MBA Admission Test November 2014 Question Paper (Fully Solved) Conducted by Indian Institute of Foreign Trade (IIFT)

 

Continued from CSR-MBA, January 2016

Directions (Qs. 18 & 19): Read the following sets of four sentences and arrange them in the most logical sequence to form a meaningful and coherent paragraph.

18.

  1. Doubts linger about Facebook’s ability to be a business. Financial markets had also cratered since the Microsoft deal.
  2. Big, as that is, it’s considerably less than the $15 billion valuation that Microsoft and Li Ka-shing accepted in October 2007.
  3. Milner’s confidence that Facebook will eventually be profitable at a gigantic scale is what emboldened him to invest initially at a price that valued die company at $ 10 billion.
  4. But Milner’s enthusiasm is such that not only did he buy stock from Facebook, he will also be spending as much as $300 million more buying stock from employees and outside investors.
  5. I, II, III, IV
  6. I, IV, II, III
  7. Ill, II, I, IV
  8. Ill, IV, II, I

19.

  1. No light, no sound comes in from the world.
  2. My violin misses him more than I do. I tune it, and we enter my soundproof cell.
  3. Electrons along copper, horsehair across acrylic create my only impressions of sense.
  4. I have not played Schubert for more than a month.
  5. I, II, III, IV
  6. II, III, I, IV
  7. Ill, I, IV, II
  8. IV, II, I, III
  9. Which of the following words is spelled correctly ?
  10. Decrepit
  11. Descrepit
  12. Deceript
  13. Decript
  14. Which of the following options has both words spelled correctly ?
  15. Recieve, Deceive
  16. Perceive, Believe

SECTION – 1 (PART-2)

  1. Decieve, Perceive
  2. Receive, Believe

Directions (Qs. 22 & 23): Fill in the

blanks with the most appropriate option.

  1. Kapoor hovered around the

patient in a display of great______ .

  1. Solictitude
  2. Chivalry
  3. Solicitude
  4. Chivalry
  5. Whenever she asked the doctor how long she had left to live, he would dive off into long-winded explanations about the uncertainties inherent in medicine, and eventually tail off as if he had forgotten her original question altogether; it was the worst form of she’d ever come across.
  6. Prevarication
  7. Insinuation
  8. Preambulation
  9. Abrogation

Directions (Qs. 24 & 25): For the underlined part of the given sentence, choose the option that is grammatically correct, effective and reduces ambiguity and redundancy.

  1. Many of the workers currently deployed on the assembly line, hope for the exchanging of their routine jobs for new assignments that are interesting.
  2. for the exchanging of their routine jobs for new assignments that are interesting
  3. for exchanging routine jobs for new assignments that will interest them
  4. to exchange their routine jobs for new assignments that will be new and interesting
  5. to exchange their routine jobs for new and interesting assignments
  6. Saundarya’s Skin Nourishing cream sold 5 lakh packs last quarter, 20% more than their Face Wash did and nearly five times as much as their Anti-Ageing cream sales.
  7. their Face Wash did and nearly five times as much as their Anti-Ageing cream sales
  8. their Face Wash sold and nearly five times as much as Anti-Ageing cream sales
  9. their Face Wash and nearly five times more than their Anti-Ageing cream

 

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