IBPS Clerk 2020 Prelims Memory Based Questions PDF (12 December), Download Now

By Sheetal Goyal|Updated : December 12th, 2020

IBPS Clerk Prelims Memory Based Questions, 12th December 2020, All Shifts: The second day of IBPS Clerk prelims exam is over now. Now that all the shifts of IBPS Clerk Exam Day 2 have been concluded all the candidates who are going to appear in the upcoming banking exam must be waiting for the IBPS Clerk Prelims Memory Based PDF. Your wait is over as, in this article, we are sharing the IBPS Clerk Prelims memory based questions PDF of all the shifts of 12th December.

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In this article, we are giving you PDF of memory-based questions of IBPS Clerk Prelims 2020 Exam. These questions are based on the feedback and questions shared by the aspirants who appeared in the IBPS Clerk exam held on 12th December 2020.

This memory-based questions PDF will help students who are going to appear in the upcoming banking Exams. Download Free Memory-based questions asked in today's exam, all shifts. These will help you prioritize a well-defined strategy for you.

Reasons to practice from Memory based Questions

• Gives you actual insight into the exam.
• Helps you prepare according to the difficulty level, and types of questions asked.
• Tells you about the latest trend and changes introduced.
• Questions may be repeated with few changes in the upcoming shifts.
• Practising memory based questions will help you tackle with speed, accuracy and time management.

Direction (1-5): Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions.

Ten people are sitting in two parallel rows having five people each in such a way that there is equal distance between adjacent persons. In row-I, A, B, C, D and E are seated and all of them are facing north. In row-II, L, M, N, O and P  are seated and all of them are facing south but not necessarily in the same order. Therefore, in the given seating arrangement each member seated in a row faces another member of the other row.

M sits third to the left of L. O sits second to the right of M. The person facing O sits immediate left of C. Only one person sits between C and B. A is not an immediate neighbour of C. Only two people sit between A and D. Neither C nor A faces P.

1.Which of the following statements is true regarding B?

1. B faces one of the immediate neighbours of N.
2. C is an immediate neighbour of B.
3. D sits on the immediate left of B.
4. Only one person sits between E and B.
5. None of these

Ans. C

2.Who among the following is facing N?

1. C
2. E
3. A
4. B
5. None of these

Ans. A

3.What is the position of M with respect to P?

1. Third to the left
2. Second to the left
3. Immediate right
4. Immediate left
5. None of these

Ans. C

4.Four of the given five are alike in a certain way based on the given arrangement and hence, form a group. Which is the one that does not belong to that group?

1. B
2. A
3. E
4. L
5. P

Ans. C

5.Who amongst the following is facing E?

1. O
2. P
3. L
4. M
5. None of these

Ans. A

Direction: Study the following graph and table to answer the given questions:

In the below table chart, a number of visitors, who visited five gardens - A, B, C, D and E on a certain weekend and weekdays is given.

 Gardens A B C D E Weekdays 180 350 250 320 450 Weekend 300 400 450 550 600

Find the difference between the number of visitors to garden A and number of visitors to garden C together on weekdays and the number of visitors to garden B and number of visitors to garden D together on weekend.

1. 480
2. 560
3. 390
4. 520
5. 460

Find the ratio between the number of visitors to garden C on weekend and the number of visitors to garden A on weekdays.

1. 2 : 3
2. 5: 2
3. 1: 1
4. 2: 5
5. 5: 4

The number of visitors to the garden D on weekdays is how much per cent of the number of visitors to the garden B on weekend?

1. 60%
2. 65%
3. 70%
4. 75%
5. 80%

What will be the ratio of the sum of the number of visitors to garden B and the number of visitors to garden E on weekends to the sum of the number of visitors to garden A and the number of visitors to garden D on weekdays?

1. 1: 2
2. 5: 4
3. 4: 5
4. 2: 1
5. 2: 5

A total number of visitors, who visited garden E on weekdays and weekend together is how much per cent more than the number of visitors, who visited garden C on weekdays and weekend together?

1. 40%
2. 50%
3. 60%
4. 75%
5. 35%

Direction: In the following question, a sentence with four words printed in bold is given. These words are numbered as (1), (2), (3) and (4). One of these four words may either be misspelt or inappropriate in the context of the sentence. Find out the word(s) that is wrongly spelt or inappropriate and mark the relevant option as your answer. If all the words printed in bold are correct, mark option (E), i.e. ‘All are correct’, as the answer.

1.   Speaking in silence (1) is the most intimate (2) communication two beings (3) can acheive. (4)
1.  1
2.  2
3.  3
4.  4
5. All are correct

Solution: The error is in the spelling of ‘achieve’ which has been misspelt as ‘acheive’.

1.   The magician (1) made the rabbit (2) dissapear (3) with a wave of his wand. (4)
1.  1
2.  2
3.  3
4.  4
5. All are correct

Solution: The error is in the spelling of ‘disappear’ which has been misspelt as ‘dissapear’.

1. The union (1) scored a triumfh (2) in negotiating (3) a minimum wage within the industry. (4)
1. 1
2.    2
3. 3
4. 4
5. All are correct

Solution: The error is in the spelling of ‘triumph’ which has been misspelt as ‘triumfh’. So, the correct option is B.

1. A small percentage (1) reduction in the cost of materials (2) would mean a significant (3) increase in prophit. (4)
1. 1
2. 2
3. 3
4. 4
5. All are correct

Solution: The error is in the spelling of ‘profit’ which has been misspelt as ‘prophit’. So, the correct answer is option D.

1. In 1970, a federal (1) agency was created to coordinate (2) governmental action to protest (3) the environment. (4)
1. 1
2. 2
3. 3
4. 4
5. All are correct

Solution: The word ‘protect’ is a contextual misfit here. As we are talking about an agency that was created for a purpose, it cannot be to ‘protest’ the environment, but it can be to ‘protect’ the environment.

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