# Facts Inference judgement

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• Q1.Direction: Each question has a set of four sequentially ordered statements. Each statement can be classified as one of the following:
• Facts (F), which deal with the pieces of information that one has heard, seen or read, and which are open to discovery or verification.
• Inferences (I), which are conclusions drawn about unknown, on the basis of the known.
• Judgments (J), which are opinions that imply approval or disapproval of persons, objects, situations and occurrences in the past, the present or the future.
Select the answer option that best describes the set of four statements:

(A) "Hot.Cool.Yours" is one of Russia’s slogans for the Olympic Games.
(B) For the first time since 1991 global average income per head is falling. Even as growth in emerging markets has come to a halt, the rich economies look set to shrink.
(C) Financial markets promised prosperity; instead they have brought hardship.
(D) Does the quirkiness of the slogan have something to do with the vagaries of Russian-English translation? Yes, partially, although it sounds equally awkward in Russian and plenty of Russians were thrown for a loop by its announcement, even if they have since come to embrace it.

• Q2.Direction: Each question has a set of four sequentially ordered statements. Each statement can be classified as one of the following:
• Facts (F), which deal with the pieces of information that one has heard, seen or read, and which are open to discovery or verification.
• Inferences (I), which are conclusions drawn about unknown, on the basis of the known.
• Judgments (J), which are opinions that imply approval or disapproval of persons, objects, situations and occurrences in the past, the present or the future.
Select the answer option that best describes the set of four statements:

(A) We should not get addicted to the flawed belief that corruption in India is caused by the dishonesty of Indians.
(B) The fact is that India is surrounded by red tapism. It takes 89 days to start a small business in India, while in Australia it takes only two days.
(C) This leads to corruption and falsify people's character.
(D) The red tape procedure thus involves contact with officials, which leads to bribery and corruption.

• Q3.Direction: Each question has a set of four sequentially ordered statements. Each statement can be classified as one of the following:
• Facts (F), which deal with the pieces of information that one has heard, seen or read, and which are open to discovery or verification.
• Inferences (I), which are conclusions drawn about unknown, on the basis of the known.
• Judgments (J), which are opinions that imply approval or disapproval of persons, objects, situations and occurrences in the past, the present or the future.
Select the answer option that best describes the set of four statements:

(A) RSS plans to hold a conference of historians in December to discuss how the Hindu women, who enjoyed high respect during the Vedic period, lost it over the centuries.
(B) It believes that the arrival of the foreigners ending with the Mughals and the British spoiled the social system with the result that the condition of the Hindu women became one of the worst.
(C) The Hindu scriptures bear proof that women enjoyed high status in ancient India.
(D) Whatever be the proximate cause of their backwardness today, there is a need to accord greater status to them by giving them greater educational opportunities and a greater say in society.

• Q4.Direction: Each question has a set of four sequentially ordered statements. Each statement can be classified as one of the following:
• Facts (F), which deal with the pieces of information that one has heard, seen or read, and which are open to discovery or verification.
• Inferences (I), which are conclusions drawn about unknown, on the basis of the known.
• Judgments (J), which are opinions that imply approval or disapproval of persons, objects, situations and occurrences in the past, the present or the future.
Select the answer option that best describes the set of four statements:

(A) Although such a move is nothing new, the publicity given to the ban this time, and it being extended from two days to four and eight days, resulted in much disquiet.
(B) Many sellers and consumers of meat are not opposed to a ban on the sale for a day or two; usually the days preceding and following those days would see an increase in sales and compensate for the day of the ban.
(C) But a bar for four consecutive days, and the wide publicity given to it, raised fears that the implementation would be strict and that those who did not conform might face prosecution.
(D) The stated rationale for the prohibition — which does not cover fish and eggs — is to prevent ‘slaughter’ during the period of fasting.

• Q5.Direction: Each question has a set of four sequentially ordered statements. Each statement can be classified as one of the following:
• Facts (F), which deal with the pieces of information that one has heard, seen or read, and which are open to discovery or verification.
• Inferences (I), which are conclusions drawn about unknown, on the basis of the known.
• Judgments (J), which are opinions that imply approval or disapproval of persons, objects, situations and occurrences in the past, the present or the future.
Select the answer option that best describes the set of four statements:

(A) Bitterness is growing within China's armed forces to President Xi Jinping's decision to cut troop numbers by 300,000 and considerable effort will be needed to overcome opposition to the order.
(B) Xi made the unexpected announcement on Sept. 3 at a military parade in Beijing marking 70 years since the end of World War Two in Asia.
(C) The move would reduce by 13 per cent one of the world's biggest militaries, currently 2.3-million strong.
(D) One government official, who meets regularly with senior officers, said some inside the People's Liberation Army (PLA) felt the announcement had been rushed and taken by Xi with little consultation outside the Central Military Commission.

• Q6.Direction: Each question has a set of four sequentially ordered statements. Each statement can be classified as one of the following:
• Facts (F), which deal with the pieces of information that one has heard, seen or read, and which are open to discovery or verification.
• Inferences (I), which are conclusions drawn about unknown, on the basis of the known.
• Judgments (J), which are opinions that imply approval or disapproval of persons, objects, situations and occurrences in the past, the present or the future.
Select the answer option that best describes the set of four statements:

(A) When the PM travels to the US this week to woo businesses there, one of the key facts that the government will be tomtoming about is the surge in foreign direct investment since Narendra Modi took over and how his personal touch has helped.
(B) India received $19.78 billion (Rs 1.3 lakh crore) in FDI in 2014-15 from a dozen major FDI source countries that Modi has visited since taking over in May last year. (C) This accounts for nearly two-thirds of the$30.93 billion FDI the country received in the fiscal year, which was 27 per cent more than the year before.
(D) FDI grew quicker after the launch of the Make in India programme in September 2014 — inflows jumped 48 per cent between October 2014 and April 2015 over the year-earlier period, data from the Department of Industrial Policy and Planning showed.

• Q7.Direction: Each question has a set of four sequentially ordered statements. Each statement can be classified as one of the following:
• Facts (F), which deal with the pieces of information that one has heard, seen or read, and which are open to discovery or verification.
• Inferences (I), which are conclusions drawn about unknown, on the basis of the known.
• Judgments (J), which are opinions that imply approval or disapproval of persons, objects, situations and occurrences in the past, the present or the future.
Select the answer option that best describes the set of four statements:

(A) To accept the argument from autonomy unexamined would vastly increase the social acceptability of suicide, and thereby increase its prevalence.
(B) It would also implicate medical professionals in the business of killing.
(C) An absolute right to die – like so many of the rights claimed by libertarians – would strengthen the position of those strong enough to assert themselves and make life worse for the relatively weak and powerless.
(D) It would bring our dying under Thatcher’s rule, that there is no such thing as society: there are only individual men and women and their families.

• Q8.Direction: Each question has a set of four sequentially ordered statements. Each statement can be classified as one of the following:
• Facts (F), which deal with the pieces of information that one has heard, seen or read, and which are open to discovery or verification.
• Inferences (I), which are conclusions drawn about unknown, on the basis of the known.
• Judgments (J), which are opinions that imply approval or disapproval of persons, objects, situations and occurrences in the past, the present or the future.
Select the answer option that best describes the set of four statements:

(A) The central question about Rob Marris’s bill to allow assisted dying is whether it represents the beginning of a very slippery slope.
(B) By itself, the bill is modest and careful.
(C) It excludes all but the terminally ill, and people with dementia, even if they are terminally ill; it requires medical and legal approval for every case and it does not require doctors to perform an act of deliberate killing by administering the fatal dose.
(D) A very similar law in Oregon has been taken up by only 0.3% of those eligible in the last 18 years.

• Q9.Direction: Each question has a set of four sequentially ordered statements. Each statement can be classified as one of the following:
• Facts (F), which deal with the pieces of information that one has heard, seen or read, and which are open to discovery or verification.
• Inferences (I), which are conclusions drawn about unknown, on the basis of the known.
• Judgments (J), which are opinions that imply approval or disapproval of persons, objects, situations and occurrences in the past, the present or the future.
Select the answer option that best describes the set of four statements:

(A) Previous efforts to improve banking penetration didn’t yield the desired results.
(B) Banks were mandated to open 25 per cent of their total network in rural areas and popularize ‘no-frills’ accounts.
(C) Branches with manpower and infrastructure costs proved expensive.
(D) Regional rural banks may be less expensive, but are slow in adopting technology and have high systematic risks.

(C) Data released on Tuesday showed exports fell 20.7 per cent in August to $21.6 billion from$26.8 billion a year ago.
(D) Imports declined nearly 10 per cent to $33.7 billion leaving a trade gap of$12.4 billion, marginally lower than the previous month's \$12.8 billion.