 Medium Badminton Players  3 mins Logical Reasoning  Solve 
A badminton coach was trying to put together a team of 4 players for a friendly badminton championship out of 7 players. R, S, T are the male players, and W, X, Y, Z are the female players. Note that all players have equal ability, and the team needs to have atleast 2 male players. While selecting the team we need to keep in mind that all 4 players should be able to play with each other. We also need to keep the following restrictions in mind:
 R cannot play with Y
 S cannot play with W
 T cannot play with Z
Which of the following are true:
A: S and Z cannot be in the team together.
B: T and Y cannot be in the team together.
C: T and X cannot be in the team together.
Options:  Only A
 Only B
 Only C
 A B
 A C
 B C
 A B C
 None of A,B,C

 Medium CID Agent  3 mins Logical Reasoning  Solve 
A code ("EIG AUC REO RAI COG") was sent to the criminal office by a CID agent named Batra. However, four of the five words are fake, with only one containing the information. They also included a clue in the form of a sentence: "If I tell you any character of the code word, you will be able to tell how many vowels there are in the code word." Are you able to figure out what the code word is?
A: RAI
B: EIG
C: AUC
D: REO
E: COG
F: None
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 Medium Positive correlation  2 mins Logical Reasoning  Solve 
Myra is working on her thesis for which she created a scatter plot of the number of teachers and the number of college graduates for cities in Australia. She noticed a positive correlation. Which of these do you think is the probable explanation for this correlation?
A: Teachers encourage people to go to college, so an increase in the number of teachers leads to an increase in the number of college graduates.
B: Some college graduates choose teaching as a profession after graduating, so an increase in the number of college graduates also leads to an increase in the number of teachers.
C: There are more college graduates and teachers in higher income cities, so income is a confounding variable here, make it difficult to prove causation between number of teachers and number of college graduates.
D: Cities with a higher population have more teachers and more college graduates, so the correlation is due to a third variable (population of city).
E: The provided data is insufficient, so it is extremely difficult to establish the reason for the correlation.
F: Most college students choose nonteaching professions after graduating, which explains the correlation.
G: In Australia, college students are encouraged by their teachers to choose teaching as a profession after graduating.
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 Easy Increasing monthly gross profit  2 mins Numerical Reasoning  Solve 
The CEO of Snipr. Inc wants to grow monthly gross profit by 4%. If costs stay the same, what does the sales turnover need to be in February to achieve this goal?
Options:  278,098
 272,450
 274,093
 244,726

 Medium Magic bag  3 mins Numerical Reasoning  Solve 
Alex’s uncle is a magician who gave them a magic bag in which coins get doubled each time you put those coins into it. Initially, Alex had few coins with them. So, Alex put all the coins, and the coins got doubled. Alex took out all the coins and gave a few to their friend and then again put the remaining coins back in the bag. The coins doubled again; Alex took out all the coins again and gave a few coins to their second friend. Alex then put the remaining coins in the bag and the coins doubled again. Alex took out all the coins and gave a few coins to their third friend.
There were no coins left with Alex when Alex gave coins to the third friend and Alex gave an equal number of coins to each friend. What is the minimum number of coins Alex had initially and how much did Alex give to each friend?
A: Started with 3 coins
B: Started with 5 coins
C: Started with 6 coins
D: Started with 7 coins
E: Started with 9 coins
F: Gave 3 coins in every turn
G: Gave 4 coins in every turn
H: Gave 5 coins in every turn
I: Gave 7 coins in every turn
J: Gave 8 coins in every turn
K: Gave 9 coins in every turn
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 Medium Three Clocks  3 mins Numerical Reasoning  Solve 
In my house, there are three clocks of different shapes – a round clock, a square clock, and a rhombus clock. The rhombus clock is always accurate whereas the round clock gains 2 minutes every day and the square clock loses 2 minutes every day. I checked the clocks on July 22nd, 2007 at 10 PM, and they were showing different times.
Two hours later, when I checked, the clocks were showing the same time, then on which date will all three clocks show the same time again?
A: 17 July 2008
B: 23 Sep 2007
C: 25 July 2009
D: 19 Aug 2008
E: 26 July 2008
F: 28 Nov 2007
G: 11 June 2008
H: 15 Aug 2007
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 Hard Assemble Triangle  2 mins Spatial Reasoning  Solve 
Which of the following set of shapes can be assembled to create the shape displayed:
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 Easy Odd One Out  2 mins Spatial Reasoning  Solve 
Shown below is a group of 4 objects, which might be rotated in different directions. One of the 4 objects is different from the other 3 in some way. Can you figure out which one?
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 Medium Four Blocks  2 mins Spatial Reasoning  Solve 
The city has been divided into 4 blocks. Block 1 in the north and Block 4 in the east of the city.
A postman, who delivers the letter in the city is standing at the intersection of the two lines. The postman travels the city in the following order:
1. NorthWest 20 steps
2. SouthWest 30 steps
3. SouthEast 40 steps
4. NorthEast 50 steps
5. NorthWest 15 steps
Now, find the location where the postman is standing?
A: Block 3
B: Block 2
C: Block 4
D: Block 1
E: On the line intersecting Block 1 and Block 4
F: On the line intersecting Block 3 and Block 4
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 Medium Overseas office  2 mins Verbal Reasoning  Solve 
Your company recently opened a second office overseas. Some of the people from the original office will be relocating. All the people hired in the last six months will continue working in the original location where they were hired. Which of the following statements can be true regarding employees relocating?
Options:  Rita started working for your company three months ago. In preparation for the relocation she stated looking for apartments at the new location.
 Dani was happy to hear she will be relocating. After being with the company for 5 years, she will finally move back closer to her parents.
 Rachel, who won “employee of the month” two months ago, only three months after she began working for the company, will be relocating.
 Michele, who was promoted to manager in the rival company last week, will be relocating to the overseas office.

 Easy China manufacturing  2 mins Verbal Reasoning  Solve 
The cost of manufacturing phones in China is twenty percent lesser than the cost of manufacturing phones in Vietnam. Even after adding shipping fees and import taxes, it is cheaper to import phones from China to Vietnam than to manufacture phones in Vietnam. Which of the following statements is best supported by the given information.
A: The shipping fee from China to Vietnam is more than 20% of the cost of manufacturing a phone in China.
B: The import taxes on a phone imported from China to Vietnam is less than 20% of the cost of manufacturing the phone in China.
C: Importing phones in Vietnam will cut 20% of the manufacturing jobs in Vietnam.
D: It takes 20% more time to manufacture a phone in Vietnam than it does in China.
E: Labour costs in Vietnam are 20% higher than in China.
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 Medium Commerical Premises  2 mins Verbal Reasoning  Solve 
A large real estate company conducted a recent study of their customers. The study was designed to uncover insights regarding the main criteria for choosing to invest in a residential property. A majority of the customers surveyed stated the 'returns profile' was their main priority, followed by 'development potential' and 'stability of income'. 'Portfolio legacy' ranked at the bottom in the list of factors. It was interesting to note that respondents were less likely to have residential holdings that formed part of mixeduse assets i.e. as an add on to commercial investment. One might assume that more investors are proactively investing in residential real estate rather than having incidental exposure via business investments.
Based on the given passage, what can we say about the following statement?
Business owners having commercial premises often have a residential property as part of their portfolio.
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 Medium Code language  2 mins Attention to Detail  Solve 
In a new code language called Adira,
 '4A, 2B, 9C' means 'truth is eternal'
 '9C, 2B, 8G, 3F' means 'hatred is not eternal'
 '4A, 5T, 3F, 1X' means 'truth does not change'
What is the code for 'hatred' in Adira?
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 Medium Saturdays in May  2 mins Attention to Detail  Solve 
Question: What was the date on the last Saturday of May, 2011?
Statements:
1. The first Saturday of that month fell on 7th.
2. The last day of that month was Tuesday.
Is the data provided in the statements sufficient to answer the question?
Options:  1 alone is sufficient while 2 alone is not sufficient
 2 alone is sufficient while 1 alone is not sufficient
 Neither 1 nor 2 are sufficient
 Either 1 or 2 is sufficient
 Both 1 and 2 together are sufficient

 Medium Wrong data entry  2 mins Attention to Detail  Solve 
Our data entry intern was helping us out with some work over the weekend. We took a small sample from their work to check for any mistakes. Could you help us understand how many of the intern's entries contained errors?
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 Medium MATCH INDEX LOOKUP  2 mins Excel  Solve 
Some friends live in adjacent apartments in a building in Central Perk, New York. We want to write a function to search the apartment number by name. Which of the following functions should we use?
Options:  =MATCH(B2:B9,INDEX(D3,A2:A9,0))
 =INDEX(MATCH(D3,A2:A9,0))
 =INDEX(B2:B9,MATCH(A2:A9,0))
 =INDEX(B2:B9,MATCH(D3,A2:A9,0))

 Medium Organization data  3 mins Excel  Solve 
We have two Excel files with organization data. One file has Organization ID and Organization Name fields, whereas the second file has Organization ID, Organization Name and Country fields. We wrote a query to retrieve the data from both files. Here’s a sample of the data retrieved:
We want to ensure Organization ID field is unique. Which of the following is the ideal solution that ensures Organization ID field is unique while retaining Country data?
A: Select the Organization ID and Country columns, and then click Keep Duplicates.
B: Select the Organization ID and Country columns, and then click Remove Duplicates.
C: Use Group BY function to group the rows by Organization ID. Specify output columns for Organization Name and Country using MAX operation.
D: Select Organization ID column and then click Remove Duplicates. Then specify output columns for Country using MAX operation.
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 Medium Student scores  2 mins Excel  Solve 
Here’s a sample Excel data source:
Here’s the expected data format:
Which of the following is the correct way to transform the data from the query editor to achieve the result?
A: Columns to Select: Student Only
B: Columns to Select: Student and Student ID
C: Columns to Select: Primary and Secondary
D: Command to Use: Pivot Column
E: Command to Use: Reverse Rows
F: Command to Use: Unpivot Columns
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 Medium VLOOKUP blood donor  2 mins Excel  Solve 
We are looking to find the contact number of the only blood donor with blood group O. Which function should we use to look up the correct contact number? Here's the documentation for VLOOKUP: =VLOOKUP(lookup value, range containing the lookup value, the column number in the range containing the return value, Approximate match (TRUE) or Exact match (FALSE)).
A: =VLOOKUP("O", A1:E10, 3, TRUE)
B: =VLOOKUP("O", A1:E10, 3, FALSE)
C: =VLOOKUP("O", D1:D10, 4)
D: =VLOOKUP("O", D1:D10, 3)
E: =VLOOKUP("O", A1:E10, 4, TRUE)
F: =VLOOKUP("O", A1:E10, 4, FALSE)
G: =VLOOKUP("Kane", A1:E10, 4)
Options: 
 Medium Missing element  2 mins Ravens Progressive Matrices  Solve 
Which of the following figures do you think would complete the pattern shown below?
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 Hard Missing element  2 mins Ravens Progressive Matrices  Solve 
Which of the following figures do you think would complete the pattern shown below?
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 Medium Airline Operators  2 mins English  Solve 
Four airline operators A, B, C and D operate on a popular route between 2 cities, Rome and Venice in Italy. Airline A wanted to increase the number of seats sold, so they reduced their fares for this route. Airlines B, C, D imitated this move immediately. The general belief is that the volume of air travel between Rome and Venice would increase as a result of this. Which of the following statements, if true, would add trust to the general belief?
A: All 4 airlines see increased profits.
B: Airlines start slashing rates for other routes as well.
C: A study shows that around 80% of air travel in Italy is company sponsored.
D: A study shows that air travellers in Italy are price sensitive.
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 Easy Call Gurj Clooners  2 mins English  Solve 
Folks should call Gurj Clooners if they want to:
Options:  schedule a visit to the store
 speak to him about the offers
 ask for discounts
 get a product demo
 understand the prices
 talk to a sales representative

 Medium Cigarette taxation regime  2 mins English  Solve 
Cigarettes account for only 23% of tobacco consumption, and only 16% of 250 million tobacco consumers use cigarettes. However these 16% contribute 85% of the tax revenues to the Exchequer from the tobacco sector. The punitive cigarette taxation regime has kept the tax base narrow, and lowering taxes will expand this base. Which of these best bolsters the conclusion that lowering duties will expand the tax base?
A: The cigarette manufacturers’ association has decided to indulge in aggressive promotion.
B: Cigarette manufacturers are lobbying for a reduction on duties.
C: There is a likelihood that tobacco consumers will shift to cigarette smoking if cigarette prices reduce.
D: An increase in duties on noncigarette tobacco may lead to a shift in favor of cigarette smoking.
E: There is a likelihood that tobacco consumers will shift to cigarettes if cigarette prices reduce.
F: A decrease in duties on noncigarette tobacco may lead to more tobacco consumers shifting to cigarettes.
G: Cigarette smokers are becoming increasing aware of associated health risks.
H: Increased health warnings could reduce the tax base.
Options: 
 Easy Reading Comprehension  2 mins English  Solve 
This note informs Savannah that:
A: she can purchase new toys at a discounted rate.
B: the toy store has a new collection that she can purchase from now.
C: she can sell her used toys to the store.
D: she can get used and new toys in the ongoing sale at the store.
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 Medium Hiring Developer  3 mins Data Analysis  Solve 
Two companies A and B hired developers from the year 2001 to 2005. The given bar graph shows the hiring details.
Now select the statements that are true based on the given details.
A: The data given for Company A is skewed to the left.
B: The data given for Company B is skewed to the right.
C: The data given for Company A is skewed to the right.
D: For Company B, mean and mode are equal.
E: For Company B, mean is equal to median but less than mode.
F: For Company A, median is less than mode but greater than mean.
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 Medium Negative correlation  2 mins Data Analysis  Solve 
Saffi, one of the popular schools in San Francisco did a school wide study of the students in middle school. The study found that there is a negative correlation between the time spent on Facebook per day by students and their academic achievement. How can we understand the results of this study?
A: An increase in time spent on Facebook per day causes a drop in the academic achievement of students at the middle school level.
B: There is an association between an increase in time spent on Facebook per day and the drop in the academic achievement of students at Saffi.
C: An increase in the time spent on Facebook per day causes a drop in the academic achievement of students at Saffi.
D: There is an association between an increase in time spent on Facebook per day and the drop in the academic achievement of students at the middle school level.
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 Medium Dividends  3 mins Data Interpretation  Solve 
Consider the following line chart which shows the money invested by a company in production each year and the sales made by the company each year. If the pie chart shows the shareholding pattern of the company and the company gives 10% of the profit as dividends to its share holders then what is the average dividend received by retail investors from 2000 to 2004?
Options:  3/8 (crores)
 5/8 (crores)
 2/8 (crores)
 6/8 (crores)
 7/8 (crores)
 1/8 (crores)

 Medium Laptop Brands  2 mins Data Interpretation  Solve 
Given below is the list of laptop brands and their details in which some data is missing. If the cost price of Dell is 3/5 of the cost price of Lenovo, then what will be the %profit of Dell?
Options:  22.22%
 32.31%
 28.76%
 19.74%
 35.51%
 51.54%

 Medium Median  3 mins Data Interpretation  Solve 
Consider the following line chart which shows the sales of five different companies from 2000 to 2009. Which of the following companies has the maximum percentage increase in the median from 2000 to 2004 and 2005 to 2009.
Options:  P
 Q
 R
 S
 T
 P and R
 Q and T
 S and T
 P and S
