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SBI Clerk Prelims Mini Mock: 9 June 2021

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Question 1

Directions: Rearrange the following six sentences A, B, C, D, E and F in the proper sequence to form a meaningful paragraph; then answer the questions given below them.

A. If China is the world’s factory, India has become the world’s outsourcing centre - keeping in line with this image.
B. But India’s future depends crucially on its ability to compete fully in the Creative Economy - not just in tech and software, but across design and entrepreneurship; arts, culture and entertainment; and the knowledge-based professions of medicine, finance and law.
C. While its creative assets outstrip those of other emerging competitors, India must address several challenges to increase its international competitiveness as the world is in the midst of a sweeping transformation.
D. This transformation is evident in the fact that the world is moving from an industrial economy to a Creative Economy that generates wealth by harnessing intellectual labour, intangible goods and human creative capabilities.
E. Its software industry is the world’s second-largest, its tech outsourcing accounts for more than half of the $300 billion global industry, according to a technology expert.
F. If the meeting of world leaders at Davos is any indication, India is rapidly becoming an economic ‘rock star’.
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Which of the following should be the SIXTH (LAST) sentence after the rearrangement?

Question 2

Directions: Rearrange the following six sentences A, B, C, D, E and F in the proper sequence to form a meaningful paragraph; then answer the questions given below them.

A. If China is the world’s factory, India has become the world’s outsourcing centre - keeping in line with this image.
B. But India’s future depends crucially on its ability to compete fully in the Creative Economy - not just in tech and software, but across design and entrepreneurship; arts, culture and entertainment; and the knowledge-based professions of medicine, finance and law.
C. While its creative assets outstrip those of other emerging competitors, India must address several challenges to increase its international competitiveness as the world is in the midst of a sweeping transformation.
D. This transformation is evident in the fact that the world is moving from an industrial economy to a Creative Economy that generates wealth by harnessing intellectual labour, intangible goods and human creative capabilities.
E. Its software industry is the world’s second-largest, its tech outsourcing accounts for more than half of the $300 billion global industry, according to a technology expert.
F. If the meeting of world leaders at Davos is any indication, India is rapidly becoming an economic ‘rock star’.
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Which of the following should be the THIRD sentence after the rearrangement?

Question 3

Directions: Rearrange the following six sentences A, B, C, D, E and F in the proper sequence to form a meaningful paragraph; then answer the questions given below them.

A. If China is the world’s factory, India has become the world’s outsourcing centre - keeping in line with this image.
B. But India’s future depends crucially on its ability to compete fully in the Creative Economy - not just in tech and software, but across design and entrepreneurship; arts, culture and entertainment; and the knowledge-based professions of medicine, finance and law.
C. While its creative assets outstrip those of other emerging competitors, India must address several challenges to increase its international competitiveness as the world is in the midst of a sweeping transformation.
D. This transformation is evident in the fact that the world is moving from an industrial economy to a Creative Economy that generates wealth by harnessing intellectual labour, intangible goods and human creative capabilities.
E. Its software industry is the world’s second-largest, its tech outsourcing accounts for more than half of the $300 billion global industry, according to a technology expert.
F. If the meeting of world leaders at Davos is any indication, India is rapidly becoming an economic ‘rock star’.
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Which of the following should be the FIFTH sentence after the rearrangement?

Question 4

Directions: Rearrange the following six sentences A, B, C, D, E and F in the proper sequence to form a meaningful paragraph; then answer the questions given below them.

A. If China is the world’s factory, India has become the world’s outsourcing centre - keeping in line with this image.
B. But India’s future depends crucially on its ability to compete fully in the Creative Economy - not just in tech and software, but across design and entrepreneurship; arts, culture and entertainment; and the knowledge-based professions of medicine, finance and law.
C. While its creative assets outstrip those of other emerging competitors, India must address several challenges to increase its international competitiveness as the world is in the midst of a sweeping transformation.
D. This transformation is evident in the fact that the world is moving from an industrial economy to a Creative Economy that generates wealth by harnessing intellectual labour, intangible goods and human creative capabilities.
E. Its software industry is the world’s second-largest, its tech outsourcing accounts for more than half of the $300 billion global industry, according to a technology expert.
F. If the meeting of world leaders at Davos is any indication, India is rapidly becoming an economic ‘rock star’.
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Which of the following should be the FIRST sentence after the rearrangement?

Question 5

Directions: Rearrange the following six sentences A, B, C, D, E and F in the proper sequence to form a meaningful paragraph; then answer the questions given below them.

A. If China is the world’s factory, India has become the world’s outsourcing centre - keeping in line with this image.
B. But India’s future depends crucially on its ability to compete fully in the Creative Economy - not just in tech and software, but across design and entrepreneurship; arts, culture and entertainment; and the knowledge-based professions of medicine, finance and law.
C. While its creative assets outstrip those of other emerging competitors, India must address several challenges to increase its international competitiveness as the world is in the midst of a sweeping transformation.
D. This transformation is evident in the fact that the world is moving from an industrial economy to a Creative Economy that generates wealth by harnessing intellectual labour, intangible goods and human creative capabilities.
E. Its software industry is the world’s second-largest, its tech outsourcing accounts for more than half of the $300 billion global industry, according to a technology expert.
F. If the meeting of world leaders at Davos is any indication, India is rapidly becoming an economic ‘rock star’.
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Which of the following should be the SECOND sentence after the rearrangement?

Question 6

Direction: In the following number series, a wrong number is given. Find out that wrong number.
1, 3, 7, 12, 21, 31

Question 7

Direction: What of the following number in the series is wrong?
720, 360, 240, 182, 144

Question 8

Direction: What of the following number in the series is wrong?
40 , 36 , 35 , 39, 50 , 69

Question 9

Direction: In the following number series, a wrong number is given. Find out that wrong number.
10, 91, 811, 6481, 45381

Question 10

Direction: Find the wrong term in the given series.
7, 13, 21, 33, 43, 57, 73

Question 11

Direction: Study the following data carefully and answer the questions accordingly.

There are fourteen people sitting in two rows parallel containing seven seats in each row. In row 1 – A, B, C, D, E, F and G are sitting, facing south and in row 2 – P, Q, R, S, T, U and V are sitting, facing north (but not necessarily in the same order). Three persons are sitting between D and the one, who is sitting opposite to U. Four persons are sitting between G and D. Three persons are sitting between B and A, which is sitting to the right of F. E and P are not sitting opposite to each other. The one, who is sitting opposite to G, sits three places away from T. Two persons are sitting between R and Q. F is not sitting opposite to R. F sits in the middle of the row. The one, who is sitting opposite to F, sits three places away from S. U sits four places away from S. The one, who is sitting opposite to T, sits two places away from C. V sits to the right of P.
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How many persons are sitting to the right of the one, who is sitting opposite to C?

Question 12

Direction: Study the following data carefully and answer the questions accordingly.

There are fourteen people sitting in two rows parallel containing seven seats in each row. In row 1 – A, B, C, D, E, F and G are sitting, facing south and in row 2 – P, Q, R, S, T, U and V are sitting, facing north (but not necessarily in the same order). Three persons are sitting between D and the one, who is sitting opposite to U. Four persons are sitting between G and D. Three persons are sitting between B and A, which is sitting to the right of F. E and P are not sitting opposite to each other. The one, who is sitting opposite to G, sits three places away from T. Two persons are sitting between R and Q. F is not sitting opposite to R. F sits in the middle of the row. The one, who is sitting opposite to F, sits three places away from S. U sits four places away from S. The one, who is sitting opposite to T, sits two places away from C. V sits to the right of P.
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Who among the following is sitting diagonally opposite to V?

Question 13

Direction: Study the following data carefully and answer the questions accordingly.

There are fourteen people sitting in two rows parallel containing seven seats in each row. In row 1 – A, B, C, D, E, F and G are sitting, facing south and in row 2 – P, Q, R, S, T, U and V are sitting, facing north (but not necessarily in the same order). Three persons are sitting between D and the one, who is sitting opposite to U. Four persons are sitting between G and D. Three persons are sitting between B and A, which is sitting to the right of F. E and P are not sitting opposite to each other. The one, who is sitting opposite to G, sits three places away from T. Two persons are sitting between R and Q. F is not sitting opposite to R. F sits in the middle of the row. The one, who is sitting opposite to F, sits three places away from S. U sits four places away from S. The one, who is sitting opposite to T, sits two places away from C. V sits to the right of P.
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If D is related to T and C is related to R then in the same way, which of the following is related to S?

Question 14

Direction: Study the following data carefully and answer the questions accordingly.

There are fourteen people sitting in two rows parallel containing seven seats in each row. In row 1 – A, B, C, D, E, F and G are sitting, facing south and in row 2 – P, Q, R, S, T, U and V are sitting, facing north (but not necessarily in the same order). Three persons are sitting between D and the one, who is sitting opposite to U. Four persons are sitting between G and D. Three persons are sitting between B and A, which is sitting to the right of F. E and P are not sitting opposite to each other. The one, who is sitting opposite to G, sits three places away from T. Two persons are sitting between R and Q. F is not sitting opposite to R. F sits in the middle of the row. The one, who is sitting opposite to F, sits three places away from S. U sits four places away from S. The one, who is sitting opposite to T, sits two places away from C. V sits to the right of P.
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Find the odd one.

Question 15

Direction: Study the following data carefully and answer the questions accordingly.
There are fourteen people sitting in two rows parallel containing seven seats in each row. In row 1 – A, B, C, D, E, F and G are sitting, facing south and in row 2 – P, Q, R, S, T, U and V are sitting, facing north (but not necessarily in the same order). Three persons are sitting between D and the one, who is sitting opposite to U. Four persons are sitting between G and D. Three persons are sitting between B and A, which is sitting to the right of F. E and P are not sitting opposite to each other. The one, who is sitting opposite to G, sits three places away from T. Two persons are sitting between R and Q. F is not sitting opposite to R. F sits in the middle of the row. The one, who is sitting opposite to F, sits three places away from S. U sits four places away from S. The one, who is sitting opposite to T, sits two places away from C. V sits to the right of P.
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If all the persons sitting in row 1 are arranged alphabetically from right to left then which of the following will be sitting opposite to Q?
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