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SBI PO New Pattern Based Questions Exercise 13

New Pattern English Quiz For SBI PO

Direction: In each question below three statements are given. You have to identify which statement contains error and mark it as your option.

  1. (i) Manish regretted his selfish behavior by not spending more time among his children while they were growing up.
    (ii) It is a magical experience when you spent an entire day meeting young entrepreneurs and learning new technologies and processes from innovative producers striving to make a difference.
    (iii) Because the convict developed a full-proof escape plan, he was able to elude capture for over twelve years.
    A) Only (i) is wrong
    B) Only (ii) is wrong
    C) Only (iii) is wrong
    D) Both (i) and (ii) are wrong
    E) All correct

     
  2. (i) Reducing the use of cash in the economy and attacking black money are wholesome goals.
    (ii) The government has done well to offer those who passed up the Income Declaration Scheme (IDS) one more chance to disclose unaccounted income and become legitimate citizens.
    (iii) Hillary Clinton won more votes than Trump but lose the election because Donald Trump won more seats in the electoral college.
    A) Only (i) is wrong
    B) Only (ii) is wrong
    C) Only (iii) is wrong
    D) Both (i) and (ii) are wrong
    E) All correct

  3. (i) Competition over freshwater resources could emerge as a serious threat to long-term peace and stability in Asia.
    (ii) Though there are a finite number of beans in that jar, it is hard to count without the helping of a machine.
    (iii) The tax department will reportedly probe deposits under Rs 2.5 lakh if there is evidence of wrongdoing by people after demonetisation.
    A) Only (i) is wrong
    B) Only (ii) is wrong
    C) Only (iii) is wrong
    D) Both (ii) and (iii) are wrong
    E) All correct

  4. (i) The inventor was saddened to learn his latest invention contained manifold flaws that would prevent him from going to market.
    (ii) A lot of hue and cry has been made about Donald Trump’s off the record meeting with television executives at Trump Tower.
    (iii) After five long years, an Indian minister was supposed to visit Denmark in the middle of November, but the meeting was called upon at the last minute.
    A) Only (i) is wrong
    B) Only (ii) is wrong
    C) Only (iii) is wrong
    D) Both (i) and (iii) are wrong
    E) All correct

  5. (i) When war broke out in their home country, a diaspora of refugees settled in a neighbouring nation.
    (ii) The Centre needs to clarify and make it clear that the green cess in coal mining would be solely used for green projects
    (iii) His hateful heart and evil ways caused the man to lose the respect of his family.
    A) Only (i) is wrong
    B) Only (ii) is wrong
    C) Only (iii) is wrong
    D) Both (ii) and (iii) are wrong
    E) All correct

  6. (i) Water sharing disputes within India are inevitable as rivers flow in state boundaries.
    (ii) The continuing face-off between the Supreme Court and the government over the appointment of judges to the higher judiciary is reaching a flashpoint.
    (iii) The government has done well to end the exchange of old notes for new and ask people, instead, to deposit the old currency in their possession in their bank accounts.
    A) Only (i) is wrong
    B) Only (ii) is wrong
    C) Only (iii) is wrong
    D) All wrong
    E) All correct

  7. (i) The study results are classified based on criteria adopted by the health department.
    (ii) The illiterate man could not complete the job application.
    (iii) I have an utter disdain for people that want something for nothing.
    A) Only (i) is wrong
    B) Only (ii) is wrong
    C) Only (iii) is wrong
    D) Both (i) and (ii) are wrong
    E) All correct

  8. (i) The Supreme Court’s ruling that temporary employees are entitled to regular pay scale, apart with dearness allowance, as their peers in government doing the same work is a welcome decision.
    (ii) According to the contract, an arbitrator will mediate the business dispute between the two firms.
    (iii) The call for boycott of Chinese goods in the Indian social media and other forums has final brought out an official reaction from the Chinese.
    A) Only (i) is wrong
    B) Only (ii) is wrong
    C) Only (iii) is wrong
    D) Both (i) and (iii) are wrong
    E) All correct

  9. (i) Public opinion has almost always been in the hands of the privileged class.
    (ii) More than six decades after the legislating the Minimum Wages Act of 1948 the country is yet to introduce a national minimum wage.
    (iii) The Reserve Bank of India’s (RBI) decision to hold its policy rates, rather than to slash it by a quarter of a percentage point, as had been widely expected, is justified.
    A) Only (i) is wrong
    B) Only (ii) is wrong
    C) Only (iii) is wrong
    D) All are wrong
    E) All correct

  10. (i) The sharp increase in girl enrolment rates in the states has boosting hopes of reducing gender disparities over the coming years.
    (ii) If you stay consistent in your practice, you will surely improve.
    (iii) If the council cannot mediate the crisis between the two countries, there may be an international war.
    A) Only (i) is wrong
    B) Only (ii) is wrong
    C) Only (iii) is wrong
    D) Both (i) and (ii) are wrong
    E) All correct

 

 

Solutions

  1. Option D
    Explanation:
    (i) among=>with ; with his children. (ii) spent=>spend
  2. Option C
    Explanation:
    (iii) lose=>lost. She has already lost.
  3. Option B
    Explanation: (ii) helping => help
  4. Option D
    Explanation:
    (i) him=>it ; (Subject is his invention); (iii) upon=>off; (the second part of the statement starts with BUT, its hints that the meeting has been cancelled. For such case we use called off.)
  5. Option B
    Explanation:
    (ii) in=>on
  6. Option A
    Explanation:
    (i) in=>across
  7. Option E                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    
  8. Option D
    Explanation:
    (i) apart=>along ; (iii) final=>finally
  9. Option C
    Explanation:
    (iii) it=>them(slash them by a quarter; as subject is policy rates)
  10. Option A
    Explanation:
    (i) boosting=>boosted

 

Quant New Pattern SBI PO 2017

Q1. In a village, the average age of n people is 42 years. But after the verification it was found that the age of a person had been considered 20 years less than the actual age, so the new average, after the correction, increased by 1. The value of n is:  

(a) 21
(b) 20
(c) 22
(d) 23
(e) Can’t be determined
Q2. The average age of a family of 6 members 4 year ago was 25 years. Meanwhile a child was born in this family and still the average age of the whole family is same today. The present age of the child is: 
(a) 2 years
(b) 1 1/2 years
(c) 1 year
(d) 3 years
(e) Can’t be determined
 
Q3. Tap A can fill a tank in 20 hours, B in 25 hours but tap C can empty a full tank in 30 hours. Starting with A, followed by B and C each tap opens alternatively for one hour period till the tank gets filled up completely. In how many hour the tank will be filled up completely?
(a) 51 11/15
(b) 52 2/3
(c) 24 4/11
(d) 37 1/7
(e) Can’t be determined
Q4. A group of students prepared stuffed toys as part of their group activity. They spent Rs. 100 on velvet, Rs 5 on thread and needle and Rs. 27 on miscellaneous items. They made 50 toys, 50% of which were purchased by force by some senior students causing them a loss of 50%. At what % profit should they sell the remaining toys so as to gain 50% on their total cost?
(a) 100%
(b) 150%
(c) 75%
(d) 125%
(e) None of these
Q5. A shopkeeper marks up his goods by 20% and then gives a discount of 20%. Besides he cheats both his supplier and customer by 100 g, i.e., he takes 1100 g from his supplier and sells only 900 g to his customer. What is his net profit percentage? 
(a) 24.5%
(b) 17.33%
(c) 25%
(d) 32.5%
(e) None of these
Directions (6-10): In each of these questions, two equations (I) and (II) are given. You have to solve both the equations and give answer 
(a) If x>y
(b) If x≥y
(c) If x<y
(d) If x ≤y
(e) If x = y or no relation can be established between x and y.
   
Directions (11-15): The following table provides the percentage of marks of 6 different students in 10th standard in 6 different subjects. Every Subject is given with their Maximum Marks. Study the table carefully and answer the following Question:                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        
Q11. What is the ratio of total marks scored by Vivek, Arunoday and Neeraj in History to the average marks scored by Arunoday, Gaurav, Sameer and Sonam in Science?
(a) 48 : 29
(b) 29 : 48
(c) 29 : 42
(d) 42 : 29
(e) None of these
Q12. What is the percentage of overall marks scored by Sameer?
(a) 70.3%
(b) 70.2%
(c) 70.4%
(d) 70.1%
(e) None of these
Q13. Find the average marks scored by these students in Computer.
(a) 27.4
(b) 32.2
(c) 30
(d) 28.4
(e) None of these
Q14. Find the total marks scored by Sonam in all Subject together. 
(a) 330
(b) 335
(c) 327
(d) 320
(e) None of these
Q15. Find the difference between average percentage of marks scored by all students in Hindi and that in English. 
(a) 9.33
(b) 6.33
(c) 1.33
(d) 3.33
(e) None of these

 

Solutions

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Reasoning New Pattern SBI PO 2017

Directions (1-2): Each question below contains two rows marked by I and II. The resultant of each row can be found by the rules given below. Answer the question followed by the rows by finding the resultant with the help of following five rules:

1) If a perfect cube is followed by an odd number, then the numbers are needed to be added.

2) If an even number is followed by a prime number, then subtract the second number from the first one.

3) If an odd number is followed by a perfect square, divide the second number by the first one.

4) If an odd number is followed by a non-perfect square, multiply the two numbers.

5) If a composite number is followed by an even number, then the numbers are needed to be added.
Q.1)
I.   22     6      13
II.  5       x      25
If x is equal to the resultant of the first row, then find the resultant of the second  row.
A) 1/5
B) 1/6
C) 1/4
D) 1/2
E) 1/3

Q.2)
I.   4    4      3
II.  3   81    19
Find the addition of the resultant of the two rows.
A) 58
B) 67
C) 46
D) 65
E) 70

Directions (3-4): Point C is 7 m east of point B. Point H is 5 m north of point G which is 10 m east of point F. Point B is 6 m south of point A. Point D is 3 m south of point C. Point D is 5 m east of point E which is 4 m north of point F
Q.3)
What is the distance AH?
A) 6√10 m
B) 3√11 m
C) 4√13 m
D) 4√10 m
E) None of these

Q.4)
A person starts from point A in west direction. After walking 4 m he takes a left turn and stops at point J which is west of point F. Find JF + CD
A) 10 m
B) 9 m
C) 8 m
D) 11 m
E) 7 m

Q.5)
E is sister of A. B who has 3 children is grandfather of Q. G is brother of P, who is mother of F.  R is daughter of D and sister of G. A is father of Q. A is not son of D who is married to B. How is P related to Q?
A) Mother
B) Aunt
C) Sister
D) Mother or aunt
E) Cannot be determined

Directions (6-7): From which of the following options do the given conclusions follow.
Q.6)
Conclusions: Some red are blue. No green is white.
Statements:
A) No green is red. All red are white. Some white are blue.
B) No green is red. All white are red. Some white are blue.
C) All green are red. Some red are white. No white is blue.
D) Some green are red. All red are white. No white is blue.
E) None
Q.7)
Conclusions: All rats are lions is a possibility.  Some elephants are not rats.
Statements:
A) All lions are cheetahs. Some cheetahs are tigers. All tigers are elephants. No cheetah is rat.
B) All lions are cheetahs. Some cheetahs are tigers. Some tigers are elephants. Some cheetahs are rats.
C) Some lions are cheetahs. All cheetahs are tigers. Some tigers are elephants. No tiger is rat.
D) Some lions are cheetahs. All cheetahs are tigers. Some tigers are elephants. No cheetah is rat.
E) None

Q.8)
In which of the following options fourth statement follows from the first three statements?
A) Some apple are banana. No banana is grapes. All grapes are orange. Some apple are not orange.
B) All grapes are banana. No banana is apple. Some apple is orange. Some apple are not grapes.
C) No orange is grapes. Some grapes is banana. All banana is apple. Some apple are not grapes.
D) Some banana is grapes. All grapes is orange. No orange is apple. Some apple are not banana.
E)  Does not follow in any option.

Q.9)
If each alternative number is increased by 2 starting from first number and others decreased by 1 in the number 28496218, then how many numbers will repeat themselves in the new number?
A) None
B) One
C) Two
D) Three
E) More than three

Q.10)
How many pairs of letters are there in the word EXAMINATION, each of which has as many letters between them as in the English alphabet?
A) None
B) One
C) Two
D) Three
E) More than three

Answers:
Ans 1) Option E
Explanation:
For row I –
From rule 5: 22 + 6 = 28
From rule 2: 28 – 13 = 15
Resultant of first row = 15
So, x = 15
For row II –
From rule 4: 5 × 15 = 75
From rule 3: 25/75 = 1/3
Resultant of second row = 1/3

Ans 2) Option D
Explanation:
For row I –
From rule 5: 4 + 4 = 8
From rule 1: 8 + 3 = 11
Resultant of first row = 11
For row II –
From rule 3: 81/3 = 27
From rule 4

: 27 × 2 = 54
Resultant of second row = 54
So addition = 11 + 54 = 65Ans 3)Option CAns 4) Option B
Explanation:
JF = 4 + 2 = 6 m
So JF + CD = 6 + 3 = 9 m

Ans 5) Option D
Explanation:
B and D forms a couple. A is father of Q. and B is grandfather of Q. But A is not son of D
So A is not son of B and D.  B and D have 3 children – p, G and R. G is a male so cant be married to A. R and P both are females, so either of them is married to A and so is a mother of Q. So P can be mother or aunt of Q.

Ans 6) Option B
Explanation:
C) option: Some glasses are cups and No cup is spoons. SO No glass is spoon.
All glasses are cups. Some glasses are bowls. SO Some cups are bowl.

Ans 7) Option C
Explanation:
You will have to check all the options to find out that which statements make both the conclusions follow.

Ans 8)  Option B
Explanation:
In option B, All apples are grapes is not a possibility, so the fourth statement – Some apple are not grapes follows

Ans 9)  Option C
Explanation:
28496218
47688137
7 and 8

Ans 10)   Option C
Explanation:
In forward direction – EI
In reverse direction – NO

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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