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 Test Name CMAT Mock Test Subject Mock Test Test Type MCQs Total Question 60 Total Marks 120 Total Time 40 Minutes Test Help For CMAT Test. General Knowledge. Technical Education. AICTE Test. Admission Entry Test. Engineering Entry Test. Quantitative Technique. Logical Reasoning. Language Comprehension. General Awareness.

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1. Six persons -- Harr, John, Zany, Sam, Tom and Suzy -- are sitting at a circular table facing the center. Harry is facing John, John is to the right of Zany and left of Sam. Sam is to the left of Suzy. If Suzy exchanges her seat with Tom and Zany with John, who will be sitting to the immediate of Zany?

Question 1 of 60

2. The following question contains six statements  followed by four sets of combinations of three. Choose the option as answer where first two statements logically prove the 3rd statement.
1. All writers are intelligent.
2. No intelligent people are publishers.
3. Some writers are intelligent.
4. Some publishers are intelligent.
5. No writer is a publisher.
6. No writer is intelligent.

Question 2 of 60

3. The line chart given below shows the production of agricultural products (Wheat, Rice and Sugarcane) in million tonnes over 6 years. Production of agricultural products in a particular year = (Production of Wheat + Production of Rice + Production of Sugarcane) in that particular year.
In how many years has the production of at least two of the products increased?

Question 3 of 60

4. Abhinav is 27th from the left and end of a row of 49 boys and Sameer is 27th from the right end of the same row. How many boys are there between Abhinav and Sameer in the row?

Question 4 of 60

5. Ten similar white balls are to be distributed among three boxes where each box can hold any number of balls. In how many ways can these 10 balls be distributed in three boxes?

Question 5 of 60

6. Six top coaches of the country, including London Olympic Games bronze medallist wrestler Yogeshwar Dutt's mentor Yashvir Singh has been recommended for the prestigious Dronacharya Award 2012 by 15-member award committee. The committee was headed by:

Question 6 of 60

7. In a class there are five students -- Anubhav, Bhavishya, Chanchal, Devang and Ekta -- of different weights. It is also known that:
(i). Weight of Devang is half of Ekta's weight.
(ii). Bhavishya's weight is four and a half times as much as Chanchal's.
(iii). Chanchal's weight is half as much as Devang's.
(iv). Weight of Anubhav is twice of Bhavishya's weight.
If weight of Chanchal is 8 kg, then what is the weight of Anubhav?

Question 7 of 60

8. The length of a rectangular field is double of its width. Inside the field there is a square-shaped pond which is 8 m long. If the area of the pond is 1/8th of the area of the field, then what is the width of the field?

Question 8 of 60

9. In how many different ways can the letters of the word 'PHILAB' be rearranged?

Question 9 of 60

10. In a school, there are five teachers. A and B teach English and Hindi. C and B teach English and Geography. D and A teach Mathematics and Hindi. E and B teach History and French. Who among the following teachers teaches maximum numberof subjects?

Question 10 of 60

11. Five friends -- A, B, C, D and E -- wore shirts of colours among -- green, yellow, pink, red and blue -- and shorts of colours among -- black, white, grey, blue and green -- not necessarily in the same order. It is also known that:
(i). Nobody wore shirts and shorts of the same colours.
(ii). D wore blue shirt and C wore green shorts.
(iii). The one who wore green shirt, wore black shorts and the one who wore blue shorts, wore red shirt.
(iv). A wore white shorts and pink shirt.
(v). E did not wear red shirt.
Who wore the yellow shirt?

Question 11 of 60

12. Find the missing term in the series: 3, 12, 27, _____, 75.

Question 12 of 60

13. Find the sum of the place values of 3 in the number 503535.

Question 13 of 60

14. In an examination, it is required to get 296 marks out of the total maximum aggregate marks to pass the exam. A students get 259 marks and fails in the examination. The difference in percentage of the marks obtained by the student and that of the marks required to pass is 5%. What is the maximum aggregate marks a student can get?

Question 14 of 60

15. Recently, Apple has won more than 1 billion dollars in a massive victory in its patent case against:

Question 15 of 60

16. Who among the following won Indianapolis MotoGP 2012?

Question 16 of 60

Question 17 of 60

18. Find the wrong number in the following series: 6*, 15, 35, 99, 143, 221

Question 18 of 60

19. Find the reminder when 36³⁷ - 37³⁶ is divided by 31.

Question 19 of 60

20. The question given below is followed by two statement, I and II. Mark the answer using the following instructions:
If x is an integer, then what is the value of x²?

I. 1/5 < 1/x+1 < 1/2
II. (x - 3)(x - 4) = 0

Question 20 of 60

21. If 'm' is a positive real number, what is the nature of the roots of the equation
2mx² - 3(m + 1)x + m -1 = 0 ?

Question 21 of 60

22. The question given below is followed by two statement, I and II. Mark the answer using the following instructions:
The number 'n'is a two digit prime number. Is the number 'm' obtained by reserving the two digits of 'n' a prime?
I. Both the digits of the number 'n' are prime.
II. The sum of the two digits of 'n' is 10.

Question 22 of 60

23. A container is full of wine. From this container 4 gallons of wine is taken out and 4 gallons of water is added. Again 4 gallons of mixture is taken out and 4 gallons of water is added to the mixture. Now the ratio of wine and water in the container is 36:13. What is the volume of the container?

Question 23 of 60

24. Sixteen players participate in a knock-out singles badminton tournament. In each round, one player plays only one match and only the winners of each round play the next round. How many matches the winner of the tournament play?

Question 24 of 60

25. India has planned to invest between र300 -र400 crore in the second phase of Iran's port expansion. Name the port.

Question 25 of 60

26. The following questions contains six statements followed by four options. Select the set where the third statement can be logically concluded from the preceding two.
A. An ostrich lays eggs.
B. All birds lays eggs.
C. Some birds can fly.
D. An ostrich cannot fly.
E. An ostrich is a bird.
F. An ostrich can swim.

Question 26 of 60

27. Eight children and twelve men complete a certain piece of work in 9 days. If each child is half as efficient as a man, then in how many days will 12 men finish the same work?

Question 27 of 60

28. Complete the series: FDS, JHW, NL, _______

Question 28 of 60

29. A window of a house located on one side of a road is 12 m above the ground. A ladder is placed on the road to reach the window. If the ladder is turned towards the other side of the road keeping its feet at the same point, then it can reach a window at a height of 9 m from the ground. If the length of the ladder is 15 m, then what is the width of the road?

Question 29 of 60

30. ABC is a triangular field in which sides AB and BC are perpendicular to each other. A car started from A towards C, along the side AC. After sometime it reached point D such that DC = DB = BC. Find the ratio BD:AD.

Question 30 of 60

31. The ages of the students of a class are in arithmetic progression. The common difference of their ages is four months. If the youngest student is just eight years old and sum of their ages is 168 years, then the number of students in the class is:

Question 31 of 60

32. A sum of र800 amounts of र290 in 3 years at simple interest. If the rate of interest is increased by 3% per annum, then in the same period the sum will amount to

Question 32 of 60

33. Four people -- Achal, Babli, Chandermukhi and Dimple -- together have scored 100 marks in a test. Achal and Babli together have scored as many marks as Chandermukhi and Dimple have got together. Achal has got more marks than Babli. Chandermukhi has got half the marks that Dimple has scored. Achal has got 5 marks more than that of Dimple. Who has got the highest marks?

Question 33 of 60

34. In a certain code language 'MACHINE' is coded as 'SGINOTK' then how will 'APPLE' be coded in the same code language?

Question 34 of 60

35. If (a/b)⁴ˣˉ³ = (b/a)⁷ˣˉ¹, Find the value of x.

Question 35 of 60

36. A man starts from a point and moves 3 km towards North, then he turns towards West and moves 2 km. Again he turns towards North and moves 1 km and them he moves 5 km towards East. How far is he from the starting point?

Question 36 of 60

37. The pie chart given below shows how the Central Government's budget of र3004 crore was spent in the year 1980. What amount was spent on National Defence?

Question 37 of 60

38. Three men start together to travel in the same direction around a circular track of 11 km with the speeds of 4 km/hr, 5 1/2 km/hr and 8 km/hr. After how much time will they all meet for the first time at the starting point?

Question 38 of 60

39. The following question has a statement followed by two assumptions I and II. Consider the statement and the following assumptions and decide which of the assumptions is implicit in the statement.
Statement:
The government, through a notification, has banned smoking in public places.
Assumptions:
I. People would abide by the notification.
II. The message in the notification will reach the general public.

Question 39 of 60

40. The length of the Sharam Shakti express is 180 m and it crosses a cyclist, travelling in the opposite direction at a speed of 5 km/hr, in 15 sec. How long will it take to cross a platform of length 1.73 km?

Question 40 of 60

41. In a queue, Sadiq is 14th from the front and Joseph is 17th from the end, while Jane is in middle of Sadiq and Joseph. If Sadiq is ahead of Joseph and there are 48 persons in the queue, then how many persons are there between Sadiq and Jane?

Question 41 of 60

42. A person bought 20 liters of milk at the rate of र8 per liter. He got it churned after spending र10 and got 5 kg of cream and 20 liters of toned milk. He sold the cream at र30 per kg and toned milk at र4 per liter. What is hid profit percentage?

Question 42 of 60

43. In a certain code language, 'si ne po' means 'day is wonder ful' and 'ri jo' means 'good boy'. Which of the following means 'rainy' in the same code language?

Question 43 of 60

44. Which of the following States' tourism has been recently awarded as the 'Best State for Pilgrimage Tourism 2012' by Safari India?

Question 44 of 60

45. Amrita, Bhanu, Chintu and Daljeet belong to the same family. Amrita is the daughter of Bhanu. Bhanu is the son of Chintu. Chintu is the father of Daljeet. Which of the following statements is true?

Question 45 of 60

46. I the question given below, which one of the four answer figures should come after the problem figures in the sequence was continued?
Problem Figures:  (a)                   (b)                   (c)                 (d)

Question 46 of 60

47. Who among the following has been appointed as India's Governor on the board of Governors of the African Development Bank and African Development Fund?

Question 47 of 60

48. D is the brother of Q and R, S is mother of R, T is father of D. Which of the following statements is not necessarily true?

Question 48 of 60

49. There are 35 students in a hostel. If the number of students increases by 7, then the expenses of the mess increases by र42 per day while the average expenditure per head decreases by र1. What is the original expenditure of the mess?

Question 49 of 60

50. Who among the following Indian women has been ranked top in the 'World's 100 Most Powerful Women' list, recent released by the Forbes magazine?

Question 50 of 60

51. The ratios of the incomes and the expenditures of Aiswarya, Babita and Charu are 7 : 9 : 12 and 8 : 9 : 15 respectively. If Aiswarya saves one-fourth of her income, then the ratio of their savings is

Question 51 of 60

52. The relationship among the words _____ Parrots, Birds and Mice ____ can best be represented by one of the four diagrams (a), (b), (c) and (d) given below. Choose the diagram that represent the group of words. Question 52 of 60

53. Air Force Version of Pilot-less Target Aircraft is known as:

Question 53 of 60

54. How much percent FDI has been approved by Union Finance Ministry in Insurance and Pension Sector?

Question 54 of 60

55. N is a natural number such that when it is successively divided by 8, 6 and 10 it leaves remainders 5, 4 and 2 respectively. What is the remainder when N is divided by 48?

Question 55 of 60

56. Complete the series: 48, 24, 72, 36, 108, _____

Question 56 of 60

57. The following question has a statement followed by two assumptions I and II. Consider the statement and the following assumptions and decide which of the assumptions is implicit in the statement.
Statement:
Without reforming the entire administrative system, we cannot eradicate corruption and prejudice from the society.
Assumptions:
I. The existence of corruption and prejudice is good.
II. There is enough flexibility to change the administrative system.

Question 57 of 60

58. Who among the following is the President of the International Paralympic Committee?

Question 58 of 60

59. The average age of the students in the institute was 15 years. Then students of average age 12 years joined the institute and the average age of the students of this institute became 14.8 years. What was the initial number of number of students in that institute?

Question 59 of 60

60. If the following alphabets are written in the reverse order which will be the sixth letter to the right of p?
a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o  p q r s t u v w x y z

Question 60 of 60

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