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    GAT (Graduate Assessment Test) Sample Test

    Question 100 Time 120 MintEnglish 30

    Analytical 40

    Quantitative 30





    (A) Strange

    (B) Well-known

    (C) Inefficiency

    (D) Effectiveness



    A. tact

    B. generosity

    C. thoroughness

    D. loyalty

    E. gratitude



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    A. parallel

    B. synonymous

    C. hostile

    D. inappro



    A. Mystery

    B. Postmortem

    C. Demise

    D. Understood

    E. Frightened



    A. Intrinsic

    B. Certain

    C. Rest

    D. Shaky

    E. Copy



    (A) Cheerfulness

    (B) Sorrow

    (C) Glee

    (D) Visibility

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    (E) Mirthfulness



    (A) Mysterious

    (B) Captured

    (C) Eloquence

    (D) Kingdome

    (E) Monopoly



    (A) Wonder

    (B) Defame

    (C) Supernatural

    (D) Rigorous

    (E) Float in the air



    Drawbridge: Castle

    (A) Window: House

    (B) Gangway: Ship

    (C) Gate: Hinge

    (D) Aero plan:Cockpit

    (E) Car: Wheel


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    Spectacle: Visible

    (A) Sports: Exciting

    (B) Caf: Tasty

    (C) Machine: Capable

    (D) Joke: Laughable

    (E) Sound: Audible


    Anarchy: Order

    (A) Adore: Loathe

    (B) Sonnet: Medley

    (C) Tent: Shelter

    (D) Finger: Nail


    Energize: Active

    (A) Gourmet: Curry

    (B) Sever: Reckless

    (C) Antiseptic: Infection

    (D) Hone: Sharp


    Fearful: Cower

    (A) Weak: Exercise

    (B) Wise: Dispute

    (C) Arrogant: Strut

    (D) Humble: Boast

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    Client: Fee

    (A) Policeman: Fine

    (B) Author: Copy Rights

    (C) Wholesale: Retail

    (D) Tenant: Rent


    Diffident: Arrogance

    (A) Confident: Ambiguous

    (B) Brazen: Modesty

    (C) Benevolent: Humanity

    (D) Momentum: Inertia


    Insomnia: Sleep

    (A) Knowledge: Study

    (B) Ataxia: Walk

    (C) Stumble: Wave

    (D) Laxative: Rest

    (E) Hunger: Appetite

    Sentence Completion


    Plastic bags are.. Symbols of consumer society, are found wherever you travel.

    (A) Rare

    (B) Ephemeral

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    The Soldierat the idea he was to go to battle.

    (A) Luckless-Rejoiced

    (B) youthful-retired

    (C) Unwilling-recoiled

    (D) Frail-relapsed

    (E) Vigorous-rebelled


    After a large Friday dinner, Salma s family was

    (A) Satiated

    (B) Argumentative

    (C) Restless

    (D) Assiduous

    (E) Esurient

    Question.23Ocean currents play a ____ role in setting long-term climate______.

    (A) vital date

    (B) important variations

    (C) major patterns

    (D) unusual changes


    I can __________ for his honesty and ability to work hard.

    (A) bet

    (B) promise

    (C) vouch

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    (D) vow

    (E) None of these

    Reading Comprehension

    Should we really care for the greatest actors of the past could we have them before us? Should we find

    them too different from our accent of thought, of feeling, of speech, in a thousand minute particulars

    which are of the essence of all three? Dr. Doranslong and interesting records of the triumphs of Garrick,

    and other less familiar, but in their day hardly less astonishing, players, do not relieve one of the doubt.

    Garrick himself, as sometimes happens with people who have been the subject of much anecdote and

    other conversation, here as elsewhere, bears no very distinct figure. One hardly sees the wood for the

    trees. On the other hand, the account of Betterton, perhaps the greatest of English actors,is

    delightfully fresh. That intimate friend of Dryden, Tillatson, Pope, who executed a copy of the actors

    portrait by Kneller which is still extant, was worthy of their friendship; his career brings out the best

    elements in stage life. The stage in these volumes presents itself indeed not merely [88] as a mirror of

    life, but as an illustration of the utmost intensity of life, in the fortunes and characters of the players. Ups

    and downs, generosity, dark fates, the most delicate goodness, have nowhere been more prominent than

    in the private existence of those devoted to the public mimicry of men and women. Contact with the

    stage, almost throughout its history, presents itself as a kind of touchstone, to bring out the bizarrerie,

    the theatrical tricks and contrasts, of the actual world.


    In the expression One hardly sees the wood for the trees, the author apparently intends the word trees

    to be analogous to

    A. features of Dorans language style

    B. details learned from oral sources

    C. personality of a famous actor

    D. details of Garricks life

    E. stage triumphs of an astonishing player


    Information supplied in the passage is sufficient to answer which of the following questions?

    (Select ALL answer choices that apply)

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    I. Who did Doran think was probably the best English actor?

    II. What did Doran think of Garrick?

    III. Would the author give a definite answer to the first question posed in the passage?

    (A)I Only

    (B)II Only

    (C)I and III only

    (D)II and III only

    (E) I, II and III

    A sanctuary may be defined as a place where Man is passive and the rest of Nature active. Till quiterecently Nature had her own sanctuaries, where man either did not go at all or only as a tool-using

    animal in comparatively small numbers. But now, in this machinery age, there is no place left where man

    cannot go with overwhelming forces at his command. He can strangle to death all the nobler wild life in

    the world to-day. To-morrow he certainly will have done so, unless he exercises due foresight and self-

    control in the mean time.

    There is not the slightest doubt that birds and mammals are now being killed off much faster than they

    can breed. And it is always the largest and noblest forms of life that suffer most. The whales and

    elephants, lions and eagles, go. The rats and flies, and all mean parasites, remain. This is inevitable in

    certain cases. But it is wanton killing off that I am speaking of to-night. Civilized man begins by

    destroying the very forms of wild life he learns to appreciate most when he becomes still more civilized.

    The obvious remedy is to begin conservation at an earlier stage, when it is easier and better in every

    way, by enforcing laws for close seasons, game preserves, the selective protection of certain species, and


    I have just defined a sanctuary as a place where man is passive and the rest of Nature active. But this

    general definition is too absolute for any special case. The mere fact that man has to protect a sanctuarydoes away with his purely passive attitude. Then, he can be beneficially active by destroying pests and

    parasites, like bot-flies or mosquitoes, and by finding antidotes for diseases like the epidemic which

    periodically kills off the rabbits and thus starves many of the carnivora to death. But, except in cases

    where experiment has proved his intervention to be beneficial, the less he upsets the balance of Nature

    the better, even when he tries to be an earthly Providence.

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    The author implies that his first definition of a sanctuary is

    A. totally wrong

    B. somewhat idealistic

    C. unhelpful

    D. indefensible

    E. immutable


    It can be inferred that the passage is

    A. part of an article in a scientific journal

    B. extracted from the minutes of a nature club

    C. part of a speech delivered to an educated audience

    D. a speech delivered in a court of law

    E. from a polemical article published in a magazine


    The purpose of the final paragraph is

    A. to sum up the main points of the authors argument

    B. to urge a solution to an increasingly pressing problem

    C. to qualify the authors definition of an important term

    D. to propose a program

    E. to suggest that man should not intervene in natural


    The authors argument that destroying bot-flies and mosquitoes would be a beneficial action is most

    weakened by all of the following EXCEPT

    A. parasites have an important role to play in the regulation of populations

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    B. the elimination of any species can have unpredictable effects on the balance of nature

    C. the pests themselves are part of the food chain

    D. these insects have been introduced to the area by human activities

    E. elimination of these insects would require the use of insecticides that kill a wide range of insects


    In a certain society, there are two marriage groups, red and brown. No marriage is permitted

    within a group. On marriage, males become part of their wives groups; women remain in their

    own group. Children belong to the same group as their parents. Widowers and divorced males

    revert to the group of their birth. Marriage to more than one person at the same time and

    marriage to a direct descendant are forbidden.QUESTION.31

    A brown female could have had

    I. A grandfather born Red

    II. A grandmother born Red

    III Two grandfathers born Brown

    (A) I only

    (B) III only

    (C) I, II and III

    (D) I and II only


    A male born into the brown group may have

    (A) An uncle in either group

    (B) A brown daughter

    (C) A brown son

    (D) A son-in-law born into red group

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    Which of the following is not permitted under the rules started

    (A) A Brown male Marrying his fathers sister

    (B) A Red female marrying her mothers brother(C)A man born Red, who is now a widower, marrying his brothers widow

    (D) A widow marrying her divorced daughters ex-husband


    If widowers and divorced males retained their group they had upon marrying which of the following

    would be permissible ( Assume that no previous marriage occurred)

    (A) A woman marrying her dead sisters husband

    (B) A woman marrying her divorced daughters ex-husband

    (C) A widower marrying his brothers daughter

    (D) A woman marrying her mothers brother who is a widower.

    Three men (Tahir, Pervaiz and Javed) and three women (Elena, Ayesha and Kiran) are spending

    a few months at Abbottabad. They are to stay in a row of nine cottages, each one living in his or

    her own cottage. There are no others staying in the same row of houses.

    1.Ayesha, Tahir and Javed do not want to stay in any cottage, which is at the end of the row.

    2.Elena and Ayesha are unwilling to stay besides any occupied cottage.

    3.Kiran is next to Pervaiz and Javed.

    4.Between Ayesha and Javed's cottage there is just one vacant house.

    5.None of the girls occupies adjacent cottages.

    6.The house occupied by Tahir is next to an end cottage.


    Which of the above statements can be said to have been derived from two other statements?

    (A)Statement 1

    (B)Statement 2

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    (C)Statement 3

    (D)Statement 5

    (E)Statement 6


    How many of them occupy cottages next to a vacant cottage?

    (A) 2

    (B) 3

    (C) 4

    (D) 5

    (E) 6


    Which among these statement(s) are true?

    I. Ayesha is between Elena and Javed.

    II.At the most four persons can have occupied cottages on either side of them.

    III.Tahir stays besides Pervaiz.

    (A)I only

    (B)II only

    (C)I and III only

    (D)II and III only

    (E)I, II and III

    An employee has been assigned the task of allotting offices to six of the staff members. The

    offices are numbered 1 - 6. The offices are arranged in a row and they are separated from each

    other by six foot high dividers. Hence voices, sounds and cigarette smoke flow easily from one

    office to another.

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    Miss Robert needs to use the telephone quite often throughout the day. Mr. Mike and Mr.

    Brown need adjacent offices as they need to consult each other often while working. Miss.

    Hardy is a senior employee and has to be allotted the office number 5, having the biggest

    window. .

    Mr. Donald requires silence in the offices next to his. Mr. Tim, Mr. Mike and Mr. Donald are all

    smokers. Miss Hardy finds tobacco smoke allergic and consecutively the offices next to hers to

    be occupied by non-smokers. Unless specifically stated all the employees maintain an

    atmosphere of silence during office hours.


    The ideal candidate to occupy the office furthest

    from Mr. Brown would be

    A. Miss Hardy

    B. Mr. Mike

    C. Mr. Tim

    D. Mr. Donald

    E. Mr. Robert


    The three employees who are smokers should be seated in the offices.

    A. 1, 2 and 4

    B. 2, 3 and 6

    C. 1, 2 and 3

    D. 1, 2 and 3

    E. 1, 2 and 6


    The ideal office for Mr. Mike would be.

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    A. 2

    B. 6

    C. 1

    D. 3

    E. 4


    In the event of what occurrence, within a period of one month since the assignment of the

    offices, would a request for a change in office be put forth by one or more employees?

    A. Mr. Donald quitting smoking.

    B. The installation of a noisy teletype machine by Miss Hardy in her office.

    C. Mr. Roberts needing silence in the office

    (s) next to her own. .

    D. Mr. Brown suffering from laryngitis.

    E. Mr. Tim taking over the duties formerly taken care of by Miss. Robert.

    There are three on-off switches on a control panel A, B, and C. They have to be changed

    from an initial setting to a second setting according to the following conditions: In case only

    switch A is the switch on in the initial setting, then turn on switch B.

    In case switches A and B are the only switches on in the initial setting, then turn on switch

    C. In case all the three switches are on initially setting, then turn off the switch C. For any

    other initial setting, turn on all switches that are off and turn off all switches, if any, that are



    In case in the initial setting is that the switches A and B are on and the switch C is off, then

    what could be the second setting?

    A. A on, B on, C on.

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    B. A on, B off, C on.

    C. A on, B off, C off.

    D. A off, B on, C off.

    E. A off, B off, C on.


    In case switch B is the only switch on in the initial setting, what must be the second setting?

    A. A on, B on, C on.

    B. A on, B on, C off.

    C. A on, B off, C on.

    D. . A off, B off, C on.

    E. A off, B off, C off.


    In case all the three switches are on in the second setting, which among the following

    could have been the initial setting ?

    A. A on, B on, C on.

    B. A on, B on, C off.

    C. A on, B off, C on.

    D. A on, B off, C off.

    E. A off, B on, C off


    In case only switch B is on in the second setting, which among the following could have

    been the initial setting ?

    A. A on, B on, C on.

    B. A on, B off, C on.

    C. A off, B on, C off.

    D. A off, B off, C on.

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    E. A off, B off, C off.


    Which among the following initial settings leads to a second setting, where only one

    switch is off?

    A. A on, B on, C off.

    B. A on, B off, C on.

    C. A off, B on, C on.

    D. A off, B on, C off.

    E. A off, B off, C off.

    Seven piano students T, U, V, W, X, Y, and Z are to give a recital, and their instructor isdeciding the order in which they will perform. Each student will play exactly one piece, a piano

    solo. In deciding the order of performance, the instructor must observe the following


    1. X cannot play first or second.

    2. W cannot play until X has played.

    3. Neither T nor Y can play seventh.

    4. Either Y or Z must play immediately after W plays.

    5. V must play either immediately after or immediately before U plays.


    If V plays first, which one of the following must be true?

    A. T plays sixth.

    B. X plays third.

    C. Z plays seventh.

    D. T plays immediately after Y.

    E. W plays immediately after X.


    If U plays third, what is the latest position in which Y can play?

    A. first

    B. second

    C. fifth

    D. sixth

    E. seventh

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    Six scientists A, B, C, D, E, and F are to present a paper each at a one-day conference. Three of

    them will present their papers in the morning session before the lunch break whereas the other

    three will be presented in the afternoon session. The lectures have to be scheduled in such a way

    that they comply with the following restrictions:

    B's should present his paper immediately before C's presentation; their presentations cannot be

    separated by the lunch break.

    D must be either the first or the last scientist to present his paper.


    In case C is to be the fifth scientist to present his paper, then B must be

    A. firstB. second

    C. third

    D. fourth

    E. sixth


    B could be placed for any of the following places in the order of presenters EXCEPT

    A. firstB. second

    C. third

    D. fourth

    E. fifth


    In case F is to present his paper immediately after D presents his paper, C could be scheduled

    for which of the following places in the order of presenters?

    A. First

    B. Second

    C. Third

    D. Fourth

    E. Fifth

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    In case F and E are the fifth and sixth presenters respectively then which of the following must

    be true?

    A. A is first in the order of presenters.B. A is third in the order of presenters.

    C. A is fourth in the order of presenters.

    D. B is first in the order of presenters.

    E. C is fourth in the order of presenters.

    Five educational films A, B, C, D, & E are to be shown to a group of students. The films are to be

    shown in a particular order, which conforms to the following conditions:

    A must be shown earlier than C.

    B must be shown earlier than D.

    E should be the fifth film shown.


    Which among the following is an acceptable order for showing the educational films ?

    A. A, C, B, D, E

    B. A, C, D, E, B

    C. B, D, C, A, E

    D. B, D, E, A, C

    E. E, B, C, A, D


    In case C is shown earlier than E, which among the following will hold true ?

    A. A is the first film shown.

    B. B is the second film shown.

    C. C is the third film shown.D. D is the fifth film shown.

    E. E is the fourth film shown.


    In case D is to be shown earlier than A, then for which among the following is there exactly one

    position from first through fifth in which it can be scheduled to be shown ?

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    A. A

    B. B

    C. C

    D. D

    E. E


    Which among the following is a pair of films that CANNOT both be shown earlier than E ?

    A. A and B

    B. A and D

    C. B and C

    D. B and D

    E. C and D


    In case D and E are shown as far apart from each other as possible, which among the following

    would be true ?

    A. A is shown earlier than B.

    B. B is shown earlier than C.

    C. C is shown earlier than E.

    D. D is shown earlier than A.

    E. E is shown earlier than B.


    In case B, D and E are to be shown one after the other in the given order, the two positions

    from first to fifth in which A could possibly be shown are

    A. first and second.

    B. first and fourth.

    C. second and third.

    D. third and fifth.

    E. fourth and fifth


    More sports journals are sold in Hornby than in Milston. Therefore, the residents of Hornby are

    better informed about major sporting events than are the residents of Milston.

    Each of the following, if true, weakens the conclusion above EXCEPT:

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    A. Hornby has a larger population than Milston.

    B. Most residents of Milston work in Hornby and buy their reading material there.

    C. The average newsstand price of journals sold in Hornby is lower than the average price ofjournals sold in Milston.

    D. A monthly journal restricted to the coverage of local events is published in Hornby.

    E. The average resident of Hornby spends less time reading sports journals than does the

    average resident of Milston


    Wheat has more nutritional value than rye. But since oats have more nutritional value than rice,

    it follows that wheat has more nutritional value than rice.

    Any of the following, if introduced into the argument as an additional premise, makes the

    argument above logically correct EXCEPT:

    A. Wheat and oats have the same nutritional value.

    B. Rye has more nutritional value than oats.

    C. Rye has more nutritional value than rice.

    D. Rye and oats have the same nutritional value.

    E. Oats have more nutritional value than wheat


    Unlike the wholesale price of raw wool, the wholesale price of raw cotton has fallenconsiderably in the last year. Thus, although the retail price of cotton clothing at retail

    clothing stores has not yet fallen, it will inevitably fall.

    Which of the following, if true, most seriously weakens the argument above?

    (A) The cost of processing raw cotton for cloth has increased during the last year.

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    (B) The wholesale price of raw wool is typically higher than that of the same volume of raw


    (C) The operating costs of the average retail clothing store have remained constant during

    the last year.

    (D) Changes in retail prices always lag behind changes in wholesale prices.

    (E) The cost of harvesting raw cotton has increased in the last year.


    Wheat has more nutritional value than rye. But since oats have more nutritional value than rice,

    it follows that wheat has more nutritional value than rice.

    Any of the following, if introduced into the argument as an additional premise, makes the

    argument above logically correct EXCEPT:

    A. Wheat and oats have the same nutritional value.

    B. Rye has more nutritional value than oats.

    C. Rye has more nutritional value than rice.

    D. Rye and oats have the same nutritional value.

    E. Oats have more nutritional value than wheat


    In an examination Rizwana has more marks than the Fauzia. Shugufta has fever marks than the

    Zahid. Fauzia and Abid have more marks than Shugufta. If the above is true which of the

    following must also be true?

    A. The Fauzia has fewer marks than the Shugufta.

    B. Fauzia has fewer points than Zahid

    C.Zahid has more points than Abid.

    D.Rizwana has more points than the Shagufta


    Ali and Nadeem are brothers. Maria & Mariam are sisters. If Ali's son is Mariams brother then

    what is the relation of Nadeem to Maria?

    A. Brother

    B. UncleC. Niece

    D. Cousin


    Many people do not read the books they purchase. For example seventeen percent of college

    students in Pakistan have text books but only forty-five percent of them read more than once a

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    yea and only seventeen percent read more than once a week. Which of the following if true

    casts doubt on the claim that most people read the books they purchase?

    A. Reading speed is increased by excessive readings.

    B. Many people buy books to pretend themselves as a scholar

    C. More people buy novels

    D. Readers often exaggerate about their book reading


    Although we may be exposed to all the various types of music - classical folk jazz rock and

    country over the course of a lifetime the type of music we loved as adolescents will always

    be our favorite. Which of the following if true would most seriously weaken the argument


    A. Some people who are exposed to folk music only late in life learn to enjoy it

    B. Some people who love rock as adolescents come to prefer classical music late in life

    C. Those who are exposed to jazz only as children never learn to appreciate it.


    The compulsory training for city wagon drivers resulted in a reduction in fatal accident rate over

    the past two years. Compared to the five-year period prior to the compulsion of the training

    fatal accident rate decreased by 25 percent. Which one of the following if true most

    substantially strengthens the argument above?

    A. The accident rate of other traffic has remained steady over the past five years.

    B. Traffic load has increased over the past five years.

    C. Road conditions in the country are better than has been previously.

    D. Accident rate of woman drivers has decreased.


    Although many alien sightings have been claimed by people of doubtful reliability there

    have been a significant number of sightings by intelligent people. It is reasonable therefore

    to assume that aliens exist and that they usually come to the earth. All of the following if

    true would severely weaken the conclusion of the argument above EXCEPT.

    A. Even people who are normally honest may lie on occasion

    B. There is no demonstrable correlation between intelligence and honesty.C. A good reputation is not assurance of accurate eyesight.

    D. Highly intelligent people are often more imaginative than others.


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    If the same quantity is added to both the numerator & denominator of a proper fraction the

    value of new fraction is:

    A. Same as the value of original fractionB. One greater than the value of original fraction

    C. less than the value of original fractionD. Greater than the value of original fraction


    Erin is twelve years old. For three years, she has been asking her parents for a dog. Her parents

    have told her that they believe a dog would not be happy in an apartment, but they have given

    her permission to have a bird. Erin has not yet decided what kind of bird she would like to have.

    A.Erin's parents like birds better than they like dogs.

    B. Erin does not like birds.

    C. Erin and her parents live in an apartment.

    D. Erin and her parents would like to move.

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    A men spent 10% of his money.after spending 60% of the remainder he has Rs.72 left .how

    much had he in the ...?

    A. 300

    B. 50

    C. 400

    D. 200

    E. 100


    if pencils are bought at RS.48 per dozen and sold at 3 for RS.15, the total profit on 5 & half


    A. 200B. 66C. 50D.40E.



    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. Gallon

    B. 2/3 gallon

    C. gallon

    D. 1 gallon

    E. 3/2 gallon


    1. Courier charges for packages to a certain destination are 65 cents for the first 250 grams and

    10 cents for each additional 100 grams or part thereof. What could be the weight in grams of a

    package for which the charge is $1.55?

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    A. 1155

    B. 1145

    C. 1040

    D. 950

    E. 259


    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


    Gerld can plant 8 trees in 6 days,his partner can plant 6 trees in 9 days,working together how

    many trees can they plant in 15 days?

    A. 70B. 30C. 40D. 19E. 14QUESTION.77

    If (2n-4)(9-5)=16, then n=?

    A. 1

    B. 4

    C. 7

    D. 6


    Which of the following numbers is a perfect square?

    A. 1266

    B. 1444

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    C. 2022

    D. 4034

    E. 8122


    What single discount is equivalent to two successive discounts of 10%

    and 15%?

    A. 25%

    B. 24%

    C. 24.5%

    D. 23.5%


    At present, Pedro's age is 25percent of his father's age. Twenty years from now Pedro's age

    would be 50percent of his fathers age. How old are they?

    (A) 10

    (B) 20

    (C) 40

    (D) 30

    (E) None


    A clock's minute hand is 10cm long. What area it will cover from 9:00am to 9pm?

    A. 183.3

    B. 200



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    Which of the following is the greatest?

    A. 40% of 30

    B. 3/5 of 25

    C. 6.5% of 200

    D. Five more than the square of 3

    E. ^-4


    (a + 2i)(bi) =

    A. a + b - i

    B. ab + 2

    C. ab + (2b - a)i + 2D. ab - 2

    E. ab + (2b - a)i2


    If the product of two numbers is 10 and the sum of the two numbers is 7, then the

    larger of the two numbers is

    (A) -2

    (B) 2

    (C) 3


    (E) 5


    If n is an integer, then which one of the following expressions must be


    A. n(n + 2)

    B. n2 + 1

    C. (n + 1)(n + 3)

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    D. n(n + 1)

    E. n(n +4)


    A lacrosse team raised some money. The members used 74% of the money to buy uniforms,18% for equipment, and remaining $216 for a team party. How much money did they raise?

    A. $2400

    B. $2450

    C. $2500

    D. $2600

    E. $2700




    A.1777 meters

    B.1822 meters

    C.400 meters

    D.1111 meters

    E.None of these


    If the length of a rectangle is increased by 30% and width is decreased by 20% then area

    A. Increases by 15%

    B. Decreases by 10%

    C. In creases by 10%

    D. In creases by 4%

    E. Decreases by 4%


    When two dices are thrown simultaneously, what is the probability that the sum of two

    numbers that turn up is less than 11?

    A. 5/6

    B. 11/12

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    C. 1/6

    D. 1/12


    A Clock gain 8 minutes every X hours. How many hours will the clock gain in 3 days?

    A. 576/X

    B. 48/5X

    C. 24/X

    D. 576/5X


    If 2x.2y = 3z , x+y/z?

    A. 1.330B. 1.750

    C. 0.750

    D. 1.585

    E. None


    The length of a rectangle is 4cm more than its breadth. The perimeter is 56cm. Then the area of


    rectangle is

    (1) 244 cm2

    (2) 192 cm2

    (3) 204 cm2

    (4) 144 cm2


    Of the 200 seniors at Millat High School, exactly 40 are in the band. 60 are in the orchestra, and

    10 are in both. How many students are in neither the band nor the orchestra?

    A. 130

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    B. 110

    C. 100



    The average of x,y,x and 40 is 10. What is the average of x,y,z.

    A. 10

    B. 0

    C. 2

    D. 15


    IF X=YZ, whixh of the following must b equal to xy?

    A. YX

    B. Y.z^2

    C. Y^2.z

    D. x/y


    IF 2^m=4x and2^w=8x, what is m in term of w?

    A. W-1

    B. W+1

    C. 2W-1

    D. 2W+1


    Marble size is 30cm*30cm. How many marbles are required to cover a square with side 3cm?

    A. 150

    B. 100

    C. 600

    D. None

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    The average of 20 numbers is zero. Of them, How many of them may begreater than zero , at the most?

    A. 1 B. 20

    C. 0 D. 19


    A coin is tossed 3 times. Find out the number of possible outcomes.

    A. None of these B. 8

    C. 2 D. 1


    On selling 17 balls at Rs. 720, there is a loss equal to the cost price of 5balls. What is the cost price of a ball?

    A. Rs. 43 B. Rs. 60

    C. Rs. 55 D. Rs. 34



    Hassnain Agha

    CUST Islamabad MS EE

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