Mini Mock Test for IBPS Exams (Set - 3)

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To boost your preparation here we are introducing Mini Mock Test Series with 10 questions from each subject viz., English, Quantitative Aptitude, Reasoning covering different levels of questions. Here we won’t provide you the solutions. Assess on your own with the key provided below. Share your answers in the comment section below it will help others, and if one faces any difficulty in solving the questions comment your doubt below we will respond you very soon. All the best for your preparation!!!
ENGLISH
Directions (1 – 10): In the following passage, the missing words/phrases have been numbered. These numbers are given below the passage and against each, five words are suggested, one of which is appropriate in the given context. Find out the appropriate word in each case.
Q.1.
A) to
B) needed
C) decided
D) besides
E) being
Q.2.
A) hoped
B) welcome
C) released
D) known
E) aware
Q.3.
A) approximate
B) huge
C) uniform
D) excellence
E) enormous
Q.4.
A) maintained
B) remained
C) often
D) mentioned
E) become
Q.5.
A) mainly
B) and
C) how
D) also
E) some
Q.6.
A) reason
B) due
C) young
D) as
E) old
Q.7.
A) knowingly
B) ease
C) cheap
D) directly
E) forcefully
Q.8.
A) shrinking
B) blooming
C) returned
D) same
E) small
Q.9.
A) against
B) to
C) over
D) up
E) for
Q.10.
A) lines
B) relativity
C) accordance
D) proper
E) toning
QUANTITATIVE APTITUDE
Direction (Q. 1-5): What should come in the place of the question mark (?) in each of the following number series?
1. 6, 13, 38, ?, 532, 2675
A) 134
B) 223
C) 129
D) 147
E) 193
2. 15, 17, 24, 45, ?, 381
A) 56
B) 68
C) 121
D) 116
E) 201
3. 4, 6, 13, 32, 88, 274, ?
A) 971
B) 559
C) 871
D) 959
E) 761
4. 40, 48, 60, ?, 105.3, 147.42
A) 84
B) 87
C) 70.2
D) 78
E) 90
5. 6222, 3828, 2538, ?, 1666
A) 1992
B) 1921
C) 1975
D) 1918
E) 1945
Directions (Q. 6 – 10): What should come in place of the question mark (?) in the following questions?
6. 83% of 6242 × 12% of 225 = ?
A) 146286.42
B) 134263.18
C) 139883.22
D) 1562218.23
E) None of these
7. 2^0.2 × 64 × 8^1.3 × 4^0.2 = 8^?
A) 2.7
B) 2.5
C) 3.7
D) 3.2
E) None of these
8. (73)^3 = ?
A) 365127
B) 298627
C) 305867
D) 389017
E) None of these
9. 1 1/8 + 1 6/7 + 3 3/5 = ?
A) 8 121/140
B) 6 163/280
C) 9 197/280
D) 7 117/140
E) None of these
10. ? ÷ 25 ÷ 12 = 248.76
A) 74628
B) 497.52
C) 62452
D) 870.66
E) None of these
REASONING
Direction (Q.1-3): Study the following information carefully and answer the below questions.
There are 12 members in a family and there are four married couples of two different generations. B is a grandmother of S. C is the sister-in-law of F or vice-versa. T is a brother of F, who has only one son. P is the grandson of R, who is the father-in-law of D. B married to J, who is the father-in-law of E, who has only one child. H is the mother of T. G is the daughter of D, who is the brother-in- law of E.
1. If C has a daughter then, what is the relation between number of female members and male members in the family?
A) Female > Male
B) Male > Female
C) Female = Male
E) None of these
2. How is G related to S?
A) Sister
B) Brother
C) Niece
D) Cousin
E) Cannot be determined
3. How is D related to E and H?
A) Brother-in-law, Son
B) Sister-in-law, Mother-in-law
C) Brother-in-law, Son-in-law
D) Brother-in-law, Mother-in-law
E) None of these
4. Introducing a boy, A girl said, He is the only son of the, only brother of my grandfather’s only daughter. How is the boy related to the girl?
A) Brother
B) Cousin
C) Niece
D) Nephew
E) None of these
5. If ‘M+N means M is the mother of N’, ‘M×N means M is the father of N’, ‘M@N means M is the daughter of N’, ‘M\$N means M is the Son of N’ then how U is related to T in the following expression? P × T \$ R @ U
A) Grandfather
B) Grandson
C) Father-in-law
D) Cannot be determined
E) None of these
Direction (Q. 6-10): Study the following information carefully and answer the below questions.
In a certain code language,
‘Fuel containing carbon dioxide’ is written as ‘\$H8 \$R8 #Q3 #G2’
‘Natural gas and petrol’ is written as ‘@D16 \$R6 #D5 @Q1’
‘Have seen natural fires’ is written as ‘\$Y1 \$H14 \$H10 #D5’
‘The energy is released’ is written as ‘@L17 \$J19 @K2 #H4’
6. What is the code for ‘Chemical’ in the given code language?
A) #4D
B) \$4H
C) #8H
D) @4D
E) None of these
7. Which among the following option can be used for getting the code for ‘Fuel Energy’?
A) \$8H \$R8 @L17 @D16
B) #Q3 @K2 \$J19 @Q1
C) #G2 \$R8 \$J19 \$H10
D) \$Y1 \$J19 \$8H #D5
E) None of these
8. What is the word for ‘\$H14’ in the given code language?
A) Have
B) Seen
C) Fires
D) Natural
E) None of these
9. How is ‘Consumption’ written in this code language?
A) #4S
B) @3R
C) \$8T
D) #3R
E) None of these
10. What is the symbol for the word ‘Danger’ in the given code language?
A) @
B) \$
C) #
D) Either a) or b)
E) None of these