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RRB model sample paper for commercial clerk, ticket examiner/ticket collector, accounts clerk-cum-typist, junior clerk-cum-typist, trains clerk,


Here is a model-cum-previous year paper of RRB exam for the exam of commercial clerk, ticket examiner/ticket collector, accounts clerk-cum-typist, junior clerk-cum-typist, trains clerk, apprentice, enquiry clerk exam.

Reasoning Section:

Directions (1-5): Study following arrangement carefully and answer the questions given below.  

3 8 $ Q R # T 4 S 7 @ I J U %
1 6 5 F A C 9 E G * H W K 2 £  

1.  How many such numbers are there in the above arrangement, each of which is immediately preceded by a consonant and immediately followed by a symbol?  
(1) None (2) One (3) Two (4) Three (5) More than three  

2. Which of the following is the eighth to the left of the thirteenth from the left end of the above arrangement?    
(1) R   (2) #    (3) Q   (4) T  (5) $

3.  If all the symbols and numbers in the above arrangement are dropped, which of the following will be the tenth from the right end?    
(1) I  (2) J      (3) U   (4) S  (5) None of these   

4. What should come in place of question mark (?) in the following series based on the above arrangement?    
Q#T 7IJ 15F  ?  
1) CEG  (2) 9CZ* (3) E*H (4) GHW (5) None of these   

5. How many such consonants are there in the above arrangement each of which is immediately preceded by a vowel and immediately followed by another consonant?
(1) None  (2) One  (3) two  (4) Three 5) More than three

Directions (6-10) :
Following questions are based on the five three­ digit numbers given below:,
973 825 461 592 789

6. If the positions of the first and the second digits within each number are-interchanged, which of the fol­lowing will be the third digit of the lowest number?
(1) 2  (2) 9  (3) 3  (4) 5 (5) None of these

7. If the positions of the second and the third digits within each num­ber are interchanged, which of the following will be the difference between the first and the second digits of the lowest number?
(1) 1  (2) 3  (3) 4  (4) 2 (5) None of these

8. What is the difference between the third highest and the lowest of these numbers?
(1) 358  (2) 380  (3) 323  (4) 421 (5) None of these

9 Which of the following is the sum of the first and second digits of the third highest number?
(1) 11 (2) 15  (3) 17  (4) 13 (5) None of these

10. If the positions of the first and the third digits within .each number are interchanged, which of the fol­lowing will be the second digit of the second lowest number?
(1) 9  (2) 8  (3) 7  (4) 6 (5) None of these

Answers:: 1. 3, 2.1, 3. 3, 4. 2, 5. 1. 6. 4, 7. 2, 8. 5 , 9.2, 10. 1.


Section 2: Math or Arithmetic based questions

1. If the cost price of 50 oranges is equal to the selling price of 40 oranges, then .the profit per cent is
(1) 5  (2) 10
 (3) 20  (4)25

2. A reduction of 20% in the price of salt enabled a purchaser to obtain 4 kg. more for Rs. 100. The reduced price of salt per kg is:
(1) Rs. 4 (2) Rs. 5
(3) Rs. 6.25 (4) Rs.6.50

3. The marked price of an article is Rs. 500. it is sold at successive discounts of 20% and 10%. The selling price of the article (in ru­pees) is:
(1) 350  (2) 375
 (3) 360'  (4) 400

4. If 60% of A's income is equal to 75% of B's income, then B's in­come is equal to x% of A's income. The value of x is:
(1) 70  (2) 60
 (3) 80  (4) 90

5. The area (in m2) of the square which has the same perimeter as a rectangle whose length is 48 m and is 3 times its breadth, is:
(1) 1000  (2) 1024
 (3) 1600  (4) 1042

6. The area of equilateral triangle is 400 under root 3 sq.m. It’s per me­ter is:
(1) 120 m (2) 150 m (3) 90 m (4) 135 m

7. A took 15 sec. to cross a rectan­gular field diagonally walking at the rate of 52 m/min. and B took the same time to cross the same field along its sides walking at the rate of68 m/min. The area of the field is :
(I) 30 m2 (2) 40 m2 (3) 50 m2 (4) 60 m2

8. Diameter of a wheel is 3 cm. The wheel revolves 28 times in a minute. To cover 5.280 km dis­tance, the wheel will take (Take pai 22/7):
(1) 10 minutes (2) 20 minutes
(3) 30 minutes (4) 40 minutes

9. The sides of a triangle are 3 cm, 4 cm and 5 cm. The area (in cm2) of the triangle formed by joining the mid points of this triangle is:
(1) 6  (2) 3  (3)  3  (3) 2  (4)  4

10. A cistern of capacity 8000 litres measures externally 3.3 m by 2.6 m by 1.1 m and its walls are 5 cm thick. The thickness of the bottom is:
(1) 1 m  (2) 1.1 m  (3) 1 dm  (4) 90 cm

Answers::
1. 4, 2. 2, 3. 3, 4. 3, 5. 2, 6. 1, 7. 4, 8. 2, 9.3, 10. 3

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