LIC Assistant Mains Model Paper 2019 – For General English, Quants & Reasoning

LIC Assistant Mains Exam is scheduled on 22nd of Dec 2019 and here we are with the LIC Assistant Mains Model Paper 2019 for the sections of Quantitative Aptitude, Reasoning Ability and General English. We hope that these questions help you practise well for the LIC Assistant Mains Exam 2019.

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LIC Assistant Mains Model Paper 2019

LIC Assistant Mains Model Paper 2019 – Quantitative Aptitude

Q. Find the wrong term in the series?

1. 12  24  62  168  492  1464  4380

2. 9  6  -2  -21  -104  -545  -3300

3. 11  9  14  38  101  221  434

Q. Table given below shows the total items of five different types P, Q, R, S and T produced by two different factories A and B together, % of total items produced by factory A out of total items produced by both the companies together and % of total items sold by factory A out of total items sold by both the factories together. Some of the values in the table are missing.

 Items Total Items Produced % of Items produced by factory A % of items sold by factory A P 450 60% Q 60% 40% R 750 64% S 75% 80% T 800 75%

1. If out of total item type T produced by both the companies together, 52.5% are sold by company A which is 84% of total type T items produced by it, then what is the ratio of type T items produced by company A to that by company B?

a) 1:2 b

b) 3:5

c) 5:3

d) 2:3

e) None of these

2. If out of total type of R items produced by company A, 78.75% are sold, then out of total type R items sold by both the companies together, what % are sold by company B if out of total type R items produced by both the companies together, 84% are sold?

a) 40%

b) 50%

c) 30%

d) 60%

e) None of these

3. Total type Q items produced by company B is 100 less than total type Q items produced by company A. If company B sold 180 type Q items, then what % of total type Q items produced by both the companies together are sold?

a) 70%

b) 75%

c) 60%

d) 72%

Q. Sum of the present ages of A and B is approximately 61.54% of the sum of the present ages of C and D. Present ages of A and B are in the ratio of 2:3. Age of D 5 years ago and half of the present age of C are equal. If B is presently 24 years old, then what is the present age of C?

a) 32 Years

b) 44 Years

c) 40 Years

d) 30 Years

e) 36 Years

Q. Two items A and B marked at 40% and 30% above their respective cost price and then a discount of 20% was given on the marked price of each item. If the ratio of the cost price of item A and B is 3:4 respectively, then what will be the profit % earned on both the items together?

a) 5.89%

b) 11.33%

c) 9.26%

d) 13.15%

e) 7.43%

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LIC Assistant Mains Model Paper 2019 – General English

Q. In the question given below, a sentence is given, divided into four parts A, B, C and D. The error, if any, will be in two phrases/parts of the sentence. The combination of those parts is the answer. If no part in the sentence has an error, then mark ‘No error’ as your answer. Ignore errors of punctuation, if any.

I. With India reluctant to militarising the quadrilateral grouping or to (A)/ expand naval operations in the Western Pacific, (B)/ the power-equation with China (C)/ remains skewed in the favour of the later. (D)

1. BC

2. CD

4. BD

5. No Error

II. Following the Cambridge Analytica scandal, Facebook has been in the forefront (A)/ in creation of various checks and balances (B)/ in cyberspace to create an environment (C)/ for free and fair elections. (D)

2. AB

3. BC

4. CD

5. No Error

III. In a hot contested election, where the level of discourse (A)/ is usually abysmally low, the onus on the poll panel (B)/ to maintain a level-playing field and enforcing (C)/ the election code is quite high. (D)

1. BC

2. AB

3. AC

4. BD

5. No error

IV. China has unveil a prototype magnetic (A)/ levitation train with a designed maximum (B)/ speed of 600 kmph, which its manufacturers say (C)/ could posed a major competition to the airline industry. (D)

1. BC

3. CD

4. AB

5. No error

Q. In the following questions, a word has been given and there are three ways in which the word has been used, in similar or different forms. You need to see which of the sentences has/have correctly used the given word and mark your answer accordingly.

1. Litter

I. A litter of sleeping bags could be found on the floor of the dormitory on any given Sunday.

II. Removing plant litter in spring and fall will help maintain the long life of your pool.

III. About 530 million years ago, an ancient group of molluscs slowly modified their protective shells into buoyancy aids by littering them with gas.

A. Only I and III

B. Only I and II

C. Only I

D. Only III

E. All I, II and III

2. Entrance

I. The Centre has to entrance with States towards an institutional change for the necessary course-shift.

II. The story has entranced audiences for decades, teaching them never to be vain and always whistle while they work.

III. His entrance on to the stage was greeted with a mixture of squealing, screams, shouts and rounds of applause.

A. Only I & II

B.  Oly III

C. Only II & III

D. Only II

E. All I, II & III

Q. In the following question, a sentence is given with certain words marked as A, B, C, D and E. Choose the options with the pair(s) of words that need to interchanged to make the sentence grammatically and contextually correct. If no change is required then mark E as your answer.

I. The key focus (A) of the regulations is to framework (B) and the rationalize the existing regulatory simplify (C) for foreign portfolio investors in terms of easing (D) the operational constraints and compliance (E) requirements.

1. A-E

2. C-D & A-B

3. B-C

4. D-E

5. No correction required

II. The structure (A) of the European Union is difficult to opaque (B) for most people; the complex (C) system that keeps it functioning (D) is incredibly understand (E).

1. A-D

2. B-E

3. C-D

4. B-C & A-B

5. No correction required

Q. In the question given below, two statements and five connectors are given. Only one of the connectors from those can be used to combine the given two statements into one sentence without changing the meaning. Choose the connector as your answer.

I. The authorities appear to have succeeded in this meeting.

II. They received enthusiastic response from the employees.

A. Though

B. Then

C. Exemplified by

D. However

E. Given

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LIC Assistant Mains Model Paper 2019 – Reasoning Ability & Computer Aptitude

Q. Certain number of persons were seated in a straight row facing the north. The information about the exact position of 5 of them is only known.

• Number of persons seated to the left of B was twice as that of the number of persons to the right of C
• E was 2nd to the right of C
• A was seated at a gap of 4 from C
• D was seated 2nd from the left end
• Not more than 14 persons were seated in the row
• B was seated somewhere to the left of C but was not neighbouring him
• A was neighbouring D.

Q. The given questions are based on the five 3-letter words which are as follows:
ARE, OUR, OLD, USE, ALL

I. How many meaningful English words can be formed if we add ‘H’ before each word?
1. One
2. Two
3. Three
4. Four
5. Five

II. If the 1st alphabet of each word (from left) is replaced by ‘F’ then how many meaningful English words will be formed?
ARE, OUR, OLD, USE, ALL
1. None
2. One
3. Two
4. Three
5. Four

Q. Eight boxes were stacked one over another. The boxes were of different colour golden, pink, grey, yellow, black, blue, green and red not necessarily in the same order. Each box was labelled with a different alphabet A, B, C, D, E, G and H not necessarily in the same order.

• There were 3 boxes between the pink and the red box. Pink box was kept above red box
• The box kept just above the pink box was labelled with alphabet B
• The box just below the red box was labelled with alphabet C
• The yellow and black boxes had consecutive alphabets
• Yellow box was kept just above the box that had alphabet E
• There were 4 boxes between the box with alphabet E and the blue box. The box labelled with alphabet, E was above the blue box
• The grey box was labelled with alphabet F
• Grey and red boxes were kept one above another
• Black box was just above the golden box
• Green box was labelled with G. There was one box between the green box and the box with alphabet D.
• Golden box was not labelled with a vowel

Q. Seven professionals P, Q, R, S, T, U and V lived in a building with 7 floors. The floors were numbered 1-7 from bottom to top. Only one person lived on each floor. There were 3 doctors, 2 professors and 2 lawyers among them. The persons whose names were in consecutive alphabetical order did not live on consecutive floors. Thus, Q did not live consecutively with P or R and vice versa.

• S’s floor number was twice as Q’s floor number who was a doctor
• T had the same profession as only one other person who lived on floor 1
• P was a professor and lived just above one of the doctors
• There were 3 floors between V and R. V lived on one of the floors above R
• One of the lawyers lived just above Q
• S and V did not have the same profession.

Q. Seven persons A, B, C, D, E, F and G were from the same family. Each person had a different income. Each person was related to A in some manner viz. mother, father, wife, daughter, father and brother not necessarily in the same order. Each person left for the office at a different time. The sequence below shows the order in which they left for the office. The number in the bracket shows their monthly income.

E(25K) > B(34K) > A(42K) > G(36K) > D(61K) > F(67K) > C(53K)
Thus, E left the earliest, followed by B and so on.

They went to a restaurant where they sat across a counter in a straight row facing the North.
• A’s sister earned less than A but left for the office earlier than G
• E was a male member of the family and was seated 3rd to the right of A’s brother
• The person who left the last was seated 2nd to the right of A’s mother
• G was seated 2nd to the left of a person whose income was more than A’s income but less than F’s income
• A’s wife was to the immediate right of A’s sister
• B was seated 3rd to the left of A’s daughter.
• G was not A’s mother
• A’s brother was not at the corner

Q. A person started his journey from point A. He walked towards north for 10m to reach point B. He took a right turn and walked 8m to reach point C. He again took a right turn and walked 14m to reach point D. He took a left turn from there and walked another 8m to reach point E. He then took a right turn and walked for 3m to reach point F. He took a left turn and walked for 8m to reach point G. He turned left and walked for 7m and stopped at point H.

I. What was the shortest distance between points A and G?
1. 17m
2. 21m
3. 23m
4. 25m
5. 27m

II. What was the direction of point H with respect to point E?
1. East
2. North
3. Northeast
4. Northwest
5. West

III. What is the shortest distance between points A and H?
1. 20m
2. 22m
3. 23m
4. 24m
5. 25m

Q. I. In the final of ICC world cup 2019, Australian bowlers perform poorly.
II. India loses against Australia in the final of ICC world cup 2019.

(1) Statement I is the cause and statement II is its effect
(2) Statement II is the cause and statement I is its effect
(3) Both statements are effects of some common cause
(4) Both statements are independent causes
(5) Both statements are effects of some independent causes

Q. A recent report points to the fact that what stands between girls in village Regari and a good education is the lack of transport to and from the only school in the area. Which of the following can be inferred from the given statement?

1. Everyone living in Regari faces problems in commuting.
2. Discrimination against girls is more evident in Regari than in other villages in India.
3. The report has shown Regari in a poor light.
4. The school in Regari is not at a walking distance from the village.
5. There is also a lack of institute for higher learning in Regari.

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