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26 Nov 06
i will bet on this kind on questions will not be sloved any one 1)logical reasoning- 30 Questions (45 min). 2)Verbal section- 40 Questions (30 min). Logical Reasoning: 1) 1-5 questions :A paragraph was given and questions related to the para were asked. The Para was easy….P,Q,R,S,T,U,V participated in 100m & 200m race…P is above and below U…and some more conditions……..sorry I don’t remember. 2) 6-10 questions: Find the odd one out from a sequence of 5 choices. 3) 10-15 questions: Data sufficiency questions. 4) 15-20 questions: Data interpretation, a line graph was given and questions related to that were asked. 5) 20-25 questions: Another reasoning paragraph ………..A,B,C,D,E,F ordered vanilla,burger,pastry,strawberry…….they wear different color T-Shirts…..green,white,black,yellow…….and some more conditions based on their T-shirt color ..this was lengthy Para….sorry I don’t remember….. 6) 25-30 questions : 6 statements were given and following that will b five choices of 3 sequences ,we need to pick up the right choice (logical order). Verbal Section: 1) 1-5 & 6-10 questions –two reading comprehension passages.(the passage was one and half page long). 2) 11-20 questions-Find the right option from the choices given below. 3) 21-30 questions-Underlined word has to be replaced by an appropriate line in the sentence well. 4) 31-40 questions-Inferences from the passages(para is about 3 to 4 lines). Refer verbal and non verbal reasoning by R.S.Agarwal St. Michaels Acadamey at Chennai on 12th Nov. 2006. PATTERN CHANGED….30 min, 45 questions for a Logical test 1) In a town, there are hindus, muslims, christians, jains and sikhs….hindus was 1 more than jains. Jains and seakhs were 1/2 more than muslims, christian, hindus & jains…….Like this 4 or 5 statements were given to form a paragraph….Questions were based on the paragraph where in you need to calculate the no. and % of each…..4 choices were given for each question asked….. 2) Some figures were drawn (like 5 continuous ones)…..then 5 choices were given to find out what is next in the series….Some 5 or 6 questions were given of this type…. 3) For each question there are 2 statements like: a) x and 63 has an LCM of ….(number was given there) b) x and (some number-given there) has an HCF of (number given there) and you need to choose from choices as below: a) any one of the statements is enough to find x b) both statements are required to find x c) data is not sufficient Based on this there were 5 or 6 questions… 4)There were 2 graphs drawn, one was a bar graph and the other had dots to show the use of petroleum….Based on this 5 or 6 questions were asked….But you get confused here as if you have not practised this then you will not know which graph to look at and answer the questions…. 5) p,q,r,s,t have qualifications as a,b,c,d,e (not in the same order) are not doctors. 2 are male and 3 female. v,w,x,y,z are doctors and have degrees as j,k,l,m,n (not in the same order). Some more things were given to wich you can easily find out what qualification does p,q,r,s,t have….to find this is very easy….then there are statements where p is a friend of the doctor who has qulification l….doctor w does not have a qulification m and some more statements….but to do this question you need practice and time as finding the degree of the doctors is difficult…the statements were confusing……Based on this there were 5 questions….with choices…. 6) Some statements were given like: a)All photographers are farmers b)Ram is a farmer c)Some photographers are farmers d)…….statements given there e)…….statemets given thers 1) ABE 2) BDE 3) AED 4)DEA