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In this test, certain situation is described and the candidate is required to choose te most suitable reaction to the given situation from amongst the alternatives provided. The test judges the reasoning power of the candidate and his ability to act correctly and promptly to a situation that may arise in emergency.

Select the most appropriate alternative as the answer.:

You are walking down the street and suddenly you see two hundred rupee notes on the pavement. What action will you take?

Option :
A. Pocket it yourself.
B. Leave it where it is.
C. Give the money to a beggar.
D. Deposite it in the nearest police station.

Select the most appropriate alternative as the answer.:

You have made some silly mistakes which have been pointed out to you. You will :

Option :
A. laugh it away.
B. get angry.
C. feel miserable.
D. feel thankful.

Select the most appropriate alternative as the answer.:

You are moving across the road on a scooter when you observe that two boys on a bike snatch a lady's gold chain and ride away. You would :

Option :
A. console the woman.
B. chase the boys to catch hold of them.
C. inform the police about the matter.
D. stand and see what happens next.

Select the most appropriate alternative as the answer.:

On reaching the railway station, you find that the train you wanted to catch is just to start and there is hardly any time for purchasing the ticket. The best thing for you is to :

Option :
A. rush to the train rather than miss it and inform the T.T.I. at the next stoppage about your inability to purchase the ticket.
B. rush to the train and perform your journey quietly.
C. first purchase the ticket and then catch the train if it is there.
D. miss the train rather than take the risk of boarding the moving train.

Select the most appropriate alternative as the answer.:

You are returning home from school. On the way, you find a sealed envelope in a street, fully addressed with unused stamps on it. You would :

Option :
A. leave it there as it was and walk away.
B. remove the stamps and destroy the envelope.
C. open the envelope, find out who has dropped it by mistake, and send it to him if possible.
D. post it at the nearest letter box.