## Sunday, 16 April 2017

### PUZZLE SET 62:BASED ON NEW PATTERN

Directions (1 -6): Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below:
Isha, Swati, Ravi, Mohan, Ruchi, Raj, Sohan and Rani are eight friends travelling by three different models of cars, viz Alto, Scorpio and WaganR. Each model of car is used by at least one female. The cars go to three places- Dwarka, Varanasi and Agra. There are three days of travel – Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. Each place is visited by at least on female. On each day at least one female travels. Isha and Mohan travel to Dwarka on the same day by the same model of car. Raj travels on Monday in Alto, but not to Agra. A person travelling to Agra uses Scorpio on Monday. WagonR goes only to Varanasi and only on Tuesday. Sohan travels to Varanasi in Alto on the day before the day on which Isha travels. Ruchi travels to Agra but she likes to travel in Alto. No male member travels in WagonR. Isha travels on the same day on which Swati travels. Ravi travels to Varanasi on Wednesday in Scorpio. Rani does not travel on Tuesday. No person travels to Dwarka on Monday. Mohan travels by the same model of car by which Sohan travels. Ruchi and Ravi travel on the same day.

### DI QUIZ:BASED ON NEW PATTERN

Directions (Q. 1-5): The following table shows the total number of students appeared in an entrance exam from six different states in different years, and the ratio of passed to failed students among them. Answer the given questions based on this table.

1). What is the difference between the total number of passed students from all six states in the year 2015 and total number of failed students from all six states in the year 2016?
a)   276
b)   288
c)   409
d)   398
e)   315

### ENGLISH QUIZ:BASED ON NEW PATTERN

Directions (1-15): In the following sentence correction questions, a part of the sentence is in bold. From the given options find the grammatically correct option.

Q1. The Glass House Mountains in Queensland, Australia, were sighted in 1770 by the English navigator Captain James Cook, by whom they were named supposedly because its sheer wet rocks glistened like glass.
(a) by whom they were named supposedly because its
(b) by whom they were named supposedly and their
(c) naming them supposedly since their
(d) who so named them supposedly because their
(e) who so named it since supposedly their