Common Admission Test (CAT) is the MBA Entrance examination which is always the first target for MBA Aspirants. CAT is seen as one of the toughest exams. It is very important to do a lot of practice in order to crack it. Find here the complete solved CAT 2004 paper with 123 questions.
Directions for question 1 to 5:
In each of these questions, the word at the top of the table is used in four different ways, numbered 1 to 4. Choose the option in which the usage of the word is incorrect or inappropriate.
1) This syrup will help your cold.
2) I cannot help the colour of my skin.
3) Ranjit may help himself with the beer in the fridge.
4) Do you really expect me to help you out with cash?
1) Your stand is beyond all reason.
2) Has she given you any reason for her resignation?
3) There is little reason in your pampous advice.
4) How do you deal with a friend who does not listen to a reason?
1) Your suggestions look great on the paper, but are absolutely impractical.
2) Do you know how many trees are killed to make a truckload of paper.
3) So far I have been able to paper over the disagreements among my brothers.
4) Dr. Malek will read a paper on criminalisation of politics.
1) I want to do an MBA before going into business.
2) My wife runs profitable business in this suburb.
3) If we advertise we will get twice as much business as we have now.
4) How you spend your money is as much my business as yours.
1) Customers have to service themselves at this canteen.
2) It's a service lift; don't get into it.
3) I'm not making enough even to service the loan.
4) Jyoti's husband has been an active service for three months.