The test has 26 questions and you will have 60 minutes to do them. At the end of the test (when 60 minutes have elapsed), you will be given a score. Please use SCRAP PAPER and a CALCULATOR for working out answers. Please note that this is quite a demanding test.

Below are 6 rows containing two identical sets of characters, but in one row, one character in the two sets is different. Which row has the difference?

1

jkojaspfskasfk

jkojaspfskasfk

2

iqtgiwegasdio

iqtgiyegasdio

3

qwjedasjasnbm

qwjedasjasnbm

4

wyesdsdlxvc

wyesdsdlxvc

5

jasbhuhoqhwlk

jasbhuhoqhwlk

6

poanksdnuqwb

poanksdnuqwb

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2
3
4
5
6

Question 2

Below are 6 rows containing two identical sets of characters, but in one row, one character in the two sets is different. Which row has the difference?

1

f7y349hwe[nfl';SD,\M

f7y349hwe[nfl';SD,\M

2

CDBI98QEy39o;@:IIP

CDBI98QEy39o;@:IIP

3

\lvnrllrvopee~f.4'wr

\lvnrllrvopee~f.4'wr

4

;sapr){3I4JM\@—mm

;sapr){3I4JM\@—mm

5

dsNvn(Pos\o;I\md;)

dsNvn(Pos\e;I\md;)

6

pUJ304'f.:gWV,[c\;IMq;1

pUJ304'f.:gWV,[c\;IMq;1

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2
3
4
5
6

Question 3

Below are 6 rows containing two identical sets of characters, but in one row, one character in the two sets is different. Which row has the difference?

1

'z;agle5pao5[,zd,pE;"

'z;agle5pao5[,zd,pE;"

2

\kjfo5;gm"va'a'c,'\fz

\kjfo5;gm"va'a'c,'\fz

3

zk;rgkggr'lz#g#[[pr[s5o;

zk;rgkggr'lz#g#[[pr[s5o;

4

[aepv5[.[3.q3#[kca;fh'

[aepv5[.[3.q3#[kca;fh'

5

oaejo[v,5./Av?cva;VS'

oaejo[v,5./Av?cva;VS'

6

ladnl:vdlne,842tybqi\m

ladnl:avdlne;842tybqi\m

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2
3
4
5
6

Question 4

Alan thinks of a number. He squares it, then takes away 5, next multiplies it by 4, takes away 7, divides it by 3 and finally adds 6. His answer is 9.

What number did Alan start with?

1
2
3
4
5
6

Question 5

If the hour hand of a clock is turned anticlockwise from 2 pm to 9 am, through how many degrees will it have turned?

120
135
150
165
180
205

Question 6

What percentage of this shape is blue (to nearest percent)?

60%
63%
66%
69%
72%
75%

Question 7

If ADD = 9, BAD = 7, and CAD = 8.

What is the value of ADA?

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

3
4
5
6
7
8

Question 8

If BAD = 10, DAC = 11, and CGI = 22.

What is the value of OCCAM?

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

35
36
37
39
40
None of these

Question 9

If DATA = 52, CACHE = 40 and BIT = 62.

What is the value of BABBAGE?

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

Flight tickets for an airline are coded as follows: UK flights are coded A, European Destinations B, Asian Destinations C, and the Americas D. If a flight takes place between 10 pm and 6 am the same codes are used but with lower case letters (a, b, c, and d). Male passengers are coded X and female passengers are coded Y. Children are coded by the same letters in lower case (x and y). Meals are coded as follows: European meal G, Asian Meal H, Vegetarian Meal K. Children's meals coded by the same letters in lower case (g, h, k). First Class passengers are coded P, Business Class Q, and economy R.

What would the code be for a flight to Paris at 5am for a vegetarian 8 year old girl traveling economy class?

bYkR
bykr
bykR
BykP
aykR
None of these

Question 12

Three computers were lined up in a row. The Dell (D) was to the left of the Viglen (V) but not necessarily next to it. The blue computer was to the right of the white computer. The black computer was to the left of the Hewlett Packard (HP) PC. The Hewlett Packard was to the left of the Viglen (V).

What was the order of the computers from left to right?

V, HP, D
V, D, HP
HP, D, V
HP, V, D
D, V, HP
D, HP, V

Question 13

Tim was given a large bag of sweets and ate one third of the sweets before stopping as he was feeling sick. The next day he ate one third of the remaining sweets and the following day he ate one third of the remainder, before counting the sweets he had left which totaled eight.

How many sweets was he given in the beginning?

18
21
24
27
30
33

Question 14

In a counting system used by intelligent apes: A banana = 1. 6 is represented by an orange and 2 bananas. An orange is worth half a mango.

What is the value of two mangoes, an orange and a banana?

21
24
27
30
33
36

Question 15

In a counting system used by intelligent apes: A banana = 1. 6 is represented by an orange and 2 bananas. An orange is worth half a mango.

What is the value in fruit, of two mangoes with an orange, divided by an orange with a banana?

A mango
A banana
An orange
2 bananas
3 bananas
An orange & a banana