**I.Q.**

What is next number in the series ?

Question 1 . 2 3 5 8 13 ?

(a) 19 (b) 20 (c) 21 (d) 22 (e) 23

Question 2 . 4 3 6 7 8 ?

(a) 11 (b) 16 (c) 13 (d) 18 (e) 15

Question 3 56 31 15 6 2 ?

(a) -2 (b) 1 (c) 0 (d) -1 (e) 2

Question 4 . 4 5 3 9 10 ?

(a) 11 (b) 6 (c) 12 (d) 7 (e) 8

Question 5 . 5 10 17 26 37 ?

(a) 48 (b) 50 (c) 68 (d) 61 (e) 57

Question 6 . XYZ WVV VSR UPN ?

(a)SNJ (b)TMJ (c)SMJ (d)TNL (e)TMK

Question 7. AZ DX HU MZ ?

(a) TM (b) SM (c) TL (d) RL (e) SL

Question 8. 16CW 4ES 810 20K ?

(a) 4WG (b) 4UC (c) 6WD (d) SNL (e) 8YF

Question 9 . U12Y S13W P11T L14P ?

(a)G 11 l (b) G 10K (c) H91 (d) l10K (e) 18J

Question 10 . ZE500 XH419 UL370 QQ345?

(a)KX240 (b)LX240 (c)LW336 (d)MV336 (e)MW320

**Quantitative**

Q.11 Arshad went shopping with D Rupees. He spent 20% of his money on a shirt and 25% on a shirt and 25% of what was left on a pair of shoes. What percentage of the original D Rupees did he spend?

(a)25% (b)40% (c) 45% (d) 47% (e) 50%

Q.12 Both the length and width of a certain rectangle are event numbers, and the length is three times the width. Each of the following could be the perimeter of such a rectangle EXCEPT

(a) 32 (b) 64 (c) 120 (d) 160 (e) 192

Q.13 A, B, and C each drove 100 mile lengths of a 300 mile course at speeds of 40, 50 and 60 miles per hour respectively. What fraction of the total time did A drive?

(a) 15/74 (b) 4/15 (c) 15/37 (d) 3/5 (e) 5/4

Q.14 In a student body the ratio of men of men to women was 1 to 4. After 140 additional men were admitted. the ratio of men to women became 2 to 3. How large was the student body after the additional men were admitted?

(a) 700 (b) 560 (c) 280 (d) 252 (e) 224

Q.15 A boy walking the road at 3 km per hour is overtaken by a truck traveling at 40 km per hour. If the truck breaks down 1 km beyond where it passes the boy, how many minutes after the breakdown does the boy reach the truck?

(a) 21.5 (b) 20 (c) 18(34/37) (d) 18(26/43) (e) 18.5

Question 16 .The average of three different positive integers is 100 and the largest of these three integers is 120. What is the least possible value of the smallest of these integers?

(a) 1 (b) 10 (c) 61 (d) 71 (e) 80

Question 17 . If the sum of two numbers is 7 and their difference is 5 then the larger of the two numbers is.

(a) 3 (b) 5 (c) 7 (d) 1 (e) 2

Question 18 . The side of a square is 9 inches. The distance (to the nearest inch) between any two diagonally opposite comers is:

(a) 12 (b) 11 (c) 9 (d) 15 (e) 13

Question 19 . One half of the students in a class study Persian one thirds of the remainder study Arabic. The remaining 30 do not study foreign language. How many students are there in the class?

(a) 55 (b) 90 (c) 135 (d) 180 (e) 36

**Mathematics**

Question 20 . The expression

*x*2- 8*x+*12is equal to 0 when*x=*2 and when*x=*?
a) -12 b) 6 c) -6 d) 4

Q. 21. What is the average (arithmetic mean) of all the multiples of ten from 10 to 160 inclusive? (10,20... 160)

a) 70 b) 100 c) 85 d) 90

Q. 22) For any function f(x), the inverse function f-1(x)is defined. If f(x)=3e-x

, then f-1(x)=?

a)ln(3/x) b) ln(x/3) c) ln(x).5 d) (1/3)ln(x)

Q. 23) if x% of y =100, what is y?

a) 1/x b) 100/x c)x d) 10,000/x

Q. 24) If 0.2t = 2.2 - .6s , 0.5s = 0.2t + 1.1, then s =

a) 1 b) 3 c) 10 d) 11

Q. 25) Five years ago, Ali's age was three times that of Ahmad. Ten years ago, ALi's age was one half that of Salim. If C represents Salim 's current age, which of the following represents Ahmad's current age?

a) b)2

*C*c) d) 3*C*- 5
Q. 26) If a + b - c = d, and if a - b + c = e, then a =

a) 2 (d + e) b) d - e c) 2d + e d) d + e e).5(d + e) Q. 27) A = 9x² + 9y² and B = (3x+3y)² (x, y are positive) then

a) A>B b) B>A c) A=B d) Cannot determine

Q. 28) Vertices of a quadrilateral ABCD are A(0, 0), B(4, 5), C(9, 9) and D(5, 4). What is the shape of the quadrilateral?

a) Square b) Rectangle but not a square

c)Rhombus d) Parallelogram but not a rhombus

Q. 29) On the

*xy*-coordinate plane, points*A*and*B*both lie on the circumference of a circle whose center is*O*, and the length of*AB*equals the circle's diameter. If the (*x*,*y*) coordinates of*O*are (2,1) and the (*x*,*y*) coordinates of*B*are (4,6), what are the (*x*,*y*) coordinates of*A*?
a) (3, 30.5) b) (1, 20.5) c)(0, - 4) d) (-1, -20.5)

Q. 30)

X=The length of chord

*AB*plus twice the length of chord*CD*
Y=The circle's circumference

a) X>Y b)Y>X c) X=Y d) CAN'T BE DETERMINED

Q. 31) If a rectangle's length and width are both doubled, what percentage is the new rectangle's area to the older one?

a) 50 b) 100 c) 200 d)400

Q. 32) Find the distance from G(-3, -1) to the line whose equation is y = 4

a) 4 b)5 c) 1 d) 2

Q. 33) What is Tan2(?) Cos2(?) +1 -Sin2(?) ?

a)1 b) 1- 2 Sin2(?) c) 0 d) - 2 Sin2(?)

Q. 34) If ? =200(degrees), Find area of triangle ABC.

a) 10 b) 2.5 c) 5 d)3.42 e) 1.71

Q. 35) If y= ex, then ln(dy/dx) at x=2 is

a) 0 b) 2 c) 2e d)e2

Q. 36) The slope of tangent to the curve y3x + x2y2= 6, at (2,1) is

a) -3/2 b) -5/14 c)-1 d) -3/14

Physics

Q. 37) In N-type semiconductor material the net charge is

a) +ve (Positive) b) -ve (Negative) c)No Charge d) None of these

Q. 38) The resistance of a resistor can not be changed by changing

a) Length b) Area c)Temperature d) Shape

Q. 39) Vectors are added by

a) Simple Arithmetic Rule b)Head to Tail Rule

c) Subtraction d) None of these

Q. 40) Output of AND gate will be High when both inputs of the gate are

a) Low b)High c) One High & One Low d) None of these

Q. 41) Current passing through a conductor of resistance 100?due to 10 volts potential difference applied is

a)0.1 Amp b) 0.01Amp c) 10 Amp d) 1000 Amp

**Verbal (English)**

Select the words/phrases nearest in meaning (Synonyms):

Q. 42) AGILE

a) Skillful b) Happy c ) Quick d) Tired

Q. 43) ANIMATED

a) Rough b) Colourful c) Cartoons d)Lively

Q. 44) NOVICE

a) Expert b) Facinated c)Amateur d) Master

Q. 45) CONCUR

a) Approve of b)Agree with c) To Appear d) To Occur Simultaneously

Choose the exact opposite (Antonyms):

Q. 46) GUILE

a) Cunning b) Small c)Straightforward d) Large

Q. 47) LUCID

a) Clear b) Muggy c) Tidy d)Blurred

Q. 48) LENIENT

a)Intolerant b) Skeptical c) Ethereal d) Linear

Q. 49) SERENE

a) Tumultuous b) Tranquil c) Peaceful d)Turbulent

Write the Most suitable Prepositions

Q. 50) He made his escape by jumping ______ a window and jumping ______ a waiting car.

a) Over / Into b) Between / Into c)Out of / Into d) Up to / Out of

Q. 51) Please abide ___________ the rules.

a) To b)By c) For d) Against

Q. 52) He appeared ________ the judge and has accused ________ theft.

a) In front / of b) Against / to c)Before / of d) To / of

Q. 53) He Belongs _________ Lahore and lives _______ Lawrance road.

a) From / at b)To / at c) From / off d) To / of

Reading Comprehension

Today, jet lag is familiar hazard for the seasoned traveler. Travel across time zones plays havoc with the

biological clock rhythms of the human body. For the active pilot, who is rarely in one place long enough to

know if it is time for breakfast or dinner, the impact of jet lag on his sleep is critical.

Q. 54) Today, jet lag is similar hazard for the seasoned traveler because:

a. Jet lag is very risky for travelers in all seasons

b. Jet lag is hazardous for a traveler while he is sitting in the jet plane

c. Inmodern times , jet lag is a known risk for an accustomed traveler

d. A frequent traveler has to face the risk of jet lag all the time

Q. 55) The compound word "Jet Lag" in the first sentence means:

a. Hind seat in the plane.

b. Delayed mental effects felt after a long flight.

c. Nauseating feeling during the flight.

d.A form of tiredness and disruption of the biological clock affecting passengers who have flown to a distant time zone.

Q. 56) The phrase "plays havoc with" in the passage suggests:

a. Creates confusion.

b. Is tumultuous.

c. Plays tricks.

d.Is ruining.

Q. 57) Impact of jet lag on an active pilot is critical because:

a.Heis hardly in one place long enough to know the regular timings of his meals

b. He has a very hectic routine.

c. Cannot have dinner and breakfast due to exhaustion.

d. Sleeplessness kills his appetite.

Computer Science

58) Primary key:

a. Can refer the same table as foreign key

b. Cannot refer as foreign key in same table

c. May have duplicate values

d. Cannot be NULL and may contain duplicate values

59) Higher the normal form:

a. Results in higher dependency

b. Results in lower number of joins

c. Both a and b

d. None of the above

60) Row in a table is also known as:

a. Tuple

b. Cell

c. Entity

d. None of above

61) Default mode in a class is :

a. protected

b. public

c. private

d. Hidden

62) Inheritance can be made programmatically :

a. Static

b. Dynamic

c. Constant

d. None of the above

63) _____________ are the tests that are carried out to check the limits of the

system, overload the amount or rate at which data comes in :

a. Black box testing

b. Stress testing

c. White box Testing

d. None of the above

64) ____________ is "Are we building a right product" :

a. Validation

b. Verification

c. Both a and b

d. None of the above

65) ______________ is a universal gate :

a. AND

b. NAND

c. OR

d. None of the above

66) ______________ are two type of graph representation :

a. Matrix and List

b. List and Tree

c. Matrix and Tree

d. None of the above

67) Worst case time is the _____________ running time overall (legal) inputs of size

'n' :

a. Maximum

b. Average

c. Minimum

d.None of the above

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