1. Passage Reading
2. Verbal Logic
3. Non Verbal Logic
4. Numerical Logic
5. Data Interpretation
6. Reasoning
7. Analytical Ability
8. Quantitative Aptitude

129. The information that we need is shown in the graph Clothing brand sales.

Step 1 – Calculate the total annual Brand b sales by adding the 4 quarters

65 + 60 + 78 + 73 = 276

Step 2 – Calculate the fraction compared to the annual sales target

276 / 690 = 2/5

So the correct answer is (D) 2/5

130. The information that we need is shown in the graph Clothing brand sales.

Step 1 - Calculate the total clothing sales, as follows;

Brand a = 59 + 58 + 75 + 53 = 245

Brand b = 65 + 60 + 78 + 73 = 276

Brand c = 74 + 72 + 70 + 66 = 282

Step 2 - Calculate the average sales per quarter, as follows;

Brand a (245 / 4) = 61.25 i.e. 61,250

Brand b (276 / 4) = 69 i.e. 69,000

Brand c (282 / 4) = 70.5 i.e. 70,500

So the correct answer is (A) 70,500, 69,000, 61,250

131. The information that we need is shown in the table Previous month’s sales
turnover and profit and
the graph Clothing brand sales.

Step 1 from the table Previous month’s sales turnover and profit …
…Previous month’s sales turnover = 23,000

Step 2 from the graph Clothing brand sales, obtain the quarter’s sales for Brand
a (53000)

Step 3 – calculate the difference

53,000 – 23,000 = 30,000

So the correct Answer is (A) £30,000

132. The information that we need is shown in Previous month’s sales turnover and
profit. We are told
this table gives data for the previous month, which is Quarter 4, month 3.

Step 1

Calculate the 5% increase in variable costs for the previous month.

5,500 x 5/100 = £275

Step 2 – as shown in the table Previous month’s sales turnover and profit as the
variable costs
increase so profit decreases by the same amount.

So the correct answer is (B) £275 decrease

133. The information that we need is shown in the Table; Previous month’s sales
turnover and profit.

Step 1 – calculate the difference in sales tax.

16.5 – 14 = 2.5%

Step 2 – calculate the difference in tax due.

23000 x 2.5/100 = £575

Step 3

The Sales tax is actually higher so the mistake would have made the Net
Turnover appear higher
than in truth.

So the correct Answer is (A) £575 too high.

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