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Friday, 22 September 2017

UIIC Assistant Prelims Exam Review - 22nd September 2017- II shift

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UIIC  Assistant Prelims Exam Review - 22nd September 2017


Dear Aspirants,

UIIC Assistant exam has been conducted today in various centers across the country. Mahendra guru is providing you the complete review of this exam. Exam level was easy to moderate. Total 100 questions were asked.  Quantitative aptitude and reasoning consist of 35 questions each and English section consist of 30 questions. 


1. Reasoning Ability – Total 35 Questions – (Level – Easy To Moderate )


TOPIC
(No. of Questions
Inequality (Direct Sums)
5 
 Puzzle(Sitting Arrangement) 8 Persons Facing Centre
5
Puzzle (Floor Based) 8 Floor
5
Blood Relation
3
Direction
2
Alpha Numeric Series
5
Miscellaneous
10
Total
35


2. Quantitative Aptitude– Total 35 Questions (Level – Easy To Moderate)

TOPIC
No. of Questions
Simplification
10
Number Series(missing)
5
Data Interpretation (Table Graph,)4 persons using sun glass in four different months
5
 Language Problems (Profit Loss, Average, Boats, and Stream, CI/SI, Time and Work, Average, Ratio and Proportion, Percentage, etc.)
15
Total
35

3. English Language - Total 30 Questions (Level - Easy)

TOPIC
No. of Questions
Reading Comprehension (Story Based on a dog and a farmer)
10
Fillers
5
Error Detection
10
Sentence Improvement
5
Total
30
Number Series : 

1). 2,   5.8,   9.1,   11.8,   13.8,    ?


Logic :

+3.8…………+3.3………..+2.7………..+2…………+1.2
……-0.5………….-0.6…………-0.7………..-0.8…….
Answer: 15
2). 8,   7,   13,   38,   ?,   754
Logic:  ×1 – 1,  ×2 – 1,   ×3 – 1,  ×4 – 1
Answer :  151
3). 8, 4, 4, 8, 32, ??
Logic: ×0.5, ×1, ×2, ×4, ×8,
Answer: 256
4). 600, 583, 549, 481, ???
Logic: Diff is 17, 34, 68, 136
Answer: 345
5). 5,   5,   8,   16,   31,   ?
Logic:
+0…………+3………..+8………..+15…………+24
……+3………….+5…………+7………..+9…….
Answer: 55

Reading Comprehension

A porcupine came and asked a dog for food. The dog said he had no food but showed him a field of sugarcane belonging to a judge.
“Eat as much as you want,” said the dog, “but leave the roots intact so that the plants will grow again.” The porcupine found the sugarcane sweet and juicy. He began to visit the field every day. In the beginning, he ate only the stems, as directed by the dog, but after a few days, he began to eat the roots too. One day the judge saw the destruction in his field and was very angry.
He called the dog and accused him of destroying his crop. The dog said it was the porcupine that was to blame. The porcupine said he was innocent and suggested that the matter be settled in court. The judge agreed.

The porcupine waited till winter set in. Then one chilly morning he went to the dog’s house and told him the judge had summoned them.
When they entered the judge’s chamber the dog began to shiver with the cold.
“See how he trembles, Your Honor,” said the porcupine. “Isn’t that a sure sign of guilt?”
“What do you have to say for yourself?” asked the judge, looking sternly at the dog.
But the dog’s teeth were chattering with the cold and he could not speak. Thinking that his silence was an admission of guilt, the judge pronounced him guilty and kicked him out of the house.
Whenever a dog barks incessantly, Africans say he is warning the judge that the porcupine has got into his field.

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