1. Passage Reading 2. Verbal Logic 3. Non Verbal Logic 4. Numerical Logic 5. Data Interpretation 6. Reasoning 7. Analytical Ability 8. Quantitative Aptitude
(a) Court 1: Mushu
Court 2: Lee, Jinan
Court 3: Nee-Hau, Knot
(b) Court 1: Knot
Court 2: Mushu, Lee
Court 3: Jinan, Nee-Hau
(c) Court 1: Knot, Jinan
Court 2: Nee-Hau
Court 3: Lee, Mushu
(d) Court 1: Knot
Court 2: Lee, Jinan
Court 3: Mushu, Nee-Hau
328. John, Kate and Lenny just came back from trips to the following countries: Mauritania, Nepal, Oman, Peru and Qatar.
Each country was visited by at least one of the travellers.
Each traveller visited either two or three different countries.
Only one traveller visited Qatar.
Every traveller who visited Mauritania went to Nepal as well.
A traveller who visited Qatar did not visit Peru.
John visited all of the countries Kate did.
If Kate visited three countries, then which one of the following must be true?explanation
(a) John travelled to Peru
(b) Lenny travelled to Nepal
(c) All three travellers traveled to Mauritania
(d) All three travellers traveled to Nepal
329. Wife to Husband: Our joint income is lower than it could be. One reason for this is that I am not working all of the hours that I could be working. But soon I will begin to work at an additional part-time job and I will earn extra income.
Which one of the following is an underlying assumption of the above argument?
(a) The best way to increase the wife's income is to ask for a raise at her current place of work
(b) The couple's expenses have increased significantly lately without their awareness
(c) Reducing unnecessary expenses only would be insufficient to solve the couple's financial problem
(d) The extra income that will result from the additional part-time job will exceed any expenses caused by the new job
330. Citizens in the country of Patten want the TV License abolished. The cost of maintaining Public Television broadcasting is paid entirely out of revenue from the TV license. Patten's citizens are determined to maintain its public television broadcasting. Thus, it follows that if the TV license is abolished, then the entire cost of maintaining public television broadcasting will have to be paid for by raising the rates of general taxes.
Which one of the above is an underlying assumption of the argument in the passage?
(a) The quality of public television broadcasting is not affected by the amount of its budget
(b) If the TV license is not abolished, there will be no need to raise the rate of general taxes
(c) Costs of running the public television channel will go up once the TV license is abolished, because citizens will not know exactly how much of their tax money goes toward it
(d) The money saved by not having to collect the TV license fee would not be available to pay part of the cost of maintaining public TV broadcasting