1. Passage Reading 2. Verbal Logic 3. Non Verbal Logic 4. Numerical Logic 5. Data Interpretation 6. Reasoning 7. Analytical Ability 8. Quantitative Aptitude
110. False The article explicitly states this was its original meaning but in recent times it has changed to encompass any form of discrimination that halts career progression.
111. Cannot say This is a sneaky one. The passage states that “Many reports and studies now suggest that change is happening and that cracks [in the glass ceiling] are beginning to appear”. The next sentence tells us ”studies also claim however that change is happening…”. So the passage is telling us that reports have suggested change is happening, but the passage does not go as far as telling us if these reports are true or false, so we cannot say.
112. True We are told that “in some businesses and organisations” the glass ceiling blocks people who are “qualified and experienced” for the role but are discriminated against. We are not told at what level this can occur, but since the statement refers to the “top of their field”, i.e. the very highest position, we can deduce that the glass ceiling would come into play before developing to the very top of their field.