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Triton International College

Location: Subidhanagar, Tinkune

Phone No: 123456790

Courses: BCA, BBA, BIM, BBS, BIT

Triton International College

Location: Subidhanagar, Tinkune

Phone No: 123456790

Courses: BCA, BBA, BIM, BBS, BIT

CMAT Entrance 2014

Verbal Ability

Select the word which is closest to the meaning of capitalized word

1. DECISIVE

cruel

Definite

Deliberate

Firm

2. RACKET

Trick

Approach

Fraud

Bulge

3. PRECEDENT

Chief

Accomplish

Proof

Example

4. Herald

Announce

Deprive

Cultivate

Curse

5. DWINDLE

Lesson

Lumpen

Itch

Lesson

Direction: Complete the following sentences with appropriate choice form among the options that follows.

6. The notice clearly states that trespasser will be

Persecuted

Persauded

Prosecuted

Prevaded

7. The police burst tear gas shell to the mob.

Apprehend

Divert

Disturb

Disperse

8. The dose of sleeping pills proved and he died in sleeping.

Disastrous

Fatal

Effective

Efficacious

9. The thieves tried to with the lock but they did not succeed in breaking it.

Tamper

Temper

Fiddle

Temperate

10. A referee should be in the outcome of the match.

Uninterested

Disinterested

Involved

Participative

Direction: Each question below consists of an idiom or a phrase followed by four lettered expressions. Choose the lettered expression that most nearly expressed the meaning of the given idiom or phrase.

11. To bring to light

To open a window

To reveal the facts

To switch on the light

To draw the curtains

12. To see red

Stop at the signal

Jump the red signal

To be very angry

To suffer from color blindness.

13. Roots and branch

Entirely

Step by step

Part by part

Bare truth

14. In full cry

To be upset about something

Howling loudly

At a fast pace

At one’s best

15. Into the bargain

Buy goods from sale

An additional benefit

A warranty card

At no extra charge

Direction: The following paragraph has a number has a blanks marked 16,17,18,19 and 20 followed by a set of options. Mark the option that best complete the blanks

The average new born ....15..... is about fifty centimeters long. In twenty years, the little body more than triples ....17...... in length. The average height of a man is 1.7 meters. ....18..... man does not stop growing; he continues to grow even after the ...19..... of twenty five and reaches his maximum height at about age of 35. An average person shrinks as much as ten millimeters .... 20 .... ten years after the age of forty.

16.

Body

Infant

Kid

Child

17.

Itself

around

Over

Last

18.

Since

Yet

Though

However

19.

Ages

Years

Age

Period

20.

In

After

Every

Usually

It is to progress in the human sciences that we must look to undo the evils which have resulted from the knowledge of physical world hastily and superficially acquired by population unconscious of the changes in themselves that the new knowledge has imperative. The road to happier world than any known in the past lies open before us if atavistic destructive passions can be kept in leash while the necessary adaptations are made. Fears are inevitable in time, but hopes are equally rational an far more likely to bear good fruit. We must learn to think rather less of the dangers to be avoided than of the good that will lie within our grasp if we can believe init and let it dominate our thoughts. Since, whatever unpleasant consequences it may have by the way, is in its very. nature a liberator, a liberator of bondage to the threshold of utter disaster or unprecedently glorious achievements. NO previous age has been fraught with problems so momentous and it is to science that we must look to for a happy future.

21. What does science liberates from? It liberates us from

Fears and destructive passion

Slavery to physical nature and from passion

Bondage to physical nature

Idealistic hopes of glorious future

22. Should human science be developed because they will

Provide more knowledge of the physical world

Make us conscious of the changing world

Make us conscious of the changing world

Eliminate the destruction caused by superficial knowledge of the physical world.

23. If man’s bestial earning is controlled

The future will be tolerated

The present will be brighter than the future

The future will be brighter than the present

The present will become tolerable

24. Fears and hopes according to the author

Are closely linked with the life of modern man

Can bear fruit .

Can yield good result

Are irrational

25. To curve out a bright future man should

Analyze dangers that lie ahead

Try to avoid dangers

Overcome fears and dangers

Cultivate a positive outlook

Quantitative Analysis.

26. Given that 100 milliliter is equal to approximately 0.4 cup, 205 milliliters is equal to approximately how many cups? which of the following expression models the solution to the problem above?

(100-0.4)(205)

105% of 0.4

(205-100)(0.4)

205% of 0.4

27. 18% of the students at a school are in year 8, and 16% of the students are in year 9. If the school has 126 year students, determine the number of year 9 student.

108

110

112

114

28. The exam scores of all 500 students were recorded and it was determined that these scores were normally distributed. If Jane’s score is 0.8 standard deviation above the mean, then how many, to the nearest unit, student scored above Jane?

106

250

394

400

29. In the first overs of a cricket game, the run was only 3.2 What should be the run rate in the remaining 40 overs to reach the target of 282 runs?

6.25

6.5

6.75

7

30. In a dairy farm, 40 cows eat 40 bags of husk in 40 days. In how many days one cow will eat one bag of husk?

1/40

1

40

80

31. A sum of money at simple interest amounts to Rs. 815 in 3 years and to Rs. 854 in 4 years. The sum is

Rs 650

Rs 690

Rs 698

Rs 700

32. The difference between simple and compound interests compounded annually on a certain sum of money for 2 years at 4% per annum is Rs. 1. The sum in (in RS) is

625

630

640

650

33. (12)(56)(85)=

512

12

23

43

34. If 5a=3125, then the value of 5(a-3) is

25

125

625

1625

35. A homeowner is planning to use carpet tiles to cover the floor of a room measuring 9 feet by 10 feet 8 inches. If the carpet tiles are 8 inches wide and 1 foot long and there are no gaps between the tiles as they are placed on the floor, how many carpet tiles will the homeowner need to cover the floor of the room?

100

135

144

150

36. Seats for Mathematics, Computer and Accounting in a school are in the ratio 5:7:8. There is a proposal to increase these seats by 40%, 50% and 75% respectively. What will be the ratio of increased seats?

2:3:4

6:7:8

6:8:9

None of these

37. Look at the series 7,10,8,11,9,12,..... what number should come next?

7

10

12

13

38. Look at the series: 58,52,46,40,34...... what number should come next?

26

28

30

32

39. If 6x+5=-x+40 then

x=-9

x=-5

x=5

x=9

40. The slope of the line determined by the equation 3x+y=4 is

-3

1/3

3/4

3

41. The three solutions of the equation f(x)=0 are -2,0 and 3. Therefore, the solutions of the equation f(x-2)=0 are

-4,-2 and 1

-2,0 and 3

4,2 and 5

0,2 and 5

42. If the function f is defined by f(x) = x5-1, then f1, the inverse function of f is defined by f-1(x) =

1x5+1

1x+15

x15

x+15

43. The set of all points (et,t), where t is real number, is te graph of y =

1/et

e1/t

te1/t

ln(x)

44. Simplify: (Z6)(Z-2)

Z3

Z4

Z8

Z12

45. There are 5 numbers in a data series. First number of the data series is 14 and mean, median and mode are 10,9 and 6 respectively. Find the 5 numbers?

14,6,9,6,15

14,9,9,9,9

14,9,10,8,9

14,9,9,6,12

46. When a metallic ball bearing is placed inside a cylindrical container of radius 2cm, the length of wall inside the container increased by 0.6 cm. The radius to the nearest tenth of centimeter of ball bearing is

1cm

1.2cm

2cm

0.6cm

47. The probability that an electronic device produced by a company does not function properly is equal to 0.1. If 10 devices are bought, then the probability to the nearest thousand that 7 devices function properly is.

0.057

0.478

0.001

0

48. In a box, there are 8 red, 7 blue and 6 green balls. One ball picked up randomly. What is the probability that it is neither red nor green

1/3

3/4

7/9

8/21

49. Given a sequence 1,4,9,16,20,36,49 find the odd man out

2

9

20

49

50. A school committee consists of 2 teachers and 4 students. The number of different committees that can be formed from 5 teachers and 10 students is

8

10

15

21

Logical Reasoning

Journalist: To reconcile the need for profits sufficient to support new drug research with the moral imperative to provide medicine to those who must need them but cannot afford them, some pharmaceutical companies feel justified in selling a drug in rich nations at one price and in poor nations at a much lower price.’ But this practice is unjustified. A nation with a low average income may still have a substantial middle class better able to pay for new drugs than are many of the poorer citizens of an overall wealthier nation.

51. Which one of the following principles, if valid most helps to justify the journalist’s reasoning?

People who are ill deserve more consideration than do healthy people, regardless of their relative socioeconomic positions.

Wealthy institutions have an obligation to expend at least some of their resources to assist those incapable of assisting themselves

Whether one deserves special consideration depends on one’s needs rather than on characteristics of the society to which one belongs

The people in wealthy nations should not have better access to health care than do the people in poorer nations.

Unequal access to health care is more unfair than an unequal distribution of wealth.

52. Several critics have claimed that any contemporary poet who writes formal poetry - poetry is rhymed and metered is performing a politically conservative act. This is plainly false. Consider Molly peacock an Marilyn hacker, two contemporary poets whose poetry is almost exclusively formal and yet who are themselves politically progressive feminists.
The conclusion drawn above follows logically if which one of following is assumed?

No one which is feminist is also politically conservative.

No poet who writes unrhymed or unmetered poetry is politically conservative.

Anyone who sometimes writes poetry that is not politically conservative never writes poetry that is politically conservative.

No one who is politically progressive is capable of performing a politically conservative act.

Unequal access to health care is more unfair than an unequal distribution of wealth.

53. Situation: In the island nation of Bezun, the government taxes gasoline heavily in order to induce people not to drive it uses the revenue from the gassline tax to subsidize electricity in order to reduce prices eharged for electricit Analysis: The greater the success achieved in meeting the first of these objectives, the less will be the success achieved in meeting the second. The analysis provided for the situation above would be most appropriate in which one of the following situations?.

A library charges a late fee in order to induce . borrowers to return books promptly. The library uses revenue from the late fee to send reminders to tardy borrowers in order to reduce the incidence of overdue books

A mail-order store imposes a stiff surcharge for overnight delivery in order to limit use of this option. The store uses revenue from the surcharge to pay the extra expenses it incur for providing the overnight delivery service.

The park management charges an admission fee so that a park’s user will contribute to the park’s upkeep. In order to keep admission fees low, the management does not inance any new projects from them.

A restaurant adds a service charge in order to spare customers the trouble of individual tips. The service charge is then shared among the restaurant’s workers in order to augment their low hourly wages.

The highway administration charges a toll for crossing a bridge in order to get motorists to use other routes, It uses the revenue from that toll to generate a reserve fund in order to be able one day to build a new bridge.

54. The ancient Romans understood the principle of water power very well, and in some outlying parts of their empire they made extensive'and excellent use of water as an energy source. This makes it all the more striking that the Romans made do without water power in regions dominated by large cities

Which one of the following , if true, contributes most to an explanation of the difference described above in the Roman’s use of water power?

In heavily populated areas the introduction of water power would have been certain to cause social unrest by depriving large numbers of people of their ‘livelihood.

In the areas in which water power was not used, water flow in rivers and streams was substantial throughout the year but nevertheless exhibited some seasonal variation.

Water power was relatively vulnerable to sabotage, but any damage could be quickly and inexpensively repaired.

In most areas to which the use of water power was not extended, other more traditionalsources of energy continued to be used

The ancient Romans were adept at constructing and maintaining aqueducts that could carry quantities of water sufficient to supply large cities over considerable distance.

55. Karuna: As we both know, the population of this country is aging. Elderly people generally prefer not to live in harsh climates characterized by extreme temperatures. Accordingly, in this country’s coastal regions, where the climate is generally most temperate, the population is likely to grow, while other regions are likely to suffer population declines.Mira: I disagree with few exceptions, regions where the climate is harsh are characterized. by comparatively low living cost a compelling factor for retired people with little, saving and on fixed incomes. " Which of the following is the most likely point disagreement between Karuna and Mira?

The reason for the population shift toward coastal areas and away from other regions.

Whether the country’s current decline in overall population will continue into the for seeable future.

Why older people find certain regions where the climate in harsh attractive places to live.

Whether regions characterized by harsh climates are likely to experience population declines in the foreseeable future

The extent to which coastal region are affordable place to live for retired people.

56. An avid television viewer is statistically more likely to take sleeping pills at bedtime than a person who enjoys listening to classical music but does not watch television as a habit. learly, listening to classical music just before bedtime contributes to a more restful night’s sleep, whereas watching television before bedtime has the opposite effect. Which of the following if true, if true, most seriously weakens the above argument?

Reading a book before bedtime contributes to restful sleep more than listening to music does.

People who enjoy classical music typically like to read just before bedtime

Sleeplessness is more common among people who watched late-night television than among people who do not.

Engaging in a bedtime activity that is mentally stimulating often interferes with a person’s ability to fall asleep. ;

A silent environment is less conductive to restful sleep than an environment with calming ambient sound

57. Everyone who is compassionate is kind and someone who has experienced life’s challenges is invariably compassionate. Jermy is kind, so he has experienced life’s challenges.

Roberta is high productive person. Every person who is motivated is highly productive, and every person who is organized is motivated. Therefore, Roberta is very organized.

Nice people are always sympathetic people and those who have experienced hardships always end up being nice. Besty in not a sympathetic person, so Besty has not experienced hardship.

Almost everyone who loves black and white films is a movie buff, and all moves buffs enjoy popcorn. Sasha does not love black and white films. so Sasha probably does not enjoy popcorn.

Patience requires an even temperament and being a good parent certainly requires patience. James has no patience, so James is not a good parent.

Sucessful entrepreneurs are either confident or experienced. Yoshi is a sucessful entrepreneur and he is not expericenced. Therefore, Yoshi

Direction : Read the following passage and answer the questions no 58 to 61

A chess tournament is occurring in the local community school, and the players at all four of the tables are engaged in their fourth game against their prospective opponents. The players with white pieces are David, Gerry, Lenny and Terry. The players with black pieces are Don, Mike, Richie and Stephen. The scores are 3:0, 2.5:0.5,1.5:1.5 [note: tied games result score of 0.5 points for each players]. Lenny is playing at the table to the right of Stephen, who has lost all of his games until now. Gerry is playing against Mike. At least one game at table 1 has resulted in a tie. Richie, who is not in the lead over his opponent, has not been in a tied game. The player who is using the white piece at table 4 is terry however, the current score at table 4 is not 2:1 Don is leading his match after his last games.

58. What table is Stephen playing at, and what is the score at that table?

Table 1,2.5:1

Table 1,3:0

Table 2,3:0

Table 2,2.5:1.5

Table 3,2:1

59. Whose score is the highest?

Mike

Stephen

Richie

David

Lenny

60. Which player has black piece and is tied?

David

Mike

Richie

Don

Terry

61. Who is the winning player at table 4?

Don

Terry

David

Gerry

Richie

Direction : Reading the following passage and answer the follwing questions no 62

Larry has purchased a device that the manufacturer claims will reduce the fuel consumption in his car. After-a month has passed, Larry determines that his mileage currently rests at 17 miles per gallon. Larry’s best friend, Steve owns the exact same make and model car, and has calculated his mileage at 23 miles per gallon. Steve’s car does not have the device that Larry purchased one month ago. Larry then makes conclusion that the manufacturer of the device’s claim is not true.

62. Which of the following statement would cause Larry’s conclusion to be the weakest?

Though Larry has the same make and model of car as Steve, Larry’s car is 15 years older.

Larry was driving in the city, whereas Steve drives the highway.

Larry purchased a lower grade of gasoline than Steve.

Steve lied, he actually only gets 15 miles per gallon.

Before buying the device, Larry had never before calculated the mileage of his car.

Direction : Read the follwing passage and answer the following question no. 63 and 66

A petrochemical plant manufactures a range of hazardous chemical products and must therefore follow strict guidelines concerning how each of the chemicals may interact with one another on a daily basis. The plant processes five different chemicals every week. Three of these chemicals can be processed on any given day. Xenon may be processed any day except for every other Monday and every other Thursday. Oxygen can be processed only on Tuesday and Wednesdays. Liquid hydrogen may be processed on Mondays, Wednesday and Fridays. Sulphur dioxide can’t be processed on Fridays. Methane can’t be processed on Fridays.

63. What are the three chemicals that can be processed on any given Monday?

Liquid hydrogen, xenon and oxygen

Methane, oxygen and sulphur dioxide.

Methane, xenon and oxygen.

Sulphur dioxide, methane and liquid hydrogen.

Xenon, oxygen and sulphur dioxide.

64. Which weekday is mostly likely impossible for three chemical to processed in one day?

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

thursday

Friday

65. There are three chemicals that can be processed on a Friday. What are they?

Oxygen, methane and liquid hydrogen

Liquid hydrogen, methane and sulphur dioxide

Liquid hydrogen, methane and xenon

Methane, oxygen and xenon

Liquid hydrogen, oxygen and sulphur dioxide

66. On which day of the week can they process liquid hydrogen and only additional two chemicals?

Monday and Tuesday

Tuesday and Thursday

Wednesday and Friday

Thursday and Friday

Monday and Friday

Direction : Select logically the best answer for the following questions.

67. If FRAGRANCE is written as SBHSBODFG, how can IMPOSING be written?

NQPTJHOJ

NQPTOHJ

NQTPJOHJ

NQPTJOHI

68. If ROBUST is written coded as QNATRS in a certain language, which word be coded as ZXCMP?

AYDNQ

AQDLQ

BZEOR

YYBNO

69. If BE QUICK is coded as ZC OSGAI, then the code of the lat letter of the third word in sentence I LOVE MY COUNTRY is?

A

T

Y

W

70. If ZEBRA can be written as 2652181, how can cobra be written?

302181

31822151

3152181

1182153

Directin : Questions 71 to 75 follows the given pattern. Select the appropriate pattern.

71. Horse: Mare ::

Fox : Vixen

Duck : Geese

Dog : Puppy

Donkey : pony

72. Cricket : pitch

Ship : Dock

Boat : Harbour

Boxing : Ring

Wrestling : Track

73. Oceans : Deserts :: Waves : ?

Dust

Sand Dunes

Ripples

Sea

74. Grain : Stock :: Stick : ?

String

Heap

Collection

Bundle

75. Cube is related to Square in the same way Square is related

Plane

Triangle

Line

Point

General Knowledge

76. Which country does sinologist study?

Japan

China

Korea

Singapore

77. What was the first James bond film.

Dr. No

From Russia with love

Thunderbolt

Star wars

78. Which human rights organization founded in 1961 got Nobel Peace Prize in 1977?

UNCHR

European human right commission

Amnesty International

International Court of justice

79. Whose autobiography was the long walk to freedom?

Mahatama Gandhi

Nelson Mandela

Md. Ali Jinnah

Subash Chandra Bose

80. Who ran through the streets naked crying Eureka?

Aristotle

Albert Einstien

Archimedes

Right Brother

81. The vegetable Broccoli belongs to which family?

Cabbage

Cauliflower

Potato

Spinach

82. What links the names Botcinik, Tal, Karpov, Fischer?

They are Cricketer

They are chess champions

They are lawn Tennis player

They are world chess player

83. What is the national flower of japan?

Rose

Mary Gold

White Lily

Chrysanthemum

84. Which medial tool was developed by Sanctorius in 1612

Thermometer

Blood pressure Measurement

Glucometer

X-Ray

85. What is known as the business portfolio that provides a steady dependable source of income which provides money for the rest of business

Star

Dogs

QUestion Marks

Cash cows

86. A financial ratio which gives an indication of whether or not a company can pay its short term debts is known as

Current ratio

Acid test ratio

Breakeven point

Capital to assets ratio

87. What do you understand by FMCG

Forward Marketing Core Group

Former Manager Of chaudhary group

Fast Moving Consumer Goods

Feeling Management of control Group

88. What does Gratis mean?

To give gift to a loved one

To give something free of cost

To give advice

To give a lecture

89. To which country the Nikkei Index belong to?

Hong Kong

China

Japan

Singapur

90. In which district is the Rara Lake located

Dolpa

Mugu

Jumla

Kalikot

91. Which of the following newspapers is not published Daily?

Kantipur

The Himalayan Times

Nagarik

Bimarsha

92. To which sports does James Rodriquez belong to?

Cricket

Football

Hockey

Lawn

93. Which of the following book is not the part of four "Vedas"

Rigbed

Atharvebed

Samabed

Dhanurbed

94. Which tax is levied on production?

Income Tax

Customer Duty

Excise Duty

Sales Tax

95. A tax Payable on profits made on the sale of certain types of assets by a company or individual in known as:

Property Tax

Capital Gain Tax

Wind fall Tax

Income Tax

96. Recently super Typhoon Neoguri the strongest typhoon so far in the 2014 Western Pacific season smashed which of the following countries

Japan

New Zealand

Australia

China

97. How many rings are there in olympic flag

Three

Four

Five

Six

98. Where in your body is your Patella?

Knee

Cheek

Neck

Backbone

99. Which bird lay egg like mammal?

Kiwi

Emu

Ostrich

Duck billed platypus

100. Who starred as the Six Million Dollar Man in the Hollywood movie

Charles Bronson

Lee Majors

John Lennon

Jimmy Holbrook

I there is