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Keystone Bank Recruitment Test Study Questions And Answers

Keystone Bank Recruitment Test Study Questions And Answers

This book contains aptitude test questions and answers compiled for recruitment exercises of Keystone Bank. It is regularly updated with recent questions as made available by our researchers and is steadily rehearsed to keep to current demands.

Different aspects of psychometric screening are carefully covered to ensure all-round preparation and increase success chances.

This book will be helpful to candidates invited to the aptitude screening test of the bank as it will enable them to prepare accordingly. We also have Banks Interview Questions and Answers that will enable candidates to give expected answers to questions during the bank interview.

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Keystone Bank Questions kit for this test are from these core areas:

  • Verbal Reasoning
  • Numerical Reasoning
  • Critical Reasoning
  • Common Knowledge
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Keystone Bank Recruitment Test Study Questions And Answers

Sample Question 1

1. Approximately what portion of the total number of seats in all buses and trains are empty?
A. 45%
B. 50%
C. 55%
D. 60%
E. 65%

Sample Question 2

2. If CO2 emissions were taxed at $100 a tonne, approximately how much tax would a lone car driver save every month, based on average emission figures, if he switched to Motorcycling (alone) 15kms to work and back, 22days a months?
A. $10
B. $12
C. $14
D. $16
E. $18
3. If a carbon tax of $100 for each tonne of CO2 emitted is instituted in Seatle, what would the tax per passenger be on an Aeroplane trip of 2000km?
A. $7.40
B. $8.00
C. $37.00
D. $74.00
E. $80.00

Sample Question 3

A major concern is that globalization contributes to poverty, inequality and social disintegration by reducing the bargaining power of low-skilled labour and decreasing job security. This is because production of manufactured goods can be moved from one country to another with relative ease, but workers are far more restricted in their ability to cross borders. However, companies working with natural resources - for example, mining, oil and gas and tree plantations - have to make long-term workforce commitments because of the more immobile nature of their business.
4. The relative ease of relocating goods production across countries eases poverty.
A. True
B. False
C. Cannot say

Sample Question 4

5. Jobs are more secure in the natural resource sector.
A. True
B. False
C. Cannot say
6. Jobs are less secure in the natural resource sector
A. True
B. False
C. Cannot say

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