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Aptitude Model Question Paper (Medium Level) test:
Model Paper  Medium
Question 1 
A  water : bowl

B  outskirts : town 
C  stalk : plant 
D  step : ladder 
Question 2 
In the following figure small square represents the persons who know English, triangle to those who know Marathi, big square to those who know Telugu and circle to those who know Hindi. In the different regions of the figures from 1 to 12 are given.
"How many persons can speak English and Hindi both the languages only" ?
A  7 
B  5 
C  8 
D  18 
Question 3 
A  Loss = 40.00, Cost = 30.00 
B  Loss = 44.00, Cost = 10.00 
C  Loss = 30.00, Cost = 20.00 
D  Loss = 34.00, Cost = 20.00 
Selling price + loss = cost
50.00 x .60 = 30.00, loss
50.00 – 30.00 = 20.00, cost
Note: To find the loss and the cost when the selling price and the percent loss are given, multiply the selling price by the percent loss and subtract the result from the selling price
Question 4 
A  49 
B  43 
C  59 
D  50 
i.e.., +12, +22, +32, +42....
Missing number = 34+52 = 34+25 = 59
Question 5 
A  1 
B  6 
C  4 
D  2 
Unit digit in 365 = Unit digit in [ (34)16 x 3 ] = (1 x 3) = 3
Unit digit in 659 = 6
Unit digit in 74 Unit digit in (74)17 is 1.
Unit digit in 771 = Unit digit in [(74)17 x 73] = (1 x 3) = 3
Required digit = Unit digit in (3 x 6 x 3) = 4.
Question 6 
A  181 
B  148 
C  115 
D  170 
i.e..., +(11*1), +(11*3), +(11*5),....
Missing number = 104 + (11*7) = 181
Question 7 
A  480 
B  720 
C  360 
D  5040 
When the vowels EAI are always together, they can be supposed to form one letter.
Then, we have to arrange the letters LNDG (EAI).
Now, 5 (4 + 1 = 5) letters can be arranged in 5! = 120 ways.
The vowels (EAI) can be arranged among themselves in 3! = 6 ways.
Required number of ways = (120 x 6) = 720.
Question 8 
A child went 90 m in the East to look for his father, then he turned right and went 20 m. After this he turned right and after going 30 m he reached to his uncle's house. His father was not there. From there he went 100 m to his north and met his father. How far did he meet his father from the starting point?
A  80 m 
B  140 m 
C  260 m

D  100 m 
Question 9 
Statement: As stated in the recent census report the female to male ratio is alarmingly low.
Courses of Action:
I) The government should conduct another census to verify the results.
II) The government should immediately issue orders to all the departments to encourage people to improve the ratio.
A  Neither I nor II follows 
B  Both I and II follow 
C  Only I follows

D  Only II follows 
E  Either I or II follows

So, I does not follow. Further, the ratio can be improved by creating awareness among the masses and abolishing female foeticide.
Thus, only course II follows
Question 10 
A  Rs. 25 
B  Rs. 22 
C  Rs. 22.50 
D  Rs. 22.50 
Question 11 
Arguments:
I. No. Joint families ensure security and also reduce the burden of work.
II. Yes. Nuclear families ensure greater freedom.
A  Only argument I is strong 
B  Only argument II is strong 
C  Both I and II are strong 
D  Neither I nor II is strong 
E  Either I or II is strong 
So, argument I holds. In nuclear families, there are lesser number of people and so lesser responsibilities and more freedom.
Thus, II also holds.
Question 12 
A  3:4 
B  1 : 1 
C  4 : 3 
D  2 : 3 
5/100 A + 4/100 B = 2/3(6/100 A + 8/100B)
1/20A + 1/25B = 1/25A + 4/75B
(1/201/25)A = (4/751/25)B
1/100A = 1/75B
A/B = 100/75 = 4/3
Required ratio = 4:3
Question 13 
Read the each sentence to find out whether there is any grammatical error in it. The error, if any will be in one part of the sentence. The letter of that part is the answer. If there is no error, the answer is 'E'. (Ignore the errors of punctuation, if any).
A  with the accident would have died. 
B  No error. 
C  the driver which had met 
D  If the bystander had not been 
E  familiar with firstaid techniques 
Question 14 
A  Professional 
B  Connoisseur 
C  Amateur 
D  Dilettante 
Question 15 
A  9 liters 
B  7 liters 
C  10 liters 
D  15 liters 
P liters of water added to the mixture to make water 25% of the new mixture
Total amount of water becomes (30 + P) and total volume of mixture is (150 + P)
(30 + P) = 25/100 * (150 + P)
120 + 4P = 150 + P => P = 10 liters
Question 16 
A  9 
B  8 
C  7 
D  4 
E  None of these 
Question 17 
Rahul starts a business investing Rs. 30000. After a year, Sunil joins him with a capital of Rs. 40000 and Tarun joins them after another year with Rs. 50000. The profit at the end of three years is Rs. 44000. Find Sunil’s share?
A  Rs. 15000 
B  Rs. 16000 
C  Rs. 22000 
D  Rs. 20000 
= 9:8:5
Sunil’s share = (8/22)*44000
= Rs. 16000
Question 18 
A  192 mins 
B  108 mins 
C  81 mins 
D  144 mins 
1/x + 1/3x = 1/36
4/3x = 1/36
X= 48
3x = 144
Question 19 
A  bountiful 
B  numerous 
C  strident 
D  garrulous 
Question 20 
A  1 / 4 
B  9 / 52 
C  3 / 13 
D  1 / 13 
Therefore, P(Getting a face card) = 12 / 52 = 3 / 13
Question 21 
A  105 
B  216 
C  1784 
D  888 
(35768)/2 = 1784
(17848)/2 = 888
(8888)/2 = 440
(4408)/2 = 216
(2168)/2 = 104
(1048)/2 = 48
Hence, 105 is wrong. 104 should have come in place of 105
Question 22 
A  Exaggerate 
B  Adore 
C  Flatter 
D  Criticize 
Question 23 
A  2 
B  3 
C  4 
D  1 
A leap year contains 366 days
i.e 52 weeks and 2 days
The number of odd days in a leap year is 2
Question 24 
 Skull 2. Shoulder 3. Neck 4. Face 5. Legs
A  1,4,3,2,5 
B  1,2,3,4,5 
C  1,4,2,3,5 
D  1,3,4,2,5 
Skull Face Neck Shoulder Legs 1 4 3 2 5
Question 25 
A  22 
B  0.5

C  1.0 
D  20 
Question 26 
A  1/6 minutes 
B  1/4 minutes 
C  1/8 minutes 
D  1/2 minutes

Distance = 50m(Given)
Time = 50/120 = 5/12 hrs = 25 minutes to meet Now,
Relative length of train = 1/6 + 1/6 = 1/3m
Relative speed = 120m/h
Rime to cross both the trains = ( 1/3 )/120 = 1/360 Hours
Convert it into minutes = 1/6 minutes
Question 27 
Conclusions :
I. Disparity between rich and poor results in revolution.
II. Revolution overhauls society.
A  Neither I nor II follows 
B  Neither I nor II follows 
C  Only conclusion I follows 
D  Either I or II follows 
E  Only conclusion II follows 
Only Conclusion II follows, as It is mentioned that Industrial revolution brought about the modern age.
Question 28 
 failure 2. my 3. was 4. father 5. at 6. angry 7. my
A  7436521 
B  7654231 
C  7653421 
D  7651234 
E  5674321 
Question 29 
Carrot and stick policy?
A  Dishonest 
B  Selfish policy 
C  Reward and punishment 
D  Arrogant 
Question 30 
Statements:
I) The university officers have decided to conduct last examination every year in March/April in order to announce the result at proper time
II) In past the result was declared late by the University due to the lack of number of examiners
A  Statement I is the cause and statement II is its effect 
B  Both the statements I and II are independent causes 
C  Statement II is the cause and statement I is its effect 
D  Both the statements I and II are effects of some common cause 
E  Both the statements I and II are effects of independent causes 
it has decided to conduct the examination in March/April in order to announce the result at proper time
Question 31 
A  95 patients 
B  100 patients 
C  120 patients 
D  140 patients 
Question 32 
A  sole

B  leather 
C  walking 
D  laces

Walking (choice d) is not essential to a shoe.
Question 33 
Statement:
The Government has decided to levy 2 percent on the tax amount payable for funding drought relief programmes.
Assumptions
I) The Government does not have sufficient money to fund drought relief programmes.
II) The amount collected by way of surcharge may be adequate to fund these drought relief programmes.
A  Only assumption I is implicit

B  Only assumption II is implicit 
C  Both I and II are implicit 
D  Either I or II is implicit 
E  Neither I nor II is implicit

So, I is implicit. Besides, the percentage of surcharge must have been decided after studying the expected inflow in relation to amount of funds required.
So, II is also implicit.
Question 34 
A  24.5 yrs 
B  18 yrs 
C  28 yrs 
D  16yrs 
S:R = 7:9
9S = 7R
9(R7) = 7R
2R = 63
R = 31.5
S = 24.5
Question 35 
A  2523 
B  1677 
C  3363 
D  1683 
Required number is of the form 840k + 3
Least value of k for which (840k + 3) is divisible by 9 is k = 2.
Required number = (840 x 2 + 3) = 1683.
Question 36 
A  12 
B  11 
C  9 
D  10 
III. 3rd, 6th, 9th, 12th terms i.e. 2, 5, 8, 11
Clearly, I consists of consecutive even numbers. So, the missing term is 10.
Question 37 
A  37 1/2 days 
B  27 days 
C  22 days 
D  31 days 
Work done by A in 1 day = (4/5)/20 = 4/100 = 1/25  (1)
Work done by A and B in 3 days = 20/100 = 1/5
(Because remaining 20% is done in 3 days by A and B)
Work done by A and B in 1 day = 1/15 (2)
Work done by B in 1 day = 1/15 – 1/25 = 2/75
=> B can complete the work in 75/2 days = 37 ½ days
Question 38 
A  courageous 
B  reckless 
C  terrified 
D  agitated 
Question 39 
S1. Venture capital started about 15 years ago with some government backed funds.
A. In India, in the last 4 – 5 years, some US funds have entered. B. US funds like draper and Walden have played an important role in kickstarting the venture capital industry in India. C. Draper in particular played a pioneering role. D. This was the second wave of venture capital.
S6. The third wave is people coming back from the US and moving into venture capital like myself.
A  DABC 
B  CDBA 
C  BACD 
D  ABCD 
Question 40 
A  2 : 3: 4 
B  6 : 7 : 8 
C  None of these 
D  6 : 8 : 9 
Number of increased seats are (140% of 5x), (150% of 7x) and (175% of 8x)
= (140/100 * 5x) ,(150/100 * 7x) and (175/100 * 8x)
= 7x, 21x /2 and 14x
The required ratio = 7x : 21x /2 : 14x
= 14x : 21x : 28x
= 2 : 3 : 4
Question 41 
A  Pawan told me that if he heard any new, he will phone me 
B  Pawan told me if he had heard any news, he would phone me 
C  Pawan told me that if he heard any news, he would phone me 
D  Pawan told me that if he will hear any news, he will phone me 
Question 42 
A  10 m 
B  10 m 
C  4.8 m 
D  7.5 m 
Question 43 
A  8% 
B  3% 
C  5% 
D  9% 
Simple interest for (4  2.5) years = 16500 – 15000
Therefore, SI for 1.5 years = Rs. 1500
SI for 2.5 years = 1500 / 1.5 * 2.5 = 2500
Principal amount = 15000 – 2500 = Rs. 12500
Rate of Interest = 2500 * 100 / 12500 * 2.5
R = 8%
Question 44 
Statements: Some ants are parrots. All the parrots are apples.
Conclusions:
I) All the apples are parrots.
II) Some ants are apples.
A  Either (1) or (2) follows 
B  Only (2) conclusion follows 
C  Neither (1) nor (2) follows 
D  Only (1) conclusion follows

Question 45 
A  20 kmph 
B  24 kmph 
C  16 kmph 
D  18 kmph 
48x192 = 32x+128
16x = 320
X = 20 kmph
Question 46 
I) Apartments in the Riverdale Manor cost less than apartments in The Gaslight Commons.
II) Apartments in the Livingston Gate cost more than apartments in the Gaslight Commons.
III) Of the three apartment buildings, the Livingston Gate costs the most.
If the first two statements are true, the third statement is
A  Uncertain 
B  True 
C  False

Question 47 
 P is the brother of V
 The daughter of N is the granddaughter of V
A  Either (1) or (2) 
B  (1) and (2) both

C  Only (1) 
D  Only (2) 
From (2), the daughter of N, is the granddaughter of V.
From this we do not get any relation of M to P.
Question 48 
A  would lie on 
B  had laid on 
C  have laid on 
D  have lay on 
E  have lain on 
The conditional "would lie" (C) is only grammatical with a conditional, e.g. "...would lie on the bureau all week unless you moved them," also conveying a different meaning.
Question 49 
A  did very irrelevant things 
B  took no pains 
C  resorted to illegitimate practices 
D  used all available means

Question 50 
Who is in the middle?
Read the following information carefully and answer the question given above
 There are five friends
 They are standing in a row facing south.
 Jayesh is to the immediate right to Alok.
 Pramod is between Bhagat and Subodh.
 Subodh is between Jayesh and Pramod
A  Subodh 
B  Pramod 
C  Jayesh 
D  Bhagat 
Jayesh is to the right of Alok i,e Jayesh, Alok.
Pramod is between Bhagat and Subodh i,e Bhagat, Pramod, Subodh
Subodh is between Jayesh and Pramod.
So, the sequence is Bhagat Pramod Subodh Jayesh Alok
Answer for the question is (d), Subodh is in the middle.