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SNAP 2015 Preparation series. It is a known fact that although there is no specific syllabus for aptitude tests, the concepts and in some cases, even the questions get repeated a lot. Also, the previous year papers are a fair indication of what level of difficulty should one expect and so, avoid over-preparing. To make sure that you know exactly what to expect in SNAP 2015, we will be running a series under SNAP 2015 preparation. In this, we will be featuring actual SNAP questions and solutions segregated section wise for your benefit. There will be 400+ actual questions covered in the SNAP 2015 preparation series. You can browse through the posts here.

1. A band passes around all the wheels so that they can all be turned by the driving wheel. When the driving wheel B turn?

a. Clockwise
b. Cannot move
c. Anti-clockwise
d. Either way

2. In a certain language, (A) ‘Sun shines brightly’ is written as ‘ba lo sul’; (B) ‘Houses are brightly lit’ is written as ‘kado udo ari ba’; and (C) ‘Light comes from sun’ as ‘dapi kup lo nro’. What words will be written for ‘sun’ and ‘brightly’?

a. lo, ba
b. ba, lo
c. sul, lo
d. ba, sul

3. Given are the following three equations

How many circles are equivalent to a square, as per the ratios in the three given equations?

a. 5 circles
b. 4 circles
c. 3 circles
d. 2 circles

4. Each child in a family has at least 4 brothers and 3 sisters. What is the smallest number of children the family might have?

a. 7
b. 8
c. 9
d. 10

5. In the following question, two statements are followed by two conclusions numbered I and II. Assume the two statements to be true even if they are at variance with commonly known facts. Then pick the correct answer from the choices given below.
A. Only conclusion I follows
B. Only conclusion II follows
C. Both conclusions I & II follow
D. Neither conclusion I nor conclusion II follows

Statements: Some doctors are fools. Joshi is a doctor.

Conclusions:
I. Joshi is a fool.
II. Some fools are doctors.

a. A
b. B
c. C
d. D

6. Debu walks towards the east then towards North and turning 45° right walks for a while and lastly turns towards left. In which direction is he walking now?

a. North
b. East
c. South-East
d. North-West

Directions for questions 7 to 9: Answer the following questions based on the information given below.

1. There is a rectangular wooden block of length 4 cm, height 3 cm and breadth 3 cm
2. The two opposite surfaces of 4 cm x 3 cm are painted yellow on the outside.
3. The other two opposite surfaces of 4 cm x 3 cm are painted red on the outside.
4. The remaining two surfaces of 3 cm x 3 cm are painted green on the outside.
5. Now, the block is cut in such a way that cubes of 1 cm x 1 cm x 1 cm are created.

7. How many cubes will have only one color?

a. 10
b. 12
c. 14
d. 18

8. How many cubes will have no color?

a. 1
b. 2
c. 4
d. 8

9. How many cubes will have any two colors?

a. 34
b. 24
c. 16
d. 12

– The cells in this grid contain the digits 1 to 9 in random order.
– Column A contains no odd digits.
– Cell C3 minus Cell C2 equals 4
– The sum of three digits in Row 1 is 17
– Number 7 is in Column B; its left hand neighbour is not 4
– The digits of Column C add up to 14
– 2 is not in the same horizontal row as 8; and 9 is not immediately below 3.

Which cell holds the number 9?

a. B1
b. B3
c. C2
d. C1