Conclusions/Interferences 2 | Hamaraguru

Conclusions/Interferences 2 | Hamaraguru

(Note: For next question each of the five questions has only one distinct answer i.e. no two questions can have the same answer. If you get same answer for more than one question, consider both again and decide which one of the two would more definitely be that answer and same way review others also.)

Passage for questions (11-15):
The first time I saw ‘The Wizard of Oz,’ the story bewitched me. The second time I saw ‘The Wizard of Oz,’ the special effect amazed me. The third time I saw ‘The Wizard of Oz,’ the photography dazzled me. Have you ever seen a movie twice, three times? You notice subtleties and hear sounds you completely missed the first time around.
It’s the same on the phone. Because your business conversations are more consequential than movies, you should listen to them two, maybe three times. Often we have no clear idea of what happened in our phone conversation until we hear it again. You will find shadings more significant than the color of Toto’s collar – and more scarecrows than you imagined who ‘haven’t got a brain!’
How do you listen to your essential business conversation again? Simply legally and ethically tape record them. I call the technique of recording and analyzing your business conversations for subtleties Instant Replay.
11. The movie ‘The Wizard of Oz’ will help improve the business conversation.
12. For most, if they watch a movie more than once, different aspects in a different order, like special effects, photography, story, music, etc. would impress in a better way.
13. The tips are given for understanding the business conversation.
14. The advice is being given to the sales team.
15. The author watches most movies more than twice.

(Note: For next question, each of the five questions has only one distinct answer i.e. no two questions can have the same answer. If you get the same answer for more than one question, consider both again and decide which one of the two would more definitely be that answer and same way review others also.)

Passage for questions (16-20):
Normally, dealings with banks involve a number of documents and other details. But that’s not the case when you wish to shift from BPLR to the base rate system. All the borrower has to do is approach the branch, from which he has taken the loan, and give a written application for the switch. The borrower should mention the details of existing loan therein.
16. All the borrowers are required to shift from BPLR to the base rate system.
17. There may not be a printed application form for applying for this switch.
18. The existing borrowers who wish to switch from BPLR to the base rate system are being addressed.
19. Car and Home loan borrowers are being addressed.
20. Only the very high-value borrowers will mostly apply for this switch.

Answer key:
11. e    
12. d    
13. a    
14. b    
15. c
16. e    
17. d    
18. b    
19. a    
20. c