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LIC - AAO (Generalist) GRAND TEST Number of Questions: 160 Max. Marks: 300 Time: 2 Hours

REASONING Directions (Q. No. 1-5): Each of the following questions consists of some statements followed by some conclusions. Consider the statement to be true even if they vary from the commonly known facts and find out which of the conclusions logically follows(s) the given statements and choose the proper alternative from the given choices. Mark Answer: a) If only I follows b) If only II follows c) If either I or II follows d) If neither I nor II follows e) If both I and II follow 1. Statements: All pens are pencils All pens are erasers All erasers are chalks Conclusions: I. All erasers are pens II. Some erasers are pens 2. Statements: All papers are books Some books are bags All books are pens Conclusions: I. Some pens are paper II. Some bags are pens 3. Statements: All Roses are Lilies Some Lilies are Jasmines Some Jasmines are Marigolds Conclusions: I. Some Roses are Jasmines II. Some Marigolds are Roses 4. Statements: Some Shirts are Pants All Pants are Trousers Some Trousers are Dresses Conclusions: I. Some Trousers are Shirts II. Some Dresses are Shirts 5. Statements: Some Symbols are Letters All Letters are Numbers No Number is an Alphabet Conclusions: I. Some Numbers are Symbols II. Some Letters are not Alphabets Directions (Q. No. 6-10): In the following questions, the symbols @, ©, $, * and % are used with the following meaning as illustrated below: "P © Q" means "P is smaller than Q". "P @ Q" means "P is greater than Q". "P * Q" means "P is either smaller than or equal to Q". "P % Q" means "P is either greater than or equal to Q".

"P $ Q" means "P is neither smaller than nor greater than Q". Now in each of the following questions assuming the given statements to be true, find which of the two conclusions I and II given below them is/ are definitely true. Give answer: a) If only conclusion I is true; b) If only conclusion II is true; c) If either conclusion I or II is true; d) If neither conclusion I nor II is true; e) If both conclusions I and II are true. 6. Statements: J @ T, T©D, D%R Conclusions: I. R©T II. [email protected] 7. Statements: W$M, [email protected], B©K Conclusions: I. B©W II. [email protected] 8. Statements: R*B, B©D, D$F Conclusions: I. [email protected] II. [email protected] 9. Statements: H©K, K*M, [email protected] Conclusions: I. J©K II. [email protected] 10. Statements: [email protected], T%R, R*K Conclusions: I. K*T II. [email protected] Directions (Q. No. 11-15): Study the information and answer the following questions. In a certain code language "Economics is not money" is written as "ka la ho ga", "demand and supply Economics" is written as "mo ta pa ka", "money makes only part" is written as "zi la ne ki" and "demand makes supply Economics" is written as "zi mo ka ta". 11. What is the code for "money" in the given code language? a) ga b) mo c) pa d) ta e) la 12. What is the code for "supply" in the given code language? a) Only ta b) Only mo c) Either pa or mo d) Only pa e) Either ta or mo 13. What may be the possible code for "demand only more" in the given code language? a) xi ne mo b) mo zi ne c) ki ne mo d) mo zi ki e) xi ka ta 14. What may be the possible code for "work and money" in the given code language? a) pa ga la b) pa la tu c) mo la pa d) tu la ga e) pa la ne 15. What is the code for "makes" in the given code language? a) mo b) pa c) ne d) zi e) ho Directions (Q. No. 16-20): Study the following information to answer the given questions. Seven friends – L, M, N, O, P, Q and R are sitting in a straight line

facing north, not necessarily in the same order. M sits fifth to the right of O. P sits third to the right of L. Both L and P do not sit at the extreme ends of the line. Q and R are immediate neighbours of each other. N sits third to the left of Q. 16. What is O's position with respect of R? a) Second to the right b) Third to the left c) Second to the left d) Third to the right e) None of these 17. Which of the following represents the friends sitting at the extreme ends of the line? a) O, M b) Q, O c) N, M d) O, N e) None of these 18. If all the seven friends are made to sit in alphabetical order from left to right, the positions of how many will remain unchanged? a) Four b) Three c) One d) Two e) None 19. Who sits exactly in the middle of the row? a) P b) L c) Q d) R e) None of these 20. Four of the following five are alike in a certain way based on their seating positions in the above arrangement and so form a group. Which is the one that does not belong to the group? a) MP b) RQ c) ON d) LN e) QL 21. B is the brother of A, whose only sister is mother of C. D is maternal grandmother of C. How is A related to D? a) Daughter-in-law b) Daughter c) Aunt d) Nephew e) Cannot be determined 22. Amit travelled 15 kms. eastward, then turned left and travelled 5 kms, then turned left and travelled 15 kms. How far was Amit from the starting point? a) 30 kms. b) 35 kms. c) 15 kms. d) 5 kms. e) None of these 23. If you are eleventh in a queue starting either end, how many are there in the queue? a) 11 b) 20 c) 21 d) 22 e) None of these Directions (Q. No. 24-26): Study the following information to answer the given questions. A number arrangement machine when given an input of numbers, arranges them in a specific order following a systematic method of rearrangement. An illustration of step wise

rearrangement is given below. Understand the pattern and answer the questions. Input: 46 84 32 17 62 76 09 Step I: 09 46 84 32 17 62 76 StepII: 09 17 46 84 32 62 76 StepIII:09 17 32 46 84 62 76 StepIV:09 17 32 46 62 84 76 Step V: 09 17 32 46 62 76 84 Step V is the final output for the given input. 24. If 29 3 59 72 43 is the input, then the output is a) 3 72 43 59 29 b) 3 29 43 72 59 c) 3 43 29 59 72 d) 3 29 43 59 72 e) None of these 25. What is the input if the step V of that input is 66 29 3 57 92 192 36 a) 3 29 57 36 92 66 192 b) 3 39 57 92 36 66 192 c) 3 29 36 57 66 92 192 d) 3 29 36 92 57 66 192 e) Cannot be determined 26. What is the step IV of the input 26 92 04 46 83 97 69 61 a) 04 26 61 46 92 83 97 69 b) 04 26 46 92 83 97 69 61 c) 04 26 46 61 83 97 69 92 d) 04 26 46 83 61 97 69 92 e) None of these 27. How many meaning full words can be made with the letters E, I, F and L using each letter only once in each word? a) None b) One c) Three d) Two e) Four 28. Find the missing number in the following diagram. ?

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a) 40 b) 38 c) 39 d) 44 e) 50 Directions (Q.No. 29, 30): Study the following information carefully and mark your answer as: a) If only conclusion I follows b) If Only conclusion II follows c) If either conclusion I or II follows d) If neither conclusion I nor II follows e) If both conclusion I and II follow 29. Statement: It is reported that though Vitamin E present in fresh fruits and vegetables is beneficial for human body, capsule Vitamin E does not have the same effect on human body. Course of Action:

I. The sale of capsule Vitamin E should be banned. II. People should be encouraged to take fresh fruits and vegetables to meet the body's requirement of Vitamin E. 30. Statement: In view of the violent situation due to students' agitation the state government has decided to close down all the educational institutions in the state for two weeks with immediate effect. Assumptions: I. The student's agitation may subside after two weeks. II.The students may not find a place to come further and continue agitation after the closure of the educational institutions.

QUANTITATIVE APTITUDE 31. Three-fifths of a number is 30 more than 50 per cent of that number. What is 80 per cent of that number? a) 300 b) 60 c) 240 d) Cannot be determined e) None of these 32. Pradip spends 40 per cent of his monthly income on food items, and 50 per cent of the remaining on clothes and conveyance. He saves one third of the remaining amount after spending on food, clothes and conveyance. If he saves Rs. 19,200 every year, what is his monthly income? a) Rs. 24,000 b) Rs. 12,000 c) Rs. 16,000 d) Rs. 20,000 e) None of these 33. A and B invest Rs. 3,000 and Rs. 4,000 in a business. A receives Rs. 10 per month out of the profit as a remuneration for running the business and the rest of profit is divided in proportion to the investments. If in a year "A" totally receives Rs. 390, what does "B" receive? a) Rs. 375 b) Rs. 360 c) Rs. 350 d) Rs. 260 e) None of these 34. A man bought a horse and a carriage for Rs. 3000. He sold the horse at a gain of 20% and the carriage at a loss 10%, thereby gaining 2% on the whole. Find the cost of the horse? a) Rs. 1000 b) Rs. 1200 c) Rs. 1500 d) Rs. 1700 e) None of these

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