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there is a number series with one term
1l.'fi ~ <fr ~ t fomii 1l.'fi ~ ~ ~ t~ missing shown by question mark (?).
,mql'lif) ~ (?) ~ ~ TPnt I ~ ~ WI This term is one of the alternative given.
~ <m: fqiflf'ij if f\ ~ t ~~ I Choose that number.

1. 260,216, 128, 108, 62,54, ?,27 1. 260,216, 128, 108, 62, 54, ?, 27
(A) 19 (A) 19
(B) 29 (B) 29
(C) 39 (C) 39
(D) 49 (D) 49

(A) 87 (A) 87
(B) 77 (B) 77
(C) 67 (C) 67
(D) 57 (D) 57

3. 3,S, 18,23,33, ?,48 3. 3,8,18,23,33, ?,48

(A) 37 (A) 37
,
(B) 38 (B) 38
(C) 40 (C) 40
CD) 45 (D) 45

4. 2,12,36,80,150, ? 4. 2,12,36,80,150, ?
(A) 194 (A) 194
(B) 210 (B) 210
(C) 242 (C) 242
(D) 252 (D) 252

(A) 12 (A) 12
(El 11 (B) 11
(C) 22 (C) 22
(D) 21 CD) 21


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f.$r: (vr'l~.6 it 10) Wl rrit ~ min Direction:- (Question NO.6 to 10) In each of the following questions, there is "&R'fT m -Ii "Q.'fi mq Ii1 q; ~ W:rr 'I'f1.1l t Wl a question mark in blank space and it is rrit 'ffi fClq;('q"j -Ii it "Q.'fi ~ Clit <i<i~~ only one of the four alternatives given t ~ f<f; ~ :: in 'lJ"lfi am Wl rrit 3lam in under the question which statisfies the same relationship as is found between l1Ul t I "Bit ~ q,1 ~ I the two letters to the left of the sign :: given in the question. Find the correct 6. LJH : KKl :: CIA : ? alternatives. (A) BJB 6. LJH : KKl :: CIA : ? (A) BJB (H) BBB (B) BBB (C) DBB (C) DBB (0) BBZ (0) BBZ 7. EJOT : VQLG :: BGLQ : ? 7. EJOT : VQLG :: BGLQ : ? (A) ZUPK (A) ZUPK (B) YTOJ (B) YTOJ (C) AFKP (C) AFKP (0) AEIM (0) AEIM 8. NUMBER: UNBMRE :: GHOST: ? 8. NUMBER: UNBMRE :: GHOST: ? (A) HOGST (A) HOGST (B) HOGTS (8) HOGTS (C) HGOST (C) HGOST (0) HGSOT (0) HGSOT 9. LUX : 57 :: SIT: ? 9. LUX: 57 :: SIT: ? (A) 42 (A) 42 (H) 44 (B) 44 (C) 46 (C) 46 (0) 48 (0) 48 10. MUMBAl: LTLAZH :: DELHI: ? 10. MUMBAl: LTLAZH :: DELHI: ? (A) CDKGG (A) CDKGG (H) CDKGH (H) CDKGH (C) IHLED (C) IHLED (0) BCKGH (0) BCKGH 11. 'lfu: ROUNDS q,1 fol;<ft 'F '\l[qI -Ii 11. In a certain code, ROUNDS is RONUDS ft;mn omn t <it PLEASE q,1 written as RONUDS. How IS ~ 'F '\l[qI ii %"il ft;mn -;;nirrn ? PLEASE written in that code? (A) LPAESE (A) LPAESE (8) LPAEES (B) LPAEES (C) PLAESE (C) PLAESE (0) PLASEE (D) PLASEE  12. WR VACATE <m f<:I;<fr 'F ({'1iM'l"fi) 12. In a certain code, VACATE is 'IT'n if AVACET. fffim -;;mn t m written as AVACET. How IS LI TE RATE 'fit "31'ft {'1iM<I <'Ii 'llJl'lT ii ~ LITERATE written in that code? furnn~? (A) ILETRAET (A) ILETRAET (B) ILTEARTE (B) ILTEARTE (C) ILTREATE (C) ILTREATE (D) ILETARET (D) ILETARET 13. If in the word RECRUITMENT the 13. ~ ~ RECRUITMENT if "I!~ 311\1\ first letter is interchanged with the <m 311fuIil 311\1\it <R:R W:n;;rrq, ~ 311\1\ last letter, the second letter is 'fit 311fuIil it ~ <'IlB 311\1\ it <R:R W:n interchanged with the second last ;;rrq, ~"II'IiR 3P-r 'ifi I m~ m 311\1\-:ril letter and so on. Which letter would come after I in the newly m <'IlB ~ ii I ill om:: 31J1'trrr I formed word. (A) E (A) E (B) M (B) M (C) U (C) U CD) E (D) E 14. ~ ~ DOCUMENTATION if mm: 14. If the position of the third and tenth letters of the' word am ~ 311\1\ <m WIT<! 3ll'm if <R:R m DOCUMENTATION are inter- ;;rrq, ~ "II'IiR ;;it~ am moii. ~ am changed and likewise the position "0OiI 31~ 'l>i WIT<! 3ll'm if <R:R m ;;rrq of the fourth and seventh letters, the second and sixth letters is also m ~ am it ''ll<\;qj 311\1\ ~ m itTJT? interchanged, which of the (A) U following will be eleventh letter from the right end? , (B) C (A) U (C) T (B) C (D) I (C) T (D) I 15. nm 40 qli <til {f?!l$ 60 qli <til tI
15. Harish is 40 years old and Rais is
fcf;<R crf ~ "3"'!<'IiT 3ll'j <til ~ 3: 5 60 years old. How many years ago
?!I? was the ratio of their ages 3 : 5 ?
(A) 5 crf (A) 5 years
(B) 10 years
(8) IO crf
(C) 20 years
(C) 20 crf (D) 30 years
(D) 30 crf
16. A can do a certain job in 12 days. B
16. A f<:I;<fr'Iil<f <m 12 ~ ii 'Im'lT t I B, A is 60% more efficient than A. How
q,1 !!ffil ii 60% ml-.l'fi"(11\fIf t I <iTB ~ many days does B alone take to do
"31'ft"<'fiT!! 'fit fifi<f.l ~ ii 'lU ~ B<rr ? the same job?
(A) 5 Y2 (8) 6 Y2 (A) 5 Y2 (8) 6 Y2
(C) 7 Y2 (D) 8 Y2 (C) 7 Y2 (D) 8 Y2

17. 30 ftm <l; '% m'Wll ii, ~~ 3i'R "'IT'fT2: 1 17. In a mixture of 30 litres, the ratio
<l; ~ ii ~ I 'life: 1<lI 3lJ'1l<! 1: 2 <it m, of milk and water
ratio is to 1:2, then
is 2: 1. If this
the quantity of
~ f<mRT "'IT'fT3i'R fi:ffiRT ?m water to be further added is -
(A) 5~ (A) 5 litre
(B) 10~ (B) 10 litre
(C) 20 ftm (C) 20 litre
(0) 30~ (D) 30 litre

f.$r : ( 'llV'l "iii. 18 afu 19 ) WI TJil m ii ~ <l; mVPHl ~ *i~ ~ TrH', it t- In the following relationships questions, some have been expressed x =~t through symbols which are explained below:- Il = "ffic:T ~ ~ x = Greater than + = <m<I1: ~ ~ t> = Not less than ~ = <m<I1: t + = Not equal to + =~~t ~ = Equal to D = "ffic:T t + =Not greater than D = Less than Fr;it TTit JWfi if 3 q<Jifi7 'fiif;rif * 37T!W W trtt 60< In each question find the correct answer q;rTPR~- based on these signs. 18. 'life: a x bile <it ~ ~ ~ - 18. Ifax b t> c , it follows. (A) b ~ a xc (A) b~axc (B) all b + c (B) at>b +c (C) c+ b D a (C) c +bDa (0) b Il a ~ c (0) b Il a ~c 19. 'life: a x b x c t <it ~ Wrn ~ 'lilI ~ - 19. Ifax b x c, it does not imply. (A) b x a ~c (A) bxa~c (B) ex b t> a (B) ex b t> a (C) a + ex b (C) a + ex b (D) b + a DC (D) b + a DC 20. 23 3i'R 100 <l; llUl V;m %<Rl ~lqi fd'li 20. How many natural numbers are ~ t oft 6 <l 'rli fc!~ ~T<fnT? there between 23 and 100 which are exactly divisible by 6 ? (A) 10 (A) 10 (B) 11 (B) 11 (C) 12 (C) 12 (D) 13 (D) 13 [6) f.rW: (Wf9i. 21 'if 25) ~"l!1R if W: 'Tit Direction :- (Question No. 21 to 25) In each of the following question, fq;;f 'f>1'Ifci ft;il'Tit "ffi: fqq;('q'j (A, B,. C, D) il complete the missing segment by 'f>ft/t I selecting from the given four (A, B, C, D) 21. alternative;;, 21. 11. (A) (B) (C) (D) ..11. (A) (B) (C) (D) 22. 22. ~ (A) (B) (C) (0) ~~ (A) (B) (C) (0) 23. 23 . ~~~1iJ (A) (B) (C) (D) 24. 24. E9 ~ E9 ~ 0 ?. 0 ?. ~ (A) m (B) [;8J !ili] (C) (D) 1~1~1[;8J1~1 (A) (B) (C) (D)  t I t 25. 25. rnKRIJ (A) (B) (C) (0) rnKRIJ (A) (B) (C) (D) f.$r : ( "lW'f~. 26 <l 30 ) >I\'PlW fu;jj if ~ Direction:- (Question No. 26 to 30)

The first two figures bear a definite
~ ~t< t I ~ ~t< ~ "'lR if 00 sil ~ em'!
relation with each other. Bearing that
fu;jj if fl -mmf<Br mkill
relation in mind pickup the fourth figure
26. from the answer figures.

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(A) (ll) IC) (D)

27.
27.

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?

I 7 I-~I~""I L I
(A) (B) IC) (D)
171~1~1
(Al (8) (C)
L
(0)

28. , ~

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I A II D I ? I 28'1~'AIIDI?
I

IDIDIDIDI
(A) (8) (C) (0)
IDID/DIDI
(AI (8) (C) (D)

(8)

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29.
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3"fi< fq;[

Ipl (A)
TI
(B)
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(C)
l-ll
(D)
I pi T 1-l1
(A) (8)
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(C) (D)

30. 30.
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? I I 01. 1. II ~ I
10
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(A) (B) (C) (D) (A) (B) (C) (D)

31. While climbing a tower with 180

31. lJ:'fi~'R~~ 180~it~
t I~ ~ ~ 30 ~ ~ <lR2 f'ilf.R:'~ steps, a man rests after every 30
fuiI~t <iT~~'3m~(jq;~
steps for 2 minutes. How long did
! i1F<A tllp:[ (jq;~ t ? he rest before reaching the top?
(Al 10 minutes
(Al 10 f'ilf.R:
(Bl 12 minutes
(Bl 12 f'ilf.R:
(Cl 18 minutes
(Cl 18 f'ilf.R: (D) 15 minutes
(D) 15 f'ilf.R:
32. In a party 100 students shake
32. ~ -qTif i'j 100 <m lJ:'fi~ it ~~ f1:R;ffit hands with each and every other
~ I~ <m 3A m;if it ~~ fi:R;mn t I<it
student. How many hand shakes
i1F<A GfI\ ~"l fittnill]it ?
will there be ?
(Al 2000 (Al 2000
(Bl 4000 (B) 4000
(C) 4950 (Cl 4950
(Dl 9900 (D) 9900

33. 'If<:" 1 "f'lCfft 2012 'fit <fclcm: t <it 33. If 1 Januar)' 2012 falls on Sunday,
1 Fc;ftkl{ 2012 'fit m m ft;.I m? which day will be 1 December 2012 ?
(Al <fclcm: (A) Sunday
(B) mcrn: (B) Saturday
(Cl ~ (C) Friday
(D) ~ (D) Thursday

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34. f1"11\1fGd if "it 'fiR w fc;'l ~ 'f;l ~ 34. Which of the following cannot be
fc;'l -=m m ~ ? the first day of a century year?
(A) ~ (A) Monday
(8) "l:jlmR (8) Tuesday
(C) ~tm (C) Wednesday
(0) Thursday
(D) "'R
35. A clock is set right ai 5 am. Thil
35. ~ <!it 'lit 5 am 'R fl:rnpn 1J<nI ~
clock loses 16 minutes in 24 hours.
24 ~ if 16 fi1f.lz -.:il"0 m
orrm hi:itil ft;.l
~ ~ 10 pm q;;mft t <it .m
Wl'l 'PlI
What will be the true time when the
clock indicates 10 pm on 4th day?
m? (A) 9 pm
(A) 9 pm (B) 10 pm
(8) 10pm (C) 11 pm
(C) 11 pm (D) 12pm
(0) 12pm
36 .. Which of the following angles is
36. f<l>m~ q,"t w:ri ~ ti"&lTaff ~ <it"l 'fiR made between the two numbers of
w 'filuT <ARft t ? a clock?
(A) 40 (A) 40
(8) 30 (8) 30
(C) 20 (C) 20
(D) 10 (D) 10

37. fu:it Trit ffi if qrif qft ti"&lT ~ - 37. Count the number of squares in the
given figure.

(A) 13 (A) 13
(H) 15 (B) 15
(C) 16 (C) 16
(D) 17 (0) 17

:lS. 1 "it 12 (j<j;" ~ ~'lit 3fq;'f 'f;l WT 'PlI m? 38. The sum of all the numbers from
~ 1 3th: 12 'lit flf"lf<f1d t I
1 to 12 (including 1 and 12 too)
(A) 84 (A) 84
(8) 78 (E) 78
(C) 72 (C) 72
(0) 60 W) 60

(10)

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f.$T : ("llV'f ~. 39 it 40 ) Rit l']"i\ "IIV'l,Rit l']"i\ Direction: (Q. NO.39 to 40) are based on the following figure showing four ffi '" 3lImful t'. ~ 'ffi ~ ~ ~ '<'lfc persons at the four corners of a square it 'ffi m '" ~ sit~ m I Rit TJil fq'f)('q'j it piece of plot. Find the correct answer <l mn q;J WR q;ftit - from among the alternatives given Cr---------,A under each question. ~ C.-------,A E , N_-+--~S N_-+--~S w B D w BL-.------lD 39. A ~ <RI<IT -g3ll '<.'IlC qit 'm "<tlffi "IlW"l 39. A starts crossing the field 'li\<'IT~ I 3lIm ~ w:l "<tl"Git ~ ~ <;i<ft diagonally. After walking half the distance he turns right, walks some aitt ~ t ~ ~ 'R'R it om:: ~ distance and turns left. Which <n<ffaitt 7jffijJ ~ , m~ 31<l film Km direction is A facing now? it ~? (A) North,East (A) "3m - 'J:Ci (B) North-West (C) South-East (B) "3m-~ (D) South-West (C) ~&fUT-'J:Ci (0) ~&fUT-~ 40. From the original position in the figure, D and B move one and a half length of sides clockwise and 40. am1 q If<1fq'f) Wffil <l D 3fR B Ifitro: anticlockwise respectively. Which ~ qft Km it (f?[l~ qft fcr:!ful Km it one of the following statement is '<.'IlC qft 'flIT "'li 'flIT it ~ 1J1T ~ it true? <m<n: ~ m t' , Rit TJil <n>Rf it <l ~ (A) Band D are both at the mid m~~t? point between A and C. (A) B 3fR D ~ A 3fR c it llUl t' I (B) D is at the midpoint between A and C, and B at the corner (B) D, A 3fR c it liUl ~ '" 3fR A originally occupied by A. qft q(f<1fq'f) WffiI '" I (C) Band D are both at the midpoint between A and D. (C) B 3fR D ~ A 3fR DitllU!~ (D) B is at the midpoint between "" A and original position of D and D at the mid point (0) B, D qfr QIf<1fq'f) WffiI 3fR A it between original position of B llUl ~ '" (f?[lD, B '1ft ClIf<1fCl'f) and C. WffiI 3fR c it ll'.;q fiq '" I ,  , 1 f.$T : (Wi Ql.41 it 45 ) M ~ ~ -m Directions (Q. No. 41 to 45) : Each of

the following questions given below
if.ilR ~m it ~ M ~ t' I ~ A, B, C
contains three groups of things. You are
q D 3ffif>o. M 1f1:l m if it ~ m <it 'fRl to choose from the following four
t- ~ 6-l ~m if -mT W:ltl ~ m- lettered (A, B, C and D) diagrams, the
one that depicts the correct relationship
among the groups of things in each
question.
(]])@~~
(A) (B) (C) (D)
(]])@~~
41. ~~. ~ f&<"llsl m (A) (B) (C) (D)

42. 'FI,~. ~ 41. Tennis fans, Cricket players,

43. llJ&l.~. ~ Students
42. Flowers, Clothes, White
44. ~. fi:n. ~
43. Human beings, Teachers, Graduates
45. ~.~.~ 44. Males, Fathers, Doctors
45. Authors, Teachers, Male
46. X, Y q;j ~ t- I B, Y q;j ~ t I X, D q;j
46. X is brother of Y B is brother of Y
~ t- ~ N, D q;j ~ ~ t- I <it Y 3Th:
X is brother of D but N is not
D it ~ 'P<I W:ltl t? brother of D. How Y is related to D ?
(A) ~ (A) Sister
(B) ~ (B) Brother
(C) Cousin
(C) ~~
(D) Nephew
(D) ~

47. Pointing towards a man another

47. ~ ~ 'll1 31'n:~Im m~ ~ man said, he is the son of my
q;mn t it m fi:nq,"t ~ q;j itcJ t I <it father's sister. Then what is the
relation between them?
6-lit ~ 'P<I W:ltl t- ?
(A) fi:n- ~ (A) Father-Son
(B) Brother
(B) ~
(C) Cousin
(C) ~ 'fTt
(D) 'lfi'lI- ~
(D) Uncle-Nephew

48. 34.95 + 240.016 + 23.98 = ? 48. 34.95 + 240.016 + 23.98 = ?

(A) 298.0946 (A) 298.0946

(C) 299.09 (C) 299.09

(D) 298.946
(D) 298.946

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49. ~ fun q ~ "if>'! Cf<ftlR ~ 'liT <itrr 49. The sum of the present ages of a
60 Cf1f ~ I 6 tm'I ~ fun "if>'! ~ , ~"if>'! father and his son is 60 years. Six
~ <'t 'li'f "T!T2ft I~: tm'I ~ ~ "if>'! ~
years ago, father's age was five
times the age of the son. After six
~-
years, son's age will be .
(A) 12 Cf1f
(A) 12 years
(B) 14 Cf1f
(B) 14 years
(C) 18 Cf1f
(C) 18 years
(D) 20 Cf1f
(D) 20 years

50. ~t--qrn480~t ~~~t-

m, 'li'f ~ t- m, am ~ ~ t- m 50. Bablu has Rs. 480 in the
denominations of one rupee notes,
~ tI~ VtIiR t- '1lif "if>'! tf&lJ
five rupee notes and ten rupee
WlR~ I (it 0"ifeI; -qrn~ fcl;<R mt ? notes. The number of notes of each
(A) 45 denomination is equal. What is the
total no. of notes that he has ?
(B) 90
(A) 45
(C) 60 (B) 90
(D) 75 (e) 60
(D) 75