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Direction: Following pie-chart shows the percentage distribution of total population of six different cities and the table shows the percentage of literate population among them.(Population of city A is 1614600)

1. What is the total literate population of city A ?


A)   596248
B)   627644
C)   678132
D)   678132
E)   736128


2. What is the total number of illiterate population of city F ?


A)   437540
B)   454520
C)   473870
D)   496860
E)   512650


3. What is the difference between total number of illiterate person and total number of literate persons in city B ?


A)   72540
B)   73210
C)   74860
D)   75450
E)   76320


4. What is the average number of literate persons in all six cities ?


A)   553484
B)   565877
C)   572144
D)   588464
E)   591264


5. Total illiterate population of city D is approximately what percentage of total population of all six cities together ?


A)   21.6%
B)   18.4%
C)   15.8%
D)   13.5%
E)   12.2%
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pankul 3 months ago
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NEHA PRAJAPATI 3 months ago

YES:)

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pankul 3 months ago

thabks neha ..

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NEHA PRAJAPATI 3 months ago

WELCOME PANKUL.

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pankul 3 months ago

i think u r coming here today after some gap

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NEHA PRAJAPATI 3 months ago

yes. I was not well.

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pankul 3 months ago

oh..then hw r u feeling today??
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NEHA PRAJAPATI 3 months ago

great. thank you pankul.
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pankul 3 months ago

welcome neha..health is important ,, becoz "health is wealth"

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NEHA PRAJAPATI 3 months ago

You are scoring good in sbi po pre mocks. good going. 

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pankul 3 months ago

thanks neha..and what about u??

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NEHA PRAJAPATI 3 months ago

I gave only 2 mock.. i am scoring 45-50.

Not scoring gud in english section. I can't remember grammer rules and reading newspaper is too boring 

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pankul 3 months ago

Article of ramandeep singh----


Most of my friends who find English as Achilles heel even when they are academically pretty sound, are the ones who were not privileged to do their schooling from English medium schools, they did it from Hindi medium and other state boards. And when they come into the merciless competitive business, they considerably lag behind their privileged counterparts even when they are doing fairly well in other sections. And this is quite discouraging when you know you deserve better.


You try maintaining notes consisting grammatical rules, few antonyms-synonyms etc and you just go through these notes before going for an examination. By doing so you are limiting yourself from learning this important language, you will get to know “how?” later. In fact there are people who do not prepare this section separately as its preparation is in there day to day habits. Even when you know this section has substantial weightage in your examination pattern you prefer to prepare sections like general awareness and current affairs from hindi or other regional language newspapers and magazines. In this way you are restricting yourself from standard study material as most of the worthy books are written in English. 


Just because you look at this section from exam point of view you fail to reach the threshold.

Anyways even if I fail to make you realize what have you been doing wrong, the onus lies on you to introspect yourself. And I would like to remind this is one of the important steps to move forward. 


You must have read many articles regarding the same and almost all of them focus more or less on reading habit. I will talk on why it is so important and how to get habituated in reading because it is very easy to say read this, read that but it becomes an uphill task when you have less or no reading habits.


The ‘mass type’ includes Times of India, Telegraph etc as the language used in them are reader friendly and they contain much ‘masala stuffs’, so attracts masses. 

The ‘Class type’ consists of The Hindu, Indian Express as they contain authentic news and the language uses can challenge your English abilities. These types are very important for exam point of view. 

But I suggest beginners to start with a Mass type newspapers. Initially just turn over the pages and just check out what’s there. Now try to read whatever you like- Bollywood , Cricket, some bahu beating her saas etc.

  • Norman Lewis for Word Vocabulary – I am a great fan of this book. I have seen people mugging up synonyms-antonyms but even after sheer hard work the yield is not encouraging. This will help you learn in very scientific way and in no time you can feel the difference. Trust me you feel good about it
  • Comprehension – how easily you can comprehend completely depends on your reading habits. The more you read the lesser time you take to comprehend things. Sometimes you will find the same comprehension you have read somewhere before.
  • Spotting error – It is very difficult to remember all the grammatical rules but when you are into serious reading habits and you read some erred sentence you will instinctively know that there is some error in this part of sentence. Even if you are not certain you will be correct most of the times.
  • Maintain a diary of words- write down phrases, words which are used in particular context, speeches whatever you find worth noting down. And when you write new words, note them with context as it is easy to remember. Eg.- the ‘Gandhiji was a teetotaler’ is easier to remember than just the meaning of ‘teetotaler’.
  • Creative Writing- write comments, share experiences, set yourself free to write, write précis of editorials etc.

Do not regret about past and believe in being better than yesterday. All the best. 

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NEHA PRAJAPATI 3 months ago

thank you pankul.

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Anjali Rani 3 months ago

i m nt scoring good in quant section...

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pankul 3 months ago

first of all ..in quant . practice more simplifications or approximations..it covers 5 marks 

then quadratic equations -5 marks.., number series -5marks, but out of 5 marks from number series u can score atleast 3-4 marks  and one DI  easily..

so total 5+5+3+5=18  or 1 more marks in number series then it will be 19...now..about word problems----do only selective topics ...imp. topics are---ages, partnership, trains ,time and distance, time and work, boats and streams, average, profit loss

from these topics at least 4 questions may ask in sbi po prelims..

give at least one week for each word problems for example--1week for ages , 1 week for trains, an so on

daily try to solve at least two DI's 

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NEHA PRAJAPATI 3 months ago

but what about sbi po mains? 

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pankul 3 months ago

only DI's--

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NEHA PRAJAPATI 3 months ago

can u suggest any book or website for DI?
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pankul 3 months ago

yes..u can refer ibps guide..in this website they r selling  250 DI's in only 99 rs..for sbi po mains

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NEHA PRAJAPATI 3 months ago

Thank you so much pankul.

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pankul 3 months ago

this will help u a lot...i also want to buy these DI'S

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BHARKAM PRIYANKA 3 months ago

Can any one explain 2nd problem

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pankul 3 months ago

total population is given 7800000

then 13% of city F =10,14,000

now it is given in table that 51 percent are literate of F then remaining is 49%=illiterate

so, 49% of 10,14,000 =496860

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