosɸ – 2sinɸ)]^{1/3}^{ is}
Correct
Explanation:
(3sinɸ + 2cosɸ)/(3cosɸ – 2sinɸ)
Take cosɸ common
So (3tanɸ + 2)/(3 – 2tanɸ) = [3*(5/6) + 2]/[3 – 2*(5/6)] = 27/8Incorrect
Explanation:
(3sinɸ + 2cosɸ)/(3cosɸ – 2sinɸ)
Take cosɸ common
So (3tanɸ + 2)/(3 – 2tanɸ) = [3*(5/6) + 2]/[3 – 2*(5/6)] = 27/8 
Question 63 of 100
63. Question
2 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeIf p = 139, then the value of p(p^{2} + 3p + 3) is
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Explanation:
p(p^{2} + 3p + 3)
= p^{3} + 3p^{2} + 3p
= p^{3} + 3p^{2} + 3p + 1 – 1
= (p + 1)^{3} – 1
= (139 + 1)^{3} – 1
= 2744000 – 1Incorrect
Explanation:
p(p^{2} + 3p + 3)
= p^{3} + 3p^{2} + 3p
= p^{3} + 3p^{2} + 3p + 1 – 1
= (p + 1)^{3} – 1
= (139 + 1)^{3} – 1
= 2744000 – 1 
Question 64 of 100
64. Question
2 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeIf angles of elevation of a tower from two consecutive kilometerstones along the road are 30 degree and 60 degree respectively, then the height of tower above the ground will be?
Correct
Explanation:
See the figure
tan 60 = h/BC so BC = h/√3
and tan 30 = h/(BC+1), so BC = √3 h – 1
so h/√3 = √3 h – 1
solve, h = √3/2Incorrect
Explanation:
See the figure
tan 60 = h/BC so BC = h/√3
and tan 30 = h/(BC+1), so BC = √3 h – 1
so h/√3 = √3 h – 1
solve, h = √3/2 
Question 65 of 100
65. Question
2 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeA train 120 mts long is running at a speed of 90 km/hr. How long will it take to pass a post?
Correct
Explanation:
90 = 90*(5/18) = 25 m/s
So time to pass post = 120/25 = 4.8 secIncorrect
Explanation:
90 = 90*(5/18) = 25 m/s
So time to pass post = 120/25 = 4.8 sec 
Question 66 of 100
66. Question
2 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeThe LCM of x^{4} – 1 and x^{4} – 2x^{3} – 2x^{2} – 2x – 3 is
Correct
Explanation:
x^{4} – 1 = (x^{2} – 1) (x^{2} + 1) = (x – 1)(x+1) (x^{2} + 1)
Now x^{4} – 2x^{3} – 2x^{2} – 2x – 3
Putting x = 1 in this equation gives 0, so (x+1) is a factor, divide x^{4} – 2x^{3} – 2x^{2} – 2x – 3 by (x+1) gives x^{3} – 3x^{2} + x – 3
Now put x = 3, gives 0, so another factor is (x3), divide (x3) gives x^{2} + 1 which cannot be further divided
So x^{4} – 2x^{3} – 2x^{2} – 2x – 3 = (x^{2} + 1)(x+1)(x3)
Now see all the factors in both expressions which are = (x – 1) (x+1) (x^{2} + 1) (x3)Incorrect
Explanation:
x^{4} – 1 = (x^{2} – 1) (x^{2} + 1) = (x – 1)(x+1) (x^{2} + 1)
Now x^{4} – 2x^{3} – 2x^{2} – 2x – 3
Putting x = 1 in this equation gives 0, so (x+1) is a factor, divide x^{4} – 2x^{3} – 2x^{2} – 2x – 3 by (x+1) gives x^{3} – 3x^{2} + x – 3
Now put x = 3, gives 0, so another factor is (x3), divide (x3) gives x^{2} + 1 which cannot be further divided
So x^{4} – 2x^{3} – 2x^{2} – 2x – 3 = (x^{2} + 1)(x+1)(x3)
Now see all the factors in both expressions which are = (x – 1) (x+1) (x^{2} + 1) (x3) 
Question 67 of 100
67. Question
2 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeIf 5x + 4y = 6 and 125x^{3} + 64y^{3} = 210, then value of 1/xy is
Correct
Explanation:
Use formula x^{3} + y^{3} = (x+y)(x^{2} + y^{2} – xy)
125x^{3} + 64y^{3} = 210
(5x+4y)( (5x)^{2} + (4x)^{2} – 5x*4y) = 210
Use a^{2} + b^{2} – ab = (a+b)^{2} – 3ab
So
6 * ( (5x+4y)^{2} – 3*5x*4y) = 210
So (6)^{2} – 3*5x*4y = 35
So 1 = 3*5x*4y
So xy = 1/60Incorrect
Explanation:
Use formula x^{3} + y^{3} = (x+y)(x^{2} + y^{2} – xy)
125x^{3} + 64y^{3} = 210
(5x+4y)( (5x)^{2} + (4x)^{2} – 5x*4y) = 210
Use a^{2} + b^{2} – ab = (a+b)^{2} – 3ab
So
6 * ( (5x+4y)^{2} – 3*5x*4y) = 210
So (6)^{2} – 3*5x*4y = 35
So 1 = 3*5x*4y
So xy = 1/60 
Question 68 of 100
68. Question
2 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeIn an application form, a candidate mistakenly filled his age 20% more than his actual age. If his actual age is 25, by how much percent the candidate have to reduce his height in order to get the correct age?
Correct
Explanation:
He filled his age to be (120/100)*25 = 30
Let he must reduce by x%, then
[(100x)/100] * 30 = 25
Solve, x = 50/3%Incorrect
Explanation:
He filled his age to be (120/100)*25 = 30
Let he must reduce by x%, then
[(100x)/100] * 30 = 25
Solve, x = 50/3% 
Question 69 of 100
69. Question
2 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeA rectangular sheet is to be made with sides in the ratio 5 : 6 from a circular wire by bending it. If the diameter of the wire is 84 cm, what is the smallest side of the rectangular sheet?
Correct
Explanation:
Length of wire = 2ᴨr = 2(22/7)*42 = 264 cm
Perimeter of rectangle = 2(5x+6x)
So 2(5x+6x) = 264
Solve, x = 12
So smallest side = 5x = 60Incorrect
Explanation:
Length of wire = 2ᴨr = 2(22/7)*42 = 264 cm
Perimeter of rectangle = 2(5x+6x)
So 2(5x+6x) = 264
Solve, x = 12
So smallest side = 5x = 60 
Question 70 of 100
70. Question
2 pointsCategory: Quantitative Aptitude20 men do a piece of work in 15 days. 30 women do the same piece of work in 20 days. In how many days will 2 m and 4w complete this work?
Correct
Explanation:
20 m in 15 days, so 2 m in (20*15)/2 = 150
30 w in 20 days, so 4 w in (30*20)/4 = 150
So 2m + 4w in 1/150 + 1/150 = 1/75Incorrect
Explanation:
20 m in 15 days, so 2 m in (20*15)/2 = 150
30 w in 20 days, so 4 w in (30*20)/4 = 150
So 2m + 4w in 1/150 + 1/150 = 1/75 
Question 71 of 100
71. Question
2 pointsCategory: Quantitative Aptitude50 articles were bought at the marked price of 45 articles. If the articles are now sold by giving 1% discount, what is the profit percent made?
Correct
Explanation:
Let MP of 1 article = Re 1
CP of 50 articles = MP of 45 articles = Rs 45
MP of 50 articles = Rs 50
So after discount of 1%, SP of 50 articles = 99/100 * 50 = Rs 49.5
So profit% = (49.5 – 45)/45 * 100Incorrect
Explanation:
Let MP of 1 article = Re 1
CP of 50 articles = MP of 45 articles = Rs 45
MP of 50 articles = Rs 50
So after discount of 1%, SP of 50 articles = 99/100 * 50 = Rs 49.5
So profit% = (49.5 – 45)/45 * 100 
Question 72 of 100
72. Question
2 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeThe HCF of two numbers is 19 and other two factors of their LCM are 11 and 23 respectively. The smaller of the two numbers is
Correct
Explanation:
19 is HCF so 19 is certainly a multiple of both numbers. And other two factors are 11 and 23. Both are prime numbers, this mean that 11 is multiple in one number and 23 in another along with 19. Since 11 being smallest
So smaller no is 19*11Incorrect
Explanation:
19 is HCF so 19 is certainly a multiple of both numbers. And other two factors are 11 and 23. Both are prime numbers, this mean that 11 is multiple in one number and 23 in another along with 19. Since 11 being smallest
So smaller no is 19*11 
Question 73 of 100
73. Question
2 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeABC is a triangle with base AB = 5. D is a point on AB with DB = 3. Find the ratio of the area of triangle ADC to the area of triangle ABC?
Correct
Explanation:
AB = 5, DB = 3
So AD = 53 = 2
Both ADC and ABC have same height and area of triangle is (1/2)*base*height
So required ratio is (1/2)*AD*h : (1/2)*AB*h
= AD : AB = 2 : 5Incorrect
Explanation:
AB = 5, DB = 3
So AD = 53 = 2
Both ADC and ABC have same height and area of triangle is (1/2)*base*height
So required ratio is (1/2)*AD*h : (1/2)*AB*h
= AD : AB = 2 : 5 
Question 74 of 100
74. Question
2 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeFour years ago, ratio of ages of Arun and Tarun was 9 : 11. 6 years hence the ratio will be 7 : 8 respectively. Find the sum of the present ages of the two.
Correct
Explanation:
9x and 11x
4+6 = 10 yrs
So (9x+10)/(11x+10) = 7/8
Solve, x = 2
Their ages 4 yrs ago – 18 and 22, so after 4 yrs (Or present age) = 22 and 26
So sum = 22+26Incorrect
Explanation:
9x and 11x
4+6 = 10 yrs
So (9x+10)/(11x+10) = 7/8
Solve, x = 2
Their ages 4 yrs ago – 18 and 22, so after 4 yrs (Or present age) = 22 and 26
So sum = 22+26 
Question 75 of 100
75. Question
2 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeOn a certain sum of money, after 2 years the simple interest and compound interest obtained are Rs 720 and Rs 792 respectively. What is the sum of money invested?
Correct
Explanation:
Diff = 792720 = 72
r = 2*Diff*100/SI
So r = 2*72*100/720 = 20%
Now 72 = Pr^{2}/100^{2}
Solve, P = 1800Incorrect
Explanation:
Diff = 792720 = 72
r = 2*Diff*100/SI
So r = 2*72*100/720 = 20%
Now 72 = Pr^{2}/100^{2}
Solve, P = 1800 
Question 76 of 100
76. Question
2 pointsCategory: EnglishDirections(7680): Cloze Test
Technical education plays a vital role in the development of the country’s human resource by creating skilled manpower, enhancing industrial productivity and improving the quality of life. This will help increase the (76) of better talent in the job market to be absorbed, as, in the current scenario, of the seven lakh engineering students that graduate annually, merely seven per cent are fit for core engineering jobs. What would also help is providing training in not just technical skills but also soft skills or communication skills, preparing them to transform into workers from students.
Most institutions do not prepare candidates for the new working world, making them struggle while facing the (77) of the professional realm. There is a (78) need to equipgraduates with interpersonal communication, basic computer knowledge, the ability to speak English and work as a team.Recognising the need, efforts are being made with positive steps such as National Vocational Qualifications Framework (NVEQF) and National Skills Qualification Framework (NSQF). This will also lead to a (79) shift in employment from being ‘qualificationbased’ to ’skillbased’, making educational institutions focus on imparting skills that lead to employability, rather than merely doling out certificates and degrees. Integrating skills with regular main stream education in schools, will truly change the employment landscape at the most fundamental level in the country
A reinvention will need a vast paradigm shift to develop the tools of change needed to survive in the algorithm age. The demographic dividend if not given the treatment of skills may simply turn into a demographic disaster. The imbalance between the too few skilled workers and fewer jobs for the medium and lowskilled workforce is pointing towards (80) disaster.76?
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Question 77 of 100
77. Question
2 pointsCategory: EnglishDirections(7680): Cloze Test
Technical education plays a vital role in the development of the country’s human resource by creating skilled manpower, enhancing industrial productivity and improving the quality of life. This will help increase the (76) of better talent in the job market to be absorbed, as, in the current scenario, of the seven lakh engineering students that graduate annually, merely seven per cent are fit for core engineering jobs. What would also help is providing training in not just technical skills but also soft skills or communication skills, preparing them to transform into workers from students.
Most institutions do not prepare candidates for the new working world, making them struggle while facing the (77) of the professional realm. There is a (78) need to equipgraduates with interpersonal communication, basic computer knowledge, the ability to speak English and work as a team.Recognising the need, efforts are being made with positive steps such as National Vocational Qualifications Framework (NVEQF) and National Skills Qualification Framework (NSQF). This will also lead to a (79) shift in employment from being ‘qualificationbased’ to ’skillbased’, making educational institutions focus on imparting skills that lead to employability, rather than merely doling out certificates and degrees. Integrating skills with regular main stream education in schools, will truly change the employment landscape at the most fundamental level in the country
A reinvention will need a vast paradigm shift to develop the tools of change needed to survive in the algorithm age. The demographic dividend if not given the treatment of skills may simply turn into a demographic disaster. The imbalance between the too few skilled workers and fewer jobs for the medium and lowskilled workforce is pointing towards (80) disaster.77?
Correct
Incorrect

Question 78 of 100
78. Question
2 pointsCategory: EnglishDirections(7680): Cloze Test
Technical education plays a vital role in the development of the country’s human resource by creating skilled manpower, enhancing industrial productivity and improving the quality of life. This will help increase the (76) of better talent in the job market to be absorbed, as, in the current scenario, of the seven lakh engineering students that graduate annually, merely seven per cent are fit for core engineering jobs. What would also help is providing training in not just technical skills but also soft skills or communication skills, preparing them to transform into workers from students.
Most institutions do not prepare candidates for the new working world, making them struggle while facing the (77) of the professional realm. There is a (78) need to equipgraduates with interpersonal communication, basic computer knowledge, the ability to speak English and work as a team.Recognising the need, efforts are being made with positive steps such as National Vocational Qualifications Framework (NVEQF) and National Skills Qualification Framework (NSQF). This will also lead to a (79) shift in employment from being ‘qualificationbased’ to ’skillbased’, making educational institutions focus on imparting skills that lead to employability, rather than merely doling out certificates and degrees. Integrating skills with regular main stream education in schools, will truly change the employment landscape at the most fundamental level in the country
A reinvention will need a vast paradigm shift to develop the tools of change needed to survive in the algorithm age. The demographic dividend if not given the treatment of skills may simply turn into a demographic disaster. The imbalance between the too few skilled workers and fewer jobs for the medium and lowskilled workforce is pointing towards (80) disaster.78?
Correct
Incorrect

Question 79 of 100
79. Question
2 pointsCategory: EnglishDirections(7680): Cloze Test
Technical education plays a vital role in the development of the country’s human resource by creating skilled manpower, enhancing industrial productivity and improving the quality of life. This will help increase the (76) of better talent in the job market to be absorbed, as, in the current scenario, of the seven lakh engineering students that graduate annually, merely seven per cent are fit for core engineering jobs. What would also help is providing training in not just technical skills but also soft skills or communication skills, preparing them to transform into workers from students.
Most institutions do not prepare candidates for the new working world, making them struggle while facing the (77) of the professional realm. There is a (78) need to equipgraduates with interpersonal communication, basic computer knowledge, the ability to speak English and work as a team.Recognising the need, efforts are being made with positive steps such as National Vocational Qualifications Framework (NVEQF) and National Skills Qualification Framework (NSQF). This will also lead to a (79) shift in employment from being ‘qualificationbased’ to ’skillbased’, making educational institutions focus on imparting skills that lead to employability, rather than merely doling out certificates and degrees. Integrating skills with regular main stream education in schools, will truly change the employment landscape at the most fundamental level in the country
A reinvention will need a vast paradigm shift to develop the tools of change needed to survive in the algorithm age. The demographic dividend if not given the treatment of skills may simply turn into a demographic disaster. The imbalance between the too few skilled workers and fewer jobs for the medium and lowskilled workforce is pointing towards (80) disaster.79?
Correct
Incorrect

Question 80 of 100
80. Question
2 pointsCategory: EnglishDirections(7680): Cloze Test
Technical education plays a vital role in the development of the country’s human resource by creating skilled manpower, enhancing industrial productivity and improving the quality of life. This will help increase the (76) of better talent in the job market to be absorbed, as, in the current scenario, of the seven lakh engineering students that graduate annually, merely seven per cent are fit for core engineering jobs. What would also help is providing training in not just technical skills but also soft skills or communication skills, preparing them to transform into workers from students.
Most institutions do not prepare candidates for the new working world, making them struggle while facing the (77) of the professional realm. There is a (78) need to equipgraduates with interpersonal communication, basic computer knowledge, the ability to speak English and work as a team.Recognising the need, efforts are being made with positive steps such as National Vocational Qualifications Framework (NVEQF) and National Skills Qualification Framework (NSQF). This will also lead to a (79) shift in employment from being ‘qualificationbased’ to ’skillbased’, making educational institutions focus on imparting skills that lead to employability, rather than merely doling out certificates and degrees. Integrating skills with regular main stream education in schools, will truly change the employment landscape at the most fundamental level in the country
A reinvention will need a vast paradigm shift to develop the tools of change needed to survive in the algorithm age. The demographic dividend if not given the treatment of skills may simply turn into a demographic disaster. The imbalance between the too few skilled workers and fewer jobs for the medium and lowskilled workforce is pointing towards (80) disaster.80?
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Question 81 of 100
81. Question
2 pointsCategory: EnglishDirections(81 90): Reading Comprehension
Raj is a middle aged man. Although he was born in a poor family, he was raised well by his father and mother. His father owned a welding shop, and used to work for more than 12 hours a day, so that his family could lead a comfortable life.
However, Raj’s father could not earn sufficient money to provide a decent life to his family. Raj was an average student in school, and used to score around 70 percent marks. Raj’s dream was to become a doctor. Since his marks weren’t very high, he could not get the desired course that he wanted to study. Instead, he joined a bachelor’s degree course, completed the course successfully, and got a job in a company.While his life was going on with no dramatic change, his father continued to work in his welding shop, so that he did not have to depend on Raj. After getting a permanent job, Raj’s parents wanted him to marry. He got married to a girl from his native town, and at the same time was also promoted in his job. After a few years, his wife gave birth to beautiful twin boys.Later, Raj began to earn a handsome salary, and started to live luxuriously. He bought a new house and a new car. Some of the luxuries were really unnecessary. Although his company provided him with a car, Raj purchased a new car!
After an extravagant life that spanned almost 6 to 7 years, Raj was neither able to manage all the household expenses, nor pay for the children’s education and other basic necessities.
It so happened that Raj’s father fell sick, and as a result, could not continue his work in the welding shop. He requested Raj to give some money for his treatment and other household expenses.
Raj, who was already suffering from financial crisis, shouted at his parents and told them that he had no money to provide. He complained to his parents, “You never sent me to a big school. I was not provided with expensive clothes. You rarely fed me with my favorite food. I was not able to taste different varieties of food. When I got low marks you didn’t have enough money to provide me with private tuition, and it took me more than 10 years to get settled. Now, while I am again struggling for money, you are not doing anything to help me, but instead are a burden to me! So, please don’t come to me again.”
His parents were left shattered.After a week, while Raj was on an official tour, he met a small boy aged about 10 years selling toys. The boy requested Raj to buy something. Raj asked the boy why he was selling toys instead of studying. The boy replied, “My father met with an accident a year ago and he lost one hand. He cannot work now. My mother works as a maid in a few houses. I’m helping my parents by selling these toys. I go to school in the morning, and sell toys in the evenings. I work for 3 hours a day and study at night!”
Raj purchased a few toys from the little boy. He thought about what the boy had said. He realized that he had been wrong in the way he treated his parents. He had learnt a lesson from the small boy. At a very small age, this boy was helping his parents, but Raj, in order to meet the demands of his lavish lifestyle, had neglected his parents.Why Raj shouted at his parents when they requested Raj to give some money to help them?
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Question 82 of 100
82. Question
2 pointsCategory: EnglishDirections(81 90): Reading Comprehension
Raj is a middle aged man. Although he was born in a poor family, he was raised well by his father and mother. His father owned a welding shop, and used to work for more than 12 hours a day, so that his family could lead a comfortable life.
However, Raj’s father could not earn sufficient money to provide a decent life to his family. Raj was an average student in school, and used to score around 70 percent marks. Raj’s dream was to become a doctor. Since his marks weren’t very high, he could not get the desired course that he wanted to study. Instead, he joined a bachelor’s degree course, completed the course successfully, and got a job in a company.While his life was going on with no dramatic change, his father continued to work in his welding shop, so that he did not have to depend on Raj. After getting a permanent job, Raj’s parents wanted him to marry. He got married to a girl from his native town, and at the same time was also promoted in his job. After a few years, his wife gave birth to beautiful twin boys.Later, Raj began to earn a handsome salary, and started to live luxuriously. He bought a new house and a new car. Some of the luxuries were really unnecessary. Although his company provided him with a car, Raj purchased a new car!
After an extravagant life that spanned almost 6 to 7 years, Raj was neither able to manage all the household expenses, nor pay for the children’s education and other basic necessities.
It so happened that Raj’s father fell sick, and as a result, could not continue his work in the welding shop. He requested Raj to give some money for his treatment and other household expenses.
Raj, who was already suffering from financial crisis, shouted at his parents and told them that he had no money to provide. He complained to his parents, “You never sent me to a big school. I was not provided with expensive clothes. You rarely fed me with my favorite food. I was not able to taste different varieties of food. When I got low marks you didn’t have enough money to provide me with private tuition, and it took me more than 10 years to get settled. Now, while I am again struggling for money, you are not doing anything to help me, but instead are a burden to me! So, please don’t come to me again.”
His parents were left shattered.After a week, while Raj was on an official tour, he met a small boy aged about 10 years selling toys. The boy requested Raj to buy something. Raj asked the boy why he was selling toys instead of studying. The boy replied, “My father met with an accident a year ago and he lost one hand. He cannot work now. My mother works as a maid in a few houses. I’m helping my parents by selling these toys. I go to school in the morning, and sell toys in the evenings. I work for 3 hours a day and study at night!”
Raj purchased a few toys from the little boy. He thought about what the boy had said. He realized that he had been wrong in the way he treated his parents. He had learnt a lesson from the small boy. At a very small age, this boy was helping his parents, but Raj, in order to meet the demands of his lavish lifestyle, had neglected his parents.Why Raj could not get the desired course that he wanted to study?
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Question 83 of 100
83. Question
2 pointsCategory: EnglishDirections(81 90): Reading Comprehension
Raj is a middle aged man. Although he was born in a poor family, he was raised well by his father and mother. His father owned a welding shop, and used to work for more than 12 hours a day, so that his family could lead a comfortable life.
However, Raj’s father could not earn sufficient money to provide a decent life to his family. Raj was an average student in school, and used to score around 70 percent marks. Raj’s dream was to become a doctor. Since his marks weren’t very high, he could not get the desired course that he wanted to study. Instead, he joined a bachelor’s degree course, completed the course successfully, and got a job in a company.While his life was going on with no dramatic change, his father continued to work in his welding shop, so that he did not have to depend on Raj. After getting a permanent job, Raj’s parents wanted him to marry. He got married to a girl from his native town, and at the same time was also promoted in his job. After a few years, his wife gave birth to beautiful twin boys.Later, Raj began to earn a handsome salary, and started to live luxuriously. He bought a new house and a new car. Some of the luxuries were really unnecessary. Although his company provided him with a car, Raj purchased a new car!
After an extravagant life that spanned almost 6 to 7 years, Raj was neither able to manage all the household expenses, nor pay for the children’s education and other basic necessities.
It so happened that Raj’s father fell sick, and as a result, could not continue his work in the welding shop. He requested Raj to give some money for his treatment and other household expenses.
Raj, who was already suffering from financial crisis, shouted at his parents and told them that he had no money to provide. He complained to his parents, “You never sent me to a big school. I was not provided with expensive clothes. You rarely fed me with my favorite food. I was not able to taste different varieties of food. When I got low marks you didn’t have enough money to provide me with private tuition, and it took me more than 10 years to get settled. Now, while I am again struggling for money, you are not doing anything to help me, but instead are a burden to me! So, please don’t come to me again.”
His parents were left shattered.After a week, while Raj was on an official tour, he met a small boy aged about 10 years selling toys. The boy requested Raj to buy something. Raj asked the boy why he was selling toys instead of studying. The boy replied, “My father met with an accident a year ago and he lost one hand. He cannot work now. My mother works as a maid in a few houses. I’m helping my parents by selling these toys. I go to school in the morning, and sell toys in the evenings. I work for 3 hours a day and study at night!”
Raj purchased a few toys from the little boy. He thought about what the boy had said. He realized that he had been wrong in the way he treated his parents. He had learnt a lesson from the small boy. At a very small age, this boy was helping his parents, but Raj, in order to meet the demands of his lavish lifestyle, had neglected his parents.Why Raj was unable to manage all the household expenses, children’s education and other basic necessities?
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Question 84 of 100
84. Question
2 pointsCategory: EnglishDirections(81 90): Reading Comprehension
Raj is a middle aged man. Although he was born in a poor family, he was raised well by his father and mother. His father owned a welding shop, and used to work for more than 12 hours a day, so that his family could lead a comfortable life.
However, Raj’s father could not earn sufficient money to provide a decent life to his family. Raj was an average student in school, and used to score around 70 percent marks. Raj’s dream was to become a doctor. Since his marks weren’t very high, he could not get the desired course that he wanted to study. Instead, he joined a bachelor’s degree course, completed the course successfully, and got a job in a company.While his life was going on with no dramatic change, his father continued to work in his welding shop, so that he did not have to depend on Raj. After getting a permanent job, Raj’s parents wanted him to marry. He got married to a girl from his native town, and at the same time was also promoted in his job. After a few years, his wife gave birth to beautiful twin boys.Later, Raj began to earn a handsome salary, and started to live luxuriously. He bought a new house and a new car. Some of the luxuries were really unnecessary. Although his company provided him with a car, Raj purchased a new car!
After an extravagant life that spanned almost 6 to 7 years, Raj was neither able to manage all the household expenses, nor pay for the children’s education and other basic necessities.
It so happened that Raj’s father fell sick, and as a result, could not continue his work in the welding shop. He requested Raj to give some money for his treatment and other household expenses.
Raj, who was already suffering from financial crisis, shouted at his parents and told them that he had no money to provide. He complained to his parents, “You never sent me to a big school. I was not provided with expensive clothes. You rarely fed me with my favorite food. I was not able to taste different varieties of food. When I got low marks you didn’t have enough money to provide me with private tuition, and it took me more than 10 years to get settled. Now, while I am again struggling for money, you are not doing anything to help me, but instead are a burden to me! So, please don’t come to me again.”
His parents were left shattered.After a week, while Raj was on an official tour, he met a small boy aged about 10 years selling toys. The boy requested Raj to buy something. Raj asked the boy why he was selling toys instead of studying. The boy replied, “My father met with an accident a year ago and he lost one hand. He cannot work now. My mother works as a maid in a few houses. I’m helping my parents by selling these toys. I go to school in the morning, and sell toys in the evenings. I work for 3 hours a day and study at night!”
Raj purchased a few toys from the little boy. He thought about what the boy had said. He realized that he had been wrong in the way he treated his parents. He had learnt a lesson from the small boy. At a very small age, this boy was helping his parents, but Raj, in order to meet the demands of his lavish lifestyle, had neglected his parents.When Raj realized that he had been wrong in the way he treated his parents?
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Question 85 of 100
85. Question
2 pointsCategory: EnglishDirections(81 90): Reading Comprehension
Raj is a middle aged man. Although he was born in a poor family, he was raised well by his father and mother. His father owned a welding shop, and used to work for more than 12 hours a day, so that his family could lead a comfortable life.
However, Raj’s father could not earn sufficient money to provide a decent life to his family. Raj was an average student in school, and used to score around 70 percent marks. Raj’s dream was to become a doctor. Since his marks weren’t very high, he could not get the desired course that he wanted to study. Instead, he joined a bachelor’s degree course, completed the course successfully, and got a job in a company.While his life was going on with no dramatic change, his father continued to work in his welding shop, so that he did not have to depend on Raj. After getting a permanent job, Raj’s parents wanted him to marry. He got married to a girl from his native town, and at the same time was also promoted in his job. After a few years, his wife gave birth to beautiful twin boys.Later, Raj began to earn a handsome salary, and started to live luxuriously. He bought a new house and a new car. Some of the luxuries were really unnecessary. Although his company provided him with a car, Raj purchased a new car!
After an extravagant life that spanned almost 6 to 7 years, Raj was neither able to manage all the household expenses, nor pay for the children’s education and other basic necessities.
It so happened that Raj’s father fell sick, and as a result, could not continue his work in the welding shop. He requested Raj to give some money for his treatment and other household expenses.
Raj, who was already suffering from financial crisis, shouted at his parents and told them that he had no money to provide. He complained to his parents, “You never sent me to a big school. I was not provided with expensive clothes. You rarely fed me with my favorite food. I was not able to taste different varieties of food. When I got low marks you didn’t have enough money to provide me with private tuition, and it took me more than 10 years to get settled. Now, while I am again struggling for money, you are not doing anything to help me, but instead are a burden to me! So, please don’t come to me again.”
His parents were left shattered.After a week, while Raj was on an official tour, he met a small boy aged about 10 years selling toys. The boy requested Raj to buy something. Raj asked the boy why he was selling toys instead of studying. The boy replied, “My father met with an accident a year ago and he lost one hand. He cannot work now. My mother works as a maid in a few houses. I’m helping my parents by selling these toys. I go to school in the morning, and sell toys in the evenings. I work for 3 hours a day and study at night!”
Raj purchased a few toys from the little boy. He thought about what the boy had said. He realized that he had been wrong in the way he treated his parents. He had learnt a lesson from the small boy. At a very small age, this boy was helping his parents, but Raj, in order to meet the demands of his lavish lifestyle, had neglected his parents.Which of the following is/are the false according to the Passage?
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Question 86 of 100
86. Question
2 pointsCategory: EnglishDirections(81 90): Reading Comprehension
Raj is a middle aged man. Although he was born in a poor family, he was raised well by his father and mother. His father owned a welding shop, and used to work for more than 12 hours a day, so that his family could lead a comfortable life.
However, Raj’s father could not earn sufficient money to provide a decent life to his family. Raj was an average student in school, and used to score around 70 percent marks. Raj’s dream was to become a doctor. Since his marks weren’t very high, he could not get the desired course that he wanted to study. Instead, he joined a bachelor’s degree course, completed the course successfully, and got a job in a company.While his life was going on with no dramatic change, his father continued to work in his welding shop, so that he did not have to depend on Raj. After getting a permanent job, Raj’s parents wanted him to marry. He got married to a girl from his native town, and at the same time was also promoted in his job. After a few years, his wife gave birth to beautiful twin boys.Later, Raj began to earn a handsome salary, and started to live luxuriously. He bought a new house and a new car. Some of the luxuries were really unnecessary. Although his company provided him with a car, Raj purchased a new car!
After an extravagant life that spanned almost 6 to 7 years, Raj was neither able to manage all the household expenses, nor pay for the children’s education and other basic necessities.
It so happened that Raj’s father fell sick, and as a result, could not continue his work in the welding shop. He requested Raj to give some money for his treatment and other household expenses.
Raj, who was already suffering from financial crisis, shouted at his parents and told them that he had no money to provide. He complained to his parents, “You never sent me to a big school. I was not provided with expensive clothes. You rarely fed me with my favorite food. I was not able to taste different varieties of food. When I got low marks you didn’t have enough money to provide me with private tuition, and it took me more than 10 years to get settled. Now, while I am again struggling for money, you are not doing anything to help me, but instead are a burden to me! So, please don’t come to me again.”
His parents were left shattered.After a week, while Raj was on an official tour, he met a small boy aged about 10 years selling toys. The boy requested Raj to buy something. Raj asked the boy why he was selling toys instead of studying. The boy replied, “My father met with an accident a year ago and he lost one hand. He cannot work now. My mother works as a maid in a few houses. I’m helping my parents by selling these toys. I go to school in the morning, and sell toys in the evenings. I work for 3 hours a day and study at night!”
Raj purchased a few toys from the little boy. He thought about what the boy had said. He realized that he had been wrong in the way he treated his parents. He had learnt a lesson from the small boy. At a very small age, this boy was helping his parents, but Raj, in order to meet the demands of his lavish lifestyle, had neglected his parents.Synonyms – Penchant
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Question 87 of 100
87. Question
2 pointsCategory: EnglishDirections(81 90): Reading Comprehension
Raj is a middle aged man. Although he was born in a poor family, he was raised well by his father and mother. His father owned a welding shop, and used to work for more than 12 hours a day, so that his family could lead a comfortable life.
However, Raj’s father could not earn sufficient money to provide a decent life to his family. Raj was an average student in school, and used to score around 70 percent marks. Raj’s dream was to become a doctor. Since his marks weren’t very high, he could not get the desired course that he wanted to study. Instead, he joined a bachelor’s degree course, completed the course successfully, and got a job in a company.While his life was going on with no dramatic change, his father continued to work in his welding shop, so that he did not have to depend on Raj. After getting a permanent job, Raj’s parents wanted him to marry. He got married to a girl from his native town, and at the same time was also promoted in his job. After a few years, his wife gave birth to beautiful twin boys.Later, Raj began to earn a handsome salary, and started to live luxuriously. He bought a new house and a new car. Some of the luxuries were really unnecessary. Although his company provided him with a car, Raj purchased a new car!
After an extravagant life that spanned almost 6 to 7 years, Raj was neither able to manage all the household expenses, nor pay for the children’s education and other basic necessities.
It so happened that Raj’s father fell sick, and as a result, could not continue his work in the welding shop. He requested Raj to give some money for his treatment and other household expenses.
Raj, who was already suffering from financial crisis, shouted at his parents and told them that he had no money to provide. He complained to his parents, “You never sent me to a big school. I was not provided with expensive clothes. You rarely fed me with my favorite food. I was not able to taste different varieties of food. When I got low marks you didn’t have enough money to provide me with private tuition, and it took me more than 10 years to get settled. Now, while I am again struggling for money, you are not doing anything to help me, but instead are a burden to me! So, please don’t come to me again.”
His parents were left shattered.After a week, while Raj was on an official tour, he met a small boy aged about 10 years selling toys. The boy requested Raj to buy something. Raj asked the boy why he was selling toys instead of studying. The boy replied, “My father met with an accident a year ago and he lost one hand. He cannot work now. My mother works as a maid in a few houses. I’m helping my parents by selling these toys. I go to school in the morning, and sell toys in the evenings. I work for 3 hours a day and study at night!”
Raj purchased a few toys from the little boy. He thought about what the boy had said. He realized that he had been wrong in the way he treated his parents. He had learnt a lesson from the small boy. At a very small age, this boy was helping his parents, but Raj, in order to meet the demands of his lavish lifestyle, had neglected his parents.Synonyms – Relinquished
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Question 88 of 100
88. Question
2 pointsCategory: EnglishDirections(81 90): Reading Comprehension
Raj is a middle aged man. Although he was born in a poor family, he was raised well by his father and mother. His father owned a welding shop, and used to work for more than 12 hours a day, so that his family could lead a comfortable life.
However, Raj’s father could not earn sufficient money to provide a decent life to his family. Raj was an average student in school, and used to score around 70 percent marks. Raj’s dream was to become a doctor. Since his marks weren’t very high, he could not get the desired course that he wanted to study. Instead, he joined a bachelor’s degree course, completed the course successfully, and got a job in a company.While his life was going on with no dramatic change, his father continued to work in his welding shop, so that he did not have to depend on Raj. After getting a permanent job, Raj’s parents wanted him to marry. He got married to a girl from his native town, and at the same time was also promoted in his job. After a few years, his wife gave birth to beautiful twin boys.Later, Raj began to earn a handsome salary, and started to live luxuriously. He bought a new house and a new car. Some of the luxuries were really unnecessary. Although his company provided him with a car, Raj purchased a new car!
After an extravagant life that spanned almost 6 to 7 years, Raj was neither able to manage all the household expenses, nor pay for the children’s education and other basic necessities.
It so happened that Raj’s father fell sick, and as a result, could not continue his work in the welding shop. He requested Raj to give some money for his treatment and other household expenses.
Raj, who was already suffering from financial crisis, shouted at his parents and told them that he had no money to provide. He complained to his parents, “You never sent me to a big school. I was not provided with expensive clothes. You rarely fed me with my favorite food. I was not able to taste different varieties of food. When I got low marks you didn’t have enough money to provide me with private tuition, and it took me more than 10 years to get settled. Now, while I am again struggling for money, you are not doing anything to help me, but instead are a burden to me! So, please don’t come to me again.”
His parents were left shattered.After a week, while Raj was on an official tour, he met a small boy aged about 10 years selling toys. The boy requested Raj to buy something. Raj asked the boy why he was selling toys instead of studying. The boy replied, “My father met with an accident a year ago and he lost one hand. He cannot work now. My mother works as a maid in a few houses. I’m helping my parents by selling these toys. I go to school in the morning, and sell toys in the evenings. I work for 3 hours a day and study at night!”
Raj purchased a few toys from the little boy. He thought about what the boy had said. He realized that he had been wrong in the way he treated his parents. He had learnt a lesson from the small boy. At a very small age, this boy was helping his parents, but Raj, in order to meet the demands of his lavish lifestyle, had neglected his parents.Synonyms – Lissome
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Question 89 of 100
89. Question
2 pointsCategory: EnglishDirections(81 90): Reading Comprehension
Raj is a middle aged man. Although he was born in a poor family, he was raised well by his father and mother. His father owned a welding shop, and used to work for more than 12 hours a day, so that his family could lead a comfortable life.
However, Raj’s father could not earn sufficient money to provide a decent life to his family. Raj was an average student in school, and used to score around 70 percent marks. Raj’s dream was to become a doctor. Since his marks weren’t very high, he could not get the desired course that he wanted to study. Instead, he joined a bachelor’s degree course, completed the course successfully, and got a job in a company.While his life was going on with no dramatic change, his father continued to work in his welding shop, so that he did not have to depend on Raj. After getting a permanent job, Raj’s parents wanted him to marry. He got married to a girl from his native town, and at the same time was also promoted in his job. After a few years, his wife gave birth to beautiful twin boys.Later, Raj began to earn a handsome salary, and started to live luxuriously. He bought a new house and a new car. Some of the luxuries were really unnecessary. Although his company provided him with a car, Raj purchased a new car!
After an extravagant life that spanned almost 6 to 7 years, Raj was neither able to manage all the household expenses, nor pay for the children’s education and other basic necessities.
It so happened that Raj’s father fell sick, and as a result, could not continue his work in the welding shop. He requested Raj to give some money for his treatment and other household expenses.
Raj, who was already suffering from financial crisis, shouted at his parents and told them that he had no money to provide. He complained to his parents, “You never sent me to a big school. I was not provided with expensive clothes. You rarely fed me with my favorite food. I was not able to taste different varieties of food. When I got low marks you didn’t have enough money to provide me with private tuition, and it took me more than 10 years to get settled. Now, while I am again struggling for money, you are not doing anything to help me, but instead are a burden to me! So, please don’t come to me again.”
His parents were left shattered.After a week, while Raj was on an official tour, he met a small boy aged about 10 years selling toys. The boy requested Raj to buy something. Raj asked the boy why he was selling toys instead of studying. The boy replied, “My father met with an accident a year ago and he lost one hand. He cannot work now. My mother works as a maid in a few houses. I’m helping my parents by selling these toys. I go to school in the morning, and sell toys in the evenings. I work for 3 hours a day and study at night!”
Raj purchased a few toys from the little boy. He thought about what the boy had said. He realized that he had been wrong in the way he treated his parents. He had learnt a lesson from the small boy. At a very small age, this boy was helping his parents, but Raj, in order to meet the demands of his lavish lifestyle, had neglected his parents.Antonyms – Zenith
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Question 90 of 100
90. Question
2 pointsCategory: EnglishDirections(81 90): Reading Comprehension
Raj is a middle aged man. Although he was born in a poor family, he was raised well by his father and mother. His father owned a welding shop, and used to work for more than 12 hours a day, so that his family could lead a comfortable life.
However, Raj’s father could not earn sufficient money to provide a decent life to his family. Raj was an average student in school, and used to score around 70 percent marks. Raj’s dream was to become a doctor. Since his marks weren’t very high, he could not get the desired course that he wanted to study. Instead, he joined a bachelor’s degree course, completed the course successfully, and got a job in a company.While his life was going on with no dramatic change, his father continued to work in his welding shop, so that he did not have to depend on Raj. After getting a permanent job, Raj’s parents wanted him to marry. He got married to a girl from his native town, and at the same time was also promoted in his job. After a few years, his wife gave birth to beautiful twin boys.Later, Raj began to earn a handsome salary, and started to live luxuriously. He bought a new house and a new car. Some of the luxuries were really unnecessary. Although his company provided him with a car, Raj purchased a new car!
After an extravagant life that spanned almost 6 to 7 years, Raj was neither able to manage all the household expenses, nor pay for the children’s education and other basic necessities.
It so happened that Raj’s father fell sick, and as a result, could not continue his work in the welding shop. He requested Raj to give some money for his treatment and other household expenses.
Raj, who was already suffering from financial crisis, shouted at his parents and told them that he had no money to provide. He complained to his parents, “You never sent me to a big school. I was not provided with expensive clothes. You rarely fed me with my favorite food. I was not able to taste different varieties of food. When I got low marks you didn’t have enough money to provide me with private tuition, and it took me more than 10 years to get settled. Now, while I am again struggling for money, you are not doing anything to help me, but instead are a burden to me! So, please don’t come to me again.”
His parents were left shattered.After a week, while Raj was on an official tour, he met a small boy aged about 10 years selling toys. The boy requested Raj to buy something. Raj asked the boy why he was selling toys instead of studying. The boy replied, “My father met with an accident a year ago and he lost one hand. He cannot work now. My mother works as a maid in a few houses. I’m helping my parents by selling these toys. I go to school in the morning, and sell toys in the evenings. I work for 3 hours a day and study at night!”
Raj purchased a few toys from the little boy. He thought about what the boy had said. He realized that he had been wrong in the way he treated his parents. He had learnt a lesson from the small boy. At a very small age, this boy was helping his parents, but Raj, in order to meet the demands of his lavish lifestyle, had neglected his parents.Antonyms – Precarious
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Question 91 of 100
91. Question
2 pointsCategory: EnglishDirections(9194) One word substitutes
One who does not care for art and literature
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Question 92 of 100
92. Question
2 pointsCategory: EnglishDirections(9194) One word substitutes
The firing of several guns during a battle or as part of a ceremony
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Question 93 of 100
93. Question
2 pointsCategory: EnglishDirections(9194) One word substitutes
One who makes an official examination of accounts
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Question 94 of 100
94. Question
2 pointsCategory: EnglishDirections(9194) One word substitutes
One who helps the needy and the helpless
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Question 95 of 100
95. Question
2 pointsCategory: EnglishDirections(9597): Idiom and phrases
Get the show on the road
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Question 96 of 100
96. Question
2 pointsCategory: EnglishDirections(9597): Idiom and phrases
Keep your fingers on the pulse
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Example – An entrepreneur must keep his fingers on the pulse of the market to be successful
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Example – An entrepreneur must keep his fingers on the pulse of the market to be successful

Question 97 of 100
97. Question
2 pointsCategory: EnglishDirections(9597): Idiom and phrases
Tricks of the trade
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Example – Being into the construction business for last 10 years, I know all tricks of the trade.
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Example – Being into the construction business for last 10 years, I know all tricks of the trade.

Question 98 of 100
98. Question
2 pointsCategory: EnglishDirections(98100): Spotting errors
Many commuters were left with little choice / other than sleeping in its cars or / abandoning their vehicles and walking home / in kneedeep water. No error
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Answer – 2) Replace “its” with “theirs”
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Answer – 2) Replace “its” with “theirs”

Question 99 of 100
99. Question
2 pointsCategory: EnglishDirections(98100): Spotting errors
The city that’s become / synonymous with Digital India / dreams can’t fly if it can’t / even fix its drainage. No error
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Question 100 of 100
100. Question
2 pointsCategory: EnglishDirections(98100): Spotting errors
Sticking to the truth no matter what the / provocation or outcome is a / laudable quality that earn / you high regard from all. No error
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Answer – 3) Replace “earn” with “earns”
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Answer – 3) Replace “earn” with “earns”
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