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iGate Placement Papers - Aptitude and Reasoning Questions


The written test paper consists of 2 sections:

1. Technical
2. Non Technical

Non Technical paper consists of 2 sections:

1. English Proficiency (20 Questions)
2. General Aptitude (30 Questions)

Total duration for solving this paper is generally 60 minutes. Each question contains 4 options out of which only one is correct. No negative marking. 

Section B: General Aptitude

1. Currently, the age of a father is three times that of his son. 2.5 years from now, age of the father becomes 2.5 times that of the son. The age of son currently is?

A. 22 years
B. 18 years
C. 15 years
D. 20 years

2. The total of ages of X, Y and Z is 27. X is 2 years older than Y who happens to be twice as old as Z. What is the age of Y?

A. 10
B. 9
C. 11
D. 8

3. 3/8th of a number is 1257. What will be 1/4th of that number?

A. 926
B. 838
C. 670
D. 559

4. ( 517 X 517 X 517 + 483 X 483 X 483)/(517 X 517 – 517 X 483 + 483 X 483). Find the result of this expression.

A. 1
B. 1000
C. 5436948
D. 23,45,683

5. Find out an alternative figure which contains the figure (x) shown below

A. 1
B. 2
C. 3
D. 4

6. Find out the figure that best completes the following the following pattern:

A. 1
B. 2
C. 3
D. 4

7. Find out the figure which completes the matrix:

A. 1
B. 2
C. 3
D. 4

8. A@B means that A is mother of B, A # B means A is B’s sister. A * B means A is the father of B and A$B means that A is B’s brother. Considering all this, which of the following represents that R is uncle of T?

A. R*P$S@Q#T
B. P*R#Q#S@T
C. P*R$Q#S*T
D. S*P$R*U$T

9. In a particular gathering you will find an architect, an advocate, a banker, a shopkeeper, a dentist and a contractor. F, the contractor is the grandchild of the dentist. The banker D is wedded to A. C, the shopkeeper is wedded to advocate. B is F’s mother. F is E’s brother. Also in this group there are only two married couples. A and C hold a father son relationship and B – E hold a mother daughter relationship. 
Based on the given data determine the total number of male members in the group?

A. 2
B. 1
C. 3
D. Nothing can be said

10. Select the option from below which best matches the statement mentioned below logically.
If you have a suitcase with you, you are off to the railway station.

A. If you don’t have a suitcase with you, you are not heading towards the railway station.
B. If you have a bag with you then you are not off to the railway station.
C. If you are not heading towards a railway station you do not have a suitcase with you. 
D. None of the above

11. Select the option from below which best matches the statement mentioned below logically.
If you apply the formula, you can get your solution. 

A. If you don’t use the formula you will not get your solution.
B. Using the formula is mandatory to get the solution.
C. If you have solved the problem, you have used the formula.
D. None of the above

12. Select the option that is true keeping in mind the statements and the conclusions:

Statements:
Some shirts are pants. All pants are black

Conclusions:
1. All black pants are shirts. 
2. Some shirts are black

A. Only conclusion 1 is true
B. Only conclusion 2 is true
C. Both are true
D. Neither one is true

13.Statement:
Some circles are shapes. 
Some squares are circles.

Conclusion: 

1. Some squares are shapes 
2. Some shapes are not circles.

A. Only conclusion 1 is true
B. Only conclusion 2 is true
C. Both are true
D. Neither one is true

14. Which of the following addresses is not the exact match of the address written below?

UK Consulate General
Palais De Nations
164, rue de Lausanne CH-1251 Geneva 21
Switzerland

A. UK Consulate General
Palais De Nations
164, rue de Lausanne CH-1251 Geneva 21
Switzerland 

B. UK Consulate General
Palais De Nations
164, rue de Lausanne CH-1251 Geneva 21
Switzerland 

C. UK Consulate General
Palais De Nations
164, rue de Lausann CH-1251 Geneva 21
Switzerland 

D. UK Consulate General
Palais De Nations
164, rue de Lausanne CH-1251 Geneva 21
Switzerland

15. Which of the following addresses is not exactly same as the one mentioned below?

Paints and Pressure Washing Services
561, Ajmer Highway
Jaipur, 302037 (0141)2761554

A. Paints and Pressure Washing Services
561, Amer Highway
Jaipur, 302037 (0141)2761554

B. Paints and Pressure Washing Services
561, Ajmer Highway
Jaipur, 302037 (0141)2761554

C. Paints and Pressure Washing Services
561, Ajmer Highway
Jaipur, 302037 (0141)2761554

D. Paints and Pressure Washing Services
561, Ajmer Highway
Jaipur, 302037 (0141)2761554

16. Tick the option which follows the same analogy

GIKM: HJLN :: LNPR: ????

A. OQST
B. MOQR
C. MOQS
D. LPQR

17. If in a certain code TEACHING is coded as CHEATING then in that code how is GRADIENT coded?

A. DIRAGENT
B. RGDIEANT
C. DIERATING
D. RADIGENT

18. Tick the option which follows the same analogy

Accommodation: Rent :: Journey: ?????

A. Fare
B. Tax
C. Spending
D. Luggage

19. There are five people who read a particular newspaper: A, B, C, D and E. The person who read the newspaper first gave it to C. The person who read the newspaper last took it from A. E did not read the newspaper at first or at last There are 2 readers between B and A. 

Who does B pass the newspaper to?

A. A
B. C
C. D
D. None of these

20. A toy retailer sells a toy at 8% gain. Had he sold the toy for Rs 75 less he would have lost 2%. What is the CP of this toy?

A. 450 Rs
B. 750 Rs
C. 350 Rs
D. 850 Rs

21. Ajay is a furniture retailer. He has plans to sell a particular table for INR 720. If for this price he makes a gain of 20% what is the CP of the table?

A. INR 850
B. INR 600
C. INR 720
D. INR 575

22. A man covers a particular square distance by walking along the diagonal. What percentage of his distance was saved by not walking along the edges?

A. 15%
B. 30%
C. 25%
D. 20%

23. A painter takes 25 days to paint 35 walls. How many days will he take to paint 55 walls?

A. 40 days
B. 39 days
C. 32 days
D. 33 days

24. A train running at ½ of its original speed reaches its destination in 18 hours. How much time would have been saved if the train was running at its original speed?

A. 9 hours
B. 6 hours
C. 12 hours
D. 4 hours

25. What must be added to two numbers which are present in the ratio of 5:12 so that the new ratio becomes 3:4?

A. 5
B. 16
C. 12
D. 8

26. If A:B:: 3:7 then what is the value of (5a + 6b): (a – 2b)?

A. 57:11
B. 11:10
C. -11:10
D. -57:11

27. A and B together can finish a work in 30 days. They together worked for 20 days and the B left. A took 20 more days to finish the work alone. How many days would B have had taken to finish the entire work?

A. 48 days
B. 50 days
C. 60 days
D. 54 days

28. This question is based on an arrangement:

W1R%4JE*7MT219BH3A$9FQ5DG6USP

If you interchange the position of A and E and similarly change the position of R and U too, then how many vowels are present in this arrangement which precede or succeed a vowel?

A. 9
B. 2
C. 1
D. 3

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