Company: Tata Consultancy Services (TCS)

Aptitude
1. A family, planning a weekend trip, decides to spend not more than a total of 8 hours driving. By leaving early in the morning, they can average 40 miles per hour on the way to their destination. Due to the heavy Sunday traffic, they can average only 30 miles per hour on the return trip. What is the farthest distance from home they can plan to go?
(a) 120 miles or less (b) Between 120and 140 miles (c) 140 miles
(d) Between 140 and 160 miles (e) 160 miles or more
2. A car is filled with four and half gallons of fuel for a round trip. If the amount of fuel taken while going is 1/4 more than the amount taken for coming, what is the amount of fuel consumed while coming back?
(a) Less than 2 gallons (b) 2 gallons (c) 2 1/2 gallons
(d) 3 gallons (e) More than 3 gallons

3. A 3-gallon mixture contains one part S and two parts R. In order to change it to a mixture containing 25% S, how much R should be added?
(a) 1/2 gallon (b) 2/3 gallon (c) 3/4 gallon (d) 1 gallon (e) 1 1/2 gallon

4. A tree grows only 3/5 as fast as the one beside it. In four years the combined growth of the two trees is eight feet.
How much does the shorter tree grow in two years?
(a) Less than 2 feet (b) 2 feet (c) 2 1/2 feet
(d) 3 feet (e) more than 3 feet.
5. Wind flows at 160 miles in 330 minutes, for travelling 80 miles how much time does it require?
(a) 1 hour 30 minutes (b) 1 hour 45 minutes (c) 2 hours
(d) 2 hours 45 minutes (e) 3 hours

6. A stationary engine has enough fuel to run 12 hours when its tank is 4/5 full. How long will it run when the tank is 1/3 full?
(a) Less than 2 hours (b) 2 hours (c) 3 hours
(d) 4 hours (e) 5 hours
7. If A is travelling at 72 km per hour on a highway. B is travelling at a speed of 25 meters per second on a highway. What is the difference in their speeds in meters per second?
(a) 1/2 m/sec (b) 1 m/sec (c) 1 1/2 m/sec
(d) 2 m/sec (e) 3 m/sec
8. A salesperson by mistake multiplied a number and got the answer as 3, instead of dividing the number by 3. What is the answer he should have actually got?
(a) 0 (b) 1/3 (c) 1 (d) 2 (e) 3
9. If the length of a rectangle is increased by 30% and the width is decreased by 20%, then the area is increased by…
(a) 10% (b) 5% (c) 4% (d) 20% (e) 25%

10. In the class of 40 students, 30 speak Hindi and 20 speak English. What is the lowest possible number of students who speak both the languages?
(a) 5 (b) 20 (c) 15 (d) 10 (e) 30

11. The most economical prices among the following prices is:
(a) 10 kilo for Rs.160 (b) 2 kilo for Rs.30 (c) 4 kilo for Rs.70
(d) 20 kilo for Rs.340 (e) 8 kilo for Rs.130

12. A truck contains 150 small packages, some weighing 1 kg each and some weighing 2 kg each. how many packages weighing 2 kg each are in the truck if the total weight of all the packages is 264 kg?
(a) 36 (b) 52 (c) 88 (d) 124 (e) 114
13. A man was arrested for exceeding the speed limit by 10 miles an hour. A second man was charged with exceeding the same limit by twice as much. The second man was driving 35 miles per hour. What was the speed limit?
(a) 10 miles per hour (b) 15 miles per hour (c) 20 miles per hour
(d) 25 miles per hour (e) 30 miles per hour

14. One year ago Pandit was three times his sister’s age. Next year he will be only twice her age. How old will Pandit be after five years?
(a) 8 (b) 12 (c) 11 (d) 13 (e) 15
15. If two pencils cost 8 cents, then how much do 5 pencils cost?
(a) 18 cents (b) 20 cents (c) 22 cents (d) 23 cents (e) 24 cents

PHYSCOMETRY TEST
Direction:
In this section you will find different questions with the same meaning. In all such questions your answer has to be same. for e.g.:
In being thrown by chance with a stranger, you wait for the person to introduce himself or herself.
(a) Yes (b) No (c) ?

It is difficult for you to chat about things in general with people.
(a) Yes (b) No (c) ?

These two questions have similar meanings. If you answer the first one ‘NO’ and the second one ‘YES’, i.e. if you differ in your answers to similar questions you lose marks for every question with the above meaning.

The choices to these questions are:
(a) Yes.
(b) No.
(c) ?

1. You start to work on a project with great deal of enthusiasm.
2. You would rather plan an activity than take part in it.
3. You have more than once taken lead in organizing project or a group of some kind.

4. You like to entertain guests.
5. Your interests change quickly from one thing to another.
6. When you eat a meal with others, you are usually one of the last to finish.
7. You believe in the idea that we should ” eat, drink and be merry, for tomorrow we die.”
8. When you find that something you have bought is defective, you hesitate to demand an exchange or a
refund.
9. You find it easy to find new acquaintances.
10. You are sometimes bubbling over with energy and sometimes very sluggish.
11. You are happiest when you get involved in some projects that calls for rapid action.
12. Other people think of you as being very serious minded.
13. In being thrown by chance with a stranger, you wait for the person to introduce himself or herself.
14. You like to take part in many social activities.
15. You sometimes feel “just miserable” for no good reason at all.
16. You are often so much ” on the go” that sooner or later you may wear yourself out.
17. You like parties you attend to be lively.
18. If you hold an opinion that is radically different that expressed by a lecturer, you are likely to tell the
person about it either during or after the lecture.
19. It is difficult for you to chat about things in general with people.
20. You give little thought to your failures after they are passed.
21. You often wonder where others get all the excess energy they seem to have.
22. You are inclined to stop to think things over before you act.
23. You avoid arguing over a price with a clerk or sales person.
24. You would dislike very much to work alone in some alone place.
25. You often find it difficult to go to sleep at night because you keep thinking of what happened during the
day.
26. You find yourself hurrying to get to places even when there is plenty of time.
27. You like work that requires considerable attention to details.
28. You are satisfied to let some one else take the lead in-group activities.
29. You enjoy getting acquainted with people.
30. It takes a lot to get you emotionally stirred up or excited.
31. You work more slowly and deliberately than most people of your sex and age.
32. You are a carefree individual.
33. When people do not play fair you hesitate to say anything about it to them.
34. It bothers you to have people watch you at your work.
36. You like to have plenty of time to stop and rest.
37. You take life very seriously.
38. You enjoy applying for a job in person.
39. You would like to be a host or hostess for parties at club.
40. You often feel uncomfortable or uneasy.
41. You are the kind of person who is “on the go” all the time.
42. You often crave excitement.
43. The thought of making a speech frightens you.
44. You find it easy to start conversation with strangers.
45. You often feel guilty without a very good reason for it.
46. People think you are a very energetic person.
47. You sometimes make quick decisions that you later wish you hadn’t made.
48. You find it difficult to ask people for money or other donations, even for a cause in which you are
interested.
49. You are so naturally friendly that people immediately feel at ease with you.
50. You daydream a great deal.
51. You are quick in your actions.
52. You have a habit of starting things and then losing interest in them.
53. When you were a child many of your playmates naturally expected you to be the leader.
54. You sometimes avoid social contacts for fear of doing or saying the wrong thing.
55. You have frequent ups and downs in mood, sometimes with and sometimes without apparent cause.
56. You always seem to have plenty of vigour and vitality.
57. It is difficult for you to understand people who get very concerned about things.
58. When a clerk in a store waits on others who come after you, you call his or her attention to the fact.
59. You would be very unhappy if you were prevented from making numerous social contacts.
60. There are times when your future looks very dark.
61. You sometimes wish that people would slow down a bit and give you a chance to catch up.
62. Many of your friends think you take your work too seriously.
63. You hesitate to walk into a meeting when you know that everyone’s eye will be upon you.
64. You limit your friendships mostly to members of your own sex.
65. You almost always feel well and strong.
66. You seem to lack the drive necessary to get as much as other people do.
67. You make decisions on the spur of the moment.
68. You are rather good at bluffing when you find yourself in difficulty.
69. After being introduced to someone , you just cannot think of things to say to make good conversation.
70. You feel lonesome even when with other people.
71. You are able to work for unusually long hours without feeling tired.
72. You often act on the first thought that comes into your head.
73. At the scene of an accident, you take an active part in helping out.
74. You have difficulty in making new friends.
75. Your mood often changes from happiness to sadness or vice versa without knowing why.
76. You talk more slowly than most people.
77. You like to play practical jokes upon others.
78. You take the lead in putting life into a dull party.
79. You would like to belong to as many clubs and social organizations as possible.
80. There are times when your mind seems to work very slowly and other times when it works very rapidly.
81. You like to do things slowly and deliberately.
82. You are a happy-go-lucky individual.
83. When you are served stale or inferior food in a restaurant, you say nothing about it.
84. You would rather apply for a job by writing a letter than by going through with a personal interview.
85. You are often in low spirits.
86. You are inclined to rush from one activity to another without pausing enough for rest.
87. You are so concerned about the future that you do not get as much fun out of the present as you might.
88. When you are attracted to a person whom you have not met earlier you make an active attempt to get
acquainted even though it may be quite difficult.
89. You are inclined to limit your acquaintances to select few
90. you seldom give your past mistakes a second thought.
91. You are less energetic than many people you know.
92. You often stop to analyse your thoughts and feelings.
93. You speak out in meetings to oppose those whom you feel sure are wrong.
94. You are so shy it bothers you.
95. You are sometimes bothered by having a useless thought come into your mind over and over.
96. You get things in hurry.
97. It is difficult for you to understand how some people can be so unconcerned about the future.
98. You lie to sell things (i.e. to act as a sales person)
99. You are often “Life of the Party”.
100. You find daydreaming very enjoyable.
101. At work or at play other people find it hard to keep up with the pace you set.
102. You can listen to a lecture without feeling restless.
103. You would rather work for a good boss than for yourself.
104. You can express yourself more easily in speech than in writing.
105. You keep in fairly uniform spirits.
106. You dislike to be hurried in your work.
107. You sometimes find yourself “crossing bridges before you come to them”.
108. You find it somewhat difficult to say “no” to a sales person who tries to sell you something you do not
really want.
109. There are only a few friends with whom you can relax and have a good time.
110. You usually keep cheerful in spite of trouble.
111. People sometimes tell you to “slow down” or “take it easy”.
112. You are one of those who drink or smoke more than they know they should.
113. When you think you recognize people you see in a public place, you ask them whether you have met
them before.
114. You prefer to work alone.
115. Disappointment affects you so little that you seldom think about them twice.
116. You are slow and deliberate in movements.
117. You like wild enthusiasm, sometimes to a point bordering on rowdyism at a football or baseball game.
118. You feel self conscious in the presence of important people.
119. People think of you as being a very social type of person.
120. You have often lost sleep over your worries.
121. You can turn out a large amount of work in a short time.
122. You keep at a task until it is done, even after nearly everyone else has given up.
123. You can think of a good excuse when you need one.
124. Other people say that it is difficult to get to know you well.
125. You daydreams are often about things that can never come true.
126. You often run upstairs taking two steps at a time.
127. You seldom let your responsibility interfere with your having a good time.
128. You like to take on important responsibilities such as organizing a new business.
129. You have hesitated to make or to accept “dates” because of shyness.
130. Your mood is very easily influenced by people around you.
131. Others are often amazed by the amount of work you turn out.
132. You generally feel as though you haven’t a care in the world.
133. You find it difficult to get rid of sales person whom you do not care to listen or give your time.
134. You are a listener rather than a talker in a social conversation.
135. You almost always feel that life is very much worth living.
136. It irritates you to have to wait at a crossing for a long freight train to pass.
137. You usually say what you feel like saying at the moment.
138. You like to speak in public.
139. You like to be with people.
140. You generally keep cool and think clearly in exciting situations.
141. Other people regard you as a lively individual.
142. When you get angry, if you let yourself go, you feel better.
143. You seek to avoid all trouble with other people.
144. People seem to enjoy being with you.
145. You sometimes feel listless and tired for no good reason.
146. It is hard to understand why many people are so slow and get so little done.
147. You are fond of betting on horse races and games, whether you can afford it or not.
148. If someone you know has been spreading untrue and bad stories about you, you see the person as
soon as possible and have a talk about it.
149. Shyness keeps you from being as popular as you should be.
150. You are generally free from worry about possible misfortunes.

1-10
Y N Y Y N N N N Y N

11-20
Y N N Y N N Y Y N N

21-30
N N N Y N N Y Y Y Y

31-40
N N N N Y N N Y Y N

41-50
N N N Y N Y N N Y N

51-60
Y N Y N N Y N Y N N

61-70
N N N N Y N N N N N

71-80
N N Y N N N N Y Y N

81-90
N Y N N N N N Y N N

91-100
N Y Y N N N N N Y N

101-110
N Y Y Y Y Y Y N N Y

111-120
N N Y N Y N N Y Y N

121-130
Y Y N N N N N Y N N

131-140
Y N N N Y N Y Y Y Y
141-150

Y Y Y Y N N N Y N N

C TEST
This test consists of 50 questions. The Set Code for this paper is D.
1. The C language terminator is
(a) semicolon (b) colon (c) period (d) exclamation mark
2. What is false about the following — A compound statement is
(a) A set of simple statements (b) Demarcated on either side by curly brackets
(c) Can be used in place of simple statement (d) A C function is not a compound statement.
3. What is true about the following C Functions
(a) Need not return any value (b) Should always return an integer
(c) Should always return a float (d) Should always return more than one value
4. Main must be written as
(a) The first function in the program (b) Second function in the program
(c) Last function in the program (d) Any where in the program
5. Which of the following about automatic variables within a function is correct ?
(a) Its type must be declared before using the variable (b) They are local
(c) They are not initialised to zero (d) They are global
6. Write one statement equivalent to the following two statements: x=sqr(a); return(x);
Choose from one of the alternatives
(a) return(sqr(a)); (b) printf(“sqr(a)”);
(c) return(a*a*a); (d) printf(“%d”,sqr(a));
7. Which of the following about the C comments is incorrect ?
(a) Comments can go over multiple lines
(b) Comments can start any where in the line
(c) A line can contain comments with out any language statements
8. What is the value of y in the following code?
x=7;
y=0;
if(x=6) y=7;
else y=1;
(a) 7 (b) 0 (c) 1 (d) 6
9. Read the function conv() given below
conv(int t)

int u;
u=5/9 * (t-32);
return(u);

What is returned
(a) 15 (b) 0 (c) 16.1 (d) 29
10. Which of the following represents true statement either x is in the range of 10 and 50 or y is zero
(a) x >= 10 && x <= 50 || y = = 0 (b) x<50 (c) y!=10 && x>=50 (d) None of these
11. Which of the following is not an infinite loop ?
(a) while(1){ ….} (b) for(;;){…}
(c) x=0; (d) # define TRUE 0
do{ /*x unaltered within the loop*/ …
…..}while(x = = 0); while(TRUE){ ….}

12. What does the following function print?
func(int i)
{
if(i%2)return 0;
else return 1;
}
main()
{
int =3;
i=func(i);
i=func(i);
printf(“%d”,i);
}
(a) 3 (b) 1 (c) 0 (d) 2
13. How does the C compiler interpret the following two statements
p=p+x;
q=q+y;
(a) p= p+x; (b)p=p+xq=q+y; (c)p= p+xq; (d)p=p+x/q=q+y;
q=q+y; q=q+y;

For questions 14,15,16,17 use the following alternatives:
a.int b.char c.string d.float
14. ‘9’
15. “1 e 02”
16. 10e05
17. 15
# define MAX 100
# define MIN 100
….
….
if(x>MAX)
x=1;
else if(x>=b (d) a**=b

27. What is y value of the code if input x=10
y=5;
if (x==10)
else if(x==9)
else y=8;
(a)9 (b)8 (c)6 (d)7

28. What does the following code do?
fn(int n, int p, int r)
{
static int a=p;
switch(n)
{
case 4:a+=a*r;
case 3:a+=a*r;
case 2:a+=a*r;
case 1:a+=a*r;
}
}
(a) computes simple interest for one year (b) computes amount on compound interest for 1 to 4 years
(c) computes simple interest for four year (d) computes compound interest for 1 year

29.
a=0;
while(a<5) printf("%d\n",a++); How many times does the loop occurs? (a) infinite (b)5 (c)4 (d)6 30. How many times does the loop iterated ? for(i=0;i=10;i+=2) printf("Hi\n"); (a)10 (b) 2 (c) 5 (d) None of these 31. What is incorrect among the following A recursive function (a) calls itself (b) is equivalent to a loop (c) has a termination condition (d) does not have a return value at all  32. Which of the following go out of the loop if expn 2 becoming false (a) while(expn 1){...if(expn 2)continue;} (b) while(!expn 1){if(expn 2)continue;...} (c) do{..if(expn 1)continue;..}while(expn 2); (d) while(!expn 2){if(expn 1)continue;..} 33. Consider the following program main() { unsigned int i=10; while(i>=0)
{
printf(“%u”,i)
i–;
}
}
How many times the loop will get executed
(a)10 (b)9 (c)11 (d) infinite

34.Pick out the odd one out
(a) malloc() (b) calloc() (c) free() (d) realloc()

35.Consider the following program
main()
{
int a[5]={1,3,6,7,0};
int *b;
b=&a[2];
}
The value of b[-1] is
(a) 1 (b) 3 (c) -6 (d) none

36. # define prod(a,b)=a*b
main()
{
int x=2;
int y=3;
printf(“%d”,prod(x+2,y-10));
}
the output of the program is
(a) 8 (b) 6 (c) 7 (d) None

37.Consider the following program segment
int n,sum=1;
switch(n)
{
case 2:sum=sum+2;
case 3:sum*=2;
break;
default:sum=0;
}
If n=2, what is the value of sum
(a) 0 (b) 6 (c) 3 (d) None of these

38. Identify the incorrect one
1.if(c=1)
2.if(c!=3)
3.if(a0)
{
x=func(i);
i–;
}
int func(int n)
{
static sum=0;
sum=sum+n;
return(sum);
}
}
The final value of x is
(a) 6 (b) 8 (c) 1 (d) 3

43. Int *a[5] refers to
(a) array of pointers (b) pointer to an array (c) pointer to a pointer (d) none of these

44.Which of the following statements is incorrect
(a) typedef struct new
{
int n1;
char n2;
} DATA;

(b) typedef struct
{
int n3;
char *n4;
}ICE;

(c) typedef union

int n5;
float n6;
} UDT;

(d) #typedef union

int n7;
float n8;
} TUDAT;

TCS TALENT TEST

This test in not conducted by TCS directly, but by a consultancy, named Venture Management Associates, based in Trivandrum, Kerala.
Directions:
The duration of the test is 2 hours. The test is divided into 3 parts.
Part I English Synonyms etc 34 Questions
Part II Arithmetic 32 Questions Total: 78 Questions
Part III Critical Reasoning 12 Questions.
Part I and Part III are Multiple Choice Questions and Part II is filling up the Blanks model.
There are 10 synonyms, 10 antonyms, both of MCQ type.
In section I there is a passage with seven blank spaces and nine sentences as answer choices. This passage is about ‘mind power’. You have to choose the correct sentence and put the correct choice in the appropriate blank in the main passage. You have to be thorough with the English to answer this Question. The rest of the section is simple Mathematics problems. It would be good if you take a quick glance to the +2 Maths, since they ask questions curves, equations and gradients.
Section II consists of simple arithmetic problems and some reasoning problems. You have to write the answer on the answer sheet and no choices are given.
Section III is “Critical Reasoning”, and the questions are of MCQ type.
They have SIX Question paper sets, named A, B, C, D, E and F. We have tried to draw a general pattern and have included many sample questions, which are in the same pattern with the papers.

SYNONYMS

CENSURE
a. purify
b. approve
c. edit
d. uncertain

ONUS
a. honest
b. inclination
c. responsibility
d. accuse

DIVERGENT
a.
b.
c. deviating
d.
FIDELITY
a. restlessness
b. disloyalty
c. feeble
d. vagueness

SURVEILLANCE
a. inattention
b. visibility
c. census
d. prevention

WHIMSICAL
a. victorious
b. swift
c. fanciful
d. momentary

NASCENT
a. threat
b. purpose
c. quality
d. emerging

BENIGN
a. kindly
b. malignant
c. envy
d. tenfold

ANALOGOUS
a. capable
b. culpable
c. comparable
d. corporeal

ATTENUATE
a. appear
b. weaken
c. testify
d. soothe

EFFUSIVE
a. wise
b. reserved
c. peaceful
d. spontaneous

GREGARIOUS
a. logical
c. solitary
d. noisy

EMPIRICAL
a. theoretical
b. mathematical
c. verbal
d. royal

CITE
a. galvanize
b. quote
c. locate
d. visualize

TENACIOUS
a. intentional
b. obnoxious
c. holding fast
d. collecting

TRANSIENT
a. ephemeral
b. permanent
c. clear
d. emptiness

VOLUBLE
a. worthwhile
b. loquacious
c. circular
d. serious

CANDID
a. vague
b. outspoken
c. experienced
d. anxious

VERACITY
a.
b.
c. truthfulness
d.

STANDING
a. reputation
b. activity
c. long time
d. duration

SACROSANCT
a. too important
b. worship
c. sacrifice
d. best

CLUTCH
a.
b.hold
c.

AUGMENT
a. decrease
b. belittle
c. simplify
d. magnify
GENERIC
a. external
b. particular
c. personal
d. subdued

DIVULGE
a. look
b. refuse
c. deride
d. reveal

EFFIGY
a. dummy
b. organ
c. charge
d. accordion

PRECARIOUS
a. hazardous
b. priceless
c. premature
d. primitive

SONOROUS
a. reassuring
b. resonant
c. repetitive
d. sisterly

CIRCUITOUS
a. indirect
b. complete
c. obvious
d. aware

PEDIGREE
a. dogs
b. vast
c. courage
d. line of ancestry

ANTONYMS:

EXPEDIENT
a. illiterate
b. delayed
c. mistake
d. impediment

a. agreement
b. distance
c. flight
d. clarity

ANOMALY
a. desperation
b. requisition
c. registry
d. regularity

BENIGN
a. peaceful
b. blessed
c. wavering
d. malignant

ANALOGUE
a. same
b. digital
c. lengthy
d. dull

ANALOGOUS
a. not comparable
b. not capable
c. not culpable
d. not congenial

CENSURE
a. process
b. enclose
c. praise
d. penetrate

DIVULGE
a. converge
b. intake
c. involve
d. conceal

SURVEILLANCE
a. inattention
b. visibility
c. census
d. prevention
HAMPER
a.
b.
c.

DANGLE
a. hanging
b. loose
c. secure
d. mingle

SPENDTHRIFT
a. miser
b. savings
c. cautious
d. extravagant

INDIGENOUS
a.
b.
c.

CRYPTIC
a. futile
b. famous
c. candid
d. indifferent

OPTIMUM
a. pessimistic
b. minimum
c. chosen
d. worst

a. progressing
b. inclining
c. evaluating
d. concentrating

TRANSIENT
a. carried
b. close
c. permanent
d. certain

VERITY
a. falsehood
b. sanctity
c. rarity
d. household

CENSURE
a. augment
c. enthral
d. commend

EMPIRICAL
a. theoretical
b. mathematical
c. verbal
d. royal

AUGMENT
a. keep away
b. be disturbed
c. to increase
d. dig out

BOLSTER
a. defeat
b. to strengthen
c. be angry
d. depth

COMPLIANCE
a. light
b. fresh
c. take away
d. energize

DEBILITATE
a. balmy
b. bedevil
c. animate

DEROGATORY
a. roguish
b. immediate
c. conferred
d. praising

ERRONEOUS
a. accurate
b. dignified
c. curious
d. abrupt

EXONERATE
a. forge
b. accuse
c. record
d. reimburse

GREGARIOUS
a. anticipating
b. glorious
c. antisocial
d. similar

OBJECTIVE
a. indecisive
b. apathetic
c. emotionally involved
d. authoritative

SECTION I

1. If VXUPLVH is written as SURMISE, what is SHDVD ?
Ans. PEASA (hint: in the first word, the alphabets of the jumbled one is three alphabets after the corresponding alphabet in the word SURMISE. S = V-3, similarly find the one for SHDVD)
2. If DDMUQZM is coded as CENTRAL then RBDJK can be coded as ———
Ans. QCEIL (hint: Write both the jumbled and the coded word as a table, find the relation between the corresponding words, i.e. C= D-1, N=M+1 & so on

3. In the word ECONOMETRICS, if the first and second , third and forth ,forth and fifth, fifth and sixth words are interchanged up to the last letter, what would be the tenth letter from right?
Ans. word is CENOMOTEIRSC tenth word is R
4. Find the result of the following expression if, M denotes modulus operation, R denotes round off, T denotes truncation: M(373,5)+R(3.4)+T(7.7)+R(5.8)
Ans. 19

5. What is the largest prime number that can be stored in an 8-bit memory?
Ans.

6. Find the physical quantity in units from the equation: (Force*Distance)/(Velocity*Velocity)
Ans. Ns2/m
7. Find the value of @@+25-++@16, where @ denotes “square” and + denotes “square root”.
Ans: 621
8. If f(0)=1 and f(n)= f(n-1)*n, find the value of f(4).
Ans: 24
9. Convert the decimal number 310 to the base 6.
Ans: 1234
10. Find the missing number in the series: 2, 5, __ , 19 , 37, 75
Ans: 9
11. In a two-dimensional array, X(9,7), with each element occupying 4 bytes of memory, with the address of the first element X(1,1) is 3000, find the address of X(8,5).
Ans.
12. Find the fourth row, having the bit pattern as an integer in an 8-bit computer, and express the answer in its decimal value.
A 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1
B 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 1
C 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1
(AU(B-C)) ?
Ans. 29

13. Complete the series 2, 7, 24, 77,__ (hint: 2*12= 24, 7*11= 77, therefore 24*10= 240)
Ans: 240
14. Consider the following diagram for answering the following questions:

A. Find the difference between people playing cricket and tennis alone.
Ans: 4
B. Find the percentage of people playing hockey to that playing both hockey and cricket.
Ans:
C. Find the percentage of people playing all the games to the total number of players.
Ans: 6%
15. One more question of the same type (Same type of diagram; of course in a different set)

1. How many more or less speak English than French?

2. What % people speak all the three languages?

3. What % people speak German but not English?

{In another set cricket, hockey and tennis are changed with the name of some computer languages, such as Java, Cobol, Fortran (may be some other name)}
16. Select the odd one out
a. Oracle b. Linux c. Ingress d. DB2

17. Select the odd one out
a. SMTP b. WAP c. SAP d. ARP

18. Select the odd man out.
a. Java b. Lisp c. Smalltalk d. Eiffel

19. Which of the following are orthogonal pairs?
a. 3i+2j b. i+j c. 2i-3j d. -7i+j

20. Number of faces, vertices and edges of a cube
a. 12,8,6 b. 4,6,8 c. 6,8,12 d. 6,12,8
21. Given a Bar Chart showing the sales of a company. (In Figure) The sales in years as shown in the figure are (in crores) 1998-1999 – 130, 1997-1998 – 90, 1996-1997 – 90, 1995-1996 – 70

1. The highest growth rate was for the year
Ans. 1998-1999

2. The net increase in sales of the company in the year span of 1995-1999
Ans. 60 crores.

3. The lowest growth rate was for the year
Ans. 1997

22. Find the value of the decimal number to the base 7.
Ans. 1436.

23. Complete the series:5,6,7,8,10,11,14,__.
Ans. 15

24. If the vertex (5,7) is placed in the memory. First vertex (1,1) ‘s address is 1245 and then address of (5,7) is ———-
Ans.

25. In which of the system, decimal number 384 is equal to 1234?
Ans.

26. A man, a woman, and a child can do a piece of work in 6 days. Man only can do it in 24 days. Woman can do it in 16 days and in how many days child can do the same work?
Ans.

27. In Madras, temperature at noon varies according to -t^2/2 + 8t + 3, where t is elapsed time. Find how much temperature more or less in 4pm to 9pm.
Ans.

28. The size of the bucket is N kb. The bucket fills at the rate of 0.1 kb per millisecond. A programmer sends a program to receiver. There it waits for 10 milliseconds. And response will be back to programmer in 20 milliseconds. How much time the program takes to get a response back to the programmer, after it is sent?
Ans.

29. The size of a program is N. And the memory occupied by the program is given by M = square root of 100N. If the size of the program is increased by 1% then how much memory now occupied ?
Ans.

30. A power unit is there by the bank of the river of 750 meters width. A cable is made from power unit to power a plant opposite to that of the river and 1500mts away from the power unit. The cost of the cable below water is Rs. 15/- per meter and cost of cable on the bank is Rs.12/- per meter. Find the total of laying the cable.
Ans. Rs. 22,500 (hint: the plant is on the other side of the plant i.e. it is not on the same side as the river)

{There are two questions, both showing a curve. In the first one, you have to identify the curve. In the second one you have to Write the equation of the curve. In }
SECTION II
1. If A can copy 50 pages in 10 hours and A and B together can copy 70 pages in 10 hours, how much time does B takes to copy 26 pages?
a. b. c. d.
2. Match the following:
1. Male – Boy —> a. A type of
2. Square – Polygon —> b. A part of
3. Roof – Building —> c. Not a type of
4. Mushroom – Vegetables —> d. A superset of
Ans: 1- d, 2- a, 3- b, 4- c
3. Match the following.
1. brother – sister —> a. Part of
2. Alsatian – dog —> b. Sibling
3. sentence – paragraph —> c. Type of
4. car – steering —> d. Not a type of
Ans. 1-b, 2-c, 3-a, 4-d

Questions 20- 24 are based on the following passage:
The office staff of the XYZ corporation presently consists of three bookkeepers (A, B and C) and five secretaries (D, E, F, G and H). Management is planning to open a new office in another city using three secretaries and two bookkeepers of the current staff. To do so they plan to separate certain individuals who do not function well together. The following guidelines were established to set up the new office:
I. Bookkeepers A and C are constantly finding fault with one another and should not be sent as a team to the new office.
II. C and E function well alone but not as a team. They should be separated.
III. D and G have not been on speaking terms for many months. They should not go together.
IV. Since D and F have been competing for promotion, they should not be a team.
Ans.

4. If A is to be moved as one of the bookkeepers, which of the following cannot be a possible working team?
(a) ABDEH (b) ABDGH (c) ABEFH (d) ABEGH (e) ABFGH

5. If C and F are moved to the new office, how many combinations are possible?
(a) 1 (b) 2 (c) 3 (d) 4 (e) 5

6. If C is sent to the new office, which member of the staff cannot go with C?
(a) B (b) D (c) F (d) G (e) H

7. Under the guidelines developed, which of the following must go to the new office?
(a) B (b) D (c) E (d) G (e) H

8. If D goes to the new office which of the following is (are) true?
I. C cannot go.
II. A cannot go.
III. H must also go.
a. I only. b. II only. c. I and II only. d. I and III only. e. I, II and III.
9. Two stations A & B are 110 km apart. One train starts from A at 7 am, and travels towards B at 20kmph. Another train starts from B at 8 am and travels towards A at 25kmph. At what time will they meet?
a. 9 am b. 10 am c. 11 am d. 10.30 am

10. If a man can swim downstream at 6kmph and upstream at 2kmph, his speed in still water is:
a. 4kmph b. 2kmph c. 3kmph d. 2.5kmph

Answer the following three questions based on the paragraph:
A student applying at a college should take three courses. There are altogether four courses, namely, Science, Maths, Social Studies and Economics. (The names may vary, but the pattern is the same)
One can take a Science course only if he has taken a Maths course.
One can take a Maths course only if he has taken a Science course.
One can take an Economics course only if he has taken a Social Studies course.

11. Which of the following is a possible course?
a. Two Science courses and a Social Studies Course.
b. Two Maths courses and an Economics course.
c. One Mats course, one Science course and a Social Studies course.
d. One Maths course, one Science course and an Economics course.

12. Which of the following courses a student can take?
I. One Science, one Social Studies, one Economics
II. Two Science, one Social Studies
III. Two Science, one Maths.
a. I only b. III only c. I and II only d. II and III only

13. Which of the following is not a possible course?
a. Two Science courses and a Maths course. b. Two Maths course and a Science course.
c. One Maths course, one Science course and a Social Studies Course.
d. One Maths course, one Science course and an Economics course.

SECTION III

1. There are 9 people I, J, K, L, M, N, O, P and Q living in a five storied building. The top floor has only one room and all other floors have two rooms. No rooms are vacant. No rooms carry two people.
{ There are some conditions like the following }
K and N live on the same floor.
L is living in a floor lower than I.
Q is living in an upper floor than N.
O lives in the third floor.
{ Four questions are asked based on this paragraph regarding the floor a specific person lives on; some conditions given and to state which one is valid; some condition, based on which to state in which floor a specific person lives etc. }

TCS SELECTION GUIDE LINES

Do Quanta was repeated but wordlist was new. GRE pattern Verbal 10 synonym 10 antonym 5 sentence completion 0ne reading comp synonym

dwindle=less
efface=destroy
indignity inept=unsuitable
infirmity=weak from age or illness.
candid=frank
dangle=tempting

Antonym

restiveness Irksome Jaunty Nebulous=shape. Misapprehension Obese Obloquy(abuse)= . Quanti Very easy similar to Jampshed nit Data have been changed Critical 3 puzzles.12 question (4each) go through this section very seriously. there is lower cut-off in this section many student didnot do well in this section. go through barons GRE (its very important)

QUESTIONS OF TCS- 5-7 JUNE 2003 IN ANNA UNIVERSITY

SECTION 1: VERBAL WE WERE NOT ABLE TO GET THE COMPREHENSION AND SENTENCE COMPLETION QUESTIONS AS EVERYONE WROTE THE TEST IN THE MIDNIGHT BETWEEN 11 PM & 4 AM. MOST OF THEM WERE NOT ABLE TO UNDERSTAND THE PASSAGE. I HAVE GIVEN BELOW THE WORDS THAT WERE ASKED IN SYNONYMS AND ANTONYMS.

WHIMSICAL=fanciful.

CENSURE. =criticism

OPTIMUM. MISAPPREHENSION. CANDID.=frank

TURSE.= CITE.

EFFUSIVE= overenthusiastic

TENACIOUS.= firm., stubborn

VOLUBLE.= talkative.

BANAL.= commonplace,. Trite.

RUPTURE.=damage

STANDING.=present,

NASCENT.= emerging., budding.

TRANSIENT.=temporary

CLUTCH.=hold GENERIC.= general.,( specific.)

EMPIRICAL.=experimental

ANOMALY.= abnormality., glitch.

CIRCUITOUS.=roundabout, not following the direct path.

HAMPER.=stop

SURVEILLANCE.= observation., watch.

OBJECTIVE.= purpose

RAUCOUS.= harsh., rasping.

VORACIOUS.= greedy. hungry.

PEDIGREE.= ancestry.. derivation.

FIDELITY.= loyalty, commitment

AUGMENT.=support

PRECARIOUS.= unstable., uncertain. (stable.)

ALACRITY.=cheerful eagerness.

DEROGATORY.=absurd remarks

ONUS. ANALOGUE.= EXPEDIENT.=suitable

ANALOGOUS.=similar

ASSUAGE.=to soothe, pacify.

COMPLIANCE.=obedient

DIFFIDANT. =timid, lacking in self-confidence ant. Bold

INSINUATE. = hint. intimate.

MISDEMEANOR.=misdeed

EXONERATE.=to free from blame.

GREGARIOUS.=fond of company

ANATHEMATIZE. = curse(bless)

BENIGN.=calm

ATTENUATE.=weaken

SONOROUS.=resonant

BOLSTER.=support

Divergent.= DECOLLATE=low necked

HETERODOX ant:-orthodox

RESTIVENESS=restless

IGNONIMOUS.= dishonour , deep disgrace

PLAGIARIZE= steal another ideas and pass them as oneâ€™s own

EFFIGY=image

TENACIOUS.=persistent

SACROSANCT.=sacred

DANGLE.=hopes temptingly

ANOMALY.=abnormal

CRYPTIC.=mysterious

DEBILITATE.=weaken

DIVULGE.=to show, reveal

SCEPTIC.=unwilling to believe things

SPENDTHRIFT.=prodigal

INDIGENOUS.=native

ERRONIUS.= RUPTURE.=damage

MINION.=assistant

VERACITY.=truthfulness

MITIGATE=less severe.

APEX 3.BREKISH COGENT=convincing

LETHARGY=dull, stupor 6.HAMPER 7.BANAL=common place

CANDID=frank TACITURN PEDIGREE hapless Inundate Fledged Revile Revere Ignominious effte vouchsafe

SECTION 2:

QUANTITATIVE AND LOGICAL REASONING. MOST OF THE QUESTIONS WERE FROM TCS OLD PAPERS. THE QUESTIONS WILL BE OF THIS PATTERN TO EVERYONE. ONLY THE DATA GET CHANGES.

In a two-dimensional array, X (9, 7), with each element occupying 4 bytes of memory, with the address of the first element X (1, 1) is 3000, find the address of X (8, 5). Ans 3212

In the word ORGANISATIONAL, if the first and second, third and forth, forth and fifth, fifth and sixth words are interchanged up to the last letter, what would be the tenth letter from right? Ans I

What is the largest prime number that can be stored in an 8-bit memory? 251

Select the odd one out. a. Java b. Lisp c. Smalltalk d. Eiffel.

Select the odd one out a. SMTP b. WAP c. SAP d. ARP

Select the odd one out a. Oracle b. Linux c. Ingress d. DB2

Select the odd one out a. WAP b. HTTP c. BAAN d. ARP

Select the odd one out a. LINUX b. UNIX c. SOLARIS d. SQL SERVER

Select the odd one out a. SQL b. DB2 c. SYBASE d. HTTP

The size of a program is N. And the memory occupied by the program is given by M = square root of 100N. If the size of the program is increased by 1% then how much memory now occupied? Ans 0. 5%( SQRT 101N)
A man, a woman, and a child can do a piece of work in 6 days. Man only can do it in 24 days. Woman can do it in 16 days and in how many days child can do the same work? Ans 16

In which of the system, decimal number 184 is equal to 1234? Ans 5

Find the value of the 678 to the base 7. Ans 1656

Number of faces, vertices and edges of a cube Ans 6 8 12 Complete the series 2, 7, 24, 77,__ Ans 238

Find the value of @@+25-++@16, where @ denotes “square” and + denotes “square root”. Ans- 621

Find the result of the following expression if, M denotes modulus operation, R denotes round off, T denotes truncation: M(373,5)+R(3.4)+T(7.7)+R(5.8) Ans 19

If TAFJHH is coded as RBEKGI then RBDJK can be coded as ——— Ans qcckj G(0)= -1, G(1)=1, G(N)=G(N-1) – G(N-2), G(5)= ? Ans – 2

What is the max possible 3-digit prime number? Ans 997

A power unit is there by the bank of the river of 750 meters width. A cable is made from power unit to power a plant opposite to that of the river and 1500mts away from the power unit. The cost of the cable below water is Rs. 15/- per meter and cost of cable on the bank is Rs.12/- per meter. Find the total of laying the cable. Ans 1000 (24725 â€“ cost)

The size of a program is N. And the memory occupied by the program is given by M = square root of 100N. If the size of the program is increased by 1% then how much memory now occupied? Ans 0. 5%( SQRT 101N)

In Madras, temperature at noon varies according to -t^2/2 + 8t + 3, where t is elapsed time. Find how much temperature more or less in 4pm to 9pm. Ans. At 9pm 7.5 more

The size of the bucket is N kb. The bucket fills at the rate of 0.1 kb per millisecond. A programmer sends a program to receiver. There it waits for 10 milliseconds. And response will be back to programmer in 20 milliseconds. How much time the program takes to get a response back to the programmer, after it is sent? Ans 30

A man, a woman, and a child can do a piece of work in 6 days. Man only can do it in 24 days. Woman can do it in 16 days and in how many days child can do the same work? Ans 16

If the vertex (5,7) is placed in the memory. First vertex (1,1) â€˜s address is 1245 and then address of (5,7) is ———-1279

Which of the following are orthogonal pairs? a. 3i+2j b. i+j c. 2i-3j d. -7i+j Ans a,c

If VXUPLVH is written as SURMISE, what is SHDVD? Ans PEASE

If A, B and C are the mechanisms used separately to reduce the wastage of fuel by 30%, 20% and 10%. What will be the fuel economy if they were used combined. Ans 20%

What is the power of 2? a. 2068 b.2048 c.2668

Complete the series. 3, 8, –, 24, –, 48, 63 . Ans 15, 35

Complete the series. 4, -5, 11, -14, 22, — Ans – 27

A, B and C are 8 bit noâ€™s. They are as follows: A 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 B 0 1 1 1 1 0 1 0 C 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 Find ( (A-B) u C )=? Hint : 109 A-B is {A} â€“ {A n B}

A Flight takes off at 2 A.M from northeast direction and travels for 11 hours to reach the destination which is in north west direction. Given the latitude and longitude of source and destination. Find the local time of destination when the flight reaches there? 7 AM

A can copy 50 papers in 10 hours while both A & B can copy 70 papers in 10 hours. Then for how many hours required for B to copy 26 papers? 13

A is twice efficient than B. A and B can both work together to complete a work in 7 days. Then find in how many days A alone can complete the work? 10.5

A finish the work in 10 days. B is 60% efficient than A. So how days does B take to finish the work? Ans 100/6

curve was given & in option equation was given , you have to mark the correct equation(curve and equation was of general logx,ex ,sinx,cosx,tanx) value of log3.142& log3.143 was given and log3,141 was asked so you have to only see on answer and mark values of x &f(x) was given (like x=1000&f(x)=3) and equations was given Sum of slopes of 2 perpendicular st. lines is given. Find the pair of lines from the given set of options which satisfy the above condition?
43. (a) 2+3i (b)1+i (c) 3-2i (d) 1-7i .
Find which of the above is orthogonal. Ans a,c
44. (Momentum*Velocity)/(Acceleration * distance ) find units. Ans mass
45. The number 362 in decimal system is given by (1362)x in the X system of numbers find the value of X a}5 b) 6 c) 7 d) 8 e) 9
46. Given \$ means Tripling and % means change of sign then find the value of \$%\$6-%\$%6
47. My flight takes of at 2am from a place at 18N 10E and landed 10 Hrs later at a place with coordinates 36N70W. What is the local time when my plane landed. a) 6:00 am b) 6:40am c)7:40 d)7:00 e)8:00 (Hint : Every 1 deg longitude is equal to 4 minutes . If west to east add time else subtract time)
48. Find the highest prime number that can be stored in an 8bit computer.
49. Which of the following set of numbers has the highest Standard deviation? 1,0,1,0,1,0 -1,-1,-1,-1,-1,-1 1,1,1,1,1,1 1,1,0,-1,0,-1 50.

Match the following:

1. Male – Boy —> a. A type of
2. Square – Polygon —> b. A part of
3. Roof – Building —> c. Not a type of
4. Mushroom – Vegetables —> d.
5. A superset of &nb! sp; Ans: 1- d, 2- a, 3- b, 4- c

51. Match the following.

1. brother â€“ sister —> a. Part of
2. Alsatian â€“ dog —> b. Sibling
3. sentence â€“ paragraph —> c. Type of
4. car – steering —> d. Not a type of &! nbsp; Ans. 1-b, 2-c, 3-a, 4-d

*****Remaining Questions were from Graph, pie charts, Bar chart and Venn diagram which were very easy.

SECTION 3: CRITICAL REASONING

I. The players G,H,J,K,L,M,N,O are to be felicitated of representing the county team in Baseball Out of these H,M,O also are in the Football team and K,N are there in the Basket ball team . These players are to be seated on a table and no two players who have represented the county in more than one game are to sit together.
1.Which one of the orders can they be seated in
2.Which of the orders is not possible
3.If N is seated in the middle then which of the following pairs cannot be seated near him 4.If M is seated then which of the following pairs can be seated next to him.

Choices are given for all the questions II There are 2 groups named Brown and red. They canâ€™t marry in the same group. If the husband or wife dies then the person will convert to their own group. If a person is married then the husband will have to change his group to his wifeâ€™s group. The child will own the mothers group. From these a set of 4 questions were given .
Solve them Eg;
1.Brownâ€™s daughter is red (False)
1. If a person is red. Then his/her motherâ€™s brother belong to which group if he is married (Brown) III 7 people â€“ a,b,c,d,e,f,g Need to make a seating arrangement for them.
Conditions: 1)A should be at the center 2) B,F should be at the right extreme 3)C,E always in pair 4)D,G as far as possible Questions from the above were asked? Eg: Which of the following pairs were not possible?

Others questions were similar to the above. More questions were from Barons.

HR QUESTIONS:

For all the questions they expect an elaborate answer with justifications and not a short one.
1) Market urself
2) Why TCS ?
3) Will u switch over to any other company after joining TCS?
4) If NO then why? 4) R u mobile? ( R u ready to go anywhere ?)
5) R u ready to go to places of extreme temperature. If yes what do u think of ur safety?
6) What are the requirements for leadership quality ?
7) Why u switch over to s/w from ur own back ground?
8) What are the qualities required for a s/w engineer and Project manager?
9) Rate ur good qualities?
10) What is the difference between hard and smart work?
11) Do u have a plan of doing higher studies ?

Technical Questions :
General :
The questions were different for different persons and depends on the field of interest that u say.
Communication :
1) OSI Layers in n/w with the functionalities
2) TCP/IP protocol
3) Bridges, Routers, LAN, WAN, MAN
4) Token bus, FDDI, Ethernet

C Languag

Datastructures esp :
Linked list and trees Structures , unions, Kind of variables ( local ,Global) Strrev( ) program Case structure (it is not the usual switch case stat) Calloc,malloc Divide 2 number and print the o/p ( NOTE: Check for divide by zero error)

TCS paper – 3

VERBAL SECTION
Directions for questions 1-15:Find the synonyms of the following words
1. Merry Ans. Gay,Happ
2. Alienat Ans. Estrange
3. Solicit Ans. To request
4. Heap Ans. To pile
5. Cargo Ans. Freight
6. Momentary Ans. Transient
7. Volume Ans.Quantity
8. Veer Ans.Diverge
9. Dispel Ans.Dissipate
11. Meager Ans.Scanty
12. Latitude Ans.Scope
13. Latent Ans.Potential
14. Covet Ans.Crave
15. Discretion Ans. Prudence
QUANTITATIVE SECTION
1. If two pencils cost 8 cents, then how much do 5 pencils cost?
Ans. 20 cents

2. Some work is done by two people in 24 minutes. One of them can do this work alone in 40 minutes. How much time does the second person take to do the same work ?
Ans. 60 minutes

3. A car is filled with four and half gallons of fuel for a round trip.If the amount of fuel taken while going is 1/4 more than the amount taken for coming, what is the amount of fuel consumed while coming back?
Ans.2 gallons

4. The lowest temperature in the night in a city A is 1/3 more than 1/2 the highest during the day. Sum of the lowest temperature and the highest temperature is 100 degrees. Then what is the low temp?
Ans.40 degrees

5. Javagal, who decided to go to weekend trip should not exceed 8 hours driving in a day. The average speed of forward journey is 40 miles/hr.Due to traffic on Sundays, the return journey’s average speed is 30 m/h. How far he can select a picnic spot?
a) 120 miles
b) between 120 and 140 miles
c) 160 miles
Ans. 120 miles

6. A salesperson by mistake multiplied a number and got the answer as 3, instead of dividing the number by 3.What is the answer he should have actually got?
Ans. 3

7. A building with height D shadow upto G. What is the height of a neighbouring building with a shadow of C feet.
Ans. (C*D)/G

8. A person was fined for exceeding the speed limit by 10 mph. Another person was also fined for exceeding the same speed limit by twice the same. If the second person was travelling at a speed of 35 mph, find the speed limit.
Ans. 15 mph

9. A bus started from bustand at 8.00am, and after staying for 30 minutes at a destination, it returned back to the bus stand. The destination is 27 miles from the bus stand. The speed of the bus is 18mph. During the return journey bus travels with 50% faster speed. At what time does it return to the bus stand?
Ans. 11.00am

10. In a mixture, R is 2 parts and S is 1 part. In order to make S to 25% of the mixture, how much of R is to be added?
Ans.One part of R

11. Wind flows 160 miles in 330 min, for travelling 80 miles how much time does it require?
Ans. 2 hrs 45 mins

12. With a 4/5 full tank a vehicle can travel 12 miles, how far can it travel with a 1/3 full tank
Ans. 5 miles

13. There are two trees in a lawn. One grows at a rate 3/5 of the other in 4 years. If the total growth of trees is 8 ft. What is the height of the smaller tree after 2 years
Ans. 1 1/2 feet

14. Refer to the figure below. A ship started from P and moves at a speed of I miles per hour and another ship starts from L and moving with H miles per hour simultaneously. Where do the two ships meet?
||—g—||—h—||—i—||—j—||—k—||—l—||
PG H I J K L are the various stops in between denoted by || . The values g, h, i, j, k, l denote the distance between the ports.
Ans. Between I and J, closer to J

15. If A is travelling at 72 km per hour on a highway. B is travelling at a speed of 25 meters per second on a highway. What is the difference in their speeds in m/sec.
Ans. 1 m/sec

CRITICAL REASONING SECTION
The critical reasoning section consists of some passages followed by 4 to 7 questions per passage. The questions are such that they require ability to read fast and comprehend. The questions asked in this section have three choices TRUE, FALSE, CAN’T SAY. Some examples of questions are given below. Please note that these passages are not the exact passages asked. The passages used a good deal of difficult words which have been removed in this reproduction. Also the passages appearing in the actual paper are much lengthier.
Directions: Answer the questions given below the passage or statement as true, false or can’t say.
PASSAGE A: My father has no brothers. He has three sisters who has two Childs each.
Answer 1-5 based on the passage A
1.My grandfather has two sons .
Ans. False

2. Three of my aunts have two sons
Ans. Can’t say

3. My father is only child to his father
Ans. False

4. I have six cousins from my mother side
Ans. Can’t say

5. I have one uncle
Ans. Can’t say(uncle can be from the mother’s side as well)

PASSAGE B: Ether injected into gallbladder to dissolve cholesterol based gallstones. This type one day treatment is enough for gallstones not for calcium stones. This method is alternative to surgery for millions of people who are suffering from this disease.
Answer questions 6-9 based on passage B
6.Calcium stones can be cured in one day
Ans. False

7. Hundreds of people contains calcium stones
Ans. Can’t say

8. Surgery is the only treatment to calcium stones
Ans. True

9. Ether will be injected into the gallbladder to cure the cholesterol based gallstones
Ans. True

PASSAGE C: Hacking is illegal entry into another computer. This happens mostly because of lack of knowledge of computer networking. With networks one machine can access to another machine. Hacking go about without knowing that each network is accredited to use network facility.
Answer questions 10-12 based on passage B
10. Hackers never break the code of the company which they work for
Ans. Can’t say

11. Hacking is the only vulnerability of the computers for the usage of the data
Ans. False

12.Hacking is done mostly due to the lack of computer knowledge
Ans. False

PASSAGE C: Alpine tunnels are closed tunnels.In the past 30 yrs not even a single accident has been recorded for there is one accident in the railroad system. Even in case of a fire accident it is possible to shift the passengers into adjacent wagons and even the live fire can be detected and extinguished with in the duration of 30 min.
Answer questions 13-16 based on passage C
13. No accident can occur in the closed tunnels
Ans. True

14. Fire is allowed to live for 30 min
Ans. False

16. All the care that travel in the tunnels will be carried by rail shutters.
Ans.True

PASSAGE D: In the past helicopters were forced to ground or crash because of the formation of the ice on the rotors and engines. A new electronic device has been developed which can detect the water content in the atmosphere and warns the pilot if the temperature is below freezing temperature about the formation of the ice on the rotors and wings.
Answer questions 17-20 based on passage D
17.The electronic device can avoid formation of the ice on the wings
Ans.False

18. There will be the malfunction of rotor & engine because of formation of ice
Ans.True

19. The helicopters were to be crashed or grounded
Ans.True

20. There is only one device that warn about the formation of ice
Ans.True

PASSAGE E:In the survey conducted in mumbai out of 63 newly married house wives not a single house wife felt that the husbands should take equal part in the household work as they felt they loose their power over their husbands. Inspite of their careers they opt to do the kitchen work themselves after coming back to home. the wives get half as much leisure time as the husbands get at the weekends.
Answer questions 21-23 based on passage E
21.Housewives want the husbands to take part equally in the household
Ans.False

22. Wives have half as much leisure time as the husbands have
Ans. False

23. 39% of the men will work equally in the house in cleaning and washing
Ans. False

PASSAGE F:Copernicus is the intelligent. In the days of copernicus the transport and technology development was less & it took place weeks to comunicate a message at that time,wherein we can send it through satellite with in no time. Even with this fast developments it has become difficult to understand each other.
Answer questions 24-27 based on passage F
24. People were not intelligent during Copernicus days
Ans.False

25. Transport facilities are very much improved in noe a days
Ans.Can’t say

26. Even with the fast developments of the technology we can’t live happily.
Ans. Can’t say

27. We can understand the people very much with the development of communication
Ans. False.

PASSAGE G:Senior managers warned the workers that because of the intfoductors of Japanese industry in the car market. There is the threat to the workers.They also said that there will be the reduction in the purchase of the sales of car in public.the interest rates of the car will be increased with the loss in demand.
Answer questions 28-31 based on passage G
28. Japanese workers are taking over the jobs of Indian industry.
Ans.False

29.Managers said car interests will go down after seeing the raise in interest rates.
Ans.True

30. Japanese investments are ceasing to end in the car industry.
Ans. False

31. People are very interested to buy the cars.
Ans.False

PASSAGE H:In the totalitariturican days, the words have very much devalued. In the present day, they are becoming domestic that is the words will be much more devalued. In that days, the words will be very much effected in political area. but at present, the words came very cheap .We can say they come free at cost.
Answer questions 32-34 based on passage H
32.Totalitarian society words are devalued.
Ans.False

33. Totalitarians will have to come much about words
Ans.True

34. The art totalitatian society the words are used for the political speeches.
Ans. False

PASSAGE I: There should be copyright for all arts. The reeled has come that all the arts has come under one copyright society, they were use the money that come from the arts for the developments . There may be a lot of money will come from the Tagore works. We have to ask the benifiters from Tagore work to help for the development of his works.
Answer questions 35-39 based on passage I
35. Tagore works are come under this copyright rule.
Ans. False

36. People are free to go to the public because of the copy right rule.
Ans. Can’t say

38. People gives to theatre and collect the money for development.
Ans. Can’t say

39. We have ask the Tagore residents to help for the developments of art.
Ans. Can’t say

VERBAL SECTION
Directions for questions 1-15:Find the synonyms of the following words
1. Depreciation
Ans. Deflation, Depression, Devaluation, fall, slump in value

2. Deprecate
Ans. Feel and express disapproval of

3. Incentive
Ans. Thing one encourages a person to do something

4. Echelon
Ans. Level of authority or responsibility

5. Innovation
Ans. To make changes or introduce new things

6. Intermittent
Ans. Externally stopping and then starting

7. Detrimental
Ans. Harmful

8. Aberration
Ans. Deviation

9. Conciliation
Ans. To make less angry or more friendly

10. Orthodox
Ans. Conventional or superstitious

11. Fallible
Ans.Liable to err

12. Volatile
Ans. Ever changing

13. Manifestation
Ans. Clear or obvious

14. Connotation
Ans. Suggest in addition to the fundamental meaning

15. Reciprocal
Ans. Reverse, Opposite

QUANTITATIVE SECTION
1. There are 150 weights .Some are 1 kg weights and some are 2 kg weights. The sum of the weights is 260.What is the number of 1kg weights?
Ans. 40

2. A is driving on a highway when the police fines him for over speeding and exceeding the limit by 10 km/hr. At the same time B is fined for over speeding by twice the amount by which A exceeded the limit. If he was driving at 35 km/hr what is the speed limit for the road?
Ans. 15 kmph

3. A moves 3 kms east from his starting point . He then travels 5 kms north. From that point he moves 8 km. to the east. How far is A from his starting point?
Ans. 13 km.

4. A car travels 12 km. with a 4/5th filled tank. How far will the car travel with 1/3 filled tank?
Ans. 5 km.

5. The sum of the digits of a two-digit number is 8. When 18 is added to the number, the digits are reversed. Find the number?
Ans. 35

6. The cost of one pencil, two pens and four erasers is Rs.22 while the cost of five pencils, four pens and two erasers is Rs.32.How much will three pencils, three pens and three erasers cost?
Ans. 27

7. Fathers age is 5 times his son’s age. 4 years back the father was 9 times older than son. Find the fathers’ present age.
Ans. 40 years

8. What number should be added to or subtracted from each term of the ratio 17 : 24 so that it becomes equal to 1 : 2.
Ans. 10 should be subtracted

9. What is the 12th term of the series 2, 5, 8, ….
Ans. 35