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Give me question paper for SSC Combined Graduate Level Tier 2 Examination orngizes by staff selection commission??

Here I am giving you question paper for SSC Combined Graduate Level Tier 2 Examination orngizes by staff selection commission in word file attached with it ..

Quantitative Abilities

1. He said (A) / that he wanted a room (B) / and that his luggage would follow. C)/ No error (D).

2. Our country (A) / does not lack (B) / in scientists of quality. C) /No error (D).

3. What really matters (A) / in the struggle for life (B) / is to overcome one’s fear. C) / No error (D).

4. It is believed (A) / that smoking is (B) /one of the causes of cancer. (C)/ No error (D).

5. This watches superior (A) / and more expensive (B) / than that one. C) / No error (D).

6. It is feared that (A) / hundreds of people (B) / have lost lives. (C) No error (D).

7. He is (A) / one of those students (B) / who comes late regularly. (C) / No error (D).

8. No other newspaper (A) / has so large a circulation (B) / like this newspaper in India (C) / No error (D).

9. It was (A)/ me who telephond (B) / the fire service. (C) / No error (D).

10. Though she appears to be very tall (A) /she is just an inch (B) / taller than me. (C) / No error (D).

11. These meteorological disturbance disturbances in the atmosphere of art criticism (A) / have crossed over to our own shores (B) / bringing mist and clouds in its wake. (C) / No error (D).

12. This Child (A) / was run over (B) / with a private bus.(C) No error (D).

13. Kambli is one of the players (A) / who has been selected (B) / for the test match. (C) / No error (D).

14. We can decide it (A) / only after (B) / farther investigation. (C) / No error (D).

15. On every Sunday (A) / I play cricket (B) / in the afternoon. (C) / No error. / No error (D).

16. Please arrange (A) / for my boarding and lodging (B) / in Tirupathi. (C) / No error (D).

17. Each boy and girl (A) / in the class (B) / bring a text book each day. (C) / No error (D). he would pass

18. Two millions people (A) / attend the meting (B) / held in parade grounds. (C) / No error (D).

19. Had millions people (A) / the examination (B) / in first class. (C) / No error (D).

20. He not only play (A) / tennis regular (B) / but also cricket. (C) / No error (D).

Directions: In questions no. 21 to 25, sentences are given with blanks to be filled in with an appropriate word (S).Four alternatives are suggested for each question. Choose the correct alternative out of the Four and indicate it by blackening the appropriate oval () in the Answer Sheet.

21. After the treatment, he was relived ___________ the pain

(A) for
(B) Of
(C) from
(D) With

22. Several items have been left____________ from

(A) Out
(B) Within
(C) Behind
(D) Off

23. I have not paid my school fees_________

(A) Already
(B) Now
(C) Then
(D) Yet

24. She has seen this movie twice.

(A) Yet
(B) Often
(C) Already
(D) Quite

25. My father has _________ returned home from work.

(A) Now
(B) Never
(C) Defense
(D) Just

Directions: In questions no. 26 to 28, out of the four alternatives, choose the one which best expresses the meaning of the given word and mark it in the Answer Sheet.

26. Onslaught

(A) Counterattack
(B) Resistance
(C) Defense
(D) Invasion

27. Grotesque

(A) Exposure
(B) Stupidity
(C) Absurd
(D) Trial

28. Ignominy

(A) Exposure
(B) Stupidity
(C) Disgrace
(D) Trial

Directions: In Questions no. 29 t 31, choose the word opposite in meaning to the given word and mark it in the Answer Sheet.

29. Fervent

(A) Partial
(B) Dispassionate
(C) Ardent
(D) Decent

30. Garrulous

(A) Verbose
(B) Serious reticent
(C) Gaunt
(D) Gaunt

31. Scrupulous

(A) Scrupulous
(B) Wise
(C) Caring
(D) Careful

Directions: In questions no. 32 to 34, there are four different words out of which one is wrongly spelt find the wrongly spelt word and indicate it by blackening the appropriate oval () in the Answer

32. (A) fervent
(B) Favour
(C) Fervour
(D) Fervid

33. (A) Decision
(B) Position
(C) Incision
(D) Collusion

34. (A) Heterogeneous
(B) Virtuous
(C) Ingenious
(D) Ingenuous

Directions: In questions no. 35 to 44, four alternatives are given for the given idiom / phrase of as underlined in the sentence. Choose the alternative which best expresses the meaning of the Idiom/ phrase and mark it the Answer Sheet.

35. The mother- in law expected her daughter-in law to be always at her beck and call.

(A) Ready to withdraw
(B) Ready to serve
(C) Ready to call
(D) Ready to play

36. When I opened the door, my books were lying at sixes and sevens.

(A) In neat order
(B) In disorder
(C) Under the table
(D) In piles on the floor

37. His behavior indicates that he has blue blood

(A) feels depressed often
(B) Suffers anemia
(C) Belongs to a royal family
(D) Has diseased blood

38. I am trying to figure out the hidden agenda in yesterday’s meeting.

(A) Wicked motive
(B) False Idea
(C) Indirect tax
(D) Secret reason

39 . He always seems to get the lion’s share of the projects

(A) An insignificant part
(B) The minimum share
(C) An equal share
(D) A major share

40. Oliver Twist was between black and blue and blue when he asked for more food

(A) Remonstrated
(B) Whipped badly
(C) Thrashed severely
(D) Given a scolding

41. To pull wool over someone’s eyes

(A) To investigate
(B) To reprimand someone
(C) To deceive another
(D) To keep a secret

42. I find myself in a position where I have to choose between the devil and the deep blue sea.

(A) Near the horrid sea
(B) In a state of confusion
(C) Out of one’s proper place
(D) Between two equal evils

43. Even a small toy can become an apple of discord between two Children.

(A) Cause of happiness
(B) Cause of meeting
(C) Tasty like an apple
(D) Cause of dispute

44. Do you think this examination is a hard nut to crack?

(A) Similar to planting a nut tree
(B) A difficult job
(C) A Boring job
(D) Similar to to cracking a nut

Directions: no. 45 to 64 the 1st and the last parts of the sentence paragraph are numbered 1 and 6. The rest of the sentence / paragraph is split into four parts and named P, Q, R and S, These four parts are not given in their proper order. Read the sentence / paragraph and find out which of the four combinations is correct and mark it in the Answer sheet.

45. The role of modern youth

P. As they have to not only
Q. Then that of their forefathers
R. Keep the torch of freedom aloft
S. Is far more challenging

6. But also keep it always lit.

46. Modern education is bookish

P. The harsh realities of life
Q Imparted in schools and colleges
R. And divorced from
S. The so called liberal education

6. Dose not helps students earn their livelihood.

47. The Great Lakes are a group of Superior is so called not because it is the largest,

P. Superior is so called not because it is the largest,
Q. On the border between the USA and Canada
R. Five freshwater lakes on North America
S. Bur because it is higher upstream than the others.

6. Huron takes its name from the name French setters gave it.

48. Delhi’s Indira Gandhi International Airport is the only one in the country to have runways equipped with a CAT IIIB Instrument Landing System.

P. This technology guides pilots to land even when visibility is cut to 50 meters.
Q. This is because
R. Finding an explanation for such failure wont’t be easy.
S. However, it falls to operate often.

6. The issue involves multiple stake holders and a web of unclear briefs.

49. The Australians were very proud and felt privileged

P. In their country
Q. To host the Olympic
R. As it elevated their stature
S. In the eyes of the world

6. At the threshold of the new millennium

50. Ram has an important examination to sit for in a few weeks time.

P. But he could not concentrate.
R. What He saw was not very nice- he was very pale.
R. He sat to prepare fir it.
S. After a while he looked at himself in the mirror.

6. He said to himself," What I need is Fresh air."

1. There are 200 questions on a 3 hour examination. Among 200 questions, 50 are Science. He spent twice, as much time on each Mathematics questions as for each other question. How many minutes did he spend on Mathematics questions?





2. The remainder when 919 + 6 is divided 8 is





3. The least five-digit perfect square number which id divisible by 3, 4, 5, and 8 is





4. Which of the following numbers does not fit into the series?

14, 19, 29, 40, 44, 51, 59, 73





5. What will be the remainder when 19100 is divided by 20?





6. A toy factory manufactured a batch of electronic toys. If the toys were packed in boxes of 115 each, 13 boxes would not be filled completely. If the boys were packed in boxes of 65 each, 22 such boxes would not be enough to pack all of them. Coincidentally, in the end, the toys were packed n in boxes containing n toys each, without any remainder. The total number of toys was





8. Complete the series: 7, 26, 63, 124, 215, 342, __?__





9. A woman sells to the first customer half her stock of apples and half an apple, to the second customer half an apple and half of her remaining stock and so also to a third and to a fourth customer. She finds that she has now 15 apples left. How many had she at first?





10. A and B can complete a job in 24 days 1 working together. A alone can complete it in 32 days. Both of them worked together for 8 days and them A left. The number of days B will take to complete the remaining job is





11. In a factory, there are equal number of women and children. Women work for 6 hours a day an children and 4 hours a day. During festival time, the work load goes up by 50%. The government rule does not allow children to work for more than 6 hours a day. If they are equally efficient and the extra work is done by women, then extra hours of work put in by women every day are





12. A and B each working alone can do a work in 15 days and 25 days respectively. They started the work together, but B left after some time and A finished the remaining work in 7 days. After how many days from the start did B leave?





13. A and B started a business with Rs. 20,000 and Rs. 35,000 respectively. They agreed to share the profit in the ratio of their capital C joins the partnership with the condition and lays Rs. 2,20,000 as premium for this, be shared between A and B. This is to divided between A and B in the ratio of

9 : 10

10 : 9

10 : 1

1 : 10

14. A can complete a work in 20 days and B 30 days. A worked alone for 4 days and the B completed the remaining work along with C in 18 days. In how many days can working alone complete the work?





15. A pipe can fill a cistern in 12 minutes and another pipe can fill it in 15 minutes, but third pipe can empty it in 6 minutes. The first two pipes are kept open for 5 minutes in the beginning and then the third pipe also opened. Number of minutes taken empty the cistern is





16. Brothers A and B had some savings in the ratio 4 : 5. They decided to buy a gift for their sister, sharing the cost in the ratio 3 : 4. After they bought, A spent two-third of his amount while B is left with Rs. 145. Them the value of the fit is

Rs. 140

Rs. 175

Rs. 70

Rs. 105

17. The taxi charges in a city contain fixed charges and additional charge.km. The fixed charge is for a distance of upto 5 km and additional charge/km thereafter. The charge for a distance of 10 km is Rs. 350 and for 25 km is Rs. 800. The charge for a distance of 30 km is

Rs. 900

Rs. 950

Rs. 800

Rs. 750

18. The marks of 3 students A, B and C are in the ratio 10 : 12 : 15. If the maximum marks of the paper are 100, then the marks of B cannot be in the range of

70 – 80

80 – 90

20 – 30

40 – 50

19. The average of the test scores of a class of ‘m’ students is 70 and that of ‘n’ students is 91. When the scores of both the classes are combined, the average is 80. What is n/m?





20. The average salary per head of all workers of an institution is Rs. 60. The average salary per head of 12 officers is Rs. 400. The average salary per head of the rest is Rs. 56. Then the total number of workers in the institution is





21. A cricketer played 80 innings and scored an average of 99 runs. His score is in the last inning is zero run. To have an average of 100 at the end, his score in the last innings should have been

60 runs

80 runs

10 runs

1 run

22. A man spends an average of Rs. 1,694.70 per month for the first 7 months and Rs.1,810.50 per month for the next 5 months. His monthly salary if he saves Rs. 3,084.60 during the whole year is

Rs. 1,000

Rs. 2,000

Rs. 2,400

Rs. 3,000

23. A and B undertake to do a piece of work for Rs. 2,200. A alone can do it in 8 days, while B can do it in 6 days. With the help of C, they complete it in 3 days. Find C’s share.

Rs. 150

Rs. 100

Rs. 450

Rs. 300

24. By selling an article at 80% of it marked price, a trader makes a loss of 10%. What will be the profit percentage if he sells it at 95% of its marked price?





25. By selling an umbrella for Rs. 30, a shopkeeper gains 20%. During a clearance sale, the shopkeeper allows a discount of 10% of the marked price. He gain during eh sale season is





26. What is the maximum percentage discount (approximately) that a merchant can offer on his marked price so that he ends up selling at no profit or loss, if he initially marked his goods up by 40%?




No discount

27. A shopkeeper marks the prices at 15% higher than the original price. Due to increase in demand, he further increase the price by 10%. How much percentage profit will he get?





28. From a vessel containing 100 l of wine, 10 l are drawn out and an equal amount of water is added. From the mixture, 10 l is again drawn out and same quantity of water is added. What is the final ratio of wine and water?

91 : 9

81 : 19

80 : 20

90 : 10

29. From each of two given numbers, half the smaller number is subtracted. After such subtraction, the larger number is 4 times as large as the smaller number. What is the ratio of the numbers?

4 : 1

4 : 5

5 : 2

1 : 4

30. Men, women and children are employed to do a work in the proportion of 3 : 2 : 1 and their wages as 5 : 3 :2. When 90 men are employed, total daily wages of all amounts to Rs. 10,350. Find the daily wage of a man.

Rs. 115

Rs. 75

Rs. 45

Rs. 57.50

31. A sells an article to B making a profit of 1/5 of his outlay. B sells it to C, gaining 20%. If C sells it for Rs. 600 and incurs a loss of 1/6 of his outlay, the cost price of A is

Rs. 720

Rs. 800

Rs. 600

Rs. 500

32. A man had a certain amount with him. He spent 20% of that to buy an article and 5% of the remaining on transport. Then he gifted Rs. 120. If he is left with Rs. 1,400, the amount he spent on transport is

Rs. 95


Rs. 76

Rs. 61

33. The population of a town is 3,11,250. The ratio between women and men is 43 : 40. If there are 24% literate among men and 8% literature among women, the total number of literature persons in the town is





34. In an examination, 52% of the candidates failed in English and 43% failed in Mathematics. If 17% failed in both the subjects, then the percentage of candidates, who passed in both the subjects, was





35. In a election there were only two candidates. One of the candidates secured 40% of votes and is defined by the other candidate by 298 votes. The total number of votes polled is





36. P and Q are 27 km away. Two trains with speeds of 24 km/hr and 18 km/hr respectively start simultaneously from P and Q and travel in the same direction. They meet at a point R beyond Q. Distance QR is

48 km

36 km

126 km

81 km

37. A boat covers 12 km upstream in 3 hours, while it covers 36 km upstream and 24 km downstream in hours. What is the speed of the current?

2 km/hr

2.5 km/hr

1.5 km/hr

1 km/hr

38. Average rainfall on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday is 420.5 cm and average on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday is 330.5 cm. If the ratio of rainfall for Monday and Friday is 20 : 21, find the rainfall in cm on Monday and Friday.

1700, 1740

1682, 1762

1800, 1890

1600, 1680

39. The average of 5 consecutive integers starting with ‘m’ is n. What is the average of 6 consecutive integers starting with (m + 2)?

40. A manufacture sells an article to a wholesale dealer at a profit of 10%. The wholesale dealer sells it to a shopkeeper at 20% profit. The shopkeeper sells it to a customer for Rs. 56,100 at a loss of 15%. Then the cost price of the article to the manufacture is

Rs. 50,000

Rs. 55,000

Rs. 25,000

Rs. 10,000

41. A loss of 19% gets converted into a profit on 17% when the selling price in increased by Rs. 162. The cost price of the article is

Rs. 360

Rs. 540

Rs. 450

Rs. 600

42. A man purchased 150 pens at the rate of Rs. 12 per pen. He said 50 pens at a gain of 10%. The percentage gain at which he sell the remaining pens so as to gain 15% of the whole outlay is

43. A dealer sold two types of goods for Rs. 10,000 each. On one of them, he lost 20% and the other he gained 20%. His gain or loss percent in the entire transaction was

4% gain

4% loss

2% loss

20% gain

44. The cost price of 40 articles is the same at the selling price of 25 articles. Find the gain %





45. Water flows at a rate of 10 meters per minute from a cylindrical pipe 5 mm in diameter. How long will it take to fill up a conical vessel whose diameter at the base is 40 cm and depth is 24 cm?

48 mins 15secs

55 mins

51 mins 12 secs

52 mins 1 sec

46. The three perpendicular distances of three sides of an equilateral triangle from a point which lies inside that triangle are 6 cm, 9 cm and 12 cm respectively. The perimeter of the triangle is

55 Ö2 cm

53 Ö3 cm

42Ö2 cm

45 Ö3 cm

47. The area of aright-angled triangle is 34 cm2 and one of the sides containing the right angle is 6 cm. The altitude on the hypotenuse is

5.2 cm

12 cm

3.6 cm

4.8 cm

48. A cost of cultivating a square field at a rate of Rs. 135 per hectare is Rs. 1,215. The cost of putting a fence around it at the rate of 75 paise per metre would be

Rs. 900

Rs. 1,800

Rs. 360

Rs. 810

49. The area of a trapezium is 384 cm2. IF its parallel sides are in the ratio 3 : 5 and the perpendicular distance between them is 12 cm, the smaller of the parallel sides is

30 cm

36 cm

20 cm

24 cm

50. The perimeter of the triangular base of a right prism is 60 cm and the sides of the base are in the ratio 5 : 12 : 13. Then its volume will be (height of the prism being 50 cm)

5400 cm3

9600 cm3

6000 cm4

6600 cm3

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