Mini Mock Test for IBPS Exams (Set - 5)

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ENGLISH
Directions (1 – 10): In each of the following sentences, five options are given. You are required to identify the best way of writing the sentence in the context of the correct usage of standard written English. While doing so, you have to ensure that the message being conveyed remains the same in all the cases.
1. If he was to decide to go to college, one would recommend that he plan to go to IIM, Ahmedabad.
(a) If he was to decide to go to college, one would recommend that he plan to go to IIM, Ahmedabad.
(b) If he were to decide to go to college, one would recommend that he plan to go to IIM, Ahmedabad.
(c) Had he decided to go to college, one would recommend that plan to go to IIM, Ahmedabad.
(d) In the event that he decides to go to college, one would recommend that plan to go to IIM, Ahmedabad.
(e) Had he decide to go to college, one would recommend that he go to IIM, Ahmedabad.
2. Except for you and I, everyone brought a present for the little birthday boy.
(a) Except for his and I, everyone brought a present for the little birthday boy.
(b) With the exception of you and I, everyone brought a present for the little birthday boy.
(c) Except for you and I, everyone had brought a present for the little birthday boy.
(d) Except for you and me, everyone brought a present for the little birthday boy.
(e) Excepting you and I, all brought present for the little boy.
3. When one reads the Hindi literature of the twentieth century, you find a striking contrast between the writings of Munshi Premchand and later day writers of popular Hindi fiction.
(a) When one reads the Hindi literature of the twentieth century, you find a striking contrast between the writings of Munshi Premchand and later day writers of popular Hindi fiction.
(b) When you read the Hindi literature of the twentieth century, one finds a striking contrast between the writings of Munshi Premchand and later day writers of popular Hindi fiction.
(c) When one reads the Hindi literature of the twentieth century, he finds a striking contrast between the writings of Munshi Premchand and later day writers of popular Hindi fiction.
(d) If one reads the Hindi literature of the twentieth century, you find a striking contrast between the writings of Munshi Premchand and later day writers of popular Hindi fiction.
(e) When one reads the Hindi Literature of the twentieth century, one finds a striking contrast between the writings of Munshi Premchand and later day writers of popular Hindi fiction.
4. Because of his tennis elbow injury, Limba Ram has not and possibly never will be able to pick up the bat again.
(a) Because of his tennis elbow injury, Limba Ram has not and possibly never will be able to pick up the bat again.
(b) Because of his tennis elbow injury, Limba Ram has not and possibly will never be able to pick up the bat again.
(c) Because of his tennis elbow injury, Limba Ram has not been and possibly never would be able to pick up the bat again.
(d) Because of his tennis elbow injury, Limba Ram has not been able to and possibly never will be able to pick up the bat again.
(e) Because of his tennis elbow injury, Limba Ram has not and if possible be never able to pick up the bat again.
5. Had he realised how close he was to failing, he would not have gone to the party.
(a) Had he realised how close he was to failing, he would not have gone to the party.
(b) If he would have realised how close he was to failing, he would not have gone to the party.
(c) Had he had realised how close he was to failing, he would not have gone to the party.
(d) When he realized how close he was to failing, he did not go to the party.
(e) If he would realize how close he was to failing, he should not have gone to the party.
6. The Indian cricket team’s winning it’s first game of the 2007 World Cup excited the fans of the team.
(a) The Indian cricket team’s winning it’s first game of the 2007 World Cup excited the fans of the team.
(b) The Indian cricket team having won its first game of the 2007 World Cup, excited the fans of the team.
(c) The Indian cricket team’s having won its first game of the 2007 World Cup excited the fans of the team.
(d) The Indian cricket team’s winning its first game of the 2007 World Cup excited the fans of the team.
(e) The Indian cricket team’s had won its first game of the 2007 World Cup excited the fans of the team.
7. Poor product quality angers Mr. Garbole, who wonders if it is part of a strategy by marketers.
(a) Poor product quality angers Mr. Garbole, who wonders if it is part of a strategy by marketers.
(b) Poor product quality angers Mr. Garbole, who wonders if marketers are part of the strategy.
(c) Poor product quality angers Mr. Garbole, that wonders if it is part of a strategy by marketers.
(d) Poor product quality angers Mr. Garbole, who wonders if they are part of a strategy by marketers.
(e) Poor product quality angers Mr. Garbole, who wonders if it are part of a strategy.
8. Ambikesh noticed the cat’s soft hair, sharp paws, and keen sense of hearing.
(a) Ambikesh noticed the cat’s soft hair, sharp paws, and keen sense of hearing.
(b) Ambikesh noticed the cat’s soft hair, sharp paws, and that his sense of hearing was keen.
(c) Ambikesh noticed the cat’s soft hair, that he had sharp paws, and a very keen sense of hearing.
(d) Ambikesh noticed the cat’s soft hair, keen sense of hearing and also that it had sharp paws.
(e) Ambikesh as noticed the cat’s soft hair, sharp paws and keen sense of hearing.
9. Having bowed our heads, the priest in the temple led us in prayer.
(a) Having bowed our heads, the priest in the temple led us in prayer.
(b) After we bowed our head, the priest in the temple led us in prayer.
(c) After we bowed our heads, the priest in the temple led us in prayer.
(d) After we had bowed our heads, the priest in the temple led us in prayer.
(e) After having bowed our head, the priest in the temple led us in prayer.
10. My grandmother seldom ever wants to try and face the facts.
(a) My grandmother seldom ever wants to try and face the facts.
(b) My grandmother seldom if ever wants to try and face the facts.
(c) My grandmother seldom ever wants to try to face the facts.
(d) My grandmother seldom wants to try to face the facts.
(e) My grandmother seldom want to try face the facts.
QUANTITATIVE APTITUDE
Directions (1 – 5): What will come in place of question mark(?) in the following questions?
 1. 689 x 6156 ÷ 18% of 684 =28 x 250 ÷ 8 + ? + 4300
a) 27295
b) 29275
c) 29527
d) 29725
e) 27925
2. 4624 + ? + 12 43 = 137
a) 10000
b) 9801
c) 10201
d) 10101
e) 11000
3. 189820 - 22624 + 35 × ? - 372 x 28 =194440
a) 1045
b) 1087
c) 1076
d) 1095
e) 1176
4. 39 13/17 47 18/34 + 23 11/17 2 1/34 = ?
a) 13 5/34
b) 11 29/34
c) 29 13/34
d) 13 29/34
e) 13 27/34
5. 44% of1950 + 82% of250 + 62% of? = 7883
a) 11500
b) 1110
c) 10000
d) 11800
e) 11000
Directions (6 – 10): Following bar-graph shows the percentage growth of population of six states in three years.
6. If, in the year 2017, the populations of Chennai and Delhi are 1388800 and 1302912 respectively, the population of Delhi in the year 2014 was what percentage of the population of Chennai in the year 2014?
a) 84%
b) 88%
c) 95%
d) 91%
e) 93%
7. If the population of Jaipur was 8.556 lakh in the year 2014, what is the population of Jaipur in the year 2017?
a) 10.786 lakh
b) 13.634 lakh
c) 12.988 lakh
d) 15.406 lakh
e) 12.107 lakh
8. If the population of Jaipur and that of Pune were equal in the year 2014, what is the ratio of the population of Jaipur to that of Pune in 2017?
a) 5 : 6
b) 2 : 3
c) 3 : 2
d) 1 : 9
e) 4 : 5
9. If the population of Pune is equal to the population of Delhi in the year 2017 and is equal to 2087250, what was the total population of Pune and Delhi together in the year 2014? (Approximately)
a) 22.53 lakh
b) 15.65 lakh
c) 33.46 lakh
d) 12.98 lakh
e) 24.42 lakh
10. If the population of Mumbai and Kanpur in the year 2014 was 12.5 lakh and 10 lakh respectively, what is the difference between the population of Mumbai and the population of Kanpur in the year 2017?
a) 4.915 lakh
b) 4.805 lakh
c) 4.385 lakh
d) 4.275 lakh
e) None of these
REASONING
Directions (1 – 5): Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below:
C, Q, L, O, P, N, M and A are sitting around a circular table and all like a different colour. The colours are Yellow, Black, Purple, White, Gold, Pink, Red and Violet. All of them are facing the centre.
  • Q sits third to the left of P and likes Gold colour. The one who likes Pink sits third to the left of Q.
  • The one who likes Red faces the one who likes Yellow. O sits second to the right of A. Q sits between the persons who like Black and Violet.
  • N is a neighbour of the ones who like White and Red colour but C is not one of them.
  • The one who likes White colour sits exactly between the ones who like Purple and Pink. N is one of them.
  • The one who likes Yellow colour is an immediate neighbour of the ones who like Black colour and Purple but M is not one of them.
  • P is an immediate neighbour of A and O.
  • M likes Red colour and sits on the immediate left of L.
1. Who among the following likes Yellow colour?
a) C
b) Q
c) P
d) A
e) L
2. Who are the immediate neighbours of Q?
a) A and C
b) C and L
c) C and M
d) M and N
e) None of these.
3. Which of the following combinations is true?
a) C - Gold
b) A - Purple
c) N - Red
d) L- Violet
e) O- Gold
4. Who like Red and Pink colour respectively?
a) M and N
b) Q and C
c) P and Q
d) L and M
e) C and H
5. What is the position of L with respect to O?
a) Third to the left
b) Fourth to the right
c) Second to the left
d) Third to the right
e) Fifth to the right
Directions (6 – 10): Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions.
When a word and number arrangement machine is given an input line of words and numbers, it arranges them following a particular rule. The following is an illustration of input and rearrangement. (All the numbers are two-digit numbers.)
Input: 23 kinetic amount 64 nature 71 58 opium verdict 96 elderly 15
Step I: opium 23 kinetic amount 64 nature 71 verdict 96 elderly 15 58
Step II: elderly opium 23 kinetic amount nature 71 verdict 96 15 58 64
Step III: amount elderly opium 23 kinetic nature 71 verdict 15 58 64 96
Step IV: 15 amount elderly opium 23 kinetic nature 71 58 64 96 verdict
Step V: 23 15 amount elderly opium kinetic 71 58 64 96 verdict nature
Step VI: 71 23 15 amount elderly opium 58 64 96 verdict nature kinetic
And Step VI is the last step of the above arrangement as the intended arrangement is obtained. As per the rules followed in the given steps, find out the appropriate steps for the given input.
Input:  adverb 59 36 salient 81 idioms bakery 14 launch 47 umpire 62
6. Which element(s) come exactly between '59' and `bakery' in Step II of the given input?
a) Only 'launch'
b) Only '62'
c) Only 'idioms'
d) Both '81' and 'salient'
e) Both 'adverb' and '36'
7. Which of the following combinations represents the first two and the last two elements of Step VI of the given input?
a) 81, 59, launch, bakery
b) 81, 62, salient, launch
c) 50, 47, bakery, salient
d) 62,14, idioms, umpire
e) 62, 81, umpire, launch
8. If in Step III, 'idioms' interchanges its position with `81' and 'salient' also interchanges its position with `14', then which element will be third to the left of '47'?
a) 14
b) salient
c) adverb
d) idioms
e) 81 
9. In which step are the elements 'bakery launch 47 14' found in the same order?
a) Sixth
b) Third
c) Fourth
d) The given order of elements is not found in any step
e) Fifth
10. How many steps will be required to complete the rearrangement?
a) Six
b) Seven
c) Eight
d) Nine
e) None of these