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mount mullick 5 months ago

there are many mistakes in the papers . many times the questions are incomplete. for ex series 1 paper 4 is a good example . Yours is a good initiative , appreciable

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GovJobAdda, BTM, Bangalore 5 months ago

Hey Mount Mullick,

Thanks for your appreciation. We currently are a small team of few dedicated members who work day and night to make tests live as per the latest pattern and resolve any issue we find. There may be scenarios when we might make some mistakes, we apologize from our side for any such mistakes we make. 

Can you please provide us the exact question(s) which has/have issues because we could not find one.

We again thank you for your feedback and time.

Thanks and all the best for your exam :)

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mount mullick 5 months ago

ok sir I will do the same from next time .. 

Thanks a lot for the initiative .

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nishant atrey 5 months ago

he answr tisquetion iswrong n there are many questins and there are ncomplete question too how we could analysis ourselves with these question papers

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sandeep saini 5 months ago

Dear admin

Your site is awesome. 

But there are some mistakes....

1. Option is 5 at the place of 4 in many questions.

2. Checking is wrong in 2-3 questions. 

3. Language is only english.

4. Question level is not up to the mark.


Thanks 

Sandeep kumar

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Mukesh 5 months ago

First of all thanks for the initiative. I would like to draw your attention particularly towards  English section in this,  questions of voice and Narration are asked while these are not in syllabus of tier 1. Sometimes questions are incomplete so please improve it. Thanks 

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parth 5 months ago


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parth 5 months ago

wrong ans in series 3 test no 2 ..and increase my marks too..:)

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abhik 3 months ago

my self Abhik  , i am also aspirants like you ...16 no is ok ...its having error . Q no. 55 and 56 where is wrong ....

if you don't know the answer , its ok .

but even if you don't know and blaming for wrong this not good, keep in mind next time .

qno 55 is right i.e  14    already given solution ... 

qno 56 is also right i.e 49  its asking for smaller no ...ok check it once ... 

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ANAND SRIVASTAVA 5 months ago

Question 20 of 25 You got this Question Wrong.

A piece of paper is folded and cut as shown below in the question figures. From the given answer figures, indicate how it will appear when opened.
A.
A
B.
B
C.
C
D.
D

(sir please review this.i am sure that i was right here. 
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Shashank 4 months ago

You got it right
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GovJobAdda, BTM, Bangalore 4 months ago

Hey could you please tell us the set no. and the test no.

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ANAND SRIVASTAVA 5 months ago

There are 40 students in a hostel. If the number of students increases by 5, the expenses of the mess increases by Rs. 45 per day while the average expenditure per head decreases by Rs. 1. Find the total original expenditure of the mess.
A.
Rs. 360
B.
Rs. 720
C.
Rs. 765
D.
Rs. 480
Explanation :
Suppose the average expenditure was Rs x.
The total expenditure = 40x, when 5 more students join the mess, total expenditure = 40x + 45.
Now, the average expenditure = (40x + 45)/(40 + 5) = (40x + 45)/45.
Now, we have : 
or 40x + 45 = 45 (x -1)
or 45x – 40x = 45 + 45
or 5x = 90
.'. x = 18.
The original expenditure of the mess = 40 × 18 = Rs 720.

(sir this answer is wrong as i think because here the question is "total original expenditure" not the the previous expenditure.please solve my doubt)
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GovJobAdda, BTM, Bangalore 4 months ago

Hey could you please tell us the set no. and the test no.



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GovJobAdda, BTM, Bangalore 4 months ago

Anand, your answer is incorrect, original expenditure here means the expenditure when the no. of students was 40. 

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ANAND SRIVASTAVA 5 months ago

Question 14 of 25 You got this Question Wrong.
6 men can complete a piece of work in 14 days. 14 women can complete it in 12 days while 28 children can complete the same piece of work in 9 days. In how many days can 8 men, 2 women and 5 children complete the same piece of work?
A.
8/63 days
B.
27 days
C.
63/8 days
D.
33 days
Explanation :
1 man can complete the work = 6 × 14 = 84 days
1 woman can complete the work = 14 × 12 = 168 days
1 child can complete the work in = 28 × 9 = 252 days
(8 men + 2 women + 5 children)'s 1 day's work =
=> ( 8/84 + 2/168 + 5/252) 
= 1/84( 8 + 1 + 5/3)
= 32/(84 * 3) 
= 8/63.
Hence, they will do work in 63/8 days.
{sir here the answer is right but option that is marked is wrong.please clear my doubt}
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GovJobAdda, BTM, Bangalore 4 months ago

Hey Anand,

Thanks a lot for pointing out issues in the test. We appreciate your effort to share the screenshot.  We would like to offer you a free mobile recharge of Rs. 50 from our side. Please message me personally on facebook: https://www.facebook.com/kunalkumardeewan.

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GovJobAdda, BTM, Bangalore 4 months ago

Hey could you please tell us the set no. and the test no.

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Ankit Singh 4 months ago

mock test no 1 has some errors in solution of maths. please provide matrix for reasoning

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mount mullick 4 months ago

set 2 paper 8 di  Questions are wrong

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sharad 4 months ago

well done brothers you are doing wonderful job some minor mistakes are there but hope your team will overcome it.

if want any help from our side to enhance the quality of content we are happy to help you

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ANAND SRIVASTAVA 4 months ago

Question 8 of 25 You got this Question Wrong.

The speed of stream is 6 Kmph. A motor boat goes 12 km upstream and comes back to the starting point in 90 minutes. The speed of the motorboat ( in kmph ) in still water is
A.
22
B.
16
C.
18
D.
12

Explanation :

Speed of the current = 6 kmph
Let the speed of motorboat in still water be x kmph 
Speed downstream = ( x + 6) kmph 
Speed upstream = ( x – 6) kmph 
Now, according to the question, 
[12 / (x – 6)] + [12 / (x + 6)] = 90 / 60 = 3 / 2 
Or, (12x + 72 + 12x – 72) / (x2 – 36) = 3 / 2 
Or, 24x / (x2 – 36) = 3 / 2 
Or, x2 – 16x – 36 = 0 
Or, x2 – 18x + 2x – 36 = 0 
Or, x(x – 18) + 2(x – 18) = 0 
Or,(x – 18) (x + 2) = 0 
x = 18 kmph . (Neglect negative value)
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ANAND SRIVASTAVA 4 months ago

If a : b = 2 : 3, b : c = 4 : 5 and c : d = 6 : 7, then a : d = ?
A.
12 : 35
B.
24 : 35
C.
16 : 35
D.
24 : 25
Explanation :
(a / b) = 2 / 3
=> (b / c) = 4 / 5 
=> (c / d) = 6 / 7 
=> (a / b) ×(b / c) × (c / d) = (2 / 3) × (4 / 5) × (6 / 7) 
= a / d = 24 / 35.
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Ansh 4 months ago

SET -1, Qantitive Section- Quest- 59.  Explaination is right but Given Option is wrong. PLease improve it and recorrect my marks too.


And you are working good on user's performance. Just one suggestion. Do a analysis on current SSC CGL papers and add that type of and that lavel of questions in Mock tests.

My CGL exam is on 10 sept. any tips from you are welcomed.

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ANAND SRIVASTAVA 4 months ago

Find the missing term of the series:
ZA7, Y4B, XC6, W3D, ?
A.
V2E
B.
VE5
C.
VE7
D.
E7V

Explanation :

ZA7, Y4B, XC6, W3D, ?
1st character : Z , Y , X , W ...... so next is : V
2nd and 3rd character : A7 , 4B , C6 , 3D , .... so next is : E5
sir please check this and tell me if i am right or this one...?
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ANAND SRIVASTAVA 4 months ago

Question 14 of 25 You got this Question Wrong.
From the given alternative words, select the word which can be formed using the letters of the given word:
‘MULTIPLICATION’
A.
MUTUAL
B.
LIMITATION
C.
APPLICATION
D.
NOTION

of set 1 paper6

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ANAND SRIVASTAVA 4 months ago

The train had left (a) / when he had reached (b) / the station.(c) / No error (d)
A.
a
B.
b
C.
c
D.
d
Explanation :please sir test 6 of set 1.please tell if i am wrong or this one..?
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ANAND SRIVASTAVA 4 months ago

He was undecided. He let the grass grow under his feet.
A.
loitered around
B.
stayed out
C.
moved away
D.
sat unmoving
Explanation :set 1 test 6

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GovJobAdda, BTM, Bangalore 4 months ago

This answer is correct, "let the grass grow under his feet" means not getting involved in something i.e. "stayed out " is the correct answer.

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ANAND SRIVASTAVA 4 months ago

Find the odd word/number from the given alternative:
A.
5720
B.
6710
C.
2640
D.
4270

Explanation :

sum of the digits of the nos are 14 except for 4270 (4+2+7+0=13)

set 1 test 9
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ANAND SRIVASTAVA 4 months ago

If a is positive and a4- 62a+ 1 = 0, find the value of a3 + (1/a3)
A.
424
B.
648
C.
392
D.
488
Explanation :

Given a4- 62a2+1 = 0
Dividing by a2
a2-62+(1/a2) = 0 => a2+(1/a2) = 62
=> a2+(1/a2)+2 = 64

=> (a+(1/a))2 = 64
Hence a+(1/a) = 8 or -8
Since a>0 so a+(1/a) = 8
Now (a+(1/a))3 = a3+(1/a3)+3(a+(1/a))
=> 512 = a3+(1/a3)+24
=>a+ (1/a3) = 488

set 1 test9

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ANAND SRIVASTAVA 4 months ago

The headmaster congratulated Rajan ___________ getting the merit scholarship.
A.
for
B.
about
C.
with
D.
on

set1 test9 
sir congratulation always follows on... AM I right..?
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GovJobAdda, BTM, Bangalore 4 months ago

The correct answer is "A. for"
Read this for explanation : 

http://www.dailywritingtips.com/congratulations-on-or-for/

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ANAND SRIVASTAVA 4 months ago

thank you sir

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ANAND SRIVASTAVA 4 months ago

Analogy:
Waitress: Restaurant:: ?
A.
Doctor:Nurse
B.
Driver:Truck
C.
Teacher:School
D.
Actor:Role

Explanation :set 1 test 10...

sir samajh nhi aya...please explain

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ANAND SRIVASTAVA 4 months ago

Find out which of the figures (1), (2), (3) and (4) can be formed from the pieces given in figure (X).
A.
1
B.
2
C.
3
D.
4
Explanation :
Combining all 4 figures , we will get figure: 2
(sir please describe..)
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GovJobAdda, BTM, Bangalore 4 months ago

Can you tell us the set and test number ?

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ANAND SRIVASTAVA 4 months ago

set 1 test 10

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ANAND SRIVASTAVA 4 months ago

The diagram represents Players, Celebrity and Singers. Study the diagram and find how many Singers are also players.
A.
17
B.
21
C.
9
D.
29

Explanation :set 2 test 10... sir am i wrong..?

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ANAND SRIVASTAVA 4 months ago

Which of the following can be used to absorb neutrons to control the chain reaction during nuclear fission?
A.
Boron
B.
Heavy water
C.
Uranium
D.
Plutonium
Explanation :set 2 test 10
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GovJobAdda, BTM, Bangalore 4 months ago

The answer will be boron which are used in control rods.
Please read this :
http://hyperphysics.phy-astr.gsu.edu/hbase/nucene/control.html

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ANAND SRIVASTAVA 4 months ago

Find out which part of a sentence has an error:
Recent survey shows that (1) / 35 million children in the age group of (2) / 6 to 10 years have never (3) / attended no primary school. (4) / No error (5)
A.
1
B.
2
C.
3
D.
4
E.
5
Explanation :
Here never is in negative. So, "attended any primary school" is correct
set2 test 10
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m.niranjankaushik 3 months ago

Dear Admin, 

In IBPS PO test 17, for Q16-20 ( Reasoning section)no data is available in the question to solve. 

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m.niranjankaushik 3 months ago

Please check

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Vikas 3 months ago

Tier2  quants mock test 1. After attending the test, solution is not opening

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GovJobAdda, BTM, Bangalore 3 months ago

Thanks for reporting Vikas. We will fix it asap.

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Deepu Shukla 3 months ago

Hi.. IBPS - PO 2016 Test 11- Set 1 has 5 wrong questions in reasoning questions. Example - A question is being  asked related to sitting arrangement but no related paragraph is provided. 

Also would like to appreciate for helping many students like me in preparing for these exams.  Thanks! :-)

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Divesh Singla 3 months ago

most of the time your answers are wrong i gave 3 test till now and in all 3 test your answers are wrong which i mark as right due to which my rank get spoiled

Question 2 of 35 You got this Question Wrong.

Statements :
All forces are energies. 
All energies are powers. 
No power is heat. 
Conclusions : 
(I) Some forces are definitely not powers.
(II) No heat is force.
A.
if only conclusion I follows;
B.
if only conclusion II follows;
C.
if either conclusion I or conclusion II follows;
D.
if neither conclusion I nor conclusion II follows;
E.
if both conclusion I and conclusion II follow

Explanation :



Conclusion I : False
Conclusion II : True
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GovJobAdda, BTM, Bangalore 3 months ago

The answer that we have given is correct. Please verify again.

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GovJobAdda, BTM, Bangalore Institute 3 months ago

@Divesh Singla,

Please have a look at the solution again and tell me how is that wrong ?

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Divesh Singla 3 months ago

it's fine

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Divesh Singla 3 months ago

check out this

Question 7 of 35 You got this Question Wrong.

Statements :
Some schemes are offers.
Some offers are discounts
No discount is a loan
Conclusions :
(I) Those offers which are discounts can never be loans.
(II) Some loans are definitely schemes
A.
Only Conclusion I follows
B.
There is possibility that all schemes are loans
C.
Only Conclusion II follows
D.
Either Conclusion I or Conclusion II follows
E.
Neither Conclusion I nor Conclusion II follows

Explanation :



Conclusions: (I)False & (II)False
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Divesh Singla 3 months ago

no discount is loan so the offer which are discount are also not loans 1st conclusion is definitely true please review it once
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GovJobAdda, BTM, Bangalore Institute 3 months ago

@Divesh,

I think this one is also right. Please have a look again and let me know if you need me to explain it more clearly :-)

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Divesh Singla 3 months ago

yes sir i need explanation because i m sure my answer is definitely right

i have also asked from some people everyone is saying it right according to me

here no loan is discount so the part of offer which is discount can never be loan

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Deepu Shukla 3 months ago

Hi

Many times correct answers are marked as incorrect. Please check. Thanks!


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GovJobAdda, BTM, Bangalore 3 months ago

Hey, which test is this ? Can you please tell us so that we can correct it.

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Deepu Shukla 3 months ago

This is computer awareness test -16

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GovJobAdda, BTM, Bangalore 3 months ago

Ok. I have corrected it :-) Thanks for reporting :-)

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Smita k 3 months ago

Ibps clerk set test 1- in this reasoning question on seating arrangement paragraph  has some mistakes, and question no- 17 syllogisms (P*Q -means either smaller than or greater than...) - plz look at this. 

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GovJobAdda, BTM, Bangalore 3 months ago

Okay. And thanks for reporting :-)

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Ritu Punia 3 months ago

sir i wanna know  why here always more marks deduced from our score . as i attempt 27 in reasoning and 3 are wrong but my score  23.25 .   why .......plz ans

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GovJobAdda, BTM, Bangalore 3 months ago

Total Attempts: 27

Correct Attempts: 24

Incorrect Attempts: 3

Total marks: 24 x 1 -3 x 0.25 = 24 - 0.75 = 23.25

Correct ?

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Divesh Singla 2 months ago

Paragraph/Instructions

In the following questions, the symbols @, #, $, % and * are used with the following meaning as illustrated below

‘P @ Q’ means ‘P is not smaller than Q’.

‘P # Q’ means ‘P is not greater than Q’.

‘P % Q’ means ‘P is neither greater than nor equal to Q’.

‘P * Q’ means ‘P is neither smaller than nor greater than Q’.

‘P $ Q’ means ‘P is neither smaller than nor equal to Q’.

Now in each of the following questions assuming the given statements to be true, find which of the two conclusions I and II given below them is/are definitely true?

Question 55 of 80 You got this Question Wrong.

Statements:

J # N, K @ N, T $ K

Conclusions:

(I) J % T

(II) T $ N

(III) N @ J

A.

None follows

B.

only I or II follow

C.

Only I and III follow

D.

Only II and III follow

E.

All follows

Explanation :

Statements:

J # N ⇒ J ≤ N, K @ N ⇒ K ≥ N, T $ K ⇒ T > K

So, J ≤ N ≤ K < T

Conclusions:

(I) J % T ⇒ J < T

Since, J ≤ N ≤ K < T

So, J ≤ T                        Error- it should be  J<T which is correct but my you marked my ans wrong

Hence, conclusion I is false.

(II) T $ N ⇒ T > N

Since, J ≤ N ≤ K < T

So, T > N

Hence, conclusion II is true.

(III) N @ J ⇒ N ≥ J

Since, J ≤ N ≤ K < T

So, N ≥ J

Hence, conclusion III is true.

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Divesh Singla 2 months ago

here my ans is right this time definitely reply soon and make correction 
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GovJobAdda, BTM, Bangalore 2 months ago

Let me check, Please wait and wait for my reply :-)

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Divesh Singla 2 months ago

kk sure

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Staff, GovJobAdda, BTM, Bangalore Institute 2 months ago

Hey Divesh, i m staff of Govjobadda and the answer of the question is wrong. But can you tell the test number of this particular question? 

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Divesh Singla 2 months ago

IBPS RRB OFFICE ASSISTANT TEST 8

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Divesh Singla 2 months ago

and please make sure to correct my marks in this test also 

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vaibhav bhanderi 2 months ago

RRB office assistant>>test 3>>Q. 18.

Here in question "How many EXTRA days" is asked.

So answer should be 6. Not 10. Please check.

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GovJobAdda, BTM, Bangalore 2 months ago

Yeah I think you are right. We have corrected it.

Thanks :-)

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Divesh Singla 2 months ago

but my score isn't corrected yet

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GovJobAdda, BTM, Bangalore 2 months ago

Yes we haven't written code to automatically change the score. We will finish it in few days. Please cooperate till then :-)

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Divesh Singla 2 months ago

kk

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Divesh Singla 2 months ago

Paragraph/Instructions
In the following question, the symbol @,#,%,$,* are used with the following meaning : 
A%B means 'A is neither smaller than nor greater than B'.
A$B means 'A is greater than B'.
A*B means 'A is either greater than or equal to B'.
A@B means 'A is smaller than B'.
A#B means 'A is either smaller than or equal to B'.
Question 17 of 35 You got this Question Wrong.
Statements: F * G, G % H, H $ K
Conclusions:
(I)H @ F 
(II) F % H
A.
if only Conclusion I is true.
B.
if only Conclusion II is true.
C.
if either Conclusion I or II is true.
D.
if neither Conclusion I nor II is true.
E.
if both Conclusions I and II are tru
Explanation :

F * G : F >= G, 
G % H : G = H
H $ K : H > K
So, F >= G = H > K
Conclusions:
(I) H @ F : H < K (false)    ERROR- H<F should come in place of H<K and hence ans will be either or instead of neither nor
(II) F % H : F = H(false)
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Paragraph/Instructions

Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions. A word and number arrangement machine when given an input line of words and numbers rearranges them following a particular rule in each step. The following is an illustration of input and rearrangement.


Input: jug 91 stable 24 46 32 over cake

Step I: 91 jug stable 24 46 32 over cake
Step II: 91 cake jug stable 24 46 32 over
Step III: 91 cake 46 jug stable 24 32 over
Step IV: 91 cake 46 jug 32 stable 24 over
Step V: 91 cake 46 jug 32 over stable 24
Step VI: 91 cake 46 jug 32 over 24 stable


and Step VI as the last step of the rearrangement. As per the rules followed inthe above steps, find out in each of the following questions the appropriate step for the given input.

Question 20 of 35 You got this Question Wrong.
Input: break 72 pot new 28 36 17 store. Which of the following steps will be the last but one?
A.
IV
B.
V
C.
VI
D.
VII
E.
None of these
Explanation :      LAST BUT ONE MEANS SECOND LAST STEP THAT IS III So my ans is correct
Input: break 72 pot new 28 36 17 store
Step I: 72 break pot new 28 36 17 store
Step II: 72 break 36 pot new 28 17 store
Step III: 72 break 36 new pot 28 17 store
Step IV: 72 break 36 new 28 pot 17 store
Hence, Step IV is the last but one step.
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Question 22 of 35 You got this Question Wrong.
Step III of an input is: 75 bond 69 12 yes town go 36.
Which of the following is definitely the input?
A.
12 yes bond 75 69 town go 36
B.
bond 12 69 yes town go 36 75
C.
69 bond 75 12 yes town go 36
D.
Cannot be determined
E.
None of these
Explanation : WE Cannot determine machine input in reverse order from the given step 

Step III : 75 bond 69 12 yes town go 36.(given)
Step II: 75 bond 12 69 yes town go 36.
Step I: 75 12 bond 69 yes town go 36.
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Divesh Singla 2 months ago

I have mentioned all the error in the question please check all and let me know 
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GovJobAdda, BTM, Bangalore 2 months ago

Hey Divesh, please don't attempt IBPS CLERK papers now. There are too many errors. We will fix all the errors in 2-3 days and will update :-)

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Divesh Singla 2 months ago

is clerk test ready for n error free to attempt now

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GovJobAdda, BTM, Bangalore 2 months ago

Hey Devesh,

You can start tests 1 to 16(except 15). Rest 17 and 18 are remaining.

All the best !!

And please do inform us in case you find anything wrong :-) 

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Divesh Singla 2 months ago

kk sir

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vaibhav bhanderi 2 months ago

Unable to generate a report. :{ 

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GovJobAdda, BTM, Bangalore 2 months ago

What error are you getting ? Can you please let us know ?

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vaibhav bhanderi 2 months ago

 We are extremely sorry, some error has occured and our engineers have been notified !

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GovJobAdda, BTM, Bangalore 2 months ago

Ohh. Which test is that ?

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GovJobAdda, BTM, Bangalore 2 months ago

Please open the link again. We just fixed it. :-)

Thanks for reporting it out and sorry for the inconvenience :-)

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GovJobAdda, BTM, Bangalore Institute 2 months ago

Just a minute. Let me fix it. Please wait :-)

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mangesh jadhav 2 months ago

Guys u r doing great  job...but i have some good suggestion if u can work on it..as ibps clerk is ahead ...u have provided ample mock tests but in english section when que asked about synonyms and antonyms we are not able to find that word  because that word is not there in bold form...so could u plz do that favour on us to represent those worda in bold much like ibps layout  of questions !

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pooja jha 2 months ago

wrong option is maked as correct answer...
If the second step for an input is as given below, what will be the fifth step for the same input?
Step II: 22 49 32 88 69 132 101 185
A.
22 32 49 88 69 101 132 185
B.
22 32 69 49 88 101 132 185
C.
22 32 49 69 101 88 132 185
D.
None of these
Explanation :


In 1st step the smallest number is shifted to the leftmost position

In 2nd step the largest number is shifted to the  right most position

In 3rd step the second smallest number is shifted to the second position from left

In 4th step the 2nd largest number is shifted to the  second position from right

And so on.

Step II: 22 49 32 88 69 132 101 185

Step III: 22 32 49 88 69 132 101 185
Step IV: 22 32 49 88 69 101 132 185
Step V: 22 32 49 69 88 101 132 185

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kishore 2 months ago

please provide the exams as per ibps pattern based

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Javed Sida 2 months ago

ibps clerk preIim 18...Question is not complete. no words are given in the question.


Paragraph/Instructions

Following questions are based on five words given below:
(The new words formed after performing the mentioned operations may or may not necessarily be meaningful English words)
Question 4 of 100 You did not attempt this Question.
If in each of the words, all the alphabets are arranged in English alphabetical order within the word, how many words will begin with a vowel?
A.
None
B.
One
C.
Two
D.
Three
E.
More than three
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meenu tomar 2 months ago

What is the ratio between the total number of students appeared in 2004 and 2005 together from Schools C and D respectively?
A.
84 : 79
B.
79 : 84
C.
48 : 79
D.
79 : 48
E.
None of these

Explanation :

Number of students appeared in 2004 and 2005 from Schools C = 820 + 860 = 1680
Number of students appeared in 2004 and 2005 from Schools D = 800 + 780 = 1580
.'. Required ratio = 1680 : 1580 = 84 : 79
but sir according to given it should be 1620:1640
your site doing so many mistake in solution description.plss dont do this mistake because i am fully depend on your mock test.plss sir give attention to this problem

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Divesh Singla 2 months ago

Paragraph/Instructions

Read the following information carefully and answer the questions given below it.
'A - B' means 'A is the sister of B'
'A X B' means 'A is husband of B'
'A ÷ B' means 'B is the brother of A'
'A + B' means 'B is the mother of A'
Question 10 of 35 You got this Question Wrong.
If P + Q - R ÷ S x T, then R is T's ______.
A.
Brother-in-law
B.
Sister-in-law
C.
Either 'Brother-in-law' or 'Sister-in-law'
D.
Can't be determined
E.
none of these
Explanation :              ERROR- here (+) sign has opposite meaning P+Q means Q is mother of P but in your ans it is mentioned that P is mother of Q

R is T's brother-in-law.

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Question 11 of 35 You got this Question Wrong.
Which of the following shows 'N is the mother-in-Law of K' ?
A.
K ÷ L x M + N
B.
K x L - M + N
C.
K - L + M x N
D.
K ÷ L + M x N
E.
None of these
Explanation :  my above concept applies here also 

Hence, none of these relationship represents 'N is the mother-in-Law of K'.

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Divesh Singla 2 months ago

my both ans are correct i have mentioned the error please check and let me know
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GovJobAdda, BTM, Bangalore 2 months ago

Can you please tell us the test number. 

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Divesh Singla 2 months ago

ibps clerk prelims test no 11

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pooja 2 months ago

sir your ibps clerk prelims mocks are bit easier... plz try to take it to moderate level... like simplification, puzzles, arithmatical problems.

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Divesh Singla 2 months ago

Question 14 of 35 You got this Question Wrong.

What approximate value should come in place of question mark(?) in the following question? (Note that you are not expected to calculate the exact value).
√1000000.0000001 = ?
A.
1000    same options A,B
B.
1000
C.
10000
D.
999
E.
99

Explanation :

? = √1000000.0000001 = √1000000 = 1000.
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GovJobAdda, BTM, Bangalore 2 months ago

Test Number ? 

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Divesh Singla 2 months ago

ibps clerk test 14

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vaibhav bhanderi 2 months ago

IBPS clerk>> Test 11 >q.35

Answer should be B.

Through option 1, three possibilities are possible.

1)           h

x ------>y

2)            h

x

                 y.

3)            h

                y

x

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Divesh Singla 2 months ago

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In these questions two statements followed by two conclusions I and II have been given. Decide which of the given conclusions logically follows the given statements disregarding commonly known facts.

Question 12 of 35 You got this Question Wrong.

Statements

Some drugs are medicines

No medicine is a treatment

Conclusions:

(I) All treatments being drugs is a possibility

(II) All drugs can never be treatments

A.

Either conclusion I or II is true

B.

Only conclusion I is true

C.

Neither conclusion I nor II is true

D.

Only conclusion II is true

E.

Both conclusions I and II are true

Explanation :   2nd conclusion is true as the drug which is medicine cannot be treatment

Conclusions (I): All treatments being drugs is a possibility: TRUE: From figure we can see that all treatments being drugs is a possibility.

Conclusions (II): All drugs can never be treatments: FALSE: It is not definite.

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Divesh Singla 2 months ago

ibps clerk test no 19

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swap 2 months ago

please provide more test for ibps clerk pre on latest pattern

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Divesh Singla 1 month ago

Statement: B ≥ Z < X ≤ Q; B ≥ Y = L

Conclusions

(I) L = Q

(II) L > Q

A.

if only conclusion I follows

B.

if only conclusion II follows

C.

if either conclusion I or II follows

D.

if neither conclusion I nor II follows

E.

if both conclusions I and II follow

Explanation : either or will definitely either L is equal or greater

Conclusions (I) L = Q: FALSE: Since, L = Y ≤ B ≥ Z < X ≤ Q. So, no ration can be established between L and Q.

Conclusions (II) L > Q: FALSE: Since, L = Y ≤ B ≥ Z < X ≤ Q. So, no ration can be established between L and Q.

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GovJobAdda, BTM, Bangalore 1 month ago

What is your doubt Divesh ?

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Divesh Singla 1 month ago

i have no doubt ans is given wrong make it correct i have mentioned error in question

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Sameer Gupta 1 month ago

Both conslusion  are false...answer is correct according to GovJobAdda.

L=Y   B ≥ Z < X ≤ Q

i.  here no relation between L and Q

ii.  L>Q is also false...no relation

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Divesh Singla 1 month ago

bhai either or lagega L=Q or L>Q u r not getting it bro i know both are false but either or applies here

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Sameer Gupta 1 month ago

bhai maan ya mat maan...par more than 5000 students galat nahi ho sakte.....i know ki ek rule hai is tarah ke sign dekhte hai either hota hai...par....kabhi kabhi confusion wale bhi daal dete hai...either or case hota hai...jisme dono me se 1 correct ho ya toh 1 ya 2....but here both are not following.

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Sameer Gupta 1 month ago

IBPS  Clerk Test 04

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Sameer Gupta 1 month ago

Answer is 21000 cr

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KAVYA 1 month ago

Sir

Please provide us the test series for RRB I.T OFFICER, which is to be held on 11th december. It would be more helpful if we get a test series for it.  Pls pls pls....

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Priya sha 1 month ago

Sir

      RBI Assistant marking system is cant  able to understand in ur mock . Plz explain it clearly sir.

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oviya 1 month ago

RBI assistant test-2 english section-the answer  is should for  this quen

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Saradha 1 month ago

In IBPS mains computer awareness -2, ICMP stands forInternetControl Message Protocol

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sowmiya 1 month ago

sir, pls provide test for kvb clerk also sir.. exam on jan 7

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sowmiya 1 month ago

sir plzz tell sir
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kashvi 1 month ago

Question 34 of 35 You got this Question Wrong.

A girl introduced a boy as the son of the daughter of the father of her uncle. The boy is girl's?

A.

Uncle

B.

Nephew

C.

Brother

D.

Son

E.

None of these

Explanation :

The father of girl's uncle means the grandfather of the girl.

Daughter of the girl's grandfather is the aunt of the girl. Thus the boy is the brother of the girl.

The boy should be cousin.So the ans is e

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kashvi 1 month ago

the above ques  is from rbi assistant  test 5
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Saradha 1 month ago

In IBPS CLERK MAINS REASONING  -3,

the ans will be south

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