(Paper) RRB ALP Paper Stage-2 : Exam Paper & Answer Key Held on 23-Jan-2019 Shift-3 (General Intelligence and Reasoning)
Q1. In an artificial language, ‘terake’ means ‘motherland’,’lorake’ means ‘mother tongue’ and ‘loroli’ means ‘long tongue’.
Q2. The given Venn diagram show the pet(s) that each house in a society has. How many houses have only two pets?
Q3. In this question, two statements are given, followed by three conclusion labelled I, II and III. You have to consider the statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance with commonly known facts, and decide which of the given conclusions, if any,follow(s) from the given statement.
All mansions are places
No castle are places
I: some places are mansions
II: some castles are mansions
III: No mansions are castles
a. Only conclusion I and III follow.
b. Only conclusion I follows.
c. Only conclusion III follows.
d. All the conclusions, I, II and III, follow.
Q4. choose the letter cluster that is different from the rest.
Q5. Select the option that is related to the third word on the same basis as
the second word is related to the first word.
Pipe: Cylinder :: Moon : ?
Q6. In this question, two statements are given, followed by two labelled I and II. You have to consider the statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance with commonly known facts, and decide which of the given conclusions, if any follow(s) from the given statements.
No beakers are vases.
All vases are jugs.
I: Some jugs are beakers.
II: Some Jugs are vases.
a. Neither conclusion I nor II follows.
b. Only conclusion II follows.
c. Both conclusion I and II follow.
d. Only conclusion I follows.
Q7. Select the set of letters that when sequentially placed in the gaps of
the given letter series will complete the series logically.
Q8. In the following figure, the triangle represents bakers, the square represents teachers, the circle represents Americans and the rectangle represents mothers. Which letters or set of letters represents the mothers who are neither Americans nor bakers?
Q9. In an engineering drawing, which letters written on the dimension indicated that it is extra information and NOT really required?
Q10. A statement is given, followed by two conclusions. Decide which of the given conclusions logically follow(s) from the given statement.
Emotional Quotient is a good predictor of success in career.
I: The top 10 employees in a division will have the top 10 Emotional Quotients.
II: Finding the Emotional Quotient of a candidate will give the hiring company extra useful information.
a. Only conclusion I follows.
b. Only conclusion II follows.
c. Neither conclusion I nor II follows.
d. Both conclusion I and II follow.
Q11. The weights of three boxes are 3 kg,8 kg and 12 kg. Which of the following CANNOT be the total weight, in kg of any combination of these boxes?
Q12. Choose the figure that is different from the rest.
Q13. If 14 # 2 = 80, 10 # 4 = 70 and 20 # 6 =130, then find the value of 8 # 12.
Q14. The ratio of the present age of Leela and her mother is 3:8. The mother was 25 years old when Leela was born. Find the mother’s present age (in years).
Q15. If A $ B means A is the sister of B,A # B means A is the husband of B and A * B means is the daughter of B, then what does P $ Q * R # S mean?
a. S is the sister of P
b. S is the grandmother of P
c. S is the sister-in-law of P
d. S is the mother of P
Q16. The sentences given in this question, when properly sequenced, form a coherent paragraph. Each sentence is labelled with a letter (the first sentence is not labelled and given for your reference). Choose the most logical order of sentences from among the given choices to construct a coherent paragraph.
There were once two brothers who lived on the edge of a forest.
A: One day, the elder brother went into the forest to find some firewood to
sell in the market.
B: As he went around chopping the branches of a tree, he came upon a magical tree.
C: The elder brother was very mean to his younger brother and ate up all the food and took all his good clothes.
D: The tree said to him, ‘Oh kind sir, please do NOT cut my branches.’
Q17. Choose the word that is different from the rest.
Q18. Select the option that is related to the third word on the same basis
as the second word is related to the first word.
Paper : Glue :: Brick : ?
Q19. In a certain code, EXACT is written as 91685 and milk is written as 7243. Using the same, MELT will be written as_______.
Q20. If ‘’ represents ‘x’, ’÷’ represents ‘+’ , ‘-’ represents ‘÷’ and ‘x’
represents ‘-’ , then find the value of the following expression.
8 + 4 ÷ 15 - 3 x 1
Q21. One statement is given followed by two assumptions labelled I and II. you have to consider the statement to be true, even if it seems to be at variance with commonly known facts, and decide which of the given assumptions is/are implicit in the given statement.
‘Height should be between 5 feet 6 inches and 6 feet.’ - One of the conditions for recruiting fighter pilots.
I. Fighter pilots should be presentable as they are role models for the young.
II. Only certain body types can fit in a fighter plane cockpit.
a. Both assumptions I and II are implicit.
b. Only assumption II is implicit
c. Neither assumption I nor II is implicit.
d. Only assumption I is implicit.
Q22. What is the angle between the hour hand and the minute hand of the clock at a quarter past three?
Q23. C said to D, “You are my sister’s husband’s mother-in-law.” How is D related to C?
a. D is the daughter of C.
b. D is the sister of C.
c. D is the mother of C.
d. D is the mother-in-law of C.
Q24. Find the missing number in the given series.
-2.7, -2.1, -1.5, -0.9, -0.3, ?
Q25. A pilgrim starts from her house to visit various places. She walks 13 km towards the east, then turns towards the north and walks 11 km, then turns towards the west and walks 6 km and finally turns to her right and walks 6 km. Where is she now with respect to her starting position?
a. 5 km south
b. 16 Km north
c. 5 Km north
d. 16 Km south