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Old 29th March 2013, 02:45 PM
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Will you please provide me the IIM CAT solved question paper?
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Old 29th March 2013, 05:10 PM
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You are looking for the IIM CAT solved question paper, here i am providing some questions:

1. Arrange sentences A, B, C and D between
sentences 1 and 6 to form a logical sequence.
1. Clues to the answer lie at your feet,
scattered among the rubble.
A. Most are only a few inches across.
B. The rock here is a crumbling, easily-split
sandstone and in it lie thousand upon
thousands of coiled shells.
C. They are ammonites.
D. Some are big as cartwheels.
6. No ammonite is alive today but a hundred
million years ago, they flourished in vast
numbers.
a. ADCB
b. BADC
c. CBAD
d. DCBA
2. Arrange sentences A, B, C and D between
sentences 1 and 6 to form a logical sequence.
1. A reptile becomes stuck in a swamp and
dies.
A. Over great periods of time, the peat is
compressed and turned to coal.
B. As the centuries pass and more vegetation
accumulates, the deposit turns to peat.
C. Changes in sea level may cause the swamp
to be flooded and layers of sand to be
deposited on top of the peat.
D. Dead vegetation drifts to the bottom and
covers them.
6. The reptile’s bones still remain within it.
a. DBCA
b. BCDA
c. CDBA
d. DABC
3. Arrange sentences A, B, C and D between
sentences 1 and 6 to form a logical sequence.
1. Voyager-I was very high in the ecliptic
plane.
A. They are triumphs of human engineering
and one of the glories of the American
space programme.
B. In 1981, it had made a close pass by Titan,
the giant moon of Saturn.
C. The two Voyager robots have explored
four planets and nearly sixty moons.
D. Its sister ship, Voyager, was patched on a
different trajectory, so she was able to
perform her celebrated explorations of
Uranus and Neptune.
6. They will be in the history books when
much else about our time is forgotten.
a. CBDA
b. DACB
c. BDCA
d. BCDA
4. Arrange sentences A, B, C and D between
sentences 1 and 6 to form a logical sequence.
1. There are, moreover, unconscious aspects
of our perception of reality.
A. Within the mind they become psychic
events.
B. The first is the fact that even when our
senses react to real phenomena, sights and
sounds, they are somehow translated from
the realm of reality.
C. Not to speak of the fact that every concrete
object is always unknown in certain
respects.
D. Thus every experience contains an
indefinite number of unknown factors.
6. The reason is, we cannot know the
ultimate nature of matter itself.
a. CBDA
b. BADC
c. DBAC
d. DABC
5. Arrange sentences A, B, C and D between
sentences 1 and 6 to form a logical sequence.
1. The process continued for million of years.
A. Tibet, before the collision of the
continents, had been a well-watered plain
along the southern edge of Asia.
B. Nor has this process stopped.
C. On the site of the ancient sea there flow
stood the highest and newest mountains in
the-world.
D. It was not only pushed upwards but
gradually deprived of its rainfall by the
young mountains and so changed into the
high cold desert.
6. India is still moving north at the rate of 5
centimetres a year, and each year the
rocky summits of the Himalayas are a
millimetre higher.
a. CBAD
b. DCBA
c. BADC
d. ADCB

6. Choose the alternative which suggests a
coherent paragraph.
A. The open road still softly calls, like a
nearly forgotten song of childhood.
B. Even after 400 generations in villages and
cities, we haven’t forgotten.
C. The appeal has been meticulously crafted
by natural selection as an essential element
in our survival.
D. We invest far-off places with a certain
romance.
a. BCAD
b. OCAB
c. CBDA
d. ACDB
7. Choose the alternative which suggests a
coherent paragraph.
A. The remaining chapters were written by
various authors to Jung’s direction.
B. The chapter that bears his name is his
work and nobody else’s.
C. The final editing of the complete work
after Jung’s death has been done by Dr.
Von Franz.
D. It was written, incidentally, in English.
a. CBDA
b. ADBC
c. ACDB
d. DCBA
8. Choose the alternative which suggests a
coherent paragraph.
A. It is beyond our powers to predict the
future.
B. Your own life, or your band’s, or even
your species’ might be owed to a restless
few.
C. Long summers, mild winters, which
harvests, plentiful game — none of them
lasts forever.
D. Catastrophic events have a way of
sneaking up on us, of catching us unaware.
a. ADCB
b. BCDA
c. ACDB
d. BDCA
9. Choose the alternative which suggests a
coherent paragraph.
A. The quintessence, for example, a lizard is
only fully understandable in the light of
the particular possibilities and limitations
dictated by its reptilian nature.
B. The films we made, tried to document the
lives of particular animals showing how
each found its food, defended itself and
courted etc.

C. We seldom examined the basic character
of its anatomy.
D. One element, however, was missing.
a. ACBD
b. BADC
c. ADBC
d. CDAB
10. Choose the alternative which suggests a
coherent paragraph.
A. These researchers have become so
knowledgeable about their subjects that
they have been guiding us to the right
place at the right time.
B. The great increase during the past decade
in the number of scientists actively
involved in observing animals in the wild
is very important.
C. They have guided us to see exactly that
aspect of behaviour that was of particular
interest to us.
D. Almost every group of large animals is
now being studied by scientists.
everywhere.
a. BDAC
b. CBDA
c. DCBA
d. ACBD
Directions: In Q. 11 to 15, four statement with
blanks have been given. These statements are
followed by four alternatives. Choose the one which
fits into the set of statements the maximum number
of times.
11. Four statement with blanks have been given.
These statements are followed by four
alternatives. Choose the one which fits into the
set of statements the maximum number of
times.
A. Professional studies have become the —
of the rich.
B. Every citizen has the ______ to speak,
travel and live as he pleases.
C. He has a definite _______ over all his
rivals.
D. Sheron no longer has the _____ of the
company’s bungalow and car.
a. advantage
b. privilege
c. right
d. right concession
12. Four statement with blanks have been given.
These statements are followed by four
alternatives. Choose the one which fits into the
set of statements the maximum number of
times.
A. People sensed ______
B. A bad case had come in — a person with a
smashed arm.
C. And then, without warning, struck.
D. The dogs were the first to recognise the
sings of oncoming _____
a. tragedy
b. accident
c. disaster
d. calamity

13. Four statement with blanks have been given.
These statements are followed by four
alternatives. Choose the one which fits into the
set of statements the maximum number of
times.
A. The men there have fought _______ and
emotional withdrawal, and were more
capable of helping Jim.
B. But ________ does occasionally inflict all
the adults.
C. A person who is deeply hurt feels very
____
D. It is hard to survive this feeling of _____.
a. dejection
b. lonely
c. trouble
d. depression

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