SBI PO 2017: How to Crack the Tough Expected Questions


Have you ever felt that in spite of preparing extremely well, you are still not sure about cracking this highly competitive SBI PO Exam? You are not alone.Finishing the syllabus, attempting multiple mock tests, revision etc., can all prepare you well for normal questions.But answering the Toughest Expected Questions (TEQ), requires more practice.

 

You will still fear the questions that might appear in the exam and feel your preparedness is low and insufficient. It creates a panic and you start rushing through your studies.

 

Tough Questions: Can You Answer?

SBI PO exams are known for its twisted questions, that could make you spend more time in solving them.In addition to preparing from the existing practice books & online mock tests, you will need some exclusive access to some of the most difficult questions.

 

Why dont you try answering some of these questions, prepared by a reasoning expert:

 

Q 1: A work is done by 66 workers not all of them have same capacity to work. Every day exactly 2 workers, do the work with no pair of workers working together twice. Even after all possible pairs have worked once, all the workers together works for 11 more days to finish the work. Find the number of days in which all the workers together will finish the work?

 

1) 66 days   2) 76 days    3) 77 days    4) 55 days    5) None of these

 

Q 2: A train approaches a tunnel AB. Inside the tunnel is a cat located at a point that is 3/8 of the distance AB measured from entrance A. When the train whistles the cat runs. If cat moves to the entrance of the tunnel, A, the train catches the cat exactly at the entrance. If the cat moves to the exit, B, the train catches the cat at exactly the exit. The speed of the train is greater than the speed of the cat by what order?

 

a) 3:1         b) 4:1         c) 5:1     d) None of these

 

 

Q 3:  Ravindra and Rekha got married 10 years ago, their ages were in the ratio of 5 : 4. Today Ravindra's age is one sixth more than Rekha's age. After marriage, they had 6 children including a triple and twins. The age of the triplets, twins and the sixth child is in the ratio of 3 : 2 : 1. What is the largest possible value of the present total age of the family?

 

1) 79              2) 93             3) 101           4) 107           5) 85

 

 

Answers with Video Explanations

Did you try solving the above problems? If you were able to get an answer, then you have surely cracked one of the toughest question.Give a congrats to yourself.

 

If you were not able to crack it, then checkout the video solutions below to know the exact steps on how to solve them.

 

Q 1: Train & Dog problem

 

 

Q 2: Work and Time problem

 

 

We hope the videos would have helped you understand the solving methodologies better.


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