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Askari Bank Test Pattern

SAMPLE TEST PAPER General Guidelines: 1. This test paper may consist of 100 MCQ’s and an essay. All questions may be attempted. 2. Total time allowed can be between one & half to Two hours 3. The MCQ’s carry 1/4th negative marking for each incorrect answer 4. There are four (4) sections in the paper each consisting of a specific number of MCQs as follows: • • • • Section-I General Knowledge Section-II Analytical/Logical Reasoning Section-III Economics, Accounting & Finance Section Section-IV English

Guidelines for General Knowledge Section-I: 1. In this section, a total of 25 MCQs are included. 2. Areas like current affairs, business, geography, computer, who is who,etc. will be covered. 3. Two sample MCQ’s from this section are as follows: Section – I GENERAL KNOWLEDGE SECTION (Total Marks = 25) 1. Apart from exports, the next highest amount of foreign exchange comes into Pakistan from: a. USAID b. Home Remittances c. Foreign Loans d. Foreign Aids, Grants & Assistance 2. Which of the following is not computer hardware: a. Keyboard b. DOS c. Screen d. Modem Guidelines for Mathematics Section-II: 1. In this section, a total of 25 MCQ’s are included. 2. Areas like Average, Percentage, Ratio Proportion, Time, Speed, Tax, Income,Partnership, Dividend, Algebra, etc. will be covered. 3. Two sample MCQ’s from this section are as follows: Section – II ANALYTICAL/LOGICAL REASONING (Total Marks = 25) 1. A person has deposited Rs.100,000/- in a bank account. If the profit rate per annum is 5%, how much profit he will get after six months:

what is the train’s average speed for the entire trip? a. 3-1/2 hours through suburban areas. Micro and Macro Economics. e. and frequently follow the migrations of their prey animals. 53-2/7 mph c. 2. Rs. The wolf had been tagged and released by the biologists only three miles away from a sheep ranch that provided a large. and its movements did not represent those of the main pack. etc. What is the marginal propensity to consume? a. Areas like world economy. d. 50 mph through suburban areas. Although the wolves in the White River Wilderness Area were under government protection. their numbers had been sharply reduced. 58-4/7 mph e. The area in which the wolves were released was rocky and mountainous.5. Which one of the following. 3. ACCOUNTING & FINANCE (Total Marks = 25) 1. in contrast to the flat. The change in income divided by the change in consumption. c. will be covered. The change in consumption divided by the change in income. stable population of prey animals. b. heavily-wooded area from which they were taken. A train travels at an average speed of 20 mph through urban areas.250 b. and 3 hours through rural areas. Two sample MCQ’s from this section are as follows: Section – III ECONOMICS. The wolf captured and tagged by the biologists had split off from the main pack whose movements the biologists had hoped to study. by illegal hunting. within a few years of their release.Wolves usually range over a wide area in search of prey. but they had been hunted to extinction.Accounting.a. b. Biologists attached a radio transmitter to one of a number of wolves that had been released earlier in the White River Wilderness Area as part of a relocation project. Guidelines for Economics. would by itself most help to explain the behavior of the wolf tagged by the biologists? a. 59-2/7 mph 3. c. and 75 mph through rural areas. Pakistan economy. Finance. a total of 25 MCQ’s are included. Accounting & Finance Section-III: 1.2. Financial Analysis. The biologists were surprised to find that this particular wolf never moved more than five miles away from the location in which it was first tagged. 54-3/7 mph d. If a trip consists of traveling half an hour through urban areas. . The biologists hoped to use this wolf to track the movements of the whole pack.000 2.500 c. 50 mph b. Rs. Percentage change in consumption divided by the percentage change in income. Rs. In this section. if true.500 d. Rs. The White River Wilderness Area had supported a population of wolves in past years.

will be covered 3. Areas like Synonyms. any machine b. sticking together c. a total of 25 MCQs are included. Select an alternative you consider both most correct and most effective according to the requirements of the Standard English. The desktop computer has revolutionized office procedures more than any machine of modern times. None of the above Guidelines for English Section-IV: 1. Profitability of the firm d. 2. Short term Liquidity of the firm b. climbing Part-B: Antonyms / opposite in meaning: 1. chatting b. lined e. Comprehension etc. a. COHESION a. Percentage change in income divided by the percentage change in consumption. has any other machine e. Debt Equity Ratio tells us about: a. 1.d. Grammar. Sentence Correction. obedient c. any other machine d. any other machine has . 2. independence b. shift d. Prepositions. Antonyms. Long term Solvency of the firm c. curious Part-C: Sentence Correction: In each of the following sentences some part is underlined. In this section. Each sentence is followed by five alternative versions of the underlined portion. Two sample MCQs from this section are as follows Section – IV ENGLISH (Total Marks = 25) Part-A: Synonyms / similar in meaning (Select the correct choice): 1. UNRULY a. Punctuation. has any machine c. definite d.

science is perverted to destructive ends. journal d. textbook . it is found that.Part-D: English Comprehension: Read the following passage carefully and answer the MCQ’s given at the end. As stated in our Sunday issue. newspaper c.Science merely reflects the prevailing social forces. when there is peace. is not science. when there is war. …… ] After carefully reading the above given passage. but war. as people have discovered. science is constructive. magazine b. [The greatest enemy of mankind. The passage was most likely published in a a. attempt the following MCQ’s: 1.