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SBI PO Exam 2013 Practice Set: Solutions

Feb 28, 2013 13:05 IST

    SBI is all set to conduct the written examination for recruitment to the 1500 Posts of Probationary Officers. The written examination will be conducted on 28 April 2013. The experts of jagranjosh.com have come up with SBI PO Practice Set 2013 for the candidates applied for the post of probationary officers in State Bank of India. The practice set is going to be very helpful for the candidates to assess their level of preparation for the exam. This will help to know the sections or the chapters in which a candidate is comfortable and in which sections or chapters the candidate needs improvement. The practice set prepared by our experts is a part of the Jagranjosh SBI PO Exam 2013 Preparation PDF Package. This practice set includes 4 sections comprising Quantitative Aptitude, Reasoning, English Language and General Awareness. SBI PO Exam Practice Set 2013 is prepared with great zeal and efforts to ease the candidate in preparing for the exam. The questions from each and every chapter are included in the practice set.

    The experts of jagranjosh.com have come up with SBI PO Exam 2013 Preparation PDF Package for the students preparing for SBI PO Recruitme Exam 2013. We are providing complete answers with explanation of each and every question for those students who have purchased SBI PO Exam 2013 Preparation PDF Package. This efforts of our experts will help the candidates in getting the exact concept and tricks in solving the question in minimum possible time.

    Answer key for SBI PO Exam Practice Set

    Explaination of some answers is mentioned below

    31.
    Using the codes given in the table:  3^6&5  WPSRL
    Ans. (e)

    32.
    Using condition (i); 7$81% NZTBN
    Ans. (d)

    33.
    Using codes given in the table: 4#9*8  ODKYT
    Ans. (c)

    34.
    Using condition (i); 3@29$ ZEXKZ
    Ans. (b)

    35.
    Using condition (iii); ^1#5* QBDLQ
    Ans. (a)

    36 – 40
        P @ Q means “P is not smaller than Q”.  P ≮ Q ⇒ P ≥ Q
        P # Q means “P is not greater than Q”.  P ≯ Q ⇒ P ≤ Q
        P $ Q means “P is neither greater than nor equal to Q”.  P ≱ Q ⇒ P < Q
        P © Q means “P is neither smaller than nor equal to Q”.  P ≰ Q ⇒ P > Q
        P % Q means “P is neither greater than nor smaller than Q”.  P = Q

    36.
    A @ B, B © C, C # D A ≥ B > C ≤ D:
    Conclusions:
    (i) holds true: A > C
    (ii) may or may not be true
    Ans. (a)

    37.
    A © B, B % C, C $ D  A > B = C < D
    Conclusions:
    (i) holds true: A > C
    (ii) holds true: B < D
    Ans. (e)

    38.
    A @ B, B @ C, C # D A ≥ B≥ C ≤ D:
    Conclusions: A ≥ C. Thus, either of the conclusions I or II is true.
    Ans. (c)

    39.
    A $ B, B # C, C % D  A < B ≤C = D
    Conclusions:
    (i) does not hold true: B≤ D
    (ii) does not hold true: A < C
    Ans. (d)

    40.
    A $ B, B @ C, C # D  A < B ≥ C≤ D
    Conclusions:
    (i) does not hold true
    (ii) does not hold true
    Ans. (d)

    Explaination for more answers of Practise Set

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