There will be five sections in your CLAT exam namely Reasoning, English, Maths, General Knowledge and Legal Awareness. One can get good score if he/she performs well in all these sections. Each section will be of 50 marks. So you need to be fully prepared. Here is CLAT mock test 3 for you. Five options are given after each question. Answers are given at the end.

Directions (Q1-3): Seven friends A, B, C, D, E, F and G applied for three Banks P, Q and R.Out of these at least two have applied for each Bank. There were select one for one Bank; out of these was only one girl. B is Sister of G and both have applied for the same Bank but not for q. An applied for the Bank R only with E who is a girl. F applied for the Bank P but he was not selected. C, who is the wife of D, has been selected.

Q1. Which of the following combination represents girls?

(A) B, C, E

(B) B, C, G

(C) C, E, G

(D) cannot be determined

(E) None of these

Q2. For which bank, three persons applied?

(A) R

(B) P or Q

(C) Q or R

(D) P

(E) None of these

Q3. Which of the following combinations of boys and Bank is correct?

(A) G-Q

(B) C-Q

(C) D-R

(D) E-R

(E) None of these

Directions (4--6): In the following questions sentences are given with blanks to be filled in with an appropriate word(s). Four alternatives are suggested for each question. Choose the correct alternative out of the four.

Q4. The explosion that ________ the bus killed twelve people.

(A) wrecked

(B) deflated

(C) stalled

(D) hindered

(E) None of these

Q5. There was some ________ between the member’s version and the committee’s version.

(A) discourse

(B) discrepancy

(C) certainly

(D) recurrence

(E) None of these

Q6.  We have talked a lot; now let us __________ to work.

(A) get down

(B) set off

(C) take

(D) sit up

(E) None of these

Q7. The Gandhi Sagar dam has been constructed on the boundary of Rajasthan and :

(A) Orissa

(B) Madhya Pradesh

(C) Haryana

(D) Himachal Pradesh

(E) None of these

Q8. Name the river whose water is utilized by Kakrapara project:

(A) Mahanadi

(B) Tunghbhadra

(C) Damodar

(D) Tapti

(E) None of these

Q9. Which state of India is known as land of paradise?

(A) Uttar Pradesh

(B) Jammu and Kashmir

(C) Haryana

(D) Assam

(E) None of these

Q10. A man starts going for morning walk every day. The distance walked by him on the first day was 2 kms. Every day he walks half of the distance walked on the previous day. What can be the maximum total distance walked by him in his life time?

(A) 4 kms.

(B) 120 kms.

(C) 18 kms.

(D) Data inadequate

(E) None of these

Q11. In how many different ways can the letters of the word JUDGE be arranged in such a way that the vowels always come together?

(A) 48

(B) 124

(C) 120

(D) 160

(E) None of these

Q12. Income of two companies A and B are in the ratio of 5:8. Had the income of company ‘A’ been more by Rs. 25 lakh, the ratio of their incomes would have been 5:4 respectively. What is the income of company ‘B’?

(A) Rs. 80 lakhs

(B) Rs.50 lakhs

(C) Rs. 40 lakhs

(D) Rs 60 lakhs

(E) None of these

Q13. Joint heirs to a property are called:

(A) Co-heirs

(B) Coparceners

(C) Successors

(D) Joint owners

(E) None of these

Q14. Indian Parliament is based on the principle of:

(A) Bicameralism

(B) Universal Adult Franchise

(C) Dyarchy

(D) Federalism

(E) None of these

Q15. The act of unlawfully entering into another’s property constitutes:

(A)  Trespass

(B) Restraint

(C) Appropriation

(D) Encroachment

(E) None of these



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