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Diagnostic CAT - 1/2003 Page 1 Instructions 1. DO NOT OPEN THE SEAL OF THIS BOOKLET. WAIT FOR THE SIGNAL TO START. 2. This booklet contains 36 pages including the blank ones. Immediately after opening the booklet, verify that all pages are printed properly. 3. Keep only the Admit Card, pencil eraser and sharpner with you. DO NOT keep with you books, rulers, slide rules, drawing instruments, calculators (including watch calculators), pagers, cellular phones, or any other device. These should be left outside the room. 4. This paper has 185 questions. The total time for the test is 120 minutes. There is sectional time limits. In first 60 minutes you can work only on section 1 & 2 and in second 60 minutes on section 3 & 4. 5. The paper is divided into four sections. Section-I : 50 Questions Section-II : 50 Questions Section-III : 45 Questions Section-IV : 40 Questions 6. Direction for answering the questions are given in the text booklet before each group of questions to which they apply. Read these directions carefully and answer the questions by darkening the appropriate ovals. 7. Wrong answers carry negative marks. There is only one correct answer for each question. 8. Do the rough work on the rough sheets only and NOT on the question paper. 9. Follow the instructions of the invigilator. Candidates found violating the instructions will be disqualified. 10. At the end of the test, remain seated. Do not leave the hall till the invigilator announces, "You may leave now." The invigilator will make the announcement only after collecting the test booklets and answer sheets from everyone in the room. ANY CANDIDATE GIVING/SEEKING/RECEIVING ASSISTANCE OR FOUND COPYING WILL BE IMMEDIATELY DISQUALIFIED. 60 minutes 60 minutes DIAGNOSTIC CAT TES T-1
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Page 2 Diagnostic CAT - 1/2003 Direction for questions 1 to 10: In each of the following questions, four sentences are given between the sentences numbered 1 and 6. You are required to arrange the four sentences so that all six together make a logical paragraph. 1. It doesn't take a highly esteemed medical expert to conclude that women handle pain better than men. A. First the men would give birth, and then take six months to recover. B. As for labour pains, the human species would become extinct if men had to give birth. C. They do, however, make life hell for everyone else with their non-stop complaining about how bad they feel. D. The men in my life, including my husband and my father, would not take a Tylenol for pain even if their lives depends on it. 6. And by the time they finish sharing their excruciating experience with their buddies, all reproduction would come to a halt. a. ABDC b. DCBA c. CDBA d. BACD 2. A few years ago, hostility towards Japanese-Americans was so strong that I thought they were going to reopen the detention camps here in Kolkata.
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