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MOCK BirlaSoft PAPER – Downloadable – PDF Format 
Section 1: Aptitude (20 questions in 20 minutes) 
 
1. There are total of 15 people. 7 speak French, 8 speak Spanish and 3 do not speak any language. 
What fraction of the total people speaks both languages? 
 1] 1/6 2] 1/5 3] 1/3 4] 1/7 
 
2. A jogger wants to save 1/4
th 
of his jogging time. He should increase his speed by how much %age. 
1] 25% 2] 36.95% 3] 33.33 % 4] 43.73% 
 
3. A is an integer. Dividing 89 & 125 by A gives remainders 4 & 6 respectively. Find A 
 1] 17 2] 19 3] 11 4] 9 
 
4. A batsman makes a score of 270 runs in the 87
th
 inning and thus increases his average by a 
certain number of runs that is a whole number. Find the possible values of the new average.  
 1] 98 2] 184 3] 12 4] All of these  
 
5. A few soldiers form a square. Initially 32 soldiers were left behind and they can still form a square. 
Then 8 left again, after which they could not form a square. Total no. of soldiers at the beginning 
were: 
 1] 100 2] 81 3] 49 4] 67 
 
 Directions for Questions 6 to 10: Read the following information carefully & answer the questions 
given below: 
i. A, B, C, D and E are five friends. 
ii. B is elder to E, but not as tall as C 
iii. C is younger to A, and is taller to D and E. 
iv. A is taller to D, but younger to E. 
v. D is elder to A but is shortest in the group. 
 
6. Who among the following is the eldest? 
 1] A 2] B  
 3] C 4] None of these 
 
7. Which of the following pairs of students is elder to D? 
 1] BA 2] BC  
 3] BE 4] None of these 
 
8. Which of the following statements is correct about B? 
 i. B is not the tallest. 
 ii. B is shorter to E. 
 iii. When they are asked to stand in ascending order with respect to their heights, B is in the 
middle. 
 1] Only i is correct 2] Only i and ii are correct  
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TRINITi – Center for Learning 
 
MOCK BirlaSoft PAPER – Downloadable – PDF Format 
Section 1: Aptitude (20 questions in 20 minutes) 
 
1. There are total of 15 people. 7 speak French, 8 speak Spanish and 3 do not speak any language. 
What fraction of the total people speaks both languages? 
 1] 1/6 2] 1/5 3] 1/3 4] 1/7 
 
2. A jogger wants to save 1/4
th 
of his jogging time. He should increase his speed by how much %age. 
1] 25% 2] 36.95% 3] 33.33 % 4] 43.73% 
 
3. A is an integer. Dividing 89 & 125 by A gives remainders 4 & 6 respectively. Find A 
 1] 17 2] 19 3] 11 4] 9 
 
4. A batsman makes a score of 270 runs in the 87
th
 inning and thus increases his average by a 
certain number of runs that is a whole number. Find the possible values of the new average.  
 1] 98 2] 184 3] 12 4] All of these  
 
5. A few soldiers form a square. Initially 32 soldiers were left behind and they can still form a square. 
Then 8 left again, after which they could not form a square. Total no. of soldiers at the beginning 
were: 
 1] 100 2] 81 3] 49 4] 67 
 
 Directions for Questions 6 to 10: Read the following information carefully & answer the questions 
given below: 
i. A, B, C, D and E are five friends. 
ii. B is elder to E, but not as tall as C 
iii. C is younger to A, and is taller to D and E. 
iv. A is taller to D, but younger to E. 
v. D is elder to A but is shortest in the group. 
 
6. Who among the following is the eldest? 
 1] A 2] B  
 3] C 4] None of these 
 
7. Which of the following pairs of students is elder to D? 
 1] BA 2] BC  
 3] BE 4] None of these 
 
8. Which of the following statements is correct about B? 
 i. B is not the tallest. 
 ii. B is shorter to E. 
 iii. When they are asked to stand in ascending order with respect to their heights, B is in the 
middle. 
 1] Only i is correct 2] Only i and ii are correct  
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 3] All are correct 4] None of these 
 
 
9. If F, another friend, is taller than C, how many of them will be between F and E according to their 
height? 
 1] One 2] Two  
 3] Three 4] None of these 
 
10. If a person is to be selected among them, who is both older and taller, who among these should 
be chosen? 
 1] A 2] B  
 3] C 4] None of these 
 
11. 4, 23, 60, 121, ____ 
 1] 212 2] 221 3] 241 4] 242 
 
12. cx, fu, ir, ?, ol, ri 
 1] lo 2] mn 3] no 4] op 
 
13. eac, gce, ieg, ? 
 1] jhi 2] jgi 3] kgi 4] khi 
 
14. __ aaba __ bba __ bba __ abaa __ b 
 1] aabab 2] ababa 3] baaba 4] bbaba 
 
15. If book is called watch, watch is called bag, bag is called dictionary and dictionary is called 
window, what is used to carry the books? 
 1] Dictionary 2] Bag 3] Book 4] Watch 
 
16. If ‘tee see pee’ means ‘Drink fruit juice’, ‘see kee lee’ means ‘Juice is sweet’ and ‘lee ree mee’ 
means ‘He is inteligent’, which word in that language means ‘sweet’? 
 1] see 2] kee 3] lee 4] pee 
 
17. If it is possible to make a meaningful word with the first, the third, the seventh and the ninth 
letters of word SEPARATION, which of the following will be the third letter of that word? If no 
such word can be made, give X as the answer and if more than one such word can be made, give 
M as the answer. 
 1] O 2] P 3] T 4] M 
 
18. How many triangles does the following figure have? 
 
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TRINITi – Center for Learning 
 
MOCK BirlaSoft PAPER – Downloadable – PDF Format 
Section 1: Aptitude (20 questions in 20 minutes) 
 
1. There are total of 15 people. 7 speak French, 8 speak Spanish and 3 do not speak any language. 
What fraction of the total people speaks both languages? 
 1] 1/6 2] 1/5 3] 1/3 4] 1/7 
 
2. A jogger wants to save 1/4
th 
of his jogging time. He should increase his speed by how much %age. 
1] 25% 2] 36.95% 3] 33.33 % 4] 43.73% 
 
3. A is an integer. Dividing 89 & 125 by A gives remainders 4 & 6 respectively. Find A 
 1] 17 2] 19 3] 11 4] 9 
 
4. A batsman makes a score of 270 runs in the 87
th
 inning and thus increases his average by a 
certain number of runs that is a whole number. Find the possible values of the new average.  
 1] 98 2] 184 3] 12 4] All of these  
 
5. A few soldiers form a square. Initially 32 soldiers were left behind and they can still form a square. 
Then 8 left again, after which they could not form a square. Total no. of soldiers at the beginning 
were: 
 1] 100 2] 81 3] 49 4] 67 
 
 Directions for Questions 6 to 10: Read the following information carefully & answer the questions 
given below: 
i. A, B, C, D and E are five friends. 
ii. B is elder to E, but not as tall as C 
iii. C is younger to A, and is taller to D and E. 
iv. A is taller to D, but younger to E. 
v. D is elder to A but is shortest in the group. 
 
6. Who among the following is the eldest? 
 1] A 2] B  
 3] C 4] None of these 
 
7. Which of the following pairs of students is elder to D? 
 1] BA 2] BC  
 3] BE 4] None of these 
 
8. Which of the following statements is correct about B? 
 i. B is not the tallest. 
 ii. B is shorter to E. 
 iii. When they are asked to stand in ascending order with respect to their heights, B is in the 
middle. 
 1] Only i is correct 2] Only i and ii are correct  
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 3] All are correct 4] None of these 
 
 
9. If F, another friend, is taller than C, how many of them will be between F and E according to their 
height? 
 1] One 2] Two  
 3] Three 4] None of these 
 
10. If a person is to be selected among them, who is both older and taller, who among these should 
be chosen? 
 1] A 2] B  
 3] C 4] None of these 
 
11. 4, 23, 60, 121, ____ 
 1] 212 2] 221 3] 241 4] 242 
 
12. cx, fu, ir, ?, ol, ri 
 1] lo 2] mn 3] no 4] op 
 
13. eac, gce, ieg, ? 
 1] jhi 2] jgi 3] kgi 4] khi 
 
14. __ aaba __ bba __ bba __ abaa __ b 
 1] aabab 2] ababa 3] baaba 4] bbaba 
 
15. If book is called watch, watch is called bag, bag is called dictionary and dictionary is called 
window, what is used to carry the books? 
 1] Dictionary 2] Bag 3] Book 4] Watch 
 
16. If ‘tee see pee’ means ‘Drink fruit juice’, ‘see kee lee’ means ‘Juice is sweet’ and ‘lee ree mee’ 
means ‘He is inteligent’, which word in that language means ‘sweet’? 
 1] see 2] kee 3] lee 4] pee 
 
17. If it is possible to make a meaningful word with the first, the third, the seventh and the ninth 
letters of word SEPARATION, which of the following will be the third letter of that word? If no 
such word can be made, give X as the answer and if more than one such word can be made, give 
M as the answer. 
 1] O 2] P 3] T 4] M 
 
18. How many triangles does the following figure have? 
 
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 1] 36 2] 40 3] 44 4] 48 
 
19. Count the number of triangles in the following figure. 
  
 
 
 
 
 1] 8 2] 10 3] 11 4] 12 
 
20. How many rectangles does the following figure have? 
 
 
 
 
 
 1] 10 2] 12 3] 13 4] 14 
 
 
Section 2: Verbal Ability (15 questions in 20 minutes) 
 
 
Directions for Questions 21 to 24:  Correct the errors in the following sentences. 
 
21. The baby was obviously getting too hot, then Sam did what he could to cool her. 
 1] hot, then Sam did   2] hot, Sam did  
 3] hot, Sam, therefore, did   4] hot, Sam, trying to  do 
 
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TRINITi – Center for Learning 
 
MOCK BirlaSoft PAPER – Downloadable – PDF Format 
Section 1: Aptitude (20 questions in 20 minutes) 
 
1. There are total of 15 people. 7 speak French, 8 speak Spanish and 3 do not speak any language. 
What fraction of the total people speaks both languages? 
 1] 1/6 2] 1/5 3] 1/3 4] 1/7 
 
2. A jogger wants to save 1/4
th 
of his jogging time. He should increase his speed by how much %age. 
1] 25% 2] 36.95% 3] 33.33 % 4] 43.73% 
 
3. A is an integer. Dividing 89 & 125 by A gives remainders 4 & 6 respectively. Find A 
 1] 17 2] 19 3] 11 4] 9 
 
4. A batsman makes a score of 270 runs in the 87
th
 inning and thus increases his average by a 
certain number of runs that is a whole number. Find the possible values of the new average.  
 1] 98 2] 184 3] 12 4] All of these  
 
5. A few soldiers form a square. Initially 32 soldiers were left behind and they can still form a square. 
Then 8 left again, after which they could not form a square. Total no. of soldiers at the beginning 
were: 
 1] 100 2] 81 3] 49 4] 67 
 
 Directions for Questions 6 to 10: Read the following information carefully & answer the questions 
given below: 
i. A, B, C, D and E are five friends. 
ii. B is elder to E, but not as tall as C 
iii. C is younger to A, and is taller to D and E. 
iv. A is taller to D, but younger to E. 
v. D is elder to A but is shortest in the group. 
 
6. Who among the following is the eldest? 
 1] A 2] B  
 3] C 4] None of these 
 
7. Which of the following pairs of students is elder to D? 
 1] BA 2] BC  
 3] BE 4] None of these 
 
8. Which of the following statements is correct about B? 
 i. B is not the tallest. 
 ii. B is shorter to E. 
 iii. When they are asked to stand in ascending order with respect to their heights, B is in the 
middle. 
 1] Only i is correct 2] Only i and ii are correct  
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 3] All are correct 4] None of these 
 
 
9. If F, another friend, is taller than C, how many of them will be between F and E according to their 
height? 
 1] One 2] Two  
 3] Three 4] None of these 
 
10. If a person is to be selected among them, who is both older and taller, who among these should 
be chosen? 
 1] A 2] B  
 3] C 4] None of these 
 
11. 4, 23, 60, 121, ____ 
 1] 212 2] 221 3] 241 4] 242 
 
12. cx, fu, ir, ?, ol, ri 
 1] lo 2] mn 3] no 4] op 
 
13. eac, gce, ieg, ? 
 1] jhi 2] jgi 3] kgi 4] khi 
 
14. __ aaba __ bba __ bba __ abaa __ b 
 1] aabab 2] ababa 3] baaba 4] bbaba 
 
15. If book is called watch, watch is called bag, bag is called dictionary and dictionary is called 
window, what is used to carry the books? 
 1] Dictionary 2] Bag 3] Book 4] Watch 
 
16. If ‘tee see pee’ means ‘Drink fruit juice’, ‘see kee lee’ means ‘Juice is sweet’ and ‘lee ree mee’ 
means ‘He is inteligent’, which word in that language means ‘sweet’? 
 1] see 2] kee 3] lee 4] pee 
 
17. If it is possible to make a meaningful word with the first, the third, the seventh and the ninth 
letters of word SEPARATION, which of the following will be the third letter of that word? If no 
such word can be made, give X as the answer and if more than one such word can be made, give 
M as the answer. 
 1] O 2] P 3] T 4] M 
 
18. How many triangles does the following figure have? 
 
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 1] 36 2] 40 3] 44 4] 48 
 
19. Count the number of triangles in the following figure. 
  
 
 
 
 
 1] 8 2] 10 3] 11 4] 12 
 
20. How many rectangles does the following figure have? 
 
 
 
 
 
 1] 10 2] 12 3] 13 4] 14 
 
 
Section 2: Verbal Ability (15 questions in 20 minutes) 
 
 
Directions for Questions 21 to 24:  Correct the errors in the following sentences. 
 
21. The baby was obviously getting too hot, then Sam did what he could to cool her. 
 1] hot, then Sam did   2] hot, Sam did  
 3] hot, Sam, therefore, did   4] hot, Sam, trying to  do 
 
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22. She hoped to find a new job. One that would let her earn money during the school year. 
1] job. One that 2] job. The kind that  
 3] job, one that 4] job, so that it  
 
23. Knocked sideways, the statue looked as if it would fall. 
1] Knocked sideways, the statue looked  
 2] The statue was knocked sideways, looked 
3] The statue looked knocked sideways  
 4] The statue, looking knocked sideways,  
 
Directions for Questions 24 to 27: Read the arguments and answer the questions that follow. 
 
24. The education offered by junior colleges just after the Second world war had a tremendous 
practical effect on family-run businesses throughout the country. After learning new methods of 
marketing, finance & accounting, the sons & daughters of merchants returned home, often to 
increase or to maximise profits in other ways. Which of the following statements is best 
supported by the information above? 
 1] The junior colleges principally emphasised methods of increasing the size of small businesses. 
 2] The business methods taught in the junior colleges were already widespread before the 
second world war. 
 3] The business curriculam at junior colleges did not include theoretical principles of 
management. 
 4]  Without the influence of junior colleges, many family-run businesses would have been 
abandoned as unprofitable. 
 5] Business methods in many post war family-run businesses changed significantly as a result of 
the junior colleges. 
 
25. Techniques to increase productivity in the performance of discrete tasks, by requiring less human 
labour in each step of the production process, are widely utilised. Consultants on productivity 
enhancement point out, however, that although these techniques achieve their specific goal, they 
are not without drawbacks. They often instill enough resentment in the workforce eventually to 
lead to a slowdown in the process as a whole. 
     Which of the following can be reasonably inferred from the statements above? 
 1]  Productivity enhancement techniques do not attain their intended purpose and should not be 
employed in the workplace. 
 2]  The fact that productivity enhancement techniques are so widely employed has led to a 
decline in the ability of American businesses to compete abroad. 
 3]  If productivity enhancement consultants continue to utilise these techniques, complete work 
stoppages will eventually result. 
 4]  Ironically, an increase in the productivity of discrete tasks may result in a decrease in the 
productivity of the whole production process. 
 5]  Production managers are dissatisfied with the efforts that productivity enhancement 
consultants have made to increase productivity. 
 
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TRINITi – Center for Learning 
 
MOCK BirlaSoft PAPER – Downloadable – PDF Format 
Section 1: Aptitude (20 questions in 20 minutes) 
 
1. There are total of 15 people. 7 speak French, 8 speak Spanish and 3 do not speak any language. 
What fraction of the total people speaks both languages? 
 1] 1/6 2] 1/5 3] 1/3 4] 1/7 
 
2. A jogger wants to save 1/4
th 
of his jogging time. He should increase his speed by how much %age. 
1] 25% 2] 36.95% 3] 33.33 % 4] 43.73% 
 
3. A is an integer. Dividing 89 & 125 by A gives remainders 4 & 6 respectively. Find A 
 1] 17 2] 19 3] 11 4] 9 
 
4. A batsman makes a score of 270 runs in the 87
th
 inning and thus increases his average by a 
certain number of runs that is a whole number. Find the possible values of the new average.  
 1] 98 2] 184 3] 12 4] All of these  
 
5. A few soldiers form a square. Initially 32 soldiers were left behind and they can still form a square. 
Then 8 left again, after which they could not form a square. Total no. of soldiers at the beginning 
were: 
 1] 100 2] 81 3] 49 4] 67 
 
 Directions for Questions 6 to 10: Read the following information carefully & answer the questions 
given below: 
i. A, B, C, D and E are five friends. 
ii. B is elder to E, but not as tall as C 
iii. C is younger to A, and is taller to D and E. 
iv. A is taller to D, but younger to E. 
v. D is elder to A but is shortest in the group. 
 
6. Who among the following is the eldest? 
 1] A 2] B  
 3] C 4] None of these 
 
7. Which of the following pairs of students is elder to D? 
 1] BA 2] BC  
 3] BE 4] None of these 
 
8. Which of the following statements is correct about B? 
 i. B is not the tallest. 
 ii. B is shorter to E. 
 iii. When they are asked to stand in ascending order with respect to their heights, B is in the 
middle. 
 1] Only i is correct 2] Only i and ii are correct  
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 3] All are correct 4] None of these 
 
 
9. If F, another friend, is taller than C, how many of them will be between F and E according to their 
height? 
 1] One 2] Two  
 3] Three 4] None of these 
 
10. If a person is to be selected among them, who is both older and taller, who among these should 
be chosen? 
 1] A 2] B  
 3] C 4] None of these 
 
11. 4, 23, 60, 121, ____ 
 1] 212 2] 221 3] 241 4] 242 
 
12. cx, fu, ir, ?, ol, ri 
 1] lo 2] mn 3] no 4] op 
 
13. eac, gce, ieg, ? 
 1] jhi 2] jgi 3] kgi 4] khi 
 
14. __ aaba __ bba __ bba __ abaa __ b 
 1] aabab 2] ababa 3] baaba 4] bbaba 
 
15. If book is called watch, watch is called bag, bag is called dictionary and dictionary is called 
window, what is used to carry the books? 
 1] Dictionary 2] Bag 3] Book 4] Watch 
 
16. If ‘tee see pee’ means ‘Drink fruit juice’, ‘see kee lee’ means ‘Juice is sweet’ and ‘lee ree mee’ 
means ‘He is inteligent’, which word in that language means ‘sweet’? 
 1] see 2] kee 3] lee 4] pee 
 
17. If it is possible to make a meaningful word with the first, the third, the seventh and the ninth 
letters of word SEPARATION, which of the following will be the third letter of that word? If no 
such word can be made, give X as the answer and if more than one such word can be made, give 
M as the answer. 
 1] O 2] P 3] T 4] M 
 
18. How many triangles does the following figure have? 
 
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 1] 36 2] 40 3] 44 4] 48 
 
19. Count the number of triangles in the following figure. 
  
 
 
 
 
 1] 8 2] 10 3] 11 4] 12 
 
20. How many rectangles does the following figure have? 
 
 
 
 
 
 1] 10 2] 12 3] 13 4] 14 
 
 
Section 2: Verbal Ability (15 questions in 20 minutes) 
 
 
Directions for Questions 21 to 24:  Correct the errors in the following sentences. 
 
21. The baby was obviously getting too hot, then Sam did what he could to cool her. 
 1] hot, then Sam did   2] hot, Sam did  
 3] hot, Sam, therefore, did   4] hot, Sam, trying to  do 
 
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22. She hoped to find a new job. One that would let her earn money during the school year. 
1] job. One that 2] job. The kind that  
 3] job, one that 4] job, so that it  
 
23. Knocked sideways, the statue looked as if it would fall. 
1] Knocked sideways, the statue looked  
 2] The statue was knocked sideways, looked 
3] The statue looked knocked sideways  
 4] The statue, looking knocked sideways,  
 
Directions for Questions 24 to 27: Read the arguments and answer the questions that follow. 
 
24. The education offered by junior colleges just after the Second world war had a tremendous 
practical effect on family-run businesses throughout the country. After learning new methods of 
marketing, finance & accounting, the sons & daughters of merchants returned home, often to 
increase or to maximise profits in other ways. Which of the following statements is best 
supported by the information above? 
 1] The junior colleges principally emphasised methods of increasing the size of small businesses. 
 2] The business methods taught in the junior colleges were already widespread before the 
second world war. 
 3] The business curriculam at junior colleges did not include theoretical principles of 
management. 
 4]  Without the influence of junior colleges, many family-run businesses would have been 
abandoned as unprofitable. 
 5] Business methods in many post war family-run businesses changed significantly as a result of 
the junior colleges. 
 
25. Techniques to increase productivity in the performance of discrete tasks, by requiring less human 
labour in each step of the production process, are widely utilised. Consultants on productivity 
enhancement point out, however, that although these techniques achieve their specific goal, they 
are not without drawbacks. They often instill enough resentment in the workforce eventually to 
lead to a slowdown in the process as a whole. 
     Which of the following can be reasonably inferred from the statements above? 
 1]  Productivity enhancement techniques do not attain their intended purpose and should not be 
employed in the workplace. 
 2]  The fact that productivity enhancement techniques are so widely employed has led to a 
decline in the ability of American businesses to compete abroad. 
 3]  If productivity enhancement consultants continue to utilise these techniques, complete work 
stoppages will eventually result. 
 4]  Ironically, an increase in the productivity of discrete tasks may result in a decrease in the 
productivity of the whole production process. 
 5]  Production managers are dissatisfied with the efforts that productivity enhancement 
consultants have made to increase productivity. 
 
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26. Time and again it has been shown that students who attend colleges with low faculty/student 
ratios get the most well-rounded education. As a result, when my children are ready for college, 
I’ll be sure they attend a school with a very small student population. 
 Which of the following, if true, identifies the greatest flaw in the reasoning above? 
 1]  A low faculty/student ratio is the effect of a well-rounded education, not its source. 
 2]  Intelligence should be considered the result of childhood environment, not advanced 
education. 
 3]  A very small student population does not, by itself, ensure a low faculty/student ratio. 
 4]  Parental desires and preferences rarely determine a child’s choice of a college or university. 
 5]  Students must take advantage of the low faculty/student ratio by intentionally choosing small 
classes. 
 
27. The increase in the number of newspaper articles exposed as fabrication serves to bolster the 
contention that publishers are more interested in boosting circulation than in printing the truth. 
Even minor publications have staffs to check such obvious fraud. 
 The argument above assumes that 
 1] Newspaper stories exposed as fabrications are a recent phenomenon. 
 2] Everything a newspaper prints must be factually verifiable. 
 3]  Fact checking is more comprehensive for minor publications than for major ones. 
 4] Only recently have newspapers admitted to publishing intentionally fraudulent stories. 
 5] The publishers of newspapers are the people who decide what to print in their newspapers. 
 
 Directions for Questions 28 to 31: Arrange the following sentences so that they form a coherent 
paragraph. 
 
28. A. Another part of the recent uptrend is due to the pass through from higher energy prices; this 
effect is likely to fade as energy inflation slows. 
 B. The moderate pickup in core CPI inflation in February is likely to be reversed. 
 C. Part of February’s rise is accounted for, by apparel prices, which rose by 0.8% m/m. 
 D. This rise appears to be due to the early introduction of higher priced spring and summer wear, 
and should be reversed next month 
 1] DBCA               2] BCDA              3] ACBD             4] CABD 
 
29. A. Increasingly, Americans seem to be getting intolerant of  “others.” 
       B. Following an emotionally charged debate, the Bill, which ensures that almost all Federal 
Government activities will have to be conducted in English, was passed by 259 to 169 votes.   
 C. Ignoring the diversity of America’s ethnic communities, cultures and languages, the US 
Congress recently voted English as the only language for conducting business in the House. 
          D.  This would mean an end to services such as Spanish or Chinese language voter instructions. 
 1] CBAD 2] CDBA 3] ACBD 4] ABCD  
 
30. A. All these issues seem insurmountable, but they are not.    
 B. If we take pride in our doyens of classical music, or in our authors and artists of international 
reputation, why can’t we bring ourselves to cultivate the same excellence in education and 
research, in Science and Technology? 
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