Institute of Banking Personnel Selection : Articles

MODEL QUESTION SEATING ARRANGEMENT
 IBPS 
MODEL QUESTION SEATING ARRANGEMENT
  • 2017-01-09

Directions (Q.01-05) Read the following information carefully and answer the questions given below.        &...

Read More

  Related Articles

MODEL QUESTION APTITUDE DATA INTERPRETATION -II (BANK EXAM)

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

Number of People using Various Music Accessories from Various Cities

Music Accessories

Cities

A

B

C

D

E

Radio

21550

55000

32680

18200

35000

CD Player

34000

36780

48300

26500

18600

I-Pod

12200

9500

14960

29750

10550

Cell Phone

45720

15280

50000

33800

22660

MP3 Player

22550

21590

21300

36480

21050

Stereo System

33800

45360

36200

21500

30000

 

1. The total number of people using the I-Pod are what per cent of the total number of people using Stereo System across the cities? (Rounded off to two-digits after decimal).

(a) 46.12          (b) 42.36          (c) 41.62          (d) 41.16          (e) None of these


2. Which city has the highest number of people using various music accessories?

(a) A                (b) B                (c) C                (d) D                (e) E


3. What is the difference between the total number of people using various music accessories from city B and the total number of people using various music accessories from city E?

(a) 46000         (b) 45250         (c) 46550         (d) 45650         (e) None of these


4. What is the respective ratio of the total number of people using Radio, CD Player and I-Pod together from city C to the total number of people using Cell Phone, MP3 Player and Stereo System from the same city?

(a) 6415 : 7371 (b) 4797 : 5375 (c) 4325 : 6418 (d) 4797 : 6415 (e) None of these


5. What is the average number of people using Cell Phone across the cities?

(a) 24594         (b) 32486         (c) 33372         (d) 34836         (e) None of these

 

Answer 

1. (a)    2. (c)    3 (d)    4. (b)   5. (e)

 

2017-01-02


MODEL QUESTION APTITUDE DATA INTERPRETATION (BANK EXAM)

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

Percentage of students qualified w.r.t those appeared from

six states over the years in a competitive exam.

 

State →

Year ↓

A

B

C

D

E

F

1998

25

42

32

34

26

18

1999

28

34

30

22

29

32

2000

32

35

30

22

32

35

2001

26

28

34

26

28

40

2002

40

26

28

30

34

30

2003

32

25

20

32

40

25

 

1. In the year 2003, a total of 22400 students appeared from state ‘D’ and ‘F’ together. How many students qualified

from state ‘F’ in that year.if the no. of appeared students from ‘F’ was 400 more than that from state ‘D’?

(a) 3520        (b) 2750           (c) 3280           (d) Can’t be determined      (e) None of these


2. If the no. of students qualified from state ‘B’ in 1998 was 50% more than that from state ‘A’ in 1999, what was the ratio

of students appeared  in state ‘B’ in 1998 to that in state ‘A’ in 1999?

(a) 1 : 1         (b) 3 : 4            (c) 4 : 3            (d) 2 : 3            (e) None of these


3. If the no. of students appeared from each of the given states in the year 2000 was 2000, what was the total number

of students qualified  from all the states?

(a) 3920        (b) 3720           (c) 1960           (d) 1860           (e) None of these


4. If the numbers of students qualified from state ‘F’ in 2001 and 2002 were in the ratio of 2: 1 respectively, what was the respective ratio of  students appeared in these years from state ‘F’?

(a) 3 : 8         (b) 8 : 3            (c) 3 : 2            (d) Can’t be determined      (e) None of these


5. In the year 2001, as many as 12000 students appeared from state ‘C’. How many students were declared qualified

from this state in the year 2002?

(a) 4080        (b) 3360           (c) 408             (d) Can’t be determined      (e) None of these

 

Answers;

1. (e)   2. (a)   3. (b)  4. (c)  5. (d)


2016-12-30


MODEL QUESTION ENGLISH JUMBLED SENTENCE (BANK EXAM)

Directions (1-5) : A. He felt that his honest ways were responsible for the poverty and starvation of his family.

 B. Sixteen miles away from Mysore, there is a dense forest.

C. He told them how his honesty was useless and asked if he should try an alternative.

D. They told him that they would prefer starving to dishonesty.

E. Once there lived a poor but honest woodcutter in the forest.

F. So he wanted to discuss his feeling with his wife and children.

1.Which of the following should be the SIXTH (LAST) sentence?

(a) A (b) B (c) C (d) D (e) E

 2.Which of the following should be the FIRST sentence?

(a) A (b) B (c) C (d) D (e) E

3.Which of the following should be the FIFTH sentence?

(a) A (b) B (c) C (d) D (e) E

4.Which of the following should be the SECOND sentence?

 (a) A (b) B (c) C (d) D (e) E

 5.Which of the following should be the THIRD sentence?

(a) A (b) B (c) C (d) D (e) E

ANSWER:

1 d   2 b  3 c  4 e    5 a 

2016-12-29


MODEL QUESTION SYLLOGISM(BANK EXAM)

 Directions (Q. 6 -10): In each question below, there are given two statements followed by four conclusions numbered I, II, III and IV. You have to take the given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance with commonly known facts and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follow(s) from the given statements

1. Statements: I. All trees are birds

 II. Some birds are kites

Conclusions: I. Some birds are trees

 II. Some kites are birds

III. All birds are trees

 IV. No kites are trees

 (a).Only III follow            (b).Only I and III follow

(c).Only III and IV follow (d).Only II and III follow

(e). Only I & II follows


 2. Statements: I. All men are cruel

II. All intelligent are men

Conclusions: I. All intelligent are cruel

 II. All men are intelligent

III. All cruel are men

IV. Some intelligent are not men

 (a).Only II and III follow    (b).Only II and IV follow

(c).Only I follow                 (d).Only I and IV follow

(e).None of these


3. Statements: I. Some red are black

II. All black are white

Conclusions: I. Some white are red

II. Some black are red

III. All white are black

 IV. Some white are black

(a).Only I and II follow   (b).Only IV follows

(c).Only I, II, III follow    (d).Only I,II and IV follow

(e).None of these


4. Statements:

 I. Some plants are velvet

II. Some velvet are posh

Conclusions: I. All plants are velvet

 II. Some plants are posh

III. Some posh are velvet

 IV. No plant is velvet

(a).Only either II, IV and III follow   (b).Only II and III follow

(c).Only either I, III, IV follow             (d).Only I or II follow

(e).None of these


5. Statements: I. All trains are buses

II. No bus is a taxi

Conclusions: I. All buses are trains

II. Some taxis are trains

III. No trains is a taxi

IV. Some trains are taxis

(a).Only III and IV follow  (b).Only I and II follow

(c).Only III follow                  (d).Only II follow  

(e).None of these


ANSWERS:

1-E   2-C    3-D        4-E        5-C


2016-12-25


MODEL QUESTION REASONING SYLLOGISM (BANK EXAM)

Directions (1-5) : In each of the following questions are given two statements followed by two conclusions I and II. You have to consider the given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance from commonly known facts. Read both the conclusions and decide which of the conclusions follows from the statements disregarding commonly known facts. Give answer

a) If only conclusion I follow; Give answer

 b) If only conclusion II follows; Give answer

c) If either conclusion I or II follows Give answer

d) If neither conclusion I nor II follows Give answer

 e) If both conclusions I and II follow

1. Statements : Some mangoes are bananas.

                             Some bananas are apples.

Conclusions : I. Some apples being mangoes is a possibility     II. No apple is mango.

2. Statements : No train is aeroplane.

                              All aeroplanes are buses.

Conclusions : I. No train is bus. II. At least some buses are aeroplanes.

3. Statements : No elephants is horse.

Some horses are asses.

Conclusions : I. No elephant is ass. II. Some asses being elephant is a possibility.

 4. Statements : Some tables are chairs.

All desks are tables.

Conclusions : I. At least some tables are desks.

 II. Some desks being chairs is a possibility.

 5. Statements : All aeroplanes are trains.

All trains are buses.

Conclusions: I. At least some buses are aeroplanes

II. No train is bus.


ANSWERS:

1-A

2-B

3-B

4-E

5-A

2016-12-22


More Articles >>