Jun 20, 2016

Previous Year High Level Quantitative Aptitude Questions SBI PO Preliminary Exam

Previous Year High Level Quantitative Aptitude Questions SBI PO Preliminary Exam

SBI PO Examination Previous Year Question

Directions (1-15) : Study the following graph carefully and answer the questions given below:
The Income (In Rs Lakhs) of a - company and per cent profit in the given year Income

Previous Year High Level English Questions SBI PO Preliminary Exam

1. What was the approximate average expenditure during the given year?
(1) Rs. 11 lakhs
(2) Rs. 130 lakhs
(3) Rs. 120 Iakhs
(4) Rs. 140 lakhs
(5) Data inadequate

2. In which of the following years the amount of profit was maximum?
(1) 1997
(2) 1994
(3) 1993
(4) 1995
(5) None of these

3. It the profit in 1997 was 25 percent what was the expenditure in that year?
(1) Rs. 130 lakhs
(2) Rs. 148 lakhs
(3) Rs. 120 lakhs
(4) Rs. 152 lakhs
(5) None of these

4. In which of the following years the increase/decrease in the percent profit minimum in comparison to the last year?
(1) 1994
(2) 1996
(3) 1997
(4) 1995
(5) None of these

5. What was the approximate expenditure in the year 1994?
(1) Rs. 120 lakhs
(2) Rs. 160 lakhs
(3) Rs. 140 lakhs
(4) Rs. 180 lakhs
(5) Data inadequate


State Bank of India (SBI) Probationary Officers Preparation 2016 - Preliminary & Main Examination


Directions (6 -10) : Study the following tables carefully and answer the questions given below:
Number of Cars (in thousands) of Different Models and Colours sold in two Metro Cities in a year.
Metro M Metro H
Colour Colour
Black Red Blue White Silver Black Red Blue White Silver
A 40 25 55 75 15 45 32 40 60 20
B 20 35 60 80 20 30 37 39 81 35
C 35 30 50 90 35 40 42 41 86 37
D 45 40 45 85 40 35 39 37 90 42
E 50 35 35 60 30 50 44 43 77 22
F 55 42 40 75 52 47 34 45 87 17

6. The total number of silver coloured cars sold in Metro H is approximately what percentage to that of Metro M?
(1) 130
(2) 140
(3) 90
(4) 100
(5) 110

7. What is the difference between the numbers of blue colour cars model C sold in Metro M and number of red colour cars model F sold in Metro H?
(1) 8,000
(2) 10,000
(3) 12,000
(4) 15,000
(5) None of these

8. In Metro M the number of cars sold was maximum for which of the colour-model combinations?
(1) White-C
(2) Blue- B
(3) Silver-B
(4) White-D
(5) None of these

9. The total number of blue coloured cars of Model E and D sold in Metro H is exactly equal to the number of white coloured cars of which model an Metro M?
(1) B
(2) F
(3) C
(4) A
(5) None of these

10. The difference between the while coloured cars sold between the two metros of which of the following models is the minimum?
(1) A
(2) C
(3) D
(4) F
(5) None of these

Directions (11-15) : Each of the questions below consists of a question and three statements denoted A, B and C are given below it. You have to study the questions and all the three statements and decide whether the question can be answered with any one or two of the statements or all the statements are required to answer the question.

11. What is R’s share of profit in a joint venture?
A. Q started business investing Rs. 80,000/- .
B. R joined him after 3 months.
C. P joined after 4 months with a capital of Rs. 1,20,000 and got Rs. 6,000 as his share of profit.
(1) Only A and C are required
(2) Only B and C are required
(3) All A, B and C together are required
(4) Even with all A, B and U the answer cannot be arrived at
(5) None of these

12. What is the area of a right angled triangle?
A. The perimeter of the triangle is 30 cm.
B. The ratio between the base and the height of the triangle is 5 : 12
C. The area of the triangle is equal to the area of a rectangle of length 10 cms.
(1) Only Bland C together are required
(2) Only A and B together are required
(3) Only either A or B and C together are required
(4) Only A and C together are required
(5) None of these

13. What will be sum of two numbers?
A. Among the two numbers, the bigger number is greater than the smaller number by 6.
B. 40% of the smaller number is equal to 30% of the bigger number.
C. The ratio between half of the bigger number and 1/3rd of the smaller number is 2 : 1
(1) Only B and C together are necessary
(2) Only A and B together are necessary
(3) Out of A, B and C any two together are necessary
(4) All three A, B and C together are necessary
(5) None of these

14. How much profit did Mahesh earn on the cost price of an article by selling it?
A. He got 15% discount on the marked price at the time of purchase.
B. He sold it for Rs. 3060.
C. He earned 2% profit on the marked price.
(1) Only A and B both together are necessary.
(2) Only B and C both together are necessary.
(3) Only A or C and B together are necessary.
(4) Even A, B and C all together are not sufficient to answer the question.
(5) All three A, B and C together are necessary.

15. How much marks did Arun secure in English?
A. The average marks obtained by Arun in tour subjects including English is 60.
B. The total marks obtained by him in English and Mathematics together is 170.
C. The total marks obtained by him in Mathematics and Science together is 180.
(1) All three A, B and C together are necessary.
(2) Only A and B together are necessary
(3) Only B and C together are necessary
(4) Only A and C together are necessary
(5) None of these

Directions (16-20) : Study the following pie chart carefully and answer the questions given, below.
Percent of money spent on various items and savings by a family during 2000.
Model High Level English Questions SBI PO Preliminary Exam


16. Maximum expenditure of the family was on
(1) Food
(2) Housing
(3) Education of children
(4) Savings
(5) None of these

17. The total savings of the family for the year, were equal to the expenditure on.
(1) Food
(2) Clothing
(3) Housing
(4) Transports
(5) None of these

18. What percent of the income was spent on transport and other items together?
(1) 25%
(2) 20%
(3) 30%
(4) 32%
(5) None of these

19. If the total income of the family was Rs. 1,00,000. How much money was spent on the education ?
(1) Rs. 10000
(2) Rs. 12000
(3) Rs. 15000
(4) Rs. 23000
(5) None of these

20. If the total income for the year was Rs. 1,00,000 the difference of the expenses (in rupees) between housing and transport was.
(1) Rs.15000
(2) Rs. 12000
(3) Rs. 7000
(4) Rs. 10000
(5) None of these

Questions Answers
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2 5
3 5
4 3
5 3
6 3
7 5
8 1
9 1
10 5
11 4
12 2
13 2
14 5
15 5
16 1
17 3
18 1
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