SSC CPO Mock Test (Eng Comp) 9


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QUESTION: 1

Find the antonym of DETRIMENTAL

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QUESTION: 2

Find the antonym of ACCELERATE

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QUESTION: 3

Find the Antonym of FLEXIBLE

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QUESTION: 4

Find the Antonym of PRESUMPTION

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QUESTION: 5

Find the antonym of CAPRICIOUS.

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QUESTION: 6

Fill in the blanks with appropriate word. 
Von Neumann and Moregenstern assume a decision framework in which all options are throughly considered, each option being independent of the others, with a numerical value derived for the utility of each possible outcome (these outcomes reflecting, in turn, all possible(combinations of choices). The decision is then made to maximize the expected utility.
___Bl___ such a model reflects major simplifications of the way decisions are made in the real world. Humans are not to process information as quickly and effectively as the model assumes they tend not to think ___B2___ as easily as the model calls for, they often deal with a particular option without really assessing its ___B3___ and when they do assess alternatives, they man be externally nebulous about their criteria of evaluation.

Q. Appropriate word at Bl is

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QUESTION: 7

Fill in the blanks with appropriate word. 
Von Neumann and Moregenstern assume a decision framework in which all options are throughly considered, each option being independent of the others, with a numerical value derived for the utility of each possible outcome (these outcomes reflecting, in turn, all possible(combinations of choices). The decision is then made to maximize the expected utility.
___Bl___ such a model reflects major simplifications of the way decisions are made in the real world. Humans are not to process information as quickly and effectively as the model assumes they tend not to think ___B2___ as easily as the model calls for, they often deal with a particular option without really assessing its ___B3___ and when they do assess alternatives, they man be externally nebulous about their criteria of evaluation.

Q. Appropriate word at B2 is

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QUESTION: 8

Fill in the blanks with appropriate word. 
Von Neumann and Moregenstern assume a decision framework in which all options are throughly considered, each option being independent of the others, with a numerical value derived for the utility of each possible outcome (these outcomes reflecting, in turn, all possible(combinations of choices). The decision is then made to maximize the expected utility.
___Bl___ such a model reflects major simplifications of the way decisions are made in the real world. Humans are not to process information as quickly and effectively as the model assumes they tend not to think ___B2___ as easily as the model calls for, they often deal with a particular option without really assessing its ___B3___ and when they do assess alternatives, they man be externally nebulous about their criteria of evaluation.

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QUESTION: 9

The existence of madras as creates feelings of rejection and revolt in many kinds. 'Terrorists' trained in some madrasas, predominantly in Pakistan (and some areas in India), have been responsible for violent attacks and ___B1___ anti-national ___B2___ respectively.
These madrasas admit children at a young age. Added to the curriculum in such madrasas is the concept of the 'mujahideen' or holy warrior. The students are ___B3___ to believe that their ___B4___ lies in indulging in a so-called 'jehad'. In this way, such madrasas ___B5___ a new kind of young men ready to kill, destroy and cause ___B6___.
Prophet Mohammad explained that supreme 'jehad' was against one's own self, against ego, selfishness and desires. Jehad does not mean militancy and destruction of innocent lives and property.
Islam is ___B7___ a religion of peace and justice, demanding that a Muslim must first internalise and practise these principles. The ___B8___ role of Islam is to create a ___B9___ society that ___B10___.

Q. Appropriate word at B1 is

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QUESTION: 10

The existence of madras as creates feelings of rejection and revolt in many kinds. 'Terrorists' trained in some madrasas, predominantly in Pakistan (and some areas in India), have been responsible for violent attacks and ___B1___ anti-national ___B2___ respectively.
These madrasas admit children at a young age. Added to the curriculum in such madrasas is the concept of the 'mujahideen' or holy warrior. The students are ___B3___ to believe that their ___B4___ lies in indulging in a so-called 'jehad'. In this way, such madrasas ___B5___ a new kind of young men ready to kill, destroy and cause ___B6___.
Prophet Mohammad explained that supreme 'jehad' was against one's own self, against ego, selfishness and desires. Jehad does not mean militancy and destruction of innocent lives and property.
Islam is ___B7___ a religion of peace and justice, demanding that a Muslim must first internalise and practise these principles. The ___B8___ role of Islam is to create a ___B9___ society that ___B10___.

Q. Appropriate word at B2 is

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QUESTION: 11

The existence of madras as creates feelings of rejection and revolt in many kinds. 'Terrorists' trained in some madrasas, predominantly in Pakistan (and some areas in India), have been responsible for violent attacks and ___B1___ anti-national ___B2___ respectively.
These madrasas admit children at a young age. Added to the curriculum in such madrasas is the concept of the 'mujahideen' or holy warrior. The students are ___B3___ to believe that their ___B4___ lies in indulging in a so-called 'jehad'. In this way, such madrasas ___B5___ a new kind of young men ready to kill, destroy and cause ___B6___.
Prophet Mohammad explained that supreme 'jehad' was against one's own self, against ego, selfishness and desires. Jehad does not mean militancy and destruction of innocent lives and property.
Islam is ___B7___ a religion of peace and justice, demanding that a Muslim must first internalise and practise these principles. The ___B8___ role of Islam is to create a ___B9___ society that ___B10___.

Q. Appropriate word at B3 is

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QUESTION: 12

The existence of madras as creates feelings of rejection and revolt in many kinds. 'Terrorists' trained in some madrasas, predominantly in Pakistan (and some areas in India), have been responsible for violent attacks and ___B1___ anti-national ___B2___ respectively.
These madrasas admit children at a young age. Added to the curriculum in such madrasas is the concept of the 'mujahideen' or holy warrior. The students are ___B3___ to believe that their ___B4___ lies in indulging in a so-called 'jehad'. In this way, such madrasas ___B5___ a new kind of young men ready to kill, destroy and cause ___B6___.
Prophet Mohammad explained that supreme 'jehad' was against one's own self, against ego, selfishness and desires. Jehad does not mean militancy and destruction of innocent lives and property.
Islam is ___B7___ a religion of peace and justice, demanding that a Muslim must first internalise and practise these principles. The ___B8___ role of Islam is to create a ___B9___ society that ___B10___.

Q. Appropriate word at B4 is

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QUESTION: 13

The existence of madras as creates feelings of rejection and revolt in many kinds. 'Terrorists' trained in some madrasas, predominantly in Pakistan (and some areas in India), have been responsible for violent attacks and ___B1___ anti-national ___B2___ respectively.
These madrasas admit children at a young age. Added to the curriculum in such madrasas is the concept of the 'mujahideen' or holy warrior. The students are ___B3___ to believe that their ___B4___ lies in indulging in a so-called 'jehad'. In this way, such madrasas ___B5___ a new kind of young men ready to kill, destroy and cause ___B6___.
Prophet Mohammad explained that supreme 'jehad' was against one's own self, against ego, selfishness and desires. Jehad does not mean militancy and destruction of innocent lives and property.
Islam is ___B7___ a religion of peace and justice, demanding that a Muslim must first internalise and practise these principles. The ___B8___ role of Islam is to create a ___B9___ society that ___B10___.

Q. Appropriate word at B5 is

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QUESTION: 14

The existence of madras as creates feelings of rejection and revolt in many kinds. 'Terrorists' trained in some madrasas, predominantly in Pakistan (and some areas in India), have been responsible for violent attacks and ___B1___ anti-national ___B2___ respectively.
These madrasas admit children at a young age. Added to the curriculum in such madrasas is the concept of the 'mujahideen' or holy warrior. The students are ___B3___ to believe that their ___B4___ lies in indulging in a so-called 'jehad'. In this way, such madrasas ___B5___ a new kind of young men ready to kill, destroy and cause ___B6___.
Prophet Mohammad explained that supreme 'jehad' was against one's own self, against ego, selfishness and desires. Jehad does not mean militancy and destruction of innocent lives and property.
Islam is ___B7___ a religion of peace and justice, demanding that a Muslim must first internalise and practise these principles. The ___B8___ role of Islam is to create a ___B9___ society that ___B10___.

Q. Appropriate word at B6 is

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QUESTION: 15

The existence of madras as creates feelings of rejection and revolt in many kinds. 'Terrorists' trained in some madrasas, predominantly in Pakistan (and some areas in India), have been responsible for violent attacks and ___B1___ anti-national ___B2___ respectively.
These madrasas admit children at a young age. Added to the curriculum in such madrasas is the concept of the 'mujahideen' or holy warrior. The students are ___B3___ to believe that their ___B4___ lies in indulging in a so-called 'jehad'. In this way, such madrasas ___B5___ a new kind of young men ready to kill, destroy and cause ___B6___.
Prophet Mohammad explained that supreme 'jehad' was against one's own self, against ego, selfishness and desires. Jehad does not mean militancy and destruction of innocent lives and property.
Islam is ___B7___ a religion of peace and justice, demanding that a Muslim must first internalise and practise these principles. The ___B8___ role of Islam is to create a ___B9___ society that ___B10___.

Q. Appropriate word at B7 is

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QUESTION: 16

Choose the correctly spelt word.

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QUESTION: 17

Choose the correctly spelt word.

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QUESTION: 18

Choose the correctly spelt word.

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QUESTION: 19

Choose the correctly spelt word.

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QUESTION: 20

Choose the correctly spelt word.

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QUESTION: 21

Fill in the blank with appropriate word. 
The Neolatonists' conception of a deity, in which perfection was measured by abundant fecundity, was contradicted by that of the Aristotelians, in which perfection was displayed in the ...... of creation.

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QUESTION: 22

 Fill in the blank with appropriate word. 
After reaching New York, Ramakant will have to.....himself to the new surroundings.

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QUESTION: 23

Fill in the blank with appropriate word. 
History records seventeen incursions of Sultan Mahmood .......... India.

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QUESTION: 24

 Fill in the blank with appropriate word. 
However, a large number of employees kept ........... from their offices today.

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QUESTION: 25

Fill in the blank with appropriate word. 
..........an accident, the train will arrive in time.

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QUESTION: 26

Out of the given alternatives, choose the one which can be substituted for the given capitalised word.

Q. Harassed by repeated acts of injustice, he decided to PUT HIS FOOT DOWN.

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QUESTION: 27

Out of the given alternatives, choose the one which can be substituted for the given capitalised word.

Q. The popularity of the yesteryear's superstar is ON THE WANE.

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QUESTION: 28

Out of the given alternatives, choose the one which can be substituted for the given capitalised word.

Q. He has MADE HIS MARK in politics.

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QUESTION: 29

Out of the given alternatives, choose the one which can be substituted for the given capitalised word.

Q. At christmas, even the elderly fathers PAINT THE TOWN RED.

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QUESTION: 30

Out of the given alternatives, choose the one which can be substituted for the given capitalised word.

Q. The members of the group were AT ODDS over the selection procedure.

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QUESTION: 31

Choose the one which can be substituted for the given words/sentences
A person interested in collecting studying and selling of old things.

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QUESTION: 32

Choose the one which can be substituted for the given words/sentences
An actor who plays humorous parts

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QUESTION: 33

Choose the one which can be substituted for the given words/sentences : 
One who can use either of his hands with ease

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QUESTION: 34

Choose the one which can be substituted for the given words/sentences : 
Place where birds are kept

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QUESTION: 35

Choose the one which can be substituted for the given words/sentences : 
One who uses fear as a weapon of power

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QUESTION: 36

Improve the sentence by choosing best alternative for capitalised part of the sentence.

Q. Shakespeare lived FOR the reigns of Elizabeth-I and James-I.

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QUESTION: 37

Improve the sentence by choosing best alternative for capitalised part of the sentence.

Q. The teacher asked the intruder WHO WAS HE AND WHY WAS HE occupying his chair.

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QUESTION: 38

Improve the sentence by choosing best alternative for capitalised part of the sentence.

Q. Bad habits must be NIPPED AT THE BUD.

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QUESTION: 39

Improve the sentence by choosing best alternative for capitalised part of the sentence.

Q. Old habits DIE HARDLY.

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QUESTION: 40

Improve the sentence by choosing best alternative for capitalised part of the sentence.

Q. No one NEEDS TO WORRY about me.

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QUESTION: 41

Spot the error.

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QUESTION: 42

Spot the error.

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QUESTION: 43

Spot the error.

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QUESTION: 44

Spot the error.

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QUESTION: 45

Spot the error.

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The correct statement is 'and sat beside me'

QUESTION: 46

Find the synonym of SPRIGHTLY

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QUESTION: 47

Find the synonym of YONDER

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QUESTION: 48

Find the synonym of PROFOUND

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QUESTION: 49

Find the Synonym of LANGUISHING

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QUESTION: 50

Find the synonym of MAIDEN

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