2019/2020 updated Past questions and answers for Sterling Bank graduate trainee (entry-level) jobs conducted by Workforce Group. Gain the confidence you need to pass the test by practicing with this study pack.
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Sterling Bank Aptitude test past questions and answers contains updated Workforce past questions and answers from Previous Sterling bank recruitment. It contains well explained answers to help you solve your actual tests faster, and gain more confidence to pass the test easy.
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The Sterling Bank aptitude test is conducted by Workforce Group and it covers the following areas:
1. Online Assessment:
2. On-Site Assessment:
Verbal/Critical Reasoning and
Sample Online Test
Select the first line of the company address.
(A) 110 Glester Road
(B) 191 Glester Road
(C) 119 Gleester Road
(D) 119 Glester Road
(E) None of the above.
Correct Answer: D
The errors in the other options have been highlighted in red text. The correct answer was available;
therefore “none of the above” cannot be selected as the right answer. In this case some of the items
are spelt incorrectly or the correct items are present, but in the wrong order.
Sample On-site Test
Fresh water accounts for 2.5% of all water on earth. Of this freshwater, 0.3%
exists as surface water. Of this fresh surface water, 87% is found in lakes,
11% in swamps and 2% in rivers. If the total volume of water on earth is
1.386 billion km³, what is the total volume of water found in lakes?
(A) 80,3738 km³
(B) 85,8383 km³
(C) 90,4365 km³
(D) 95,3731 km³
(E) 100,291 km³
Step 1 – Calculate the total volume of fresh water by identifying 2.5% of the total volume of
1.386 x 0.025 = 0.03465 billion km³ = 34.65 million km³
Step 2 – Calculate the total volume of fresh water which exists as liquid ground water by
identifying 0.3% of the total volume of fresh water.
34.65 x 0.003 = 0.10395 million km³ = 103.95 thousand km³
Step 3 – Calculate the total volume of water which is found in lakes by identifying 87% of the
total volume of liquid groundwater.
103.95 x 0.87 = 90.4365 thousand km³ = 90,4365 km³
Thus the correct answer is (C) 90,4365 km³
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