1.The average speed of a bus is 5/2 times the average speed of a tractor. The tractor travels 336 km in 21 hours. How much distance will the bus travel in 12 hours?
(a) 380 km
(b) 440 km
(c) 360 km
(d) 480 km
2.The average speed of a car is 7/3  times the average speed of a bus. The bus travels a distance of 408 km in 17 hours. How much distance will the car travel in 8 hours?
(a) 486 km
(b) 476 km
(c) 448 km
(d) 468 km

3.A tourist bus covers a distance of 522 km in 11 hours at a speed of 58 km/h. It halted at a tourist place in the middle of the journey, for how much time did it halt?
(a) 30 min
(b) 1 hour
(c) 1 hour 30 min
(d) 2 hour

4.The ratio of the speed of a train and a car is 16 : 15. Also a bus travelled a distance of 480 km in 8 hours. The speed of the bus is three-fourth the speed of the train. How much distance will the car travel in 8 hours?
(a) 450 km
(b) 480 km
(c) 360 km
(d) 600 km

5.A person crosses a stationary train in 12 min. The same train crosses the man in 54 sec. What is the respective ratio between the speed of the train and the man?
(a) 40 : 7
(b) 400 : 3
(c) 40 : 3
(d) Cannot be determined

6.India sucessfully overpower "the Last straw" of terrorism.
A.The final problem in a series of problems.
B.First problem
C.complete problem
D.None of the above.

7.Doctors knowledge about history of india is only "a drop in the ocean".
A.Vast knowledge.
B.Good knowledge.
C.Very insignificant amount.
D.Zero knowledge.

8.He has a bad habbit of "calling names".
A.To praise.
B.To abuse.
C.To call someone.
D.To be frank.

9.For the exam he "burn the midnight oil".
A.Work hard.
B.Burn lamp.
C.Work easily.
D.Good result.

10.Jury members "see eye to eye" over the dicision.
A.Dispute over something.
C.Agree on something
D.Avoid something.

11.How many schedules the Constitution of India contains ?
(A) 9
(B) 10
(C) 11
(D) 12

12. The Constitution of India was adopted in—
(A) 26 January, 1950
(B) 26 January, 1949
(C) 26 November, 1949
(D) 31 December, 1949

13.In a nuclear reactor, one of the following is used as a fuel—
(A) Coal
(B) Uranium
(D) Diesel

14.The first muslim ruler to introduce the system of price control was—
(A) Balban
(B) Jalaluddin Khalji
(D) Alauddin Khalji

15.Tansen, a great musician, was in the court of—
(A) Akbar
(C) Rana Kumbha
(D) Krishna Deva Rai

‘A – B’ means ‘A is father of B’
‘A + B’ means ‘A is daughter of B’
‘A ÷ B’ means ‘A is son of B’
‘A × B’ means ‘A is wife of B’

16.Which of the following means P is grandson of S ?
A. P + Q – S
B. P ÷ Q × S
C. P ÷ Q + S
D. P × Q ÷ S
E. None of these

17.How is P related to T in the expression ‘P + S – T’ ?
A. Sister
B. Wife
C. Son
D. Daughter
E. None of these

18.In the expression ‘P + Q × T’ how is T related to P ?
A. Mother
B. Father
C. Son
D. Brother
E. None of these

Directions—(Q. 19-20) In each of the questions below are given three statements followed by two conclusions numbered I and II. You have to take the given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance from commonly known facts. Read both the conclusions and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows from the given statements disregarding commonly known facts.Read the statements and the conclusions which follow it and Give answer—
A. if only conclusion I is true.
B. if only conclusion II is true.
C. if either conclusion I or conclusion II is true.
D. if neither conclusion I nor conclusion II is true
E. if both conclusions I and II are true.

19.Statements : Some walls are windows.
Some windows are doors.
All doors are roofs.
Conclusions :
I. Some doors are walls.
II. No roof is a window.

20.Statements : All switches are plugs.
Some plugs are bulbs.
All bulbs are sockets.
Conclusions :
I. Some sockets are plugs.
II. Some plugs are switches.