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GATE 2024 General Aptitude Daily Practice Questions for 14 September 2023: Students must remember that GATE 2024 General Aptitude section cannot be covered overnight it constantly requires practice and more familiarity with topics. Candidates looking to crack the GATE 2024 exam this year must practice daily questions for GATE 2024 we have shared below. It will help you assess your preparation level for the upcoming examination.
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GATE 2024 General Aptitude Daily Practice Questions for 14 September 2023
Test takers can find daily general aptitude practice questions for GATE 2024 here. Solve the given questions and analyse your exam preparation.
Question 1: A train running at the speed of 60 km/hr crosses a pole in 9 seconds. What is the length of the train?(A) 120 metres
(B) 180 metres
(C) 324 metres
(D) 150 metres
Question 2: He did not manage to fix the car himself, so he _______ in the garage.
(A) got it fixed
(B) getting it fixed
(C) gets fixed
(D) got fixed
Question 3: A certain country has 504 universities and 25951 colleges. These are categorised into Grades I, II, and III as shown in the given pie charts. What is the percentage, correct to one decimal place, of higher education institutions (colleges and universities) that fall into Grade III?
Question 4: Which one of the sentence sequences in the given options creates a coherent narrative? (i) I could not bring myself to knock. (ii) There was a murmur of unfamiliar voices coming from the big drawing room and the door was firmly shut. (iii) The passage was dark for a bit, but then it suddenly opened into a bright kitchen. (iv) I decided I would rather wander down the passage.
(A) (iv), (i), (iii), (ii)
(B) (iii), (i), (ii), (iv)
(C) (ii), (i), (iv), (iii)
(D) (i), (iii), (ii), (iv)
Question 5: An opaque pyramid (shown below), with a square base and isosceles faces, is suspended in the path of a parallel beam of light, such that its shadow is cast on a screen-oriented perpendicular to the direction of the light beam. The pyramid can be reoriented in any direction within the light beam. Under these conditions, which one of the shadows P, Q, R, and S is NOT possible?
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