Mini Mock Test for IBPS Exams (Set - 7)

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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
Direction (1 – 5): Read each sentence to find out whether there is any grammatical error in it. The error, if any will be in one part of the sentence. The letter of that part is the answer. If there is no error, the answer is 'E'. (Ignore the errors of punctuation, if any).
1. People are worried (a) / more because of the frequency (b) / of occurrence of the crimes rather (c) / than the magnitude of each one (d) / no error (e).
2. The discreet enquiry revealed (a) / that his involvement in (b) / the fraud cases have been (c) / more than what was first guessed (d) / no error (e)
3. Due to uncertainty (a) / capital market conditions, (b) / there has been a tremendous (c) / growth in bank deposits (d) / no error (e)
4. To lose weight, (a) / cut down on (b) / what you eat (c) / and exercise regularly (d) no error (e)
5. The limitations and constrains with which (a) / we have been managing our work (b) / have been duly realized (c) / by our superiors (d) / no error (e)
Directions (6 – 10): Rearrange the given five sentences A, B, C, D and E in the paragraph sequence so as to form a meaningful paragraph and then answer the questions given below them.
(A) Seconds later, the glaring object swept past and he thought he had out maneuvered it.
(B) While flying over enemy territory, Jones received the warning of an oncoming missile.
(C) He was proved wrong when he saw the vertical tail fins on fire.
(D) Without wasting time, he slammed the throttles forward and made the plane roll into a high-speed turn.
(E) Hardly had he responded to the message when he actually saw what every fighter pilot dreaded most.
6. Which of the following should be the THIRD sentence?
(a) A   (b) B   (c) C    (d) D   (e) E
7. Which of the following should be the LAST sentence?
(a) A   (b) B   (c) C    (d) D   (e) E
8. Which of the following should be the SECOND sentence?
(a) A   (b) B   (c) C    (d) D   (e) E
9. Which of the following should be the FOURTH sentence?
(a) A   (b) B   (c) C    (d) D   (e) E
10. Which of the following should be the FIRST sentence?
(a) A   (b) B   (c) C    (d) D   (e) E
QUANTITATIVE APTITUDE
Direction (1 – 5): What value should come in place of the question mark (?) in the following number series?
1. 19 , 16 , 44 , 107 , ?
A) 108
B) 156
C) 215
D) 151
E) 251
2. 11 , 14 , 23 , 50, ?
A) 111
B) 121
C) 151
D) 131
E) 141
3. 19 , 25 , 42 ,71 , 113 , ?
A) 169
B) 153
C) 186
D) 196
E) 269
4. 21 , 35 , 30 , 44 , 39 ,?
A) 59
B) 53
C) 55
D) 45
E) 46
5. 7, 14, 30, 56 , 93 , ?
A) 142
B) 403
C) 124
D) 96
E) 124
Directions (6 – 10): Study the following table carefully to answer the given questions
Data related to performance of 6 Batsman in a tournament is given. Few Values are intentionally left blank.
Batsman
No of matches
Average Runs
Total Balls Faced
SR
P
5
130
Q
30
78
R
37
400
148
S
72
T
28
55
1280
U
66
I. Strike Rate = [Total Runs Scored/Total Balls Faced]*100
II. None of the batsman stayed not out in any match.
6. What is the number of matches played by batsman R in the tournament?
A) 10
B) 16
C) 12
D) 18
E) 8
7. Batsman Q faced equal number of balls in first 15 matches he played in the tournament and last 15 matches he played in the tournament. If his Strike rate in first 15 matches of the tournament is 120 and in last 15 match is 140 respectively, what is the total number of balls faced by him in the tournament?
A) 1200
B) 1500
C) 2000
D) 2250
E) 1800
8. In the tournament, the total number of balls faced by Batsman P is 75 less than the total number of runs scored by him. What is the average run scored by Batsman P in the tournament?
A) 62.5
B) 69.5
c) 65
D) 54
E) 50.5
9. If the runs scored by T in last 3 matches of the tournament are not considered, his average runs scored in the tournament will decrease by 9. If the runs scored by T in the 26th and 27th match are below 128 and no two scores among these 3 scores are equal, what are the minimum possible runs scored by T in the 28th match?
A) 137
B) 135
C) 141
D) 133
E) 130
10. The respective ratio between total number of balls faced by S and that by U in the tournament is 3:4. Total number of runs scored by U in the tournament is what percent more than the total runs scored by S in the tournament?
A) 200/9%
B) 150/9%
C) 350/9%
D) 325/9%
E) 100/9%
REASONING
Directions (1-5): Study the following information and answer the following questions:
6 cars – A, B, C, D, E and F are parked in a straight line not necessarily in the same order. Distance between each car is a successive multiple of 3. 
The distance between cars A and B is 33 m. A is parked immediate left of B. The distance between cars B and C is 75 m. Car D is parked left of C but not immediate left. The distance between cars E and F is 99 m. The distance between cars E and D is a multiple of 2.
Car F moves for 12 m in North direction, takes a right turn, moves for 63 m, takes a right turn again, moves for 6 m and stops at point Z.
Car C moves for 18 m in South direction, takes a right turn, moves for 75 m, takes a right turn again, moves for 7 m and stops at point X.
Car M is parked 13 m west of point Z. It moves 77 m towards west and stops at point Y. (5 questions)
1. How many cars are parked between D and F?
A) One
B) Two
C) None
D) Three
E) Four
2. Car A will have to travel how much distance to reach point X?
A) 11 m North, 33 m East
B) 33 m East, 12 m South
C) 33 m West, 11 m North
D) 11 m South, 33 m East
E) 33 m West, 11 m South
3. What is the distance between points Z and X?
A) 19 m
B) 18 m
C) 15 m
D) 16 m
E) 17 m
4. What is the position of Car M with respect to the last car in the row?
A) South-West
B) North-West
C) North-East
D) South-East
E) Cannot be determined
5. What is the maximum distance between any two cars?
A) 171 m
B) 165 m
C) 162 m
D) 159 m
E) 149 m
Directions (6 – 10): Each of the questions below consists of a question and two statements numbered I and II given below it. You have to decide whether the data provided in the statements are sufficient to answer the question. Read both the statements and Give answer
A) if the data in Statement I alone are sufficient to answer the question, while the data in Statement II alone are not sufficient to answer the question.
B) if the data in Statement II alone are sufficient to answer the question, while the data in Statement I alone are not sufficient to answer the question.
C) if the data in Statement I alone or in Statement II alone are sufficient to answer the question.
D) if the data in both the Statements I and II together are not sufficient to answer the question.
E) if the data in both the Statements I and II together are necessary to answer the question.
6. How is H related to B?
I. H is married to P. P is the mother of T. T is married to D. D is the father of B.
II. B is the daughter of T. T is the sister of N. H is the father of N.
7. Among five persons D, E, F, G and H, each of whom having different height, who is the second tallest?
I. D is taller than only G and E. F is not the tallest.
II. H is taller than F. G is taller than E but shorter than D.
8. In which direction is J with respect to R?
I. R is to the west of P. P is to the south of G. J is to the west of G. When R, P, G and J are joined by straight lines, a square is formed.
II. K is to the south of J. H is to the east of K. R is to the north-west of H. When R, K and H are joined by straight lines, a right angled triangle (right angled at K) is formed.
9. What is the position of K from the right end in a row?
I. There are even number of students in the row. There are not more than 11 students in the row.
II. C stands at the extreme left end of the line. There are five students between C and B. O is third to the right of B. K is not at the extreme end. There is only one student between O and K.
10. On which day of the week(starting from monday and ending on sunday) did Arvind visit Mumbai?
I. Arvind visited Mumbai after Monday but before Thursday but not on an odd day of the week.
II. Arvind visited Mumbai before Friday but after Monday.