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# Top 100 Aptitude Questions and Answers for Competitive Exams

Vikram Singh3 months ago 100.3K Views

Every student wants to get the latest and important Aptitude questions which are asked frequently in competitive exams like SSC, UPSC, RSMSSB, UPSC, and Bank exams. Certainly, I'm providing you with a set of 100 aptitude questions and answers. Please note that these aptitude questions cover a range of topics commonly found in aptitude tests, such as Average Related Questions, Train Problems, Simplification Problems, Pipes and Cisterns Problems, and more. Keep in mind that the difficulty level of these General Aptitude Questions may vary.

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## Aptitude Quiz

Q :

A person saves 25% of his income. If his income increases by 20% and his saving remains the same, then what will be the increased percentage of his expenditure?

(A) 26, 2/3

(B) 26

(C) 20

(D) 30

Explanation :

Q :

The average passing percentage of girls in the tenth class examination in a school is 85% and that of boys is 83%. The average passing percentage of all the boys and girls of the tenth class of that school is 83.7%. In the tenth class of that school Find the percentage of number of girls.

(A) 30%

(B) 40%

(C) 35%

(D) 45%

Explanation :

Q :

Gaurav earns Rs 1800 per day. After a few weeks, he starts earning Rs 960 per day. By what percent does his daily income increase?

(A) 14%

(B) 18%

(C) 16%

(D) 20%

Explanation :

Q :

When the price of sugar is reduced by 20%, Sudhir gets 6 kg more sugar for Rs. 960. What is the reduced price of sugar per kg?

(A) 36

(B) 35

(C) 40

(D) 32

Explanation :

Q :

A number P is 20% more than another number Q but 10% less than the number R. The number Q is what percent of the number R?

(A) 90

(B) 75

(C) 80

(D) 85

Explanation :

Q :

The income of A is 40% less than the income of B. If the income of A increases by 25% and the income of B increases by 40%, then the percentage increase in the combined income of A and B is ( Calculate up to two decimal places), will be ______.

(A) 37.86

(B) 31.67

(C) 35.19

(D) 34.38

Explanation :

Q :

In a constituency, 55% of the total voters are male and the remaining are female. If 40% of the males are illiterate and 40% of the females are educated, then the number of illiterate females is what percent (to the nearest decimal) of the number of illiterate males. correct up to the place) are more?

(A) 16.4%

(B) 20.8%

(C) 22.7%

(D) 21.5%

Explanation :

Q :

The population of a city increased by 15% in 2018 and 10% in 2019. Due to an epidemic, it decreased by 10% in 2020. Find the percentage increase in the population of the city in 3 years.

(A) 12.5%

(B) 17.5%

(C) 15%

(D) 13.85%

Explanation :

Q :

A dozen notebooks quoted at Rs 125 are available at 20% discount. How many notebooks can be purchased at Rs 75?

(A) 9

(B) 8

(C) 10

(D) 6

Explanation :

Q :

A is 150% of B and B is 40% of C. If A+B+C=20, then find the value of 2B+3C – 4A.

(A) 16

(B) 15

(C) 20

(D) 14

Explanation :