Re: NIIT aptitude test questions and answers
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Select the choice that is most parallel to the key word pair. Circle the letter that appears before your answer.
Role : Actor : :
Options : (a) aria : soprano (b) private : soldier
(c) melody : singer (d) position : ballplayer
Rude : Erudite : :
Options : (a) rural : urban (b) churlish : learned
(c) rustic : urbane (d) coarse : smooth
Mathematics : Numerology : :
Options : (a) biology : botany (b) psychology : medicine
(c) anatomy : medicine (d) astronomy : astrology
Stable : Horse : :
Options : (a) barn : silo (b) sty : pig
(c) fold : ram (d) coop : hen
Bright : Brilliant : :
Options : (a) colour : red (b) yellow : red
(c) contended : overjoyed (d) light : fire
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Re: NIIT aptitude test questions and answers
Here I am sharing the Program Aptitude Test (PAT) paper of NIIT Imperia with you
Program Aptitude Test (PAT) paper:
Directions for Questions (1 - 4): Read the passage and answer the questions that follow. [2 mark each]
L1 The view that the social sciences are methodologically distinct from the other sciences has
L2 sometimes been fallaciously illustrated by arguments that obscure the distinctions between
L3 technique and method and between discovery and validation. For example, the following
L4 type of argument is given. Suppose that the first thing a Martian witnesses on earth is a
L5 woman voting a straight ticket in an election. Though the Martian might be able to describe
L6 the physical characteristics of the event, he could never, it is argued, explain its peculiarly
L7 social characteristics, its meaningfulness in a social context. However, no argument about
L8 the method of social science should require that techniques of observation and experiment
L9 should be used that are proper to the physical sciences. In addition, examples purporting to
L10 show that there are greater difficulties in formulating theories or hypotheses in social
L11 science have no bearing on the method by which such theories are verified.
Question 1: The primary purpose of the passage is to
(a) corroborate a technique of observation
(b) criticize a way of arguing
(c) analyze a similarity
(d) introduce a corollary
Question 2: It can be inferred that the author believes which of the following about theories in the social sciences?
(a) they are not reliable in their descriptions and illustrations of complex cultural behavior.
(b) They are not concerned with any social behaviors other than those verifiable by direct observation.
(c) They are not appropriately substantiated by the same kinds of experiments that are used in the physical sciences.
(d) They are not distinguishable among themselves on a theoretical basis, though they are distinguishable from physical theories on a technical basis.
Question 3: It can be inferred from the passage that those who put forward the Martian argument believe that
Options : (a) people with the same backgrounds have the same understanding of the social phenomena of their culture
(b) people with different backgrounds are unable to comprehend each otherís social behavior
(c) the description of the physical characteristics of
a phenomenon is the first step toward reaching an understanding of the phenomenon?
(d) the meaning of a social phenomenon cannot be determined by simply viewing the phenomenon
Question 4: The author of the passage is concerned with asserting that
(a) the procedures used in validating a hypothesis are not the same as the procedures used in originating the hypothesis
(b) the differences between the methods of the physical sciences and those of the social sciences should be ignored.
(c) the discovery of a hypothesis that might explain a social phenomenon must be preceded by the detailed observation of cultural habits
(d) differences in perception yield different conclusions about social phenomena
Question: 5 BASKETBALL : BASKET
Options : (a) football : foot (b) soccer : goal
(c) baseball : stadium (d) tennis : racket
Question: 6 CORRODED : METAL
Options : (a) diseased : antibody (b) erased : mistake
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