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Staff Selection Commission (SSC) CPO Sample Test Paper
No. of Questions: 50
Central Police Organization

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A train passes two persons walking in the same direction in which the train is going, at the speeds of 2 km/hr and 4 km/hr, in 9 seconds and 10 seconds respectively. Find the length of the train.

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In a critical discussion, a team member consistently uses personal anecdotes rather than data to support their arguments. This is an example of which logical fallacy?

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In sustainable development, how are ‘Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS)’ technologies significant?

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Coding-Decoding: In a particular code language, ‘RAIN’ is written as ‘SJBO’. What is ‘SNOW’ written as in that code?

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Choose the correct passive voice: “Researchers are developing new techniques.”

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If the angles of a triangle are in the ratio 1:2:3, find the smallest angle.

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‘Bhagavad Gita’, a 700-verse Hindu scripture, is part of which Indian epic?

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The price of sugar is increased by 25%. By what percent should a householder reduce consumption to make his expenditure on sugar the same as before?

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The ‘Indian National Army (INA)’ in World War II, which aimed at securing Indian independence from British rule, was led by

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Data Sufficiency: To determine the average speed of a flight, which of the following information is necessary? 1) The distance flown by the flight. 2) The time taken for the journey.

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Identify the correct passive form of: “The artist will unveil a new sculpture at the gallery.”

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A man’s basic salary is ₹5000. He receives a commission which is 20% of his basic salary and a bonus which is 10% of his total salary (basic salary + commission). What is his total salary?

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Identify the correctly spelled word meaning ‘relating to heaven or the sky.’

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In a 100 meter race, A runs at 5 m/s and B at 4 m/s. If A gives B a start of 20 meters, how far from the finishing line will A overtake B?

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The perimeter of a square is 64 meters. Find the length of the diagonal.

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A rectangular park 60 m long and 40 m wide has two roads, each 5 m wide, running in the middle of it, one parallel to the length and the other parallel to the breadth. Find the area covered by the roads.

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A project team evaluates solutions based on cost-effectiveness, efficiency, and innovation. If Solution A ranks high in cost-effectiveness and efficiency but low in innovation, and Solution B ranks high in innovation but low in efficiency, which solution should be prioritized for a balance of all factors?

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How are ‘Waste-to-Energy Technologies’ impacting waste management and energy production?

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The term ‘Byzantine’ most closely means:

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In a team meeting, two members propose conflicting solutions to a problem. What critical thinking strategy should be employed to resolve the conflict?

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Choose the word that correctly completes the sentence: “The study’s findings were ___; they contradicted previous theories.”

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The term ‘Cacophony’ most closely means:

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A sum of money is put into two investments, one at 4% and the other at 5%. If the total annual interest is ₹850 and the total amount invested is ₹20,000, find the amount invested at 5%.

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A man’s basic salary is ₹10,000. He receives a bonus which is 20% of his basic salary and a commission which is 5% of his total salary (basic salary + bonus). What is his total salary?

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In a ΔABC, angle B is 90°, AB = 9 cm, and AC = 15 cm. Find the length of BC.

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‘Operation Blue Star’, a controversial military action in 1984, was aimed at removing Sikh militants from which location?

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A shopkeeper marks his goods 25% above the cost price but allows a discount of 10%. What is his net profit percent?

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Statement and Conclusion: Statement: All birds fly. A sparrow is a bird. Conclusion: A sparrow can fly. Is the conclusion valid?

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The idiom ‘To hit the nail on the head’ means:

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What is the one-word substitute for ‘The belief in or acceptance of something as true without evidence’?

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The Dandi March, a significant event in the Indian independence movement led by Mahatma Gandhi, was primarily against the British monopoly on what?

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Odd One Out: Choose the odd one out: Sunflower, Rose, Tulip, Oak

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Assumption in Argument: “Building more parks will enhance community well-being.” What is the underlying assumption?

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Water flows from a tap at the rate of 2 liters per minute into a cylindrical tank of radius 14 cm and height 40 cm. How long will it take to fill the tank?

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In a triangle, the lengths of two sides are 7 cm and 24 cm. The length of the third side is an integer. What is the largest possible value of the third side?

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Passage for comprehension: “E-commerce has transformed the retail landscape. It allows consumers to shop from anywhere, offering convenience and a wider range of options.” – According to the passage, what does e-commerce offer to consumers?

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A certain amount of money is to be distributed among A, B, and C in the ratio 2:3:5. If B gets ₹3000 more than A, find C’s share.

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A sum of ₹8000 becomes ₹9200 in 3 years at simple interest. What is the rate of interest per annum?

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Identify the sentence with correct subject-verb agreement:

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The ‘Simon Commission’, appointed in 1927 by the British government to report on the political situation in India, was boycotted because it

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The idiom ‘To bite the bullet’ means:

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A sphere and a cube have the same surface area. If the radius of the sphere is 7 cm, find the length of a side of the cube.

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Logical Puzzles: A, B, C, D, and E are standing in a line facing North. B is to the immediate right of E and to the immediate left of D. C is to the right of A. Who is at the far left?

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Assumption in Argument: “Improving internet infrastructure will enhance global communication.” What is the underlying assumption?

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Logical Puzzles: In a car race, Tom finishes before Peter but after Maria. Jack finishes before Maria but after Peter. Who won the race?

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The ‘Ramsar Convention’, an international treaty for wetland conservation, was signed in which Iranian city?

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Select the sentence with the correct use of correlatives:

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Choose the correct passive voice: “The committee will review the applications.”

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Passage for comprehension: “Artificial intelligence in healthcare is revolutionizing patient care. It enables personalized treatment plans and predictive diagnostics, significantly improving patient outcomes.” – According to the passage, what is a benefit of artificial intelligence in healthcare?

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If the perimeter of a semi-circle is 36 cm, find the radius. (π = 3.14)

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