Company: Telco Water Technology Pvt. Ltd
TELCO PAPER – JAN 2006
1) Hypothesis :problem (below 4 he will give)
8)1/3,1 1/3,3,5 1/3, next
9)Selling price of 4 articles=Cost price of 3 articles then %loss(ans. 25%)
10)|x-3|=3-x then x=
11)data sufficiency p>q?
This type you can see in GMAT book.
1) ABCDEF attended for an interview, in which 3 were selected
A is worst of the lot
C got equal marks as F(C=F)
E is not selected
There are 5 questions below this.
2)There are 7 fellows sat in the following way C and F always sit as a apart as follows No. of fellows sat b/w c and D and D and F are equal like that he has given
Ans: Order is as follows C E B D A G F by using this you can answer all About 4 to 5 are there
3)ABCDE are five brothers. There are twins(only one pair of equal age) both are neither younger nor older. D is younger to 3 brothers.
B is older than E and C. q’s like who is youngest? Eldest ? About 4 are there.
4)A person has meet a king for that ha has to cross 7 gates. At each gate he has to pay half the amount he is carrying. Finally he gave Rs 3/- to the king. Then the amount he carried at the beginning and some questions (about 5)like that.
5) Heros tell truth and cowards lie.There PQR three persons. P tells Q “I may be hero or I may be coward”. Q tells R “P was telling that he was coward. Then R tells Q “P was not a coward but he was a hero”.
you better study the question it may not be entirely correct.
In thus 3 q”s are there
Part 1: (Verbal/English, 25 Q – 15 min)
This was cool.
All Antonyms, Analogies got repeated from previous papers.
Time is sufficient.
No special preparation needed (provided u r good enough)
Just gaze thru previous papers’ antonyms & analogies
Sentence completion & fill ups are easy.
Instead of mugging up antonyms, I personally recommend u to read Synonyms, so that u can easily locate their opposites. (U can refer TCS papers also if needed)
Part 2: (Quantitative Aptitude, 45 Q – 30 min)
This was tough.
One monkey climbs a poll at the rate of 6mts/min and fell down 3mts in the alternately. Length of the poll is 60 mts , how much time it will take to reach the top?
a. 31 b.33 c.37 d.40 (ans: 37)
X men work for X days to produce X products, then Y men can produce Y products in – – – – days. (ans: y^3/x^2)
successive discounts problem
sqrt(12 + sqrt(12) + ((sqrt(12) +………………….infinity) = ? (ans: 4)
6 locks & 6 keys (permutation) problem
consider a square ABCD, in which E is the mid-point of BC & F is that of CD. Now find the ratio of area of triangle AEF to the area of square ABCD. (ans: 3/8)
Do not remember rest of the them.
This section makes the difference.
Special preparation is mandatory.
Try to solve problems of every type from R.S. Agarwal
Leave complex Q’s & proceed forward.
Part 3: (Reasoning, 30 Q – 30 min)
This was 50 – 50
I confidently solved around 16 of them.
1)There are 4 buses – A,B,C,D. There are 220 students in a school.
A can carry 60 students. B can carry 50 students. C can carry 40 students. D can carry 35 students
Cost of travelling in the 4 buses were given, A – 160 , B- 140, C- 125 , D- 95 (not exact values)
a) Find the bus combinations, so that all the students can be carried in the minimum cost
(One can use any no. of buses of a particular type)
b) Find the min. no. of buses required to carry all students
2) ( not exact )
P speakes Italian & French
Q speakes Spanish & English
R speakes Italian & German
S speakes Spanish & French
T speakes English & German
Find a) Mediator between P & Q
b) Most popular language
3) All P’s are Q’s
some R’s are not C’s
Some C’s are P’s
& so on ( 5 Q’s based on these facts)
4) One Logical Venn diagram problem
5) One simple flow chart
Go thru R.S. Agarwal(Verbal Reasoning) & then Barrons(Analytical Reasoning Only)