# NTSE Mock Test – MAT

MAT section of NTSE analyses student’s ability to think, discriminate, and visualize. It also assesses student’s ability at skills such as how to explicate patterns, number sequence, character sequence, and relationship between shapes.  MAT section is not only confusing but it is sometimes time consuming as well. To ace the MAT section in your NTSE, you would need to tighten your grip on every type of question. Biggest hurdle during MAT preparation is to cover all the possible types of questions that can be NTSE. The provided NTSE mock test consists of every possible type of question that you would get to see in the official NTSE paper. The mock test is especially designed by highly experienced faculties at ntseguru.in keeping in mind that every nook and corner of MAT is covered.

## NTSE MAT Mock Test :

Incomplete Figures

1.    Identify the figure that completes the pattern

(a) (1)                          (b) (2)                          (c) (3)                          (d) (4)

2.    Identify the figure that completes the pattern

(a) (1)                          (b) (2)                          (c) (3)                          (d) (4)

Embedded Figures

3.    Find out the alternative figure which contains figure (X) as its part.

(a) (1)                          (b) (2)                          (c) (3)                          (d) (4)

4.    Find out the alternative figure which contains figure (X) as its part.

(a) (1)                          (b) (2)                          (c) (3)                          (d) (4)

Paper Folding

Direction (Que. 5 to 6): Each of the following questions consists of a set of three figures X, Y and Z showing a sequence of folding of a piece of paper. Figure (Z) shows the manner in which the folded paper has been cut. These three figures are followed by four answer figures from which you have to choose a figure which would most closely resemble the unfolded form of figure (Z).

5.    Choose a figure which would most closely resemble the unfolded form of Figure (Z).

(a) (1)                          (b) (2)                          (c) (3)                          (d) (4)

6.    Choose a figure which would most closely resemble the unfolded form of Figure (Z).

(a) (1)                          (b) (2)                          (c) (3)                          (d) (4)

Non-verbal Analogy

Directions (Que. 7 to 8): In each of the following questions, a related pair of figures (unnumbered) is followed by five other pairs of figures numbered as 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5. Out of these five numbered pairs, four have relationship similar to that in the unnumbered pair. Only one pair of figures does not have similar relationship. Select the pair of figures which does not have a similar relationship to that in the unnumbered pair. The number of that pair is your answer.

7.

(a) 1                             (b) 2                      (c) 3                   (d) 4                   (e) 5

8.

(a) 1                             (b) 2                      (c) 3                   (d) 4                   (e) 5

Non-verbal Figure partition

9.    How many parallelograms are there in the figure?

(a) 14                           (b) 15                           (c) 16                           (d) 18

10.    Count the number of triangles in the figure.

(a) 40                           (b) 48                           (c) 30                           (d) 27

Coding & Decoding

11.    In a certain code, SOBER is written as RNADQ. How LOTUS can be written in that code?

(a) KNSTR             (c) KMSTR             (b) MPUWT            (d) LMRST

12.    If ‘MEAT’ is written as ‘TEAM’, then ‘BALE’ is written as                          (a) EAB                (b) EABL                (c) EBLA                 (d) EALB

13.    If ‘WATER’ is written as ‘YCVGT’, then what is written as ‘HKTG’?

(a) IRFE                       (b) FIRE                       (c) REFI                       (d) ERIF

14.    If the word ‘TABLECLOTH’ is coded as ‘XEMRANRIXT’, how can ‘HOTEL’ be coded?

(a) RIXAT          (b) TIXAR (c) TAXIR  (d) RAXIT

Clocks & Calendar

15.    The first republic day of India was celebrated on 26th January, 1950. It was –

(a) Monday              (b) Tuesday                 (c) Thursday                (d) Friday

16.    On January 12, 1980, it was Saturday. The day of week on January 12, 1979 was –

(a) Saturday             (b) Friday                     (c) Sunday                   (d) Thursday

17.    The number of odd days in a leap year is –

(a) 1                             (b) 2                             (c) 3                             (d) 4

18.    Monday falls on 4th April, 1988. What was the day 3rd November, 1987?

(a) Monday                (b) Sunday               (c) Tuesday                  (d) Wednesday

Number and Ranking

19.    In a row of boys, If A who is 10th from the left and B who is 9th from the right interchange their positions, A becomes 15th from the left. How many boys are there in the row ?

(a) 23                           (b) 31                           (c) 27                           (d) 28

20.    A class of boys stands in a single line, One boy is 19th in order from both the ends, How many boys are there in the class ?

(a) 37                           (b) 39                           (c) 27                           (d) 38

21.    Nitin ranks 18th in a class of 49 students. What is rank from the last ?

(a) 31                           (b) 18                           (c) 32                           (d) 19

22.    If it is possible to form a number which is a perfect square of a two digit odd number using the second, fourth, seventh digits of the number 739142658 using each only once, which of the following is the second digit of that two-digit odd number?

(a) 4                         (b) 7                          (c) 3                            (d) None of these

Analogy

23.    Choose the option that expresses the same relationship as the word

Tobacco : Cancer, has

(a) Milk : Food                         (b) Bud : Flower

(c) Soil : Erosion                     (d) Mosquito: Malaria

(e) Honeybee : Wax

24.    ‘Cyclone’ is related to ‘Anti-cyclone’ in the same way as ‘Flood’ is related to …

(a) Devastation            (b)  Havoc                    (c)  River                      (d)  Drought

25. ‘Doctor’ is related to ‘Patient’, in the same way ‘Lawyer’ is related to ….

(a) Customer                (b)  Criminal                 (c)  Magistrate              (d)  Client

26. As ‘Bald’ is related to ‘Blond’, in the same way, ‘Barren’ is related to

(a) Vegetation             (b)  Farm                   (c)  Fertile                    (d)  Inhibited

Classification

Directions for (Q. 27 to Q. 30) In the following questions, three/four out of the four/five alternatives are see in a certain way and so form a group. Find the odd one that does not belong to the group.

27.  (a) Mountain              (b) Valley                     (c) Glacier

(d)  Sea-coast              (e)  Ridge

28.  (a) Asia                        (b) Australia                (c) America

(d)  Africa                    (e)  England]

29.  (a) Cholera                  (b) AIDS                       (c) Cancer

(d)  Health                   (e)  Jaundice

30.    (a) Chop                     (b) Slit                          (c) Chirp                  (d) Slice

Water and Mirror Image

Directions (Que. 31 to 34): In each of the following questions, you are given a combination of alphabets and/or numbers followed by four alternatives (a), (b), (c) and (d). Choose the alternative which most closely resembles the mirror – image of the given combination

31.    JUDGEMENT

(a) A                      (b) B                     (c) C                          (d) D

32.    QUALITY

(a) A                      (b) B                     (c) C                          (d) D

33.    MALAYALAM

(a) A                      (b) B                     (c) C                          (d) D

34.    GEOGRAPHY

(a) A                      (b) B                     (c) C                          (d) D

Cube & Dice

35.    Select from the alternative, the box that can be formed by folding the sheet shown in figure (X):

(a) 1                             (b) 2                             (c) 3                             (d) 4

36.    Count the number of cubes in the given figure.

(a) 14                           (b) 12                           (c) 10                           (d) 8

37.    Select from the alternative, the box that can be formed by folding the sheet shown in the figure (X):

(a) A only            (b) A and C only          (c) A, C and D only     (d) A, B, C and D

38.    When the following figure is folded to form a cube, how many dots would lie opposite the face bearing five dots?

(a) 1                             (b) 2                             (c) 3                             (d) 4

Puzzle Test

DIRECTIONS (Que. 39 – 42): study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below it.

In a group of five persons A, B, C, D and E:

1.    B and C are intelligent in Mathematics and Geography

2.    A and C are intelligent in Mathematics and History

3.    B and D are intelligent in Political Science and Geography.

4.    D and E are intelligent in Political Science and Biology.

5.    E is intelligent in Biology. History and Political Science.

39.    Who is intelligent in Mathematics, Political Science and Geography?

(a) A                            (b) B                            (c) C                            (d) D

40.    Who is installment in Mathematics and History but not in Geography?

(a) C                            (b) E                            (c) A                            (d) B

41.    Who is intelligent in Mathematics, Geography and History?

(a) E                             (b) A                            (c) D                            (d) C

42.    Who is intelligent in Political Science, History and Biology?

(a) A                            (b) B                            (c) C                            (d) E

Missing Character

43.    What number should replace the question mark?

(a) 12                           (b) 15                           (c) 17                           (d) 18

44.    What number should replace the question mark?

(a) 1                             (b) –1                           (c) –2                           (d) 4

45.    What number should replace the question mark?

(a) 45                           (b) 30                           (c) 52                           (d) 18

46.    What number should replace the question mark?

(a) 18                           (b) 22                           (c) 36                           (d) 19

Venn Diagram

Direction: (47 to 50) In Each of these questions given below contains three elements. These elements may or may not have some inter linkage. Each group of elements may fit into one of these diagrams at (a), (b), (c), (d). You have to indicate the group of elements which correctly fits into the diagrams.

47.    Which of the following diagrams indicates the best relation between Travelers, Train and Bus ?

(a)      (b)            (c)           (d)

48.    Which of the following diagrams indicates the best relation between Profit, Dividend and Bonus ?

(a)         (b)     (c)             (d)

49.    Which of the following diagrams indicates the best relation between Women, Mothers and Engineers ?

(a)           (b)      (c)             (d)

50.    Which of the following diagrams indicates the best relation between Factory, Product and Machinery ?

(a)                 (b)            (c)             (d)

Non-verbal classification

Directions (Que. 51-53): In each problem, out of the five figures marked (a), (b), (c), (d) and (e), four are similar in a certain manner. However, one figure is not like the other four. Choose the figure which is different from the rest.

51.

52.

53.

54.    The following problems contain four un-numbered figures forming the Problem Set and five other figures numbered as 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 forming the Answer Set. The four Problem figures have certain common features. Select a figure from amongst the Answer figures which possesses the same features.

(a)   1                  (b)   2                     (c) 3                        (d)  4                      (e)  5

Series

Direction: (Q. 55 to 62) In the following question, numbers are written in a sequence. Find the missing number, to replace the question mark from the given after given alternatives.

55.    36, 34, 30, 28, 24,?

(a)  23                          (b) 26                           (c) 20                           (d) 22

56.    97, 90, 76, 55, ?

(a)  28                          (b) 27                           (c) 26                           (d) 25

57.    1, 6, 15, ?, 45, 66, 91

(a) 25                           (b) 26                           (c) 27                           (d) 28

58.    5, 11, 23, 47, 95, ?

(a) 190                         (b) 191                         (c) 161                         (d) 169

59.    21, 23, 27, 33,?

(a) 37                           (b) 41                           (c) 43                           (d) 49

60.    68, 67, 64, 59,?

(a) 52                           (b) 53                           (c) 54                           (d) 56

61.    0, 2, 6, 8, 16, 30, 54,?

(a) 74                           (b) 88                           (c) 100                         (d) 110

62.    4, ?, 144, 400, 900, 1764

(a) 25                           (b) 36                           (c) 49                           (d) 100

Alphabet Test

Directions for (Q. 63 to Q. 67) Find the missing term in each of the following question:

63.    POQ, SRT, VUW,?

(a)  XYX                      (b)  XZY                      (c)  ZYX

(d) YXZ                       (e) None of these

64.    AB, DEF, HIJK, ?, STUVWX

(a)        MNOPQ           (b)        LMNOP           (c)        LMNO

(d)        QRSTV                        (e)  None of these

65.    z, w, t ?, n, k

(a)  a                            (b)  b                            (c)  q

(d)  s                             (e)  None of these

66.    BG, GC, HN, N ?

(a)  D                           (b)  J                             (c)  R

(d) H                            (e) None of these

67.    AOP, CQR, EST, GUV, ?

(a) JYZ                        (b)  HWX                     (c)  IWX

(d) JWX                       (e) None of these

Direction: There exists some relation between first two words same relation will be follow by last two words. Find the Missing word.

68.    Dream : Reality : : Untrue : ?

(a)  False                      (b)  True                       (c)  Unbious

(d) Purpose                  (e) None of these

69.    Gravity : Attraction : : Magnatism : ?

(a)  Earth                      (b)  Gold                      (c)  Attract

(d) Weight                    (e) None of these

70.    Writer : Novel : : Designer : ?

(a)  Cloth                      (b)  Dress                     (c)  Suite

(d)  Clothes                  (e)  None of these

Mathematical Operator

71.    If + means –, – means $\times,&space;\div$, means + and $\times$ means $\div$, then 15 – 3 + 10 $\times$ 5 $\div$ 5 = ?

(a) 5                             (b) 22                           (c) 48                           (d) 52

72.    If $means +, # means –, @ means and * means $\div$, then what is the value of 16$ 4 @ 5 # 72 * 8 = ?

(a) 25                           (b) 27                           (c) 29                           (d) 36

(e) None of these

73.    If ‘ $\times$‘ stands for ‘addition’, ‘<‘ for ‘subtraction’, ‘+’ for ‘division’, ‘>’ for ‘multiplication’, ‘–’ for ‘equal to’, ‘ $\div$‘ for ‘greater than’ and ‘=’ for ‘less than’, the state which of the following is true?

(a) 3 $\times$ 4 > 2 – 9 + 3 < 3                                  (b) 5 $\times$ 3 < 7 $\div$ 8 + 4 $\times$  1

(c) 5 > 2 + 2 = 10 < 4 $\times$ 8                                (d) 3 $\times$ 2 < 4 $\div$ 16 > 2 + 4

74.    If ‘–’ stands for ‘division’, ‘+’ for ‘multiplication’, ‘$\div$‘ for ‘subtraction’ and ‘$\times$‘ for ‘addition’, then which one of the following equations is correct?

(a) 4 $\times$ 5 + 9 – 3 $\div$ 4 = 15                       (b) 4 $\times$ 5 $\times$  9 + 3 $\div$ 4 = 11

(c) 4 – 5 $\div$ 9 $\times$ 3 – 4 = 17                        (d) 4 $\div$ 5 + 9 – 3 + 4 = 18

75.    If – means $\div$, + means $\times$, $\div$ means –, $\times$ means +, then which of the following equations is correct?

(a) 52 $\div$ 4 + 5 $\times$ 8 – 2 = 36                     (b) 43 $\times$ 7 $\div$ 5 + 4 – 8 = 25

(c) 36 $\times$ 4 – 12 + 5 $\div$ 3 = 9                      (d) 16 – 5 $\times$ 10 $\div$ 4 $\div$ 3 = 12

76.    If $\times$ means ‘addition’, – means ‘division’, $\div$ means ‘subtraction’ and + means ‘multiplication’, then which of the following is correct?

(a) 16 $\times$ 5 $\div$ 10 + 4 – 3 = 19                           (b) 16 + 5 $\div$ 10 $\times$ 4 – 3 = 9

(c) 16 + 5 – 10 $\times$ 4 $\div$ 3 = 9                             (d) 16 – 5 $\times$ 10 $\div$ 4 $\div$ 3 = 12

77.    If A + B = C + D and A + D > B + C, then which one of the following is definitely wrong?

(a) A > B                      (b) A > C                     (c) C > D                      (d) B > D

78.    If A + E = B + D, A + B > C + E, A + D = 2B, C + E > B + D, then

(a) A > B > C > D > E                                       (b) C > B > D > A > E

(c) C > B > A > E > D                                       (d) E > B > C > A > D

Blood Relation

79.    A and B are brothers. C and D are sisters A’s son is D’s brother. How is B related to C

(a) Father                (b) Brother              (c) Grand father       (d) Uncle

80.    Pointing out of a photograph, a man tells his friend, “She is the  daughter of the only son of my father’s wife.” How is the girls related to the man in the photograph?

(a) Daughter           (b) Cousin              (c) Mother                    (d) Sister

81.    ‘X’ is the wife of ‘Y’ and ‘Y’ is the brother of ‘Z’, ‘Z’ is the son of ‘P’. How is ‘P’ related to ‘X’

(a) Sister                      (b) Aunt                       (c) Brother                   (d) Father

82.    Ajay is the brother of Vijay. Mili is the sister of Ajay. Sanjay is the brother of Rahul and Mehul is the daughter of Vijay. Who is Sanjay’s Uncle?

(a) Rahul              (b) Ajay                 (c) Mehul                     (d) Data inadequate

83.    If S – T means ‘S’ is the wife of ‘T’ is S + T means ‘S’ is the daughter of ‘T’ and means ‘S’ is the son of ‘T’. What will means?

(a) ‘K’ is the father of ‘ M’                             (b) ‘M’ is the grand daughter

(c) ‘J’ is wife of ‘K’                                           (d) ‘K’ and ‘M’ are brothers

84.    A man pointing to a photograph says. “The lady in the photograph is my nephew’s maternal grandmother”. How is the lady in the photograph related to the man’s sister who has no other sister.

(a) Cousin            (b) Sister – in – law      (c) Mother         (d) Mother – in – law

85.    “Pointing to Kapil, shilpa said, his mother’s brother is the father of my son Ashish”. How is kapil related to shilpa

(a) Sister – in – law      (b) Nephew                  (c) Niece              (d) Aunt

86.    A is the uncle of B, who is the daughter of C and C is the daughter – in law of P. How is A related to P?

(a) Brother                   (b) Son                         (c) Son – in – law        (d) Data inadequate

87.    If South-East becomes North, North-East becomes West and so on. What will West become?

(a) North-East          (b) North-West        (c) South-East         (d) South-West

88.  Two cars start from the opposite places of a main road, 150 km apart. First car runs for 25 km and takes a right turn and then runs 15 km. It then turns left and then runs for another 25 km and then takes the direction back to reach the main road. In the mean time, due to minor break down the other car has run only 35 km along the main road. What would be the distance between two cars at this point?

(a) 65 km                     (b) 75 km                     (c) 80 km                     (d) 85 km

89.  One morning after sunrise, Suresh was standing facing a pole. The shadow of the pole fall exactly to his right. To which direction was he facing?

(a) East                      (b) West                (c) South            (d) Data is inadequate

90.  Rahul put his timepiece on the table in such a way that at 6 P.M. hour hand points to North. In which direction the minute hand will point at 9.15 P.M. ?

(a) South-East              (b) South                      (c) North                      (d) West

91.  Rasik walked 20 m towards north. Then he turned right and walks 30 m. Then he turns right and walks 35 m. Then he turns left and walks 15 m. Finally he turns left and walks 15 m. In which direction and how many metres is he from the starting position?

(a) 15 m West              (b) 30 m East               (c) 30 m West              (d) 45 m East

92.  K is 40 m South-West of L. If M is 40 m South-East of L, then M is in which direction of K?

(a) East                        (b) West                       (c) North-East              (d) South

93.    P started from his house towards west. After walking a distance of 25 m. He turned to the right and walked 10 m. He then again turned to the right and walked 15 m. After this he is to turn right at 135° and to cover 30 m. In which direction is he going?

(a) West                  (b) South                 (c) South-West                (d) South-East

94.  One morning after sunrise Nivedita and Niharika were talking to each other face to face at Dalphin crossing. If Niharika’s shadow was exactly to the right of Nivedita, Which direction Niharika was facing?

(a) North                  (b) South                 (c) East              (d) Data is inadequate

Non-verbal series

Direction (Que. 95 to 97): Each of the following questions consists of five figures marked A, B, C, D and E called the Problem Figures followed by five other figures marked 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 called the Answer Figures. Select a figure from amongst the Answer Figures which will continue the same series as established by the five Problem Figures.

95.

(a) 1                     (b) 2                      (c)  3                   (d)  4                     (e)  5

96.

(a) 1                      (b) 2                      (c)  3                   (d)  4                     (e)  5

97.

(a) 1                      (b) 2                      (c)  3                   (d)  4                     (e)  5

98.

(a) 1                      (b) 2                      (c)  3                   (d)  4                     (e)  5

99.

(a) 1                      (b) 2                      (c)  3                   (d)  4                     (e)  5

100.

(a) 1                      (b) 2                      (c)  3                   (d)  4                     (e)  5

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