Aslamualikum,

I am here going to share some MCQs, its just or preparation. So there are 2 types of test in this Psychometric Test Aptitude and Personality. So first I am going to start with Aptitude Test Samples and then I will go for Personality Test Sample.

**Aptitude Test Sample Test (NUMERICAL)**

**Question # 1**

Two-thirds of Go-Drink’s annual sales of soft drinks in the European market were drinks that included some alcohol. What was the contribution of soft drinks with some alcohol to the annual sales in euros in percentages?

**Answer options**

- 20%
- 10%
- 15%
- 17%
- 12%

**The correct answer is: 20%**

**How to solve this question?**

Soft drink sales represent 30% of annual sales in the European market. If sales of soft drinks with alcohol are two-thirds of the soft drink annual sales in the same market, then their portion, in percentages, is 2/3 X 30% = 20%.

**Question # 2**

**Answer options**

- Factory 1
- Factory 2
- Factory 3
- Factory 4
- Factory 2 & 4

**The correct answer is: Factory 2**

**How to solve this question?**

**Question # 3**

Which factory has the most productive manufacturing employees?

Answer options

- Factory 1
- Factory 2
- Factory 3
- Factory 4
- Factory 1 & 3

The correct answer is: **Factory 1**

How to solve this question?

Employees’ productivity is calculated by measuring how many products each employee manufactures in a year. Using this formula, we can calculate the productivity of employees in factory 1: 943 products / 35 employees = 26.942 products per employee per year. Productivity of employees in factory 2 is 625 products / 42 employees = 14.88 products per employee per year. Productivity of employees in factory 3 is 729 products / 47 employees = 15.51 products per employee per year. Productivity of employees in factory 4 is 1,245 products / 58 employees = 21.46 products per employee per year. Therefore, employees in factory 1 are the most productive.

**Question # 4**

If staff in each factory earn the same amount, then which factory pays the highest wage for an employee?

Answer options

- Factory 1
- Factory 2
- Factory 3
- Factory 4
- Factory 1 & 4

The correct answer is: **Factory 1**

How to solve this question?

To calculate an employee’s wage per factory, we can take the manufacturing wage per factory and divide it by the number of employees in the factory. Hence, the wage per employee in factory 1 is 2.5 million / 35 = 71,428 dollars. The wage per employee in factory 2 is 2.65 million / 42 = 63,095 dollars. The wage per employee in factory 3 is 2.4 million / 47 = 51,063 dollars. The wage per employee in factory 4 is 2.82 million / 58 = 48,620 dollars. This means that factory 1 has the highest earning employees.

**Question # 5**

What is the ratio between the highest and the lowest selling price, assuming that the factories are selling only one product?

Answer options

- 2 : 1
- 7 : 2
- 15 : 8
- 11 : 2
- 13 : 5

The correct answer is: **15 : 8**

How to solve this question?

Selling price per factory is calculated using the annual sales divided by the number of good products sold (faulty products are not sold, hence need to be disregarded when calculating the number of products sold). Therefore, the selling price in factory 1 is 14.432 million / (943 – 41) = 16,000 dollars. The selling price in factory 2 is 18.48 million / (616 – 9) = 30,000 dollars. The selling price in factory 3 is 16.422 million / (714 – 15) = 23,000 dollars. The selling price in factory 4 is 22.94 million / (1245 – 98) = 20,000 dollars. Hence, the highest selling price is 30,000 dollars and the lowest price is 16,000 dollars. The ratio between these prices is 30,000:16,000, or 30:16, or 15:8.

**Question # 6**

If Go-Drink’s annual sales of juice in the European market were 32 million euros, what were the company’s annual sales of energy drinks in the same market?

Answer options

- 266.67 million euros
- 80 million euros
- 120 million euros
- 104 million euros
- 32 million euros

The correct answer is: **120 million euros**

How to solve this question?

Juice sales in the European market represent 12% of total annual sales, which are 32 million euros (as mentioned in the question. This means that 100% of total annual sales in the same market are 32 million X 100 / 12 = 266.667 million euros. Hence, Energy Drink sales, which are 45% of total annual sales, amount to 45% X 266.667 million = 120 million euros.

**Question # 7**

If Go-Drink’s annual sales of juice in the European market were 32 million euros, which represent 20% of its annual sales in the same segment in the Asian market, what were Go-Drink’s annual sales in the Asian market in Japanese yen?

Answer options

- 213.33 million
- 246.16 million
- 226.66 million
- 184 million
- 307.69 million

The correct answer is: **246.16 million**

How to solve this question?

If 32 million euros represent 20% of annual juice sales in the Asian market, then annual juice sales in the same market are five times 32 million euros = 5 X 32 million euros = 160 million euros. Given that annual juice sales in the Asian market represent 52% of total annual sales in this market, then 1% of total annual sales in this market is 160 million euros / 52 = 3.076 million euros. This means that total annual sales in the Asian market (i.e. 100%) are 100 X 3.0769 million euros = 307.69 million euros. To convert it to Japanese yen, we need to use the conversion rate offered in the question: 307.69 million euros = 307.69 X 0.8 Japanese yen = 246.16 million Japanese yen.

**Question # 8**

If Go-Drink’s annual sales of water were 20 million Euros in the European market and 20 million Japanese yen in the Asian market, what is the ratio of annual sales of water in the European market to that in the Asian market in Euros?

Answer options

- 1 : 1
- 2 : 3
- 4 : 5
- 1 : 2
- 3 : 8

The correct answer is: **4 : 5**

How to solve this question?

If selling water generated 20 million Euros of sales in the European market and 20 million Japanese Yen in the Asian market, then to calculate the ratio between these figures we need to convert the Japanese Yen to euros. Using the conversion rate offered in the question, we can learn that 20 million Japanese Yen are 20 million / 0.8 Euros = 25 million Euros. Hence, the ratio between the annual sales of water in the two markets is 20 : 25 or 4 : 5.