## Verbal ability questions

November 30th, 2010 | | Posted in Uncategorized

Verbal ability questions: Directions for next 4 Verbal ability questions: In each verbal ability questions, the word at the top of the table is used in four different ways, numbered 1 to 4. Choose the option in which the usage of the word is INCORRECT or INAPROPRIATE.

1. CURTAIN
a. The mother drew the curtains to let in the sunlight so that the child would wake up.
b. The audience grew inpatient as the curtain failed to go up well past the scheduled time.
c. The agreement brought the curtain down on the long-standing dispute.
d. A curtain of secrecy shrouded the deal.

2. GLASS
a. The wine glass with its stem looks elegant and delicate.
b. Glass containers are easy to clean and hygienic for strong provisions.
c. Manisha packed all her glasses and china carefully in the crate.
d. I didn’t recognize Sophie, at first, as she was wearing dark glasses.

3. HELP
a. I can’t help thinking that the police know far more about the case than they admit to.
b. The newly recruited candidate will help the marketing manager.
c. Parents should teach children to help with the housework.
d. It helped the patient greatly to be able to discuss his condition.

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## Quantitative Ability Sample Questions

November 27th, 2010 | | Posted in Uncategorized

Direction for next 2 Quantitative Ability Sample Questions: Answer the quantitative ability sample questions on the basis of the text given below

In a cricket game, 3 batsman A , B and C performed well . The runs are scored in 6’s , 4’s and 1’s only. The number of B’s sixes are greater by 50% than that of C and less by 25% than that of A. The number of B’s fours are greater by 50% than that of A and less by 25% than that of C. Maximum numbers of one’s is scored by C which is 50% greater than that of A, and B’s is 25% greater than that of A . The number of balls and number of runs scored are same. Also 276 runs are scored in the game. Runs scored from 6’s are 75% of the runs scored from 4’s . A score 40 ones.

1. Who scores maximum runs ?
a) A
b) B
c) C
d) A & B
e ) B & C

2. How many balls were dot balls?
a) 126
b) 150
c) 76

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## CAT Reasoning Ability Questions

November 26th, 2010 | | Posted in Uncategorized

Reasoning Ability Questions-Direction for next 3 CAT reasoning questions: Answer the reasoning ability questions based on the following information.

Pankaj has six friends, and during a certain vacation he met them at several dinners. He found that he dined with all six friends exactly one day; with every five of them of 2 days; with four of them of 3 days; with every three of them of 4 days; with every two of them of 5 days. Further, every friend was present at 8 dinners and every friend was absent at 8 dinners.

1. How many dinners did Pankaj have during the vacation?
a. 220
b. 173
c. 16
d. 12
e. 8.

2. How many dinners did Pankaj have alone during the vacation?
a. 6
b. 1
c. 7
d. 2
e. 4

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