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Capgemini Sample Aptitude Questions and Answers

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Q1

Q1 Which part of the sentence given below has an error in it?
Even if he ask / for forgiveness, / I would still be mad.

A

Even if he ask

B

for forgiveness

C

No error

D

I would still be mad

Q2

Q2 Which part of the sentence given below has an error in it?
Cold methane gas is / responsible for the / blue-green color of Uranus

A

blue-green color of Uranus

B

responsible for the

C

No error

D

Cold methane gas is

Q3

Q3 Which part of the sentence given below has an error in it?
I wasn’t able to finding / a Portuguese dictionary in / this bookstore.

A

this bookstore

B

No error

C

a Portuguese dictionary in

D

I wasn’t able to finding

Q4

Q4 Mark the option which expresses the given sentence in Indirect speech.
“Where can I buy ripped denims like these?”

A

John enquired where he can buy ripped denims like them.

B

John enquired where he could buy ripped denims like these.

C

John enquired where he can buy ripped denims like those.

D

John enquired where he could buy ripped denims like those.

Q5

Q5 The sentences given below form a coherent passage when arranged logically. Choose the option which gives the correct sequence.
1. Once upon a time, when our grandfather were in their 10s, ‘there was a doctor.
2. He lived in a small town, far away from the city center, called Marshy’s Bay.
3. All the Marshians, as they call themselves, knew the smart doctor Farlittle.
4. And his name was Dr. John Farlittle M.D and he had a lot of experience in medicine.

A

1 4 2 3

B

1 3 2 4

C

2 1 3 4

D

3 1 4 2

Q6

Q6 Mark the options that contain the word(s) that fit(s) in the respective blanks most appropriately.
Martha had liked to look at her mother from a ---1--- and she had thought her to be very pretty. But as she knew very littler her, she could ---2--- have been expected to love her or to miss her very much when she was gone. She did not miss her at all in fact, and as she was a self-absorbed child she gave her entire thought to ---3--- as she had always done.
Which of these best fits blank 1?

A

length

B

distance

C

difference

D

mile

Q7

Q7 Mark the options that contain the word(s) that fit(s) in the respective blanks most appropriately.
Martha had liked to look at her mother from a ---1--- and she had thought her to be very pretty. But as she knew very littler her, she could ---2--- have been expected to love her or to miss her very much when she was gone. She did not miss her at all in fact, and as she was a self-absorbed child she gave her entire thought to ---3--- as she had always done.
Which of these best fits blank 2?

A

minutely

B

sourly

C

scarcely

D

solemnly

Q8

Q8 Mark the options that contain the word(s) that fit(s) in the respective blanks most appropriately.
Martha had liked to look at her mother from a ---1--- and she had thought her to be very pretty. But as she knew very littler her, she could ---2--- have been expected to love her or to miss her very much when she was gone. She did not miss her at all in fact, and as she was a self-absorbed child she gave her entire thought to ---3--- as she had always done.
Which of these best fits blank 3?

A

her’s self

B

own’s self

C

herself

D

oneself

Q9

Q9 Read the statement given below and decide whether it is a Fact, an Inference or a Judgement.
I don’t want to go home today.

A

Fact

B

Inference

C

Judgement

D

None of these

Q10

Q10 A sentence is broken into the following parts. Mark the option containing the correct sequence of these parts to get the complete sentence.
1. of the broken glass
2. picked up the pieces
3. Karl knelt down and

A

231

B

312

C

213

D

321

Q11

Q11 Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow.
In biology, mimicry means that two or more organisms seem similar to each other but are not connected according to their biological makeup. Because they resemble each other, one or both get protection from predators. According to most studies, the relationship between the two organs gives more benefit to one rather than both. Usually, the two parties in the mimicry relationship together deceive a third party.
In 1862, Henry Bates, an English biologist, published a paper discussing the great similarities in color of two separate Brazilian butterflies. Butterflies of one family, the Heliconiidae, are very brightly colored but cannot be eaten by birds. Those of the other family, the Pieridae, can be eaten. He believed that predators can recognize by coloration that the members of the Heliconiidae family cannot be eaten. They transfer that knowledge to the other family of butterflies. Thus, both families, including the edible kind, are protected from predators. This type of mimicry is called Batesian.
Bates also observed that several similar butterflies of different families were all inedible but looked the same. They all were protected from predators. He wondered why this was the case. A German biologist stated that he thought the reason several species looked alike although all were harmful to predators was to allow the predators to learn from one that all were dangerous. The tendency of inedible or dangerous species to look alike to protect each other is called Mullerian mimicry after Franz Muller.
The tone of the passage is:

A

formal

B

subjective

C

objective

D

instructive

Q12

Q12 Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow.
In biology, mimicry means that two or more organisms seem similar to each other but are not connected according to their biological makeup. Because they resemble each other, one or both get protection from predators. According to most studies, the relationship between the two organs gives more benefit to one rather than both. Usually, the two parties in the mimicry relationship together deceive a third party.
In 1862, Henry Bates, an English biologist, published a paper discussing the great similarities in color of two separate Brazilian butterflies. Butterflies of one family, the Heliconiidae, are very brightly colored but cannot be eaten by birds. Those of the other family, the Pieridae, can be eaten. He believed that predators can recognize by coloration that the members of the Heliconiidae family cannot be eaten. They transfer that knowledge to the other family of butterflies. Thus, both families, including the edible kind, are protected from predators. This type of mimicry is called Batesian.
Bates also observed that several similar butterflies of different families were all inedible but looked the same. They all were protected from predators. He wondered why this was the case. A German biologist stated that he thought the reason several species looked alike although all were harmful to predators was to allow the predators to learn from one that all were dangerous. The tendency of inedible or dangerous species to look alike to protect each other is called Mullerian mimicry after Franz Muller.
Which of the following statements is supported by the passage?

A

Mimicry is mostly done to deceive predators

B

Mimicry is a protective camouflage to both edible and inedible kind of butterflies

C

Butterflies mimic each other upon perceiving threat

D

Mimicry leads to the breeding of many species of butterflies

Q13

Q13 Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow.
In biology, mimicry means that two or more organisms seem similar to each other but are not connected according to their biological makeup. Because they resemble each other, one or both get protection from predators. According to most studies, the relationship between the two organs gives more benefit to one rather than both. Usually, the two parties in the mimicry relationship together deceive a third party.
In 1862, Henry Bates, an English biologist, published a paper discussing the great similarities in color of two separate Brazilian butterflies. Butterflies of one family, the Heliconiidae, are very brightly colored but cannot be eaten by birds. Those of the other family, the Pieridae, can be eaten. He believed that predators can recognize by coloration that the members of the Heliconiidae family cannot be eaten. They transfer that knowledge to the other family of butterflies. Thus, both families, including the edible kind, are protected from predators. This type of mimicry is called Batesian.
Bates also observed that several similar butterflies of different families were all inedible but looked the same. They all were protected from predators. He wondered why this was the case. A German biologist stated that he thought the reason several species looked alike although all were harmful to predators was to allow the predators to learn from one that all were dangerous. The tendency of inedible or dangerous species to look alike to protect each other is called Mullerian mimicry after Franz Muller.
Which of the following inferences can be drawn from the passage?

A

Mimicry is a very successful method of camouflage

B

Butterflies, as a species, can actively practice mimicry

C

Mimicry is very beneficial to all the organisms that practice it

D

Mimicry helps in the survival of many species of butterflies

Q14

Q14 Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow.
In biology, mimicry means that two or more organisms seem similar to each other but are not connected according to their biological makeup. Because they resemble each other, one or both get protection from predators. According to most studies, the relationship between the two organs gives more benefit to one rather than both. Usually, the two parties in the mimicry relationship together deceive a third party.
In 1862, Henry Bates, an English biologist, published a paper discussing the great similarities in color of two separate Brazilian butterflies. Butterflies of one family, the Heliconiidae, are very brightly colored but cannot be eaten by birds. Those of the other family, the Pieridae, can be eaten. He believed that predators can recognize by coloration that the members of the Heliconiidae family cannot be eaten. They transfer that knowledge to the other family of butterflies. Thus, both families, including the edible kind, are protected from predators. This type of mimicry is called Batesian.
Bates also observed that several similar butterflies of different families were all inedible but looked the same. They all were protected from predators. He wondered why this was the case. A German biologist stated that he thought the reason several species looked alike although all were harmful to predators was to allow the predators to learn from one that all were dangerous. The tendency of inedible or dangerous species to look alike to protect each other is called Mullerian mimicry after Franz Muller.
The passage is most likely an excerpt from:

A

a lepidopterological study

B

a zoological study

C

an anthropological study

D

an entomological study

Q15

Q15 A sentence is broken into the following parts. Mark the option containing the correct sequence of these parts to get the complete sentence.
1. to accept what
2. you are telling me
3. It’s hard for me

A

213

B

321

C

312

D

132

Q16

Q16 Which part of the sentence given below has an error in it?
The Commander’s - in - chief orders / arrived late and / so the army had to / move backwards in the battle.

A

arrived late and

B

move backwards in the battle

C

so the army had to

D

The Commander’s -in - chief orders

Q17

Q17 Read the passage give below and answer the questions that follow.
Originating almost three thousand years ago in Ancient Greece, the Games are a test of physical excellence, and, amazingly, they are as famous today as they were all that time ago. They took place on Olympia, the holy mountain on which was situated a temple built in honour of the Greek gods. Sports such as running and wrestling played a key part in the education of Greek boys in a society which believed that developing the body was as important as exercising the mind. In addition, the Greeks honoured their gods through athletic competition. For the inhabitants of the Greek islands, Olympia, situated as it was near the coast, became the venue for the most important of these athletic competitions.
The original Olympic Games took place every four years; men and boys participated, and running was the only event. A promise not to engage in fighting, called a ‘truce’, was made among the Greeks for one month before the Games to allow competitors to reach Olympia safely. The tension mounted as the venue filled up with participants all ______ to win. The judges had the authority to fine cities or ban their athletes from the competition if the truce was broken. There were no cash prizes, but a winner was treated as a celebrity when he went home, having so greatly enhanced the reputation of his city.
Before the Games began, oaths were sworn by competitors that they would not cheat and that they had been in training at home for ten months. Some young men arrived and, intimidated by their opponents, left even before the Games started; fines were introduced to prevent this from happening. Fines were also imposed for not attending the further obligatory training period at Olympia.
Choose the word that is closest in meaning to the word “obligatory” given in the passage.

A

prerequisite

B

mandatory

C

unnecessary

D

disagreement

Q18

Q18 Read the passage give below and answer the questions that follow.
Originating almost three thousand years ago in Ancient Greece, the Games are a test of physical excellence, and, amazingly, they are as famous today as they were all that time ago. They took place on Olympia, the holy mountain on which was situated a temple built in honour of the Greek gods. Sports such as running and wrestling played a key part in the education of Greek boys in a society which believed that developing the body was as important as exercising the mind. In addition, the Greeks honoured their gods through athletic competition. For the inhabitants of the Greek islands, Olympia, situated as it was near the coast, became the venue for the most important of these athletic competitions.
The original Olympic Games took place every four years; men and boys participated, and running was the only event. A promise not to engage in fighting, called a ‘truce’, was made among the Greeks for one month before the Games to allow competitors to reach Olympia safely. The tension mounted as the venue filled up with participants all ______ to win. The judges had the authority to fine cities or ban their athletes from the competition if the truce was broken. There were no cash prizes, but a winner was treated as a celebrity when he went home, having so greatly enhanced the reputation of his city.
Before the Games began, oaths were sworn by competitors that they would not cheat and that they had been in training at home for ten months. Some young men arrived and, intimidated by their opponents, left even before the Games started; fines were introduced to prevent this from happening. Fines were also imposed for not attending the further obligatory training period at Olympia.
Which of the following options best fits the blank given in the passage?

A

important

B

eager

C

None of the mentioned options

D

bored

Q19

Q19 Read the passage give below and answer the questions that follow.
Originating almost three thousand years ago in Ancient Greece, the Games are a test of physical excellence, and, amazingly, they are as famous today as they were all that time ago. They took place on Olympia, the holy mountain on which was situated a temple built in honour of the Greek gods. Sports such as running and wrestling played a key part in the education of Greek boys in a society which believed that developing the body was as important as exercising the mind. In addition, the Greeks honoured their gods through athletic competition. For the inhabitants of the Greek islands, Olympia, situated as it was near the coast, became the venue for the most important of these athletic competitions.
The original Olympic Games took place every four years; men and boys participated, and running was the only event. A promise not to engage in fighting, called a ‘truce’, was made among the Greeks for one month before the Games to allow competitors to reach Olympia safely. The tension mounted as the venue filled up with participants all ______ to win. The judges had the authority to fine cities or ban their athletes from the competition if the truce was broken. There were no cash prizes, but a winner was treated as a celebrity when he went home, having so greatly enhanced the reputation of his city.
Before the Games began, oaths were sworn by competitors that they would not cheat and that they had been in training at home for ten months. Some young men arrived and, intimidated by their opponents, left even before the Games started; fines were introduced to prevent this from happening. Fines were also imposed for not attending the further obligatory training period at Olympia.
Which of the following sentence is not true according to the passage?

A

Fines were imposed to prevent withdrawal out of fear of the opponent

B

Every resident of Ancient Greece could participate

C

The Greeks honoured their gods through athletic competition

D

The original Olympic games were conducted every four years.

Q20

Q20 Read the passage give below and answer the questions that follow.
Originating almost three thousand years ago in Ancient Greece, the Games are a test of physical excellence, and, amazingly, they are as famous today as they were all that time ago. They took place on Olympia, the holy mountain on which was situated a temple built in honour of the Greek gods. Sports such as running and wrestling played a key part in the education of Greek boys in a society which believed that developing the body was as important as exercising the mind. In addition, the Greeks honoured their gods through athletic competition. For the inhabitants of the Greek islands, Olympia, situated as it was near the coast, became the venue for the most important of these athletic competitions.
The original Olympic Games took place every four years; men and boys participated, and running was the only event. A promise not to engage in fighting, called a ‘truce’, was made among the Greeks for one month before the Games to allow competitors to reach Olympia safely. The tension mounted as the venue filled up with participants all ______ to win. The judges had the authority to fine cities or ban their athletes from the competition if the truce was broken. There were no cash prizes, but a winner was treated as a celebrity when he went home, having so greatly enhanced the reputation of his city.
Before the Games began, oaths were sworn by competitors that they would not cheat and that they had been in training at home for ten months. Some young men arrived and, intimidated by their opponents, left even before the Games started; fines were introduced to prevent this from happening. Fines were also imposed for not attending the further obligatory training period at Olympia.
Choose the most apt title for the passage from the options given below.

A

An athletic tribute to the gods

B

The games of ancient Greece

C

The Olympics in Ancient Greece

D

A game of skill and strength

Q21

Q21 Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow.
As a young man, Nelson Mandela became very active politically. He also studied law and became a lawyer so that he could help people. He and his friend opened the first black law firm in South Africa in 1952.
In 1948, the ruling political party in South Africa passed a law called apartheid. “Apartheid” was a law that said that black people and white people were not equal. Apartheid made it legal for people to treat black South Africans badly. In addition, black people were not allowed to vote in political elections. This new law made many black South Africans very angry. Mandela tried to get people to stand up against the unfair law. Over the next 20 years, he was arrested and put in jail many times.
In 1964, Mandela was arrested and put on trial for sabotage. During the trial, he famously said, “I have fought against white domination, and I have fought against black domination. I have cherished the ideal of a democratic and free society in which a persons live together in harmony and with equal opportunities. It is an ideal, which I hope to live for and to achieve. “Mandela was sentenced to life in prison. He stayed in prison for 26 years until he was released in 1990.
Which of the following sentence is true according to the passage?

A

Apartheid led black people not to vote in the political elections

B

The black South Africans fought for share in the country’s administration

C

All South Africans were to vote in the elections

D

South Africans were treated equally irrespective of race and gender

Q22

Q22 Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow.
As a young man, Nelson Mandela became very active politically. He also studied law and became a lawyer so that he could help people. He and his friend opened the first black law firm in South Africa in 1952.
In 1948, the ruling political party in South Africa passed a law called apartheid. “Apartheid” was a law that said that black people and white people were not equal. Apartheid made it legal for people to treat black South Africans badly. In addition, black people were not allowed to vote in political elections. This new law made many black South Africans very angry. Mandela tried to get people to stand up against the unfair law. Over the next 20 years, he was arrested and put in jail many times.
In 1964, Mandela was arrested and put on trial for sabotage. During the trial, he famously said, “I have fought against white domination, and I have fought against black domination. I have cherished the ideal of a democratic and free society in which a persons live together in harmony and with equal opportunities. It is an ideal, which I hope to live for and to achieve. “Mandela was sentenced to life in prison. He stayed in prison for 26 years until he was released in 1990.
Choose the word that is closest in meaning to the word “sabotage” given in the passage.

A

denial

B

treason

C

confirm

D

expedite

Q23

Q23 Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow.
As a young man, Nelson Mandela became very active politically. He also studied law and became a lawyer so that he could help people. He and his friend opened the first black law firm in South Africa in 1952.
In 1948, the ruling political party in South Africa passed a law called apartheid. “Apartheid” was a law that said that black people and white people were not equal. Apartheid made it legal for people to treat black South Africans badly. In addition, black people were not allowed to vote in political elections. This new law made many black South Africans very angry. Mandela tried to get people to stand up against the unfair law. Over the next 20 years, he was arrested and put in jail many times.
In 1964, Mandela was arrested and put on trial for sabotage. During the trial, he famously said, “I have fought against white domination, and I have fought against black domination. I have cherished the ideal of a democratic and free society in which a persons live together in harmony and with equal opportunities. It is an ideal, which I hope to live for and to achieve. “Mandela was sentenced to life in prison. He stayed in prison for 26 years until he was released in 1990.
What is the role of the last paragraph in the given passage?

A

It is a statement of protest against the laws of apartheid

B

It voices opposition of the special privileges given to the white South Africans

C

It articulates Mandela’s dedication to racial equality for peace and social harmony

D

It voices Mandela’s opposition to the maltreatment of the Black South Africans

Q24

Q24 Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow.
As a young man, Nelson Mandela became very active politically. He also studied law and became a lawyer so that he could help people. He and his friend opened the first black law firm in South Africa in 1952.
In 1948, the ruling political party in South Africa passed a law called apartheid. “Apartheid” was a law that said that black people and white people were not equal. Apartheid made it legal for people to treat black South Africans badly. In addition, black people were not allowed to vote in political elections. This new law made many black South Africans very angry. Mandela tried to get people to stand up against the unfair law. Over the next 20 years, he was arrested and put in jail many times.
In 1964, Mandela was arrested and put on trial for sabotage. During the trial, he famously said, “I have fought against white domination, and I have fought against black domination. I have cherished the ideal of a democratic and free society in which a persons live together in harmony and with equal opportunities. It is an ideal, which I hope to live for and to achieve. “Mandela was sentenced to life in prison. He stayed in prison for 26 years until he was released in 1990.
Choose the most apt title for the passage from the options given below.

A

Apartheid in South Africa

B

Racism in South Africa

C

Nelson Mandela’s struggle for the black people

D

Mandela’s fight for equality

Q25

Q25 Mark the option which best expresses the given sentence in Indirect speech.
“He almost jumped out his skin.”

A

Jan said that he had almost jumped out of his skin.

B

Jan said that he has almost jumped out of his skin.

C

Jan said that he almost jumped out of his skin.

D

Jan said that he had been almost jumped out of his skin.

Q26

Q26 Mark the option which best expresses the given sentence in Indirect speech.
“Can you wake Tom up for me?”

A

She asked me if I could wake Tom up for her.

B

She asked me if I can wake Tom up for her.

C

She asked me if I could wake Tom up for me.

D

She ask me whether I could wake Tom up for me.

Q27

Q27 Mark the options that contain the word(s) that fit(s) in the respective blanks most appropriately.
Leena wore her favourite Sunday dress, so tight in the chest that it made her ---1---, along with her black hat with the pink cornflowers and red ribbon. She made her way up the road paved with ---2---, and knocked on the door of the old lady. “Are you coming today, Mrs. Hess?” she ---3---.
Which of these best fits blank 1?

A

pant

B

wheeze

C

flail

D

heave

Q28

Q28 Mark the options that contain the word(s) that fit(s) in the respective blanks most appropriately.
Leena wore her favourite Sunday dress, so tight in the chest that it made her ---1---, along with her black hat with the pink cornflowers and red ribbon. She made her way up the road paved with ---2---, and knocked on the door of the old lady. “Are you coming today, Mrs. Hess?” she ---3---.
Which of these best fits blank 2?

A

cobblestones

B

tile stones

C

gravel

D

sleet

Q29

Q29 Mark the options that contain the word(s) that fit(s) in the respective blanks most appropriately.
Leena wore her favourite Sunday dress, so tight in the chest that it made her ---1---, along with her black hat with the pink cornflowers and red ribbon. She made her way up the road paved with ---2---, and knocked on the door of the old lady. “Are you coming today, Mrs. Hess?” she ---3---.
Which of these best fits blank 3?

A

beseeched

B

enquired

C

demanded

D

sought

Q30

Q30 Read the statement given below and decide whether it is a Fact, an Inference or a Judgement.
Most parents would love to get a weekend where they don’t have to worry about their children.

A

Judgement

B

Inference

C

Fact

D

None of these

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