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IBPS Clerk Prelims Mini Mock: 24 November 2021

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Question 1

Directions: Rearrange the following six sentences (A), (B), (C), (D), (E) and (F) in a proper sequence to form a meaningful paragraph: then answer the questions that follow.
A) But it makes periodical estimation.
B) The uneven economic development of rural and urban areas combined with a large pool of surplus labour has pushed the large number of rural workforce to the cities.
C) It is significant to note that the share of rural areas in the NDP at factor cost has steeply declined from 62.35 percent in 1970-71 to 48.09 percent in 1999-00.
D) In India, the CSO does not compile rural and urban break up of GDP on an annual basis.
E) Data from NSS surveys show that the ratio of urban to rural per capita consumption increased from 1.62 in 1993-94 to 1.76 in 1999-00 and further to 1.91 in 2004-05.
F) Per capita consumption expenditure, an important indicator of human development, is also much lower in rural areas than urban areas.
Which of the following will be the First sentence?

Question 2

Directions: Rearrange the following six sentences (A), (B), (C), (D), (E) and (F) in a proper sequence to form a meaningful paragraph: then answer the questions that follow.
A) But it makes periodical estimation.
B) The uneven economic development of rural and urban areas combined with a large pool of surplus labour has pushed the large number of rural workforce to the cities.
C) It is significant to note that the share of rural areas in the NDP at factor cost has steeply declined from 62.35 percent in 1970-71 to 48.09 percent in 1999-00.
D) In India, the CSO does not compile rural and urban break up of GDP on an annual basis.
E) Data from NSS surveys show that the ratio of urban to rural per capita consumption increased from 1.62 in 1993-94 to 1.76 in 1999-00 and further to 1.91 in 2004-05.
F) Per capita consumption expenditure, an important indicator of human development, is also much lower in rural areas than urban areas.
Which of the following will be the Second sentence?

Question 3

Directions: Rearrange the following six sentences (A), (B), (C), (D), (E) and (F) in a proper sequence to form a meaningful paragraph: then answer the questions that follow.
A) But it makes periodical estimation.
B) The uneven economic development of rural and urban areas combined with a large pool of surplus labour has pushed the large number of rural workforce to the cities.
C) It is significant to note that the share of rural areas in the NDP at factor cost has steeply declined from 62.35 percent in 1970-71 to 48.09 percent in 1999-00.
D) In India, the CSO does not compile rural and urban break up of GDP on an annual basis.
E) Data from NSS surveys show that the ratio of urban to rural per capita consumption increased from 1.62 in 1993-94 to 1.76 in 1999-00 and further to 1.91 in 2004-05.
F) Per capita consumption expenditure, an important indicator of human development, is also much lower in rural areas than urban areas.
Which of the following will be the Fourth sentence?

Question 4

Direction: Study the pie-chart carefully to answer the questions. 

In the following pie-chart, the percentage of students studying in 6 different schools has been shown. Total number of students studying in 6 schools is 75000.

By what percent the number of students studying in school D is less than that of studying in school C?

Question 5

Direction: Study the pie-chart carefully to answer the questions. 

In the following pie-chart, the percentage of students studying in 6 different schools has been shown. Total number of students studying in 6 schools is 75000.

What is the ratio between the number of students studying in school B and E?

Question 6

Direction: Study the pie-chart carefully to answer the questions. 

In the following pie-chart, the percentage of students studying in 6 different schools has been shown. Total number of students studying in 6 schools is 75000.

What is the average number of students studying in schools B, D and E?

Question 7

Direction: Study the pie-chart carefully to answer the questions. 

In the following pie-chart, the percentage of students studying in 6 different schools has been shown. Total number of students studying in 6 schools is 75000.

What is the difference between the number of students of top three and bottom three schools when the number of students is concerned?

Question 8

Direction: What will come in place of the question mark (?) in the following question?
15 × 12 - ? = 15% of 240

Question 9

Direction: Answer the following questions based on the arrangement given below.

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If all the numbers are multiplied by itself, then what is the difference between the largest and the smallest number?

Question 10

Direction: Answer the following questions based on the arrangement given below.

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If all the vowels are dropped and consonant letters are increased by 1 value, then how many consonant letters will be changed to vowels?

Question 11

Direction: Answer the following questions based on the arrangement given below.

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If all the symbols from the above sequence is dropped, then find out how many numbers are there which are immediately preceded by vowels?
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