# IBPS PO Model Test Paper (Pre Exam) with Answer Key

IBPS PO Model Test Paper (Prelims Exam) with Answer Key | IBPS PO Prelims model question paper

Candidates must try below questions for practice and these are like a questions that expected to come in exam.

What will come in place of question mark (?) in the following questions?

1). 92 x 576 ÷ (21296 ) = (?)3 + 49

(a) 3   (b) (9)2   (c)  9   (d)  27

2). 1/6 of 92% of 24/23 of (650) = 85 + ?

(a) 18   (b) 21  (c) 19  (d) 28  (e) None of these

3). (15 x 0.40)4 ÷ (1080 ÷30)4 x (27x 8)4 = (3 x 2)?+5

(a) 8   (b) 3   (c)  12  (d) 16  (e) None of these (a). 25  (b)  √5    (c)  625    (d)  15    (e) 5

(5)   (8 X 8)1/2 +(9)1/2 = (?)3 + 8 – 340

(a) 7     (b)   19    (c)   18   (d)  9   (e)  None of these

Directions (Q. 6- 10): What approximate value will come in place of ? in the following questions?

(6) – (4.99)3 + (29.98)2 – (3.01)4 = ?

(a) 550   (b)  590   (c)  620   (d) 650   (e)  690

(7)  466.97 – 3245.01 + 1122.99 = ? + 2309.99

(a) -8965   (b) -2965  (c) -7965   (d)  -3965   (e)  -965

(8) 5998 ÷ 9.98 + 670.99 – 139.99 = ?

(a) 1080   (b)  1280   (c)  1180   (d)  1130   (e) 1230

9) 67.99% of 1401 – 13.99% of 1299 = ?

(a).  700   (b). 720   (c).  770    (d). 800   (e).  740 (a.) 1600    (b.) 1650   (c.) 1700  (d.) 1550   (e.) 1750

Directions (11– 15): Find the number that will come in place of question mark (?) in the following number series:

11) 3    7    15     27     63     127      255

a) 7     b) 15   c) 27    d) 63    e) 127

12) 19   26    33    46    59    74   91

a) 26   b) 33   c) 46    d) 59    e) 74

13) 445     221    109     46    25    11    4

a) 221    b) 109    c) 46    d) 25    e) 11

14) 3     7   15    39    63    127   255    511

a) 7    b) 15     c) 39    d) 63    e) 127

15) 1    3    10    21   64   129   356    777

a) 10    b) 21   c) 64    d) 129   e) 356

Directions (16-20): In the following questions two equations numbered I and II are given. You have to solve both the equation and Give answer if

a) x > y
b) x ≤  y
c) x < y
d) x ≥ y
e) x = y or the relationship can’t be determined 21) The respective ratio between the present ages of Ram, Rohan and Raj is 3 : 4 : 5. If the average of their present ages is 28 years then what would be the sum of the ages of Ram and Rohan together after 5 years?

(a.) 45 years   (b.) 55 years   (c.) 52 years  (d.) 59 years  (e.) None of these

22) Raman scored 456 marks in an exam and Sita got 54 percent marks in the same exam which is 24 marks less than Raman. If the minimum passing marks in the exam is 34%, then how much more marks did Raman scored than the minimum passing marks?

(a.) 184   (b.) 196   (c.) 190   (d.) 180   (e.) None of these

23) The cost of five chairs and three tables is Rs. 3,110/-. Cost of one chair is Rs. 210/- less than cost of one table. What is the cost of two tables and two chairs?

(a.) Rs. 1,660/-   (b.) Rs. 1860/-   (c.) Rs. 2,600/-   (d.) Cannot be determined   (e.) None of these

24) The total area of a circle and a rectangle is equal to 1166 sq. cm. The diameter of the circle is 28 cm. What is the sum of the circumference of the circle and the perimeter of the rectangle if the length of the rectangular is 25 cm?

(a.) 186 cm   (b.) 182 cm   (c.) 184 cm   (d.) Cannot be determined   (e.) None of these

25) A 320 meter long train moving with an average speed of 120 km/hr crosses a platform in 24 seconds. A man crosses the
same platform in 4 minutes. What is the speed of man in meter/second?

(a.) 2.4   (b.) 1.5   (c.) 1.6   (d.) 2.0   (e.) None of these

26) Smallest angle of a triangle is equal to two third the smallest angle of a quadrilateral. The ratio between the angles of the
quadrilateral is 3 : 4 : 5 : 6. Largest angle of the triangle is twice its smallest angle. What is the sum of second largest angle of the triangle and largest angle of the quadrilateral?

(a.) 160°  (b.) 180°  (c.) 190°  (d.) 170°  (e.) None of these

27) Seema purchased an item for Rs. 9,600/- and sold it for loss of 5 percent. From that money she purchased another item and sold it for gain of 5 percent. What is her overall gain/loss?

(a.) Loss of Rs. 36/-  (b.) Profit of Rs. 24/-  (c.) Loss of Rs. 54/-  (d.) Profit of Rs. 36/-  (e.) None of these

28) The sum of 8 consecutive odd numbers is 656. Also average of four consecutive even number is 87. What is the sum of the smallest odd number and second largest even number?

(a.) 165   (b.) 175   (c.) 163   (d.) Cannot be determined   (e.) None of these

29) The simple interest accrued on a sum of certain principal is Rs. 7,200/- in six years at the rate of 12 p.c.p.a what would be the compound interest accrued on that principal at the rate of 5 p.c.p.a. in 2 years.

(a.) Rs. 1020/- (b.) Rs.1055/- (c.) Rs.1050/- (d.) Rs.1025/- (e.) None of these

30) Sum of square of first number and cube of second number together is 568. Also square of the second number is 15 less than square of 8. What is the value of three-fifth of the first number? (Assuming both the numbers are positive)

(a.) 18 (b.) 8 (c.) 9 (d.) 16 (e.)None of these

Directions (31-35): Study the following table carefully to answer the questions that follow. 31) Total amount earned by Person –A in the year 2006 and person C in the year 2010 together was approximately what percent of the amount earned by Person – E in the year 2009?
(a.) 151   (b.) 155   (c.) 168   (d.)174   (e.) 162

32) What is the approximate percent increase in the amount earned by Person-D in the year 2010 as compared to the previous year?

(a.) 7  (b.) 21   (c.) 18   (d.) 15   (e.) 12

33) Whose earning increased consistently from the year 2005 to the year 2010?

(a.) A   (b.) B   (c.) C   (d.) D   (e.) E

34) What was the respective ratio between the amount earned by person – B in the year 2007 and person – D in the year 2010?

(a.) 32 : 107   (b.) 31 : 105   (c.) 29 :107   (d.) 32 : 105   (e.) None of these

35) What was the average of the earning of person-B in the year 2006, C in the year 2008 and E in the year 2005 together?
(a.) Rs. 3.62 lacs   (b.) Rs. 2.64 lacs  (c.) Rs. 3.64 lacs  (d.) Rs. 10.86 lacs   (e.) None of these 