就攒rp用了，感谢前面发forester那篇文章的战友，希望能对还没测试的同学有帮助，东西是我一遍做题一遍复制黏贴的，有些乱，大家将就着看看吧
Please read all instructions very carefully before you begin.
This is the PAC – Baseline IT Aptitude Assessment.
It is composed of 45 questions divided into 6 sections used to evaluate your fundamental knowledge and skills in Mathematics, IT Reasoning, English (Reading Comprehension and Sentence Structure), Attention to Detail and Logic Diagramming.
You will have 40 minutes to complete this assessment. Please note that once you have completed a question you will NOT be able to return to it in order to make changes.
All questions carry equal points and no points will be deducted for wrong answers.
Assessment Breakdown Section Time Questions Math Reasoning 10 10 Sentence Structure 5 10 IT Reasoning 5 5 Reading Comprehension 7 5 Attention to Detail 5 10 Logic Diagramming 8 5 Assessment Totals 40 Minutes 45 Questions
If you would like to take a break, you may do so at any time and for any length, between sections or assessments. When you do choose to take a break, your progress will be automatically resumed upon your return.
Assessment: Baseline IT Aptitude Section Purpose The purpose of this section is to test your basic Math skills.
Section Instructions This is the Math Reasoning section. It is designed to test your ability to understand and implement mathematical principles within concrete circumstances.
Use the information presented in each question to solve the problem.
You will have 10 minutes to complete the 10 questions in this section.
If you would like to take a break, please do so now. Clicking the button below will start your assessment.
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Math Reasoning The average annual contribution per donor to a charity is $150. At the end of every year, the charity deposits the amount in a bank which offers 10% interest annually. For the first year there are 100 contributors. If the number of contributors rises by 10 every year and the average contribution rises by $20 every year, then what is the amount saved by the charity at the end of 3 years?
$51,620
$65,120
$61,520
$56,120
Question Number 2 A sports dealer bought 200 basketballs at a total price of $700. If 10% were found to be defective, 20% were to be donated to local charities, and 10% were to be sold at a discounted price of $3.00, at what price should the rest be sold if the dealer has to make an overall profit of 20%?
$5.50
$6.50
$6.00
$7.00
The distance between 2 cities is 1600 kilometers (km). Bill drove at 50 km per hour and rested for an hour every four hours. What was his approximate average speed including stoppage time?
45 km/hr
43 km/hr
40 km/hr
41 km/hr
A grocer uses a false weight in order to sell an item at 25% additional profit, but is in turn underpaid by a customer by 20%. What is the net impact of this transaction for the grocer?
5% loss
There is no impact
5% profit
Cannot be determined
Andy is 25% more efficient than Barry who is 20% more efficient than Colin. Barry takes 12 days more than Andy to complete a project if either works alone. If Colin works alone on that project for 36 days and Andy then works alone on it for 16 days, then how many days would Barry working alone take to complete it?
10
16
8
12
(5x+10)/(x+2) = (3x10)/(2x+5), then what is x?
5
5
0
2
2 or 5
The price of an article was first marked down by onethird and then marked up by onethird. If the final price of the article is $400, what was the original price of the article?
$400
$420
$300
$450
The price of an article was first marked down by onethird and then marked up by onethird. If the final price of the article is $400, what was the original price of the article?
$400
$420
$300
$450
What is 134 X 220 in the number system with base 5?
41300
40130
40310
41003
41030
The price of fuel goes up by 20%, so Patty reduces her consumption so that her expenditure on fuel rises by only 8%. By what percentage does she reduce her consumption?
10%
12%
8%
6%
The gross monthly income of two salesmen Alex and Barry are in the ratio 3:4 and their monthly expenditure is in the ratio of 4:5. Find the ratio of their net income (net income = gross income – expenditure) given that Alex’s expenditure is 1/6th of his gross income.
20:25
25:27
20:27
27:20
Sentence Structure Identify the correct sentence structure
Sentence Structure(这个很简单，我就不整了）就类似与下面这种题目，这是我做的第一个 She was glad she had gotten the immunization, as there was recently a(n) _______ at the school.
plague
case
wave
epidemic
IT Reasoning Section Purpose The purpose of this section is to measure your IT Reasoning ability by testing your understanding of abstract Math and Logic concepts.
Section Instructions This is the IT Reasoning section. It is designed to test your understanding of the principles of logic.
You will be presented with a variety of questions that you must solve using principles of logic.
You will have 5 minutes to complete the 5 questions in this section.
If you would like to take a break, please do so now. Clicking the button below will start your assessment X sweets are divided by a father among 4 children, such that each child gets as many sweets as his or her age in years. If the difference in age between each of the children from the next younger or older sibling is 2 years and the youngest child is A years old, which of the following represents how many sweets remained after the distribution?
X124A
X12A
4*(X2A)
X+124A
The speed of a boat in still water is S. The speed of the current is C. Which of the following expressions best represents the total time taken by the boat to cover a distance D between two points named A and B, both ways, i.e. with and against the current?
D/2S
2D/S
D/(S+C) + D/(SC)
(AB)/(S+C) + (BA)/(SC)
The price charged by a tailor per suit is $X. Navy blue suits are charged at 10% extra. The tailor also gives a discount of $Y for each suit in excess of 3 suits, ordered at the same time. If I order 7 suits, 5 of them black and 2 of them navy blue, then what will be the amount of the bill?
7X – 4Y
7.2X – 4Y
7.7X – 4Y
7(X – Y)
There are two bags, the first containing R red marbles and the second containing B blue marbles. From the first bag X marbles are randomly selected and transferred to the second bag, and then from the second bag, Y marbles are randomly selected and transferred to the first bag. After this, the likely number of red marbles in the first bag is:
RX+XY/(B+X)
RX+XY(B+X)
RX+Y
RX+X/(B+X)
The number of people attending a baseball game in a particular stadium is a function of a constant K and is also correlated to certain other factors – positively correlated with whether it is a holiday ‘H’or not, positively correlated with whether the home team ‘T’ is playing or not, and negatively correlated with whether it is raining ‘R’ or not. If H, R and T are fractions between 0 and 1, which of the following expressions could describe the attendance on a given day when it is raining, it is a holiday and the home team is not playing?
K(1T)(1+R)(1+H)
K+T+R+H
K * T * R * H
K(1T)(1R)(1+H)
Reading Comprehension Section Purpose The purpose of this section is to test your ability to comprehend written English prose.
Section Instructions This is the Reading Comprehension section. It is designed to test your ability to understand the English language in written form as well as draw logical conclusions based on the information presented in the passage.
You will be presented with 1 reading passage and 5 questions that refer to the passage. You must answer the questions based on the information included in the passage.
You will have 7 minutes to complete this section.
If you would like to take a break, please do so now. Clicking the button below will start your assessment Based on the passage, a ‘forester’ is: a term referencing animals that live in environments with many trees.
a person whose profession is to manage trees and related natural resources in a given area.
a plan developed to guide the management of a certain piece of land.
a term referring to an area with an unusual abundance of trees and wildlife.
a particular species of trees. （我犯错误了，看见文章就开始做，结果忘了复制问题了，到了最后一个才想起来，我错了，后面注意，哦，对，文章就是那遍forester的，其他人的帖子里有，嘿嘿，我做之前利用休息时间先去bbs里把那遍文章读了4遍，谢谢战友们~~）
Attention to Detail
Section Purpose The purpose of this section is to test your ability to pay attention to detail.
Section Instructions This is the Attention to Detail section. It is designed to test your ability to adhere to detail within a large volume of information.
For the following ten questions you will be presented with one table of information as well as a line of information from that table. Using the table, identify if the line of information presented is correct or not.
You will have 5 minutes to complete the 10 questions in this section.
If you would like to take a break, please do so now. Clicking the button below will start your assessment
Use the table to answer the question below. 这里一个表，前列是人名后面是地址，然后就做类似的与下面的题目，我郁闷，这个也很简单，不过我没做完，最后一个猜的时间都不够
Which of the following is not a correct Customer Address?
937 American Drive, Camden, NJ, 8104
213 Pearl Street, North Highlands, CA, 95659
2558 Park Avenue, Citrus Heights, CA, 95610
4630 Diana Street, City Of Commerce, CA, 90040
Use the table to answer the question below.
The correct address of the customer “Garvey, James” is
973 American Drive, Camden, NJ, 8104
937 American Drive, Candem, NJ, 8104
937 American Drive, Camden, NJ, 8014
937 American Drive, Camden, NJ, 8104
Use the table to answer the question below.
Which of the following is not a correct Customer Address?
4600 Quiet Valley Lane, Woodland Hills, CA, 91303
2722 Byers Lane, Davis, CA, 95616
4306 Polk Street, Tucson, AZ, 85701
4598 Weekley Street, San Antonio, TX, 78829
Logic Diagramming Section Purpose The purpose of this section is to test your skills in understanding flowcharts and logical diagrams that represent algorithms.
Section Instructions This is the Logic Diagramming section. It is designed to test your ability to follow a workflow in a logical manner.
For the following five questions you will be presented with one diagram depicting a workflow. Refer to the diagram in order to answer each of the questions.
You will have 8 minutes to complete the 5 questions in this section.
If you would like to take a break, please do so now. Clicking the button below will start your assessment.
Score by selecting balls from a box with balls of two different colors such that if a particular ball is preceded by an even number of balls of the same color or an odd number of balls of the other color, the score advances by 1 until the SCORE reaches 20. Each ball has the attribute BALLCOLOR and the first color is called FIRSTCOLOR and the second color SECONDCOLOR. Store the number of balls of the first color in NUMFIRST and of the second color in NUMSECOND.
