27 May 2016

SBI Clerk Prelims 2016- Sectional Practice Test Based on Exam Pattern

SBI Clerk Prelims 2016- Sectional Practice Based on Exam Pattern Set-36:
Dear Readers, Here we have provide the sectional practice test for SBI Clerk Prelims 2016 which consist of questions from all the three section, candidates those who are preparing for the exam can make use of it.

QUANTITATIVE APTITUDE
Directions (1 – 5) Study the table carefully to answer the questions that follow
Number of Students Appeared (A) and Qualified (Q) in an Examination from Various Institutes Over the Years

 Institute Years 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 A Q A Q A Q A Q A Q B 1545 1240 1654 1566 1684 1500 1440 1165 1564 1462 C 1647 1106 1897 1689 1150 1278 1390 1072 1575 1388 D 1765 1567 1574 1024 1754 1210 1364 1145 1510 1214 E 1530 1234 1886 1542 1806 1586 1478 1388 1654 1296 F 1605 1356 2004 1930 1666 1498 1560 1389 1690 1480
1). Percentage of candidates qualified over appeared from Institute D is the lowest during which of the following years?
a)   2003
b)   2004
c)   2005
d)   2007
e)   None of these
2). Approximately what is the percentage of candidates qualified over appeared from all the institutes together in 2007?
a)   68
b)   55
c)   74
d)   92
e)   86
3). What is the difference between the number of students appeared but not qualified in the exam from institute B in the year 2004 and the number of students appeared but not qualified in the exam from the same institute in the year 2006?
a)   187
b)   88
c)   275
d)   373
e)   None of these
4). What is the approximate average number of candidates appeared for the exam from institute E over the years?
a)   1759
b)   1586
c)   1671
d)   1924
e)   1837
5). What is the percentage of the candidates qualified over the number of candidates appeared for the exam in the year 2005 from all institutes together?
a)   92·34
b)   73·47
c)   66·94
d)   83·59
e)   None of these
REASONING ABILITY
Directions (6 – 10): Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below:
A, M, D, P, R, T, Band H are sitting around a circle, facing the centre. M is third to the left of A, who is second to the left of T. D is second to the right of H, who is second to the right of T. R is second to the right of B, who is not an immediate neighbour of T.
6). Which of the following combinations represents the first and the second to the left of B respectively?
a)   MD
b)   DH
c)   AM
d)   AR
e)   DM
7). Who is third to the right of T?
a)   D
b)   B
c)   H
d)   M
e)   None of these
8). Who is to the immediate left of H?
a)   P
b)   M
c)   T
d)   R
9). Who is second to the left of B?
a)   D
b)   H
c)   M
e)   None of these
10). In which of the following combinations the third person is second to the left of the second person?
a)   BAR
b)   DBM
c)   TPH
d)   PMH
e)   None of these

ENGLISH LANGUAGE
Directions (11-15): In each question below four words which are numbered 1), 2), 3) and 4) have been printed in bold, of which one word may be wrongly spelt or inappropriate in the context of the sentence. The number of that word is the answer. If all the four words are correctly spelt, mark 5), ie “All Correct" as the answer.

11). Non-communicable a)/diseases b)/are a major c)/concerned d)/for people in this region All Correct e).

12). The industry is poised a)/for a quantum b)/jump as it has ventured into Indian markets which have excellent c)/growth opportunities d)/All Correct e).

13). The Government administration is required to undergo a)/a radicle b)/transformation c)/for better service orientation d)/. All Correct e).

14). The squwad a)/that was entrusted with the task of detection b)/of explosives and their neutralization c)/has completed the assignment d)/. All Correct e).

15). The equipments a)/used for surveillance b)/must be reliability c)/and of appropriate d)/ quality. All Correct e).

1)b   2)e   3)a   4)c   5)d   6)e   7)d   8)a   9)c  10)b  11)d   12)e   13)b   14)a   15)c

Solutions:
1). b) Year wise percentage of candidates qualified over appeared from institute D
2003 => 1567 x 100/1765 = 88.78%
2004 => 1024 x 100/1574 = 65.06%
2005 => 1210 x 100/1754 = 68.98%
2006 => 1145 x 100/1364 = 83.94%
2007 => 1214 x 100/1510 = 80.39%
Therefore, lowest percentage is in year 2004
2). e) Number of students appeared in examination from all institutes in 2007 = 1564 + 1575 + 1510 + 1654 + 1690 = 7793
Number of students qualified from all institutes in 2007 = 1462 + 1388 + 1214 + 1296 + 1480 = 6840
Required % of candidates = 6840 x 100/7993 = 85.57% = 86% (App.)
3). a) Number of students of institute B appeared but not qualified in 2004= 1654 – 1566 = 88
Number of students of institute B appeared but not qualified in 2006= 1440 – 1165 = 275
Required difference= 275 – 88 = 187
4). c) Number of candidates appeared for exam from institute E over the years= 1530 + 1886 + 1806 + 1478 + 1654= 8354
Required average= 8354/5 = 1670.8 = 1671 (App.)
5). d) Number of candidates from all institutes appeared for exam in the year 2005= 1684 + 1550 + 1754 + 1806 + 1666= 8460
Number of candidates from all institutes qualified for exam in the years 2005= 1500 + 1278 + 1210 + 1586 + 1498= 7072
Required % of the candidates= 7072 x 100/8460 = 83.59%
(6– 10): Pictorial representation is as follows:

6). e)
7). d)
8). a)
9). c)
10). b)
11). d)  Concern
12). e)