Set 1

Five students – A, B, C, D and E – wrote an objective type test paper in which there were four questions – Q1, Q2, Q3 and Q4 – with four possible answer choices – 1, 2, 3 and 4 – for each question. Only one choice is correct for each question and the correct answer choice for no two questions is the same. One mark is awarded for every correct answer and there is no negative marking for wrong answers. Each student attempted all the questions and each got a different score.

Further, the following information is known:

- A, B, C and E marked choice 3 for Q2, whereas A, B, D and E marked choice 2 for Q4.
- D got the lowest score and B’s score was less than that of E.
- The number of questions for which both C and E marked the same answer choice is not more than two.
- B, D and E marked choice 1 for Q3, and A marked choice 4 for Q1.
- Between Q1 and Q2, B marked choice 3 for one and choice 1 for the other, not necessarily in that order.
- D did not mark the same choice for any two questions.

**Q1. Who among the given students got three marks?**

- E
- A
- B
- Cannot be determined

- 3
- 4
- 2
- Cannot be determined

- A
- E
- B
- C

**Correct Answer 1**

b. A

**Correct Answer 2**

a. 3

**Correct Answer 3**

3

**Correct Answer 4**

c. B

Four women – Amrita, Babita, Chameli and Dimple – and three men – Eshwar, Farooq and Ganesh — were part of a party. These men and women comprised three married couples and a widow. The widow was the host of the party. After the party, they decided to play carom. They played exactly four games, each starting at 9:00 pm, 10:00 pm, 11:00 pm and 12:00 am respectively. The following information was also known about the games:

- The host played in the first and the last game.
- The members of any married couple were never partners in a game.
- The host won none of the games, while Dimple and Amrita won exactly one game each.
- As Eshwar was getting late, he didn’t play after the 10:00 pm game.
- Not more than one married couple ever played in the same game.

Apart from this, the teams in each game (in no specific order) are as listed below.

- Dimple
- Chameli
- Farooq
- Ganesh

**Q4. Members of the winning team gets 2 point each, while members of the losing team gets 1 point each. Which among the following pair of people had the highest total points?**

- Eshwar and Chameli
- Dimple and Eshwar
- Chameli and Farooq
- Babita and Dimple

**Correct Answer 1**

Chameli

**Correct Answer 2**

Amrita and Ganesh

**Correct Answer 3**

d. Ganesh

**Correct Answer 4**

c. Chameli and Farooq

5000 applicants from 3 different backgrounds, – B.Tech., B.Com. and B.Sc., applied for jobs in a software company.

It was observed that some of the applicants with experience did not have any certification, but all those without any experience had either a .NET or a Java certification or both.

Further 20% of the total applicants are from B.Tech. background.

The total number of applicants who have both .Net and Java certification is 1400, of which 200 are from B.Com. background.

According to the table, of the B.Tech. applicants, 40% are experienced, 60% hold a Java certification and 40% neither hold .NET nor Java certification

**Correct Answer 1**

56%

**Correct Answer 2**

600

**Correct Answer 3**

1200

**Correct Answer 4**

1400

Akshay, Manoj, Pradeep, Vishal, Vinod and Priya received a total of fifty presents for Christmas. The difference in the number of presents received by Manoj and Akshay is same as that received by Vinod and Priya.

The number of presents that Manoj received is twice that of Vishal.

The number of presents received by Pradeep is thrice that of Vinod.

The number of presents received by Priya, Vinod, Vishal, Pradeep, Manoj and Akshay are in increasing order.

Everyone received some present

There were seven students A through G who took an exam that had four subjects viz., QA, VA, LR and DI. Their scores/marks are integrally scaled to 10. The highest by anybody in any of the papers is 10 and the lowest is 5. Average indicates average score in the four subjects. None of the students, except A, got the same marks in more than one subject. Not more than one student got 10 marks in any of the subjects. Except for B all the students got 5 marks in one of the subjects. A, B, C, and D were the only students to get 10 marks and they got 10 marks in different subjects. Their averages are 6.5, 7, 7.25, 7.5, 7.75, 8, 8.25 not in any particular order. The table below shows the marks obtained by different students in different subjects

- 16
- 13
- 15
- 18

- 26
- 29
- 25
- 27

- 21
- 22
- 23
- 24

- 7.83
- 6.33
- 6.92
- 7.46

**Correct Answer 1**

b. 13

**Correct Answer 2**

a. 26

**Correct Answer 3**

d. 24

**Correct Answer 4**

d. 7.46

- North and South
- North and East
- West and North
- None

- North
- West
- East
- South

Amazon, Boomers, Crawlers, Dabblers and Easers, are all warehousing corporations specializing in handling different types of cargo viz. Rubber products, Elastomers, Operative tools, Hydraulics and Sanitary products, not necessarily in that order. These warehouses are all located in the same city but in different areas viz. Danto Point, Kinjo Point, Pinto Point, Mingo Point and Chino Point and have their cargo coming in from the cities Calicut, Erode, Agra, Coimbatore and Salem, not necessarily in that order.

Only one of the warehousing corporations has its name, its location in the city and the name of the city from where it receives cargo starting with the same letter.

Only one warehousing corporation has its name, cargo handling specialization, location in the city and the city from which it receives its cargo; all starting with different letters. The remaining warehousing corporations have at least one of the parameters (cargo handling specialization, location in the city and the city from which it receives its cargo) starting with the same letter as their name. Also:

Dabblers receives its cargo from Erode.

Amazon is located at Mingo Point but does not specialize in handling Rubber products and Elastomers.

Boomers specializes in handling Hydraulics.

The warehouse which receives its cargo from Agra does not handle Sanitary products.

- Amazon
- Boomers
- Crawlers
- Dabblers

- Calicut or Coimbatore
- Salem
- Salem or Calicut
- Salem or Coimbatore

- Kinjo Point
- Pinto Point
- Chino Point
- CBD

**Correct Answer 1**

a. Amazon

**Correct Answer 2**

d. Salem or Calicut

**Correct Answer 3**

d. CBD

Chart 1 below shows the number of days when the Indian cricket team played matches in various formats. A Test match is played for exactly five days while One-day and T20 matches are played in a single day. The team plays only one match per day.

Chart 2 below shows the number of days when the Indian cricket team played various formats outside India as a percentage of the total number of days they played the same format in that year.

- 2011
- 2012
- 2013
- 2014

- 57
- 21
- 37
- 41

- 2010
- 2011
- 2012
- 2013

**Correct Answer 1**

d. 2014

**Correct Answer 2**

d. 41

**Correct Answer 3**

d. 2013

**Correct Answer 4**

1 : 1

In the recently held city sports meet in Indore, contestants Jai, Ajit, Bimal, Veeru, Daniel, Aman, Chinoy, and Amjad bagged between them a total of 59 medals.
Given below is the data related to the medals received by the contestants.

- Bimal won five times the number of medals Chinoy won.
- Chinoy has one more medal than Aman.
- If Daniel had won four more medals, he would have won the same number of medals as Jai.
- Veeru had won eight more medals than one-third the number of medals won by Ajit.
- If Jai had won one more medal than three times the number of medals he has won then, he would have won thirteen more medals than Amjad.

**Q1. What is the highest number of medals that a person could have got?**

- 26
- 28
- 25
- 27

**Q2. What is the difference between the maximum and minimum number of medals that Amjad could have won?**

- 27
- 18
- 12
- None

**Q3. If Veeru had won 12 medals, how many medals would Jai and Chinoy win together?**

- 12
- 8
- 10
- 6

**Q4. If Bimal had won the least possible number of medals for him, who won the least number of medals?**

- Ajit
- Aman
- Daniel
- Cannot be determined

**Correct Answer 1**

d. 27

**Correct Answer 2**

b. 18

**Correct Answer 3**

c. 10

**Correct Answer 4**

b. Aman

A, B C, D, and E are five students in a class. They had five subjects for their first term exam – Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Biology, and English. After the results were declared, it was noticed that every one of them was in the top five ranks in each subject. No student had the same rank in more than one subject. Also, in no subject did no two or more students have the same rank. D and A were ranked first and last respectively in a particular subject. The ranks of A, B, C, and D were respectively in A.P. in one of the subjects. B’s rank was a prime number in Chemistry, Biology and Mathematics. A was ranked first in Mathematics and B was ranked fifth. B stood first in Physics. A and C stood third in English and Biology respectively.

**Q1. What was E’s rank in Mathematics?**

- 1
- 3
- 4
- CBD

- 2
- 5
- 1
- CBD

**Q3. In how many subjects had D outperformed both C and E?**

- 2
- 1
- 0
- CBD

**Q4. If these are the only students in the class, who got the penultimate rank in Physics?**

- C
- D
- A
- CBD

**Correct Answer 1**

b. 3

**Correct Answer 2**

a. 2

**Correct Answer 3**

b. 1

**Correct Answer 4**

c. A

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