Seplat graduate job aptitude test past questions study pack
Seplat graduate job aptitude test past questions study pack is your best preparation material for Seplat Graduate Recruitment test. The test is usually conducted by Dragnet and it is in two stages
Stage 1 is an online logical reasoning test which is basically administered to whittle down the number of candidates.
Stage 2 is the performance verification phase. The assessment is conducted in a physical test location and usually more rigorous than the online test.
The stage 2 test includes Numerical reasoning, Verbal reasoning and Abstract/ Inductive reasoning.
This study pack(Seplat graduate job aptitude test past questions study pack) contains well explained and in-depth guide on how to solve Dragnet’s logical reasoning questions, as well as the using actual samples.
Learn how to effectively solve the questions and confidently select the correct answers during your test…
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Reading the Passage and Time Management The Verbal Reasoning subtest assesses your reading comprehension and verbal critical reasoning skills under severe time constraints. You will usually have less than half a minute for every question! The section is comprised of reading passages with each of them followed by 2-4 statements.
You must first consider your solving strategy. Try and apply both of the following strategies, in order to see which one suits you best: Start by reading the passage. Start by reading the question.
Choosing the first strategy, read each passage once very carefully. Add the meaning of one sentence to the one before it, trying to draw a mental “map” of the information and the logic in the passage.
If a sentence confuses you, reread it and the one before it if necessary, to try and fully absorb to information to the fullest extent.
If the meaning of a word or phrase is unclear to you, try to grasp its meaning by its context. This is very important, since the verbal reasoning section examines both your comprehension and vocabulary skills.
Notice extreme words that refer to: Exclusion, inclusion, prohibition, negation, etc. Remember that the relationship between the different parts of the passage are sometimes more important than their actual content.
The 180 students in a group are to be seated in rows so that there is an equal number of students in each row. Each of the following could be the number of rows EXCEPT (A) 4 (B) 20 (C) 30 (D) 40 (E) 90
A parking garage rents parking spaces for $10 per week or $30 per month. How much does a person save in a year by renting by the month rather than by the week? (A) $140 (B) $160 (C) $220 (D) $240 (E) $260 3. (A) 24 (B) 27 (C) 39 (D) 51 (E) 219
Of the following, which is the best approximation to ?0026.0 (A) 0.05 (B) 0.06 (C) 0.16 (D) 0.5 (E) 0.6
At a certain diner, a hamburger and coleslaw cost $3.59, and a hamburger and french fries cost $4.40. If french fries cost twice as much as coleslaw, how much do french fries cost? (A) $0.30 (B) $0.45 (C) $0.60 (D) $0.75 (E) $0.90
It can be inferred from the passage that, compared with the requirements of law, the percentage goals set by “some federal and local agencies “(lines 14- 15) are (A) more popular with large corporations (B) more specific (C) less controversial (D) less expensive to enforce (E) easier to comply with
Which of the following, if true, would most weaken the author’s assertion that, in the 1970’s, corporate response to federal requirements (lines 18-19) was substantial (A) Corporate contracts with minority-owned businesses totaled $2 billion in 1979. (B) Between 1970 and 1972, corporate contracts with minority-owned businesses declined by 25 percent. (C) The figures collected in 1977 underrepresented the extent of corporate contracts with minorityowned businesses. (D) The estimate of corporate spending with minority-owned businesses in 1980 is approximately $10 million too high. (E) The $1.1 billion represented the same percentage of total corporate spending in 1977 as did $77 million in 1972.
The author would most likely agree with which of the following statements about corporate response to working with minority subcontractors? (A) Annoyed by the proliferation of “front” organizations, corporations are likely to reduce their efforts to work with minority-owned subcontractors in the near future. (B) Although corporations showed considerable interest in working with minority businesses in the 1970’s, their aversion to government paperwork made them reluctant to pursue many government contracts. (C) The significant response of corporations in the 1970’s is likely to be sustained and conceivably be increased throughout the 1980’s. (D) Although corporations are eager to cooperate with minority-owned businesses, a shortage of capital in the 1970’s made substantial response
Statement 2 The remedy for SCID with the lowest rate of success currently is a bone marrow transplant from an immunologically unmatched parent. We were introduced with 2 methods for treating SCID. If, as the passage states first, “The best treatment for the disease is a bone marrow transplant from an immunologically matched sibling” and, second, “the success of gene therapy now rivals or betters that seen in unmatched donor situations” we understand that the treatment with the same or lowest rate of success is a bone marrow transplant from an immunologically unmatched parent. Therefore, the answer is True. Again, this observation can be drawn directly from the mental map. Statement 3 Siblings are always immunologically matched. Let’s solve this question using the elimination method. Although this method is lengthy, it is good for practice purposes, as it helps sharpen critical reasoning skills. The passage discusses “an immunologically matched sibling” and “unmatched donors, such as parents.” → Is the statement True? We can infer from the passage that there are siblings who are immunologically matched. Yet, the statement uses the qualifier “always”, and the passage does not say whether or not siblings are always immunologically matched, nor can this fact be inferred from it. Since neither of the terms for a True statement are validated, this statement cannot be true. → Is the statement False?