Directions (1-5): In each of the question below are given four statements followed by four Conclusions 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. Read all the conclusions and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows the given statements disregarding commonly known facts.

Q1. Statements:
Some Kick are Mick.
All Mick are Pick. Some
Pick are Snick.
All Cartoon are Snick.
Conclusions:
I. Some Kick are not Snick.
II. At least some Cartoon are Pick.
III. Some Pick are Kick.
IV. All Snick being Cartoon is a possibility.
None follows
Only II follows
II and III follow
III and IV follow
None of these
Solution:

Q2. Statements:
All box are bag.
All bag are school.
Some school are college.
All college are institute.
Conclusions:
I. All institute are bag.
II. At least some school are institute.
III. All bag are not box.
IV. All box being school is a possibility.
Only II follows
II and IV follow
III and IV follow
I and III follow
None of these
Solution:

Q3. Statements:
Some penalty are goal.
Some goal are ping.
All ping are popular.
No popular are mistake.
Conclusions:
I. All popular are penalty.
II. Some ping are definitely mistake.
III. At least some penalty are ping.
IV. No mistake is a ping.
None follows
Only I follows
Either II or IV follows
Only IV follows
None of these
Solution:

Q4. Statements:
Some book are pen.
All pen are tablet.
All tablet are pencil.
All pencil are laptop.
Conclusions:
I. At least some pen are laptop.
II. All pencil are book.
III. All laptop are not tablet.
IV. All pen being pencil is a possibility.
Only IV follows
Either II or III follows
Only III follows
Only I follows
None of these
Solution:

Q5. Statements:
All queen are troops.
All enemy are troops.
All wazir are troops.
Some wazir are enemy.
Conclusions:
I. Some wazir are queen.
II. Only troops is enemy.
III. All troops are not wazir.
IV. Some enemy being queen is a possibility.
None follows
Only I follows
Only II follows
II and IV follow
None of these
Solution:

Directions (6-10): What should come in place of question mark (?) in following simplification problems?

Q6. 361 × 250 ÷ 50 = 25 ×?
74.2
72.2
70.4
72.4
68.4
Solution:

Q7. 56% of 450 +? = 300
52
48
42
56
54
Solution:

Q8. 40% of 250 = 50% of?
200
100
150
400
420
Solution:

Q9. 81 + 20 × 0.75 – 9 =?
97
107
87
77
82
Solution:

Q10. 22440 ÷ √? = 34 × 12
55
3136
65
3025
3020
Solution:

Directions (11-15): In each of the questions given below a sentence is given in which some parts are given in bold which are grammatically correct. The other three parts of the sentence may or may not be grammatically correct. The sentence is then followed by three alternatives for the parts of the sentence which is not given in bold which may replace the incorrect portion. Choose the alternative(s) which will replace the incorrect part in the sentence to make it grammatically and contextually correct.

Q11. In the end of the Rigvedic period(A)/, the Aryan society began to(B)/ expand of the northwestern region(C)/ of the Indian subcontinent(D)/, into the western Ganges plain(E).
(I) At the end of the Rigvedic period
(II) expand from the northwestern region
(III) onto the western Ganges plain
Only (I)
Only (II)
Both (I)&(II)
Only (III)
All of the above
Solution:
The Correct Sentence is : At the end of the Rigvedic period, the Aryan society began to expand from the northwestern region of the Indian subcontinent, into the western Ganges plain. When we talk about any period of time it should be started with ‘at’ as we are talking about the end of the era so ‘in’ should be replaced by ‘at’. Moreover, expansion of the region has been mentioned. Therefore, there should be ‘expand from’ in place of ‘expand of’.

Q12. Many smaller clans mentioned(A)/ within early literature seems(B)/ to has been(C)/ present across the(D)/ rest of the subcontinent(E).
(I) within early literature seem
(II) to have been
(III) rest in the subcontinent
Only (I)
Only (II)
Only (III)
Both (I)&(II)
No replacement required
Solution:
The Correct Sentence is: Many smaller clans mentioned within early literature seem to have been present across the rest of the subcontinent. Here, ‘clans’ is a plural form, therefore plural form of verb should be placed .i.e. ‘seem’ instead of ‘seems’. Furthermore, according to the rule, ‘to’ always takes ‘have’ with it so it ‘has’ should be replaced by ‘have’.

Q13. On the same time it(A)/ must be note that overwhelming(B)/ majority of Muslims in(C)/ India of Indian natives(D)/ converted to Islam(E).
(I) At the same time it
(II) must be noted that overwhelming
(III) India are Indian relatives
Only (III)
Both (I)&(II)
All (I),(II)&(III)
No replacement required
Only (II)
Solution:
The Correct Sentence is: At the same time it must be noted that overwhelming majority of Muslims in India are Indian natives converted to Islam. The same thing which we discussed in the solution of the Q1 is repeated here i.e. ‘at the same time’ should come here. Moreover, ‘must’ is followed by ‘be’, therefore third form of verb .i.e. ‘noted’ should replace ‘note’. Furthermore, the context of the passage says that the majority of the Muslims are the natives are the natives of India, thus ….’India are Indian natives’ is the correct formation.

Q14. The spark that lead to the(A)/ mutiny was the issue of new(B)/ gunpowder cartridges for the(C)/ Enfield rifle, which was insensitive(D)/ to local religious prohibition(E).
(I) The spark that led to the
(II) Mutiny were the issue of new
(III) Enfield Rifle, which is insensitive
Only (I)
Only (II)
Only (III)
Both (I)&(III)
No correction required
Solution:
The Correct Sentence is: The spark that led to the mutiny was the issue of new gunpowder cartridges for the Enfield rifle, which was insensitive to local religious prohibition. As the sentence is in the past tense, therefore the error is only in the first part .i.e. ‘lead’ should be replaced by ‘led’.

Q15. Bengal witnesses(A)/ an intellectual awakening(B)/ that was in(C)/ some way similar(D)/ to the Renaissance(E).
(I) Bengal witnessed
(II) of intellectual awakening
(III) that is in
Both (I)&(II)
Both (I)&(III)
Only (II)
Only (III)
All of the above
Solution:
The Correct Sentence is: Bengal witnessed an intellectual awakening that is in some way similar to the Renaissance. The given sentence is the present form of tense but the context of the passage talks about the awakening which is witnessed by the Bengal due to intellectual awakening. Thus, ‘Bengal witnessed’ is the correct usage, and accordingly ‘that in some way similar to’ will come further.