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Angry CLATers open letter: 135 out of 150 questions plagiarised, but managed to get 20 answers wrong, allege bias

This is in continuation of the previous open letter written by us. After we pointed out 22 genuine errors in the question paper, the CLAT authorities with-held the result and appointed an expert committee to look upon the errors. We were a bit hopeful about the same. Now, when the new result has been published, the CLAT authorities have proved their insincerity and have shown that they have conducted an All India Level examination with a lackadaisical attitude.

On 4th June, Professor Gurdip Singh Bahari (Convenor, CLAT Core Committee) stated on National Television, “Questions were set by experts and thereafter an expert committee of Vice Chancellors of four National Law Universities moderated the question paper. All precautions, all care was taken to assure that the question paper is free of all errors

[Editor’s note: The interview referred to is the following on India Today TV: https://www.facebook.com/RSCMforCLAT/posts/912032658858028]

Rajdeep Sardesai covers a story on CLAT

Posted by Rajneesh Singh on Thursday, June 4, 2015

Professor Gurdip Singh wrongly used the word ‘set’. He should have used the word ‘copied’. We looked into four major sections of CLAT 2015 Question paper, namely English, General Knowledge, Maths and Logical Reasoning and shockingly, 135 out of 150 questions were exactly copied from one source or the other. It is important to note here that not only the questions were copied as it is but also the options were copied in the same order. The proof the same is attached herewith as Annexure 1.

It is also relevant to note here that the following was the break-up of the no. of questions which were exactly copied in these four sections are-

  • English- 36 out of 40
  • GK- 43 out of 50
  • Maths- 18 out of 20
  • Logical- 38 out of 40

The remaining 15 questions are supposedly original.

The CLAT Authorities defended themselves by giving a lame reason saying, “That since everything now is in public domain. There is hardly any Question Bank available and therefore the paper setters are finding it difficult to come up with innovative new questions.” The statement was given by a member of CLAT Core Committee, Professor Faizan Mustafa (VC of NALSAR)

It is also very important to note here, that even question no. 186, where options (c) and (d) were the same was copied as it is from the following website which also had the exactly same error of same options (c) and (d). http://infomind.in/reasoning/blood-relation

This shows us the ‘expertness’ of the so called expert committee which made the question paper, rather copied the question paper from different sources.

It is also very important to note here that in GK section, 43 out of 50 questions were exactly copied (along with the options in the same order) from some source or the other. And shockingly, 27 of them were from only one source i.e. 2 months GK of www.gktoday.in [Editor’s note: This website is based in Jaipur, Rajasthan]. The website gives 10 questions of Current GK on a two day basis and gave around 300 questions in the months of February and March 2015. And out of these 300 questions, shockingly 27 questions came in CLAT 2015 (i.e. almost 15% of the paper from one source).

This completely shows that it must only be done to give special advantage to the students of some coaching […], who were already told about the same [Editor’s Note: Legally India could not independently verify this allegation]. This is the major reason of a lot of students getting selected in Top NLUs this year from the city of […] [Editor’s Note: Legally India could not independently verify this allegation].

This was also accepted by Professor Faizan Mustafa, (VC of NALSAR and Member of CLAT Core Committee), who stated that, “This is a sheer coincidence”. Recently, Aligarh Muslim University cancelled their Medical Entrance Examination only on the ground that a lot of students form one centre of Kerala got through the entrance test.

We have a question to everyone, “Is it possible to have two answers to a particular question in an objective test, where only one option can be an answer?” You would obviously consider it a silly question and your obvious answer would be negative. But shockingly, the members of the CLAT Committee does not think so. In one of the shocking revelations by Professor Faizan Mustafa, “In law, there can be a difference of opinion. In one case, you like to convict a person and I would like to acquit him”. How can one have two opinions as far as questions in competitive examinations are concerned? And if there are such questions, then they should be cancelled immediately.

Now, when the experts and we students pointed out errors in the question paper in around 25-30 questions, Professor Gurdip Singh Bahari (Convenor of CLAT Core Committee) said, “Even now when we have published the question paper, I received various mails. I again appointed expert committee to find out the authenticity of those mails whether there are real errors in the question paper. The expert committee has given me a finding. In UG paper, there is only one error and the question has been neutralized

‘HAIL CLAT AUTHORITIES’ HAIL CLAT AUTHORITIES’

‘SHAME RMLNLU’ SHAME RMLNLU’

This is a matter of shame that the expert committee have neglected those questions whose wrong answers were very obvious even to a layman. Oh yes, I am sorry, this is the same expert committee which has so called “set” the paper is the same who have exactly copied 135 out of 150 questions.

NOW THE ONLY WAY THROUGH WHICH JUSTICE CAN HAPPEN TO ALL THE CLAT ASPIRANTS WOULD BE A RE-TEST WHICH SHOULD ACTUALLY BE SET-UP BY AN ‘EXPERT COMMITTEE’ AND NOT LIKE THIS ‘SO CALLED EXPERT COMMITTEE’.

CHALLENGES MADE BY US AND THE VERDICT GIVEN BY THE EXPERT COMMITTEE

Question 2

The answer for the question has to be (c) [ABBBA] instead of (a) [BABBA] for the following two reasons:

1. In the second statement, the word “censured” would be used instead of “censored” because critics does not have an authority to censor the movie, they can only criticize (censure) it.

2. In the fourth statement, the word “broach” would be used instead of “brooch”. Broach means to talk about a subject which is difficult to discuss because it is embarrassing

            Brooch means a decorative pin worn by women

Therefore, the because the second statement and the fourth statement will be B and B respectively, the only possible answer could be (c) i.e. ABBBA

The expert committee have supposedly ignored this question and according to them their answer is correct. The committee which has so called “set” the paper is the same who have exactly copied 135 out of 150 questions.

Question 23

Options (a), (b) and (c) are eliminator as they do not contain ‘no telling’, hence the sentence cannot continue. Hence, option (d) is the correct answer.

The expert committee have supposedly ignored this question and according to them their answer is correct. The committee which has so called “set” the paper is the same who have exactly copied 135 out of 150 questions.

Question 25

Dulcet means melodious whereas Raucous means Harsh. Therefore, they are antonyms. The correct answer should be both (c) and (d) as in both the options the words are antonyms to each other.

Palliative and Exacerbating are antonyms. Theory and Practical are also antonyms.

The expert committee have supposedly ignored this question and according to them their answer is correct. The committee which has so called “set” the paper is the same who have exactly copied 135 out of 150 questions.

Question 35

The answer should be (b) i.e. discouragement of imports as it is clearly mention in the first line of the third paragraph.

In this question, the expert committee have showed their so called ‘expertise’ by calling it a ‘typographical error’. We are still wondering of the typographical error, this question can have. The committee which has so called “set” the paper is the same who have exactly copied 135 out of 150 questions.

Question 36

The answer should be (d). As no Indian cars are sold abroad, therefore the performance is worse than poor and it is equivalent to disrepute, therefore answer (d).

The expert committee have supposedly ignored this question and according to them their answer is correct. The committee which has so called “set” the paper is the same who have exactly copied 135 out of 150 questions.

Question 60

Kathak will also be the right answer as it is also one of those dance which was essentially performed solo (e.g. BirjuMaharaj) and now it is performed in group as well. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/National_Institute_of_Kathak_Dance

Massey, Reginald (2004). India's dances: their history, technique, and repertoire.Abhinav

Publications.ISBN81-7017-434-1.

The expert committee have supposedly ignored this question and according to them their answer is correct. The committee which has so called “set” the paper is the same who have exactly copied 135 out of 150 questions.

Question 111

The answer will be [(b) Ramu cannot be prosecuted for theft] because tree is an immovable property and when it became a movable property by cutting it down, it was never moved after that which is a prime requirement of the principle.

The expert committee have supposedly ignored this question and according to them their answer is correct. The committee which has so called “set” the paper is the same who have exactly copied 135 out of 150 questions.

Question 113

The answer will be [(a) Mr. X cannot enter into contract because he is of unsound mind when he entered into the contract]. It is clearly mentioned in the facts of the case that Mr. X enters into a contract with Mr. Y when he is of unsound mind. No question of burden of proof will arise as nothing like that is mentioned in the principle.

The expert committee have supposedly ignored this question and according to them their answer is correct. The committee which has so called “set” the paper is the same who have exactly copied 135 out of 150 questions.

Question 114

The answer will be [(c) It was not a valid offer because willingness to enter into a contract was absent]. Option (b) would be incorrect because nothing like “invitation to offer” is mentioned in the principle. The word “willingness” is mentioned in the principle which makes (c) a much better option than (b).

The expert committee have supposedly ignored this question and according to them their answer is correct. The committee which has so called “set” the paper is the same who have exactly copied 135 out of 150 questions.

Question 124

Here, the answer would be clearly [(c) Pawan is not liable because typing sound did not disturb anyone else other than Jeevan]. It is clearly mentioned in the principle, “The use or enjoyment, envisaged herein, should be normal and reasonable taking into account surrounding situation”. In the present question, Jeevan is not a reasonable person because the facts clearly mention that he “could not put up with any kind of continuous noise”. It was only Jeevan who was being disturbed by the typing noise which clearly indicates that the enjoyment envisaged by Pawan is normal and a reasonable one.

The expert committee have supposedly ignored this question and according to them their answer is correct. The committee which has so called “set” the paper is the same who have exactly copied 135 out of 150 questions.

Question 128

The answer would be [(a) Both A and R are individually true and R is correct explanation of A] because both the Assertion and Reason are statements given by famous jurists namely Ihering and Bentham respectively. However, it is obvious that with greater happiness to greater number, social control will be the natural outcome and vice-versa.

The expert committee have supposedly ignored this question and according to them their answer is correct. The committee which has so called “set” the paper is the same who have exactly copied 135 out of 150 questions.

Question 134

The answer would be clear [(d) A is false but R is true]. The line is direct pick-up from the

Preamble which clearly mentions that “We, the people of India, having solemnly resolved to constitute India into a Sovereign, Socialist, Secular, Democratic, Republic”. Here in the assertion, only the last two words “Democratic Republic” are mentioned, therefore the answer would be (d).

The expert committee have supposedly ignored this question and according to them their answer is correct. The committee which has so called “set” the paper is the same who have exactly copied 135 out of 150 questions.

Question 136

The answer would be [(b) She is guilty of attempt to commit suicide]. It is clearly mentioned in the definition of attempt as given in the question, “If the actual transaction has commenced which would have ended in the crime if not interrupted, there is clearly an attempt to commit the crime.” Here as Rani started running, the actually transaction has commenced which would have ended in suicide if not interrupted.

The expert committee have supposedly ignored this question and according to them their answer is correct. The committee which has so called “set” the paper is the same who have exactly copied 135 out of 150 questions.

Questions 161-168

 

W

X

Y

Z

Before

Exchange

1st Camera- 1500

2nd Camera- 3500

 

Total- 5000

2 Chessboards- 500 each

(1000)

Record Player- 2000

Total= 3000

3 Cricket Bats- 700 each (2100)

Cycle- 1000

Walkman-700

 

Total = 1700

After

Exchange

1 Cricket Bat- 700

Walkman- 700

2nd Camera- 3500

Total- 4900

 

Loss = 100

Cycle- 1000

1 Chessboard- 500

 

Total = 1500

 

Loss= 1500

Record Player- 2000

1 Cricket Bat- 700

 

Total= 2700

 

Gain = 600

1 Cricket Bat- 700

1st Camera- 1500

1 Chessboard- 500

Total= 2700

 

Gain= 1000

Question 166

As per the table drawn above, the price of all the things remaining with the four persons would amount to (4900 + 1500 + 2700 + 2700) which is equal to 11800, therefore answer would be (b)

Question 167

Clearly as per the table, the answer would be (b) Record Player

This time I am shocked, the so called ‘expert committed’ defended there answer in this question as well. The committee which has so called “set” the paper is the same who have exactly copied 135 out of 150 questions.

Questions 169 to 173

169-173: The question is picked up from CAT 2003 but copied wrongly. 
The data given in the table is wrong. For the person “I”, the numbers of the blanks answers should be 17, 46, 90 instead of 17, 26, 90. This error must have disturbed many and the set should be cancelled. It is also affecting the answer of 169 directly.

The expert committee wrongly copied this puzzle and still they are defending there answers. The committee which has so called “set” the paper is the same who have exactly copied 135 out of 150 questions. HAIL EXPERT COMMITTEE.

Annexure 1

ENGLISH

Question 1

https://books.google.co.in/books?id=ZZnHm5wXxjAC&pg=SA10-PA15&lpg=SA10-PA15&dq=the+further%5BA%5D/farther%5BB%5D+he+pushed+himself,the+more+disillusioned+he+grew&source=bl&ots=-MAFlSD_0Y&sig=6Lt2t4xbNx4gZelc4NMwKDUFzQk&hl=en&sa=X&ei=v1lxVf-SIJaKuATTi4HYBw&ved=0CCsQ6AEwAw#v=onepage&q=the%20further%5BA%5D%2Ffarther%5BB%5D%20he%20pushed%20himself%2Cthe%20more%20disillusioned%20he%20grew&f=false

Question 2

https://books.google.co.in/books?id=ZZ2qvMHxMgsC&pg=PA155&lpg=PA155&dq=Regrettably%5BA%5D/regretfully%5BB%5D&source=bl&ots=I8KiAKAhRn&sig=xEpQAG_i4PjG1OEg2YTe7HU0oFU&hl=en&sa=X&ei=PlpxVenlFNG9uATgnoLoBQ&ved=0CDYQ6AEwBA#v=onepage&q=Regrettably%5BA%5D%2Fregretfully%5BB%5D&f=false

Question 3

https://books.google.co.in/books?id=G-ut7jAsFqsC&pg=PA10&lpg=PA10&dq=the+prisoner%27s+interment%5BA%5D/internment%5BB%5D+came+to+an+end&source=bl&ots=lCVR6gF3sK&sig=d9nc50ywWbpPW1lzxEr1ajbwCAQ&hl=en&sa=X&ei=c1pxVZHvNov9ugSpj4CYBQ&ved=0CB0Q6AEwAA#v=onepage&q=the%20prisoner's%20interment%5BA%5D%2Finternment%5BB%5D%20came%20to%20an%20end&f=false

Questions 4-6 (Supposedly original)

Questions 7-12

http://cat.jumbotests.com/tests/Online-CAT-2004-Question-Paper-Solutions

Questions 13-14

https://books.google.co.in/books?id=maFyKMC0yV8C&pg=SA3-PA29&lpg=SA3-PA29&dq=some+decisions+will+be+fairly+obvious-%27no+brainers%27&source=bl&ots=o1MoR6ZQsI&sig=oZojQIuUnqyZlqxLbN1HGkMfkUo&hl=en&sa=X&ei=lVZxVbaCII6MuATJxICgCg&ved=0CB0Q6AEwAA#v=onepage&q=some%20decisions%20will%20be%20fairly%20obvious-'no%20brainers'&f=false

Questions 15-19

https://books.google.co.in/books?id=-hr-K31eBP0C&pg=RA1-PA155&lpg=RA1-PA155&dq=for+the+word+a+contextual+sentence+is+given.pick+the+word+from+the+alternatives+given+that+is+most+inappropriate&source=bl&ots=hYtcGFJGKU&sig=ci6KGSgDO0ghPsrr9By8rwx7O4U&hl=en&sa=X&ei=dWpxVefMIIehugTa3pmgBQ&ved=0CCIQ6AEwAQ#v=onepage&q=for%20the%20word%20a%20contextual%20sentence%20is%20given.pick%20the%20word%20from%20the%20alternatives%20given%20that%20is%20most%20inappropriate&f=false

Questions 20-21

https://books.google.co.in/books?id=IDoQpPktS7gC&pg=PA118&lpg=PA118&dq=unreasonableness+is+a+tendency+to+do+socially+permissible&source=bl&ots=uGQI4L4Eza&sig=y1xA7XmtFYv2UrCkydCJ4L-FauU&hl=en&sa=X&ei=k1dxVdyYD8P8ugTz_5GYCg&ved=0CCIQ6AEwAQ#v=onepage&q=unreasonableness%20is%20a%20tendency%20to%20do%20socially%20permissible&f=false

Question 22

http://mindworkzz.in/cat-1998-question-paper-with-solutions.aspx

Question 23

http://gmatclub.com/forum/this-government-has-given-subsidies-to-the-navratnas-but-151318.html

Question 24

http://www.fireup.co.in/blog/cat-verbal-ability-questions-and-answers/

Question 25

http://www.entranzz.com/CAT/Verbal%20Ability%20and%20Logical%20Reasoning/Analogies%20Or%20Reverse%20Analogies/107380.html

Question 26

http://gradestack.com/Gate-Electronics-/-Choose-the-option-which/1-45837-20696-4188-test-wtst

Question 27

https://books.google.co.in/books?id=n2I8BAAAQBAJ&pg=PA273&lpg=PA273&dq=peel:peal+analogies&source=bl&ots=8rtsvTblV5&sig=wd-GTjmXBOyqVCTRXuVUb2BfQdk&hl=en&sa=X&ei=kGtxVb6YL5KJuASMxYDoCg&ved=0CCwQ6AEwAg#v=onepage&q=peel%3Apeal%20analogies&f=false

Questions 28-37

http://cat.wordpandit.com/rc-passage-40/

Question 38 (Supposedly original synonym)

Question 39

https://books.google.co.in/books?id=cpsAUf4q4aMC&pg=PA53&lpg=PA53&dq=SPRY+doubtful+nimble&source=bl&ots=hCyNWsjVXC&sig=j__Xfjuxtsyn8pihxgr6i0XbeaM&hl=en&sa=X&ei=RnNyVanmEsu-uATv-4DYDA&ved=0CCwQ6AEwAw#v=onepage&q=SPRY%20doubtful%20nimble&f=false

Question 40

https://books.google.co.in/books?id=ZUQzCKBKv0wC&pg=SA4-PA29&lpg=SA4-PA29&dq=FUDGE+to+sweeten+smear+irritate&source=bl&ots=0sLkAVM50Y&sig=82WerDgSZe1qcKfTNcAFLq02HMU&hl=en&sa=X&ei=vnZyVbnWN5OgugSkgYOoBg&ved=0CCMQ6AEwAQ#v=onepage&q=FUDGE%20to%20sweeten%20smear%20irritate&f=false

36 out of 40 questions in ENGLISH are exactly copied (along with the exact order of options) from some source or the other.

GENERAL KNOWLEDGE

Question 41 (February)

http://www.gktoday.in/gk-current-affairs-february-22-23-2015/

Question 42 (February)

http://www.gktoday.in/gk-current-affairs-february-22-23-2015/

Question 43 (Static GK)

https://books.google.co.in/books?id=yHt1fd2brZAC&pg=PA255&lpg=PA255&dq=Which+of+the+following+Acts+formally+introduced+the+principle+of+elections+for+the+first+time&source=bl&ots=5ua7jO_YkF&sig=S_zB12mL63kPjZlu-E5-4hSYaSQ&hl=en&sa=X&ei=i7pxVYvtC4eNuATM2YH4CA&ved=0CDIQ6AEwAw#v=onepage&q=Which%20of%20the%20following%20Acts%20formally%20introduced%20the%20principle%20of%20elections%20for%20the%20first%20time&f=false

Question 44 (March)

http://www.currentaffairs4examz.com/2015/03/current-affairs-quiz-30-march-2015.html

Question 45 (March)

http://www.gktoday.in/gk-current-affairs-february-24-25-2015/

Question 46 (Supposedly original Static GK)

Question 47 (March)

https://www.facebook.com/studyiq/posts/1067239676638950

Question 48 (March)

http://www.gktoday.in/gk-current-affairs-march-31-2015/

Question 49 (February)

http://www.gktoday.in/gk-current-affairs-february-22-23-2015/

Question 50 (Supposedly original Static GK)

Question 51 (March)

http://www.gktoday.in/gk-current-affairs-march-31-2015/

Question 52 (February)

http://www.gktoday.in/gk-current-affairs-february-24-25-2015/

Question 53 (February)

http://www.gktoday.in/gk-current-affairs-february-24-25-2015/

Question 54 (March)

http://www.gktoday.in/gk-current-affairs-march-27-28-2015/

Question 55 (Static GK)

Question 38 in http://iasstudycenter.blogspot.in/2012/12/geography-test-1.html

Question 56 (March)

http://www.gktoday.in/gk-current-affairs-march-29-30-2015/

Question 57 (February)

http://www.gktoday.in/gk-current-affairs-february-26-27-2015/

Question 58 (February)

http://www.gktoday.in/gk-current-affairs-february-26-27-2015/

Question 59 (March) (Answer given is Alibaba)

http://www.gktoday.in/gk-current-affairs-march-29-30-2015/

Question 60 (Supposedly original Static GK)

Question 61

Question 27 in http://www.questionpapers.net.in/general_knowledge/questions_and_answers/books_and_authors/books_and_authors_code_GKBA2.html

Question 62 (February)

http://www.gktoday.in/gk-current-affairs-march-1-2-2015/

https://www.facebook.com/knwledgezone/posts/796155353786303

Question 63 (February)

http://www.gktoday.in/gk-current-affairs-february-26-27-2015/

Question 64 (Static GK)

http://hareeshacademy.com/quiz/?id=147

Question 65 (February)

http://www.currentaffairs4examz.com/2015/02/current-affairs-quiz-8-february-2015.html

Question 66 (March)

http://www.gktoday.in/gk-current-affairs-march-27-28-2015/

Question 67 (Supposedly original Static GK)

Question 68 (Supposedly original Static GK)

Question 69 (February)

http://www.gktoday.in/gk-current-affairs-february-26-27-2015/

Question 70 (February)

http://www.gktoday.in/gk-current-affairs-february-28-2015/

Question 71 (Supposedly original Static GK)

Question 72 (February)

http://www.currentaffairs4examz.com/2015/02/current-affairs-quiz-8-february-2015.html

Question 73 (February)

http://www.gktoday.in/gk-current-affairs-february-28-2015/

Question 74 (February)

http://www.gktoday.in/gk-current-affairs-february-28-2015/

Question 75 (Static GK)

http://www.gktoday.in/quiz-239-economic-awareness-for-bank-examinations/

Question 76 (January)

http://www.currentaffairs4examz.com/2015/01/current-affairs-quiz-15-january-2015.html

Question 77 (Supposedly original Current GK of March)

Question 78 (March)

http://www.gktoday.in/gk-current-affairs-march-3-2015/

Question 79 (January)

http://djboom.in/gk-test/papers/set-01/test/exm

Question 80 (February)

http://www.gktoday.in/gk-current-affairs-february-16-17-2015/

Question 81 (February)

http://www.gktoday.in/gk-current-affairs-february-18-19-2015/

Question 82 (March)

http://www.gktoday.in/gk-current-affairs-march-27-28-2015/

Question 83 (March)

http://www.currentaffairs4examz.com/2015/03/current-affairs-quiz-19-march-2015.html

Question 84

http://currentaffairs.nirdeshak.com/20-top-questions-from-union-budget-2014-15-presented-by-arun-jaitley/

Question 85 (February)

http://www.gktoday.in/gk-current-affairs-february-20-21-2015/

Question 86

http://currentaffairs.nirdeshak.com/20-top-questions-from-union-budget-2014-15-presented-by-arun-jaitley/

Question 87 (January)

http://djboom.in/gk-test/papers/set-01/GK_Paper06

Question 88 (March)

http://www.currentaffairs4examz.com/2015/03/current-affairs-quiz-30-march-2015.html

Question 89

http://currentaffairs.nirdeshak.com/20-top-questions-from-union-budget-2014-15-presented-by-arun-jaitley/

Question 90 (March)

http://www.gktoday.in/gk-current-affairs-march-25-26-2015/

43 out of 50 questions in GK are exactly copied (along with the exact order of options) from some source or the other.

27 of these questions are exactly copied from one particular website namely www.gktoday.in

These 27 questions are from only two months i.e. February and March.

The website published 10 questions for every 2 days.

MATHS

Question 91-95

Questions 86-90 in www.eenadupratibha.net/.../sbi.../SBI%20PO%20Model%20Paper3.pdf

Question 96 (Supposedly an Original Question)

Question 97

Question 161 in https://books.google.co.in/books?id=HSwAwcIEuwkC&pg=SA1-PA39&lpg=SA1-PA39&dq=The+simplified+value+of+%5B%7B0.111%293&source=bl&ots=JjX-hktV7v&sig=HhcgC1DbzpI2WxYz8i_bSSnheqo&hl=en&sa=X&ei=atRyVZ2kAc6eugSb24JQ&ved=0CCoQ6AEwBQ#v=onepage&q=The%20simplified%20value%20of%20%5B%7B0.111)3&f=false

Question 98

Question 15 in http://npltech.in/admin/subject.php?topic=Problems%20on%20Numbers&subject=Aptitude

Question 99

https://www.facebook.com/mbaguru/posts/10151488648419209

Question 100

http://gpl4you.com/ask_questions-743-A-man-has-nine-friends-four-boys-and-five-girls-In-how-many-ways-can-he-invite-them-if-there-have

Question 101

Question 15 in http://www.lofoya.com/Aptitude-Questions-And-Answers/Algebra/l2p3.htm

Question 102 (Supposedly and original question)

Question 103

http://www.indiabix.com/aptitude/problems-on-trains/discussion-813

Question 104

http://www.indiabix.com/aptitude/clock/063004

Question 105

https://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20110419202013AAvrFfi

Question 106

http://www.minglebox.com/mba/answer/the-sum-of-all-the-natural-numbers-from-200-to-600-both-inclusive-which-are-neither-divisible-by-8-nor

Question 107

http://gradestack.com/Complete-CAT-Prep/In-a-tournament-there/7-3794-3813-19304-37183-sf

Question 108

Question 14 in https://books.google.co.in/books?id=-hr-K31eBP0C&pg=PA222&lpg=PA222&dq=If+n%5E2+%3D+12345678987654321,+what+is+n?&source=bl&ots=hYtcHFFKJT&sig=lzAXeZnRfsFEm1GPMaZJSyl3RfA&hl=en&sa=X&ei=--JyVe2tGZPauQTmy4GQAg&ved=0CDgQ6AEwBA#v=onepage&q=If%20n%5E2%20%3D%2012345678987654321%2C%20what%20is%20n%3F&f=false

Question 109

Question 18 in https://books.google.co.in/books?id=R3NKyzlTDJQC&pg=PA87&lpg=PA87&dq=along+a+road+lie+an+odd+number+of+stones+placed+at+intervals+of+10+m.+These+stones+have+to+be+assembled+around+the+middle+stone.+A+person+can+carry+only+one+stone+at+a+time.+A+man+carried+out+the+job+starting+with+the+stone+in+the+middle,+carrying+stones+in+succession,+thereby+covering+a+distance+of+4.8+km.+Then,+the+number+of+stones+is&source=bl&ots=c9eTAgzlb6&sig=o6yIYvjaQqCyGS9zEfuA2R9M8u0&hl=en&sa=X&ei=ZOVyVfXSGNCbuQSq_oCADA&ved=0CC8Q6AEwAw#v=onepage&q=along%20a%20road%20lie%20an%20odd%20number%20of%20stones%20placed%20at%20intervals%20of%2010%20m.%20These%20stones%20have%20to%20be%20assembled%20around%20the%20middle%20stone.%20A%20person%20can%20carry%20only%20one%20stone%20at%20a%20time.%20A%20man%20carried%20out%20the%20job%20starting%20with%20the%20stone%20in%20the%20middle%2C%20carrying%20stones%20in%20succession%2C%20thereby%20covering%20a%20distance%20of%204.8%20km.%20Then%2C%20the%20number%20of%20stones%20is&f=false

Question 110

http://rewavepro.com/question-bank/quant/what-are-the-last-two-digits-of-7-2008

18 out of 20 questions in GK are exactly copied (along with the exact order of options) from some source or the other.

LOGICAL REASONING

Question 161-168

http://www.crazyengineers.com/threads/cooltwins-aptitude-center.30306/page-11

Question 169-173

http://courses.mbatious.com/prepproblem/logical-reasoning-0030

Question 174-178

https://books.google.co.in/books?id=mYaiBQAAQBAJ&pg=PA349&lpg=PA349&dq=in+the+following+question,+a+group+of+numerals+is+given+followed+by+four+groups+of+symbols&source=bl&ots=4SIub7dppI&sig=lOpT9a4hbJHUpw-NTcTRGo7EjlI&hl=en&sa=X&ei=Hl9xVYTdIMa1uQSZuoHQCQ&ved=0CCMQ6AEwAg#v=onepage&q=in%20the%20following%20question%2C%20a%20group%20of%20numerals%20is%20given%20followed%20by%20four%20groups%20of%20symbols&f=false

Question 179-181

http://www.pappulal.com/practice-papers/cat/cat-practice-paper-1.html

Question 182

http://www.entranzz.com/CAT/Quantitative%20Ability%20and%20Data%20Interpretation/Arrangements%20And%20Conditions/29211.html

Question 183

https://books.google.co.in/books?id=wtDGMIej7swC&pg=PA120&lpg=PA120&dq=MBAs+are+in+great+demand+CAT&source=bl&ots=gQg-SMpsV1&sig=WSamocpcFcPH1NeAR3kOIuxU3aQ&hl=en&sa=X&ei=E2FxVcq_D5DluQSn5oCgAg&ved=0CCYQ6AEwAg#v=onepage&q=MBAs%20are%20in%20great%20demand%20CAT&f=false

Question no 184

http://www.entranzz.com/CAT/Quantitative%20Ability%20and%20Data%20Interpretation/Arrangements%20And%20Conditions/29202.html

Question 185-186

Question 13 and 15 in http://infomind.in/reasoning/blood-relation

Question no 187-189

https://books.google.co.in/books?id=4Y1vzt5LSPIC&pg=RA1-PA215&lpg=RA1-PA215&dq=can+a+democratic+system+operate+without+an+effective+opposition&source=bl&ots=QEJDn0EYQ0&sig=9oUWiagV7fmh_DqTBQAAAyGPWUo&hl=en&sa=X&ei=-GFxVc6LGIq_uAT_mICYBQ&ved=0CDEQ6AEwAw#v=onepage&q=can%20a%20democratic%20system%20operate%20without%20an%20effective%20opposition&f=false

Question 190-192

http://competension.com/reasoning-ability-coding-decoding/

Question no 193-194

http://infomind.in/reasoning/syllogism

Questions 195-196 (Supposedly an original question)

Question 197

http://www.sawaal.com/aptitude-and-Reasoning/alphabet-test-questions-and-answers.html

Question 198

https://books.google.co.in/books?id=qfMc_A5pRyUC&pg=RA2-PA105&lpg=RA2-PA105&dq=If+Monday+falls+on+1st+of+October,+which+day+will+fall+three+days+after+the+20th+of+that+month?&source=bl&ots=LFgSNE0KUX&sig=f5-yq4_WSrhPTpr22qzZdFlN07Y&hl=en&sa=X&ei=ngtzVargHpaHuAT2yIG4CQ&ved=0CCQQ6AEwAQ#v=onepage&q=If%20Monday%20falls%20on%201st%20of%20October%2C%20which%20day%20will%20fall%20three%20days%20after%20the%2020th%20of%20that%20month%3F&f=false

Question 199

https://books.google.co.in/books?id=ZohiQ_xiIOYC&pg=PP12&lpg=PP12&dq=in+the+word+GRAPHOLOGIST,if+1st+and+7th&source=bl&ots=MGrQAxPnfe&sig=XXyGwZJaRvF1dLj92-rQoKAnh3Q&hl=en&sa=X&ei=eWdxVeLVEM6puwT3_q7wCg&ved=0CB8Q6AEwAA#v=onepage&q=in%20the%20word%20GRAPHOLOGIST%2Cif%201st%20and%207th&f=false

Question 200

http://exam2win.com/logical-reasoning/blood-relation-test/part1/questions-answers-2.jsp

38 out of 40 questions in LOGICAL are exactly copied (along with the exact order of options) from some source or the other.

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