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Practice Mock Test for SNAP - 10 - Question 1

In a certain language, if the word CONTACT is coded as DMQPFWA and the word THOUGH is coded as UFRQLB, how is the word DANGLE coded in that language?

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Group Question

Answer the following question based on the information given below.

Seven people - A through G - are members of a family and are thus related to each other. Each one of these has taken up a different profession among - Engineer, Doctor, Teacher, Tennis player, Musician, Journalist and Accountant, - not necessarily in the same order. There are three couples in the family, one in the first generation and two in the second generation. It is known that

I. The Journalist is married to G whose father is the Engineer.

II. The Tennis player is the nephew of C.

III. F, the Teacher, is B’s paternal grandmother.

IV. A and B are of the same gender.

V. D, the brother-in-law of the Doctor, is married to the Accountant.

**Q. What is the profession of D?**

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Practice Mock Test for SNAP - 10 - Question 3

Seven people - A through G - are members of a family and are thus related to each other. Each one of these has taken up a different profession among - Engineer, Doctor, Teacher, Tennis player, Musician, Journalist and Accountant, - not necessarily in the same order. There are three couples in the family, one in the first generation and two in the second generation. It is known that

I. The Journalist is married to G whose father is the Engineer.

II. The Tennis player is the nephew of C.

III. F, the Teacher, is B’s paternal grandmother.

IV. A and B are of the same gender.

V. D, the brother-in-law of the Doctor, is married to the Accountant.

**Q. If C is a male and D is F’s son, then who is the engineer?**

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Practice Mock Test for SNAP - 10 - Question 4

Seven people - A through G - are members of a family and are thus related to each other. Each one of these has taken up a different profession among - Engineer, Doctor, Teacher, Tennis player, Musician, Journalist and Accountant, - not necessarily in the same order. There are three couples in the family, one in the first generation and two in the second generation. It is known that

I. The Journalist is married to G whose father is the Engineer.

II. The Tennis player is the nephew of C.

III. F, the Teacher, is B’s paternal grandmother.

IV. A and B are of the same gender.

V. D, the brother-in-law of the Doctor, is married to the Accountant.

**Q. Assuming the data given in the previous question, how is the Tennis player related to the Accountant ?**

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**Q. ne apple and six mangoes weigh as much as one banana. 3 apples and a banana weigh as much as 10 mangoes. The weight of how many mangoes would be the same as one banana?**

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Practice Mock Test for SNAP - 10 - Question 6

A is lost in a city which has roads in the form of a 7 x 6 grid as shown in the figure. He has to reach B who is at the diagonally opposite end of the city. All routes from one node to another are equidistant. In how many ways can he travel to meet B given that he takes the shortest path?

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Practice Mock Test for SNAP - 10 - Question 7

P says, “The house is not Red.”

Q says, “The house is either Green or Blue.”

R says, “The house is Green.

If at least one of P, Q and R is telling the truth and at least one of them is lying, what is the colour of the house?

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Group Question

Answer the following question based on the information given below.

Six children - Pran, Qadir, Ram, Suman, Teena and Uday - went to a stationary shop and bought two items each out of pencil, pen, eraser and sharpener. No child bought the same combination of items. The price of a pencil, pen, eraser and sharpener were Rs. 7, Rs. 12, Rs. 9 and Rs. 4 respectively. The total money spent by Pran, Ram, and Uday was Rs. 19, Rs. 16 and Rs. 16 respectively. Teena and Pran bought a common item. Qadir, Ram and Suman bought a common item. Teena spent less than Rs. 20

**Q. What amount (in Rs) was spent by Teena?**

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Practice Mock Test for SNAP - 10 - Question 10

Six children - Pran, Qadir, Ram, Suman, Teena and Uday - went to a stationary shop and bought two items each out of pencil, pen, eraser and sharpener. No child bought the same combination of items. The price of a pencil, pen, eraser and sharpener were Rs. 7, Rs. 12, Rs. 9 and Rs. 4 respectively. The total money spent by Pran, Ram, and Uday was Rs. 19, Rs. 16 and Rs. 16 respectively. Teena and Pran bought a common item. Qadir, Ram and Suman bought a common item. Teena spent less than Rs. 20

**Q. Which of the following items was definitely purchased by Suman?**

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Practice Mock Test for SNAP - 10 - Question 11

Six children - Pran, Qadir, Ram, Suman, Teena and Uday - went to a stationary shop and bought two items each out of pencil, pen, eraser and sharpener. No child bought the same combination of items. The price of a pencil, pen, eraser and sharpener were Rs. 7, Rs. 12, Rs. 9 and Rs. 4 respectively. The total money spent by Pran, Ram, and Uday was Rs. 19, Rs. 16 and Rs. 16 respectively. Teena and Pran bought a common item. Qadir, Ram and Suman bought a common item. Teena spent less than Rs. 20

**Q. Who among the following children did not buy a pencil?**

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Practice Mock Test for SNAP - 10 - Question 12

**Q. What amount was spent by Qadir?**

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Practice Mock Test for SNAP - 10 - Question 13

What is the angle made by the hands of the clock at 2.20 pm?

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Practice Mock Test for SNAP - 10 - Question 14

Ram goes to the temple on the first and third Tuesday of every month. On a particular day X in the month of September, Shyam said that Ram went to the temple six days ago and will go the temple again after eight days. If 1st September in that year was a Thursday, what was the date on day X?

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Practice Mock Test for SNAP - 10 - Question 15

Each question has three statements followed by three conclusions. Choose the option where the conclusion/s follow/s from at least two of the statements.

**Statements:**

i. Some square boxes are round figures.

ii. All round figures are spheres.

iii. No sphere is a cuboid.

**Conclusions:**

I. Some spheres are square boxes.

II. Some square boxes are not cub

III. No round figure is a cuboid.

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Practice Mock Test for SNAP - 10 - Question 16

Each number is related to the number next to it in a certain manner. Which pair, among the options, follows the same logic?

(3,15) (4, 24) (5, 35) (6, 48) (7, 63)

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Group Question

Answer the following question based on the information given below.

Seven friends - 3 boys and 4 girls - are sitting in a row on seats numbered 1 to 7 from left to right. The boys Mahesh and Rajesh insist on sitting together. No girl wants to sit next to Mahesh. Sonali wants to sit at the far comer. Niti will not sit next to Rajesh. Diana insists on sitting next to Sonali. Devika is on seat number 7 and Rajesh is on an odd number seat. Devesh is a boy.

**Q. Who is sitting on seat number 1?**

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Seven friends - 3 boys and 4 girls - are sitting in a row on seats numbered 1 to 7 from left to right. The boys Mahesh and Rajesh insist on sitting together. No girl wants to sit next to Mahesh. Sonali wants to sit at the far comer. Niti will not sit next to Rajesh. Diana insists on sitting next to Sonali. Devika is on seat number 7 and Rajesh is on an odd number seat. Devesh is a boy.

**Q. What is the seat number of Niti?**

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Seven friends - 3 boys and 4 girls - are sitting in a row on seats numbered 1 to 7 from left to right. The boys Mahesh and Rajesh insist on sitting together. No girl wants to sit next to Mahesh. Sonali wants to sit at the far comer. Niti will not sit next to Rajesh. Diana insists on sitting next to Sonali. Devika is on seat number 7 and Rajesh is on an odd number seat. Devesh is a boy.

**Q. Who is sitting to the immediate right of Diana?**

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**Q. Who are Devesh’s neighbours?**

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Practice Mock Test for SNAP - 10 - Question 21

**Q. If Niti changes her condition and now insists on sitting next to Rajesh and all other conditions remain the same, then what is Niti’s new seat number?**

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Practice Mock Test for SNAP - 10 - Question 22

Suresh starts from his house and walks 3 km to the north. He then turns to his right and walks for 15 km. He finally turns to his right and walks for another 11km. How far, and in which direction, is he w.r.t his house?

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Group Question

Answer the following question based on the information given below.

All the children in a society are asked about the game(s) they play and their responses are recorded. Each child in this society plays at least one game. The parallelogram represents Cricket, the circle represents Badminton, the trapezium represents Tennis and the triangle represents Football. The values written in the figure indicate the number of children who play that particular game.

**Q. How many Children were surveyed in all ?**

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All the children in a society are asked about the game(s) they play and their responses are recorded. Each child in this society plays at least one game. The parallelogram represents Cricket, the circle represents Badminton, the trapezium represents Tennis and the triangle represents Football. The values written in the figure indicate the number of children who play that particular game.

**Q. What is the ratio of children who play all four games to those who play exactly one game?**

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All the children in a society are asked about the game(s) they play and their responses are recorded. Each child in this society plays at least one game. The parallelogram represents Cricket, the circle represents Badminton, the trapezium represents Tennis and the triangle represents Football. The values written in the figure indicate the number of children who play that particular game.

**Q. How many children play Badminton but not Football?**

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Practice Mock Test for SNAP - 10 - Question 26

In a certain language, if “VENUS” is coded as 29, how is “PLUTO” coded in the same language?

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Group Question

Answer the following question based on the information given below.

When asked about the ages of her three children, Mrs. Itsee Bitsy said that Teenie is the youngest unless Beenie is, and that if Weenie isn't the youngest then Teenie is the oldest.

**Q. Who among the three children is neither the oldest not the youngest?**

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When asked about the ages of her three children, Mrs. Itsee Bitsy said that Teenie is the youngest unless Beenie is, and that if Weenie isn't the youngest then Teenie is the oldest.

**Q. Who among the following is the youngest?**

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Group Question

Answer the following question based on the information given below.

Two opposite sides of a cube are painted red. Two of the other opposite sides of the cube are painted green. The remaining sides are painted blue.

**Q. If the cube is subdivided into 216 smaller cubes, then how many smaller cubes will have its faces coloured with green and blue both, but not red?**

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Two opposite sides of a cube are painted red. Two of the other opposite sides of the cube are painted green. The remaining sides are painted blue.

**Q. If the cube is subdivided into 343 smaller cubes, then how many smaller cubes will have its faces coloured with both green and red, but not blue?**

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Practice Mock Test for SNAP - 10 - Question 31

Answer the question based on the information given in the passage.

An advertisement for a popular skin cream shows a group of young women using the cream and getting great career opportunities.

**Q. Which of the following arguments is an alogou s to the on e presented here?**

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Group Question

Answer the following question based on the information given below.

Six friends - A, B, C, D, E, F - got some marks in a Maths test. Their marks were 15, 20, 25, 30, 35 (in no specific order) such that exactly two people got the same marks. The sum of marks of B and C is equal to that of D and F. The sum of the marks of the persons who got equal marks is the same as the sum of marks of B and C together as well as sum of marks of D and F together. B got more marks than C, D got more marks than F and C got more marks than F.

**Q. How many marks does A score?**

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Practice Mock Test for SNAP - 10 - Question 33

Six friends - A, B, C, D, E, F - got some marks in a Maths test. Their marks were 15, 20, 25, 30, 35 (in no specific order) such that exactly two people got the same marks. The sum of marks of B and C is equal to that of D and F. The sum of the marks of the persons who got equal marks is the same as the sum of marks of B and C together as well as sum of marks of D and F together. B got more marks than C, D got more marks than F and C got more marks than F.

**Q. Who got the least marks?**

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Practice Mock Test for SNAP - 10 - Question 34

Complete the following number series 5, 5, 10, 20, 30, 90, 105, 420, ?

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Group Question

Answer the following question based on the information given below.

There are 8 players: A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H. A, B, C are batsmen, D and E are all rounders, F, G, H are bowlers. 2 teams are to be formed from among these 8 players with equal number of players on both sides. Each team should have atleast 1 all rounder, 1 batsman and 1 bowler and cannot have more than 2 batsmen or bowlers. Due to personal reasons the following players cannot be in the same team:

A and G

F and H

C and D

**Q. If ADB are together in one team, the other team can be **

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There are 8 players: A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H. A, B, C are batsmen, D and E are all rounders, F, G, H are bowlers. 2 teams are to be formed from among these 8 players with equal number of players on both sides. Each team should have atleast 1 all rounder, 1 batsman and 1 bowler and cannot have more than 2 batsmen or bowlers. Due to personal reasons the following players cannot be in the same team:

A and G

F and H

C and D

**Q. If the cost of the players (in lakhs) is estimated at A = 9, B = 8, C = 7, D = 6 and so on, what would be the value of the most expensive team?**

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If no vowels can be together in a team, the number of possible teams would be

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Practice Mock Test for SNAP - 10 - Question 40

If I and J are 2 more players who would be playing only for the same team such that each team would now have 5 members, how many combinations of teams can be made?

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Each of the questions below consists of a set of labelled sentences. These sentences, when properly sequenced, form a coherent paragraph. Choose the most logical order of sentences from the options.

A. Like by knowing gold all the gold ornaments could be known, by knowing Akshara, its another manifestation, the universe is known. This Upanishad expounds the greatness of Para Vidya.

B. Apara Vidya enables one to earn ones bread and helps one to understand each object of universe separately, but it does not show the Ultimate Reality (Akshara) or Root Cause of this universe.

C. The knowledge that leads to Self Realization is called Para Vidya and everything else is called Apara Vidya or Knowledge of Material world.

D. While Para Vidya doesn't teach objects of this universe but enables one to understand underlying fabric of it.

E. Mundaka Upanishad divides all knowledge into two categorie

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Fill in the blanks with the most appropriate word/set of words from the given options.

I can do that easily,___?

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Choose the correct option. Which is the correct idiom?

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Group Question

A passage is followed by questions pertaining to the passage. Read the passage and answer the questions. Choose the most appropriate answer.

Meteorological seasons are reckoned by temperature, with summer being the hottest quarter of the year and winter the coldest quarter of the year. Using this reckoning, the Roman calendar began the year and the spring season on the first of March, with each season occupying three months. In 1780 the Societas Meteorologica Palatina, an early international organization for meteorology, defined seasons as groupings of three whole months. Ever since, professional meteorologists all over the world have used this definition. So, in meteorology for the Northern hemisphere: spring begins on 1 March, summer on 1 June, autumn on 1 September, and winter on 1 December.

Ecologically speaking, a season is a period of the year in which only certain types of floral and animal events happen (e.g.: flowers bloom—spring; hedgehogs hibernate—winter). So, if we can observe a change in daily floral/animal events, the season is changing.

Traditional seasons are reckoned by insolation, with summer being the quarter of the year with the greatest insolation and winter the quarter with the least. In traditional reckoning, the seasons begin at the cross-quarter days. The solstices and equinoxes are the midpoints of these seasons.

In Australia, the traditional aboriginal people defined the seasons by what was happening to the plants, animals and weather around them. This led to each separate tribal group having different seasons, some with up to eight seasons each year. However, most modern Aboriginal Australians follow either four or six meteorological seasons, as do non-Aboriginal Australians.

In India, and in the Hindu calendar, there are six seasons or Ritu: Hemant (pre-winter), Shishira (Winter), Vasanta (Spring), Greeshma (Summer), Varsha (Rainy) and Sharad (Autumn).

**Q. In the context of this passage, which of the following options best describes the meaning of ‘insolation’?**

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Meteorological seasons are reckoned by temperature, with summer being the hottest quarter of the year and winter the coldest quarter of the year. Using this reckoning, the Roman calendar began the year and the spring season on the first of March, with each season occupying three months. In 1780 the Societas Meteorologica Palatina, an early international organization for meteorology, defined seasons as groupings of three whole months. Ever since, professional meteorologists all over the world have used this definition. So, in meteorology for the Northern hemisphere: spring begins on 1 March, summer on 1 June, autumn on 1 September, and winter on 1 December.

Ecologically speaking, a season is a period of the year in which only certain types of floral and animal events happen (e.g.: flowers bloom—spring; hedgehogs hibernate—winter). So, if we can observe a change in daily floral/animal events, the season is changing.

Traditional seasons are reckoned by insolation, with summer being the quarter of the year with the greatest insolation and winter the quarter with the least. In traditional reckoning, the seasons begin at the cross-quarter days. The solstices and equinoxes are the midpoints of these seasons.

In Australia, the traditional aboriginal people defined the seasons by what was happening to the plants, animals and weather around them. This led to each separate tribal group having different seasons, some with up to eight seasons each year. However, most modern Aboriginal Australians follow either four or six meteorological seasons, as do non-Aboriginal Australians.

In India, and in the Hindu calendar, there are six seasons or Ritu: Hemant (pre-winter), Shishira (Winter), Vasanta (Spring), Greeshma (Summer), Varsha (Rainy) and Sharad (Autumn).

**Q. In the context of this passage, which of the following options best describes the meaning of ‘reckon’?**

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Meteorological seasons are reckoned by temperature, with summer being the hottest quarter of the year and winter the coldest quarter of the year. Using this reckoning, the Roman calendar began the year and the spring season on the first of March, with each season occupying three months. In 1780 the Societas Meteorologica Palatina, an early international organization for meteorology, defined seasons as groupings of three whole months. Ever since, professional meteorologists all over the world have used this definition. So, in meteorology for the Northern hemisphere: spring begins on 1 March, summer on 1 June, autumn on 1 September, and winter on 1 December.

Ecologically speaking, a season is a period of the year in which only certain types of floral and animal events happen (e.g.: flowers bloom—spring; hedgehogs hibernate—winter). So, if we can observe a change in daily floral/animal events, the season is changing.

Traditional seasons are reckoned by insolation, with summer being the quarter of the year with the greatest insolation and winter the quarter with the least. In traditional reckoning, the seasons begin at the cross-quarter days. The solstices and equinoxes are the midpoints of these seasons.

In Australia, the traditional aboriginal people defined the seasons by what was happening to the plants, animals and weather around them. This led to each separate tribal group having different seasons, some with up to eight seasons each year. However, most modern Aboriginal Australians follow either four or six meteorological seasons, as do non-Aboriginal Australians.

In India, and in the Hindu calendar, there are six seasons or Ritu: Hemant (pre-winter), Shishira (Winter), Vasanta (Spring), Greeshma (Summer), Varsha (Rainy) and Sharad (Autumn).

**Q. Based on the passage, we can infer all the statements, except:**

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Ecologically speaking, a season is a period of the year in which only certain types of floral and animal events happen (e.g.: flowers bloom—spring; hedgehogs hibernate—winter). So, if we can observe a change in daily floral/animal events, the season is changing.

Traditional seasons are reckoned by insolation, with summer being the quarter of the year with the greatest insolation and winter the quarter with the least. In traditional reckoning, the seasons begin at the cross-quarter days. The solstices and equinoxes are the midpoints of these seasons.

In India, and in the Hindu calendar, there are six seasons or Ritu: Hemant (pre-winter), Shishira (Winter), Vasanta (Spring), Greeshma (Summer), Varsha (Rainy) and Sharad (Autumn).

**Q. According to the passage:**

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Select the odd man out from the given alternatives. Choose the option that does not belong with the rest:

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Select among the given choices the correct phrase to replace the underlined phrase in the following sentence.

In connection with the counting of whorl values to obtain the primary, it might be noted that "** because the whorls outnumber the other patterns high speed can be achieved"** by counting those patterns and subtracting rather than by adding the whorls.

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Select the word that is closest in meaning to the given phrase. Seeking and enjoying the company of others

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Fill in the blanks with the most appropriate word/set of words from the given options.

Because I was unwell, the farmer let me____there.

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Mark the option that has the correct spelling of the word.

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Practice Mock Test for SNAP - 10 - Question 53

Which punctuation mark is missing in each of the following sentences?

Laughing ecstatically Suna waved at Ria.

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Answer the following question based on the information given below.

Mark the odd man out.

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Practice Mock Test for SNAP - 10 - Question 55

Answer the following question based on the information given below.

Mark the erroneous part of the sentence.

Being from an orthodox middle class family. (1) it did not surprise me that (2) he chose to marrv the girl his parents had picked up for him (3) instead of his childhood sweetheart. (4)

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Practice Mock Test for SNAP - 10 - Question 56

Fill in the blank with the appropriate option

The stew came____a bed of spicy, hot noodles.

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Practice Mock Test for SNAP - 10 - Question 57

Identify the figure of speech in the following sentence:

Count Varian was well known for the good cellar he kept.

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Practice Mock Test for SNAP - 10 - Question 58

Arrange the jumbled sentences in order.

I can’t accept it as mere coincidence_____ me to at a young age.

A. the very thought patterns and ideas

B. my inaugural mentor introduced

C. two subjects that powerfully investigate

D. that I found my passion in philosophy and political science;

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Select the option that gives the correct meaning of the underlined word in the given sentences.

While talking to Rajat, I sensed a **" confluence"** in our thoughts.

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Practice Mock Test for SNAP - 10 - Question 60

Fill in the blanks with the most appropriate word/set of words from the given options.

His last will is a /an ______ evidence that he hated his grandchildren.

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Practice Mock Test for SNAP - 10 - Question 61

From the following words, identify the word that will make a relationship similar to the first pair.

Miner: Ore :: Lumberjack : ______

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Choose the grammatically correct option from the following

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Fill in the blanks with the correct simile.

As old as______

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Group Question

A passage is followed by questions pertaining to the passage. Read the passage and answer the questions. Choose the most appropriate answer.

Plutarch, a Theban by birth, once composed a "great collection of slanders" against Herodotus, titled On the Malignity of Herodotus, including the allegation that the historian was prejudiced against Thebes because the authorities there had denied him permission to set up a school. Dio Chrysostom similarly attributed prejudice against Corinth to the historian's bitterness over financial disappointments, an account supported by Marcellinus in his Life of Thucydides. In fact Herodotus was in the habit of seeking out information from empowered sources within communities, such as aristocrats and priests, and this also occurred at an international level, with Periclean Athens becoming his principal source of information about events in Greece. As a result, his reports about Greek events are often coloured by Athenian bias against rival states - Thebes and Corinth in particular. Thus the accounts given by Plutarch and Chrysostom may be regarded as 'pay-back'. Herodotus wrote his Histories in the Ionian dialect yet he was born in Halicarnassus, originally a Dorian settlement. According to the Suda (an 11th-century encyclopaedia of Byzantium which likely took its information from traditional accounts), Herodotus learned the Ionian dialect as a boy living on the island of Samos, whither he had fled with his family from the oppressions of Lygdamis, tyrant of Halicarnassus and grandson of Artemisia I of Caria. The Suda also informs us that Herodotus later returned home to lead the revolt that eventually overthrew the tyrant. However, thanks to recent discoveries of some inscriptions on Halicarnassus, dated to about that time, we now know that the Ionic dialect was used there even in official documents, so there was no need to assume like the Suda that he must have learned the dialect elsewhere. Moreover, the fact that the Suda is the only source we have for the heroic role played by Herodotus, as liberator of his birthplace, is itself a good reason to doubt such a romantic account.

It was conventional in Herodotus’ day for authors to 'publish' their works by reciting them at popular festivals. According to Lucian, Herodotus took his finished work straight from Asia Minor to the Olympic Games and read the entire Histories to the assembled spectators in one sitting, receiving rapturous applause at the end of it.. According to a very different account by an ancient grammarian, Herodotus refused to begin reading his work at the festival of Olympia until some clouds offered him a bit of shade, by which time however the assembly had dispersed - thus the proverbial expression "Herodotus and his shade". Herodotus’ recitation at Olympia was a favourite theme among ancient writers and there is another interesting variation on the story to be found in the Suda, Photius and Tzetzes, in which a young Thucydides happened to be in the assembly with his father and burst into tears during the recital, whereupon Herodotus observed prophetically to the boy's father: "Thy son's soul yearns for knowledge".

**Q. In the passage, ‘pay-back’ refers to**

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Plutarch, a Theban by birth, once composed a "great collection of slanders" against Herodotus, titled On the Malignity of Herodotus, including the allegation that the historian was prejudiced against Thebes because the authorities there had denied him permission to set up a school. Dio Chrysostom similarly attributed prejudice against Corinth to the historian's bitterness over financial disappointments, an account supported by Marcellinus in his Life of Thucydides. In fact Herodotus was in the habit of seeking out information from empowered sources within communities, such as aristocrats and priests, and this also occurred at an international level, with Periclean Athens becoming his principal source of information about events in Greece. As a result, his reports about Greek events are often coloured by Athenian bias against rival states - Thebes and Corinth in particular. Thus the accounts given by Plutarch and Chrysostom may be regarded as 'pay-back'. Herodotus wrote his Histories in the Ionian dialect yet he was born in Halicarnassus, originally a Dorian settlement. According to the Suda (an 11th-century encyclopaedia of Byzantium which likely took its information from traditional accounts), Herodotus learned the Ionian dialect as a boy living on the island of Samos, whither he had fled with his family from the oppressions of Lygdamis, tyrant of Halicarnassus and grandson of Artemisia I of Caria. The Suda also informs us that Herodotus later returned home to lead the revolt that eventually overthrew the tyrant. However, thanks to recent discoveries of some inscriptions on Halicarnassus, dated to about that time, we now know that the Ionic dialect was used there even in official documents, so there was no need to assume like the Suda that he must have learned the dialect elsewhere. Moreover, the fact that the Suda is the only source we have for the heroic role played by Herodotus, as liberator of his birthplace, is itself a good reason to doubt such a romantic account.

It was conventional in Herodotus’ day for authors to 'publish' their works by reciting them at popular festivals. According to Lucian, Herodotus took his finished work straight from Asia Minor to the Olympic Games and read the entire Histories to the assembled spectators in one sitting, receiving rapturous applause at the end of it.. According to a very different account by an ancient grammarian, Herodotus refused to begin reading his work at the festival of Olympia until some clouds offered him a bit of shade, by which time however the assembly had dispersed - thus the proverbial expression "Herodotus and his shade". Herodotus’ recitation at Olympia was a favourite theme among ancient writers and there is another interesting variation on the story to be found in the Suda, Photius and Tzetzes, in which a young Thucydides happened to be in the assembly with his father and burst into tears during the recital, whereupon Herodotus observed prophetically to the boy's father: "Thy son's soul yearns for knowledge".

**Q. Who is the ‘son’ in “Thy son's soul yearns for knowledge"**

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Plutarch, a Theban by birth, once composed a "great collection of slanders" against Herodotus, titled On the Malignity of Herodotus, including the allegation that the historian was prejudiced against Thebes because the authorities there had denied him permission to set up a school. Dio Chrysostom similarly attributed prejudice against Corinth to the historian's bitterness over financial disappointments, an account supported by Marcellinus in his Life of Thucydides. In fact Herodotus was in the habit of seeking out information from empowered sources within communities, such as aristocrats and priests, and this also occurred at an international level, with Periclean Athens becoming his principal source of information about events in Greece. As a result, his reports about Greek events are often coloured by Athenian bias against rival states - Thebes and Corinth in particular. Thus the accounts given by Plutarch and Chrysostom may be regarded as 'pay-back'. Herodotus wrote his Histories in the Ionian dialect yet he was born in Halicarnassus, originally a Dorian settlement. According to the Suda (an 11th-century encyclopaedia of Byzantium which likely took its information from traditional accounts), Herodotus learned the Ionian dialect as a boy living on the island of Samos, whither he had fled with his family from the oppressions of Lygdamis, tyrant of Halicarnassus and grandson of Artemisia I of Caria. The Suda also informs us that Herodotus later returned home to lead the revolt that eventually overthrew the tyrant. However, thanks to recent discoveries of some inscriptions on Halicarnassus, dated to about that time, we now know that the Ionic dialect was used there even in official documents, so there was no need to assume like the Suda that he must have learned the dialect elsewhere. Moreover, the fact that the Suda is the only source we have for the heroic role played by Herodotus, as liberator of his birthplace, is itself a good reason to doubt such a romantic account.

It was conventional in Herodotus’ day for authors to 'publish' their works by reciting them at popular festivals. According to Lucian, Herodotus took his finished work straight from Asia Minor to the Olympic Games and read the entire Histories to the assembled spectators in one sitting, receiving rapturous applause at the end of it.. According to a very different account by an ancient grammarian, Herodotus refused to begin reading his work at the festival of Olympia until some clouds offered him a bit of shade, by which time however the assembly had dispersed - thus the proverbial expression "Herodotus and his shade". Herodotus’ recitation at Olympia was a favourite theme among ancient writers and there is another interesting variation on the story to be found in the Suda, Photius and Tzetzes, in which a young Thucydides happened to be in the assembly with his father and burst into tears during the recital, whereupon Herodotus observed prophetically to the boy's father: "Thy son's soul yearns for knowledge".

**Q. According to the author, Herodotus learned the Ionian dialect in**

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The proverbial expression "Herodotus and his shade" most probably stands for

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In each of the following sentences, parts of the sentence are left blank. Beneath each sentence, different ways of completing the sentence are indicated. Choose the best alternative among them.

There is a sense of desperation and hopelessness _________.

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Select the odd man out from the given alternatives.

Precarious

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Answer the following question based on the information given below.

In which of the following sentences is the usage of the word ‘ride’ inappropriate?

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John was broad-minded in his tastes and in his interests. He sympathized with everyone around him. He could be called secular and liberal.

Which among the following options best describes John’s nature/approach?

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Fill in the blanks with the most appropriate word/set of words from gjven options.

_____is used before enumerating examples.

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Fill in the blanks with the correct word for the definition.

A / An _______ is a series o f dots th at usually indicates an intentional omission of a word, sentence or whole section from the original text being quoted.

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Practice Mock Test for SNAP - 10 - Question 78

Fill in the blank with the appropriate option,

_______ has ever climbed that mountain.

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Fill in the blank with the appropriate option.

Wild___hunting is banned in this country.

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Fill in the blank with the appropriate option.

We currently____that this will take place in early 2020.

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A student has one book each on ten subjects. If the Hindi book, Mathematics book and Science book are to be always kept together, how many arrangements of books are possible?

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The average of the number of students in three colleges S, T and U is 845. The number of students in college S and U is 75 and 81 more than the number of students in college T. Find the number of students in college T.

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The area of a cylinder varies jointly with the radius and the height. When the radius is 3 and the height is 6, the area is 367E. Find the area when the radius is 4 and the height is 5.

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A number written as “123ab” is divisible by 2, 3, 4 and 5. However, it is given that digits are not repeated. Which of the following is the number?

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In the figure given below, ABC and DEF are two identical right angled triangles that are right angled at B and E respectively.

**Q. If the area of the shaded region is one - seventeenth of the area of the entire figure, the ratio DC : AF = ?**

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A boat of length 4 m and breadth 1.5 m is floating on a lake. The boat sinks by 1.5 cm when a man gets on it. The mass of man is :

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Patel mixed two different varieties of rice, x andy. Patil mixed three different varieties of rice x, y and z in the percentage 60%, 24% and 16% respectively. I bought certain quantities of rice from Patel and Patil and mixed them so that the mixture contained 55%, 35% and 10% of x, y and z respectively. What is the ratio of quantity of rice that I bought from both Patel and Patil?

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A swimmer covers a distance of 400 m downstream in 10 minutes and takes 18 minutes for the same distance upstream. The actual speed of the swimmer (in meters/minute) in still water would be approximately

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A certain sum amounts to 5 times the principal in 40 years under Simple Interest.

Calculate the Rate of Interest per annum.

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Group Question

Answer the following question based on the information given below.

The scorecards of 150 students in a school are collected and analysed. The scorecards have scores for only three subjects viz. Science, Maths and English. For each of these subjects, the qualifying marks are 80% of the total. The number of students who got qualifying marks in all three subjects is half the number of students who have got qualifying marks in only English. The sum of the number of students getting qualifying marks in only Maths and only Science is equal to the number of students getting qualifying marks in both Science and Maths, but not English.35 students got qualifying marks in Science and English but not Maths while 20 students got qualifying marks in English and Maths but not Science. Each student qualified in atleast one subject. 100 students qualified in English.

**Q. If all the students getting qualifying marks in all three subjects are selected for a competition, how many students are selected for the competition?**

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The scorecards of 150 students in a school are collected and analysed. The scorecards have scores for only three subjects viz. Science, Maths and English. For each of these subjects, the qualifying marks are 80% of the total. The number of students who got qualifying marks in all three subjects is half the number of students who have got qualifying marks in only English. The sum of the number of students getting qualifying marks in only Maths and only Science is equal to the number of students getting qualifying marks in both Science and Maths, but not English.35 students got qualifying marks in Science and English but not Maths while 20 students got qualifying marks in English and Maths but not Science. Each student qualified in atleast one subject. 100 students qualified in English.

**Q. How many students got the qualifying marks in Science?**

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It costs Rs. a per bag to make the first hundred bags and Rs. b per bag to make subsequent bags. If the manufacturer produced c bags and c > 100, what is his manufacturing cost (in Rs.)?

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If Ramesh sold a laptop for an additional Rs. 200, he would have made 25% more profit than he actually made. If Ramesh’s original profit stood at 5%, then what is the cost of the laptop?

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The HCF of two numbers is 3 and their LCM is 105. If the difference between these two numbers is 6, what is the larger number?

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A flagstaff stands on the top of a 24 feet high tower. From a point on the ground, the angle of elevation of the top of the flagstaff is 45° and from the same point, the angle of elevation of the top of the tower is 30°. Find the height of the flagstaff.

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**A sum of money was invested at SI at a certain rate for 4.5 years. Had it been invested at a rate that was 6 percentage points higher, it would have fetched Rs. 216 more. What was the amount of money invested?**

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Each of the 15 students of a class are given cards with number written on it. These students stand one after the other such that numbers on their cards form an Arithmetic Progression. Sum of the numbers on the cards with the fourth and the twelfth child is 48. What is the sum of the numbers on cards of all the students?

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A quantity is increased by 20%. What percentage of this new quantity should be subtracted from it to make it equal to the original one?

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A number when divided by 85 leaves remainder 55, find the remainder when the number is divided by 17.

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The tanks 1, 2, 3 and 4 with unlimited capacities contain 300 litres of water each. There are three outlets from each tank to the other three tanks.

From tank 1, water flows at the rate of 20 litres per minute into each of the other three tanks. From tank 2, water flows at the rate of 25 litres per minute into each of the other three tanks. Similarly, water from tanks 3 and 4 flows at the rate of 15 litres per minute and 30 litres per minute into each of the other three tanks.

**Q. Which tank empties first and how much time it will take to get emptied?**

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The average of 10 numbers is 17. The first number is increased by 1, the second by 2 and so on such that the tenth number is increased by 10. What is the new average?

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Two cards are randomly chosen from a pack of 52 cards. What is the probability that one is a Jack and the other is black?

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Find the ratio of the volumes of three geometrical figures .

a. Sphere of radius r

b. Cone of height and radius equal to r

c. Cube of side length r

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What is the value of [log_{20}(10 log_{20} 400)]^{4} ?

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In B. Sc. Mathematics second year of Delhi University there are 8 papers. A student should pass at least 7 of 8 papers to be promoted to the third year. In how many ways can he/she fail to be promoted to the third year, if he/she attempts all the subjects?

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Two trains cross each other in 145 seconds when moving in the same direction. While running in opposite directions, they cross each other in 29 seconds. The length of the trains is 600 and 850 meters respectively. Find the speed of the slower train, (in km/hr)

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If the roots o f the equation x^{3} - ax^{2} + bx - c = 0 are in the ratio 1 : 5 : 6 and a = 12, find the value of b.

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a when increased by 25% becomes twice x. x is 20% less than b. Increasing c by 200% is equal to increasing b by 100%. Find the relation between a and c.

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Three numbers are in continued proportion. Their mean proportional is 15 and the sum of the other two numbers is 50. Which of the following are the numbers?

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India wants to have a success rate of 85% in the one day matches it plays this season. They have won 22 out of the 25 matches played so far. How many matches do they need to win out of the remaining 15 matches to achieve their targets?

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The time taken by 4 men to complete a piece of work is thrice the time taken by 6 women to complete 50 percent of the same work. If the time taken by 1 man to complete the whole work is 10 days, then find the time taken by 1 man and 3 women to complete 50 percent of the work.

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Tap A can fill a tank completely in 6 hours. Tap B can empty the same tank completely in 2 hours. Tap A was used to fill three-fourth of the empty tank. When this was achieved, Tap B was opened. What fraction of the tank will remain empty after another 2 hours?

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Group Question

Answer the following question based on the information given below.

The table below shows the marks obtained by seven students - A, B, C, D, E, F and G - in six different tests. The maximum marks that can be obtained in any test are 100.

**Q. In how many tests did A obtain more marks than F but less marks than D?**

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The table below shows the marks obtained by seven students - A, B, C, D, E, F and G - in six different tests. The maximum marks that can be obtained in any test are 100.

**Q. A student is better than the other student, if he/she has obtained more marks than the other student in at least three tests. B is better than how many other students?**

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The table below shows the marks obtained by seven students - A, B, C, D, E, F and G - in six different tests. The maximum marks that can be obtained in any test are 100.

**Q. In which test is the sum of marks obtained by all seven students the least?**

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**Q. How many students obtained at least 80% of the maximum marks in exactly two tests?**

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**Q. In which test have the maximum number of students obtained more than 75 marks?**

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**Q. Which student has scored the maximum marks in all the tests combined?**

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Who among the following recieved the Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna2016?

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Which movie won the best film award at 19th Shanghai International Film Festival?