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General Intelligence Sample Questions

Question: If thirty observation have an average of 20 and 20 observations have a mean of 30 then what is the average of all observations?
(1) 25
(2) 60
(3) 50
(4) 24
Ans. (4)

Directions (next 5 questions) : In each question below are three statements followed by two conclusions numbered I and II. You have to take the three given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance from commonly known facts and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows from the three statements disregard­ing commonly known facts.
Give answer (1) if only Conclu­sion I follows.
Give answer (2) if only Conclu­sion II   follows.
Give answer (3) if either Conclu­sion I or Conclusion II follows.
Give answer (4) if neither Con­clusion I nor Conclusion II follows.
Give answer (5) if both Conclu­sions I and II follow.

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Question: Statements:
All starts are planets. All planets are moons. No moon is a sun.
Conclusions:
I. All stars are suns.
II. No moon is a star.
Ans. (4)

Question: Statements:
Some computers are keyboards. Some keyboards are wires. Some wires are switches.
Conclusions:
I. Some computers are switch­es.
II. Some wires are computers.
Ans. (4)

Question: Statements:
No cap is a hat.
All hats are feathers.
All feathers areipfepars.
Conclusions:
All hates are papers All feathers are caps
Ans. (1)

Question: Statements:
All nylons are cottons. All cottons are wools, Some wools are polyesters.
Conclusions:
I. Some cottons are polyesters.
II. Some wools are nylons.
Ans. (2)

Question: Statements:
All calculators are watches. All phones are watches. All watches are televisions.
Conclusions:
I. All phones are televisions.
II. Some televisions are calculators.
Ans. (5)

Question: A car travels at a speed of 60 km per hour from Ghaziabad to Lucknow and returns at a speed of 40 km per hour. Find the average speed.
(1) 50
(2) 55
(3) 48
(4) 4
Ans. (3)

Question: How many meaningful English words can be made with the letters EMTA using each letter only once  in each word ?
(1) None
(2) One
(3) Two
(4) Three
(5) More than three
Ans. (5)

Question: Four of the following five are alike in a certain way and so form a group. Which is the one that does not belong to that group?
(1) 115
(2) 85
(3) 95
(4) 75
(5) 155
Ans. (4)

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Question: If the positions of the first and the third digits within each number are interchanged, which of the following will be the third digit of the second lowest number ?
(1) 9
(2) 4
(3) 7
(4) 5
Ans. (4)

Question: ‘Krishna’ walked 5 metres towards North, took a left turn and walked for 10 metres. He then took a right turn and walked for 20 metres, and again took right turn and walked 10 metres. How far he is from the starting point ?
(1) 20 metres
(2) 15 metres
(3) 25 metres
(4) 30 metres
(5) None of these
Ans. (3)

Question: If it is possible to make a meaningful word with the first, the third, the sixth and the eighth letters of the word RESTRICTION using each letter only once then second letter of the word so formed is your answer. If more than one such word can be formed mark ‘P’ as you answer and if no such word can be formed mark ‘X’ as your answer.
(1) P
(2) I
(3) X
(4) T
Ans. (4)

Question: How many such pairs of letters are there in the word COMPUTERS each of which has as many letters between them in the word as in the English alphabet ?
(1) Three
(2) One
(3) Two
(4) More than three
Ans. (4)

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Question: If “@” means V, ‘©’ means V, ‘%’ means’+’ and ‘$’ means -‘ then 6 % 12 © 3 @’ 8 $ 3 = ?
(1) 37
(2) 35
(3) 39
(4) 33
Ans. (2)

Question: Four of the following live are alike in a certain way and so form a group. Which is the one that does not belong to that group ?
(1) Wheel
(2) Tyre
(3) Car
(4) Door
Ans. (3)

Question: In a certain code RELATED is written as EFUBKDQ. How is RETAINS written in that code ?
(1) SDQBTOJ
(2) JOTBQDS
(3) JOTBSDQ
(4) TOJBSDQ
Ans. (4)

Question: Which of the following is the middle digit of the highest number among the five numbers given below? 371 582 493 245 816
(1) 1
(2) 7
(3) 8
(4) 9
Ans. (1)

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Directions (next 6 questions): In each question below is given a group of letters followed by four combinations of digits/symbols numbered (1). (2). (3) and (4). You have to find out which of the four combinations correctly represents the groups of letters based on the following coding System and the conditions that follow and mark the number of that combination as your answer. If none of the combinations correct/ represents the group of letters, ‘mark (5) i.e. ‘None of these’ as your answer.

Letter A M P J E I R T W B U K Y Z H
Digit/Symbol Code 1 9 2 @ 3 © 4 8 7 $ 6 % 5 * d

Conditions:
(i) If the first letter is a consonant and the last letter is a vowel, their codes are to be interchanged.
(ii) If the first letter is a vowel and the last letter is a consonant, both are to be coded as the code for the vowel.

Question: UPAMYE
(1) 612953
(2) 321956
(3) 621956
(4) *621953
Ans. (4)

Question: JPERTB
(1) ©3248$
(2) ©2348®
(3) $2348®
(4) None of these
Ans. (4)

Question: IMPBEZ
(1) ©92$3©
(2) *92$3*
(3) *92$3©
(4) ©9$23©
Ans. (1)

Question: JETWBH
(1) [email protected]
(2) @[email protected]
(3) @387$d
(4) 8387$d
Ans. (3)

Question: KHAPYI
(1) % d125%
(2) ©d125%
(3) ©d215©
(4) ©d125©
Ans. (2)

Question: BPTRKA
(1) $284%1
(2) 1284%$
(3) 1284%1
(4) $284%$
Ans. (2)

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Directions (next 5 questions): Study the following information carefully an d answer the following questions.

Adam , Putin, Johnson, Chris, Carl and Rangesh are six students studying in a class. Each of them is of different height and weight. The tallest ma y not be the heaviest. Carl is taller than only Adam but lighter than Johnson. Putin is taller than Chris and Adam and heavier than only Carl and Rangesh. Adam is lighter than only Chris. Carl is heavier than Rangesh. Chris is taller than Rangesh and Putin is not the tallest.

Question: How many of them are heavier than Carl?
(1) One
(2) Two
(3) Three
(4) Non e of these
Ans. (4)

Question: How many of them are shorter than Putin?
(1)Two
(2) Four
(3) Three
(4) Five
Ans. (2)

Question: Who among the following is the tallest?
(1) Rangesh
(2) Adam
(3) Carl
(4) Johnson
Ans. (4)

Question: Who among them is third from the top if arranged in descending order of height?
(1) Putin
(2) Rangesh
(3) Chris
(4) Data inadequate
Ans. (3)

Question: Who among the following is the lightest?
(1) Rangesh
(2) Carl
(3) Adam
(4) Johnson
Ans. (1)

Question: In a certain code ‘MOUSE’ is written as PRUQC. How is ‘SHIFT written in that code ?
(1) VKIRD
(2) VKIDR
(3) VJIDR
(4) VIKRD
Ans. (2)

Question:
In a certain code SUBSTANCE is written as RATRUFDOB. How is TENTHOUSE written in that code?
(1) SMDSIFTVP
(2) UOFUIDRTN
(3) UOFUIFTVP
(4) SMDSIDRTN
Ans. (1)

Directions (next 5 questions): In each of the questions below are given four statements followed by three conclusions numbered I, II and III. You have to take the given statements to he true even if they seem to be at variance from commonly known facts.
Read all the conclusions and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows from the given statements disregarding commonly known facts.

Question:
Statements:
All coins are glasses.
Some glasses are cups.
Some cups are boxes.
All boxes are pins.
Conclusions:
I. Some coins are cups.
II. Some pins are glasses.
III. Some cups are pins.
(1) None follows
(2) Only I follows
(3) Only III follows
(4) Only II and III follow
Ans. (3)

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Question:
Statements: 

Some pens are pencils.
All pencils are caps.
All caps are buses.
Some buses are trains.
Conclusions:
I. Some trains are caps.
II. Some pens are buses.
III. Some pencils are trains.
(1) Only I follows
(2) Only II follows
(3) Only I and III follow
(4) None follows
Ans. (2)

Question:
Statements: 

All shirts are skirts.
All skirts are banks.
All banks are roads.
All roads are brushes.
Conclusions: 
I. All banks are skirts.
II. All roads are banks.
III. Some brushes are shirts.
(1) Only I follows
(2) Only III follows
(3) Only I and III follow
(4) All I, II and III follow
Ans. (2)

Question:
Statements: 

Some fishes are plates.
Some plates are spoons.
Some spoons are plants.
All plants are crows.
Conclusions: 
I. Some plates are crows.
II. Some crows are spoons.
III. Some plants are spoons.
(1) Only I follows
(2) Only I and II follow
(3) None follows
(4) Only II and III follow
Ans. (4)

Question:
Statements:
Some eggs are hens.
Some hens are ducks.
All ducks are pigeons.
All pigeons are sparrows.
Conclusions: 
I. All ducks are sparrows.
II. No egg is duck.
III. Some sparrows are hens.
(1) Only I follows
(2) Only I and II follow
(3) Only III follows
(4) Only I and III follow
Ans. (4)

Question:
Statements:
No man is tiger.
No tiger is cat.
Some cats are lions.
Some lions are tigers.
Conclusion:
I. Some tigers are cats.
II. Some cats are men.
III. Some lions are men.
(1) None follows
(2) Only III follows
(3) Only I and II follow
(4) Only I follows
Ans. (1)

Question: If in each number the first and the second digits are interchanged, which will be the third highest number?
(1) 489
(2) 541
(3) 654
(4) 953
Ans. (4)

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Directions (next 2 questions) : Following digit numbers given below
518 849 365 783 291

Question: If the positions of first and third digits in each number are interchanged, which of the; following will be the second digit Of third highest number ?
(1) 1
(2) 4
(3) 8
(4) 6
Ans. (4)

Question: If the positions of the first and the second digits in each number are interchanged, which of the following will be the second highest number ?
(1) 849
(2) 365
(3) 783
(4) 291
(5) 518
Ans. (3)

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