Tuesday, 28 February 2017

DI QUIZ9:BASED ON NEW PATTERN

Directions (Q. 1 – 5): Following pie-chart shows the percentage distribution of total marks scored by a student in Unit Test-1 and Unit Test-2. In Unit Test-1 he got 750 marks and in Unit Test-2 800.
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1. What is the total marks scored by the student in Physics, Chemistry and Maths together in Unit Test-2?
1) 461
2) 463
3) 465
4) 467
5) 469
2. What is the difference of marks scored by him in Chemistry in Test-2 and that in English in Test-1?
1) 36
2) 15
3) 9
4) Nil
5) None of these

TARGET SBI PO DAY1:Mixtures And Alligations

1.A vessel is filled with liquid, 4 parts of which are water and 5 parts syrup. How much of the mixture must be drawn off and replaced with water so that the mixture may be half water and half syrup?
A.1/9
B.1/10
C.1/5
D.1/12
E.1/7

2.Rice worth Rs. 126 per kg and Rs. 134 per kg are mixed with a third variety in the ratio 1 : 1 : 2. If the mixture is worth Rs. 177 per kg, the price of the third variety per kg will be:
A.254
B.216
C.224
D.238
E.262

CODING DECODING BASED ON NEW PATTERN

Directions (1-5): Study the information and answer the following questions:

In a certain code language "higher we goes money"  is written as "ZX5%  YN2@  VT4& FX6*. And " Umbrella kite I satellite" is written as  " AF8@, SX1&, NK4%, LU9*.And  "John belong to America " is written as "VL2@  CA7*  LQ4&  NT6#. And " Sweet are necessary health" is written as " UA5@  LX3#  CT9&  UV6*.

Q1.What is the code for ‘school’ in the given code language?
(a)  CX3#
(b) LU9$
(c) FH6%
(d) KQ7*
(e)None of these


Q2.What is the code for ‘Money Required’ in the given code language?
(a) ZX6@   KL8*
(b) WE7@   UY8*
(c) JH8#  LK5%
(d) PW8%  DJ9#
(e)None of these

PUZZLE SET21:SBI PO

Directions (Q. 1-5): Read the following information carefully and answer the questions.
Eight persons M, N, O, P, Q, R, S and T belonging to different cities, viz Delhi, Kolkata, Chennai, Mumbai, Lucknow, Jaipur, Pune and Bangalore, but not necessarily in the same order, went to Hyderabad to attend an awareness programme to reduce pollution in our country. Each had a different specialisation, viz Literature, Science, Economics, Marketing, Designing, Information Technology, Choreography and Acting, but not necessarily in the same order.
Q is from Chennai. S does not have specialisation in Literature or Science. O is from Lucknow and he has specialisation in Designing. Neither R nor S has specialisation in Marketing or Information Technology. One who is from Chennai has specialisation in Choreography. M and N have specialisation either in Information Technology or in Acting. P does not have specialisation in Marketing and R does not have specialisation in Science. One who is from Mumbai has specialisation in Literature and one who is from Delhi has specialisation in Science. S and T belong either to Pune or to Kolkata. M and S do not belong to Bangalore and Pune respectively. One who belongs to Jaipur has specialisation in Acting.
1. Which of the following combinations is definitely true in respect of the above information?
1) M – Jaipur – Information Technology
2) O – Mumbai – Designing
3) T – Pune – Marketing
4) P – Delhi – Literature
5) S – Chennai – Economics

ENGLISH QUIZ:BASED ON NEW PATTERN

Directions (1-15): In the following questions a paragraph is given and a sentence or a phrase/clause is missing in this paragraph. In some questions last sentence is missing. From the given options choose the most suitable sentence or phrase/clause that completes the idea expressed in the given paragraph. 

Q1. Perhaps the simplest and easiest way to understand is the argument of the First Cause. I may say that when I was a young man and was debating these questions very seriously in my mind, I for a long time accepted the argument of the First Cause, until one day, at the age of eighteen, I read John Stuart Mill’s Autobiography, and I there found this sentence: “My father taught me that the question ‘Who made me?’ cannot be answered, since it immediately suggest the further question ‘Who made god?’’’ _______________
If everything must have a cause, then God must have a cause. If there can be anything without a cause, it may just as well be the world as God, so that there cannot be any validity in that argument.
(a) There is no reason why the world could have come into being without a cause.
(b) That argument, I suppose, does not carry very much weight nowadays, because, in the first place, cause is not quite what is used to be.
(c) That very simple sentence showed me, as I still think, the fallacy in the argument of the First Cause.
(d) It brings us to the central truth that God is the ultimate source and essence of everything.
(e) None of the above fits in the paragraph correctly.