IBP English Past Papers MCQS Test Preparation Books pdf, IBP Analytical Skills Solved MCQS Past Papers
Q. Select the correct antonym (opposite) for the given word.
Q. Select the correct similar meaning word for the given word.
Select the correct meaning of the IDIOM/PHRASES given in question.
7.I don’t mind
A. To not understand something
B. Be ok with something
C. Not to think about anything
D. Know something
8.Ball is in your court
A. Next turn of other player in game
B. It is your turn to make the decision
C. The deal is over
D. Too much demanding
Read the following paragraph and answer questions 9,10 and 11
The United Nations office of Drug Crime Prevention defines money laundering as, the process to
eliminate Criminals who wish to benefit from the ‘proceeds’ of large scale crime, thus hiding their
illegal profits without get themselves caught.
It is the process by which individuals conceal and legitimize the proceeds of illegal activities. The
criminal is trying to wash away any signs of the direct origin of the funds.
In essence, Money Laundering can be described in three classic cases. In the first stage,
‘Placement’, the illegally obtained assets are introduced into the legal financial system to make it
appear ‘Kosher’ with the intention of disguising their original source.
The idea, is to circumvent any ‘suspicion’ regarding the deposit. The funds may be split into
multiple smaller amounts and then moved to various Banks and Financial Institutions – to be
placed as deposits. This process is known as “Smurfing”.
Q9. (PARA 1) The word “Proceeds” means:
A. Move Forward
Q10. (PARA 2) How a money launderer makes the money legitimate?
A. Doing illegal activities
B. Remove trace to origin of funds
C. Move money in secret
D. Bribing and corruption
Q11. (PARA 3) Dividing the sum of money into smaller amount
Q12. Which of the following is the appropriate way to communicate an urgent matter in the
branch to the manager?
D. None of the above
Q13. The general instructions or important notices or guidelines for all employees are
Q14. Persuasive message is used to:
A. Convince someone towards certain actions
B. Discuss new ideas
C. Increase punctuality of employees
D. Record final decisions
Q15. Which writing tone would you use when communicating to your supervisor?
D. Friendly but polite
Q16. Graphics, Slides, Video etc. content falls under:
A. Audio-Visual Communication
B. Written Communication
C. Formal Communication
D. Reporting Communication
Q17. Gestures are a part of:
B. Speaking tone
C. Written communication
D. Body language