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## SSC CGL (Tier- I ) Mock Test

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**SSC CGL (Tier-I) Mock Test**Direction:- In questions no. 1 to 3 select the related words/ letters/ number from the given alternatives. 1. 76 : 42 : : 66 : ? 1) 63 2) 12 2. PARLEG : ALGPRE :: NATURE : ? 1). AUETNR 2) AUENTR 3) AUNETR 4) ATENUR 3. 36 : 114 :: 49 : ? 1) 412 2) 228 11. 24 25 20 9 5 50 10 3 ? 24 4 12 1) 15 3) 35 4) 36 2) 20 3) 5 4) 40 12. 63 7 5 4 9 6 ? 30 20 1) 3 2) 5 3) 2 4) 8 13. 2 3) 91 4) 81 3 4 ? 5 5 41 3 13 1) 46 Direction:- In Questions number 4 and 5 find the odd. 4. 1). TROK 2) WURN 3) AYVR 4) ACJF 5. 1) 136 – 1410 2) 312 – 316 3) 121 – 134 4) 691 – 61516 2) 23 3) 25 4) 31 14. Some statements are given followed by two conclusions I and II. You have to consider the statements to be true, even if they seem to be at variance from commonly known facts. You are to decide which of the given conclusions can definitely be drawn from the given statements. Indicate your answer. Statements: All files are papers. Some papers are books. Some books are journals. Conclusions: I. All files are journals. II. All books are not journals 1) Neither conclusion I nor II follows 2) Only conclusion I follows 3) Only conclusion II follows 4) Both conclusions I and II follow 15. In a row, 25 trees are planted at equal distance from each other. The distance between Istand 25thtree is 30 m. What is the distance between 3rdand l5thtree? 1) 8 m 2) 15 m Directions:- In questions no.6 and 7, which set of letters when sequentially placed at the paper in the given letter series. 6. a_cbc_ca_ab_bca_ab 1) b a b c c 3) a b c b c 7. aa _ a _ b _ abaa _ 1) abab 2) baab 8. Arrange the following words as per order in the dictionary : 1) Recollect 3) Report 5) Repeal 1) 1,3,2,4,5 3) 5,3,4,2,1 9. If SPANK is coded as PSNAK, then THROW is coded as 1) HTWOR 3) HTROW 10. Which of the following interchange of signs would make the given equation correct? 2 × 3 + 6 – 12 ÷ 4 = 3 1) × and ÷ 3) + and ÷ Direction:- (Q11-13) Find the missing number from given response- 2) b c a b b 4) b c a b c 3) baba 4) abba 2) Remember 4) Repeat 2) 3,2,1,4,5 4) 1,2,5,4,3 3) 16 m 4) 18 m Direction:- (Q16-17) Find out the missing term. 16. DHK, GKN, JNQ, ? . 1) MRU 2) MQT 17. 46, 50,47, 55, 49, 61,? 1) 54 2) 52 18. Anand travels 10 kms from his home to the east to reach his school. Then he travels 5 kms to the south to reach his father’s shop, after school. He then travels 10 kms to the 2) HTWRO 4) HTORW 3) LPS 4) NRU 3) 57 4) 51 2) + and – 4) – and ÷ Tilak Nagar-9311566241 Karol Bagh-8376934679 Pitampura-8376934648 Munirka-9650549487 Laxmi nagar-9953283708**24. Find the urban, corrupt employees in the**following diagram: Rural People west to help his uncle. How far and in which direction is he from his home ? 1) 10 kms North 2) 5 kms South 3) 5 kms East 4) 10 kms West 19. At a birthday party, 5 friends are sitting in a row. ‘M’ is to the left of ‘O’ and to the right of ‘P’. ‘S’ is sitting to the right of T, but to the left of ‘P’. Who is sitting in the middle? 1) O 2) P Urban People 2 4 56 3 789 11 Corrupt People Employees 12 1) 11 2) 9 3) 7 4) 12 3) S 4) M 25. A word is represented by only one set of numbers as given in any one of the alternatives. The sets of numbers given in the alternatives are represented by two classes of alphabets as in two matrices given below. The columns and rows of Matrix 1 are numbered from 0 to 4 and that of Matrix II are numbered from 5 to 9. A letter from these matrices can be represented first by its row and next by its column, e.g., ‘D’ can be represented by 11, 25, etc., and ‘J’ can be represented by 67, 78, etc. Similarly, you have to identify the set for the given word. “MILK” Directions: statements is given followed by conclusions / inferences. You have to consider the statement to be true, even if it seems to be at variance from commonly known facts. You are to decide which of the given conclusions / inferences can definitely be drawn from the given statement. Indicate your answer. 20.Statements: (I) Some students are intelligent. (II) Ankita is a student. Conclusions: 1. Some students are dull. 2. Ankita is intelligent. 1) Only 1 follows 3) Only 2 follows 21. If H = 8 and HAT = 29, find how BOX = ? 1) 46 2) 43 22. From the answer figures, find out the figure which is the exact mirror image of the question figure, when the mirror is place on the line 'MN'? Question figure: M In Question No. 20, two Matrix-II Matrix-I 0 1 D E 2 H G 3 G 4 F E 5 E D H F G 1 3 F E F D F E D H G 2 4 G H 5 0 6 7 M 8 9 10 K 6 I 7 J K L 8 9 10 L J K I L J M 2) Only 1and2 follows 4) None follows M D H I K J L M K I M 3) 42 4) 41 I L J 1) 98,66,79,77 3) 98,86,77,99 2 3 2 – 2 3 and b. 1) a = 2; b =5 2) 98,79,77,86 4) 86,77,99,98 3 26. 6 then the value of a = a + b 2) a =5 ; b = 2 N 6 6 Answer figures: 5 3 4) a =5 3) a = 4; b = ; b = 4 3 27.If 2(cos2θ – sin2θ ) = 1 (θ is a positive acute), then cotθ is equal to 1 3 28.The angles of depression of the top and he bottom of a building of height h units, from the top of a monument of height H units are complementary. If the distance between the building and the monument is ‘a’ units, then it is always true that 1) 2) 3) 4) 23.Which answer figure will complete the pattern in the question figure? Question figure: 1) – 3 3 2) 3) 1 4) + + + ? + Answer figures: + + + + + + + + 1) 2) 3) 4) Tilak Nagar-9311566241 Karol Bagh-8376934679 Pitampura-8376934648 Munirka-9650549487 Laxmi nagar-9953283708**BC at D. If BD = 3 cm, then the length of**CD is 1) 1.5cm 2) 5cm 37. A and B entered into a partnership with capitals in the ratio 4:5. After 3 months A withdrew1 4 1 5 months was ` 760. A’s share in this profit is 1) 330 2) 360 38.The total area of a circle and a rectangle is equal to 1166 sq.cm. The diameter of the circle is 28 cms. What is the sum of the circumference of the circle and the perimeter of the rectangle if the length of the rectangle is 25 cm? 1) 186cm 2) 182cm 3) 184cm 4) None of these 39. Two circles touch externally. The sum of their areas is 130π cm2and the distance between their centres is 14 cm. Find the radius of the larger circle. 1) 8 cm 2) 9 cm 40. The length of the side of a square is 14cm. Find out the ratio of the radii of the inscribed and circumscribed circle of the square. 1) 2 : 3 3) 2 : 1 41. In what time would a cistern be filled by three pipes whose diameters are 1cm, 11 h a H a a 2)H a h 1) H h H H H a H 3) 3cm 4) 6cm a a a H h 3) 4) H h x 29. If cos43° = , then the value of tan of his capital and B withdrew 2 2 x y 47° is of his capital. The gain at the end of 10 y y x 1) 2) 2 2 x y 3) 450 4) 540 x y x 3) 4) 2 2 x y 30.The avearage of 11 numbers is 63. If the average of first six numbers is 60 and the last six numbers is 65 then the 6th number is: 1) 57 2) 60 3) 62 4) 54 3 3 2 3 2 3 31.If x = a a b a a b , then x3+ 3bx is equal to: 1) 0 2) a 32. Two circles with centres P and Q intersect at B and C. A, D are points on the circles with centres P and Q respectively such that A, C, D are collinear. If BQD = x°, then the value of x is: 1) 65 2) 130 33. A group of 18 men and 12 women can do a piece of work in 18 days. A woman takes twice as much time as a man to do the work. How many days will 8 men take to finish the same work ? 1) 48 2) 45 34. Two trains of some length, are running on parallel tracks in opposite directions with speed 65 km/hour and 85 km/hour respectively. They cross each other in 6 seconds. The length of each train is 1) 100 metre 3) 125 metre 35. A 320 metre long train takes 80 seconds more to cross a platform twice its length than it takes to cross a pole at the same speed. What is the speed of the train in metre/second ? 1) 16 2) 10 4) None of these 36. In a isosceles triangle ABC, AB = AC; a circle drawn with AB as diameter intersects 3) 2a 4) 1 3) 10 cm 4) 11 cm APB = 130° and 3) 195 4) 135 2) 2 : 1 4) 1 : 2 3 3) 50 4) 54 cm and 2cm, running together, when the largest pipe alone can fill it in 61 minutes; given that the amount of water flowing in by each pipe being proportional to the square of its diameter? 1) 32 minutes 2) 36 minutes 3) 40 minutes 4) 44 minutes 42. In a bag there are coins of 5 paise, 10 paise and 25 paise in the ratio of 3 : 2 : 1. If there are all Rs 30, how many 5 paise coins are there? 1) 50 2) 100 43. Vivek is 30 years younger than his uncle today. 5 years ago, Vivek was1 2) 115 metre 4) 150 metre 3) 150 4) 200 3) 6 4th as old as Tilak Nagar-9311566241 Karol Bagh-8376934679 Pitampura-8376934648 Munirka-9650549487 Laxmi nagar-9953283708**49. What was the increase in registration of**vehicles other than cars from Jan to April 2013? 1)8000 3) 15000 50. What was the percentage of increase in registration of cars from May to June 2013 ? 1) 11 % 3) 64.7% 51. Which of the following is used to prevent soil erosion on hill slopes? 1) Afforestation 3) Water logging 52. Khilafat movement was started in India 1) for getting Muslim Homeland 2) as a protest against British suppression of Turks 3) to preserve Turkish Empire with Khilafat as temporal head 4) as a protest against communal politics 53. _____________are known as the “ecological hot spot of India”? 1) Western Ghats 3) Western Himalayas 4) Sunderbans 54. Which among the following countries are referred to as the ‘Golden Crescent’ the largest opium industry in the world? 1) Myanmar, Laos and Thailand 2) Afghanistan, Iran and Iraq 3) Afghanistan, Pakistan and Iran 4) Myanmar, Malaysia and Thailand 55. What is Depreciation? 1) Gross national product - Net national product 2) Net national product - Gross national product 3) Gross national product - Personal income 4) Personal income - Personal taxes 56. The Mughal emperor___________was illiterate. 1) Jahangir 3) Akbar 57. What is an emulsion? 1) A colloid of gas in a liquid 2) A colloid of liquid in a liquid 3) A colloid of liquid in a gas 4) A colloid of gas in a solid 58. One nautical mile is the same as 1) 1852 metres his uncle. How old will Vivek’s uncle be 5 years from today? 1) 55 years 2) 45 years 3) 135 years 4) 50 years 44. Rs. 800 is divided among A, B and C so that 2) 10000 4) 5000 3 5of A’s share, Rs. 20 Rs. 50 more than 2) 39.28% 4) None of these more than4 of B’s share, Rs. 40 more than 9 5 of C’s share are equal. What is B’s 19 share? 1) Rs. 150 3) Rs. 380 2) Crop Rotation 4) Contour farming 2) Rs. 270 4) Rs. 420 3 –2 45. If 5 5 × 53÷ 1) 4 46. A boat goes 24 km upstream and 28 km downstream in 6 hours. It goes 30 km upstream and 21 km downstream in 6 hours and 30 minutes. The speed of the boat in still water is 1) 8km/hr 3) 12 km/hr 47. Find three rational numbers between 2.5 and 3, 1) 2.65, 2. 701001071.. ..,2. 75 2) 2.8,0,2.75 3) 2.625, 2.75, 2.875 4) None of these. 48. On dividing a number by 13, we get 1 as remainder. If the quotient is divided by 5, we get 3 as a remainder. If this number is divided by 65, what will be the remainder? 1) 40 2) 18 = 5a + 2, then the value of 3) 6 5 2) 5 4) 8 2) Eastern Ghats 2) 9 km/hr 4) 10 km/hr 3) 28 4) 16 Direction:- Question (49-50) The following bar diagram shows the registration of cars and total vehicles (in thousands) during first six months of the year 2013 in Delhi. Cars Vehicles 50 45 40 35 30 25 20 15 10 5 0 Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun 2) ShahJahan 4) Aurangazeb 45 35 35 28 27 25 22 21 20 17 15 15 2) 2000 metres Tilak Nagar-9311566241 Karol Bagh-8376934679 Pitampura-8376934648 Munirka-9650549487 Laxmi nagar-9953283708**69. The national anthem of Bangladesh “Amar**Sonar Bangla” has been written by 1) Anisur Rahman 2) Rabindranath Tagore 3) Nazrul Islam 4) Bankim Chandra Chatterjee 70. The right to free & compulsory education for children between the age of 6 and 14 was introduced in the constitution through 1) 21stAmendment 2) 3) 91stAmendment 4) 97thAmendment 71. Which among the following isn’t an All India Service? 1) Indian Administration Service 2) Indian Police Service 3) Indian Foreign Service 4) Indian Forest Service 72. Sunderban forest can be classified as 1) Scrub jungles 3) Deciduous forests 4) Tundra 73. ___________is the unit for measurement of noise. 1) Watt 3) Centigrade 74. Who among the following defeated Arabs in 738 A. D.? 1) Pratiharas 3) Palas 75. Who among the following founded Atmiya Sabha? 1) Swami Dayananda Saraswati 2) Swami Vivekananda 3) Raja Ram Mohan Roy 4) Ishwar Chandra Vidyasagar 3) 1575 metres 59. ____________is also known as White Vitriol. 1) Zinc Sulphate 2) Potassium Chloride 3) Zinc Phosphate 4) Aluminium Oxide 60. What is a formalised system of trading agreements among groups of countries is known as? 1) Trading blocks 2) Trade ventures 3) Trade partners 4) Trade organizations 61. Whose writing influenced Mahatma Gandhi profoundly? 1) Bernard Shaw 3) Lenin 62. Which day is celebrated as the National Sports Day of India? 1) July 29 3) April 26 63. _________ are the seismic sea waves which approach the coasts at great force 1) Tides 3) Current 64. _________are the depression formed by the deflating action of winds 1) Playas 3) Ventifacts 65. Which of the following does the Indian Standard Time relate to? 1) 75.5º E longitude 2) 82.5º E longitude 3) 90.5º E longitude 4) 0º longitude 66. ____________is the excess of price an individual is willing to pay rather than forego the consumption of the commodity. 1) Price 3) Producer surplus 4) Consumer surplus 67. Tetra ethyl lead is used as 1) a catalyst in burning fossil fuel 2) an antioxidant 4) an antiknock compound 68. Which of the following is the star second nearest to the Earth after the Sun? 1) Vega 3) Proxima Centauri 4) Alpha Centauri 4) 2050 metres 86thAmendment 2) Karl Marx 4) Leo Tolstoy 2) Mangroves 2) August 29 4) October 20 2) REM 4) Decibel 2) Tsunami 4) Cyclone 2) Rashtrakutas 4) Chalukyas 2) Yardang 4) Sand dunes Directions (Q.76 to 79): Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions given below it. In February this year, the government presented its new population policy with much fanfare. Although claiming to incorporate new and more effective incentives for population stabilization, a close examination of the policy reveals that it is discrimination" policy population management policy. Lacking in concrete measures, the crux of the policy rests on denying states representation to parliament based on their population. In other words - the essence 2) Profit 3) a reductant more than a "population an effective 2) Sirius Tilak Nagar-9311566241 Karol Bagh-8376934679 Pitampura-8376934648 Munirka-9650549487 Laxmi nagar-9953283708**of the population policy is that by taking away**the democratic rights of those states whose population is growing too fast - i.e. the states in the Hindi belt - these states will somehow find a way of controlling their population. This is both naive and absurd - even as it is discriminatory and unethical under India's constitution. 3). The government has not done enough in order to discipline the Hindi-belt states 4). It is the responsibility of the centre and not the state to sort out the population problem 79. As claimed by the government, the new population policy 1). Can be rightly termed as a "population discrimination" policy 2). Will teach a lesson to the Hindi-belt states 3). Is nothing but old wine in a new bottle 4). Has better provisions for ensuring population control The new population policy is but a sophisticated excuse for passing the buck - and for ensuring that nothing concrete is done. Rather than investigate why the Hindi-belt states have failed to control their population and what the centre could do to facilitate that process, the centre has taken to a cheap discriminatory formulation that essentially washes its hands off the problem - as if India as a whole will be unaffected by unsustainable population growth in the Hindi- belt states. Directions (Q.80 to 82): Out of the four alternatives choose the one which can be substituted for the given words / sentence. 80. One whose motive is merely to get money 1) Sinecure 3) Mercenary 81. To have a very high opinion of oneself 1) Exaggeration 3) Abundance 82. Government by a small group of people 1) clique 3) oligopoly 2) Honorary 4) Red-tapism 76. As per the passage, which of the following is true? 1). The new population policy is in line with the spirit of constitution 2). Tangible efforts have been made by the government towards the management of population 3). The centre has done little to find out why certain states have failed to contain their population 4). The new population undemocratic, yet ethical in nature 77. The essence of the new population policy is 1). To refrain from taking any concrete steps towards solving the population problem 2). That a state is responsible for managing its population and centre has no right to interfere in it 3). That the states will come to manage their population if their democratic rights are denied 4). To punish the Hindi-belt states which are responsible for population explosion 78. The author is of the opinion that 1). India will not be affected by the unsustainable population growth in the Hindi-belt states 2). The new population policy is a pretext for the government to shirk away its responsibility 2) Adulation 4) Conceited 2) oligarchy 4) monarchy Directions (Q.83 to 85): Given below are sentences where blanks have to be filled with an appropriate word(s). Four alternatives are suggested for each question. Choose the correct alternative out of the four. 83. Hardly had the guests arrived ………….it started snowing. 1) When 3) After 84. As no conclusive evidence was there, the accused were acquitted ………..the charge. 1) Of 3) Off 85. The President has ………… the death penalty of the convict. 1) Set about 3) Set down Directions (Q.86 to 89): Find out which part of the sentence has an error. If a sentence is free from error, mark “No error” as your answer. policy is 2) Before 4) Then 2) From 4) With 2) Set aside 4) Set upon Tilak Nagar-9311566241 Karol Bagh-8376934679 Pitampura-8376934648 Munirka-9650549487 Laxmi nagar-9953283708**86. The electrician has been repairing 1) / our**water pump 2) / since two hours 3). No error 4) 87. If she will agree not to scold me 1) / I will tell her the truth 2) / regarding the last week's events 3). No error 4) 88. These days many a youngster 1) / is upset 2) / because of lack opportunities 3). No error 4) 89. Who has the Principal invited 1) / for the lecture on 2) / metaphysics this afternoon? 3). No error 4) Directions:- (Q.90 to 92): Select the word in the following questions which is wrongly spelt. 90. 1) Sieze 3) Weird 91. 1) Vendetta 3) Vociferrate 92. 1) Poignant 3) Prévalent Directions:- (Q.93 to 95): A part of the sentence is underlined. Below are given alternatives to the underlined part at (1), (2) and (3) which may improve the sentence. Choose the correct alternative. In case no improvement is needed your answer is (4). 93. Tell him that our leader has granted him the permission of stay in our country. 1) with staying 3) for stay 94. If I was you, I wouldn’t trust a miscreant like him. 1) If I have been you 2) If I were you 3) If I have been you 4) No improvement 95. We were amazed through his performance in the competition. 1) from 3) with Directions (Q.96 to 98): Select the word which is Opposite to the word given in CAPITALS 96. MUNIFICENT 1) Miserly 3) Perplexing 97. JARRING 1). Disconcerting 3). Mellifluous 98. NEBULOUS 1). Clear 3). Wholesome Directions:- (Q.99 to 100): Choose the exact meaning of expressions/phrases 99. Bull in a China shop: 1) To make new plans 2) Warn of danger that is not there 3) Willing to fight and hurt others 4) A person with no tact who upsets others 100. Pie in the sky: 1) Beautiful surroundings 2) Event unlikely to happen 3) Rainy season 4) Foreign traditions 2) at 4) No improvement of employment 2) Faulty 4) Grandiose 2). Shocking 4). Smothering 2) Achieve 4) Leisure 2) Vicarious 4) Verisimilitude 2) Relevent 4) Malignant 2). Young 4). Imprecise the idiomatic 2) to stay 4) No improvement Tilak Nagar-9311566241 Karol Bagh-8376934679 Pitampura-8376934648 Munirka-9650549487 Laxmi nagar-9953283708**ANSWER**5.(2) 15.(2) 25.(3) 35.(4) 1.(4) 11.(2) 21.(4) 31.(3) 41. (2) 42. (3) 43.(4) 44. (2) 45. (1) 51.(4) 52.(3) 53.(1) 54.(3) 61.(4) 62.(2) 63.(2) 64.(4) 71.(3) 72.(2) 73.(4) 74.(1) 81.(4) 82.(2) 83.(1) 84.(1) 91.(3) 92.(2) 93.(2) 94.(2) 2.(2) 12.(2) 13.(3) 14.(1) 22.(3) 23.(1) 24.(2) 32.(2) 33.(4) 34.(3) 3.(1) 4.(4) 6.(1) 16.(2) 26.(1) 36.(3) 46. (4) 47. (3) 48. (1) 56.(3) 57.(2) 58.(1) 66.(4) 67.(4) 68.(3) 76.(3) 77.(3) 78.(2) 86.(3) 87.(1) 88.(4) 96.(1) 97.(3) 98.(1) 7.(2) 17.(2) 18.(2) 27.(4) 28.(3) 37.(1) 38.(2) 8.(4) 9.(4) 19.(2) 29.(3) 39.(4) 49. (1) 59.(1) 69.(2) 79.(4) 89.(1) 99.(4) 10. (2) 20. (4) 30. (1) 40. (4) 50. (3) 60. (1) 70. (2) 80. (3) 90. (1) 100. (2) 55.(1) 65.(2) 75.(3) 85.(2) 95.(2) Tilak Nagar-9311566241 Karol Bagh-8376934679 Pitampura-8376934648 Munirka-9650549487 Laxmi nagar-9953283708