Time allowed is 60 minutes. 40 multiple choice questions.
Use CAPITAL letters (A,B,C,D,E) to answer the questions.
Use black or blue ink in answering questions.
No mark will be deducted for wrong answer.
No calculator is allowed.
You are not allowed to leave the examination room in the first and the last 10 miutes.
Directions for questions 1-20:
Each of these problems has a question and two statements which are labelled (1) and (2). Your task is to decide whether the statements are sufficient to answer the question, assuming that all data given are true.
On your answer sheet you should mark
- if you can get the answer from (1) alone, but not from (2) alone.
- if you can get the answer from (2) alone, but not from (1) alone.
- if you can get the answer from (1) and (2) together, but neither statement by itself is sufficient.
- if statement (1) alone is sufficient and statement (2) alone is sufficient.
- if you cannot get the answer from (1) and (2) together, and need even more data.
Sample Question for Questions 1-20
1. LI and FUNG are among the eight finalists in a hamburger eating competition. Both of them together have eaten xx hamburgers. Who is the winner in the competition?
(1) FUNG eats hamburger faster than LI.
(2) The winner has eaten three more hamburgers than the first runner-up.
(Answer: Neither statement is sufficient to determine who is the winner. Therefore, the correct answer is E.)
Directions for questions 21-40:
Each of these problems has a list of additional pieces of information which you have to assume to be true. You are asked to identify those pieces of information which are needed to solve the problem, and indicate them by choosing either A, B, C, D, or E. You are NOT required to give the answer to the problem, but merely to identify the pieces of information that are needed.
Sample Question for Questions 21-40
2. Ada, Mary, April and Joanna participated in a charity walkathon. The fastest walker returned to the finishing point in 35 minutes. Which TWO pieces of information can tell you who was the fastest walker?
(1) Ada finished the walkathon in 41 minutes.
(2) April finished the walkathon earlier than Mary by 2 minutes.
(3) Mary finished the walkathon later than Joanna by 4 minutes.
(4) Joanna finished the walkathon earlier than Ada by 6 minutes.
(5) Ada finished the walkathon later than April by 4 minutes.
A. (1) and (2)
B. (1) and (4)
C. (2) and (3)
D. (2) and (5)
E. (3) and (4)
(Answer: The winner finished the walkathon in 35 minutes. Statements (1) and (4), when taken together, tell that Joanna can finish in 35 minutes. Therefore, the correct answer is B.)