Institute of Banking Personnel Selection : Article

MODEL QUESTION APTITUDE DATA INTERPRETATION (BANK EXAM)
  • 2016-12-30
MODEL QUESTION  APTITUDE DATA INTERPRETATION (BANK EXAM)
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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)


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