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Quiz Compilation - dated 29-June

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Quiz Compilation - dated 15-May

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Reference Links :  PT Vocabulary Booster # 6

Directions : Read the questions and choose any one option as the answer.


1. What did not happen? The malefactor tried his best to spoil the case for Rohit, but his benign nature built a reputation that was beyond reproach.
  1. Rohit’s reputation was sullied by his enemy
  2. Rohit, the bad guy, tried to harm
  3. Rohit, the nice guy, was unaffected by harm
  4. Both (1) and (2)
  5. Both (2) and (3)
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2. What happened? The benign tumour changed colours and quickly turned malignant, much to the doctors’ surprise.
  1. The tumour was not harmful initially
  2. Doctors assumed the tumour won’t turn bad
  3. The tumour turned harmful very fast
  4. The hamrful tumour turned good pretty fast
  5. All except (4)
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3. Which is the odd one out?
  1. Malevolent : Benevolent
  2. Malignant : Benign
  3. Bona Fide : Mala Fide
  4. Beneficent : Maleficent
  5. Benediction : Maladroit
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4. In what way is a benediction desirable?
  1. It brings a sense of relief
  2. It creates positivity
  3. It is a call to the heavens for support
  4. It is not malefic in nature
  5. All the above
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5. Spot the odd one out.
  1. benediction, beneficent, malevolent, malefic
  2. malefactor, bona fide, mala fide, benign
  3. malevolent, beneficial, benjamin, maladroit
  4. good, bad, curse, blessing, pure, impure
  5. None of the above
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Quiz Compilation - dated 02-May

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Reference Links :  PT Vocabulary Booster # 5

Directions : Read the questions and choose any one option as the answer.



1. What happened? The rebuttal offered by defence flew in the face of the facts collected by prosecution, but the Judge believed it.
  1. The judge was not totally fact-driven
  2. The judge overlooked the visible truth
  3. The judge had been bribed
  4. Both (1) and (3)
  5. Both (1) and (2)

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2. Arbitration : Instigation
  1. Love : Hate
  2. Dry : Wet
  3. Hot : Cold
  4. North : South
  5. None of the above

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3. Churning : Mind
  1. Whipping : Milk
  2. Agitating : Heart
  3. Roiling : River bed
  4. Instigating : Pacifying
  5. All the above
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4. Immunity : Vulnerability :: Susceptibility : ?
  1. Strength
  2. Fortification
  3. Indefatigability
  4. Insuperability
  5. All the above
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5. Spot the odd one out.
  1. judge, plaintiff, defence, prosecution
  2. churning, ocean, mind, agitation, restive
  3. rebuttal, rejection, antagonism, aggression
  4. love, acceptance, yearning, repelling
  5. None of the above
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Quiz Compilation - dated 26-April

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Reference Links :  PT Confidence Booster # 4

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1. What happened here? The egotistical businessman could not keep the secrets of how he swindled huge sums.
  1. his approach was full of abrasive words (ego)
  2. he just couldn’t appreciate others (egoism)
  3. he never spoke anything (egotistical)
  4. he kept everything to him (egoism)
  5. he blurted out everything (egotistical)

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2. Ambivert : Introvert
  1. 3 : 1
  2. 1 : 2
  3. 2 : 1
  4. 1 : 1
  5. None of the above

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3. Fill in the blanks in the same order.
A ….. saint that he was, it was difficult for the police to believe that he ….. allowed his reputation to be sullied.
  1. philanthropic, painstakingly
  2. misanthropic, easily
  3. egotistical, egregiously
  4. philanthropic, egregiously
  5. None of the above
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4. Altruism : Philanthropy
  1. Left > Right
  2. Much better, Better
  3. No selfish interst, Selfish interest perhaps
  4. No money needed, Often money is needed
  5. All of the above
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5. Spot the odd one out.
  1. talkative, quiet, loud, silent
  2. helping, selfish, altruistic, rapacious
  3. quiet, egoistic, reticent, egotistic
  4. philanthropic, misanthropic, selfless, helping
  5. None of the above
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Quiz Compilation - dated 18-April

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Reference Links :  PT Vocabulary Booster # 3

Directions : Read the questions and choose any one option as the answer.


1. How is this wrong? The verbose lawyer made quite an impression on the no-nonsense judge.
  1. verbosity will be this judge’s biggest turnoff
  2. being verbose in such a court is appreciated
  3. the lawyer is only doing what’s needed
  4. the judge will not want to know logic
  5. None of the above
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2. Laconic : Meaningful
  1. Garrulous : Senseless
  2. Magniloquent : Grandiloquent
  3. Cogent : Pithy
  4. Verbose : Voluble
  5. All of the above
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3. Fill in the blanks in the same order.
A ….. show of oratorical skills put him in the crosshairs of the conservative sections of his Party that always cherished ….. .
  1. garrulous, garrulity
  2. laconic, being straightforward
  3. verbose, volubility
  4. grandiloquent, magniloquence
  5. magniloquent, brevity
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4. Why is this right? A laconic lawyer may find it difficult to succeed in courts of law.
  1. one has to speak enough to convince
  2. logic needs no explanation
  3. the logic needs to be explained
  4. both (1) and (3)
  5. None of the above
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5. Spot the odd one out.
  1. talkative, garrulous, brief, voluble
  2. pompous, boastful, grand, showy
  3. brief, concise, pithy, epigrammatic
  4. rambling, lengthy, repetitive, tortuous
  5. None of the above
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Quiz Compilation - dated 14-April

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Reference Links :  PT Confidence Booster # 2

Directions : Read the questions and choose any one option as the answer.


1. How is this wrong? The resurrection of the annihilated values will create an egalitarian society.
  1. which values – not specified
  2. nothing wrong in this sentence
  3. egalitarianism is usually in the material sense
  4. annihilated cannot be resurrected
  5. Both (1) and (3)
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2. Iniquity : egalitarianism : :
  1. Consumerism : spiritualism
  2. Annihilation : resurrection
  3. Obliteration : renaissance
  4. Affluence : privation
  5. All of these show the same relation
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3. Find the odd one out.
  1. Holocaust : large scale destruction
  2. Nurturing : supporting
  3. Renaissance : revival of art and culture
  4. Consumerism : philanthropy
  5. Iniquity : differential
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4. Which of these is incorrect?
  1. When something is iniquitous, it may be bad
  2. If someone is in penury, we should help
  3. Privation can make all values evaporate
  4. Destitution is a blot on humanity’s face
  5. None of the above
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5. Fill in the blanks in the same order.
The ….. seen in Syria and Iraq when ISIS tried taking over was definitely not an example of ….. .
  1. consumerism, destitution
  2. prosperity, carnage
  3. carnage, prosperity
  4. destitution, consumerism
  5. None of these
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Quiz Compilation - dated 10-April

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Reference Links :  PT Confidence Booster # 1

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1. How is this wrong? The audacious Indian soldiers were successfully able to save the village from the intruders.
  1. audacious used at the wrong place in sentence
  2. use of audacious is wrong
  3. audacious is wrong; it should be audacity
  4. audacious to be replaced by extravagant
  5. None of the above
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2. The exuberant supporters were overjoyed when P.V. Sindhu won the Super Series.
  1. exuberant to be replaced by exuberance
  2. exuberant is too extreme here
  3. supporters are optimistic, not exuberant
  4. exuberant Sindhu, not supporters
  5. Nothing wrong in this sentence
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3. Find the odd one out.
  1. rapacious : greedy, hence over the limit
  2. audacious : over the limit
  3. cherubic : under the limit
  4. exuberance : a positive feeling
  5. courteous : always respecting the limits
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4. Which of these is incorrect?
  1. Courteous = Respectful
  2. Exuberant = Brimming with joy
  3. Audacity = Asking for it!
  4. Rapacity = Excellent at giving it away
  5. Generosity = Magnanimity
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5. Fill in the blanks in the same order.
The ….. approach shown by the police ….. a ….. solution to the festering problem created by some ….. anti-social elements, as majority came around.
  1. rapacious, disabled, proper, audacious
  2. courteous, disabled, proper, audacious
  3. exuberant, enabled, proper, rapacious
  4. courteous, enabled, proper, audacious
  5. None of these
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