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Test Questions Part-3 (in Hindi)
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In this lesson Sakshi gives a practice test on Parajumbles.

Sakshi Pahwa is teaching live on Unacademy Plus

Sakshi Pahwa
Qualified IBPS PO, Category Expert at Unacademy, 4 years of Experience in developing content for Competitive Exams, an MBA in Marketing and

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Unacademy user
my another chapter is also completed
1.EABDFC mandatory pairs- EA FC AB BD 2. QPRS 3. ABEDFC mandatory pairs- AB BE ED DF FC
Sakshi Pahwa
a year ago
appreciate the effort :)
Divya joshi
a year ago
thank you ma'am.. I'm trying to improve
1) EDFABC pairs ED DF AB 2) SQPR pairs PR 3) ACBDEF pairs AC CD EF
1-EADFBC PAIRS EA DF BC 2-S1 SRQP S6 3-ADFCEB PAIRS A DFC EB
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1. EFADBC 2. SPRQ 3.ABDEFC
  1. HOW TO ATTEMPT PARAJUMBLES WITH MAXIMUM ACCURACY? BY SAKSHI PAHWA


  2. ABOUT ME MBA in Marketing and Finance Verified Educator, STAR Educator and Category Expert at Unacademy Qualified IBPS PO Follow me on https://unacademy.com/userl sakshi.pahwa248 Doubt/Feedback/Query in the Comments Section Rate, review, recommend the lesson


  3. Now that you know the strategies, here's a test for you! Lets see how you perform!


  4. TEST QUESTION-1 . (A) ET spoke to ad makers working with these telecos on their marketing campaigns across media platforms. There seems to be a consensus that with Jio rolling out its tariffs campaigning wars will only intensify (B) This would pressurise telcos at a time when revenues are falling and margins are thinning, but this is unavoidable, they said. (C) Jio will have to promote its offers to get users to make it the primary SIM. Currently, most of its customers use it as a secondary operator, and for customers to shift loyalty, Jio will have to advertise heavily, experts said (D) jio is expected to raise its spending by 50% on year this fiscal in the firefight to swiftly build on the 100 million user base, especially in the crucial months immediately after it starts to charge for services from April 1. (E) The telecom industry's pricing war is spreading to advertising, as top carriers Bharti Airtel, Vodafone India and ldea Cellular jacked up spending on promoting their latest price points and services to ring-fence users from jumping ship to Reliance Jio Infocomm (F) while the three incumbents have already increased ad spending by 10-15% each since Jio launched services early September, they are expected to further rev up expenses by at least 20% on year each this fiscal through March 2017, heads of advertising and marketing agencies involved in planning telco strategies said


  5. TEST QUESTION-2 S1: Most economists in the United States seem captivated by the spell of the free market P: In fact, price-fixing is normal in all industrialized societies because the industrial system itself provides, as an effortless consequence of its own development, the price-fixing that it requires. OeAa prine thuat is determined by the seliler o, for that matter, established by anyone other than the aggregate of consumers seems pernicious R: Accordingly, it requires a major act of will to think of price-fixing (the determination of prices by the seller) as both "normal" and having a valuable economic function. S: Consequently, nothing seems good or normal that does not accord with the requirements of the free market S6: Modern industrial planning requires and rewards great size. Hence, a comparatively small number of large firms will be competing for the same group of consumers


  6. TEST QUESTION-3 . A. Educating children through experiential learning is the new approach to schooling these days. B. People feel far less reliant on the classroom - plus - teacher model and far more comfortable knowing they simply they have to provide a supportive learning environment. . C. This method also makes the child an independent thinker and an independent decision maker. . D. Unconventional parents opt for this way of educating their children . E. Some parents prefer to take curriculum on the road , other use the world around them as the curriculum. F. These parents believe that a child's education is not confined to one classroom but by experiencing what the text book teaches.