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Question number: 1

» Verbal Reasoning » Coding-Decoding

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On another planet, the local terminology for earth, water, light, air and sky are ‘sky’, ‘light’, ‘air’, ‘water’ and ‘earth’ respectively. If someone is thirsty there, what would he drink?

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Choice (4) Response

a.

Air

b.

Light

c.

Water

d.

Sky

Question number: 2

» Verbal Reasoning » Odd Man Out

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Which pair of numbers is different from the rest three?

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Choice (4) Response

a.

b.

42,6

c.

d.

12,6

Question number: 3

» Verbal Reasoning » Alphabet Test

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If the first and third letters of the word ‘ENVIRONMENTAL’ were interchanged as well as the second and fourth letters, the fifth and the seventh, and so on, then which of the following shall be the ninth letter counting from left?

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

M

b.

O

c.

N

d.

T

Question number: 4

» Verbal Reasoning » Coding-Decoding

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HERE is written as JFPD, STOP can be written as

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Choice (4) Response

a.

OUQR

b.

UUMO

c.

TUNO

d.

UVKQ

Question number: 5

» Verbal Reasoning » Coding-Decoding

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If in a certain code HONEY is written as IPOFZ, how will TRICK be written?

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Choice (4) Response

a.

VSKEL

b.

UTJDL

c.

USJDL

d.

TPHEI

Question number: 6

» Verbal Reasoning » Odd Man Out

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Four diagrams are given, three of which are similar in some way and one is different. Find the one that is different.

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Choice (4) Response

a.

Image of a box having an alphabet and a number: Choice A

Image of a Box Having an Alphabet and a Number: Choice A

Representing the image of a box having an alphabet and a digit related to each other

b.

Image of a box having an alphabet and a number: Choice B

Image of a Box Having an Alphabet and a Number: Choice B

Representing the image of a box having an alphabet and a digit related to each other

c.

Image of a box having an alphabet and a number: Choice C

Image of a Box Having an Alphabet and a Number: Choice C

Representing the image of a box having an alphabet and a digit related to each other

d.

Image of a box having an alphabet and a number: Choice D

Image of a Box Having an Alphabet and a Number: Choice D

Representing the image of a box having an alphabet and a digit related to each other

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