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IBPS PO Pre: Mini Practice Set – 27(October 12, 2018)

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Dear Aspirants,

We have already launched an exclusive series of Posts under the head, “Mini Practice Set: IBPS PO Pre”. This section will definitely aid your preparation for the upcoming IBPS PO Pre Exam. So, utilize it at the most. All the Best!

Here, the Mini Practice Set-27 for IBPS PO Pre.

Directions (Q. 1-5): Study the following table  carefully and answer the given questions.

  1. If the ratio of the yearly rate of interest on the amount invested by Anupam to the yearly rate of simple interest on the amount invested by Shikhar is 4 : 5, then what will be the amount invested by Shikhar that earns an interest of Rs. 5505?

      1) Rs. 16000         2) Rs. 15800         3) Rs. 18000         4) Rs. 35000         5) Rs. 36700

  1. If Akash invests his money, which is compounded annually for 3 years at the rate 4% per annum then what is the difference between the amount earned by Akash after 3 years and that after 2 years?

      1) Rs. 865.78        2) Rs. 965.78        3) Rs. 665.28        4) Rs. 765.78        5) Rs. 865.28

  1. The ratio of the principal of Sohan to that of Aakash is 5 : 4. If the rate of simple interest for Sohan is 30% more than the rate of interest applied for Aakash, then calculate the interest earned by Sohan.

      1) Rs. 5200           2) Rs. 4600           3) Rs. 4800           4) Rs. 5400           5) Rs. 3600

  1. If Vivek invests 25% more money than that invested by Anupam, what will be the amount received by Vivek after 3 years if he invests the amount at the rate 2% compounded annually?

      1) Rs. 12484.876  2) Rs. 19897.65    3) Rs. 19979.896  4) Rs. 13498.496  5) Rs. 13082.396

  1. If the amount received by Shikhar is equal to 5 times the interest earned by him then what will be the rate of interest if calculated at simple interest?

      1) 12.22%        2) 8.33%          3) 10.44%        4) 15.55%        5) 7.66%

Directions (Q. 6-10): Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below:

Eight sportspersons Dipu, Dewesh, Shivani, Deepak, Vijay, Vinayak, Sumit and Ravindra are sitting around a square table, in such a way that four of them sit at the four corners while four of them sit on four sides. Two persons who sit at the corners face outward while two of them face inward. Two persons who sit on the sides face outward while two of them face inward. Each of them plays a different sport, viz Badminton, Tennis, Football, Cricket, Shooting, Wrestling, Billiards and Boxing, but not necessarily in the same order.

  • The one who plays Shooting sits on the immediate right of Deepak, who doesn’t play Billards.
  • Sumit is not an immediate neighbour of Deepak.
  • Sumit sits fourth to the right of Vinayak.
  •  Shivani plays Football and is an immediate neighbour of both Vinayak and Dipu.
  • Dipu sits third to the right of the one who plays Shooting.
  • Dipu sits at the corner of the square.
  • Vijay sits third to the right of Dipu, who plays Boxing.
  • Shivani faces outward and sits on the immediate left of Vinayak and on the immediate right of Dipu.
  • The one who plays Boxing sits second to the left of the one who plays Tennis.
  • The one who plays Badminton sits second to the left of Deepak.
  • Dewesh doesn’t play Shooting.
  • The one who plays Wrestling sits second to the left of the one who plays Football.
  • Deepak sits third to the right of Ravindra.
  1. Who amongst the following sits opposite Dipu?

      1) The one who sits on the immediate left of Dewesh and on the immediate right of Sumit

      2) The one who plays Cricket and sits third to the right of Vinayak

      3) The one who sits on the immediate left of Vijay and Dewesh

      4) The one who plays Football

      5) None of these

  1. Four of the following five are alike in a certain way and so form a group. Which of the following doesn’t belong to that group?

      1) Boxing – Vinayak               2) Badminton – Deepak

      3) Cricket – Vinayak               4) Wrestling – Dipu

      5) Billiards – Ravindra

  1. Which of the following statements is/are true?

      1) The one who plays Billiards and the one who plays Wrestling sit on the sides of the square, and both of them are facing the same direction.

      2) Sumit and the one who plays Tennis sit at the corners of the square and are facing opposite each other.

      3) The one who plays Cricket sits on the immediate right of Dewesh and Sumit.

      4) The one who plays Shooting sits third to the left of Dipu.

      5) Both 2) and 4) are true

  1. Who amongst the following sits fourth to the left of the one who plays Tennis?

      1) The one who sits on the immediate right of Ravindra and immediate left of Dewesh

      2) The one who sits at a corner and plays Cricket

      3) The one who sits third to the left of the one who plays Boxing

      4) The one who plays Badminton and sits opposite the one who plays Shooting

      5) None of these

  1. If ‘Billiards’ is related to Vijay, ‘Tennis’ is related to Dipu, then in the same way ‘Cricket’ is related to which of the following?

      1) Vinayak, who sits at the corner of the square

      2) The one who sits second to the right of the one who plays Boxing

      3) The one who sits opposite the one who plays Shooting

      4) The one who sits either fourth to right or left of the one who plays Tennis

      5) None of these

Directions (Q. 11-15): Select the phrase/connector from the given three options which can be used to form a single sentence from the two sentences given below, implying the same meaning as expressed in the statement sentences.

  1. The development of India is interwined with the development of Bharat. And with increased focus on farmers, agriculture and rural infrastructure, Budget 2017-18 is undoubtedly a step in the right direction.

      (A) Budget 2017-18 is ………..

      (B) The increased focus …………

      (C) The development of Bharat is undoubtedly ………

      Pick out the option which when used to start a sentence combines both the above sentences into one.

      1) Only (A)      2) Only (B)      3) Only (C)      4) Only (A) and (B)     5) None of the above

  1. Of the 2 billion children in the world, about 15m are parentless. Millions more have been abandoned.

      (A) Abandoned children ………

      (B) About 15m ………

      (C) There are ………..

      Pick out the option which when used to start a sentence combines both the above sentences into one.

      1) Only (A)      2) Only (B)      3) Only (C)      4) Only (B) and (C)     5) None of the above

  1. During the implementation of the Swachh Bharat Abhiyan in Bihar, a district team found the women quite rigid in their behaviours. They opposed any suggestion to build toilets, and even expressed annoyance at attempts to change their normal inclination of defecating in the open.

      (A) A district team ……..

      (B) Suggestion to build ………

      (C) The implementation of ……..

      Pick out the option which when used to start a sentence combines both the above sentences into one.

      1) Only (A)      2) Only (B)      3) Only (C)      4) Only (B) and (C)     5) None of the above

  1. A large number of milk processing units set up under the Operation Flood Programme had become old and obsolete. A Dairy Processing and Infrastructure Development Fund would be set up with a corpus of `8000 crore over 3 years.

      (A) Since ……

      (B) Milk processing unit ……

      (C) As ……

      Pick out the option which when used to start a sentence combines both the above sentences into one.

      1) Only (A)      2) Only (B)      3) Only (C)      4) Only (A) and (C)     5) None of the above

  1. The public expenditure on health is recognised as an important indicator of economic development of a country. Increased public expenditure on health is desirable not only for fighting with various chronic diseases, but also helps in reducing poverty and achieving higher level of economic development.

      (A) The most important ……

      (B) For fighting with ……

      (C) The economic development ……

      Pick out the option which when used to start a sentence combines both the above sentences into one.

      1) Only (A)      2) Only (B)      3) Only (C)      4) Only (A) and (B)     5) None of the above

Answers:
  1. 5
  2. 5
  3. 1
  4. 2
  5. 2
  6. 3
  7. 4
  8. 2
  9. 5
  10. 4
  11. 2
  12. 4
  13. 1
  14. 4
  15. 5
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